PLUNKETT'S SPORTS INDUSTRY ALMANAC 2017
- Plunkett Research lists top 350 companies in Sports and names top trends changing the industry for the mid term.
- Sports are big business. Combined, the “Big 4” leagues in America, the National Football League (NFL), National Basketball Association (NBA), the National Hockey League (NHL) and Major League Baseball (MLB), bring in about $28.7 billion in revenue.
- The total U.S. sports market is estimated to be $472.0 billion.
- Industry trends analysis, market data and competitive intelligence
- Market forecasts and Industry Statistics
- Industry Associations and Professional Societies List
- In-Depth Profiles of hundreds of leading companies
- Industry Glossary
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- Link to our 5-minutes video overview of this industry
Statistical Tables Provided: 11
Companies Profiled: 373
Geographic Focus: Global
A complete market research report, including forecasts and market estimates, technologies analysis and developments at innovative firms. You will gain vital insights that can help you shape your own strategy for business development, product development and investments.
Contents, Statistics, Forecasts and Analysis Include:
- How is the industry evolving?
- How is the industry being shaped by new technologies?
- How is demand growing in emerging markets and mature economies?
- What is the size of the market now and in the future?
- What are the financial results of the leading companies?
- What are the names and titles of top executives?
- What are the top companies and what are their revenues?
Major Trends Affecting the Sports Industry
1) Introduction to the Sports Industry
2) NFL (National Football League): The Biggest Money in U.S. Sports
3) Broadcasting Fees, Digital Access and Investment Savvy Boost MLB (Major League Baseball)
4) NBA (National Basketball Association) Regroups Under New Contract
5) NHL (National Hockey League) Team Differences Result in Financial Haves and Have-Nots
6) NASCAR’s Best Teams Require Massive Investment
7) Television Rights Contracts Bring in Lucrative Revenues for Major Sports Leagues
8) Soccer (Football) Leagues in the U.S. and Europe Reap Significant Revenues and Sponsorships
9) New Sports Stadiums Proliferate
10) NCAA College Sports Are Big Revenue Earners
11) PGA (Professional Golf Association) Tournaments Grow in International Markets/Golf Returns to the Olympics
12) Fantasy Sports Post Growth, with 57.4 Million Players
13) eSports: Electronic Games Become Spectator Sports
14) Sports Equipment Manufacturers Offer the Latest High-Tech Advantages
15) Wearable Sensors Track Exercise Data/Apparel and Shoe Manufacturers Adopt Technologies
16) Lacrosse Is Among the Fastest-Growing Team Sports in America
17) Sports Agents Become Indispensable/ Sports Marketing Booms in China
18) New Video Game Console Technologies and Features Boost Sales
19) Virtual Reality and 3-D Games Create Opportunities in the Tech Industry/Immersion Games to Grow
20) Gym Memberships Continue to Rise
21) Hiking, Walking and Running—The Least Expensive Sports Draw the Most Participants
22) Bicycle Sharing Grows in Major Cities, But Financial Outlook Is Poor
23) Aging Baby Boomers Will Cause Significant Changes in the Leisure Sector, Including Sports and Activity-Based Travel
24) Athletic Footwear Sales Boom, Drawing Big Names from Athletes to Designers
25) The Vast Majority of Shoes Sold in the U.S. Are Made Elsewhere
26) Flyknit May Revolutionize Manufacture of Shoes
27) Exercise Apparel Sales Rise/Athleisure Clothing Sales Soar
28) Nanotechnology Has a Growing Role in Sports Equipment
29) Sports Equipment and Social Media Converge Sports Industry Statistics
1) Sports Industry Statistics and Market Size Overview
2) Estimated Size of the Entire Sports Industry, U.S. 2005-2015
3) Selected U.S. Sports Industry Revenues: 2009-2015
4) Sports Industry, Estimated Sources of Revenue & Expenses, U.S.: 2010-2014
5) U.S. Spectator Sports, Performing Arts & Related Industries, Breakdown of Expenses: 2009-2014
6) Estimated Annual Sporting Goods Stores Retail Sales, Inventories & Purchases: 2006-2014
7) Estimated Monthly Sporting Goods Stores Retail Sales: 1992-March 2016
8) Exports of Sporting & Athletic Equipment, U.S.: 2010-Q1 2016
9) Imports of Sporting & Athletic Equipment, U.S.: 2010-Q1 2016
10) Overview of the Media Contracts of the Four Big Sports
11) Sports Industry Employment by Business Type, U.S.: 2012-2016