Inspirational and Motivational Sports speaker Martin Johnson CBE Captained the winning England rugby team in the 2003 World Cup.
As a keynote, motivational or after dinner speaker, Formerly England Manager Martin is unrivalled in his charm and humour, his anecdotes and insights into leadership strategy and culture as well as teamwork are the perfect match for a huge range of events.
- Rugby Speaker
- Sports Speaker
- Achieving Goals
- Maximising Success
- Overcoming Adversity
In 2008, Martin Johnson replaced Brian Ashton as the England team manager, a position he held until 2011.
He was named the ’98/’99 Allied Dunbar Premiership Player of the Season and after being appointed the Leicester Tigers’ club captain in ’97 led the Leicester team to a Pilkington Cup victory, four successive Premiership titles 1999-2002 as well as the inaugural Zurich Championship in 2001 and back to back European Heineken Cup triumphs in 2001 and 2002.
He made his Midlands debut in 1990, and first played for England in 1993.
Martin’s international career began in 1987 when he played for the England 18-Group.
He joined Leicester Tigers’ senior squad in 1989 and in the summer of that year, played for England in New Zealand and was selected for the NZ U21 to tour Australia the following year.
He has been involved in all 10 Five/Six Nations tournaments since his debut (1994-2003) and 3 Lions Tours (New Zealand 1993, South Africa 1997 and Australia 2001). Martin has also played in two previous World Cups in 1995 and in 1999 when he took over the captaincy.