The figures are in – and there’s never been a better time to get your business noticed with Huddersfield Town!
Recently released figures from the Football League for the 2012/13 season show Town’s brand exposure increased as the Club enjoyed its inaugural season in the Championship.
Huddersfield Town’s Commercial Manager – Advertising Mark Jacobs commented:
“It’s revealing to see, via the figures from the Football League, just how many people see the companies that advertise with us.
“The great thing about our advertising packages is that we can meet the needs of any company, whether it’s a small company that wants to raise awareness to local people or multinational companies who want to raise their brand presence globally through coverage from BBC, ITV and Sky Sports.”
The Club still has a number of advertising packages available for the Championship season, including crowd-facing boards to target fans in each of the four stands at the Stadium through to advertising boards focused on catching the cameras within our TV arc. Packages are also flexible and can be for a single game, a select number of games to fit with a targeted campaign or for a full season.
Facts and Figures in 2012/13
Imagine the power of your brand in front of these audiences…
– The Club’s turnstiles clicked nearly half a million times through last season
– Town’s home League game vs. Hull City, broadcast live on Sky Sports, averaged 231,000 TV viewers, peaking at 283,000
– Town FA Cup game against eventual FA Cup winners Wigan on ITV averaged 2.66 million viewers, peaking at 3 million
– During the 2012/13 season, Town’s home games were broadcast live to the Balkans, Norway, Slovakia, the Middle East, China, India, Indonesia, Burma, Singapore, Thailand and Australia.
– The BBC’s Football League Show on Saturday night averaged at 1,135,594 viewers, including iPlayer views.
– The BBC’s Late Kick-Off Show nationally averaged at 1,012,000 viewers
– Sky’s Soccer Saturday programme averaged 436,649 viewers
– Sky’s Goals on Sunday show averaged 160,167 viewers
For more details, contact Mark Jacobs via email@example.com or on 01484 484125