Soccer Shots Named to Entrepreneur’s “Top 100 Franchises for Less Than $50,000” List

Are you as excited for France Fever as we are? With a Soccer Shots franchise, you’ll have an opportunity to share your passion for the sport all year long, while positively impacting your community every day. The momentum behind celebrating the Cup is not slowing down and now is the time to be a part of the excitement.


Additionally, we recently landed a spot on Entrepreneur’s “Top 100 Franchises for Less Than $50,000” list, which ranks the top franchises that can be started for less than $50,000, based on scores they received in Entrepreneur‘s 2019 Franchise 500 ranking. Notably, we were rated number 25 on the prestigious list of winning franchise investments.


“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, we strive to be the best part of a child’s week through best-in-class coaching, communication and curriculum. Once a candidate completes our recruitment process, our Leadership Team will make a decision whether or not to award the franchise. The process can take anywhere from six weeks to eight months, depending on how long it takes to complete the proper due diligence. Once you are awarded the franchise, your business can launch after you attend and complete our Operator Training.


Ready to take your shot at becoming an entrepreneur? Feel free to explore our additional available franchise territories or download our franchisee guide.

Disclaimer: The information on this website is not intended to be an offer of a franchise. Offers and sales of franchises are made only after registration of the franchise offering and delivery of a franchise disclosure document (as applicable) in accordance with federal and state law.