Ivan Gazidis, CEO of Arsenal Football Club and Ian Ayre, Managing Director at Liverpool Football Club will join Jean Claude Blanc, CEO of Paris St Germain and Umberto Gandini, Organising Director at AC Milan to discuss the future of Club football at the 5th annual Leaders in Football, on 10th and 11th October 2012, Chelsea FC.
With Europe dominating the global football landscape, this exclusive panel will no doubt cover critical issues such as player trading, financial fair play, media rights, globalisation, competition formats and the effect on fans.
They join a world class programme of guest speakers that include; President of the Spanish Football Federation, Angel Maria Villar Llona; HRH Prince Ali bin Al-Hussein, FIFA Vice President; Walter di Gregorio, Communications Director at FIFA; Don Garber, Commissioner of the MLS; 3-time FIFA World Player of the Year Ronaldo Luiz Nazario de Lima, President of CONCACAF, Jeffrey Webb; General Secretary of the Japanese FA, Kohzo Tashima; Managing Director of Sky Sports, Barney Francis; Executive Committee Member at UEFA, Karen Espelund; World Cup 2014 Organising Committee COO, Ricardo Trade, Owner of the Seattle Sounders, Thierry Weil, Marketing Director at FIFA; Adrian Hanauer; Non-Executive Director at the English FA, Heather Rabbatts; Owner of the Portland Timbers, Merritt Paulson; world famous player Michael Owen; Paolo do Canio, Italian legend and Manager at Swindon Town; David James, Former England Goalkeeper and many more…
Leaders in Football is recognised as the premium annual event in the international football business calendar with an invitation only audience of 1,000 senior level delegates linked to Clubs, Leagues, Associations, Federations and Brands. Information about the agenda is continually made available through the Content Page of the event website: (http://www.leadersinfootball.com/content/conference/).
The football conference will sell out in the next week, so if you would like to apply for a pass, please email email@example.com or call one of the team on +44 (0)207 042 8666 as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.