There’s just over two weeks to go until Coventry City host ‘An Evening with Phil Tufnell’ at the Ricoh Arena.
England Cricketer, to now TV personality, Phil Tufnell will be our guest on Friday 19th October in the Premier Lounge at the Ricoh Arena, where he will take us through his career, whether it be taking wickets, being named ‘King of the Jungle’ or captaining other sporting icons on 'A Question of Sport'.
With Strictly Come Dancing now underway, he will also talk about his time on the hit BBC One show.
Places are available to book for £55, or a VIP Package is available for £80, with the night compered by popular Midlands Today presenter Nick Owen.
Both packages include three course dining, while the VIP package includes a complimentary drink on arrival and access to an exclusive area prior to the event where guests can meet and mingle with Tuffers and have a photo with him.
To book your place, call Coventry City on 024 7699 1987 (Option 2) or at eticketing.co.uk/CCFC
All bookings are subject to a £1 booking fee per ticket plus postage.
About Phil Tufnell
A slow left-arm bowler for England, turned King of the Jungle and now team captain on a Question of Sport, ‘Tuffers’ is a household name.
Tuffers enjoyed a successful career in cricket, spanning over 16 years for Middlesex and England. The slow left-arm bowler took well over 1,000 wickets and had the ability to change a game on its head with the ball in his hand.
Having spent the majority of his career at Middlesex, Tufnell made his England Test debut back on Boxing Day in 1990 against Australia in Melbourne.
This would be the first of 42 test appearances for the cricketer, with over 120 wickets to his name, including five, five wicket hauls and twice earning himself 10 wickets in a match.
Having retired cricket back in 2002, Tufnell became a star of reality TV as he would go on to win the second series of ‘I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here!’ in 2003.
From then on, Phil has gone on to compete in Strictly Come Dancing, making it as far as Week 9, as well as appearing on other popular television shows - including as team captain on A Question of Sport since 2008 and a regular on the radio institution 'Test Match Special' since 2003.
Phil certainly has a vast amount of stories to tell and speaks openly about the time he has spent in Cricket and on TV.