Welcome to 442 Sports Group
Born from the love of the game, 442 sports group is a modern Cheshire based agency for pre-academy, academy, unsigned talent and professional footballers dedicated to the ongoing management and development of their careers. We are only represented by legally qualified football agents, registered and licensed by the Football Association.
We provide the highest quality agency service in order to maximise your earning potential for the duration of your playing career and beyond. Along every step of a footballer’s career we aim to see our clients develop from a young talented player to be an experienced professional player.
Management of the sporting careers of professional footballers including contract negotiations, transfers and mentoring; as well as working closely with their families.
We operate as intermediaries on behalf of players, agents or football clubs that work with us to complete deals.
We have excellent relationships with major brands and are able to negotiate the best sponsorship opportunities for our clients.
Branding and PR
With our in-house branding and graphic design specialist, we offer brand development services, media training and image advice.
We work closely with St James place (London) who have years of experience offering tax advice, financial planning and general financial advice.
Primarily a right back, Hoyte previously played for English clubs Arsenal, Sunderland, Middlesbrough, Millwall and Dagenham & Redbridge, as well as American side FC Cincinnati in both the USL and MLS.
Former Manchester City and Northern Ireland International Jim Whitley whose career was curtailed by a knee injury is proud to be a part of 442 Sports Group. He also spent loan spells at Blackpool and Norwich before Retiring at Wrexham.
Nathan Levi Fontaine Ellington is a retired English footballer who played as a striker. He played for teams such as Wigan, Watford and West Bromwich Albion. He is currently Assistant Manager at Non League club Egerton.
Gilberto da Silva Melo
Gilberto signed for Tottenham Hotspur from Hertha on 31 January 2008. After an initial period out injured, he made his Spurs debut against PSVin the UEFA Cup on 6 March 2008, he became the first Brazilian to play for Spurs at first-team level.
Since retiring from my 20 year professional playing career I’ve been involved with coaching and nurturing players and have founded my own football academy which is now producing players that are on the cusp of a profession in the game.