The Confederation's General Secretary will be one of the speakers at the Soccerex Global Convention next month

Miami (Wednesday, August 9, 2017)

Soccerex and the Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF) today announced a two-year institutional partnership that provides further opportunities to engage with the global football community. The partnership begins at the Soccerex Global Convention, where a one-on-one session will be conducted with CONCACAF's General Secretary Philippe Moggio. The event will be held September 4 to the 6, in Manchester, England.

“CONCACAF’s partnership with Soccerex contributes to further position the Confederation as a leading sports organization, while strengthening our relationships with the global football community,” said CONCACAF General Secretary Philippe Moggio.

At the Soccerex Global Convention, Mr. Moggio, who acts as the chief executive officer of the Confederation, will discuss the progress of CONCACAF’s reform plans, governance, as well as the success of the organization’s competitions.

David Wright, Marketing Director of Soccerex, commented:

“We are proud and honoured to sign this institutional agreement with CONCACAF at a very important and exciting time for the Confederation. We look forward to working with CONCACAF to provide an additional platform to engage the different sectors of the global football industry through our events around the world.”

Mr Moggio’s interview will be part of a thought-provoking conference programme at the Soccerex Global Convention, designed to deliver unique business insight across a variety of football’s key sectors from stadia design, sponsorship and international investment to the latest in wearable technology and the rise of influencer marketing. To view the Soccerex Global Convention Conference Program please click here.


CONCACAF is the governing body for football in the region, and one of six continental authorities that administer the game along with FIFA. Formed in 1961 from the merger of the Football Confederation of Central America and the Caribbean and the North American Football Confederation, CONCACAF now has 41 member associations, from Canada in the north to Guyana, Suriname and French Guiana on the South American continent. As the administrative body for the region, CONCACAF organizes competitions, offers training courses in technical and administrative aspects of the game, and helps to build football throughout the region.

About Soccerex

Established in 1995, Soccerex is the leading provider of business events for the global football community. Bringing together key industry decision makers from the world of football, Soccerex provides a unique commercial environment where delegates can benefit from exclusive business opportunities, networking and bespoke educational content.

Now in its twenty second year, Soccerex has hosted 40 events across five continents. The Soccerex portfolio includes an annual Global Convention complimented by regional Forums.