The UK Elite Orienteering League aims to be an attractive series for competitors by providing prizes and prize money.
We are actively looking for brands to sponsor the series to improve our rewards in exchange for promotion. Our Sponsorship Pack below details the series, our media coverage and marketing opportunities available.
Please email Duncan Birtwistle at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss how we can work togther to build your brand.
The cash prize is funded by generous individuals and organisations keen to support the elite orienteering scene in the UK. If that describes you then please consider donating to the prize fund online via Donorbox.
53 different athletes have been supported via the prize fund over the last four seasons and have gone on to compete at World Championships, Junior World Championships and various levels of European competition.
We and the athletes are most grateful for the support received and would like thank previous sponsors and donors who are listed below.
SILVA provided prizes for the 2019 League.⠀
At the end of the series category winners can look forward to receiving premium duffle bags to keep their things safe and dry.⠀
SILVA’s new range has not even been released yet so you will be in competition for the freshest of kit.
Both SILVA and the Elite League strive for quality and they back our mission to invigorate the orienteering scene.
The Swedish company’s range of ultimate compasses, headlamps and bags can be ordered direct from silva.se.
Jon Musgrove (MAROC) has donated £250 to the prize fund for the last three seasons.
Graham Gristwood (FVO) has donated £100 to the prize fund for the last three seasons.
Paul Street (SLOW) has donated £100 to the 2017, 2018 and 2019 prize funds.
Ifor Powell (BOK) has donated £150 to the 2019 prize fund.
An anonymous individual has donated £100 towards the Juniors’ prize fund for the last three seasons.
Duncan Birtwistle (OD) donated £80 to the 2017 prize fund.
Silva donated 24 35L Duffel bags (RRP £69.99) as prizes in 2015.
supportscotland provided match funding to the 2015 prize fund.