Starting a Sports Complex Business

Sports complex is a structure where sports activities are being held. If you are thinking of business the starting a sports complex might be the business for you.

Sports complex is a structure where there are always people. It is the place that has people going in at all the different kinds of weather.

Definitely this is a business venture worth trying. You can be sure that people will come and go no matter what the weather is.

How do you Start a Sports Complex Business?

First to consider is the start-up capital. This is one costly business. Do not despair you can stat this business as a partnership or corporation. Create a sound business plan for your sports complex business. You will need this business plan in case you will file for a loan for additional start-up capital to finance your business. If you and your partners in the business do not have any idea in this aspect it is better to get help from a professional. You can input ideas in the business plan making.

When applying for a loan you will need to present to the bank your business plan. This will be their gauge if they will grant you the loan that you are applying for. You may be required to submit collateral depending on the amount of the loan you are applying. More often than not land titles are being used as collaterals.

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There are several options, you can choose between an indoor, outdoor sports complex and water sports complex. An indoor sports complex is as expensive as an outdoor sports complex. In all options, you will need to purchase expensive equipments that need to be maintained. Equipments that is usually prone to theft and damaged. You can use GPS tracking for these equipments. This is a way to ensure the safety of your equipments. Not just equipments this can also be used in vehicles, tractors, lawn mowers, gators, golf carts, jet ski and all other vehicles owned by your sports complex business. With GPS tracking all your vehicles will be tracked of its location at all times.

Other than being a sports complex business you can also add sports gears and apparels on the side. You can also sell autographed souvenir items like bats, balls, caps, pictures, gloves, helmets, jerseys, etc. during sports events. Also, you can advertise that you are open for food carts during special events since people will come over early to be able to get a good seat. This will be added income for your sports complex business.

You will also need to hire employees to help you run your sports complex business, most especially those who will maintain and look after your equipments.

 

