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  • Motordepot Main Hull KR Shirt Sponsor In 2019

    Motordepot Car Supermarket will be Hull Kingston Rovers’ main shirt sponsor for the 2019 season and for the Magic Weekend charity shirt later this month. Motordepot have a long held association with Hull Kingston Rovers through varying forms of sponsorship such as advertising boards, back of shirt sponsorship, player sponsorship and supplying Cars for players. Managing director Steve Butterley explained the decision to take Motordepot’s involvement with the Robins to the next level: “Becom...

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  • Supermarket Sweeps up Stadium Funding Gap

    Building a new stadium is no easy undertaking. Planning and construction are both time-consuming and costly but without finance no project would ever get off the drawing board. In an era of belt-tightening earning the multi-million pound funding is harder than ever; There is often the will from local authorities but Government cuts have pushed priorities for them elsewhere, words of encouragement only go so far, it’s hard cash that clubs require to make their dreams of pristine facilities come...

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  • Aldi Play Rugby In Ireland

    Aldi Ireland have formed a new partnership with the Irish Rugby Football Union (IRFU) that will see the Supermarket chain provide “a substantial investment” to support ‘Play Rugby’, a national IRFU initiative for school children over the next four years. Aldi Play Rugby will assist teachers, coaches and parents involved in rugby at primary school level to develop a rugby programme in their school with the overall goal of encouraging school children to get active, participate in regular e...

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  • Cariparma Continue As Italy Sponsors

    The Italian Rugby Federation (FIR) has extended its sponsorship deal with Cariparma Credit Agricole Group committing to the body until 2017. Cariparma has been the FIR's principal commercial backer since January 2007 and as part of the new three-year deal the banking group will continue to serve as the shirt sponsor of Italy’s national rugby union side. It will also sponsor the upcoming autumn internationals, which will be known as Cariparma Test Matches. Financial terms of the renewal have no...

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  • Fylde away

    GEOFF LIGHTFOOT reports on how one North-West club came back from the brink of bankruptcy by losing their stuffy image   Almost bankrupt a few seasons ago and considered by some to be a ‘stuffy’ anachronism, Fylde are now without doubt one of the most commercially viable and go-ahead rugby clubs in the North-West of England. They run five senior sides and have a colts and mini/junior set-up second to none. However, it is the financial and commercial side of the club that has seen the bigges...

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  • Stadium For Cornwall Ready For Pirates In 2018

    The Stadium for Cornwall could be ready in two years' time, according to Cornish Pirates chairman Ian Connell. The GK IPA Championship club are hoping to move into the ground on the outskirts of Truro, which was given initial planning permission in July 2015. "I genuinely believe now that we are looking at occupation of the Stadium for Cornwall roundabout May or June 2018," Connell told BBC Radio Cornwall. The project would see a 10,000-capacity multi-sport ground built. The project has been hel...

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  • Tigers Reconsider Stadium Move

    Various news sources have reported that Castleford Tigers are considering shelving plans for a new stadium and may instead re-develop their existing Wheldon Road ground. Tigers chief executive Steve Ferres made the revelation at a meeting at Castleford’s Civic Hall last night which he called to update fans on the club’s “preCarious” financial position. Castleford signed a deal last year with developers to sell and redevelop their ground as a Supermarket, which would then fund a new £12...

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  • Rugby Seeks Loyalty Link To Boost Revenue

    It is one thing to get them through the door…making them come back is another issue. Returning customers are the lifeblood of any business, but particularly for professional sports organisations who only `trade` on average once a fortnight when the fixture list delivers a home game. For time immemorial sports clubs appeared to take it for granted that fans would turn up and made little effort to attract both the hard core and fair weather fans. Times have most definitely changed with advanced...

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  • Pirates And Irish Consider Dual-Use Options

    The hot topics of planning approval, judicial review and dual-use stadiums have cropped up for Cornish Pirates and London Irish this week. The firm behind the development of a new ground for Truro City say they are now willing to help fund the rival Stadium for Cornwall project. Helical Retail, who plan to build on Truro's current home, had called for a judicial review into the planning permission for Stadium for Cornwall as both projects seem to threaten the viability of each other. A compariso...

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  • Grape Expections - FirstCape on rugby sponsorship

    It’s often difficult for sponsors to gauge the exact return on their investments. RUNNING RUGBY talks to FirstCape, a new player in rugby sponsorship who know exactly what their investment in the British & Irish Lions has yielded.   In February 2008, the British & Irish Lions announced that they had signed their first-ever wine sponsor, FirstCape Wines, who would be investing over £1million into their sponsorship programme around the Lions tour. This was not only a first for the Lion...

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