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We offer you to consider mutually beneficial cooperation in the framework of the 2008 sponsor agreement.
We offer you to use our logo, photo and video materials in our advertising activity and (or) to become a sponsor of individual events.
Our club also plans to organize various children and adult tournaments in Jurmala.
In today’s economy, a successful business requires a special advertising style to be superior to competitors.
We are aimed at attracting customer interest to your company:
- We will place your company logo and the name on FK “Spartaks” basic team and children’s team form.
- We will place your company logo and name in Jurmala city stadium
- We will place your company logo on the club’s official website – www.spartaks.lv
- Let us reflect on our cooperation in the media.
Sponsorship does not cost much. We can design a program for you.
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Football fans all over the world will have to wait for another 4 years to witness the next World Cup. This monumental football tournament showcases exciting and jaw-dropping game from your favorite football teams and players.
Whilst fans are looking forward to the games itself, commercial brands are looking forward to this event to maximize the marketing of their products. With millions of eyes watching the event, it’s a great opportunity to advertise their services and increase their sales and revenues. As an example, Nike increased its marketing spend by 36 percent to $876 million ahead of the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
FIFA, football’s international governing body, organizes the tournament. Sponsorship by brands is broken down into three tiers: partners, sponsors and regional sponsors. Partners get prime billing at the World Cup as they work with the organization at all level of the games all year round. Sponsors are smaller Confederations Cup only while regional sponsors are a slate of smaller organizations taken from different region.
Below are the big brands that dominated the sponsorships of World Cup 2018 in Russia.
Athletes: Luis Suarez, Mesut Özil, Mohamed Salah, Paul Pogba, Lionel Messi
Teams:Colombia, Mexico,Egypt, Japan, Morocco, Iran, Sweden, Argentina, Germany, Spain, Belgium, Russia
Having signed 12 teams for sponsorship, Adidas is the running lead in the 2018 World Cup Season. They even managed to be ahead of Nike’s 10 teams. Their infamous Three Stripes logo was worn by all-time favorites Spain, Argentina and Germany and even the host country Russia. Iran may also be wearing Adidas, but the company did not sponsor this team, instead they sold their clothing to this team at a discounted price.
Adidas CEO Kasper Rorsted told Marketing Week, “We see this as a brand-building event. The direct financing impact is limited and the football has over time, relative to the size of the company, become a small event from a financial standpoint — but not from a brand standpoint.”
Adidas’ crown jewels are club giants like Bayern Munich, Real Madrid, Manchester United and the German national team. Last year, the brand signed worth approximately $57 million per year contract until 2022 with the German Football Association (DFB). This surpassed the $50 million Nike deal with the French national team, making it biggest national team deal in the world.
Aside from Messi, Paul Pogba was another talent that Adidas put a high investment on. They gave the France and Manchester United midfielder his own clothing line with street culture and high-end fashion as an inspiration. Pogba is a marketer’s dream with his celebratory dance moves, eye-catching playing style and flamboyant hairstyles.
Adidas was successful during the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. Germany did not only win the tournament but brand endorsers Colombia’s James Rodriguez grabbed the golden boot (top scorer) awards while Messi scooped the golden ball (best player)
Just as how M88 dominates Asia’s online betting and gaming site, Adidas was also dominating the most recent World Cup tournament.
Athletes: Harry Kane, Robert Lewandowski, Kylian Mbappé, Neymar, Cristiano Ronaldo
Teams: France,Portugal, England, Nigeria, South Korea, Poland, Australia, Croatia, Saudi Arabia, Brazil
They may not have superstars Pogba or Messi, but Nike has the highest paid football player of 2018 Ronaldo. Plus, they also have Neymar under their wing. They also have the Nigeria national team where they make a record-breaking jersey pre-order of 3 million due to the team’s beautiful World Cup uniform. Virgil Abloh is another key player for the brand.
Ronaldo is a one-man marketing juggernaut, having 127 million Instagram followers. His “Just Do It” sketch posted on his Instagram got over 1.7 million “likes” and more than 12,000 comments. It $5.8 million in media value for Nike.
