Sports Clubs & Associations

IIS are actively helping a number of organisations execute supporter and venue personalisation projects
IIS are actively helping a number of organisations execute supporter and venue personalisation projects
IIS are actively helping a number of organisations execute supporter and venue personalisation projects
IIS are actively helping a number of organisations execute supporter and venue personalisation projects
IIS are actively helping a number of organisations execute supporter and venue personalisation projects

Arsenal Football Club

The Supporter Personalisation projects, Armoury Square and North Bank Terrace at Emirates stadium for Arsenal Football Club, illustrate Investors In Sport’s rising reputation for bespoke, project delivery and management. Stone sales have significantly outsold any similar sports club project and continue to provide an ongoing revenue stream for the club.

Investors In Sport also created a Stadium Personalisation project for Arsenal to maximise identity, brand and club history at strategic locations around the stadium.

Manchester City Football Club

Manchester City Football Club is committed to building a successful and sustainable club for the future.  When Investors In Sport were appointed to provide a unique personalisation solution that enhanced the Etihad Stadium and celebrated their loyal supporters we knew that we had to create something truly remarkable.

After almost two years of planning and consultation, City Circle was launched in December 2012.

Everton Football Club

Investors In Sport are helping Evertonians to leave their mark on Goodison Park, as part of plans to restore the Club’s famous Dixie Dean statue to its original home and reshape the entrance to the stadium.

The statue, which was unveiled in May 2001 to celebrate the greatest goalscorer in the history of English football, is the centrepiece of a brand new gateway to Goodison and is now surrounded by a commemorative wall of “Goodison Granites” personalised engraved stones that supporters purchased.

Wembley National Stadium

The first stones on the Wembley Way project were laid in October 2011. These celebrated each member of England’s 1966 World Cup winning squad and marked the start of Wembley’s comprehensive personalisation project in association with Investors In Sport. The project incorporates opportunities for fans to celebrate historic moments at Wembley and is supported by FA Cup winner and Hollywood actor, Vinnie Jones.

Lancashire County Cricket Club

Investors In Sport was appointed by LCCC to supply the Red Rose Wall products, creating the order capture system and managing the customer service elements of the project. The Red Rose Wall Appeal was launched exclusively to LCCC members in November, 2011, by Andrew ‘Freddie’ Flintoff and will provide funds for the new LCCC Foundation.

Celtic Football Club

The Scottish Premier League Champions are offering supporters the opportunity to make Celtic Park feel even more like home, with an exclusive offer to personalise their seats.SEATiD is a unique product that’s available on a fully managed basis, only through Investors In Sport.

Hibernian Football Club

Lasting tributes, passionate supporters and unforgettable moments now have the perfect setting at the home of Hibernian Football Club. Supporters can add their name or personal message to the new Hibernian landmark – The East Terrace and become part of the fabric of Easter Road Stadium forever. Investors in Sport are delivering a turnkey personalisation service to the Scottish Premier League club that includes, procurement, order capture, marketing support and finished product.

Burnley Football Club

Newly promoted Burnley Football Club announced a supporter personalisation scheme, created and managed by Investors In Sport, that allows fans to purchase high quality granite, commemorative stones which can be etched with a message of their choosing.  The ‘Forever Claret’ stones are to be located along the Bob Lord Stand, Harry Potts Way, will replace the Clubs previous ‘Wall of Legend’ bricks.  The stones will create an iconic, permanent feature at Turf Moor and allow fans and loved ones to literally become part of club.

Charlton Athletic Football Club

Twenty years after Charlton’s supporters played an integral role in the club’s return to The Valley, Addicks Place has been created by Investors In Sport to enable fans to cement their place in the club’s history and become part of the stadium itself. The development will form a lasting tribute to famous players, passionate supporters and unforgettable moments in SE7.

Millwall Football Club

Investors In Sport was appointed by Millwall FC to coordinate the Our ‘Wall project including sourcing of products, creating the order capture system and managing the customer service elements.   The scheme launched in January 2014 and has been designed so that supporters can be immortalised within the landscape of The Den.

Silverstone

Silverstone is the home of British Motor Racing one of the premier and most historic motor-racing destinations in the World.

For more than 60 years Silverstone has carved its mark as one of the leading motorsport venues, creating a powerful heritage around the world. Internationally renowned as the host of world class events, Silverstone is also famed for its exhilarating driving experiences, sumptuous corporate entertainment and prestigious conference facilities.

The Silverstone Wall of Fame has been designed by Investors In Sport to enable fans to cement their place in Silverstone’s and motorsport history alongside the most revered legends. The development will form a lasting celebration to famous drivers and riders, passionate motorsport fans and unforgettable moments at Silverstone. The Wall of Fame is a dedicated area that will be specially constructed with personalised engraved stones with fans names and dedications.

St Georges Park

St George’s Park is the English Football Association’s national football centre on a 330-acre site at Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire. The centre was officially opened by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on 9 October 2012.

The purpose of the centre is to be the base for all coaching and development work undertaken by the FA, and the training and preparation ground for all of the England national football teams.