One of the most accomplished and renowned footballers of his time, Viv Anderson MBE is a terrific football speaker for events and functions. Best known for his ten years at Nottingham Forest, Viv is known for being the first black player to represent England in a full international match.
A stalwart figure in the Nottingham Forest team after the arrival of Brian Clough, Viv played an influential role in taking the side from the second division to winning the first division and the league cup just a year later. Called up to England in 1978, Viv’s form for his club had led to a wonderful season, combining his tackling ability with pace to provide devastating counterattacks. Delivering anecdotal tales as a football speaker, Viv recalls his time in the limelight of football and the adversity he faced at the time.
Moving onto the likes of Arsenal and Manchester United, Viv continued his run of peak performance, playing for England in World Cups and adding to his reputation as a reliable player with strong leadership qualities. An ideal after dinner speaker for events, Viv is an engaging character who compels audiences with his ability to entertain and interact with an audience. Taking on managerial positions after his playing career, Viv’s leadership qualities were shown once again, an attribute applicable to both business and sporting environments as a football speaker.
To book Viv Anderson MBE as the football speaker for your corporate event, function or conference, simply contact the Champions Speakers agency by emailing email@example.com or by calling a booking agent directly on 0207 1010 553.
When he’s at corporate events, Viv is known to cover the following topics:
- Football Speaker
- Sports Speaker
- Peak Performance
- Achieving Goals
- Success Maximisation
- Overcoming Adversity
“Viv was outstanding! He had broad appeal in our firm due to his footballing and ethnic background and people were really commending us for bringing him in. He was very entertaining and everyone loved his war stories and his opinions on diversity in the management of football.”– Kenny, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP