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Throughout its history, Dundee High Rugby has been home to many players who have attained representative honours - including full Scotland and British and Irish Lions caps.
In recent years we have consolidated our position as one of the top clubs in Scottish rugby and our junior section, Dundee Eagles, offers a vibrant Rugby environment to children from P1 to under 18 from schools throughout Dundee.
In order to sustain and build on these achievements, the club needs to work very hard on fundraising in a variety of ways . All sponsorship money raised directly supports the playing, coaching and admin costs of running 3 senior and at least 5 junior sides, including:
Full-time Development Officer and Assistants
Travel and kit costs of fielding our junior sides
Gym costs for players
Player support particularly students
Travel costs for players living outwith Dundee
Medical and Physiotherapy costs
Main Club Sponsor £ by arrangement
High profile and local publicity
The company name on the playing jerseys
Company support promoted through the Scottish rugby community
Pitch-side advertising board
Colour advertising in all match programmes
Hospitality at all home games throughout the season including lunch and post match reception
Exposure to the local business community via the Club
Provision to entertain clients or members of the company at matches
Guest table at the annual sportman's dinner
International players helping to promote your company
Framed club jersey with the company name
Other Sponsorship Packages
1 Premiership Match Sponsor (£650)
Pitch-side AND programmes (£900)
Pitch-side OR programmes (£550/£350)
+1 lunch club for 8* (£360)
+1 lunch club for 4* (£180)
1 match ball sponsorship (£75)
Logo link on Club website
Hoop £1700/ £1500
* Subject always to availability
All Sponsorship Packages include access to tickets for Scotland Internationals – in particular at Murrayfield Note - other Packages on similar lines to the above are available by negotiation
Match Sponsorship - £650
Drinks reception and lunch for 10 guests before the match and hospitality with the committee and players after the game. Recognition in match programme
Lunch Club - £325/£625
Drinks reception before the match followed by a full 3 course lunch with wine for 6 (£425) or 12 (£625). Starts approximately two hours before kick off and includes match tickets.
Alternatively speak to the player himself or a committee member or click CONTACTS above.
We will publish the list of sponsors in the match day programs throughout the season and on the player's profile page.
Advert in every home match programme throughout Season including Premiership, Scottish Cup and British and Irish Cup matches. All advertisements are in full colour.
£350 full page
£200 half page
£100 quarter page
£50 eighth page
£400 full page inside cover
£500 full page back cover
In addition we can produce Banner advertising on other pages including the centre pages with Team-sheet.
Advertising boards erected along touchline or banner displayed at every home league and cup match. Production costs are included in price. Size approximately 10 x 2.5 feet. £550 per season
The Dundee High Flyer free paper advertising from £50
Dundee High Rugby Club have a full colour free paper. Five thousand copies are distributed in the Dundee area to companies, retail outlets and are also put through letter boxes. There are a variety of advertising sizes available.
Banner advert and link to web page from Club Website.
Please contact the Club Secretary directly for further details.
Banner advertising and direct web page links are available on our electronic newsletter distributed weekly throughout the season.
Please contact the Club Secretary directly for further details.
Dundee Eagles are Dundee’s biggest junior rugby club for boys and girls from ALL primary or secondary schools in Dundee or the surrounding area. We have teams from P4 through to U18's as well as our weekly training for the P1-P3 age group
DUNDEE’S ALAN BROWN SELECTED FOR BARBARIANS
Dundee HSFP captain and club stalwart Alan Brown, has achieved one of the highest rugby honours for a player having been selected to play for the Barbarians (Posted 30 October 2014)
Dicko in Dundee!
As a follow on to the summer sessions from the Edinburgh pro coaches at Dundee, Alistair Dickinson will deliver part of the club session this Tuesday (21st October at 6.30pm). (Posted 19 October 2014)
Full Time Scores
Full Time Scores Saturday 20/09/2014 (Posted 20 September 2014)
TFI Friday 19th Sept 2014
Votes counted and a historic large yes vote. Yes women will be able to join the R&A. Not sure how that affects me or any other rubbish golfer but hey ho! Well done the girlies. The other vote may have to wait a few hours yet! (Posted 19 September 2014)
Terry Allison Memorial Fund
As you will know, the Club lost a great servant and supporter almost exactly a year ago when Terry Allison lost his battle with angiosarcoma, a rare and aggressive form of cancer. (Posted 18 September 2014)
TFI Friday 12th Sept. 2014
A very successful first of the season TFI Friday® last week and a split decision on the winner of the guess the wine™ competition. (Posted 12 September 2014)
Biggar 6-39 Dundee
Dundee travelled to bottom of the league Biggar in desperate search of that first away win which had thus far escaped the side this campaign. (Posted 27 October 2013)
Selkirk 15-13 Dundee
Dundee’s search for their first away of the season continued in agonising fashion as they fell 15-13 at the hands of Selkirk. (Posted 20 October 2013)
Dundee 40-7 Peebles
Dundee blew Peebles away with a dominant second half display to win 40-7 and maintain their 100% home record, notching up their fifth straight Mayfield victory. (Posted 12 October 2013)
Stewart's Melville 21-18 Dundee
Dundee again failed to replicate their Mayfield magic, falling to another defeat on the road to slip back into 5th place; overtaken by their conquerors on the day Stewart’s Melville after succumbing to a narrow 21-18 loss. (Posted 06 October 2013)
Dundee 48-17 GHA
Dundee banished the memory of the previous week’s disappointment with a comprehensive 48-17 victory over GHA. (Posted 29 September 2013)
Watsonians 36-15 Dundee
Dundee suffered their second loss of the season away to top of the table Watsonians. (Posted 21 September 2013)
Dundee 21-12 Kelso
Dundee overcame a strong Kelso side in a pulsating encounter at Mayfield to continue their 100% home record. (Posted 14 September 2013)
Boroughmuir 37-17 Dundee
Dundee succumbed to their first defeat of the season, falling 37-17 at the hands of Boroughmuir in a frustrating encounter. (Posted 08 September 2013)
It took a last gasp, injury time try from Callum Bowie and conversion from Bryce Hosie to steal the points in what was an extremely competitive encounter. (Posted 01 September 2013)
Dundee 67-11 Biggar
Dundee welcomed Biggar to Mayfield for the season’s opener. Eager to ignite an early charge towards promotion whilst remaining cautious and respectful to their opponents was the agenda. It was a day for cool heads and raging hearts. (Posted 25 August 2013)
Heriots v Dundee
Colin Robertson continues to be pleased with the progress of the squad after a very close 4 tries each game of 3 @ 30 mins against Heriots RFC at St.Andrews on Sat. (Posted 12 August 2013)
A large squad played 4 x 20 minute games v Howe of Fife at Cupar. Dundee won the contest 40 – 17 (6 tries to 3) and new Head Coach Colin Robertson was pleased with the application. (Posted 09 August 2013)
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