Become a Sponsor
We’re currently preparing for the 2019 tournament, with the final squad selections to be made soon. From that point on, the hard work begins – for the players in getting ready for competition, and for the committee in financing all aspects of our participation.
We start from scratch each year, with no direct funding and it is only through the support of local businesses that we are able to fund trials and training costs, kit and equipment purchase as well as accommodation for tournament week.
The tournament takes place between Monday 29th July to Friday 2nd August 2019 and we provide full coverage of our progress via our website and social media channels. As you are aware from last year, the wider media coverage is excellent as well, from daily newspaper round-ups to online BBC match coverage. Last year one of our Junior team matches was streamed live by the BBC.
Right now we’re asking you to consider supporting our boys this year. Please see our sponsorship prospectus below for your information:
Gold – £500
Support our teams and we’ll place your banner on our website & provide a tailored promotional piece on our social media channels
Silver – £250
Sponsor a player of your choice and we’ll provide a website banner and highlight your support via social media, including a photo of you and your chosen player should you wish
Bronze – £100
Purchase a linked sponsor’s banner on our website for the duration of our preparation and the tournament
For more information, please contact:
What we’ve done for our past sponsors
About the STATSports SuperCupNI
The STATSports SuperCupNI is for all intent and purposes a junior world cup, attracting teams from as far away as New Zealand, South America, Asia, South Africa, Europe and the United Kingdom.
The STATSports SuperCupNI is a massive success story for Northern Ireland. It is more than just an international youth football tournament. It is a hugely significant tourist magnet that draws in people from around the globe. There is an enormous sense of civic pride in it, evidenced by the massive numbers of people who turn out to welcome the competing teams from around the world.