As the final speakers are confirmed for the Leaders in Football conference being held over 5th and 6th October 2011 at Chelsea FC, the organisers have announced a complete sell out with a growing list of delegates now joining an ever increasing waiting list.
The speaker line up continues to impress with Ivan Gazidis, Chief Executive Officer, Arsenal FC joining the Financial Fair Play panel whilst Hugh Robertson, Minister for Sport, UK Government will be delivering a keynote address on governance. They will be joined by Tom DiBenedetto, the new President & Chairman, AS Roma will discuss ownership whilst Frank De Bleeckere, Champions League and FIFA World Cup Referee will talk about the pressures of refereeing in the modern game. The speakers are finalised with a World Cup winner, as Fabio Cannavaro, Former Captain of Italy, will be debating the issues that matter on the popular players panel.
The latest speakers will be joined by FIFA Executive Committee members, HRH Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein, Dr Michel D’Hooghe and Jim Boyce; UEFA General Secretary, Gianni Infantino; Chairman of Chelsea FC, Bruce Buck; the independent Chairman of The Football Association, David Bernstein; former Prime Minister of Belgium and now Chairman of the UEFA Financial Fair Play Panel, Jean-Luc Dehaene; former World Cup referee, David Ellery; Hassan Al-Thawadi, General Secretary of the Supreme Council overseeing the Qatar FIFA World Cup 2022; Owner of Stoke City FC and Bet 365, Peter Coates; Chairman of Sunderland AFC, Niall Quinn; Jamie Carragher, Vice-Captain for Liverpool FC; Pierluigi Collina, former World Cup Referee and Member of the UEFA Referees Committee; and Chairman of the Football League Greg Clarke.
Leaders in Football takes place within the Leaders Sports Summit, a coming together of 5 leading conferences including Sponsorship, Digital Sport, Performance and the business of Horse Racing, over 5th and 6th October at Chelsea FC. To apply for the waiting list to attend, or for more information, visit www.leadersinevents.com, contact email@example.com or call +44 (0) 207 042 8666.