Guides and Brochures

There are times when sports clubs and organisations need to get a message across in a package that communicates the values of that organisation.

To this end we are able to produce high-quality books and brochures in hardback or paperback to virtually any size or format required.

"The All England Club commissioned Vision Sports Publishing to produce a book to commemorate 10 years of the Wimbledon Junior Tennis Initiative. We worked closely with the Vision Sports Publishing team who were keen to take on board all our ideas while also adding their own expertise to ensure that the final result was beyond our initial expectations and well-received. Working with VSP was an enjoyable experience and I believe the book benefitted from the spirit of collaboration and camaraderie that they brought to the project."
Julian Tatum, All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club
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White Hart Lane - Inside the World Famous Home of the Spurs

White Hart Lane Inside the World Famous Home of the Spurs

This neat souvenir handbook was produced as an accompaniment to the club's stadium tour.

From the dressing rooms to the trophy cabinet, this small format publication captured the essence of the experience and was hugely popular both as a souvenir of the tour or as a stand-alone glimpse behind the scenes.

Building A Bigger, Better, Global Game

Building A Bigger, Better, Global Game The Story of the ICC Development Programme

This smart, hardback brochure was produced for the International Cricket Council to distribute to member nations at a key global conference.

The book involved the huge task of sourcing information and images from every single cricket playing nation, from Brunei to the Isle of Man.

Serving the Community - The Wimbledon Junior Tennis Initiative

Serving the Community The Wimbledon Junior Tennis Initiative

We were asked by the All England Club to work with them to produce this brochure in celebration of 10 years of the pioneering community tennis programme.

The WJTI initiative has seen more than 100,000 local schoolchildren introduced to the sport of tennis.