Why Aldwinians Rugby Union Football Club
Aldwinians Rugby Union Football Club
Hello and welcome to the official SNAP Sponsorship profile of Aldwinians Rugby Union Football Club. We are a thriving club based in Manchester who have now decided to partner with SNAP to aid our development by advertising our assets through a platform that can connect us with local community business connections.
Why Sponsor Us?
Here are three reasons why you should sponsor Aldwinians Rugby Union Football Club!
Increase Brand Awareness
Aldwinians RUFC has a range of assets, both physical and digital, which could be significantly valuable for your company. By sponsoring us your business will experience a considerable increase in brand awareness which shall enable you to market the services that you offer to new target audiences.
Support Community Wellbeing
Aldwinians RUFC has a responsibility to our community to be a place where people can become better players and people. By sponsoring us your business will be positioned at the forefront of our operations to help us continue to deliver significant positive change for the members of our local area.
Engage Client Network
Aldwinians RUFC has a growing membership base that looks only set to increase. By sponsoring us your business will have the fantastic opportunity of communicating with our players, staff and supporters to connect your products to the potential clients that exist within our network.
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 packages please contact our page or an official club representative directly.
The Club Today
Aldwinians RUFC is in a great position at present. We have a wide range of teams which provide ample playing opportunities for individuals from the local community. These include seniors, minis, juniors, girls and mini-winnies. We are a club that champions inclusivity which is why we accommodate Rugby for every individual, regardless of age, ability or skill level.
Our facilities are maintained in perfect condition for the benefit of our members and guests. We also offer a function room which is available for hire that provides an amazing setting for personal family functions, such as birthdays, weddings and anniversaries as well as private corporate meetings. To find out further information please visit our official website.
Aldwinians RUFC has high ambitions for the future. We have already established a foundation towards how we approach sponsorship with various deals secured over the past years. However, with our membership base we feel like we had considerable room for improvement. We have now chosen to partner with SNAP. Through this process we will now look to enhance our available assets to ensure that brands, regardless of size or scale, can connect with our club.
Sponsorship is extremely important to a club such as ours. Through sponsorship we intend to grow our profile whilst also using it as a tool to secure essential revenue to fund existing projects. By doing this we will develop our facilities, upgrade our equipment and continue to be the best provider of Rugby within our local area, increasing our membership size and improve the overall experience for our players.
The seeds of the club were sown and cultivated on the playing fields of Audenshaw Grammar School from the time the school was formed in 1932 and then harvested at a meeting in the Headmasters Office in September 1936. The first Old Aldwinians team had an amazing inaugural season winning 20 games, drawing one and losing only one game. In the process 560 points were scored with only 214 conceded.
The quality of that side, which went on to have equally successful seasons in 1937-38 and 1938-39, is highlighted by the likes Davies and Waller who gained County honours plus club stalwarts and characters like Frank Bailey and Alan Moss - (both became Presidents) and Pringle and Draper. However there was one wiry young teenager, named Eric Evans, who went on to win 30 caps for England, captain his country 13 times, during which time he led England to a Grand Slam in 1956/57 and then a 5 Nations Championship the following season. Eric never forgot his roots. He was President of the club from 1958 to 1965.