Roles of A Franchisee

Take a look at what it takes to be the perfect Soccer Shots franchisee.

There are two types of Soccer Shots owners – Owner/Operators and Executive Owners. Executive Owners typically focus on the vision and long term planning for the business, leaving the day-to-day operations to hired team members. This is a full-time commitment to owning a business.

Successful Soccer Shots franchisees are:

  • Humble, hungry, and smart
  • Multitaskers
  • Leaders/team builders
  • Growth-oriented
  • Interested in making a difference while making a living

Owner/Operators are typically hands-on with the business. They may hire a program coordinator and/or director, and typically hire several coaches. They perform day-to-day duties like:

  • Scheduling (sessions, coaches)
  • Finance (accounting, payroll, budgeting)
  • HR functions
  • Selling
  • Marketing
  • Organizational management
  • Account management


Backgrounds of current franchisees:

  • Entrepreneurs/business owners 
  • Former educators and coaches
  • Sales people/account managers
  • Business executives
  • Those with a passion for impacting children
  • Marketing professionals
  • Stay-at-home parents
  • Administrative professionals


It’s everything that I dreamed of, and my wife tells me I’m a very lucky man that I get to do what I love. We are a huge team working together towards the same goal.

Alex Gallego Franchisee - Long Island, NY

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Disclaimer: This franchise offering is not being offered by us or by anyone acting on our behalf or with our knowledge to residents of (nor is it otherwise specifically directed to any person in, nor will any franchise or business opportunity be located and/or sold in) California, Connecticut, Florida, Hawaii, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, New York, North Dakota, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Washington or Wisconsin, until the offering has been registered and declared effective and an approved disclosure document has been properly delivered to the prospective franchisees.