We represent a number of sporting professionals from around the world providing a complete representation and management service allowing our clients to concentrate on what they do best.

Soccer Aid for Unicef

Soccer Aid for Unicef brings together two teams of celebrities and footballing legends from England and all over the globe for the biggest charity celebrity football match anywhere. This year, Olympic champion Usain Bolt made his long-awaited football debut as part of the Soccer Aid World XI.  The Bolt launch created coverage around the world and was the springboard for a successful six-month integrated marketing campaign that raised brand awareness and vital donations for a great cause. The match took place in June 2018 and was watched by a peak of six million people in the UK on ITV and raised £5.5million on the night.  Triple S Communications led the Soccer Aid for Unicef PR campaign working closely with the in-house media teams at Unicef UK and ITV.

Soccer Aid started back in 2006, as the brainchild of Unicef UK Ambassador Robbie Williams and actor Jonathan Wilkes. Since then, former stars of the game like Diego Maradona, Zinedine Zidane and Alan Shearer have played alongside music, film and TV stars like One Direction’s Louis Tomlinson, Woody Harrelson and James McAvoy.

The Soccer Aid for Unicef matches will now be played annually as part of a rebranded 365 project and the money raised through donations on the night and ticket sales helps support children in danger around the world. Plans for 2019 are already underway.

Invictus Games Racing

Invictus Games Racing is a collaboration between the Invictus Games Foundation and James Holder, co-founder of the Superdry clothing brand. The team was launched by Triple S Communications to the world’s media from the Autosport International Car Show at Birmingham’s NEC Arena in January 2018. Holder Racing commissioned Jaguar’s Special Vehicle Operations division to develop and build bespoke F-TYPE SVR racing cars to GT4 specification for a select group of wounded, injured and sick British Armed Forces veterans. They will compete in the 2018-19 British GT Championships as part of a new motor racing team in specially-designed Jaguar sports cars.

Wayne Rooney

Born in Croxteth, Liverpool, he joined the Everton Academy at nine-years-old and progressed through the ranks at the club he supported as a boy before making a famous debut aged just 16. He announced himself to the world with a spectacular last-minute winner to end Arsenal’s unbeaten 30-game run and become the Premier League’s youngest goal scorer in the process. Wayne signed for Manchester United in August 2004, it was a world record transfer fee for a teenager. In thirteen years at Old Trafford he won countless trophies, including: five Premier League trophies, one FA Cup, three League Cups, a Champions League and the Europa League. In the process he became United’s all-time leading goal scorer, a feat he also achieved with England as well as winning 119 caps. Wayne returned to Everton FC in July 2017, scoring the winner in his first Premier League match back for the Toffees, before joining DC United in Washington in Summer 2018.

Gareth Southgate

Gareth Southgate became England Manager in November 2016 and guided the Three Lions to the 2018 FIFA World Cup with an unbeaten record in qualifiers. During the summer tournament in Russia, Gareth steered England to the semi-finals – the country’s finest achievement since 1990. During the World Cup, Gareth was widely praised for his approach to the media and the way he conducted himself.

An authorative figure on the pitch, Gareth amassed over 500 league appearances during his 18-year playing career, captaining both Aston Villa and Middlesbrough to League Cup final success. He led out the latter in a major European cup final in the last game of his career. Remaining at Boro in a managerial role, Southgate earned plaudits from professionals and pundits alike. He spent time as a highly-regarded television pundit and then the FA’s Head of Elite Development before taking charge of the England Under-21 team in August 2013. During his time in charge of the ‘Young Lions’, they won the Toulon Tournament for the first time in 22 years.

Toni Duggan

One of the most exciting attacking players in the women’s game, Toni Duggan’s career began at Everton where she played from 2007-2013. Here she won the 2010 Women’s FA Cup and received her first England cap. Personal accolades came in the form of the FA Women’s Young Player of the Year in 2009, the England Women’s Under-23 Player of the Year in 2012 and the North West Female Player of the Year in 2013. Later that year she joined Manchester City and in 2014 helped the Citizens to their first Continental Tyres Cup triumph. Three more trophies followed between September 2016 and May 2017 before she signed for Barcelona in July 2017.

Harry Maguire

Harry is a modern-day football success story of hard work, talent and an exemplary attitude. A product of the Sheffield United FC Academy, Harry made his debut for the Blades in January 2011 winning the Man of the Match award in the process. By the end of the following season he had won the club’s in-house Player and Young Player of the Season awards. More towering performances followed and the youngster moved to Hull City FC in the summer of 2014. Here he helped the Tigers return to the Premier League where he quickly established himself as one of the divisions rising stars. Consistent, powerful and assured, Leicester City FC secured his services in the 2017 summer transfer window. He has been typically commanding since moving to the King Power Stadium and now in his second season with the Foxes. He broke into the national team and made his debut in 2017 before playing an integral part in England’s Russia World Cup 2018 campaign – playing in every match and scoring a thumping header against Sweden in their 2-0 Quarter Final win.

Round World Entertainment

Established by David Beckham’s former personal manager, Terry Byrne, Round World Entertainment (RWE) was created to centralise several business interests. Included under the RWE umbrella is ‘1966 Entertainment’, the agency that represents the England national football team and manages its relationship with the English Football Association and its partners. Another subsidiary, ‘10Ten Talent’, focuses on management, marketing, branding, PR and sponsorship of a range of high profile sports people, including Pele and the England Manager Gareth Southgate.

ONE Pro Cycling

Co-founded by former England Player of the Year and Ashes winner Matt Prior shortly after his retirement from international cricket, ONE Pro Cycling is a British UCI Continental men’s cycling team. Prior developed a passion for cycling as part of his conditioning programme with the ECB. In just two short years since launch, the professional cycling team have had great success at UCI Continental and Pro-Continental level and significantly developed their corporate structure.


Swellaway is an award-winning medical device that is set to transform athlete rehabilitation in professional and amateur sport – with leading UK physiotherapists already describing it as a breakthrough device in the treatment and recovery of elite sportsmen and women. The product reduces swelling and bruising around injuries by providing cooling, heating and compression. The small, portable device does not require ice, water or gel packs and can monitor temperature on the skin to within one degree. It is fully digital, providing patients and physios with different programmable treatments and data capture.