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143 Comments

  • Monty Goyal said on June 12, 2010
    I want to set up a sports complex in Punjab near Ludhiana. I want to start up with a fewer sports and other sports will be added with time. I want to know all the details to start with. Please email-me.
  • David Garcia said on June 21, 2010
    My dream is to open a sports complex for our youth in Corpus Christi, Texas. I would like some tips on how to getting started. Thanks, and GOD bless
  • Andre Irving said on July 13, 2010
    I want to set up a sports complex in High Point, Thomasville, or Winston Salem NC area. I want to start up with a fewer sports and other sports will be added with time. I want to know all the tips and details to start with. Please email-me.
  • Jonathan said on December 2, 2010
    Hi, I am looking to start a complex with a partner, i was wondering what suggestions you may provide me to minimize costs and get the best set up going. We are located in Toronto, Canada. There is already indoor soccer where we are. It will be moving out to a dome, where we will then have the indoor which we will set up boards and sport court flooring. Any help would be much appreciated! Thanks, Jonathan
  • Jason said on December 24, 2010
    I want to start a sports complex that will cater to western carolina (asheville, hendersonville,brevard area), and need to get some professional support. I want to be an assist in my community and also help kids that don't have the same opportunities as others. Any help and tips would be a blessing. Thank you and god bless Jason
  • Jillian said on January 9, 2011
    I am looking to start a sports complex in the Charlotte, NC area. We have a league that just merged and includes 2 indoor sports, but the rest of the sports offered are all outdoors in remote areas of the city. My goal is to start a complex where it is a one-stop shop. I'm still cooking up ideas, but it'll be along the lines of including a small bar/restaurant with a fitness area and several of opportunities to play different sports daily. I really need help in understanding how to gather capital for the start-up. Who do you reach out to for investments and such. I read somewhere that one complex went about the structure of being a LLC, C corporation. Right now its just me, myself, and I planning this business. What are you thoughts on doing this as a Sole Proprietor? Thanks for your help, much appreciated!!!
  • Trent Krueger said on January 31, 2011
    I want to open a indoor sports complex in Janesville, Wisconsin, USA. The Population is around 65,000 and 200,000 in the county overall. Janesville is located 45 minutes from madison, wi, 30 minutes from rockford, IL, 1 hour from milwaukee, wi, and 2 hours from chicago, IL. Its also has interstate I-90 which goes through most of these cities and has many other major highways. I'm very motivated and willing to take the risk to be able to offer a great experience to all ages and by this I would like to have multiple sports in this facility and possibly have a fitness center and sports bar to go along with it. I have considered being a sole proprietor, also I was wondering about the financial part as well and if you have any other important information I would love for you to add. Thank for your help, is greatly appreciated! Trent
  • Robert Peck said on February 5, 2011
    It has been a dream of mine and my brothers to start a sports facility in the Tampa, Fl area..we would appreciate some advise on how to get started on this venture. We hoped to start small and expand with success and time...advise of any will help because the questions are endless as this is my first private business venture. Thank you for your time-Rob
  • Barry Bennett said on February 13, 2011
    It has been a dream of my daughter's and mine. to start a sports facility in a small town what is possible for us to size wise and sports wise. she is a college softball pitcher and i am a pitching instructor. all in softball, she also can teach tumble and cheer. Her high school squad just finished 10th in the IHSA STATE Cheer leading competition, and 11th in ICCA State Competition in the last tow weeks. Please help with some Ideas for us to start. She will pitch in college in the fall For Kaskaskia college. WE are from a very small town. So your help would be welcome Thanks Barry and Gabrielle Bennett, Oblong, Illinois 62449
  • dhananjay azad said on April 9, 2011
    what should be initial investment for establishing a sports complex for cricket, tennis and basketball
  • Valencia Smith said on May 31, 2011
    It has been an interest of mine to build an indoor sports complex for youth as well as adults in my town. I live in a that's directly between Dallas, TX and Shreveport, LA. I have children and we travel to these cities quite often for tournaments. I think it would be great for my city to have such a facility which would be a hub between the two major cities. I would like to know how much start up capitol I would need and any business tips to start a non profit org such as this. Thanks!
  • Melissa Price said on June 22, 2011
    I would like to open up an indoor sports complex for adults and children in the San Antonio/ Schertz, TX area. Please send me any helpful info you may have. Thanks
  • Josh Odugbela said on July 25, 2011
    it is a dream of mine to start a sports complex in Providence, Rhode Island. this is my first business venture and i know it can be successful. i've been looking for some answers of where and how to begin. please send me some ideas of how to begin this venture.
  • Derwin Davis said on July 25, 2011
    i dont even know where to start.I have so many question. i know what i want to do, i just need help. I would like to start a indoor sports complex with batting cages, basketball courts and football combine training. The need is great in my county that is in Georgia. please i need to know where to star. Thanks
