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Birmingham Bisons Handball Club

Why Birmingham Bisons Handball Club

Birmingham Handball Club is the only community handball club in Birmingham.
We are a developing club, with a big vision to see handball grow in the second city, the potential in Birmingham is huge!
Handball is a fast paced, physical and exciting sport and is being played in more and more schools and universities as it grows in popularity.
Birmingham Bisons Handball Club Default location
39 Portman Road
39 Portman Road West Midlands B13 0SH
United Kingdom
West Midlands GB

About us:

BIRMINGHAM BISONS HANDBALL CLUB:

WHY SPONSOR US?

Birmingham Bisons Handball Club is formally constituted and is affiliated to the England Handball Association. The club takes governance seriously and we are keen to ensure that the club is run well, transparently, and for the benefit of its members and the wider community. The club Constitution and club policies are available on request. 

Birmingham Bisons Handball Club have decided to partner with SNAP to better showcase their amazing sponsorship opportunities.

Please notify the club if there are any sponsorship opportunities which are not currently present on our SNAP profile. To register your interest in any of our sponsorship packages please contact our SNAP Sponsorship profile or an official club representative directly.

Membership:

We have both adult and youth teams entering the England Handball Regional and National leagues. This gives great experience in playing handball in some competitive and tough leagues! We also play friendlies against local clubs and schools, so there are opportunities to play and develop experience in a less pressured environment. 

We have around 130 members, 100 of which are extremely active - this is a rough split of 50/50 youths and seniors. We are also proud to say we offer sport to ages from 12 up, and have a wide range of ethnicity in the club. Inclusivity is key at Birmingham Bisons.

Partnering with Birmingham Bisons opens a broad range of potential customers for your brand - different ages and genders. 

The Club Today:

​We have grown over the years and now run 4 teams, an adult men's and adult women's teams and 2 youth teams for boys and girls. In 2022 our men's team won the North and Midlands Regional League and has been promoted to the North and Midlands league 1.

Our youth teams have produced several players playing in England Handball Midlands Academies as well as an England Futures player and an U17 GB international. For 2022-23, we will be entering a second men's team into EHA leagues and building on the success of the Bisons Shield, a competition for primary aged children which we ran in 2022 for the first time. 

Aspirations:

Our vision is to be one of the major handball clubs in Britain and a centre of handball development in the Midlands. We have some way to go to achieve this vision at the current time, but we are excited at the potential in and around Birmingham and know that if we don’t achieve the vision, we’ll have fun playing this great game and make new friends doing so! 

We are also aiming to develop a partnership with the University of Birmingham Handball Club to strengthen both our clubs.

History:

We originally started out as South Birmingham Handball Club in February 2018 following the desire to see the fantastic sport of handball grow in the Midlands and particularly in Birmingham. In 2021 we changed our name to Birmingham Handball Club to reflect our aim to see handball grow throughout all of Birmingham, not just the south of the city.

 

Club exposure:

Media reach - total annual impressions: ( 23,388 )
Type: 
Facebook
Value: 
1,500
Type: 
Twitter
Value: 
21,888

Information

Region: 
England
Gender: 
Both
Membership size: 
50 - 100
Average weekly attendance: 
0 - 50

Teams

Number of Players: 
50 - 100
Male
Senior (2)
Youth (1)
Female
Senior (1)
Youth (1)
Age Band: 
All Working Age Adults
Under 18
12 - 18
19 – 24
25 – 34
35 – 44
45 – 54
55 – 64
Social demographics: 
A - Upper middle class
B - Middle class
C1 - Lower middle class
C2 - Skilled working class
D - Working class
E - Those at lowest level of subsistence

Facilities

No Facilities