Five-a-side football has grown significantly since launching in the s.
It is similar in concept to the successful 5-a-side football market dominated by Goals Soccer Centres and Powerleagues Football business models. We believe that the ideal locations for Pop up Trys Rugby sites are Premiership and Superleague joint venture locations and we will aim to operate all year round on 3G and 4G Astroturf pitches split into mini pitches of 40x30m each under floodlights and with associated car parking.
Trys does not plan to own buildings or pitches and instead to have a lease to use them and the facilities, but with the branding remaining as Trys.
We propose to build the brand via an operational model that is initially focused on the south west locations mentioned above and based around hiring facilities in the first instance, forming partnerships with both professional and amateur clubs where possible.
As far as we are aware, the initial movement for the organised 5-a-side football matches market started with a focus on school sites, where the school would not have a need of the pitches in the evening.
We believe that it is only recently that Goals and Powerleagues have started to build on leisure sites, but still heavily relying on evening and peak time income at these sites. Trys intends to operate on 3G and 4G pitches at school sites, local authority leisure sites throughout the winter and rugby clubs in the summer months on grass pitches.
We see the business developing into a chain of branded, profitable, pop up rugby centres across the UK, starting with 10 sites primarily in the South West and our unique partnership with Leeds Rugby.
Research indicates that approximatelyadults train and play rugby union or league at least once a week in the UK, and from this we estimate that there is capacity for 50 key sites across the country.
The projections have been based on the Goals model, amended to reflect the rugby market and built up using standard benchmarks for leisure projects. We summarise the key assumptions used in the financial model as follows. Price base is at prices 5. Revenue streams are expected to be geared towards different operations at different times.
We predict that income would come from league formats based on 35 to 45 minute games over 12 weeks between 6pm to 10pm Monday to Thursday, 11am to 7pm weekends and key rugby occasions. We plan to use the funds raised from this investment primarily for: We also plan to use some of the funds for the development of the website, set up costs, Trys launch marketing campaign and working capital.
In summary, this investment is primarily required for:5-a-side Football Could Mean Big Business for Your Pitches. Aug 26, 5-a-side football is a thriving industry and can be a real heartbeat of a local community that is always drumming home the message of keeping an active lifestyle.
4 million people play 5-a-side in the UK each year, with million playing in a regular weekly competition. Sep 28, · Powerleague five-a-side football firm to close 13 sites worldnewsupdate99 Uncategorized September 28, 0 Minutes Powerleague unveils a rescue plan which involves closing pitches and the loss of jobs.
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Just follow these five easy steps on how to run a 5 aside football tournament. 1. Some of our boys have been taking part in an indoor 5-a-side football league, playing against teams from other Derby schools.
Ashton from year 4 scored his 1st goal in the draw with Cherry Tree B.