The Football People offers a portfolio of undiscovered value, exclusively to both current and future football club owners.
We offer a fast track service for clubs in the position to both sell and grow their assets via our global audience of football people.
Guided by Pro Footballers agency owner Scott Michaels, we represent the fast pace energy that connects the dots, so that club needs and opportunities can be heard by football’s most powerful people in order to complete the latest deals.
We pride ourselves on building long-lasting, trusted relationships. Our vast experience, focus on innovation, and unparalleled service create impactful results and value for our partners.
Football People experienced, passionate leadership team lives by the motto that when focused on achieving the strategic goals of our clients, anything is possible. We are motivated by the power of teamwork to achieve our clients’ visions as well as thinking outside the box to create new ways of thinking.
Stylo Matchmakers® Heirship Seventeen
Model: Heirship Seventeen
Japanese Super Microfiber upper.
Lightweight breathable Oxcited insoles for comfort.
Killer touch texture vent uppers to complete off your moves.
Pro specification sole plate.
Drawstring bag to keep your boots protected
Legends: Christian Fuchs, Jonathan Greening, Kyle Lafferty and many more.
Sizes: 40-45 EU
Fit: True to size.
Before the money, before the ego, before the billion pound stadiums there was a boutique football boot label called Stylo Matchmakers. Stylo Matchmakers is a cool "northern English" premium footwear and designer sportswear brand with deep roots in football. Being the first ever designer football label in the business and worn by football legends George Best, Pele, Billy Bremner, Viv Anderson, Kevin Keegan, Trevor Francis and many more dominated the feet of the top tier footballers with innovative designs which are revolutionary.
Even old school coaches Bill Shankley, Brian Clough, Don Revie, Jimmy Armfield and Jock Stein sported a pair. Stylo Matchmakers was much more than a brand it was part of the heritage of British football.