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FIFA WORLD CUP 2006 on UKTV G2

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The only opportunity to associate with the 'BBC Games' in a commercial environment.

Tell us about the Opportunity / What is it?

This is your opportunity to become UKTV Sports broadcast sponsor of the FIFA World Cup 2006. Sponsorship of all 32 BBC games live plus daily highlights show, covering all 64 games. Broadcasting over 200 hours of match programming more than any other British broadcaster. An event not to be missed. Presented in a UKTVG2 tone of voice alternative to Lineker, Hansen & Lawrenson.

What is the Marketing Objective?

Perfect opportunity to target upmarket young males in a pure environment.

How does it work?

Accreditation; Pre Match build up (1 hour); 8 x 10 second (Sponsorship Bumpers) Live Game; 8 x 10 second (Sponsorship Bumpers) Further information is available upon request.

Who's used it in the past?

UKTVG2 has not previously been associated with any other brand... be the first sponsor of this top event!

Features / Benefits

The only opportunity to associate with the 'BBC Games' in a commercial environment. Our unique opportunity offers more coverage than any other broadcaster with more in depth previews starting earlier than BBC/ITV. The sponsor will also benefit from fan interaction and involvement with our live phone ins and fans Vs. pundits.

Guide PriceReach & FrequencyTarget AudienceMedia Types
£251k to £500k200 more hours of match coverage than any other broadcaster
TV
LocationTimingsMarketing ObjectiveOpportunity Type
NATIONAL09 Jun 06 - 09 Jul 06BUILD AWARENESSSPONSORSHIP / MEDIA
SPONSORSHIP / SPORT / FOOTBALL
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