Chief Executive Officer appointed

By SFC Media time Tue 25 Mar Club

Southampton Football Club is delighted to announce that Gareth Rogers has been appointed as its Chief Executive Officer.

Gareth has held the position of Interim Chief Executive for the past two months, having previously worked at the Club as Chief Financial Officer since March 2011.

Ralph Krueger, Chairman of Southampton FC said:

“It gives me great pleasure to announce, on behalf of the Board, that Gareth has been appointed as our new Chief Executive Officer.

“Gareth has done an excellent job leading our operation through a challenging and transitional period over the past two months. In that time he has proved himself to be decisive, open to innovation and able to inspire others to share his great values.

“His appointment is another important step forward for our leadership team as we continue to grow this great Club.”

Gareth Rogers said:

“It is a real privilege and an honour to be confirmed as Chief Executive Officer of Southampton Football Club. 

“It is clear from every facet of the Club that a real sense of potential exists and we intend to continue to strive in order to reach this. Whilst there is significant work ahead of us, I cannot speak highly enough of our fantastic staff who I know, having worked with them for the past three years, are pulling in the same direction to ensure that the Club can continue to better itself. 

“Consequently, I look forward and am excited by the challenge of helping the Club to grow, both on and off the pitch, as we strive for long-term success.”

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