Advertise in The 12th Man from just £1


Issue Three of The 12th Man for this season will be out next month, and we are now selling advertising space from as little as £1. Whether you are a business, an individual or a supporters club then it is great value for money.

Classified Adsfrom £1

The 12th Man has its very own classified ads section. From just £1 you can have your ad within Scotland’s ONLY Football fanzine. The ad will number 140 character max – just like in Twitter – but not including telephone numbers. email addresses or web addresses. That way you can say what you want and then link to your site etc. This is a very basic form of advertising within the fanzine and is just text-based, nothing fancy.

For just £5 you can have your text-ad beefed up a tad. You can have it highlighted with a border or a shade of colour behind the text, which will make it stand out from the other text ads. You will still only have 140 characters, not including telephone number, web address etc. But your ad will catch the eye before the £1 text ads.

Graphic Adsfrom £10

The fanzine is printed in A5 format and it’s inserts are in Black & White only. We offer three formats for graphic advertising. The cheapest ad at £10 is for a 1/4 page advert, while a 1/2 page advert will be priced at £15. And finally the full page ad is priced at £20.

The above offers are only open to the next issue – December 2010 – if you wish to discuss advertising in the fanzine for the season, then please email us at mail@scotzine.com.

You can pay for any selection of advertising below:

Fanzine Advertising
E-mail address

Once payment has been confirmed, we shall send you an email to confirm that payment has been received, please have the graphic ad or text ad ready to send to us as we have limited time to lay out the fanzine before it needs to be sent out before Christmas.

Please note that it is at the Editor’s discretion where to place the advertising in the fanzine, due to layout considerations.


About Author


Andy Muirhead is the Editor of Scotzine and the Scottish Football fanzine FITBA. He is the Scottish Football columnist for The Morning Star and has written for a number of other publications including ESPN, Huffington Post UK, BT Life's a Pitch and has had his work featured in the Daily Record, The Scotsman and the Daily Mail.

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