  • vasilis said on August 11, 2011
    I want to open up a water sports center in a beach in greece where i'm from.I need to know what equipment i will need to buy and about how much money i will need to start it.
  • maps said on September 28, 2011
    WHY DO U WANNA OPEN SPORTS COMPLEX,DO U HAVE STADIUM AROUND YOUR TOWN
  • Kennedy Gyapong said on November 15, 2011
    on my own side, the sport complex is already set up i only want to be brief about the best way to run it, and also tips on running it
  • Chester Castellano said on December 29, 2011
    I would love to open an indoor sports complex here in Charleston, SC. Please send me any helpful info you may have. Thanks!
  • Jim B Smith said on January 8, 2012
    I am interested in partnering with sports professionals in running an indoor sports facility in east Dallas. Do you know of anyone in my area with experience running sports. complexes and perhaps a group of individuals to contact ?
  • Darrell Cohen said on January 9, 2012
    My name Darrell from jacksonville, florida to starting a spot complex seek for investor financial write .a business plan.your mission and goal. dream big dream big or stop and go home sport facility about 40,000square feet to generate money from host sporting eventlike boxing fitness gym indoor track indoor basketball court promote entertainment like concert.the sport fitness is boom.i like to show you a video boxing set up go to youtube boxingset up the big the facility more money you can make .work to attract public. the consumer is the boss we connect with our consumers though experiences balancing heritage and innovation and always in a responsible. boxing promoter health club industry reach out to company that have sponsorship program and that sale a lot of products.
  • Juan M said on March 16, 2012
    I would like to build a soccer complex inside of a warehouse in North Bergen, NJ. Any comments or help would be really appreciated.
  • Theresa Favors said on March 21, 2012
    Some friends and I are interested in opening a Golf Emporium here in Detroit, MI in the Downtown area. Since we have long winters we feel it would be a great idea to offer Golf year round but don't know how to get the money to do it. Can you please help
  • sirajul islam chowdhury said on March 29, 2012
    we want to set up a sports complex in chittagong bangladesh. we can arrange land about 300 acres. we want to start up with a fewer sports and other sports will be added with time. I want to know all the details to start with. Please send me any helpful info you may have. Thanks!
  • Dr. Anil Paliwal said on April 6, 2012
    Kindly send the paper work/ theoretical structure on the proposal for the establishment of a project for the indoor sports complex and oblige
  • Dr. Anil Paliwal said on April 6, 2012
    I do not wish to start a business but I am guiding a student for the Ph.D. work in the field of indoor sports. Udaipur, Rajasthan, India
  • Keenan G said on April 7, 2012
    My dream is to open up a 60,000 square foot indoor sports complex for Basketball and MMA events in Michigan City, IN / The problem is I have no money, how do I get started
  • Christian R said on April 26, 2012
    i have a soccer league with 70 teams and i hate every winter because i have to rent a indoor facility i pay $100 per game. i am tired of doing this every year, any ideas.
  • Robert Peterson said on April 27, 2012
    seeking for investors/partners to buy land for an indoor/outdoor sports complex in chestnutridge, ny 10977
  • Chris said on April 28, 2012
    Hi my name is Chris and I am interested in opening a sports complex in Hartford WI. Batting cages, basketball, flag football, volleyball. You name it. But also interested in workout facility as well. Also virtual golf. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated, thank you.
  • Gail Seraneau said on April 28, 2012
    I am an MBA Candidate in the International Program at Nova Southeastern University in Ft Lauderdale Florida. My class project is to write a Marketing Plan for a start-up business targeted toward a Bottom of the Pyramid (BOP)group. I chose to start up a For-Profit Youth Sports Complex for BOP youths of Bali, Indonesia. Profits, however will be reinvested to support a green sustainable sports mission. There is a thriving tourism market with huge profits that does not trickle down to this BOP segment hidden behind the scenes of the rich tourist towns. These kids bet 7-16 years suffer the effects of extreme poverty & spend their time begging & selling local items to tourists. Any suggestions you can offer on how to market to this group or more accurately, their parents, will be greatly appreciated. Warm regards!
  • Keshia said on May 1, 2012
    Hi! I am very interested in starting up a basketball sports complex in my town in Georgia. I would like some advice on how I can get started with pursuing my dream. Any help or suggestions you can offer will be greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance.
  • Stephanie Hull said on May 10, 2012
    I would love to start an indoor sports complex in charleston, sc. Currently there is nothing around here and I feel the demand is there. No idea how to get stated!!!
  • Helen said on May 13, 2012
    I want to start a indoor and outdoor sport complex for all sports. I live in Mobile Ala were majority of the children are limited to playing in a gym or a field unless are members. I want to provide training campus and knowledge to anyone and every child in the city. Please help!! This can be a start of something in helping children to have confidence and self esteem.
  • Dusty Kidd said on May 14, 2012
