To discuss match day or longer term advertising or sponsorship, please get in touch with:
Stevie Thornton (Commercial team) on 07725 540387
Kevin Miller (Head of Marketing and PR) on 07833 736234
Whitehawk FC has a national reputation for forward thinking and equalities, inspired by our belief in ‘Football For All’ . We have national as well as local companies big and small, along with individuals, keen to be associated with our club’s values.
Utilita Energy sponsor our first team shirts, as well as our Rainbow Rovers kit which includes a unique design by Turner nominated artist and club vice-president David Shrigley. Focus Group of Worthing also feature on our kit. Utilita Energy and McLaren Group, as well as numerous local companies and organisations advertise around the ground. Our Youth team is sponsored by Brighton Couriers.
Brighton based KSD and Newhaven’s Trafalgar Group, along with the GMB, have been long term sponsors of the club.
We realise these are difficult times for many businesses, but your expertise or time could be just as valuable as cash. The Brighton based agency Huxley Digital designed and donated the Rainbow Rovers website and Magicman of Portslade donate their teams of trainees to carry out makeovers to specific parts of the ground. During lockdown the Saltdean company Black Rock Asphalt donated their expertise and time to re-roof the entire clubhouse. 100 Brighton College students from their Hampden House donate time every year as part Make A Difference Day. Two years ago they worked with an ecologist to undertake vital restorative environmental work on the South Downs side of our ground. If your company or organisation would like to make similar contributions, please get in touch.
Our fans, officials, staff and players are committed supporters of local charities, such as MIND (in partnership with our friends at Dulwich Hamlet FC), the Whitehawk Foodbank, East Brighton Food Co-op and the Connor Saunders Foundation.
The club have an innovative and very active media team that guarantees you maximum exposure across social media, locally, nationally and internationally. As well as local TV, radio and print, a documentary team from the Optus Sports channel in Australia produced ‘Football for All’ in 2020 and in 2022 filming was undertaken by an independent production company for a forthcoming documentary ‘Anti-Idiots’.
In recognition of our values and community work, we were chosen as Sussex Sports Club of the Year 2019-2020.