How Much Money Can I Make?

What is my i9 Sports franchise earning potential?

i9 Sports® franchise owners make money primarily through the registration fees paid by participants to play in our leagues, camps, clinics, and after-school programs. Our franchise owners build market share and a loyal following by offering multiple sports, at multiple locations, four seasons a year.

i9 Sports revenue comes from registration fees, local sponsor advertisements, concessions, merchandise and partnership fees.

Your franchise earning potential is truly dependent on your efforts. An i9 Sports franchise provides all of the tools necessary to make each franchise thrive. Results are largely determined by how aggressively you market, how many sports and venues you offer each season, and the quality of the programs you provide.

The following information is summarized from Item 19 of our Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD).

Average and Median Revenue for Franchise Units Open & Operating 60 or More Months as of December 31, 2017 1

 RevenueAverage RevenueMedian Revenue
Highest Revenue of All Franchise Units in This Group2$1,268,351
Revenue of Top 20% of Franchise Units3$800,608$746,648
Revenue of Top 40% of Franchise Units4$610,223$492,495
Revenue of Top 60% of Franchise Units5$512,203$413,521
Revenue of Top 80% of Franchise Units6$443,236$357,419
Revenue of All Franchise Units in This Group7$381,584$316,318
Lowest Revenue of All Franchise Units in This Group8$79,416


Average and Median Revenue for Franchise Units Open & Operating Between 13 to 24 Months as of December 31, 20179

 RevenueAverage RevenueMedian Revenue
All Franchise Units in This Group10$183,114$180,040

Notes:

  1. There were a total of 85 Franchise Units operating for more than 60 months as of December 31, 2017.
  2. Of the 85 total Franchise Units that were open and operating for more than 60 months as of December 31, 2017, the highest level of revenue achieved by a Franchise Unit in this group was $1,268,351.
  3. There are a total of 17 Franchise Units that comprise the Top 20% of the 85 total Franchise Units described in Chart 1. Of these 17 Franchise Units, 5 (or 29.4%) of the Franchise Units generated higher Revenue than the Average Revenue for the Top 20% of $800,608, and 12 (or 70.6%) of the Franchise Units generated lower Revenue than this average. The Median Revenue for the 17 Franchise Units that comprise the Top 20% of the 85 total Franchise Units described in Chart 1 was $746,648.
  4. There are a total of 34 Franchise Units that comprise the Top 40% of the 85 total Franchise Units described in Chart 1. Of these 34 Franchise Units, 15 (or 44.1%) of the Franchise Units generated higher Revenue than the Average Revenue for the Top 40% of $610,223, and 19 (or 55.9%) of the Franchise Units generated lower Revenue than this average. The Median Revenue for the 34 Franchise Units that comprise the Top 40% of the 85 total Franchise Units described in Chart 1 was $492,495.
  5. There are a total of 51 Franchise Units that comprise the Top 60% of the 85 total Franchise Units described in Chart 1. Of these 51 Franchise Units, 16 (or 31.4%) of the Franchise Units generated higher Revenue than the Average Revenue for the Top 60% of $512,203, and 35 (or 68.6%) of the Franchise Units generated lower Revenue than this average. The Median Revenue for the 51 Franchise Units that comprise the Top 60% of the 85 total Franchise Units described in Chart 1 was $413,521.
  6. There are a total of 68 Franchise Units that comprise the Top 80% of the 85 total Franchise Units described in Chart 1. Of these 68 Franchise Units, 23 (or 33.8%) of the Franchise Units generated higher Revenue than the Average Revenue for the Top 80% of $443,236, and 45 (or 66.2%) of the Franchise Units generated lower Revenue than this average. The Median Revenue for the 68 Franchise Units that comprise the Top 80% of the 85 total Franchise Units described in Chart 1 was $357,419.
  7. Of the 85 total Franchise Units that were open and operating for more than 60 months as of December 31, 2017, 30 (or 35.3%) of the Franchise Units generated higher Revenue than the Average Revenue of $381,584, and 55 (or 64.7%) of the Franchise Units generated lower Revenue than this average. The Median Revenue for the total of 85 Franchise Units described in Chart 1 was $316,318.
  8. Of the 85 total Franchise Units that were open and operating for more than 60 months as of December 31, 2017, the lowest level revenue achieved in this group was $79,416.
  9. There were a total of 13 Franchise Units operating between 13 and 24 months as of December 31, 2017.
  10. Of the 13 total Franchise Units that were open and operating between 13 and 24 months as of December 31, 2017, 6 (or 46.2%) of the Franchise Units generated higher Revenue than the Average Revenue of $183,114, and 7 (or 53.8%) of the Franchise Units generated lower Revenue than this average. The Median Revenue for the total of 13 Franchise Units described in Chart 5 was $180,040.

The tables above are only 2 of the 6 charts in Item 19 of our FDD showing the average player registration revenues, as well as the highest and lowest registration revenues reported by our 119 full-time franchise units. The information presented is for the period from January 1, 2017 through December 31, 2017 (the “Measurement Period”).

Our Item 19 includes 5 Charts which: (i) break down the 119 i9 Sports locations into 5 different groups based on how long the locations were open as of December 31, 2017; and (ii) detail the Average Registration Revenue and the Median Revenue of each group over the Measurement Period. Chart 6 presents the average registration fee charged by these 119 i9 Sports locations during the Measurement Period based on the total registration revenue of and number of player registrations.

For purposes of these two charts, please note that: (i) the term “Revenue” means all sales generated by a Franchise Unit over the Measurement Period; and (ii) the term “Average Revenue” for a particular subset of the Franchise Units in these Charts is calculated by taking the cumulative Revenue of the Franchise Units in that particular subset and dividing that figure by the appropriate number of Franchise Units in that subset.

To review all the tables in Item 19 of our Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD), please contact us to request your full copy. Caution: Because the success of your franchise will depend largely upon your individual abilities, your results are likely to differ from the results summarized above and should not be considered as the actual or probable results that your i9 Sports business will realize. There is no assurance that you will do as well. If you rely upon our figures, you must accept the risk that you may not do as well.

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