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Hello and welcome to the official SNAP Sponsorship profile of Team 780!
Based in heart of Scunthorpe our organisation is managed by high-quality qualified coaches who provide Football to the area through playing and training experiences. Our club is delighted to announce that we have partnered with SNAP to promote our sponsorship opportunities, connect with local businesses and secure essential revenue towards projects that will benefit both our club and community.
Why Sponsor Us?
Here are three reasons why your business should sponsor Team 780!
Increased Brand Awareness
Team 780 has a range of physical and digital assets to facilitate business engagement. Sponsorship of our club would significantly increase the brand awareness of your business to market the services you offer.
Great Networking Potential
Team 780 has over 100 playing members across various senior and youth sides. Sponsorship of our club would ensure that your business could connect your products with the potential clients within our network.
Support Club Development
Team 780 has major plans for the future of our organisation and wider community. Sponsorship of our club would support these endeavours, improving the experience of our players, fans and followers both on and off the pitch.
Please notify the club if there are any opportunities which are not currently present on our SNAP profile. To register your interest in any of our sponsorship packages please contact our page or an official club representative directly.
The Club Today
TEAM 780 is a highly-respected scheme that operates in the community to provide football development, holiday courses, after school clubs and in school sports sessions. We have a fantastic reputation for developing young players and assisting their footballing ambitions, having helped to support over 50 players which have reached professional senior, youth and academy status. The club firmly believe that the best way to nurture talent is to provide a clear pathway to enable progression. As a result of this we offer a broad range of schemes from weekly coaching for girls and boys, in school sports coaching, development team football (U13 - U16 playing in the Junior Premier League), foreign sports tours, post 16 opportunities and most recently a pathway into the senior game with our step 7 mens side.
At Team 780 we are passionate about maximising the experience of Football. This is why we facilitate a wide range of coaching programmes which are centred on developing technique, touch, intelligence and speed which are all fundamental attributes for a successful Football player. The club aspire to become the best development programme available in our region. All sponsorship revenue secured through our projects will be directed toward this, allowing us to provide greater opportunities for progression both as a player and individual, regardless of age, gender or socio-economic background. As a sport Football has an immense power for positive change. As a club we want to help implement that change so that our players and wider community can benefit from it.
Established in 2010 by by UEFA-licensed coach, Christopher Priestley and Oliver Bradbury, Team 780 thave created something truly special, forming a community rather of a club, which champions inclusivity and development above all. Over the past decade Team 780 have grown from a small scheme and now delivers football and sport as a charitable organisation that is supported by several streams of activity. This includes 10 teams, a regional talent centre and a fantastic partnership with a leading 6th form college.
Team 780 are proud to have developed the following players that have progressed to play at a professional level:
Charles Vernam (Grimsby Town)
Ross Barrows (Kings Lynn Town)
Kyle Wootton (Scunthorpe United)
Noel Burdett (Scunthorpe United)
Lewis Butroid (Scunthorpe United)