One of the most celebrated football superstars in British history, Kevin Keegan brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise - gained both on and off the pitch - to every public speaking event he is involved with. During his long and lustrous career, Kevin played for a number of top clubs including Liverpool, Hamburger SV (winning the Ballon D’Or in 1978 & 1979 due to his blistering form at the German club), Southampton and Newcastle United, before hanging up his football boots and stepping into football management, becoming a hugely successful manager for the likes of Newcastle, Manchester City and ultimately England.
Now a highly respected football pundit, Kevin is often seen commentating on the US-based global cable and satellite television channel ESPN - he was part of ESPN's live coverage of the 2011, 2012 and 2013 FA Cup finals, with pitch-side build-up and post match comments. During the course of the 2010 FIFA World Cup, he was also featured as a pundit for ITV broadcasts.
As an all-time football legend and household name, Kevin always draws favourable reactions at his public speaking events, not just because of his vast knowledge but also because of his amiable personality and dry sense of humour.
To book Kevin for your Event, contact Prime Performers, either by using our online booking enquiry form or by calling us on 020 7251 8222.
Kevin Keegan was absolutely outstanding ……We are all still talking about him and will be for years to come…his presentation was so inspirational with every single member of the audience….whether you are into football or not, there was something within his set for everyone. Mr Kevin Keegan is the best guest speaker we have ever had, it was a joy working with him for a such a short period of time, we could have spoken for ages.
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