    I have grown up playing sports my whole life, it is my dream to build a sports complex and introduce kids to sports of the past and future. I would like to build and indoor facility first the expand and build an outdoor facility. I would like to build my complex in Charlestown WV. It is right in the heart of the Eastern Panhandle and would be open to the tri-state area. I feel like this would be a great place for it however the population is low, however it is projected to rapidly rise over the next 10 years. I also do not know how to get capital cost covered, or everything it takes to get the job done. I am 21 years old and dreaming big, and would love some emails and information as to how i could fulfill these dreams. Please respond asap!!!!!
  • michael cochran said on May 19, 2012
    hey i am Michael Cochran from Troy, Al I was wondering how much it would cost to start up a sport complex in this city.
  • shihasvy said on July 15, 2012
    I want to start indoor stadium with gym . i am living in town area.i would like to know how much cost for this one. I would like some advice on how I can get started with pursuing my dream. Any help or suggestions you can offer will be greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance.
  • Halil vahab said on July 29, 2012
    Hi there, I want to start a indoor air-conditioned football complex in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. I want to know:
    1) what are the expenses to include in the business plan.
    2) what type of companies to contact for the equipments, design, construction, artificial grass, lighting, air-conditioning etc.
    3) what are marketing ways for this type of business
    Eagerly waiting for your valuable reply. Warm regards, Halil Vahab +971 502950595
  • Prabhudeva said on August 12, 2012
    I have a plan to build a sports complex in North Bangalore, located on major road and access to Metro Rail station. The land is family Owned and we need to put up the building to house among Indoor facility: 2 shuttle Badminton Courts, 2 Squash courts, 2 Table Tennis and Gym centre in 5000 sq ft, Wash,Change & Locker room facility and an eatery. Out Door (May be Terrace of building) to house 2 to 3 Tennis Courts. I am looking for consultant for a proper lay out plan for the land and business plan. May I request Dr. Anil Paliwal of Udaipur, who is guiding a student in indoor sports to contact me for this assignment ? Thank you very much for any help in this matter. My email id is: prabhudeva555@hotmail.com
  • Kensley Cunningham said on August 18, 2012
    I want to set up a sports complex in a central point of the Dallas Fort Worth area and I stay in Irving Tx. So please e-mail me on how I should get started.
  • Chris Cromartie said on August 22, 2012
    Riverdale ga. I would love to build a sports complex to train youth, in, the fundamentals sports such, as basketball tennis, And volleyball. How do I get started. Clayton
  • Edward said on August 22, 2012
    Imlay city Mi, I would like to start a sport and rec center up I my town getting ready to have a market survey done. Want to have some more info be for I take this next step I want this to be family friendly business have lots of ideas need to run them over with somebody. Any and all help would be greatly appreciated. My email is CMej75@yahoo.com Thank you
  • Fred said on August 27, 2012
    Philadelphia pa I would love to open a indoor sports complex for inner city youth and elite prep players and so on. would love any advice fhanes1111@gmail.com
  • nawa said on September 19, 2012
    business plan for starting up a sport field at a local school in whindhoek namibia
  • Blake Dillard said on September 26, 2012
    I see Your excitement in creating a sports complex. I own a sports organization anyone that may be interested in owning their own franchise sports team. You may have a opportunity to own your a muli-million dollar franchise. For more details. Email. Director of Staff .. Blakedillard108@hotmail.com
  • Johnathan Colton said on October 1, 2012
    I am wanting to open an adult and youth complex that houses a food area for the fields and a sports bar on the other side. The building is 77,760 sq ft with 5.884 acres of land. It is fully air-conditioned including 3 dock doors to bring in equipment and supplies would make bar housed on dock doors side. Also has one drive in door that should be field side to bring in turf or dirt if cheaper to do infield. Sports side will have snack bar and take orders from sports bar area. I would like to have at least three full side fields with dimensions of 200 in corners and 220 to center. Want suggestions on planning field set up because front entrance is located toward middle of building. Thinking about bar having stage or area for live music. Asking price for building has gone down from 1,250,000 to 795,000. Looking to pay around 500,000 for building. Can you assist in designing field lay out using 40,000 to 45,000 sq ft. Location is 5035 NE Hubbell Road Des Moines, IA 50317
  • Johnathan Colton said on October 1, 2012
    Sorry to add to this the facility is less than a mile from city outdoor complex and about a mile in a half from little league complex. This is a softball and basball area. High School teams in this area have won state championship 2 out of past three years and was runner up the last time. City complex has fall high school games but only 5 weeks and also spring ball before regular season.
  • Richard Warren said on October 24, 2012
    I am located in Tacoma, Washington where it rains a lot. But what I want info on is a sport complex that would do a couple of things. I am in a adult football league. We are a non-profit team in a nonprofit league. But I always dream of owning my own Business. My idea is to build a complex that is geared toward football. To be able to have a place for the youth to be able to train and lift weights and have camps for the youth in our area in the summer time and off season. At the same time be able to rent out to the youth leagues that are around here. But for me to own my own adult team it cost nearly $17,000 to run a team for one season. Most of that goes to renting the high school fields, That cost me over $1,200 for one game(10 games plus playoffs). I said to my partner we need to look into getting our own field. Can you give me some ideas to get this going? Because I can use that money to pay for my own field?
