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Soccer Shots Ranked in Entrepreneur Magazine’s “Top Franchises for Less Than $50,000” List

Soccer Shots Ranked in Entrepreneur Magazine’s “Top Franchises for Less Than $50,000” List

Premier Children’s Soccer Franchise Ranked as a Leading Low Cost Franchise

HARRISBURG, Pa. – Soccer Shots, the engaging children’s soccer program best known for its focus on character development, announced today that it has been ranked in Entrepreneur magazine’s “Top Franchises for Less Than $50,000” list. Notably, the brand was rated number 25 on the prestigious list of strategic franchise investments.

Entrepreneur magazine’s franchise industry analysts compile the list based on scores received on the Franchise 500 evaluation, which analyzes more than 150 data points in the categories of costs and fees, size and growth, franchisee support, brand strength and financial strength and stability. Soccer Shot’s rank on the list is a testament to its strength as a franchise opportunity and position as a leading investment in its price segment.

 “We’re proud to be recognized for being one of the leading low cost franchises,” said Justin Bredeman, CEO of Soccer Shots. “Our team works hard to make sure our franchise opportunity is available to those who are passionate about our brand and want to continue building the legacy of Soccer Shots. The goal is always to be able to provide franchisees with the chance to make a difference while making a living.”

Aimed at positively impacting children’s lives, Soccer Shots strives to be the best part of a child’s week through best-in-class coaching, communication and curriculum. Serving children ages two through eight, each franchise emphasizes having the best coaches in their communities, an exceptional customer experience including ongoing communication and an expert-approved curriculum that aligns with early childhood education standards. The weekly programs, customized for three different age groups, teach children soccer fundamentals and character-building skills. Soccer Shots hosts private sessions through local schools and childcare centers as well as public programs, which are typically hosted through park districts.

For entrepreneurially spirited individuals interested in owning a Soccer Shots franchise, the typical franchise fee is $34,500. Plus, Soccer Shots is a proud partner of the VetFran program. Approved candidates receive 15% off of the total franchise fee. Ideal franchisees have a strong passion for making a positive impact on children and a desire to lead their own business. Soccer experience is not necessary to join the franchise, but knowledge and a dedication for the sport is preferred.

To learn more about finding a Soccer Shots class near you, visit: https://www.soccershots.org.

For more information about franchising with Soccer Shots and available franchise opportunities, visit: https://www.soccershotsfranchising.com.

To view Soccer Shots in the full Entrepeneur ranking, visit https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/332364.

About Soccer Shots

Based outside of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, Soccer Shots is an international franchise program that provides children ages two through eight with a developmentally appropriate soccer and character development experience under the guidance of childhood education specialists, professional soccer players and experienced and licensed soccer coaches. The brand’s curriculum-based program is offered in more than 200 territories across nearly 40 states and Canada, serving over 440,000 children each year. Soccer Shots was founded by two professional soccer players who identified a need for quality and engaging soccer programs for children under age eight. To find a Soccer Shots program near you, visit www.soccershots.org.

About Entrepreneur Media Inc.

For 40 years, Entrepreneur Media Inc. has been serving the entrepreneurial community providing comprehensive coverage of business and personal success through original content and events. Entrepreneur magazine, Entrepreneur.com, and publishing imprint Entrepreneur Press provide solutions, information, inspiration and education read by millions of entrepreneurs and small business owners worldwide.

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