Soccerex at Manchester Central 

soccerex manchesterWorld Leading Soccerex at Manchester Central 

Soccerex brings together almost 3,000 senior decision makers from International and Domestic Football for three days of networking, learning and business and has become an iconic event or many of football’s key influencers and decision makers.

Soccerex is the place for the football industry to network, people travel from all over the globe to be a part of this unique commercial environment.

The event is held in the North West of England at Manchester Central Exhibition venue. 

Each year many famous footballers and managers attend such as David Beckham, Ryan Giggs, Michael Owen, Bobby Robson to name a few.

Attending this annual event will be :-3000 Delegates, 170 Exhibitors and over 450 clubs.

The Soccerex Global Convention has more than 25 hours of market leading content from international speakers.

The first Soccerex Manchester in 1996 and now this is an annual event.  It has also been to other locations and countries such as London, Paris,  Los Angeles, Dubai and China.

Following the launch of the Forums the main Soccerex event was rebranded as a Global Convention and then in 2007 it moved to Johannesburg.
It isn’t just corporate networking either.  Soccerex also runs a Football Festival at the same time.  It started in Dubai and it has grown to include youth tournaments, musical and dance acts.

Hiring Staff at Soccerex

We have been providing staff in various capacities at Soccerex for over five years, some of these services have included :-
– Registration Staff

– VIP Hostesses

– Stand Hostesses and Exhibition Staff

– Flyering Staff

Hospitality Staff

Whatever type of staff you need we have more than 1,000 registered, local experienced staff who can help.  Just pick up the phone or complete the form below with your requirements.

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