Mathieu Moreuil has been dealing with sport related issues in Brussels for 15 years. He started his career in 2003 in the European Commission, first in the sport unit and then in the unit in charge of free movement of workers including professional players.
In 2007 Mr Moreuil joined APCO, a Public Affairs Consultancy, where he advised clients in the media and sport sectors.
In 2010, Mr Moreuil was appointed Head of EU Public Policy for the English Premier League and set up the Brussels Office. In 2018 he was promoted Director of International Football Relations and EU Affairs
Mr Moreuil also coordinates the Brussels activities of the Sports Rights Owners Coalition (www.sroc.info) a group of 50+ sport events’ organisers which deals with IPR and rights issues.
Mr Moreuil graduated from the Strasbourg Institute for Political Sciences. He also holds a Masters in European Law from the Free University of Brussels and an MBA in International Management from the ESCP Europe.
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