We are excited to be hosting a very special event looking at the business of Football in Ireland in 2020.
Learn about the Euro 2020 tournament coming to Dublin in June from Niall Quinn of the FAI, Don Daly of Dublin City Council and others charged with delivery of one of the biggest sporting events ever to be staged in Ireland.
Hear about the opportunities to work with the FAI as last year’s travails recede and the strength of the sport as a way of reaching fans comes back to the fore.
Take a look back with a review of where the Irish Women’s National Team are after key games in qualification for Euro 2021.
Hear from Niall Quinn and others about the following week’s key matches that will decide if Mick McCarthy and the Men’s National Team will be coming back to the Aviva in the finals of Euro 2020.
This promises to be a very popular event among members of the Sport for Business community.
We will be gathering in the FAI Suite at the Aviva Stadium from 0700 for a buffet breakfast and getting proceedings underway at 0800.
Tickets for Sport for Business Members are available below and if there are any remaining on Wednesday, February 26th we will make a limited number available to non-members.
Provisional schedule for the morning:
0730 Arrival, Breakfast and Networking among fellow guests
0800 Welcome comments
0805 Euro 2020 – A look at how one of the world’s major sporting events is coming to Dublin and how it will be delivered with contributions from the FAI, Dublin City Council and more.
0850 The Journey to Euro 2021 A look back on the Women’s National Team games against Macedonia and Greece and a look forward to what next as we bid to qualify for a first major Finals.
0915 Coffee Break and Networking Opportunity.
0935 The FAI in 2020 – A look at how the FAI is emerging from the troubled past twelve months and at what the future holds. Including a discussion with Mark Russell, Commercial Director of the FAI and a number of key sponsors.
1025 Slovakia Bound – We look forward with Niall Quinn and others to what the following week might have in store for the Irish team travelling to Slovakia, looking to get to a crunch final decider in Belfast or Bosnia for a place at Euro 2020.
1045 End of formal proceedings and opportunity to network once again.