Stevenage Football Club has appointed former Crystal Palace Managing Director Dominic Jordan as its new Chief Executive Officer…
The 51-year-old arrives after spending the last twelve years running a sports partnership business he founded in 2010. Prior to that, he was the Operations & Managing Director of Crystal Palace for ten years, involved in all aspects of the running of the Club in the Premier League and the Championship. Dominic Jordan will take up his new position from Monday, 28th March.
“We had 77 applicants for the CEO position and interviewed some very strong candidates. Dominic’s experience, strong desire to link with fans and the community and, most importantly, skillset to grow revenue streams made him our standout choice and we are delighted to welcome him to the Club”, said Stevenage FC Chairman Phil Wallace.
Dominic Jordan added “I am delighted to be joining Stevenage Football Club as the new CEO”, Dominic Jordan said. “I have been extremely impressed by what has been achieved at the Club and I am looking forward to forging strong relationships with the fans, the local community and the fantastic businesses within it”.
“I cannot wait to get to work with a great team to drive the Club forward”.