Former Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher dedicated his whole career to the Reds, making his debut in 1997 and finally bowing out over 16 years later with 737 appearances to his name. By the time he hung up his boots he had a string of trophies to his name, including two FA Cups, three League Cups, a UEFA Cup and of course the big one – the Champions League, won on that unforgettable night in Istanbul in 2005.
After retiring from playing Carra moved into broadcasting where he became part of the Sky Sports team covering the big games and, unsurprisingly, took to it like a duck to water. Carra’s no-nonsense attitude transferred perfectly from pitch to screen and, tied in with his instinctive humour, his work on the TV has brought him well deserved acclaim.
Carra is heading down under in February visiting cities in Australia and New Zealand to talk not only about his Anfield career but also about current events at the club and in the football world, all told in his hilarious yet honest style with a few stories thrown in you might not hear elsewhere.
Carra will be visiting Wellington on Tuesday the 23rd February 2016. The venue is The Embassy Theatre (Kent Terrace Mount Victoria, Wellington 6011)
- General Admission – $60 plus handling fee
- Meet and Greet (includes admission to the show) – $135 plus handling fee
Please Note: LFC Wellington members will be emailed an exclusive discount code (sent closer to time of tickets going on sale). If you want to take advantage of this you need to be an LFC Wellington registered member. If you haven’t done so already you can register for free here: http://www.lfcwellington.co.nz/membership/
Meet and Greet tickets give you the chance to shake hands with the man himself and to bring along one item to have personally signed. Included in the Meet and Greet ticket price is a snap of you taken alongside Carra by our professional photographer, with a link to download the image available shortly afterwards. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity, one you will cherish forever.
Also, if you buy these tickets your hub-caps will be safe.
General admission tickets are well worth the money and as well as being a great laugh listening to Jamie’s take on the game you get the chance to take part in auctions and raffles for some very special and rare sporting memorabilia. It’s a night you won’t forget.
You will be able to purchase tickets here:
Keep an eye on the above link as more info will be released before Wednesday night (when tickets go on sale).