All Island League Open for Discussion

The team behind the proposed All Island League that promises to transform domestic football on the island of Ireland are hosting a special session for potential sponsors and broadcast partners as part of a three-day roadshow meeting with stakeholders.

Sport for Business has secured a number of places for our members to join us in conversation with Kieran Lucid and football consultancy firm Hypercube to talk through the opportunities that could exist in years to come.

The sponsor and broadcast session will take place between 1 pm and 3 pm on Wednesday, January 29th and if you are interested in coming along please contact us today and we will make arrangements to get you involved and part of the no-obligation conversation.

The roadshows will take place with players and coaches from football at the Waterfront Hall in Belfast at 6 pm on Tuesday, January 28th and at the same time in the Vavasour suite of the Aviva Stadium the following day.

There will be fan forums at 7 30 pm in both of the same venues afterwards.

On Thursday, January 30th the action will move to the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Dundalk with a gathering of academics and icons of the sport who are throwing their weight behind the League at 11 am, a meeting of clubs at 1230 pm and a media session at 2 30 pm.

The team have been gathering information from clubs and continuing discussions over the past number of months.

Kieran lucid did a major interview with Sport for Business last October and spoke openly and with enthusiasm at our Sport for Business Breakfast in Belfast at the end of November.

This promises to be another significant step forward in determining the levels of interest and enthusiasm for a project that could be one of the most important for domestic sport in the next decade.

The All Island League, the FAI, SSE Airtricity and many more within the world of Football are active members of Sport for Business. Contact us today to find out more about what we could do for your organisation.

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