Star Studded event and auction to remember Welsh football legend Gary Speed and raise money to support mental health charities

A star studded evening at a top Welsh hotel has been planned in remembrance of the Welsh International footballer Gary Speed and in order to support the organisation of events nationwide to support mental health charities.

11Speed has been created by former Manchester City, Blackburn Rovers & Welsh Football Association employee Tony Quaglia who worked closely with Gary Speed during his time as a player and captain with the Welsh national team.

The 11Speed team also includes former Welsh International teammates, Neville Southall, and Andy Melville, along with many more, and has the full support of Gary Speed family.

11Speed will be holding its inaugural dinner at the Manor Park Country House, Swansea on the 13th October 2023.

The evening will include a four course meal and be hosted by BBC’s Rob Phillips, with an arrangement of entertainment including Liverpool legend Bruce Grobbelaar, who will be the main speaker,on the evening providing a Q/A with Neville Southall.

The evening will be attended by a number of former and current professional footballers, who played alongside Gary.

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You can find out more via Facebook, Tik Tok, Twitter and Instagram and you can bid on the auction here, which includes;

  • Seven nights for 2 at St Lucia
  • signed prints by Stan Lee (Deadpool)
  • Signed CDs and Albums by Lewis Capaldi, the Stereophonics and Ed Sheeran
  • Signed shirts by  Geraint Thomas and the British and Irish Lions
  • A West End show lunch at Gordon Ramsey’s Savoy Grill
  • A SuperCar track day and more

Find Out More about 11Speed Here





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