TOCA Football Inc., the world's first technology-enabled soccer experience company, is further expanding into the Midwest with the acquisition of Force Sports, the largest sport center operator in Cleveland, which currently operates five centers in the Eastlake, Northfield, Richmond, Rocky River, and Westlake areas. With the acquisition, the company now operates 21 total TOCA soccer and multi-sports centers across North America. TOCA now runs a total of seven centers in the Midwest with the inclusion of TOCA Naperville, the company's largest at over 90,000 square feet.
Yoshi Maruyama, TOCA Football Global CEO said, “The Midwest is one of the fastest growing soccer markets in North America and with this acquisition, TOCA Soccer moves one step closer in achieving our goal of becoming the largest operator of indoor soccer training centers in North America by the end of the year.”
TOCA expects to more than double the number of sites in North America by the end of 2022. In addition, the company recently announced the expansion of TOCA Social, the world’s first dining and soccer entertainment venue, to Dallas, following its successful launch at The O2 in London, UK last summer. The company plans to add an additional four to five TOCA Social sites globally within the next 18 months alone.