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Sponsorship Opportunities

The Fusion Soccer Club is organized and certified as a nonprofit 501(c)(3). It is governed by an all-volunteer Board of Directors, with daily operations managed by a volunteer President and officers elected by the Board. All of the funds received through program fees, our tournaments, camps, etc., go directly to running the Club. Sponsorship helps us keep our fees affordable and also allow us to expand our facilities and grow the Club. Whether you are a professional organization, a business, or an individual, sponsoring is a way to help promote healthy lifestyles, teamwork, and sportsmanship in the kids in your community.

Below is a list of sponsorship opportunities. The list is not exhaustive, of course, but is some of the opportunities we are promoting. If you would like more information, or have an idea for something else you would like to do, please don't hesitate to contact our Club Administrator, and she can put you in touch with the appropriate person(s).

Opportunity # Duration (yrs) Cost Description
Dhaliwal Soccer Complex Naming Rights 1 5 $25000 Dhaliwal Soccer Complex could be named after your business for the next 5 years.  Signage would be located directly off Donges Bay Road, a heavily traveled roadway.  The complex boasts the best grass soccer fields in Southeast Wisconsin and draws competition from all over the Midwest.  Dhaliwal Fields are a bustled most weekends in spring and fall with soccer fans.  They also host our huge Fusion Fall Cup tournament which is one of the largest soccer tournaments in Wisconsin.  The Complex includes three full size fields and one junior field on 8.5 acres.  Bathroom facilities, a concession stand, and a picnic area complete the complex.
Zaun Soccer Complex Naming Rights 1 5 $20000 Zaun Soccer Complex could be named after your business for the next five years.  Signage is located directly off Riverbend Road.  Zaun has multiple interchangeable fields including our new Craig Carlson practice fields, named after a former beloved Grafton soccer player and coach.  Zaun also has a small concession stand and picnic area and hosts select and recreational games throughout the spring and summer.  It also hosts our annual Turkey Bowl game at Thanksgiving.
Fall Cup Title Sponsor 1 5 $12500 One of Wisconsin’s largest soccer tournaments could be named after your business for the next five years (terms and commitment negotiable).  The Fall Cup spans over four different venues and hosts 100 plus teams from Wisconsin, Minnesota, Illinois, and Michigan.  Even before the weekend of the tournament, thousands of people will see your business name as they review flyers and websites to get more information on the tournament.  Tournament attendees will take home a sponsorship flyer with your business name on it.
Dhaliwal Concession Stand Naming Rights 1 10 $12500 Dhaliwal Soccer Complex Concession Stand could be named after your business for the next ten years.  The concession stand includes a large covered picnic area, bathrooms, and a small conference area.
Zaun Concession Stand Naming Rights 1 10 $12500 The concession stand located at Zaun Soccer Fields could be named after your business.  The concession stand includes an area for selling concessions and a picnic area.  The stand is in need of repairs and the sponsorship money would be used to fix up the stand.
Fusion Recreational Program Sponsor 1 1 $5000 Your business name would appear on all of our recreational players’ jerseys in a visible location.  This would include approximately 200 player jerseys (or about 20 teams) for one year for both the outdoor fall and spring seasons.
Field Sponsor 6 1 $1000 Your business name and logo will appear on a large banner on the sideline of one of our fields at either Zaun or Dhaliwal.
Fusion Scholarship Program Sponsor     $250 Your donation helps to ensure that our Fusion Soccer Scholarship option remains alive.  Soccer scholarships ensure that all kids can play soccer regardless of economic status.  Fusion soccer club has remained committed to keeping costs down, fees competitive or lower than nearby clubs, and reduced or no fee options for economically depressed families.