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Footballgame.com – Footballgame.com Is For Sale
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London – With an estimated 2.5 billion people watching football regularly worldwide, football is easily the most popular sport in the world, so the chance to buy the domain footballgame.com may be a once in an Internet lifetime opportunity.
The domain name, Footballgame.com, is for sale. That’s right, this top-level domain with 51.6% of the worldwide market is available for purchase and it is competitively priced at $1.8 million the same price as futbol.com also currently available at $1.8 million
Dotcom accounts for over half of all top-level domains worldwide
The extension .com has endured the ages and is the undoubted domain king, the most dominant of all Top Level Domains (TLD) accounting for just over half of all top level domains used throughout the world.
Top 10 Domain Name Sales of All Time
The following list of multi-million-dollar domain sales has one common denominator – the absolute dominance of the .com TLD.
1. Business.com – $345 Million
2. LasVegas.com – $90 Million
3. CarInsurance.com – $49.7 Million
4. Insurance.com – $35.6 Million
5. VacationRentals.com – $35 Million
6. PrivateJet.com – $30.1 Million
7. Voice.com – $30 Million
8. Internet.com – $18 Million
9. 360.com – $17 Million
10. Insure.com – $16 Million
Besides the.com factor, “football game” is an incredibly popular keyword phrase and here’s why:
One third of the world watches football
According to a recent study, 2.5 billion people, over one third of the world watches football regularly. Clearly, the enjoyment of the game is unparalleled and there is something else that goes along football now and that’s the money.
The most popular sport in the world
Football is the most popular sport in the world, with FIFA estimating in the early 2000s that an estimated 4% (250 million people) of the world’s population played regularly.
When half the planet watched football
The audience can be even bigger with an estimated 3.4 billion or half of all people on the planet watching the broadcast of the 2018 Russian World Cup.
The in-person attendance is equally impressive, with a combined yearly in-person attendance of the top 5 leagues combined (England, Germany, Italy, Spain, China) of 54.4 million according to the official data released by the respective associations.
Many super-rich operators
Some of the richest people in the world operate in the football market – Sheik Mansour, owner of Manchester City with a net worth of $3.3 billion, the Red Bull tycoon Dietrich Mateschitz worth over $2.4 billion who owns RB Salzburg and RB Leipzig, Juventus owner Andrea Agnelli of the Fiat car family worth over $2.5 billion. Roman Abramovich, the owner of Chelsea, is reportedly worth $12.4 billion. It goes to show why so many invest in what is effectively a failsafe opportunity.
Top five European clubs by valuation
– Real Madrid $4.24 billion
– Barcelona $4.02 billion
– Manchester United $3.81 billion
– Bayern Munich $3.02 billion
– Manchester City $2.69 billion
American Football (NFL) is estimated to be worth $9 billion per year with College football worth an additional $6 billion.
The NFL makes a huge amount of money from TV deals, having deals with 4 different providers in the US alone totaling around $6.5 million per year.
This all results in a stunning 27 out of the NFL’s 32 franchises among the top 50 most valuable sports teams.
Top 5 NFL Teams by valuation
– Dallas Cowboys $5.5 billion
– New England Patriots $4.1 billion
– New York Giants $3.9 billion
– LA Rams $3.8 billion
– San Francisco 49ers $3.5 billion
China is a huge emerging market for Football
China has a population of 1.4 billion people and the President Xi Jinping has expressed a goal of having a sports industry worth over $800 billion by 2025, with a major focus on its football league, the ‘Chinese Super League’. This makes China a very lucrative emerging market and showcases the industry is growing rapidly, creating an enormous new multi-billion dollar market.
Ever-increasing stadium attendances and TV viewing
With increasing popularity of the sport, the revenue generated by the football leagues has risen fast with ever-increasing stadium attendance generating big TV and sponsor deals.
TV rights growth has grown 400% in last four years
The TV rights growth over the last four years has been about 400% and is expected to soar by another 500% in the upcoming 6 years. The Chinese Super League (CSL) has the highest attendance in Asia.
Huge Chinese companies like Alibaba and Dalian Wanda are already investors in Chinese football which is often used as a marketing tool as the clubs hold powers over their fans and also create a certain image which can attract many potential customers for the businesses that are investing in the football clubs.
In 2017, the main Chinese team acquired major foreign stars from Europe and South America, with contracts reported to be as much as $40 million per year, the highest paid figure for any football player in the world.
Ronaldo offered $105 million by Chinese club
According to reports, a Chinese club offered Ronaldo $105 million per year, but he declined.
Chinese Super League distributes over $9million to each club
The Chinese Super League is due to pay 2.1million to each of its clubs as part of the revenue distribution for the 2019 season, with a further amount to be paid when the league collects fees owed by commercial partners. Each of the 16 teams in the football league is due 9.2million overall from 2019.
• A superb digital asset.
• A tremendous generic domain.
• Easily-memorable and with instant credibility and prestige to consumers and industry professionals.
• Footballgame.com has power and instant recognition so that unlimited content can be generated, a massive community can be organized with exceptional ecommerce opportunities.
• The domain can benefit both emerging as well as established organizations.
• Football is the most popular game on the planet.
• Football is the national sport of many countries around the world.
Descriptive domains names such as footballgame.com can be incredibly lucrative, this is probably the biggest exception when it comes to the shorter is better rule. Descriptive names that are longer but serve to fill a popular search term and consumer need can be incredibly valuable. For instance, a domain like “carinsurance.com” is one of the most expensive domain names ever sold, close to $50 million, even though it contains 12 letters.
The amounts of money spent annually on both American Football and Association Football can be astounding with figures placing these sports in the $billions. Widening popularity and an increasing fan base provide plenty of opportunities to capitalize from this exceptional generic domain. Along with the internet becoming more and more accessible globally, this makes Footballgame.com a remarkably good investment for anyone looking to realize the revenue generating potential, utility, and value of this important top-level domain
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