For New Rochelle Sports Training Business And Their Founders, It's Game On

NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y. – A-Game Sports, one of the leading sports training programs for kids and teens in Westchester County, has announced the opening of a 25,000 square foot sports training facility to open later this year in New Rochelle.

Left to right: Kevin Plein, Darin Feldman and former New York Yankee and World Series Champion Shane Spencer.
Left to right: Kevin Plein, Darin Feldman and former New York Yankee and World Series Champion Shane Spencer. Photo Credit: Submitted

The climate controlled building, at 865 Main St., will feature state-of-the-art turfed fields, batting cages, workout tunnels, party and meeting rooms. 

It will be open seven days a week and will offer a plethora of training programs for kids and adults including baseball, soccer, lacrosse and softball as well as strength and conditioning and speed and agility training sessions.

Founders Kevin Plein and Darin Feldman say they also plan to use the facility for special events, corportate retreats, and private and group training sessions.

“We are excited to finally be able to share the news that A-Game Sports has found an official home,” said Plein. “Our goal is to provide exceptional service in an environment designed to help budding athletes, sports enthusiasts and seasoned players improve their game.”

A-Game Sports, which launched in 2014 and currently operates out of a variety of venues across the area including The Greek Church and Barnard Elementary School, will continue to offer clinics and training programs for children and teens led by professional coaches.

The company will also feature special appearances by professional athletes as well as experts in college athletics. 

“A-Game Sports is committed to fostering a positive approach to game play by stressing the importance of teamwork and dedication to the sport, while sharing unparalleled insight from champion athletes and seasoned coaches,” said Feldman.

Plein and Feldman, both New Rochelle residents, left their Wall Street careers to create a business for and about kids who love sports but are in need of proper training and positive reinforcement to take their game to the next level. 

In April 2015, the two formed the Everyone Plays Foundation, a 501c3 organization whose mission is to provide financial support to families pursuing athletic opportunities. 

For more information, visit or call (914) 265-4199.

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