Partners – European Canoe Association
The European Canoe Association (ECA) is the umbrella organisation for the sport in Europe. It was founded in Rome in 1993, when delegations from European National Federations came together to organise themselves in a Continental association.
The ECA has 44 member countries and recently celebrated its 25th anniversary. Nearly 100 official senior European Championships in nine disciplines have been organised since 1993.
Partners – Jaffa
As the principal partner, Jaffa will have a range of naming and branding rights, including their logo prominently placed on all competition bibs and the uniform for officials and volunteers.
The two-year partnership will also see Jaffa become the ‘official fruit partner’ for British Canoeing.
The Jaffa brand is part of AMT Fruit, based in Newmarket, which supplies citrus products in the UK exclusively for Tesco.
Juicy and refreshing Jaffa oranges are available all year around. Jaffa Oranges, Easy Peelers and Jaffa Reds are full of essential vitamins and minerals; they’re the perfect healthy snack!
Partners – UK Sport
UK Sport is the nation’s high performance sports agency responsible for the strategic investment of around £350 million of National Lottery and Exchequer funding in Olympic and Paralympic sports preparing for Tokyo 2020 and beyond.
Between 2017-2025, UK Sport’s Major Events Programme will invest almost £30 million of National Lottery funding and manage the funding provided by the government to support the bidding and staging costs of major events on home soil.
Exciting events coming to the UK include the 2019 Netball World Cup, 2019 Road Cycling World Championships and 2021 Rugby League World Cup.
Partners – Lee Valley Regional Park Authority
The Lee Valley Regional Park Authority is a statutory body responsible for managing and developing the 26 mile long, 10,000 acre linear Lee Valley Regional Park – the only regional park serving London, Hertfordshire and Essex.
The Authority has a broad and dynamic remit with a duty to develop and preserve leisure, recreation, sport and nature throughout the Regional Park.
As part of this, the Authority is creating a zone of sporting excellence throughout the Regional Park which includes centres for athletics, horse riding, ice skating, sailing and golf.
As the owner of three London 2012 venues, including Lee Valley White Water Centre, the Authority is playing a leading role to deliver an enduring and sustainable legacy from the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
You can choose from hundreds of great days out and things to do in the Lee Valley. Start your adventure now with attractions to visit, events and places to stay across London, Essex and Hertfordshire.
Partners – Leach
The event dressing will include creating a range of bespoke materials for the main entrance and buildings, wayfinding around the venue, course side branding, podium back drop and the ‘kiss and cry’ area on the finish line.
For over a century Leach has been a leader in the world of high-impact, large-format graphic displays. Founded in 1891 Leach has grown to become a 100-strong business, with over 500 customers and an annual turnover of £11 million.
From HD quality display graphics, ultra-bright light boxes and wallcovering solutions, to floor graphics, screen-printing and external signage – Leach’s pioneering innovations continue to transform the look of brands, retailers, museums, heritage sites and interior environments.