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SELECÇÃO DE PORTUGAL – Quarto Lugar No Mundial TEAM PORTUGAL – 4 th Place World Championships
OUR VISION AND MISSION The Portuguese Ball Hockey Association aims to be Portugal’s ultimate role model for the sport of ball hockey. Setting a standard by combining passion, competitive spirit, community involvement and pride. It is our goal to achieve international success through leadership, dedication and hard work.
OVERVIEW The Portuguese Ball Hockey Association (PBHA) is a non-profit organization. We are officially recognized as the governing body of the sport for Portugal by the International Street and Ball Hockey Federation (ISBHF) and the Federação Portuguesa de Hoquei (FPH). The PBHA, in amalgamation with the FPH, is dedicated to develop, cultivate and manage the sport of ball hockey across Portugal and Portuguese communities across the globe.
OVERVIEW The PBHA will continue to grow the sport and provide the following services: Development of a grass roots program of the sport in Portugal Assist Portuguese communities with the development and organization of ball hockey leagues Provide education of the sport through clinics and camps Organize Team Portugal programs for international competitions Promote the sport of ball hockey across Portugal Represent Portugal at the International level (Senior and Junior Teams) - European Championships - World Championships Help obtain National Sponsorships for Portuguese Sports
SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES These are general guidelines. We gratefully accept contributions of any level and will work with your organization to provide adequate recognition for your contributions. The following packages will include exposure during the 2008 and 2009 Portugal Day Parade in Toronto and, the major event, the 2009 World Ball Hockey Championships in the Czech Republic. Platinum- Full Team Sponsorship$5,000 Exclusive presenter of the Portuguese National Ball Hockey Team Prominent logo exposure on game worn jerseys & track suits Prominent logo recognition on print material Prominent logo recognition on team/association banner displayed at official events Corporate recognition in all promotion, advertising and public relations activity One (1) game worn Team Portugal Jersey Commemorative plaque with team photo Four (4) passes to association dinners/events
SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES Gold$3,000 Logo exposure on game worn jerseys Logo recognition on print material Logo on team/association banner displayed at official events Corporate recognition in all promotion, advertising and public relation activity One (1) game worn Team Portugal Jersey Commemorative plaque with team photo Two (2) passes to association dinners/events Silver$2,000 Logo recognition on team track suits Logo recognition on print material Corporate recognition in promotion, advertising and public relation activity Logo on association/team banner displayed at official events Commemorative plaque with team photo Two (2) passes to association dinners/events One (1) team clothing set (track suit & t-shirt)
SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES Bronze$1,000 Prominent logo recognition on equipment bags Corporate recognition in promotion, advertising and public relation activity Commemorative plaque with team photo One (1) team t-shirt Merchandise We also accept product donations. Our team will maintain a strong presence at North American and European events. This provides a win-win, the team receives merchandise and your product receives international exposure. Team Discounts If your organization can not provide a monetary or product donation, we also are interested in team member discounts. We encourage our team members and friends to support our sponsors! Did we miss something? We are open to creative ideas. If you have a sponsorship idea for the association please contact us. We welcome your suggestions and thoughts on sponsorship and would love to discuss any creative ideas you may have.
ISBHF OVERVIEW International Street and Ball Hockey Federation The International Street & Ball Hockey Federation is a registered non-profit organization. It is officially recognized as the governing body of the sport in Canada by the International Ice Hockey Federation, with many of its member nations officially recognized by their federal sports agencies. The ISBHF provides the following administrative services: Organize Men's, Juniors', and Women's (near future), international competitions for World Championships, Continental Championships, and Regional Championships Organize Youth Regional Organize annual congress of members in January of each year, and a general meeting of members during the World Championship each June Assist nations with developing street hockey leagues Print and distribute rules for international competitions Promote the sport of street hockey on a global level Publish newsletters about the sport from the local, national, and international levels Provide free web pages for member nations Set bylaws and regulations for members as a guideline Develop equipment for the sport and seek partnerships with manufacturers Resolve any disputes of an international scope Provide referee training where economically feasible Provide information to the general public about the sport and ISBHF member nations Encourage communication among members to assist each others development Work with other sport governing bodies such as the International Ice Hockey Federation in developing hockey at the grass roots level *Note: Excerpts from website www.isbhf.com
ISBHF HISTORY International Street and Ball Hockey Federation Founded in 1993, the International Street & Ball Hockey Federation has provided international competitions since 1995, when the first European Championship was held in Bratislava, Slovakia, with Czechia defeating Slovakia. Canada would claim the first World Championship in 1996, defeating Czechia in Bratislava, in 1996, with seven nations participating, which also featured Austria, Germany, Russia, Slovakia (bronze medalists), and Switzerland. The next World Championship was held in 1998, in Litomerice, Czechia, where the home nation captured gold with a win over Slovakia. The 1999 event was hosted in Zvolen, Slovakia, and once again the home nation was victorious, this time defeating Canada in a shootout, after overtime. From this point forward, the senior World Championship has become a bi-annual event, held on odd numbered years, usually in the first or second week of June. Visit our website (www.isbhf.com) for more information and the results of each championship since 1996. The inaugural World Junior Championship for players Under 20 was held in Kralupy, Czechia, in 2000, with Canada defeating the home nation, and Slovakia claiming bronze. This event is also bi-annual, but is held on even numbered years, usually during the last week of June. Over the years many outstanding athletes have left their mark on the history of the sport, with some going on to have professional ice hockey careers in the National Hockey League, and/or various European Hockey Leagues, but the vast majority are lifelong amateur players. A large percentage of street hockey players have never played the ice version, due to economic, social, or geographical barriers, but their skills are no less as developed for street hockey purposes, as evidenced by the fact that some of its greatest players never played ice hockey in their youth. *Note: Excerpts from website www.isbhf.com
CONTACT INFORMATION Carlos Ferreira, President 647-295-8747 firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com Quim Fernandes, Vice President 416-819-7846 firstname.lastname@example.org Daniel Medeiros, Treasurer 416-858-0968 email@example.com Manny Correia, Director of Hockey Operations 416-568-2119 firstname.lastname@example.org