Plan Your Visit

Welcome to Insports!

We’re conveniently located 30 minutes from New Haven and Fairfield, Connecticut; 60 minutes from Hartford, Connecticut; and 90 minutes from New York City. Our daily hours of operation are 7 a.m. – 11 p.m. (hours may vary based on activity) and we’re open nearly every day of the year.

What To Bring:
  • Insports is heated on all playing surfaces so most participants play in short sleeves all year round!
  • A water bottle is always recommended to stay hydrated during activity and we have a water fountain located near the doors to the turf field.
  • Turf shoes or molded cleats are allowed on the field, but please view league specific rules or guidelines set forth by coaches to verify with your program. No metal cleats allowed.

For summer camp, please see your parent packet for more specific information on summer camp what to bring lists.

Getting Here:
  • We recommend arriving no earlier than 15 minutes before your designated start time for camps, clinics, practices, tournaments, etc.
  • Weekends can be busy with tournaments, so please be patient with parking. All overflow parking is available on Trefoil Drive.
  • No standing with your cars in the drop-off circle as this can back up traffic in and out of the facility. Please find a parking space and come into the building to pick up your child or have them meet you in your parking spot.
Spectators and Parents:
  • We have viewing areas with tables, chairs, and bleachers for all of our playing surfaces and all are welcome. Please do your best to carpool with family or friends to help alleviate parking.
  • Our Bar & Grill is generally always open during activity but please know that this is subject to change based on activity and staffing.
  • Spectators are not allowed on the playing surfaces for both player and viewer safety.

Joe DeFilippo

Executive Director of Baseball Operations, Coach

Joe has done it all in his 40+ years in baseball as a player, coach/instructor, scout/ talent evaluator, and umpire.

Following a highly decorated career as a middle infielder, Joe immediately began teaching and coaching young players the game he loves, in Alabama, Texas and Connecticut. In addition, Joe has 20+ years experience as an umpire in youth, high school, and college baseball. He has also been involved in the scouting end of baseball as a talent evaluator at showcases/combines for prospective college and professional players.

Coach Joe has also been involved in coaching youth basketball, and football at both the youth and high school level.

Previously the organization founder & co-owner of the Connecticut RiverDogs, Coach Joe’s teams and players have won innumerable league and tournament championships.


Executive Operations and Player Development, Coach

1st Team All American and Highest decorated player in Sacred Heart University baseball history; Coach Rich was player of the year in 1990 and earned a spot in the Cape Cod league for the Brewster Whitecaps. In high School Coach Rich was decorated with all state honors, All FCIAC, 1 State Championship at THS (1986), and selected to the All Daily News Baseball Team in 1987.  Coach Licursi is the All-Time record holder at SHU in career and season strikeouts, career and season wins, complete games career and season, total innings career and season, and total career appearances.  Coach Rich enjoyed a 5-year professional career with the LA Dodgers and Boston Red Sox organizations as well as independent baseball.  Coach Licursi has been in child development or over 30 years ranging from Director of the Westport/Weston YMCA to Board of Directors for in town sports.  When asking Coach Rich what his biggest accomplishment is, he states that he takes great pride in his students and players he works with, and the response from the community has been amazing.  Coaching now for over 30 years in youth sports ranging from Baseball, Football and Basketball, coach Rich will always be here for the kids and with a focus on personal and team growth.  Previously the organization owner & creator of the CT Dodgers, Coach Rich produced many championship teams over the past 7 years and signed over 30 ballplayers to college opportunities and scholarships.  A master in the art of pitching, Coach Rich is considered one of the best available to work with.

“I’m more than excited to partner with such a great Sports Forum such as InSports of Trumbull.  We have been looking for the perfect platform to build the states best AAU Baseball program, and I feel with this new location we have access to the best ballplayers in the state to do so.  We are great at what we do, and we look forward to meeting so many new players and their families this October during tryouts for our 2022 Spring/Summer teams.