Chicagoland Youth Basketball Network is now accepting registrations for its highly anticipated January 2-game and 3-game AAU basketball tournaments. CYBN invites all schools, coaches, players, parents, and their children to register for the most exciting Chicago youth basketball leagues.
The first 2-game shootout is scheduled on January 6, 2024, at the Lisle Plainfield SportsPlex, Supreme Courts, TPS (Willow Springs). The registration fee for the 2-game shootout is $145, while the fee for the 3-game shootout is $195. Different Illinois high school basketball tournaments will be held throughout the month.
Hardwood Classic, Battle at the Rock, Winter Madness, Southwest Classic, Survivor Classic, Nomads Challenge, and the Survivor Classis are some of the AAU basketball tournaments planned for January 2024. For several years now, CYBN has forced the market prices down. The network started tournaments in 2014, and ever since then, its main focus has always been team development. It does everything to ensure teams are playing quality competition at top-notch facilities in Chicagoland. Parents, coaches, and schools can now experience high-quality events at the lowest fees possible.
Over the years, the market prices for participating in three-game tournaments have gone up by $225. Basketball youth leagues are organized by local tournament brokers who have no capital investment in Chicago youth basketball leagues. They primarily rely on school districts and municipalities to rent their court time. CYBN, on the other hand, has partnered with some of the premier facilities in the area. This allows teams to pay entry fees at least 25% lower than those charged by brokers. This not only results in huge savings for participating teams but also allows facilities to earn twice as much due to increased participation, so it’s a win-win.
CYBN has planned different tournaments for boys and girls, each promising excitement in a competitive environment. Players are already practicing and honing their skills with the help of their coaches. The basketball youth leagues will be conducted every Saturday and Sunday at the Supreme Courts Plainfield SportsPlex in Lisle. Players will participate at their respective skill levels to best show their abilities. The coaches and experts are responsible for organizing and overseeing the Illinois high school basketball tournaments.
When asked about the January AAU basketball tournaments, the CYBN representative said, “Chicagoland Youth Basketball Network is a fantastic basketball organization that provides excellent opportunities and facilities for emerging athletes to showcase their skills. Our members have access to the most modern equipment and services.”
The upcoming winter tournaments are suitable for young athletes, both boys and girls, who wish to try their hand at competing in the most challenging matches. CYBN assures that the tournaments they organize will test players at all levels. They will face fairly paired opponents that will encourage them to discover their true potential. The basketball youth leagues will start on January 6, 2024, and end on January 28, 2024. Register now, as the open spots are filling up fast.
To learn more, visit https://cybntournaments.com/Home/Index.
About Chicago 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 5000 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
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