World Cup, Wimbledon, Tour de France, Grand Prix, The Open and of course Cricket season. Whatever your preferred sport, there’s likely to be plenty of it on TV this summer. But the chances are there are also numerous sporting events happening in your area, attracting large crowds of fans or just proud parents. If you want to get your brand out there and make friends with the locals, you won’t go far wrong with the time-honoured tradition of local sports sponsorship. Here’s our guide to the best practices when it comes to picking teams…
Back of the net!
Or in this case, back of the shirt. When most people think about sports sponsorship, they think about uniforms. These are a great way to get your brand noticed at home and away – and help your local teams with much needed funding. It doesn’t just have to be shirts, we can provide branded sports clothing of any kind – from shorts and socks to hats and bags.
Sitting on the sidelines?
It’s not just team kits where your logo can be seen. Most local clubs will be happy to display your branding on pitch-side seating, club signage, at events and anywhere else you can think of. We supply a range of banners from easily portable pull-up displays and flags for events, to hard-wearing permanent outdoor banners for year-round use.
They think it’s all over…
And it doesn’t stop there. Most clubs will send out digital newsletters and have websites too, not to mention social media channels. We can design and supply digital adverts and images, as well as print in the form of match and event flyers and souvenirs. We can even help you with merchandising such as keyrings, water bottles, balls and other promotional gifts or prizes. You name it – if you can print on it, we can supply it.
Time for a team talk? We’re known for being reliable, experienced and highly competitive – saving clients up to 30% compared with their current spend. If you’re thinking of sponsoring one of your local teams or events this summer, give our local team a call 0208 590 0922 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org