Sports Management

Sports Management involves the management of all the business-related matters related to sports. Sports Management involves handling all the administrative aspects of sports teams, sports clubs, athletes, sportspersons, sports venues, and sports events. Sports Management is required at all levels where sports are played.

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Kunaal Majgaonkar

Head of Media and Communications

15 years of industry experience

As a qualified sports media manager, Kunaal has spent the last 7 years working at the highly reputed Bengaluru FC after being a sports correspondent for The Times of India for 8 years. His current role entails building the club’s identity and scaling the fan-base to make sure the team walks out to a packed stadium every match.

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Arjun Kapoor

Head of Sponsorship and Marketing

10 years of industry experience

A highly skilled sports manager with an impressive background working as the head of sponsorship and marketing at the prestigious MCFC.
An alumnus of St. Xavier’s College, Ahemdabad, Arjun has previously worked with Percept Sports where he played an integral role in high-profile events such as the IPL and F1.

KEY SKILLS

  • Effective Communicator

  • Mastery and Passion

  • Selflessness

  • Sensitivity

  • Teamwork

  • Decision Maker

  • Trustworthiness

  • Humility

  • Analytical Mindset

  • Creativity

  • Time Management

  • Organization

  • Problem Solving

  • Leadership

  • Adaptability

  • Active Listening

  • Work Ethic

PROS

  • A Sports Management degree allows you to follow your passion for the sports world while also making a living in it.

  • There is a strong industry growth as the sports industry continues to grow in many different directions as sports evolve to find new market niches

  • Job flexibility.

  • Sports can management can be fun.

  • You get to travel and experience.

CONS

  • Sports Management involves hectic jobs with longer working hours on average.

  • Taking care of teams and making sure that everything runs smoothly behind the scenes is a daunting task.

  • Since sports is a flourishing field, there is a lot of competition.

  • Weird work hours it's not like 9-5 job.

  • It is thus one of the toughest job markets to get into.

OPPORTUNITY TYPES

GOT WHAT IT TAKES?

  • Companies

  • Freelancer 

  • Agencies

  • Events Athletics 

  • Administrator

  • Sport Marketer

  • Sport Agent

  • Sport Lawyer

  • Athletic Coach

  • Athletic Director

  • You love sports and know everything related to it.

  • You know how to oversee all of the business operations for a sports team or organization.

  • You know how to create player contracts or negotiating player trades, managing the organization’s budget including travel and uniform cost.

  • You know how to get participating in press conferences, scheduling athletic events, monitoring ticket sales, and other duties specific to the position and organization.

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