The Coaching Conference

London, Wednesday March 25

We are delighted to announce that, on Wednesday March 25 2020, The Coaches’ Voice will host our inaugural event.

The Coaching Conference, London 2020, will be a one-day conference for coaches held at the Pullman London St Pancras Hotel (above).

The event is aimed at coaches at all levels of the game, with opportunities for networking with 300+ influential figures.

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We are very pleased to announce that Ralf Rangnick, the head of sport and development at Red Bull (above), will deliver the keynote address.

Additional sessions on the day will feature Neil Bath, director of the Chelsea FC Academy, who will speak on creating a high-performing environment; Paul Clement (below), former Swansea City, Derby County and Reading manager, will call on his experiences working with Carlo Ancelotti to talk about preparing their then Real Madrid team for a Champions League final; and Mary Kok-Willemsen, chief executive of the Holland Football University, will present on the importance of developing a performance compass as a coach.

Philip Haynes

The event is supported by the Premier League, with places having been sponsored for a member of coaching staff from each of the 91 professional clubs in England to be in attendance. In addition to this, places for first-team coaches to attend the event have been made available by the Premier League to the 29 Category 1 and Premier League Academies.

To book your place at this exciting inaugural event, go to

The Coaching Conference, London 2020 is the first in a global series of events from The Coaches’ Voice.

The Coaching Conference

Ralf Rangnick

My epiphany

Ralf Rangnick on his evolution as a coach and how he ensures his players keep pace with the constantly changing landscape of the game
José Mourinho

Play to win

José Mourinho discusses his love for new challenges and the philosophy behind his most respected coaching achievements

Paul Clement

Swansea City had just lost to Arsenal when Paul Clement reorganised his team to such an extent they won at Liverpool. He exclusively revisits their approach