AFC Sudbury Vice Presidents Club are proud to announce the details of their Sporting Dinner for 2018.
Football legend Kevin Keegan OBE will be the guest speaker at the event to be held on Friday 18th May 2018 in the Giant Marquee at AFC Sudbury.
The evening will start with a fantastic meal, whilst being entertained with some up close magic. Then enjoy listening to the football legend Kevin Keegan OBE followed by a Q&A, then sit back and laugh along with the comedian. The event will be rounded off with an auction.
During the evening we will provide all attendee's with the chance to meet Kevin for either a photo or to obtain his signature.
Tickets for the event are now on sale and selling VERY FAST.
Tables of 10 are available at £500
or individual tickets at just £55
To obtain your ticket or table of ten, please call the AFC Sudbury office on 01787 376213.
Dress code: Lounge Suits (tie optional) / Ladies Smart Casual.
Doors open at 6:30pm for 7:30pm start.
Here are some highlights of Kevin's amazing career:
Keegan began his career as a teenager at Scunthorpe United, his natural talent soon became evident and his creative style of play saw him move to Bill Shankly’s Liverpool Football Club. By establishing a fruitful partnership with striker John Toshack, Kevin soon enjoyed a regular starting position within the squad. Kevin won three First Division titles, two UEFA Cups, a FA Cup and a European Cup with Liverpool. Keegan left the club with 323 appearances and 100 goals across all competitions, before becoming the highest paid player in Germany, heading Hamburg’s strike force. At the same time his club career was going from strength to strength, Kevin also became the England squad captain in 1976, position he held until his international retirement in 1982. Kevin returned to England after playing in Germany for both Southampton and Newcastle United. Retiring from Football in 1984, Kevin pursued business and media ventures before eventually turning his hand to Football management. His initial spell with Newcastle United saw a hugely close run battle with Manchester Untied for Premier League victory. After a few years with Fulham, Kevin took control of the England squad, proving to be an incredibly popular decision with the British public and press of the time. Kevin returned to domestic management after the 2002 World Cup qualifying matches, dedicating himself to Manchester City and latterly Newcastle Untied once more.
To book your ticket call the AFC Sudbury Office on 01787 376213
An event not to be missed.
More details will be announced including details of how to secure your table very shortly.