  • Garret Conner said on October 25, 2012
    Garret Conner, Roseburg, Oregon. The city of Roseburg has a wide variety of sports for youth and adults. To name a few, youth t-ball on up to leagion. There is a Cal Ripkin jr, sport for the youth. There is the AAA Legion Doc's baseball here. Soft ball YMCA. High school football and lacross. Sports like football, Lacross, soccer can practice in the rain. The main issue is the community has many youth and teenage kids and young adults That need a dry facility. Roseburg Oregon gets an average of 30.7 inches of rain a year. Not only would an indoor facility support the youth,it would be a safe haven for serious athletes to practice year around sports like baseball, softball, football, lacross. The facility would not be limited to just Roseburg residents, it would be a great facility for surrounding high schools and jr. highs also from neighboring towns and cities. I played high school division 1 baseball and football in California and I was able to practice baseball year around. Here, many kids and young adults never see the potential that they really possess, because they constantly have rained out games. They are also limited to the repetitions need to acquire solid skills. Please give me some ideas of how create enough of an issue to create my dream for the city to have a indoor facility with batting cages, pitching stations indoor arena with a turf baseball diamond and a softball turf diamond. Fifty yard football and lacross field with goal posts and goals. Pro shop, nutrition stand, and film media rooms to review game films. I see many diamonds in the rough that just need a place to practice. I understand that there would be substantial capital that would needed to furnish a complex like the one I listed above. A corporation would probably be the best bet. I was also thinking of contacting grant writers and city official to get something started. Help me see the black and white of how a project like this would be feasible. Thank you, Garret Conner
  • Jose Alfaro said on October 25, 2012
    Hi, my older brother and I have been thinking about opening our own soccer complex in Caldwell, Idaho. We used to have an indoor soccer place but they closed it. We want to cater to the youth in our town and help reduce the number of youths that get in trouble. We were wondering if this could be ran as a non profit so we could help reduce the price of playing for those who can't afford it. Any help or ideas would be greatly appreciated.
  • Cole Ramey said on November 13, 2012
    How much money does an average indoor soccer complex make a year?
  • Brandon Moore said on November 15, 2012
    I am a senior in high school inspiring to run my own football facility, kind of like Attack Athletics is in Chicago. I want my business in the louisville area, because that's the big city, and I know I'll attract more attention there. Could you tell me what fields I need to be studying in college? Most people my age have the dream of going pro, my dream is to help others have the chance to get there. So if you could help me out and give me some ideas, I would appreciate it. thank you
  • K Parthasaradhi Rao said on November 20, 2012
    I have a plan to build a sports complex with Indoor facility: 2 shuttle Badminton Courts, in Hubli. How much land is required. What is the cost factor? Kindly help me in this regard with details.
  • DJ said on November 20, 2012
    I want to open an sport indoor for both Adults and Youths I have at least $12,000 but with bad credit how can I able to get the dream I want to build a sport facilities. please tell me how much and how can I start or who can I turn to carry me there and make this happen in Jacksonville, FL? Please help!
  • Russell said on November 26, 2012
    I am located at Killeen, Texas. I would like to open a sport facility where the kids can practice and train for their specific sport. It will give them the opportunity to keep up with the other athletes who are able to do this. i have been working with kids for ten plus years. My dream is to help develop the you on and of the playing field. Please Help!!!!!
  • Bryce Corbridge said on December 10, 2012
    Hi, I am looking at starting up an indoor tennis facility in Ridgecrest, CA. I have plans for what I would like for the facility but i'm not sure how to get started. Please help!
  • tony smith said on December 13, 2012
    Louisville KY. My name is Tony Smith. I am looking to start an indoor soccer facility in my area, as I have seen the need for it growing rapidly over the last few years. There are currently two facilities within 60 miles that everyone I know, and everyone my two children play soccer with and for in our community utilize. There is a demand and need for this type of arena in our community and I would like to bring it to the masses. I was hoping I could get some start up ideas and costs from you as I’m not really sure where to begin to look for financing for this type of project or the type of insurance required. If you could and would like to help in this matter, please do or maybe point me in the right direction as to where I can find these answers.
  • Susan Jones said on December 22, 2012
    I want to buy an existing tennis club and I want to add indoor facilities and to also upgrade the exiting club house to include a tennis specific workout facility and clothing store. Need assistance to trying to find investors and loan information.
  • Amit Gupta beginner adviser said on December 24, 2012
    Hi Susan, Where are you from ? How much money you need ? I am sports consultant from India. You can contact me on: corp@sportsfactory.co.in

