Paul McVeigh

About Paul

What can the business world learn from a ‘Stupid Footballer’? The answer is a hell of a lot! Paul McVeigh, football’s No. 1 keynote speaker, takes the many lessons he learnt from his 16 years at the top of his game as a Premier League footballer for Tottenham Hotspur and Norwich City and translates these into strategies for success for organisations from all different walks of business life.

How do you reach the pinnacle of one of the most ruthless industries in the world? Having faced some of the world’s best footballers from the last decade, the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo and Gareth Bale, Paul is now passing on his knowledge and passion to help individuals, and companies as a whole, become the best in their field too... Read More



Keynote & After Dinner Speaking

Paul has rapidly established himself as one of the best keynote speakers around and he also delivers after dinner speeches for companies and organisations of all shapes and sizes.


  • Believe You Can Be Better

  Bob Dylan warbled about how the times they are a changin’. That song could be a metaphor for what I believe about my life right now. In my last few blogs I’ve written about how my life is so very different now to what it was fifteen, ten, even one year ago. As many […]

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  • Costessey Sports Boys Football Club at their ‘End of season awards’

Delighted to speak with Costessey Sports Boys Football Club at their ‘End of season awards’ last night! Always good to have a laugh at yourself but even better when the audience joins in with the craic!  

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  • The Shirt of Shirts

Last time out I wrote about how I was clearing out all of the shirts that I’ve collected throughout my career in professional football. They once all meant a lot to me for a variety of reasons but the fact that I have managed to live my life in recent years with them all bagged […]

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Doing his bit for charity

Please click here to support Paul in his quest to get his wee legs around London marathon in under 4 hours!!
All monies donated will be given towards raising funds and awareness for MacMillan Cancer Support.
Today 889 people will be hit with the news that they have cancer, then it will hit everyone who loves them. But up to a quarter of people face cancer without support from family or friends. No one should face cancer alone. And with your support no one will.

The Shirt of Shirts