Can someone please send me all the requirements or studies i need to become a soccer club manager?
i am a football [ uk ] soccer [ usa ] fan, EPL is my fav league, i did alot to come up and play football as a professional carrier but in india its impossible atleast for now.
i would like to stick to football field so give me all the jobs i can grab and stay around football and its requirements. thank you'll in advance
- The AnswererLv 68 years agoFavorite Answer
How about an MBA in Football?
No kidding, there really is a course titled 'MBA in Football Industries' offered by the University of Liverpool
Does the name ring a bell? Its located in Liverpool, home of Liverpool FC
Many MBA Football Industries graduates now work in commercial and marketing roles in football clubs, associations, and specialist sports marketing firms. Other career opportunities lie in consultancy, media companies, agencies, corporate communications, human resources management, and freelance work. Specific examples are detailed as follows:
Liverpool FC, Arsenal FC, Burnley FC, Chelsea FC, Everton FC, Leeds United, Glasgow Rangers, Fulham FC, Charlton Athletic, Manchester City, Preston North End, Reading FC, Bristol City, Hull City, Gillingham FC, Rhyl FC, Southend United, Tranmere Rovers, Wycombe Wanderers FC, York City, Shenhua FC, Sichuan FC, Chonqing Lifan FC and Dalian Shide (all China), FC Seoul and Incheon United FC (both S.Korea), FC Tokyo (Japan), Tours FC (France), Venezia AC (Italy), Feyenoord and FC Zwolle (Netherlands), FC Basel (Switzerland), Hamburger SV and St Pauli FC (Germany), Galatasaray (Turkey), AEK Athens, Ethnikos Pireos (Greece), Atlético Mineiro and Atlético Paranaense (Brazil), FC Lyn Oslo and Grüner FC (Norway), Hearts of Oak (Ghana).
FIFA, UEFA, The Football Associations of - England, Wales, China, The Netherlands, Australia, Switzerland, Angola and the British Virgin Islands, The Football League, The Scottish Premier League, The Netherlands Football League, Bedfordshire County FA, The Asian Football Confederation, Women's Soccer Initiative Inc..
The BBC, Sky Sports, SportFive, The Financial Times, Reuters, O Globo, Associated Press, ESPN Brazil, The Korean Broadcasting System, Premium TV, Apace Media, Soccer Investor, Football Insider, Sports & Entertainment TV.
St Helens Rugby League FC, Sale Sharks RUFC, The Brazilian Olympic Association, The Lawn Tennis Association, Racing UK Ltd., Pallacanestro Reggiana Basketball Club, Austrian Handball Association
OTHER FOOTBALL/ FOOTBALL-RELATED ORGANISATIONS:
The Professional Footballers Association, UK Sport, Deloitte and Touche (in Manchester and Brazil), Sport England, IMG, Adidas, Nike (UK), Football Marketing & Management International, Platia Sports Marketing, Icons, Sport+Markt, Zone Marketing, As a Team (Greece), Traffic Marketing Esportivo (Brazil), ENIC, Vantis Sports Solutions, Mizuno Group (Japan), Amazing Sports Lab (Madrid), The Norwegian Ministry of Sport, Wembley Stadium Development Co, Octagon, Soccerex, Reward (Sports Loyalty Card), Mass Premier Soccer, Florida Soccer Schools, Fantasy League Ltd., Nationwide, and others in marketing companies dealing with football accounts. Some students have also gone on to work on a free lance basis as consultants or agents.
Otherwise, if you re still physically fit, perhaps you could think of a career as a referee.
Are you from India? If so, you could also try contacting Abhijit Kadam Football Development Centre in Pune for refereeing courses that can help you become an FA referee
The English Premier League is the top tier of English football, and possibly the world; so keep in mind that only the best can be associated with the EPL.
I wish you all the best.Source(s): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Football_Industries_M... You will never walk alone
- CassandraLv 44 years ago
Jose Mourinho definitely, he has a strong personality which the last couple of england managers have lacked.