The UKBJJA are sending a team of the top ranked adult BJJ athletes to the IBJJF Europeans in Lisbon, Portugal in January 2016. We are giving businesses and companies an opportunity to advertise on the athlete’s gis which will give broad exposure for your products.Over 3000 individuals from around the world attend this event, matches are live streamed and it is one of the most important competitions of the year.
You have the chance to put your name to the best athletes in the UK who will be representing us in Lisbon and share in the UKBJJA brand and its marketing opportunities. All these athletes have won title and medals at major international competitions and chances of success and international exposure at the Europeans are high. This is the opportunity to have your brand associated with UK success. You can explore the athlete profiles in more detail by and investigate our marketing and media platforms by downloading our sponsorship pack, or following the related links. Included in the pack is a poster of the team gi with prices for each suggested bid for patch space. This gives your company coverage on the whole team’s gis, 10 top ranked athletes with a very good chance of winning European Gold.
The UKBJJA PR team are planning a national press campaign to mark the event. If you run a business trading in BJJ, martial arts or sports and fitness, or are a business want to support emerging UK sporting talent, we would like to have you on board,supporting our athletes and our sport. Just send your proposal to [email protected]
The UKBJJA (www.ukbjja.org) is a not-for profit organisation which aims to provide a governance structure for the martial art of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, that promotes and develops the sport while allowing individual clubs and practitioners the space and freedom to practice the martial art in the way they enjoy.
The UKBJJA is currently under assessment to be recognised by Sport England as the governing body for Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu in the UK. The UKBJJA was formed in 2013, and the association’s goal is to foster the development of BJJ at elite, community and grassroots levels, raising the profile of the sport but also providing pathways for development and involvement across communities in the UK. Visit UKBJJA atwww.ukbjja.org or follow us on Twitter @ukbjja.