ADVERTISE WITH EFL IN 2014

ADVERTISE WITH EFL IN 2014

Sunday, February 02, 2014

 

Want to advertise your local business through the league's media channels in 2014?

The EFL offers a range of advertising opportunities through the league's website, social media, print and radio coverage, which reaches a wide audience across the Eastern suburbs of Melbourne.

If you are interested, or would like some more information about advertising with the EFL, please contact:

Ben Waterworth
Call: 9762 5766
Email:
bwaterworth@efl.org.au.

 

Below are some media channels your business could use to advertise through...

 

THE EASTERN FOOTBALLER (Football record)

The Eastern Footballer is a weekly 64-page publication that is available at all senior finals games.

It contains both colour and black and white pages.

Used as the essential guide to a day at the football, the Eastern Footballer includes feature and colour articles, regular columns, the playing list of each club, club notes, numerous awards, as well as results from the previous week.

The record receives double the exposure, with a digital version of the record available on the EFL website every Monday.

Click HERE to view online versions of the 2013 Eastern Footballer.

 

WEBSITE

The EFL website attracts a significant amount of daily traffic, averaging 13 million pageviews per year.

You can advertise your club or business on the front page of our website in the news section, simply by providing us with a picture and some text.

All banner flash advertising is dealt through SportingPulse.

 

SOCIAL MEDIA

The EFL is heavily involved in social media and has developed a substantial following across a number of platforms.

Check out our Facebook and Twitter pages.

 

RADIO

The EFL has developed a professional radio coverage over recent years.

The professional nature of our broadcasts, and the feedback we receive, highlights how important the coverage of local football over the radio is to keep fans in touch with what is going on around the league.

EFL Gameday, a match of the day broadcast, occurs each Saturday, with listeners also informed of score updates all other EFL matches being played.

Apart from the match of the day coverage, there are also two mid-week programs.

'Ekera' EFL Sunday is a morning review program, discussing the results, best players and goalkickers from the previous day.

The Huddle is our Wednesday night that takes a lighter look at the EFL, featuring 'Club Corner' and a number of other segments.

All radio coverage receives double exposure, with EFL Gameday broadcast live and replayed on the website during the week, while podcasts of EFL Sunday and The Huddle are available through our Spreaker channel.

Click HERE to watch the EFL Media Team's broadcast of the 2012  Division 1 Grand Final, or click HERE to check out EFL Sunday and The Huddle podcasts.

 

If you are interested, or would like some more information about advertising with the EFL, please contact:

Ben Waterworth
Call: 9762 5766
Email:
bwaterworth@efl.org.au.

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