Chicagoland Youth Basketball Network Opens Registrations for September 2-Game and 3-Game Tournaments
It brings brilliant opportunities for basketball youth leagues in the region.
Chicagoland Youth Basketball Network, the leading youth basketball organization in the area, is enriching Chicago youth basketball leagues with its facilities and tournaments that offer players a competitive experience. It has announced that registrations are open for its September 2-game and 3-game tournaments.
Youth basketball leagues are extremely competitive, with players keen on showcasing their skills and taking things to the next level. For school teams and organizations, Chicagoland Youth Basketball Network has become the trusted network for training and tournaments. In fact, the organization works with 5,000 teams in the region and helps them save $250,000 every year.
“We have picked up the gauntlet of providing state-of-the-art facilities to teams and players to train and raise their game. Our partner network with several gyms across the region ensures that teams have the opportunity to rent facilities at hugely discounted rates,” said a representative for Chicagoland Youth Basketball Network. The fees can be as low as 25% of the actual costs of renting similar facilities.
It is interesting to note that though the organization is deeply rooted in Illinois high school basketball, it does not invest capital in teams. It is not a tournament broker but ensures players can get a competitive experience through various initiatives. Several tournaments are held throughout the year for boys and girls at different levels, who can greatly benefit from these opportunities and hone their skills.
“Testing your skills with fairly matched teams is a huge learning experience for players. We consistently facilitate that through tournaments, including the upcoming September 2-game and 3-game matches. The registrations are now open, but they might not be for long as there has been a strong interest from teams and organizations. So the time to register and get the exciting matchplay experience is now,” said the representative.
Chicagoland Youth Basketball Network also makes girls’ basketball tournaments possible for young girls to get a competitive experience. They can also test their skills with the highly anticipated September 2-game and 3-game tournaments that have been unveiled. There, school teams and organizations can play with other evenly matched teams on the best facilities in the region.
This exciting opportunity for Illinois high school basketball includes the Fall Tip-Off Classics, 2-game and 3-game shootouts that kick off the month on a high note. The Rising Stars Shootout to be held at Lisle Supreme Courts is another awaited event with strong participation from budding players. The Western Suburban Fall HS League is set on weekends and offers players a close brush with the top competitive environment.
Teams can register for the Chicago Fall Showdown, Get Buckets Shootout, and Rise Classic Shootout, which will be held on weekends as well. A few spots are still open for the 2-game and 3-game tournaments in September.
To learn more about them and register, one can visit https://cybntournaments.com.
About Chicagoland Youth Basketball Network
The Chicago Youth Basketball Network (CYBN) is one of Chicago’s most recognized and active youth basketball organizations. At present, they serve over 5,000 teams, and the number of registrations is growing each year. The organization helps many schools and other organizations save up to $250,000 annually. However, the uptick in the number of teams registering and those that are poised to register will have a positive effect on the sport in general. Although the Chicago Youth Basketball Network isn’t a tournament broker and does not invest capital in any basketball team, they provide the school districts and municipalities the opportunity to rent courts at a discounted price. The CYBN and its growing partner network own several gyms in Chicago. The fees are 25% of what they usually are with the same facilities. That means organizations save money and keep the gyms filled, a win-win for everyone.
Chicagoland Youth Basketball Network
888 S Frontenac St Suite 100 Aurora, Il 60504-3170