Marvin Sordell is a producer, writer, public speaker, entrepreneur, and former professional football player having played in the Premier League, as well as representing England at U20 & U21 level, and Team GB at London 2012 Olympic Games.
Since retiring in July 2019, Marvin’s focus has turned towards the video production company he co-founded in early 2019; 180 Productions, and spreading awareness for mental health. He is often involved in TV/Radio interviews and panel discussions around the increasing importance of wellbeing, with a particular focus on sport, and is an ambassador for mental health charity, CALM (Campaign Against Living Miserably).
Co Founder And Founder Of Several Businesses
Having made the breakthrough to the first team from the Watford FC academy as an 18 year old, Marvin went on to amass over 300 professional appearances across the top four leagues in England, notably playing for Bolton Wanderers and Burnley in the Premier League, England U20 & U21, and Team GB at London 2012 Olympics, before retiring in the summer of 2019.
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