Augur Marketing – Global Advertising
Soccer Stadium – Advertising Facts and Statistics
International Federation of Association Football or International Federation of Soccer) is the international governing body of association football (soccer) futbol and beach soccer. There are 209 national associations. Member countries must each also be members of one of the six regional confederations into which the world is divided: Africa, Asia, Europe, North & Central America and the Caribbean, Oceania and South America.
Augur Marketing is promoting sponsorship packages and promotional rights with International Sports Clubs.
The best features of advertising with International Sports Clubs are the global exposure, the ability to localize promotional efforts to specific target markets, business to business and business to consumer networking opportunities along with the variety of sponsorship and promotional options. You can custom select to advertise with only one team, nationally, regionally (Europe / South America) or globally.
Networking opportunities include VIP treatment at a series of pre-season, regular season or championship tournament matches (such as COPA America or European Championship) for your company and potential clients. You also have the ability to choose various methods of advertising including everything from a promotion on a jersey (your logo on a single players jersey), to LED boards, to stadium wall ads, to media advertising such as press events, print and television, websites and social media. One of the team websites alone receives over a million viewers.
In 2013, international soccer clubs had revenues of over 1.3 billion U.S. dollars, for a net profit of 72 million, and had cash reserves over 1.4 billion U.S. dollars.
Augur Marketing is your solution to regional and global advertising and sports team advertising is one of many options. Imagine your logo or commercial being seen by hundreds of thousands of avid fans around the world.
Contact Augur Marketing for more information http://www.augurmarketing.com/#!form/cpn. Main contact is Peter Bohn 1-571-217-2794, email@example.com or Richard Lewis at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Don’t have the global reach that you need, enough mind share in foreign markets?
Advertising with professional soccer teams is the perfect solution. In many countries, more than half of the populations tuned into the last World Cup. During the 2010 World Cup, 3.2 billion people watched part of the games from home.
Average in-home viewership around the globe for each of the 64 matches in 2010 World Cup was 188.4 million. Compare that to the US-record-setting 111.5 million viewers who tuned in to the 2014 Super Bowl. If you tried to watch end-to-end all 71,867 hours of television broadcast by global networks from the 2010 World Cup, you’d be watching TV for 8.2 years straight—without sleep.
- The games were broadcast to 214 countries and territories, 21 more than the membership of the United Nations.
- 3.2 billion people watched part of the games from home in 2010, roughly half the world’s population at the time.
- About 909.6 million home viewers watched some of the 2010 World Cup final between the Netherlands and Spain—more than 14 times the total population of both nations, and about
- Three times of the population of the United States.
- Out-of-home watchers of the 2010 final “likely pushed the total audience reach to more than 1 billion,” making it the most-watched event in the history of broadcast.
- Brazil 2014 has proved to be a social, mobile #WorldCup as more than a billion fans were able to join in across FIFA’s official digital platforms.
Attendance in the Global Stadium exceeded one billion users by the final whistle of the 2014 World Cup, meaning that the digital live and social hub could fit the equivalent of 13,380 Maracanas inside. The Global Stadium has been the social, online and mobile hub for the World Cup matches where fans could follow the games live and engage with friends, worldwide fans, players, coaches and celebrities. Football fans from every country in the world went through the virtual turnstiles to experience more than 40 billion impressions of official World Cup digital content.
Mobile and Social Media
Professional soccer’s mobile and social platforms contributed to the record-breaking crowds who engaged with the sports digital platforms, with 107 million fans connecting to official website and app content on mobile devices. The official FIFA app recently became the biggest sports event app of all time with a record 28 million downloads. An impressive 451 million Facebook users were reached with official professional soccer social content, while the Twitter followers surpassed the 16-million mark, with an average of ten new followers per second recorded on the opening match day. The official World Cup Instagram app increased from 42,000 to 0.8 million followers in 31 days, a growth rate of over 1,600 per cent.