    corp@sportsfactory.co.in || Sports Business Consultant

  • Amit Gupta beginner adviser said on December 24, 2012

    @Monty Goyal, Hi Monty, I am sports consultant from New Delhi India, who can i help you in your project.

    corp@sportsfactory.co.in || Sports Business Consultant

  • prakash said on January 3, 2013
    Hi...I am looking to open a sports facilities complex in Tamil nadu...I need a proper guidance and loan formalities...I am not planning bigger...I would start a small Sports complex...
  • suhaschegu said on January 3, 2013
    Hi This is suhas chegu from south Bangalore, India. Is planning for a indoor badminton court in our own premises, pls guide me what is the cost involved in this case. regards, suhas chegu, mob:9880666916
  • Owen Nwafor said on January 21, 2013
    Hello, we are currently processing a 3 hectare land for an outdoor sports complex, we will construct basketball, volleyball, badmington, lawn tennis courts, we also will have table tennis and snooker courts, with gym and massage halls with food and beverage section. We are however looking at starting construction february 2013 to end construction by may or june 2013. We are looking for foreign partners in the technical sections to provide us with well experienced coach and certificates. We have mapped out programs and competitions for the centre. The complex will be in the FCT Abuja, Nigeria. Western Africa. Quick response will be highly appreciated.
  • Muhammed Thayyib said on January 22, 2013
    I am planning to start sports facility involving badminton table tennis and gym. would like to know the details and formalities..the location am planning is Kannur, Kerala, India. Waiting for ur guidance in email. Thanks. Thayyib
  • Montrell Coley said on January 31, 2013
    Hi I'm looking to open a youth indoor training facility in Goldsboro, NC. It would be the only facility in the state that trains speed, agility, skills and fundamentals. Right now I have a market of over 5000 athletes. This facility will teach from basic to pro level skills and fundamentals. I'm looking to get the facility up and running and desperately looking for lenders. If anyone is interested please contact me at montrellcoley@yahoo.com
  • Patrick said on February 12, 2013
    Hi. I am a 15 year old who is planning to build a badminton court with table tennis courts and a gym and a place for sports apparel and food and drinks. How much space would I need? How much would it cost? Is it better to start with a badminton court and later add up other facilities or start full on?
  • Patrick said on February 12, 2013
    or maybe just a badminton court. And then when I see success in it, I will build another in other parts of the country. Then, if it succeeds, maybe I will build a big one where national and international tournaments can be held.
  • jeki said on February 18, 2013
    how much space do i need and are the materials needed to come up with a simple sport complex for about 50 persons.
  • jeki said on February 18, 2013
    i am a congolese from DRC living in lubumbashi and i would like to come up with a plan for a sport complex in my area.
  • monique said on February 21, 2013
    Hi I'm also looking to open a youth and adult indoor training facility in brooklyn or queens ny. It will have speed agility and also variety of different sports and I would like to have a basketball court. I wanted to know how much space I would need and around how much it would cost? My email is moniqueforeverfit@gmail.com if you can give me some advice or information that would be great.
  • koteeswaran said on April 3, 2013
    I have a plan to build a sports complex in erode district, tamilnadu, located on major road. The land is family Owned and we need to put up the building to house among Indoor facility: 2 shuttle Badminton Courts, 2 Squash courts, 2 Table Tennis and Gym centre in 5000 sq ft, Wash, Change & Locker room facility and an eatery. Out Door swimming pool. I am looking for consultant for a proper lay out plan for the land and business plan. May I request Dr. Anil Paliwal of Udaipur, who is guiding a student in indoor sports to contact me for this assignment ? Thank you very much for any help in this matter. My email id is: kotees_7@yahoo.co.in
  • Edward Curtis said on April 11, 2013
    I want to start a multi-sport complex(baseball, football, soccer, volleyball)to serve S/w Houston, texas.
  • NATHAN SORENSEN said on April 17, 2013
    I built, started, and have operated a 30,000 sq ft indoor sports training facility for 7 years. I also currently own the building which is 90,000 square feet which is occupied by a gym, swimming pools, tennis courts, and racquetball courts. I would be happy to consult on any project. Please email me at na827@aol.com if you are interested in any further information.
  • Dan Eaton said on April 24, 2013
    I am planning to start a sports complex in Eastern Washington State to offer indoor regulation size fields for soccer, football, lacrosse, etc.. Also outdoor fields too. There are smaller indoor soccer fields, but I see too many injuries from impacts to the walls and stuff. Need advice on getting it going..
