Join our journey as an Official Youth Partner - We Are England
Join our journey as an Official Youth Partner

Join our journey as an Official Youth Partner

Establishing long-term partnerships with businesses like yours is invaluable to our work. Team England youth games alumni athletes include Jess Ennis- Hill, Beth Tweddle, Danny Care, Ian Stannard, Ben Swift and Louis Smith; proving that our youth athletes are the stars of tomorrow.

60 of the nation's finest athletes will travel more than 9000 miles to Samoa, to compete in 8 sports at the Commonwealth Youth Games, in September in 2015. Aged between 14 and 18, this will be the first multi-sport games attended by many of the Team and will play a crucial part in their development.

Beth Tweddle chatted to us about her progression through from the youth games and said;

"Success doesn't just happen - it's the result of hard work and commitment when you're young and you rely so much on the support of others." 

The cost to fully prepare and support an athlete at the Youth Games is £3,000. We are seeking partners to support these fledgling stars; become an Official Youth Team Partner and play a part in the future of England’s sporting heroes. 

The benefits of working with Team England include:

  • Giving your brand a high profile in sport
  • Linking your brand with some of the country’s best known and most respected sports stars as well as the young, rising stars of the future
  • Demonstrating to your stakeholders your commitment to sport and society through corporate responsibility
  • Building customer goodwill
  • Building staff loyalty
  • Improving staff productivity by encouraging greater involvement in sport

There are a variety of partner opportunities available that allow you and your business to become a part of Team England, engage online via social media, sponsor athletes from your local area and create positive PR and CSR opportunities for your business.

To discuss ways in which you can be involved contact Nick Evans on 07776 212000 or email

The fifth instalment of the Commonwealth Youth Games will take place in the Samoan capital city of Apia and will feature nine sports: Athletics, Boxing, Lawn Bowls, Rugby 7s, Swimming, Squash, Tennis and Weightlifting. Team England will compete in all but Tennis.
England has attended all four of the previous Commonwealth Youth Games, ranking within the top three nations in all of the Games. 
This year, England’s young stars will take to the stage as they aim to develop as athletes and learn how to compete at an international level. For more information, visit