ECB is re-launching its School products to give even more children the opportunity to participate in & learn through cricket.
ECB is re-launching its School products to give even more children the opportunity to participate in & learn through cricket - and to enable teachers to inspire children in the classroom, as well as the playground.
The result is an opportunity to 'own' School cricket, via Title Sponsorship of school-age Competitions Education Coaching Reward, Recognition & Spirit of Cricket initiatives
All-encompassing programme, involving key stakeholders and local delivery arms of our initiatives, reaching over 12,500 schools and hundreds of thousands of children, parents & teachers.
Brand awareness, staff (/branch/store) engagement, product sampling, CSR.
The 'Cricket for Life' Programme Competitions Kwik Cricket (aged 5-11, boys & girls) Lady Tavs Indoor (girls U13, U15) Chance to Compete (boys & girls U13, U15) Coaching Initiatives and resources: Chance to Shine/Cricket Foundation Coaching in-school England Women coaching ambassadors Cricket for Teachers via ECB Coach Education ('Howzat!' online resource) Classroom collateral Schools Challenge http://schoolschallenge.ecb.co.uk/#hero1 Plus, a to-be-developed online game aimed at young people.
Asda are the most recent sponsor of Kwik Cricket.
Vodafone were the title sponsor prior to this.
Branding on clothing, equipment.
Presence at interval of international cricket matches including replay screen message, PA announcements, programme advert
Presence on ECB digital channels.
Communications with County Boards and over 10,000 Schools.