  • Marc Mckenniss said on April 29, 2013
    Brooklyn, New York: Interested in opening a multi-sport complex(baseball, football, soccer, basketball and track)focused on developmental skills for children, would like it to be accessible to all regardless of socioeconomic status. Anyone interested in investing.
  • tony said on April 30, 2013
    Look for A grant to build a multi-purpose arena in Lakewood ranch, fl./Bradention, fla. which will be the home for hockey, soccer, nba development and arena football teams. I can be reach at genmanhill@ hotmail.com need advice
  • Abhijit said on May 27, 2013
    i want to open a sports complex in a 10 acres plot (40470 sq meters). Can you tell me about the amount of initial investment that is required and also the amount required for yearly maintenance? Hope to hear from you soon.
  • Rodney said on May 29, 2013
    I want to start a 60.000 sqft sports complex / all sport training complex with 6 Basketball/ volleyball courts, 1 indoor soccer field, training area, outdoor fields for soccer and training and sand volleyball area in Manor Tx 5mil east of Austin tx
  • Eric said on June 12, 2013
    I have the plans for a multisport complex that is already in operation in TX and I am now seeking funding. We are approved by the city and have access to the land but need the funding just to get the land purchased. Where do I go from here?
  • Tim said on June 16, 2013
    marlton, nj 08053. I have a vision to establish a mens softball complex up to 3 fields. I am asking for tips on establishing land donations or a business model on how to go about starting a complex like this one. Thanks, Tim.
  • Dwayne said on July 9, 2013
    I would like to open an operate an indoor baseball sports complex in southern Ontario Oakville/Misissauga Ontario area. There are several rep and elite baseball associations in the southern Ontario some of whom do have an indoor training facility but not an indoor sports complex where they can train and play regular games in. Ontario does have a need for an indoor facility where we can take youth baseball to the next level. If there is any investors interested in helping our athletes train and play all year around I look forward to hear from you.
  • Mark fisher said on July 16, 2013
    Hi, I believe my town is in need of an indoor sports facility. We live in sw washington where the weather provides limited outdoor opportunities. There are many youth sports clubs who are privately funded and compee heavily for public school gym time. it would be a dream of mine to build a small indoor facility to provide a cost reasonable scheduled place for teams to practice. Is this a reasonable business option and where would i start. thank you
  • Greg Marcbanks said on July 18, 2013
    I am interested in taking over an athletic club in Pittsfield, MA. I would like to turn the club into a multisport complex. There is already an existing building for 5 tennis courts indoors and 6 outdoor courts. I would like to renovate the indoor courts and add turf to provide more indoor sport leagues like; softball, baseball, soccer,volleyball, lacrosse etc... What do you think is the best business model for this type of plan? there is a full gym connected also.
  • Tariq hussain said on August 5, 2013
    Hi, just set up 4 indoor five a side courts in north of England (Halifax) would like some information regarding how to bring customers through the door, just to mention we are the only facility that provides 3G Astro turf courts, any tips will be helpful.
  • junior bob said on August 14, 2013
    I am 17years of age, and I want to open a sport academy in my area but I don't have enough money to open a sport academy, but I want to start at this age and I don't know the tools to use and how many plots of lands to use, plz can u tell me the tools, things and plans for me to start the academy, I stay in Ghana, in the academy I want to put up a gym, rooms for the players to sleep, toilet and baths, canteens, board rooms, conference rooms. I would like to hear from you soon, thank you very much for helping me.
  • V Shalivahan said on October 7, 2013
    Hello Everyone, Its great reading all your questions. Setting up a sports complex is always exciting. 'Sports business' is booming in India very fast. We, Great Sports Infra provide world class next generation sports infrastructure products. We provide all kinds of sports surfaces in the SAARC regions. For more info about setting up a Sports Complex(Pay and Play concept) reach me on +91-8019809716 or email : shalivahan@greatsportsinfra.com. Thanks.
  • Alex Cuba said on October 17, 2013
    Hello, i have a group of avid sports people truly interested in opening up a multi sports complex. We have a couple investors as well willing to put up a significant amount of money. We are looking in the NY/NJ tri-state area. We are looking for anyone willing to give us some tips on how to get this idea off the ground and rolling. We are highly motivated and have begun doing our research. We are currently looking for the right amount of land we need to build our complex. We are looking for approx 200K+ square feet. Any help would be greatly appreciated. You can contact me at coach.acuba@yahoo.com
