Four Reasons Sports Fans Should Head To The Esquire Townhouse Next Week

​Our live pop-up event has your name on it

Like sport? Then you'll want to know about some events we have lined up at Esquire Townhouse, our four day pop-up event in St James's, London which runs from October 13-16.

At 6:30pm on Friday 14 October an array of sporting experts from Sky Sports are in the house to discuss and debate some of the most iconic sporting moments from the last 25 years. Chaired by Simon Thomas the evning will also feature cricket legend David Gower, rugby World Cup winner Will Greenwood and Arsenal legend Alan Smith and more.

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Kicking off Saturday afternoon at 1pm you can join the original football super-agent Jon Smith to discuss the topical subject of how football transfers and deals are done. Smith has been at the heart of some of football's biggest transfers and has represented the likes of Diego Maradona and Ruud Gullit and over 400 other top players. In conversation with the Evening Standard's chief football correspondent James Olley, it prmises to be a revealing and entertaining account of how football really works.

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Later in the evening at 7:30pm we are joined by British and Irish Lions players in an event any rugby fan dare not miss. With a tour to face the All Blacks next summer, the Esquire Townhouse bar will host a panel of players past and present to share their stories, look ahead to 2017 and give an insight into what it means to pull on that Lions shirt.

Finally on Sunday 16 at 11am we will be joined by former England cricket great Jonathan Trott to discuss a career that took in the highs of claiming the Ashes and becoming one of the world's finest Test batsman, alongside the lows of leaving an Australia tour due to a stress-related illness.

Find out more information and get your tickets at: www.esquire.co.uk/townhouse