Alan Smith

Leicester City & Arsenal Legend

Playing for Leicester City and Arsenal in a long spanning career, Alan Smith has also enjoyed a television career as a football pundit and commentator. An ideal football speaker for events, Alan is an expert of his field thanks to a lifetime spent in the sport as both player and pundit.

Starting his career at non-league Alvechurch in Worcestershire, Alan signed on with Leicester City in the summer of 1982. Scoring 13 goals in partnership with Gary Lineker in his first season, Alan spent four seasons with the club, making 217 appearances and scoring 84 goals. Transferring to Arsenal in 1987, Smith would enjoy huge success with the club. Discussing what it takes to be a professional footballer, Alan is an intriguing sports speaker who brings a selection of interesting topics around the subject of the game.

Winning all three domestic trophies on a number of occasions with the gunners during his tenure, his side also won the UEFA Cup in the 1993-94. Receiving just one yellow card in the entirety of his fourteen-year career, Smith was the top-scorer for Arsenal for four consecutive seasons as well as the top scorer for the first division in the 1988-89 season with 23. A consistent achiever of peak performance, Alan describes attributes as a football speaker related to both sporting and business environments.

A regular co-commentator and studio pundit for Sky Sports, Alan has commentated on some of the biggest games of recent times, including the 2011 Champions League Final. Taking up commentary duties for FIFA 12,13 and 14, Andy has proven his onscreen popularity by being selected feature heavily in one of the world’s best selling console games. A consummate professional, Alan enjoys participating in question and answer sessions as well as giving talks as an after dinner speaker.

To book Alan Smith as the football speaker for your corporate event, function or conference, simply contact the Champions Speakers agency by emailing or by calling a booking agent directly on 0207 1010 553.