Liverpool and Scotland football legend is heading to Chichester

Dementia Support is hosting an evening with football legend Graeme Souness in Chichester.

Tuesday, 11th February 2020, 4:24 pm
Updated Tuesday, 11th February 2020, 4:25 pm
Graeme Souness is coming to Chichester next month / Picture: Getty
Graeme Souness is coming to Chichester next month / Picture: Getty

Souness will be at the Chichester Harbour Hotel in North Street on Friday, March 27, discussing his distinguished and successful career, which has spanned more than 40 years, as a player, manager and now Sky Sports pundit.

There will be a focus on his tales from the world of football, including his time as a player for the Scottish national team and for Middlesbrough, as captain at Liverpool and as the multi-title winning player-manager at Rangers, as well as his thoughts on new research linking dementia and football, and how it might affect the game in the future.

Standard and VIP tickets are available with meet and greet and premium seating options.

Graeme Souness celebrates Liverpool's 1981 European Cup triumph with Kenny Dalglish and Alan Hansen / Picture: Getty

All tickets include live interview, Q&A, fish and chips and a drink. Please contact [email protected] with any dietary requirements or wheelchair access requests.

Tickets are available from

Email [email protected] or call 01243 958460.

Graeme Souness the manager - at Newcastle / Picture: Getty