Athletes: Marco Reus, Sergio Aguero, Olivier Giroud, Antoine Griezmann
Teams: Senegal, Serbia, Switzerland , Uruguay
PUMA has worked so hard to be on the top of World Cup sponsorship; they spent tons of money to close a deal with with European club giants such as Borussia Dortmund and Arsenal. PUMA may not have acquired the same stature as Adidas or Nike when it comes to football, but they definitely working hard to get there.
The 2018 World Cup was not the best season for Puma though. It’s quite unfortunate that three of their major African teams, Cameroon, Ghana and Ivory Coast did not make the cut. Veteran goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon and his heir apparent Gianluigi Donnarumma were both absent in Russia.
Down from eight at Brazil 2014, Puma will be the sponsor of uniforms for 4 teams, having recently added Serbia and Senegal to its roster post-qualifiers. Uruguay and Switxerland are the other two teams.
Outside of the big three – Adidas, Nike and Puma – the next question boils down to what brand other players will be wearing. It’s the same story uniform-wise with the other brands that will be featured in the tournament – Uhlsport (Tunisia) , Erreà (Iceland), Umbro (Peru), Hummel (Denmark) and New Balance (Costa Rica, Panama).
In the field of basketball, Under Armour built its entire basketball footwear division around superstar Stephen Curry. It seems to be a wise move since Curry’s million followers patronized the line of shoes as well. They have yet to choose a player of the same caliber in the field of football. Three of the brand’s notable representatives in Russia – Bayer Leverkusen and Germany defender Jonathan Tah, Liverpool’s rookie England full-back Trent Alexander-Arnold and Arsenal’s Swiss midfielder Granit Xhaka – are yet to match Curry’s strong media presence.
Under Armor may not have to wait long before they can add superstar football player to its ranks. After all, they have spent millions of dollars to secure a deal with top college sports programs and signed up great players such as golfer Jordan Spieth, tennis star Andy Murray, British boxer Anthony Joshua and Tom Brady. The brand seems to keep its focus in making its strong impression in the game.
Pirma, Umbro, Mizuno, Asics and Lotto are the other brands to have athlete endorsements at the World Cup.
Click here for more information about clothing brands that dominate the world of football.
Football, or soccer, as most continue to debate its real name, makes waves all around the world each year. Especially in 2018, with The World Cup being held in Russia and the entire world getting excited about countries like Brazil, Croatia and of course the winner of it all, France.
Even though the world cup only occurs once every four years, each one affects football/ soccer and what exactly it means as a sport to a nation.
That is why, with each passing year and every four years, leading up to the next world cup, more and more brands, specifically in the sports, but also in the fashion industry, has taken note of the commotion caused by it and have even implemented it as a part of today’s pop culture and even their own brands.
A few years ago, it might have been easier to distinguish the best brand in the world, when it comes to football clothing in sports and athleisure wear, but today, they are everywhere. What’s more is, the fashion and sports combination is better than ever before.
The 3 Must-Buy Top Football Clothing Brands
Now, of course, you know who’s the best in football, because if you do not see their brands trademarked logo on the training football shoes of the team players, then you’ve seen them getting involved in sponsorships and advertisements all around the world.
As a German brand, Adidas is considered to be the biggest sportswear manufacturer in all of Europe, as well as most countries in the world. It is true, especially when it comes to football wear. Not only does Adidas offer some of the best quality football sports clothing in the world, but they are specifically known for using advanced technology in manufacturing their sneakers and football athleisure.
It seems like the Germans know their football. Puma is also invented by Germans. In fact, Puma was designed by Rudolf Dassler, the brother of Adolf Dassler, which is the founder of Adidas.
With no regards to its competition, Puma is an amazing brand that specialises in the design and manufacturing of footballs, sports shirts, bags, fitness accessories and their very own football-inspired invented shoes.
Being American and known as the leading rivalry of Adidas, Nike is one of the most popular brands in sportswear in the world. They are also very well known for their extensive ranges of advanced footwear and sneakers, as well as their sports-inspired apparel and accessories.
One of the most famous football players in the world, Cristiano Renaldo has signed a lifetime ambassador contract with the American brand, which makes this brand a major football-oriented brand. Wherever the world cup goes, Nike will follow.
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