Former Premier League Manager, Phil Brown, will make his debut at The Grass Roots Football Show between 25th-27th May.
Brown, the former Hull City, Bolton Wanderers, Derby County and Preston North End manager, has confirmed his attendance for all three days at the biggest grass roots football show in Europe which takes place at the NEC in Birmingham.
As well as leading Hull to the Premier League via a Championship playoff, Brown also made over 650 appearances during his playing career in the Football League.
Throughout the three days of wall to wall football action Brown will be taking coaching master classes and seminars for everyone involved in grass roots football.
Brown commented; “The Grass Roots Football Show is a fixture in the football calendar and I am delighted that I will make my debut at the NEC this year.
“It is one of those events that everyone involved in football circles talks about and I can’t wait to sample all three days.
“There are not many opportunities in football where you can mix and interact with so many people involved in football at the grass roots end of the game and the opportunities to learn from each other are very exciting.”
Joanna Burns, Director of the Grass Roots Football Show, said; “We are delighted to have secured Phil Brown for all three days at this year’s show.
“His footballing knowledge and experience as a player, manager and coach is outstanding and as with all of the talent at the show he is a character that we know the attendees will enjoy meeting.
“With more skills, more coaching sessions, more tactics, more interaction and more of the biggest stars in the game The Grass Roots Football Show is this year’s must attend football event.”
The Grass Roots Football Show 2012 is the biggest football event of its kind in Europe and takes place at the NEC in Birmingham between 25th and 27th May.
Tickets are priced at £12 for adults and £6 for under 16’s. Buy your tickets today at http://www.grassrootsfootball.co.uk/tickets/
For more information about The Grass Roots Football Show go to www.grassrootsfootball.co.uk