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Powerleague is planning to expand its chain of 49 five-a-side football centres with 13 new sites of up to 130,000 sq ft over the next three years, having secured a £40m investment from Patron Capital.

Powerleague Fives is planning to invest £20m in community sports centres in London.

Powerleague is planning to double its chain of 44 five-a-side football sites over the next five years, following the completion of its £80m acquisition by Patron Capital Partners.

Powerleague, the chain of 43 five-a-side football centres, is to be acquired by private equity firm Patron Capital for £42m.

Powerleague has bought five indoor football centres in Manchester, Blackburn, Wigan, Derby and North Shields from JJB Sports for £17m.

Powerleague is to invest £7m in the expansion of its chain of 37 five-a-side football centres with four new sites over the next year, and is seeking locations near professional clubs.

Powerleague, the operator of 30 five-a-side football centres, is to raise £12m in a flotation on Aim, and plans to open a further 11 sites over the next three years.

Powerleague is to create 40 jobs at a new £1.5m five-a-side football complex in Stoke-on-Trent, and plans to have 25 of the centres across the country by the end of the year.