Over 500,000 guests visit Sophia Gardens every year and each Sky Sports televised T20 fixture averages at least a six figure audience, giving you and your brand further exposure.
There has never been a better time to invest in advertising space with Glamorgan Cricket. From pitch facing advertisement boards, to a big screen advert before an exhilarating T20 fixture.
Previously pitch side boards at Sophia Gardens have only been available via the ECB but now advertising partners can purchase pitch level boards for domestic county cricket fixtures including those televised on Sky Sports.
By purchasing a 6m board from just £1,500 + VAT (including cost of manufacture) you can advertise your business live on Sky Sports, as well as to the tens of thousands of visitors to Sophia Gardens for cricket and other events throughout the year.
There are a limited number of advertising sites available so please let us know if you would like to take advantage of this offer.
Our T20 Big Screen advertising is a sure-fire way to advertise your brand in a unique way to our fans at Sophia Gardens, with attendances reaching 8,000 on a regular basis.
From the time gates open, approximately an hour and a half before the start of play, we combine our entertaining in-bowl activation experience with your advert on our big screen, ensuring that there are always eyes on your brand. Our rotating advertising slide shows are used at least 5 times per fixture, maximising awareness for your brand throughout the game and interval.
We also include x10 tickets to each fixture, so you can see your advert in action.
The package also includes ten general admission tickets for each fixture, to enjoy the live action and see your company name up in lights.
This package is limited by time-availability, at just £1,000 + VAT per fixture. Please get in touch with a member of the team for further information.
Interesting in advertising with us? Contact one of the team or call us on 02920 419 315
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