Majid Lavji is a sports industry specialist with comprehensive
knowledge and extensive experience working with football clubs
and players across Africa, Asia and Europe.
With over 25 years of experience, Majid has been actively involved in the strategic conceptualisation, development and implementation of football academies, contract negotiations, the marketing of football clubs and international league matches.
Majid is also a Licensed FA / FIFA Football Intermediary and is a qualified coach in grassroots football.
Major Sporting Contracts in Apparels
for National Organisations
Movement of football players
Branding and Marketing
Manufacturing and Design
contacts in Asia
Setting up university courses in
Sports and Management
Majid Lavji and his team pride themselves in providing an all-round approach to football from identifying talent, investing in, and developing young players, mentoring players, and offering guidance to help them make the best possible career decisions both on and off the pitch.
Our global team of qualified and experienced consultants offer clients sound player management, work across time zones, speaking many different languages, who understand the needs of their clients at a local level.
A client’s business is of paramount importance to everyone at our consultancy which we reflect in our attention to detail, integrity, and discretion whatever the nature of our assignment.
Created UK’s first National Football
Festival for Ethnic Minorities
Co-organised the Tsunami Soccer Aid game at Anfield in 2005 with ex Liverpool players
Conducting AsiaEurope Football Festivals in Africa Asia and Europe
Player management and development
FA qualified football coaching
Served as the European Director for Gambia FA
Developing an educational programme
based on our values of tolerance
inclusivity and openness
Contract negotiations for professional players football associations and sport sponsors
Extensive contacts within sports industry
Conducting media relations for major football clubs who are trying to break into the Asian football players market