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Woking Football Club names Mick Livesey as Commercial Director

22nd April 2021

Woking Football Club names Mick Livesey as Commercial Director
Veteran commercial partnership and hospitality executive joins from Oxford City

Woking Football Club today announced the hiring of Mick Livesey as new Commercial Director of Surrey’s highest-profile football club.

The club’s Board of Directors unanimously approved the hire last week.

Mick’s CV includes stints as an Academy Coach for Manchester City, a sports journalist, and a Greyhound racing pundit for Sky Sports. Prior to launching his football career, Mick spent a number of years in senior management and commercial sales for Towcester Racecourse. Most recently, Mick served as Commercial Director for Oxford City Football Club of the National League South. Mick’s accomplishments are featured in the latest issue of FC Business magazine. A link to the issue can be found here beginning on page 14.

“Mick’s track record speaks for itself,” said Woking Director John Katz. “In the midst of the pandemic – in which he spent time in hospital with Covid – Mick set new commercial highs at Oxford City and leaves them with over 80 commercial partners. Throughout the interview process, it was clear that he shares our club’s community ethos and our ambition to compete for our place at the top of the National League and our ultimate goal of reaching the Football League.”

Mick is expected to join the club in May and is looking forward to meeting local businesses, community organisations and current and prospective commercial partners.

Mick’s message to Cards supporters: “Life is about embracing challenges and moving forward. I’ve had many offers and it was always going to take something special... [ Read More ]
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On This Day
23rd April
  • 1910: Windsor & Eton 3 Woking 0 in front of 2,000 at the Oxford Hospital Cup Final.
  • 1917: Capt Percivale Knight Allen, played for Woking between 1893 and 1898 of the 10th Battalion W Yorkshire Regiment (same Regiment as EH Lintott) was sadly killed in action at Monchy in France aged 41.
  • 1927: Woking 0 Clapton 3 in the Isthmian League, attendance 2,500.
  • 1949: Woking 2nd XI beat Banstead Athletic 2-1 in the Surrey Intermediate Cup Final, the crowd of 1,500 (paying a grand sum of £62) was swollen by eleven coach loads of fans from east Surrey.
  • 1994: Enfield 0 Woking 0, FA Trophy Semi Final 2nd Leg.
  • 2011: Farnborough 1 Woking 2 in the Blue Square South.
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