now featuring: NOSL partners with Offside Marketing

We’re not the only ones making partnerships out here!

Recently-featured local league NOSL has struck a deal with Offside Marketing in which Offside will be the primary sponsor of the league in 2021.

smallworld OGs remember the name Offside after they sponsored us last year.

So we’ve got strong connections with both these organizations, and in our view, this move is a no-brainer for both sides.

But let’s hear them tell it themselves. Gary Wiggins, the NOSL’s Director of Marketing, is understandably bullish on the potential of the move.

As a league, we couldn’t be happier with signing this partnership with Jason and Offside Marketing. It’s not often that you find a partner at this level that so tightly aligns with with your goals.

Gary Wiggins, NOSL

As Gary says, Offside is at a high level and a good partnership for anybody looking to grow. When you can combine that with a shared common goal and understanding, though, that’s when you have a winning combination.

From the first conversation about the league, Jason truly understood how we are trying to serve our clubs and our communities. We firmly believe that this partnership puts us in a great place to help our clubs develop and grow.

Gary Wiggins, NOSL

As you might remember from our recent NOSL feature (and if you didn’t read it, click the link at the top of this post and change that sorry fact), the focus is to create a low-barrier, high-resource environment for clubs to exist in and quickly become self-sustainable. Jason Lansdale, principal of Offside, is certainly on board with that mission and gets why it’s important.

In an exclusive comment to smallworld, Jason expressed both his understanding of why the NOSL is important and his excitement to see its clubs grow.

We’re ready to energize a new level of soccer clubs, players and fans as part of this new relationship. For all involved, it’s going to present an awesome transformation as what Offside Marketing is able to bring not only to NOSL, but also to the individual clubs from sponsorship acquisition and development standpoint as well as strategic planning.  

Jasons Lansdale, Offside Marketing

This is Jason’s wheelhouse, and Offside is just the type of brand to take NOSL to the next level of what it’s setting out to achieve.

Even though they’ve got a special personal and geographical connection with the NOSL, Jason feels that clubs and leagues all across the country could benefit from a collaboration like this.

This will be quite unique, and hopefully other leagues across the country will look for similar partnerships to keep supporting and growing lower league soccer.

Jason Lansdale, Offside Marketing

It feels like a win from all sides here. To follow Offside Marketing, visit them here and follow their Twitter account, one of the best follows for lower-league content curation around.

You can keep up with the NOSL at their website, which will hold schedules and info on how to stay updated on the season’s proceedings later this summer.

Thanks for reading and support local soccer!




By danny kotula

danny kotula is an aspiring sports writer and play-by-play commentator. unfortunately, he is not good at either one. his interests include watching soccer and listening to obscure music genres, and those aren’t even his most boring ones. he was born in Tacoma, Washington but has called South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia, Texas, California, Georgia, and Costa Rica home over the course of his life. he generally knows where to put a comma, which is by far his most redeeming quality. he is writing this in third person as if he were famous enough for someone to write him a biography, but don’t be fooled. he’s not famous.

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