Legendary Leicester City manager legend Martin O ‘Neill will be returning to the city later this month, for a special fundraiser designed to raise money for children with disabilities.
25 years after his team lifted the League Cup at Hillsborough Stadium, Martin O’Neill will be returning to Leicester on October 27, for a special Menphys fundraiser.
The event, which is set to be held at the King Power Stadium, is designed to raise funds to provide much-needed sporting opportunities to children and young people with disabilities.
On the night, Mr O’Neill will be joined by some former members of his team, including past captains, Steve Walsh and Matt Elliott, with further surprise guests yet to be announced.
He will be answering questions and reminiscing about his four-and-a-half season career at Leicester, during the course of the evening, which will also see him discuss his new
is being hosted by BBC Radio Leicester’s Ady Dayman.
The Q & A will be led by Henry Winter, Chief Football Writer for the Times.
All ticket prices include a welcome drink, a three-course evening meal, followed by tea and coffee. There will also be photo opportunities with Martin and other special guests. Platinum and Sponsor Tables come with a ‘Meet and Greet’ Opportunity.
“For any football fan who loves ‘the beautiful game’ this is an event not to be missed!” said a spokesman for the event.
“Martin O’Neill is one of the most compelling and respected figures in football. For the first time he reflects on one of the most varied and interesting football careers in the British Isles.”
To find out more, or to book a ticket, visit: https://www.seetickets.com/event/martin-o-neill-live-at-the-king-power-stadium/the-king-power-stadium/2328558