Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Goals Soccer Centres LSE:GOAL London Ordinary Share GB00B0486M37 ORD 0.25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 93.00p 90.00p 96.00p 93.125p 92.875p 93.00p 3,512 14:00:08
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 33.5 3.7 4.1 22.7 69.95

Goals Soccer Centres Share Discussion Threads

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13/9/2017
17:05
High MC valuation for low profits. there are better investments out there....
jaykaytee
12/9/2017
12:52
5 hours since post 478 = Share price down 10% - No other comments - Message received MINIMAL INTEREST in soccer at family play level - Could this offering be going the same way a 10 pin bowling, squash etc etc - A short term interest spike and then a fall away - If so could it be that GOAL has a broken business model ?? In other words Soccer is basiscally reverting to a spectator sport rather than participation??
pugugly
12/9/2017
07:46
Accounts out - what a laugh - management doing their best to spin but initial reaction pitches are on a slope DOWNHILL.
pugugly
07/8/2017
19:31
Anyone that regularly plays 5-a-side know that pitch prices are a rip-off. Sadly, the economics never look any good to me.
dan_the_epic
07/8/2017
18:42
Looks like one for the summer shopping list!
ny boy
25/7/2017
12:10
Amazed lack of comment following coy deal
glennborthwick
10/3/2017
19:21
Why isn't goals offering schools the chance to use the free pitches in the day time at a reduced cost?
frankie83
13/2/2017
10:29
what does everyone think of the fact that Keith Rogers isn't on the board anymore? The Company also announces that Keith Rogers, an executive director, has stepped down from the Board. Mark Jones CEO said "On behalf of the Company I would like to acknowledge and express our sincere gratitude to Keith for his invaluable and constructive contribution to the Board over the years and we wish him well in the future" http://www.investegate.co.uk/goals-soccer-centres--goal-/rns/post-close-trading-update/201701160700101911U/ Asagi (no position)
asagi
05/1/2017
22:56
I think Goal's need to listen to FIFA and the FA's message. FIFA and the FA are trying to promote FUTSAL to help develop young players. Pele, Ronaldo, Ronaldinho, Messi, Cotiniho(?) all played Futsal before they played football. I'm a football coach and I've seen players improve significantly having only played a few games of Futsal in the "correct" environment fast sports hall surface, heavy low bounce size 3/4 Futsal ball. Brazil, Chile, Peru, Spain, Protugal school chidren have to play Futsal until they are fourteen! Mandatory...at their schools. Goals need to partner drop or reduce the wierd 4G 5-aside and attract the premier league acadamies and or local clubs with a Futsal offering. They could also let the courts to Basketball, Netball or Hockey clubs too (Badminton, indoor tennis etc). The only Goals centres Ive been to look tired and unfit for purpose so suspect they will need more money for a refurb before they'll attract a new wave of customers and income.
praipus
22/11/2016
20:10
interim looks amazing operating cash flow before working capital 5.3m£ that almost cover the 5.7m of current laibilities.. what is the reason of the bigg fall? us election?
cascudi
18/11/2016
11:06
Been looking at GOAL for a while and decided that I would join you. Bought an opening tranche today and will top up on positive updates.
martinthebrave
23/9/2016
13:30
AIM’s rejuvenated growth stories Posted 23/09/16 Hats off to management for a terrific turnaround! http://www.investorschampion.com/blog/entry/aims-rejuvenated-growth-stories
dice1950
03/6/2016
07:44
When I saw the headline this morning, I was disappointed as I thought we were going to see details of a planned discounted placing. Instead, I see that we've already raised a gross £16.75m, that the cash is to be used to upgrade the stock etc., and that it was all done at £1 per share - not at an insiders' discount and higher than the price at which many of us bargain hunters bought recently. The fact that Chris Mills is a NED is also telling as it's probably him who was the main driver behind this move. I think it's excellent news and can easily see the shares being 50% higher by the end of the year.
value hound
03/6/2016
07:42
Http://www.investegate.co.uk/goals-soccer-centres--goal-/rns/placing-to-raise--16-75-million/201606030700081062A/
spob
22/3/2016
17:33
These are now looking good value but momentum is against it at the moment , will be sitting on the sidelines to wait for the price to stabilise before potentially going in.
jimmywilson612
14/3/2016
19:18
Yes but lfl sales declined by over 11% in the second half which is pretty serious. I'd agree that it's not a disaster, the price seems to reflect the new reality if indeed it is a new reality. As far as the grant funding goes I'm not sure it's coming from the taxpayer, it appears some of it may be coming from the Premier League and the like. I don't think i'll take the loss on these just yet, but if they suffer further big falls in lfl sales then i'll take this one on the chin.
arthur_lame_stocks
14/3/2016
19:09
Like most businesses I guess competition will occur at some point, the question is how long the grant funded rivals will be grant funded given all the cuts that will need to take place, also how much are these really biting into the Goal Soccer model, UK LFL sales were down 6 - 7%, could this be due to weather etc, I don't know, US sales were up around 8% and that is where the future appears to lie, the update wasn't all negative imho and in the end the share price didn't dip too much so much of it appears to be in the price.
eastbourne1982
14/3/2016
18:55
I'm just worried that it is not merely the ups and downs of business and that the increasing competition is going to permanently reduce earnings. Of course at this price they're not on a stupid multiple and there does still appear to be growth opportunities in the States.
arthur_lame_stocks
14/3/2016
11:24
Strip out the asset write down and dropping the dividend are the results really horrid, look at the share price graph, this was all expected and could be viewed as the ups and downs of a business, the share price was double the figure a year ago, anyone who bought then is clearly in the brown stuff however anyone who bought then clearly didn't do much research as the business was way overvalued.
eastbourne1982
14/3/2016
10:31
Most of that was what I expected apart from asset write down and the dividend cut, I'm not interested in a dividend in a share like this anyway, seems like the UK market is hard (we knew this) and the future lies in the US which offers much more potential, not many major surprises and a lot of this was already in the price.
eastbourne1982
14/3/2016
08:32
I agree that the new guy looks interesting but the question is with that balance sheet and stated underinvestment in the product will there be a fund raising to allow him to do what he needs. Definitely watching this now.
harrogate
14/3/2016
08:08
Well FWIW I've just bought; best of all worlds IMO, significant discount to TNAV, and P/E less than 10, new boss with inevitable plans to realise value - you couldn't ask for more in a share.
boystown
14/3/2016
08:07
The underlying figures had already been forecast, but why didn't they mention the asset writedowns? I'm glad I didn't buy anymore now, after the statement that they are facing increasing competition from grant funded pitches.
arthur_lame_stocks
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