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Dave Reddin

For the past 30 years, Dave Reddin has been a driving force behind many of our nation’s greatest sporting achievements. He has worked deep inside some of the greatest teams in UK sporting history and brings a unique insight into the people, strategies, and success factors which have contributed to the extraordinary transformations of the England Rugby Team, Team GB and the England football team.

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Rugby World Cup Winner. As a core member of Sir Clive Woodward’s senior management team Dave led a transformational change in the preparation of England’s Rugby players.
Working with players like Martin Johnson, Jonny Wilkinson, Lawrence Dallaglio, Matt Dawson, Jason Leonard and Will Greenwood, he created a new standard for international rugby preparation which resulted in the team being unbeaten for 4 years, winning a Grand Slam and a World Cup in 2003 after extra time with the oldest team in the tournament. He was honoured with an MBE in 2004.

Record Breaking Home Olympics. As Head of Performance for Team GB at the London 2012 Olympic Games, Dave led the development of an unprecedented portfolio of support which helped to power Team GB to a record medal haul.

Transforming England Football. From 2014 to 2020 Dave played a pivotal role in driving widespread change in a sport stuck in dogma and insular thinking. Dave was a key architect of the transformation of England teams over a 6 year period driving the development of a radically progressive new strategy of “What It Takes to Win”, utilising many lessons learnt from other sports and businesses. This work led to the most consistently successful period in England football history across its 24 national teams including World Cup wins at u20 and u17 level, European championship wins at u19 and a World Cup semi-final for men’s and women’s senior teams.

Dave worked alongside Gareth Southgate and inside the senior England Team throughout this period, leading all of the planning for the 2018 World Cup, England’s best finish for 26 years.
In 2020, Dave co-founded Pitch32, a full service agency which works with investors in football to transform on and off field performance.

Dave has been involved in an unprecedented number of diverse sporting events including:

2 Rugby World Cups (1999 and 2003), 1 Grand Slam Championship (2003), 1 British Lions Tour (2005), 2 Olympic Games (2010 and 2012), 3 Football World Cups (2014, 2015 and 2018).

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