Promote Your Business with Cincy SC

Cincy SC has built a powerful brand equity of Excellent organization and communications, top-notch coaching and Player development, Integrity, and Community. Our club, and the tournaments we host, have grown to become some of the largest and highly-regarded in the region.

We think we can add value to local brands that share our EPIC values of Excellence, Player (personal) development, Integrity, and Community.

Cincy SC players listen to their coach instructions.

Cincy SC players love their 2018-19 jerseys with Keystone on one sleeve and the American flag on the other.

Each year we purchase one new jersey for every player. That jersey becomes the “primary” jersey for that fall and spring. The following fall and spring it becomes the “alternate” jersey, and then they are collected and donated.

50% of the cost of the sponsorship goes to offset uniform costs that are paid by the Club. The other 50% are earmarked for our Scholarship Fund that helps players that want to be a part of Cincy SC but whose families need a little help financially.

We expect to have about 450 players and 30 teams in 2019-20. Over the two-year club life span for the jerseys, that rounds to about 30,000 appearances in games and because kids love to wear there jerseys everywhere, a whole lot more. Potential sponsor logo spots include both sleeves and the back under the number.

If your brand or business would like to claim a spot, please reach out to Brett or Russell to start the conversation.

Cincy SC Promotion Opportunities

  • Jersey, one sleeve, ~2.5″ x 2″ – $2,500 + logo printing costs*

  • Back, below numbers, ~4″ x 3″- $4,000 + logo printing costs*

Jersey with ACME as sleeve sponsor.

Players (and roadrunners) are hoping your brand will help sponsor for our jerseys and scholarship fund.

* Logo printing can vary based on # of colors/layers. It’s usually around $1.00-$1.50/jersey. For 2019/20, we’re hoping to include the sponsor logo as part of the sublimated jersey design, which would mean it would be dyed into the jersey rather than screen printed or heat transferred on.


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