Limited Shirt Sponsorship Opportunities Still Available
The most effective way of getting your business name seen in the elite sporting arena is to have your branding on the shirt that the players wear when they do battle on the field.
Share in Somerset’s success by having your logo clearly visible as the players raise a bat to the crowd or celebrate taking a vital wicket.
Images of these iconic moments are captured forever and circulated to media outlets across the globe for all the world to see. You could be a part of that!
If you want to have your brand seen by a potentially global audience, and want to help Somerset CCC create historic moments, then you need to take advantage of the remaining sponsorship opportunities that are currently available on all three of our 2021 playing shirts.
The traditional four-day red-ball competition is county cricket’s Holy Grail.
After coming so close to winning domestic cricket’s most coveted prize for the first time in the last two seasons, Somerset will be determined to go one better in 2021.
The vibrancy and dynamism of T20 cricket are second to none in the world of sport.
Vitality Blast matches at the Cooper Associates County Ground are days that you will never forget. Explosive action and capacity crowds create a unique atmosphere as the worlds best players clash in Taunton. Be a part of the drama!
Royal London Cup
Somerset are the reigning Royal London Cup Champions following a sensational victory at Lord’s in the 2019 final.
Tom Abell and his team are determined to retain this prestigious crown and cement their place at the top of the 50 over tree.
It’s not just on the field where Somerset have excelled.
We are the UK’s best followed county and the South West’s most followed professional sports club.
In addition to this we are the UK’s most engaged sports club on social media according to recent research*!
If you want to grow your business or discuss what opportunities are available call us on 01823 425301 or email firstname.lastname@example.org now.
*Source: Red Hot PennyBack to News