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Solar Soccer Club

Sponsorship opportunities for Solar Soccer Club
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Adrian Solca

on 21 February 2018

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Solar Soccer Club
Soccer Excellence Through Development
Solar Soccer Club was established in 1976 and is proud to be the oldest continuous soccer club in the Dallas Fort Worth area for both boys and girls.

As a 501(c)3 non-profit organization we strive to develop players for the college & professional level, focusing on excellence through player development on and off the field. We reinforce the growth of our young men and women into future leaders, not only in the sport of soccer, but as respected members of our community.

We take pride in winning multiple national championships and elite tournaments on both the girls and boys side. Solar Soccer Club is nationally recognized for its continued advancement of players to collegiate, national and professional teams.

MISSION STATEMENT
Our Story
Highest Level of Play
The USSDA program is the highest level of play available nationally. The U.S. Soccer Development Academy program provides education, resources, and support to impact everyday club environments in order to develop world-class players.
Elite Clubs National League is for elite female soccer players in the United States. Their innovative, player-centered programming enhances the overall experience of soccer by creating a better, more enjoyable, and more successful player, coach, and club development model.
Over 14 million Americans play soccer every year.


Out of those 14 million Americans, roughly 930,600 reside in Texas.
Solar currently has over 142 teams across the metroplex that compete at every level of soccer including ECNL, Development Academy and USCS Pre-Academy.

Soccer Demographics
Uniform Sponsor
Facility
Representation
Prominent banner placement at Solar managed facilities.

Additional opportunity available for Allen location with over 90K impressions daily.
Tournament Naming Rights
Club Sponsorships
Additional Opportunities
In addition to Solar tournaments being advertised and recognized nationally, the local impact far reaches beyond Solar players. Tournaments have participation from every club in the metroplex.
Prominent placement of sponsor logo on every game uniform. This is a 2 year commitment.

Weekly impressions total over 10K
1976
1984
1992
Accomplishments
Soccer Camps
Pinktober
Banquet

2007 - 90B National Champions
2008 - 90B and 91B National Champions
42 Solar players have been selected for the National Team


College Commitment


86% of our student athletes attend college many of which continue to play soccer.
Spring break, summer break, winter break and College ID camps

T-shirt included for every camper

Product marketing
Breast cancer awareness campaign that every player supports by wearing a special pink game shirt.

Social media contests

Club banquet that celebrates player/team accomplishments

Recognition of outgoing graduating players and incoming competitive players.

Achievements
Demographics
Development Philosophy
Additional information
Jennifer@Solarsoccerclub.com
214-454-5106
Opportunities
Club formation 1976
Girls program added
First National title
2007
2016
Invited to join DA
Substantial growth
Raffle Sponsor
Every competitive player in Solar participates in our Club wide raffle. This opportunity provides the players means to offset club/team fee's associated with soccer.
Impressions for this campaign exceed 50K
Website/ Club App
Representation available on main page of club website and club app that is utilized by every player and parent in the club on a daily basis.
Impressions average over 20K weekly
Newsletter
Community
Programs
Daddy/Daughter Dance

Roadmap to Select

Coaches meetings

College Night


51 Competitive boys team
22 Juniors Boys teams
49 competitive girls teams
20 Juniors Girls teams
175 Teams
Club Tournaments
Juniors Program
Our Juniors program is designed to introduce competitive soccer to those players that are looking for professional training beyond recreational soccer. Juniors teams start at U5 (4 year old) through U10 (9 year old)
While we are proud of our accomplishments on and off the field we believe that player development is the foundation to our organization.
25% of frequent soccer participants say coaches influence their purchase decisions, and 26% say teammates and other athletes influence their purchase decisions
Branding and/or dedicated article

Sent quarterly to 12K database of local soccer families
Marketing Director
Jennifer Pivnick
Your Target Audience Sees You
Competitive players by birth year
Male vs Female
Club Demographics by Zip Code
2016 - 03G National Champions
2010 - 94G National Champions
State and National titles
Adrian Solca
Executive Director
ASolca@Solarsoccerclub.com
682-365-7073
Research finds that in addition to improved physical health, sports play a positive role in youth development including improved academic achievement, higher self-esteem, fewer behavioral problems, and better psychosocial mentality.

Sports help create the five “C’s” of development - Competence, Confidence, Connections, Character and Caring - which are considered critical components of productive youth development.

The discipline of training, working together as a team, learning to lose along with learning to win, all provide lifelong skills for young athletes.

Sports provide an opportunity for children to safely navigate and negotiate between right and wrong as they learn to interact with peers and adults.
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