Friday, July 1, 2022

Hockey Paper and St. Bert’s Clothing seek junior ambassadors

The Hockey Paper has teamed up with our junior partner St. Bert’s Clothing for an exciting initiative for the 2019/20 hockey season.

We are looking for FOUR Junior Hockey Brand Ambassadors from across the UK (playing at club level to a high standard) from ages 13 to 19 only, to join the scheme.

We are looking for players who can tell the story of their club season, charting the ups and downs of the year on their Instagram accounts and other social media channels and who we’ll also feature on The Hockey Paper‘s and St. Bert’s Clothing social media channels throughout the year.

The successful applicants – parents can also apply on a junior’s behalf – need to have an active following on social media and throughout the season wear and promote St. Bert’s Clothing, and get friends or parents to subscribe to The Hockey Paper.

We want Ambassadors talking about their matches, before and after, at training or on the road. We want to get a feel of the club season and what it means to play hockey.

In return for promoting The Hockey Paper and St. Bert’s Clothing, we will chart your journeys in print every month and the juniors will also receive a free subscription to the paper.

In addition, they’ll receive a bundle of St. Bert’s Clothing goodies to enjoy throughout the season.

As an additional incentive, they’ll receive commission on every new person they introduce to St. Bert’s Clothing throughout the year.


Email your details to Please make sure you provide us with your name, age, club and Instagram profile and 100 words on why you think you would be a great Ambassador.

Closing date July 30. The Hockey Paper and St. Bert’s will contact the successful juniors shortly afterwards and winners will be announced in our August print edition. Subscribe now!

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