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Soccer Tournament Email Marketing attracts over 50,000 unique visitors a month, all of whom have specifically stated their interest in attending a soccer tournament. Many of them either sign up for our Tournament Alerts newsletter or they opt-in to our email list for receiving tournament email notifications from us.

Email Campaigns

Tournament directors can email these visitors with specific messages inviting them to attend their tournaments. We can target those emails by geographic region so that a tournament in Florida doesn't end up emailing teams in Oregon. We can also target by age-group, gender and role in club - coaches, teams managers, parents, directors of coaching, etc. So if you have a tournament in New England, and you're trying to boost sign-ups specifically for a u15 girls bracket, we can probably help you out.

All email broadcasts cost $145. Tournaments typically sign up for a campaign of three to five. the cost includes help with the wording and layout and all necessary rounds of editing.

Newsletter Ads

We have two email newlsetters that go out to two distinct and separate lists. One goes to tournament directors, and offers information on how to run the most successful tournament possible. The other goes out to tournament attendees (coaches, team managers, parents, etc.) and offers articles on how to give your team the best possible tournament experience. Both of these newsletters offer sponsorship and advertising opportunities.

For more information on our soccer tournament email programs, or for combo packages that include premium listing Social Media Marketing or Ad Banners, please email us directly or give us a call at (508) 888-1502.

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