About Us

Who We Are

What is Spoonball?

Stephen Spoonhour is one of two sons of Basketball Coach Charlie Spoonhour. The company name “Spoonball” originated from the nickname given to his father’s brand of basketball while coaching at Missouri State (formerly Southwest Missouri State) then followed him to St. Louis University and UNLV. Like his father, Stephen Spoonhour’s knowledge, passion and humor give him the innate ability to relate to clients and making them and their projects top priority.

“It’s my love of the game that keeps me going in this industry, youth and professional sports are a very competitive industry and to be a part of it is challenging and exciting. Whether Spoonball Sports is installing a residential basketball goal in a driveway or in the construction of a major athletic facility; I find great satisfaction in knowing the relationships created from the equipment we install between owners, athletes, coaches and families can last a lifetime”

Spoonball Sports is a Custom Athletic Equipment Dealer specializing In DesignInstallation& Service

of new and existing athletic facilities throughout the Midwest. incrediblyrespecially

Aligning specific athletic equipment manufacturers with certified installation crews allows Spoonball Sports to turnkey athletic facilities, keeping all warranties in place while having one contact to communicate with. Spoonball Sports services Private, Public K-12 Schools, Colleges, Training & Recreation Facilities and Residential Owner’s interior and exterior capital athletic equipment. Spoonball Sports also retrofits existing athletic equipment to keep facilities up-to-date with new technology, products, services, and safety programs.

Facility Safety Management is a major component of Spoonball Sports; we provide athletic facility safety inspections followed up with detailed reports to ensure all capital equipment is operating correctly to keep athletes and spectators safe while giving facility owners peace of mind – Many facilities allow years passing by without giving thought or action to the annual maintenance required to keep everyone safe and equipment operating a peak performance.