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From its roots in business and sports management, the Sillsport Group today has grown to become a leading player in the business of sports - offering a range of products and services tailored to the needs of sports franchises, clubs, players and sponsors alike.

Our success is down to our commitment to the highest standards of productivity and client service a deserved reputation for straight-talking advice. We combine first-hand knowledge of professional sport with a wealth of commercial and business experience and an innovative approach, as evidenced by our sports development company.

We demand exceptional standards from our staff, and in building our team place a strong emphasis on attitude and outlook as well as experience at the top level. We seek to work in partnership with our clients to enable them to achieve commercial success.

The Sillsport Group consists of the following divisions:

  • Sports Management - professional representation for sportsmen and women
  • Sports Commercial - focused on increasing the revenue potential of sports clubs
  • Sports Marketing - managing every aspect of communications and campaign planning and production
  • Sports Leisure - unique sports experiences and comprehensive event management
  • Sports Development - investing in the future of sport

In addition, we have established the Sillsport Foundation - a charity dedicated to education and self-help for homeless or orphaned children in Africa, South America and parts of Asia - and the Sillsport Academy, which seeks to nurture footballing talent in Africa.

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