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Leisure Time Market Research

Mintel’s leisure time market research reports provide a comprehensive and extensive overview of the marketplace including information on the leisure time market size and leisure time market share.


Mintel’s leisure time industry reports can help you gain further insight into the leisure time market trends and gain valuable leisure time consumer data.


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  1. Spectator Sports - UK - October 2017

    “Live streaming shows growing potential to open spectator sports to a wider range of demographics, while stadium operators can turn to good old-fashioned atmosphere to help event attendance stand out from the leisure crowd.”
    – David Walmsley, Senior Leisure Analyst

    This Report looks at the following ...

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    £1,995.00 (Excl.Tax)
    Consumer Report
    October 2017
    UK
  2. Sports Participation - UK - September 2017

    “Fitness is both the main driver of participation in sport and the principal barrier to taking part. Successful providers need therefore to articulate the fitness benefits of their activities while allaying the fears of potential newcomers that they are not fit enough to join in.”
    – David Walmsley, ...

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    Consumer Report
    September 2017
    UK
  3. Marketing to Sports Fans - US - September 2017

    "85% of US adults follow at least one sport. The most passionate sports fans, Avid Fans, almost never miss a game/event for the sport/team they follow and account for more than half of sport fans (43%) or 109 million adults. America’s sport of choice is football, which attracts the most fans and ...

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    Consumer Report
    September 2017
    US
  4. Tenpin Bowling - UK - May 2017

    “The industry is currently half way on a journey between the old-style bowling alley and its hoped-for new destination as a modern, multi-generational entertainment centre providing a light-hearted competitive social experience, where bowling is increasingly blended with other forms of activity ...

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    Consumer Report
    May 2017
    UK
  5. Sports Nutrition - Ireland - April 2017

    “Recognising the health benefits of regular physical activity, Irish consumers are exercising two to three times a week. This points to a strong market for sports nutrition brands to target and focusing on how their products aid rapid recovery between frequent exercise will pique active Irish ...

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    Consumer Report
    April 2017
    Ireland
  6. Outdoor Enthusiasts - US - March 2017

    "More than three quarters of adults have participated in an outdoor activity in the last year and nearly nine in 10 claim to be at least somewhat enthusiastic about the outdoors. Although leisure outdoor participation is more prevalent, adults involved in physically active outdoor pursuits tend to ...

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    Consumer Report
    March 2017
    US
  7. Sport and the Media - UK - January 2017

    “There are signs that major media players, including Facebook, Twitter and Amazon, are looking to make significant plays in regards to live sport broadcasting over the coming years. Live sport could offer these platforms a powerful differentiating feature within competitive marketplaces, while ...

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    £1,995.00 (Excl.Tax)
    Consumer Report
    January 2017
    UK