Lawrence Dallaglio OBE


Rugby speaker and ex-England international player Lawrence Dallaglio OBE is known the world over not only for his sporting achievements but also for the numerous charitable contributions and fundraising events for his charity The Dallaglio Foundation.

Always a making a headline, Lawrence Dallaglio is an incredibly popular athlete whose appearance at events draws large and enthusiastic crowds both within the rugby industry and without. So great are his sporting abilities that he has been awarded both an MBE and an OBE for contributions to British sport and charity.

Predominantly known as a rugby union player for the London Wasps, Dallaglio retired in 2008 after nearly twenty years as a professional player. Since retirement Dallaglio has gone on to work as a sports speaker and commentator for ITV as well as an after-dinner speaker at both sporting and charitable functions.

Former Captain of the England team Lawrence Dallaglio OBE is often called upon to appear as the specialist rugby speaker at both national and international events, as an after-dinner speaker Dallaglio strives to inspire young people to become more active and take part in competitive sport as well as sharing his experiences as a rugby player at some of the biggest events in British rugby history, including the 2007 Rugby World Cup.

Outside his work as a rugby speaker Lawrence Dallaglio OBE has headed a number of high profile charity fundraising events including the RBS 6 Nations Slam, Dallaglio Slam which has also piqued the interest of other well-known sports speakers and personalities such as Lee Dixon and Freddie Flintoff.

To book Lawrence Dillaglio as the after-dinner speaker for your corporate event, conference or function simply contact the Champions Speakers agency using the contact details below.

When he’s at corporate events, Lawerence is known to cover the following topics:

  • Sporting Success
  • Rugby World Cup ’07
  • Overcoming Adversity
  • Charitable Fundraising

Watch Lawrence delivering a speech here: