Saint Joseph’s Saturday Football Club

Sponsor Name: Hemal Shah

Location: South East

Sector: Football

Budget: Under 10k

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Saint Joseph’s Saturday Football Club are looking for sponsorship to support funding towards new shirts and catering facility.


Saint Joseph’s Saturday Football Club – We are looking for shirt sponsors and sponsors for awnings / coverings for our new catering facility. Any sponsor should be able to benefit from exposure to our teams playing circa 10-15 matches each across the season in the Chiltern Church Schools Junior Football League, primarily in the affluent areas of Amersham, Chesham, the Chalfonts and other surrounding areas. As a result we’d expect a good profile for any prospective sponsors. If the hit option is chosen, then the sponsor can expect that the hut would be used at the school as well as during football activities, so would be a significant level of exposure to a non-football related demographic (the school and PTA will control the hut when not needed by the football club).


Target Audience

Parents of school aged children in the affluent Chilterns area.

Key Dates and Timings

Sponsorship would likely be for a season (for football kits) with renewals levied at a lower rate to generally cover replacement kits if required. The umbrellas would be permanent/semi-permanent.

Specific Opportunity Details

We have several teams which we would like to sponsor. Typically that would be a cost of circa £700 for new shirts, shorts and socks plus goalkeeping kit, all sourced via ZAPKAM, our preferred kit supplier, plus additional kits in case of new players joining, for one season. We are also after some large covers for our seating area - either awnings or large umbrellas, and would be happy to receive sponsorship to purchase these items, and these would be used throughout the school year, not just football season, for all children and parents of St Joseph's school as well as football club members.

Features and Benefits


Other Partners

We have a few smaller local firms (usually linked with parents) sponsoring football kits for individual teams or similar within the club, but no formal, club level sponsorship deal.