Russian Rugby League Seeking Sponsors

By Daniel Andruczyk, from RRL.

The Russian Rugby league is searching for sponsors to become an important part in the development of rugby league in Russia. There is a great opportunity to become the major sponsor of the Russian Rugby League team which will include sponsorship details featuring on the new Russian national team uniform.

As the major sponsor, you will not only gain the luxury of being the Russian Rugby League national team main jersey sponsor, but will also benefit from:

  • Your company name to become synonymous with the Russian Rugby League national team for the duration of your sponsorship period.
  • Your company logo along with a link to your website to be displayed as the major sponsor on the Russian Rugby League website.
  • Photos featuring the Russian Rugby League jersey to be posted on The Russian Rugby League website along with match videos.
  • A news article advertising the partnership between the two organizations to be presented on the Russian Rugby League website.
  • Your company to be advertised as the major sponsor of Russian Rugby League.

Due to the short time frame required for the sponsor logos to be included on the Russian Rugby League team uniform, all reasonable sponsorship offers will be considered.

Russian Rugby League has a number of sponsorship opportunities available, so if you would like to find out more about our existing sponsorship proposals please contact RRL on:  taturyan38@mail.ru

Edgard A. Taturyan, President

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Sponsorship Proposal

Title Sponsor: Package: 16,000,000 rubles (400,000 euro)

Russian National Team Title Sponsor: 6,000,000 rubles (150,000 euro)

“Association of Rugby League Clubs”(ARLC) Title Sponsor: 10,000,000 rubles (250,000 euro)

  • Your Company Logo will be placed on the Russian RL National Team and Russian RL Clubs game shirts.
  • Your Company Name will become a synonym of the Russian RL National Team for the whole period of sponsorship.
  • Your Company Logo will be placed on ARLC website http://www.rrlf.ru/.
  • Your Company will be advertised as the Title Sponsor of the Russian RL National Team at all ARLC games and events.
  • Your Company Logo will be placed on all printed ARLC materials such as booklets, diaries, posters and etc.
  • ARLC Logo can be used on your Company goods for sale.
  • Banners with Your Company Logo will be disposed at all RL games and events with the Russian RL National Team participation and at all ARLC games and events.
  • Your representatives can participate in all ARLC official events.
  • You can use the “Title Sponsor” name in your advertising campaigns.
  • Your representatives can attend Russian RL National Team official and friendly games and events.
  • Your company will be named the “Title Sponsor” in all media reports and interviews dedicated to the Russian RL National Team games and events.

 

Daniel Andruczyk’s email: daniel@rugbyleagueinternationalscores.com
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22 Responses to “Russian Rugby League Seeking Sponsors”

  1. Chris Sanders says:

    How much is the RFL going to put into this after all the Poms run the game in the Nothern Hemishere?And where’s the $10,000(US)from the RLIF that is still owed to the Russians from the 2008 RLWC or have they passed the buck down to the RLEF?
    The RLEF wouldn’t know the time of day.

    • druzik says:

      Its not the RFLs job to do anything internationally. They regulate the game in England and the UK… not the world.

      You need to take it up with the RLIF about the WC money.

      You need to realise you have to work with the RLEF… otherwise you will not get anywhere. If you keep this line going then nothing will happen for you.

  2. Chris Sanders says:

    Well time they got better people there Daniel because just like the RLIF the RLEF is also dysfunctional as well.
    The RFL have ploughed plenty of money into Wales as there was no need to set up 2 failed professional SL Franchises in South and North Wales(Co-Operative CH and CH 1 were good enough to lay the foundations) as the corporative sponsorship base wasn’t there and the RFL are bearing the fruits of the harvest now with well over 9,000 registered players in Wales.A precident has been set as Wales are a country.
    The RLEF is driven by the RFL and so are part and parcel of the parent body.

    • druzik says:

      They have persisted, Chris, sure mistakes have been made but they learn. Welsh RL has grown which is great to see and are not dependent on the RFL.

      However any team playing in the ESL, Championship and championship 1, which are RFL, competitions need to follow by their stipulations and rules.

      The RLEF actually don’t get money from the RFL anymore, they are able to self fund themselves now from European Union grants and sponsorship.

