Clear Channel offers Premier League stadia network

LONDON - Clear Channel Outdoor UK is offering advertisers and agencies a variety of opportunities to book outdoor advertising linked to the new football season.

Clear Channel: offering football stadia network
Clear Channel: offering football stadia network

With the Premier League kicking off tomorrow (Saturday), Clear Channel said advertisers would be able to choose from multiple small and large formats within one kilometre of Premier League stadia.

Clear Channel said according to TGI figures, the audience profile of people who paid to watch a football match in the past 12 months is 73% male and 27% female, 62% are 44 or younger and 29% earn £40k or more compared to the UK average of 19%.

The outdoor outfit claims more than 13.5 million people visit stadia across the UK.

Its multi-format offering comprises six-sheets, 48-sheets, 96-sheets and Connect phone boxes.

James Fowler, campaign planner, Clear Channel Outdoor UK, said the proximity package "provides a fantastic opportunity" for brands to associate themselves with the new football season.

 

 

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