Wirral Metro Swimming Club

Sponsor Name: Sarah McDonnell

Location: North West

Sector: Water Sports

Budget: Budget Varies

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Wirral Metro Swimming Club are seeking sponsorship as they aim to develop their club to support the future generation of performance swimmers.


Wirral Metro Swimming Club is situated at Europa Pools in Birkenhead and we proudly stand as Wirral’s only elite performance squad. Our comprehensive program caters to swimmers aged 8-24, meticulously guiding them through a Long-Term Development Plan and producing athletes who continually excel in County, Regional, National, and International competitions. Supported by a dedicated team, consisting of a professional performance coach, two volunteer coaches, and a sizable volunteer team including committee members, administrators, and parents, we operate independently and do not receive any local council funding.

Our ambition is to create a leading swimming, coaching and training environment for the North West region, and provide a proven pathway of success. We are looking to develop and support this generation and future generations of performance swimmers in Merseyside and surrounding areas.

Target Audience

Age 8+, hardworking, dedicated, with a love for swimming.

Key Dates and Timings

Our training is continuous and as such, new sponsors would be welcome at any time.

Specific Opportunity Details

Our website & social media..
LinkedIn (new for 2024)
Website www.wirralmetro.co.uk - recently relaunched

As a small club, our fan base is growing and our current social media reach is also growing alongside of this..
Monthly reach 762
Post engagement 712
Followers 299

Monthly reach 1416
Post engagement 284
Followers 643

Followers 776

Features and Benefits

Company logo on coaches kit
Company logo on Regionals & National squad kit
Listing on our newly refurbed website
Company logo on event programmes & entry forms
Company advertised through our social media channels
Company mentioned on our noticeboard & club related event notifications

Other Partners

RSK Group
Raffle donations from Arena & Allens Sportswear


Upwards of £2,500

Other Info

We are very proud to say that Wirral Metro is an extremely successful swimming club. The club has seen may swimmers become leading athletes and some achievements are as follows:-
Current squad member, Nathan Young – Multiple British and English record holder, has represented GB at the European and World Deaf Swimming Championships, and the Deaflympics and the World Deaf Short Course Championships. He is currently the fourth fastest deaf swimmer in the world.
Ex-squad member, Freya Anderson MBE – European Championship multi-medal winner, Commonwealth Games medal winner, World Aquatics Championship multi-medal winner and Olympic gold medallist at Tokyo 2020.
Ex-squad member, Cassie Wild – European Aquatics Championships gold and silver medal winner, part of the GB Tokyo 2020 swim team
Ex squad member Matt Harding - Retired from swimming and now a Commonwealth Games weightlifter. Represented GB in swimming in the World Dwarf Athletic Games, as well as being a World Dwarf Champion, a British Dwarf Champion, and setting World Records.

The club is currently home to both British and National age group champions for freestyle, butterfly and Individual Medley

Becoming top club in Cheshire in the 2024 Cheshire County Swimming Championships. We topped the points table in the Senior & Junior events and were also ‘Most Improved Club’ for 16 & Under. We achieved two Top Girls in their age, and Top Girl overall; one of whom also set a new Cheshire record for the 1500m in the 12yr old category. The club achieved 66 gold medals, 58 silver, and 51 bronze with just 34 swimmers, beating much larger clubs across Cheshire to win most points overall. This makes them the first club in Wirral to achieve this at a County competition.

We have swimmers of all ages on Swim England development initiatives and pathways. A large number of our members were selected for the recent County Development Day. We have swimmers on Regional Development pathways. Two swimmers have been selected for the National age development camp and one for the British Swimming endurance initiative.