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Crowdfunding Opportunities in Sport


AFC Wimbledon Sport
AFC Wimbledon is Crowdfunding to finance the construction of its new stadium on Plough Lane. Re-founded in 2002, AFC Wimbledon entered the Premier Division of Combined Counties League. In 13 seasons, the club was promoted 6 times. In 2017, AFC Wimbledon received final permission to start work of the new stadium construction at the Wimbledon Greyhound Stadium located a few meters away from Plough Lane. With the proceeds, the club is aiming to maintain sustainability in League One and expand to support a future Championship.
investment: £1,446,102 target: £2,000,000 pre-money valuation: £24,071,520
status: Active 44 days
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Premium Boulder Hut Sport EIS SEIS
An indoor climbing brand opening in Ellesmere Port, south of Liverpool; Boulder Hut is expected to be the first dedicated bouldering centre in the area. Bouldering is a shorter, sharper version of rock climbing, done without ropes, and is set to be included in the 2020 Olympics.
investment: £400,270 target: £240,000 pre-money valuation: £305,827
status: Expired
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Premium Tifosy Sport EIS
As the world's first and only fully-authorised sports crowdfunding platform, our mission is to enable everyone to invest in sports, in a fair and transparent way. Through our proprietary platform, billions of sports fans around the world can invest in the professional clubs they are passionate about.
investment: £1,289,000 target: £1,000,000 pre-money valuation: £9,204,082
status: Funded
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Premium RefStuff Sport EIS SEIS
Designed for the millions of referees, teachers and sports coaches plus umpires globally, RefStuff are raising to launch their 4th product; the RefScorer Digital watch. RefStuff are already in distribution discussions with sports wholesalers internationally for their first 2 products - RefScorer and RefSgloves with a 3rd; RefSwallet due in Sept/Oct.
investment: £4,910 target: £100,000 pre-money valuation: £233,333
status: Expired
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Premium Asap Water Crafts Sport EIS
A personal watercraft designed for both rescue and leisure. Using the company's lightweight enclosed electric propulsion jets, the one-person watercraft can be easily launched and creates the feeling of flying through water to provide an exhilarating experience. Asap is already at the production stage with an initial sales traction.  
investment: £255,350 target: £150,000 pre-money valuation: £1,350,000
status: Expired
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Premium Dexerto Sport EIS
Dexerto is an online supplier of eSports news and broadcasting. Dexerto aims to become the go-to place for 24/7 access to all online e-sports news and media.  
investment: £207,375 target: £200,001 pre-money valuation: £2,300,012
status: Funded
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PIXEL CITY GOLF Sport EIS SEIS
Pixel City Golf is planning to open five venues by 2022 that will not only be centred around golf for all ages, but also provide other leisure and entertainment activities. Compared to other major international markets, the UK has one of the lowest mini golf venues at just over 700 with room to grow, as the market is predicted to be worth £129bn this year. The company is already in discussion with a top mini golf builder and a leading marketing firm.
investment: £85,350 target: £150,000 pre-money valuation: £1,000,000
status: Expired
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WIT Fitness Sport EIS
WIT Fitness are a sports retailer, founded in 2015 and already operating over multiple sites.They aim to open a unique gym facility in London over the next 6 months and expand their online operations to North America.
investment: £1,270,010 target: £840,000 pre-money valuation: £3,968,243
status: Expired
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Homefans Sport EIS SEIS
Homefans is a travel start up, providing experiences beyond the 90 minutes for international football fans. Since inception 10 months ago the team have achieved a revenue of £40k and have built a community of more than 240 travelers.
investment: £111,580 target: £100,000 pre-money valuation: £527,746
status: Expired
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Graystone Action Sports Sport EIS SEIS
A multi-platform business combining extreme action sports with leisure activities. Graystone offers experiences in surfing, skiing, snowboarding and skateboarding. Customers have the option of participating open sessions, or attending classes. Graystone will open its first site in December 2018 in Manchester. Brands interested in the company include Adidas, Red Bull, Stance and Nixon. Graystone intends to offer other facilities such as fitness studios, media labs, bars, restaurants and retail sites. By year two, the company is aiming to host 100,000 visitors per year and have locations within one-hour driving distance of at least 8 million people. This will be achieved with plans to open 5 facilitates in Britain over the next 5 years.
investment: £229,830 target: £350,000 pre-money valuation: £1,520,000
status: Expired
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Darlington Football Club Sport
Darlington Football Club is delighted to announce an exciting opportunity for the fans, businesses and local community as a whole to support their football club and provide funds to assist the club in its quest to return to ... Read more
investment: £55,053 target: £50,000 pre-money valuation: £307,143
status: Expired
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Enertor Sport EIS
Enertor is an insole developed by RSScan Lab Ltd to reduce injuries for athletes. They have signed Usain Bolt as brand ambassador, have launched in 500 stores and have a turnover in excess of £2m. Their key market is the younger health and lifestyle sector of ages 25-55 years old. 
investment: £1,030,680 target: £750,000 pre-money valuation: £7,279,979
status: Expired
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