American Poolplayers Association Franchise

American Poolplayers Association Franchise Opportunity

Recognized as “Best in Category” for Sports & Recreation Franchises by Franchise Business Review, the APA believes in earning and maintaining trust with its franchisees and members through honesty, integrity, respect and fairness.

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American Poolplayers Association Cost & Fees

Here’s what you can expect to spend to start the business and what ongoing fees the franchisor charges throughout the life of the business.

  • Initial Investment

    The total estimated cost for establishing the business (including: franchise fee, fixed assets, inventory, deposits, other fees and costs, and the working capital required for initial start-up).

    $22,936 - $29,411
  • Cash Requirement

    Your liquid capital, or the cash you need on-hand in order to be able to enter into the franchise agreement.


American Poolplayers Association Awards from Franchise Business Review

2023 Best in Category
2023 Top Franchise
FBR Hall of Fame
2022 Most Innovative
2022 Top Veterans
2022 Top Recession-Proof
2022 Top Low-Cost
2022 Top Women
2022 Top 200
2022 Best Culture
2021 Top Low Cost
2021 Top
2020 Second Career
2020 Top Home-Based Franchise
2020 Best in Category
2020 Top Low Cost
2020 Top Veterans
2020 FBR Top
2019 FBR Low Cost
2019 FBR Top
2019 FBR Rockstar
2019 FBR Innovative
2019 FBR Veterans
2019 FBR Womens

The American Poolplayers Association (APA) is the largest amateur pool league in the world with over 250,000 members. With leagues playing in over 13,000 venues across North America, it is the first choice for poolplayers of all skill levels.

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  • Min. Cash Required: $22,936
  • Total Startup Investment: $22,936 - $29,411
  • Franchising Since: 1982
  • Franchise Units: 331


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