  • Anthony said on October 25, 2013
    I'm in Omaha, NE. I am looking to establish a training facility with an indoor track, where track meets will be held. I will also start a youth track club. My main focus as a business will be speed training, which will involve improving an athlete's speed, agility, power, reaction, coordination, etc. I would like the infield to be field-turf so that football, soccer, lacrosse & field hockey may be played(or any recreational type game). I currently work as a physical education teacher(since 1996), coach football and track & field. I also competed on the college level. I have a MS in Sport Management and have worked in several types of sports facilities and managed multiple sporting events & tournaments. I am currently in the research phase and any information that I can get will be helpful. What I do now is that there are no full indoor track facilities in the city of Omaha and the only indoor tracks in the State are apart of the college facilities.
  • Riddle said on November 22, 2013
    I'm wanting to start with a 4 field outdoor baseball complex. An I was wanting to know how I can get an estimate on lights for the field.
  • Lebogang Nelson Motswane said on December 8, 2013
    I'm planning to start a sports complex business in my community but I need a mentor and a way in which I will get financial help. There is a greater need of this kind of thing in my area.
  • Sandy said on February 2, 2014
    Hello, I am in need of some expertise in understanding what as business plan for a multi-sports complex would look like and understand the model and how to make a profit in the business. We are in NJ and considering a facility in the north east.
  • Karl said on February 19, 2014
    I'm working on a proposal to build a minor league soccer complex in Cleveland, OH. Seeking investors and partners.
  • sonia said on February 20, 2014
    Hi. I am planning to build a badminton court. How much space would I need? How much would it cost? please mail me????
  • James said on February 28, 2014
    I am going to start a sports complex in Birmingham, AL. They're is not another one here. I am looking to have multiple indoor basketball courts and soccer. I really need some expertise in getting this off the ground.
  • Ryan Miller said on March 3, 2014
    I see the long list of questions and responses looking for information on Sports Facilities start ups but I dont see any feedback in return. If you have any questions or if you are looking for direction, please feel free to contact me at any time and I will do my best to respond to your inquiries asap. consultants.ram@gmail.com. Respectfully. Ryan Miller
  • k.r.siddheswaran said on May 16, 2014
    i am a tennis player. now i eager to start tennis academy for poor peoples to coaching with freely in this academy but i am not having financial problem. so any body helps to my dream gets live. some rich peoples help me. i am from tamilnadu .country name INDIA...MY MOBILE NUMBER IS 0-9629257541
  • Sahil said on June 3, 2014
    Hi, I'd appreciate if someone could please advise me if an indoor sporting complex could be opened in a 10000 square feet block of land. If not, what is the minimum land requirement. My plan is to open up a multi level sporting complex with atleast international standard 5 badminton courts in the top level, indoor cricket / soccer, table tennis, Yoga centre, squash, etc. Would appreciate any info and help. Sports consultants welcome to contact me on my number +917771001706. Thanks - Sahil
  • Victor Velarde said on July 6, 2014
    Hi, I'm currently seeking an investor's partnership for development of a new fast-paced in-door sport/game concept with very few basic rules to follow that will let people from all ages to have fun and burn lots of calories at the same time, to be play in a small size in-door court with a new type of hand racquet (I do have the racquet's prototype) by two people facing each other with no physical contact at all but having fun and staying healthy. I'm in San Diego, CA. USA, let me know if you like to learn more on this project. TNX
  • Eddie McElroy said on July 15, 2014
    I would like to place my facility in the Bergen County area,
  • Mike Clothier said on July 24, 2014
    I would like to open a multi-sports training facility in Battle Creek, MI that incorporates individual and team training for baseball, softball, girls/boys basketball, volleyball, football, lacrosse, soccer and MMA. This facility would also be dedicated to the high school athlete getting to the next level through camps, combines, college days and recruiting. I am looking for funding ideas, successful business plans and any information that can help me get this idea off the ground. Thank you
  • Maneesh Shah said on August 20, 2014
    I would like to discuss further about setting up a facility in South India and would like to communicate privately. Please let me know how to take this forward. Kind Regards, MS

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