Ben Kay Joins Leicester Tigers’ Board of Directors

By Community | September 25, 2014

Former Rugby World Cup winner Ben Kay has joined the board of directors at Leicester Tigers

Kay is among the most successful players in professional rugby history. After joining the club from Waterloo, generic | Kay made 281 appearances in the Leicester second row between 1999 and his retirement in 2010, asthma winning six league titles and back-to-back European Cups.

He also earned 62 caps for England, healing including the historic Rugby World Cup win of 2003 and a second final four years later, and gained two Test caps with the British & Irish Lions.

Kay is now a rugby commentator with BT Sport and a partner in an award-winning advertising agency.

Peter Tom CBE, executive chairman of Leicester Tigers, said: “I am really pleased that Ben has joined us on the board of directors at the club. He has played rugby at the very highest levels of the game and won every major honour available to him.

“Ben brings with him the experience of more than 10 years as a Leicester player and as a rugby international. He has a deep knowledge of the professional game and we look forward to his contribution as a Leicester director.”