British Eventing Announce Sponsorship Opportunities

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British Eventing Announce Sponsorship Opportunities

British Eventing (BE) currently has a selection of sponsorship opportunities available, offering the chance to become involved with all the aspects of this exciting sport.

British Eventing has enjoyed significant sporting success in recent years coupled with extremely loyal and engaged following. Achievements in 2018 included Great Britain becoming both the team and individual World Champions in eventing, along with every one of the British Youth teams taking a medal from their respective European Championships. With competition built across the levels, beginners can regularly compete against Olympians, and is one of the few sports where men and women compete directly against each other, making it very accessible and diverse.

The work done around audiences as a part of the commercial research shows an audience of 1 million who are regularly attending eventing annually in the UK, with fans that are passionate, engaged and brand disposed, with over 53 per cent being more likely to have a favourable opinion of brands partnering with BE.

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Across the current opportunities BE has available, there are a range of benefits including on event branding and presence , British Eventing Life magazine and online features, as well as access to a large and engaged following via social channels.

Current sponsorship opportunities within the sport include the redeveloped BE80(T) series and Championship, giving a year-round reach across the grassroots market with a destination venue for the Championship. The Young Rider Team gives the chance to support up and coming talent, with reach across a series of events with fantastic exposure around the team as they compete at both the UK and European Championships.


There’s further chance to support youth in the Under 18 series and Championships and also young horse talent in the revised Young Horse Championships; taking in horses aged four to seven and utilizing a range of events, with once again a fitting Championship at the end of the season. 2019 also sees the opportunity to support the CCI3*-S European Cup British Team as they prepare for this unique team competition before heading to the European Championship.

Various pricing options and packages are available across the products, for further details on these please contact

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View the Commercial Content Guide for the sport HERE.

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