SPONSORSHIP OF YOUTH SOCCER IN ARIZONA…


There are several  opportunities available to help support youth soccer in Arizona!

 

Arizona Youth Soccer Association (AYSA) (501C3), a member of the United States Youth Soccer Association is pleased to offer several advertising opportunities to meet your marketing objectives and more importantly…  your budget!

 

AYSA’s membership of over 37,000 players and over 3,000 coaches and administrators provides an easy marketing reach of over 135,000 people.  Our advertising options can cost-effectively reach players, families, and teams with your brand messaging.

Concluding the 2012-13 season (August to May), AYSA led the nation in year-over-year annual growth (112%) when compared to the additional 53 state associations that fall under the United States Youth Soccer umbrella.  Youth soccer is growing in our state, why not be a part of the excitement!

Website Advertising on www.azyouthsoccer.org:

Market your company and/or product to the thousands of players, coaches and parents who visit the official AYSA website for ongoing information and updates regularly.

 

E-newsletter Advertising:

Market your company and/or product to players, coaches and parents who receive our monthly e-newsletter called, “AYSA Connect.”  These reach over 16,000 confirmed email addresses with an open rate of over 35% each month.

 

Tournament Program Advertising:
Market your company and/or product to players, coaches and parents who participate in Arizona State Cup (200+ teams), or Arizona Presidents Cup (200+ teams)

 

Email Blast Opportunities:

Send your message out cost-effectively with an email blast from the AYSA database of over 16,000 members who have signed-up to receive communications from our association.

To learn more about how your sponsorship dollars can assist the soccer playing youth of Arizona, please contact:


Ron Gilmore

Director of Marketing & Communications

Arizona Youth Soccer Association
(602) 433-9202
rongilmore@azyouthsoccer.org
 

Arizona Youth Soccer is sponsored in part by