Advertising at AECC provides fantastic opportunities for you and your business to grow and create lasting relationships with clients. Sponsors will benefit from exposure to the Club’s 2000 members across cricket, hockey, tennis and squash sections, not to mention the many visitors the club receives – a large demographic of people, covering all potential target markets. Which opportunity suits you?
The club has a range of options for potential sponsors. If you feel any of these opportunities would suit you and your business, please contact the Club Cricket Chairman Tony Smith (mobile 07785 955 264). All sponsors will also benefit from extensive website, Facebook and Twitter advertisement through the clubs various channels.
Stand out from the crowd and take advantage of a totally new concept! Advertise on the NEW Foam Boundary Rope to attract members to your company. Currently not in use at any other local clubs, AECC is going to pioneer the Foam Boundary ropes that can be seen on TV at cricket grounds around the world. The rope will surround the cricket ground and will provide mass exposure to all those who come to AECC.
This is perhaps the option which gives the most exposure to potential clients, as the covers can be easily seen from the top road. The cricket covers offer a fantastic opportunity to any individual or business wanting maximum gain and exposure from their adverts.
AECC offers 1st XI Match Day Sponsorship packages. Sponsors can be present at the toss in the company of the captains and umpires, and the deal includes an outstanding cricket tea served between innings. Match Day sponsors will also be invited to the end of season Presentations Evening.
A number of sponsors benefit from exposure to both the successful Senior teams and the thriving Junior section. Please get in touch as soon as possible if you are interested, as we are expecting a large amount of interest.
The Cricket section at AECC is highly successful across all age groups. The Senior section has three teams. Both the 1st and 2nd XI play in their respective Premier Leagues, while the 3rd XI is used for young player development. In recent years the 1st XI has won the ECB Cheshire Premier League in 2008 and 2016 and also won back-to-back Cheshire Cups in 2009 and 2010. Add to this a T20 Winners Trophy in 2008 and it is clear to see that the club has a stellar record. The Junior Section is thriving with regard to the numbers playing the game and the number of Trophies won.
The club also hosts a number of games on behalf of Cheshire, Lancashire 2nd XI and the MCC. This will again bring people from across Cheshire and the UK to the club.