  3. Chris Sanders says:

    Of course Russia aren’t part of the European Union??
    You have always got all the answers Daniel and it’s good to know as you always get your facts right!
    However,the guts of it all,is that Russia have to help themselves and that’s fair enough and whether they survive the test of time remains to be seen.
    The Roar has predicted all doom and gloom yet again and that the game in Russia is on its’ last legs!!
    When was the last time Danny Kasandijian and Julia Bennison ventured into Russia to sort the mess out??

    • druzik says:

      Chris, The Roar website is not really worth your time… they are basically an AFL lacky and tend to be ant any other football other than AFL… well that has been my experience anyway.

    • Paul says:

      Hi There I live and work in Moscow as far as i know there is NO rugby league played here anymore its a myth.I have spoken to several aussies recently here who all play rugby (prefer league) but have no choice but to play union and each one said that the RL comp is a joke at most there is 3 teams and 90% of the time the game is cancelled through lack of players.I dont know what the score is elsewhere in russia but here in Moscow all the promise of 10/15 years ago has gone.

      • druzik says:

        Have you tried to get in touch with the RRL? I see that you work in Eurosports media, maybe you could talk to them and see what help they need and how you can help?

  4. Chris Sanders says:

    What about the Union element there too!They are all dogs just death wishing the death of Rugby League in Russia that proves that there’s a conspiracy to killed off the sport in Russia for once and for all!
    What are the RFL,RLIF and the rest of the Rugby League World doing about it?
    Sweet FA!!!

  5. Chris Sanders says:

    But do our administrators really care about our game Daniel?Tell me one that really does care about the game?
    I can’t name one,yet years ago there were plenty about who fought fire with fire.
    In some parts of the World,the free gangway has not been respected between the 2 codes and this is not good enough, because Rugby League has been victimised yet again and our officials turn the other cheek.
    This is not good enough!!

  6. Chris Sanders says:

    But that has also been a big trouble too as it hasn’t worked with the game ‘Down Under”.Remember Lewis has won nothing in reguards to GB or England and it has been a very,very long time in between drinks.
    The fact that the RFL has scrapped Reserve Grade or A Team football has been a blessing in disguise,as the SL Clubs now loan their players out to the Co-Operative Championship and Co-Operative Championship 1 Clubs!
    A great cost cutting exercise and time to scrap the NSW Cup so the NRL Clubs can cut the cloth better!
    This is the main reason why the RFL made a record profit last year of 8.7 million pounds!

    • druzik says:

      Superleague has its academy teams and also it does have an A team … its called the Knights. You also forget the Lionhearts which is the National rep team for the Conference divisions.

      The reason why England is struggling at the moment is for a couple reasons… ones I am not willing to repeat publicly.

  7. Chris Sanders says:

    What?Too many Australian Rugby League coaches in SL just looking for the pension which has ruined the whole English style of play!
    No wonder why they can’t beat Australia consistently,because the Poms aren’t playing their traditional rollin style of football, which once upon a time,gave them the edge!
    Now they play football with the dump!!

    • druzik says:

      Nope that is not it.

      Chris, you are looking at the wrong place with that. Coaches go where they are, they apply for the best positions, teams will take who they feel are the best. You can’t fault them for that.

  8. Chris Sanders says:

    Well you lost me!

  9. Chris Sanders says:

    Fair enough!!Best to keep things to yourself Daniel as a lot of people in our game can’t be trusted!
    The least they know the better and make sure that if you come with any ideas get it tied up with lawyers as then no one can steal it!

  10. Alex-P says:

    The Russian’s seem to be very active of late Dan and very willing to progress. I take it WC2013 qualification failure hasn’t hit them too hard??

    What are their international plans this year? Euro Shield and Canada?? Stankevitch still in charge?

    Cheers mate

    • druzik says:

      Well, I think they realise that they have to be more proactive than what they were. having sugar daddy’s does not work, not unless they have grown up with the sport.

      I think if anything the RLWC qualifiers have put new vigour into them.

      Yes, The plan is Canada and the Euro shield (Germany, Itlay and Serbia).

  11. Chris Sanders says:

    We certainly hope so??

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