Phil Tufnell

Legendary Former England Spin Bowler & Captain On BBC One's 'A Question Of Sport'



How to hire Phil Tufnell

Contact the Champions Speakers Agency to provisionally enquire about hiring Phil Tufnell for your next event, today. To get in touch, simply call an official booking agent on 0207 1010 553 or email us at [email protected] for more information.

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During the COVID-19 pandemic, Phil attended many virtual events, booked as the exciting guest speaker. Read the feedback he has received below.

"I thought he was good value – he was good for a laugh, got into the spirit of the event and certainly did not shy away from answering any of the Q&A in my room!" - Mike, CDW UK

"We thought Phil was great, he got into the spirit of the event and it felt like he was one of the team. The general feel was that Phil was really funny and engaging. People loved the experience as a whole and we felt Phil topped it off for everyone." - Carolyne, CDW UK

"They were amazing!!!! They were so funny and friendly!!!" - Nitisha, Marketing Manager, Sytner


Phil is regularly booked to engage audiences at in-person events, read his latest feedback below.

"Phil Tufnell provided a great night’s entertainment, with many humorous stories of his career in cricket and broadcasting along with his 'winning trip to the Jungle'!!" - Brian, AFC Bournemouth

"The event went really well. Please say thank you Phil from us. He stuck around for a drink after and spoke with attendees and took photos. The customers absolutely loved it." - James, Alteryx

  • 2011 - Received an Honourary Doctorate from Middlesex University 
  • 2009 - A contestant on Strictly Come Dancing 
  • 2008 - Became a captain on A Question of Sport 
  • 2003 - Winner of I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here
  • 1999 - Published his Autobiography 'What Now' 
  • Took over 1000 first-class wickets 
  • Scored over 2000 first-class runs