Bryan representedEnglandon 90 occasions between 1980 and 1991, making him, at the time, the fifth mostcappedEngland player. His goalscoring tally of 26 placed him eighth on the list at the time. Bryan captained his country 65 times, with onlyBobby MooreandBilly Wrighthaving captained England on more occasions.
Bryan began his managerial career with Middlesbrough in 1994. In seven years as Boro manager, he guided them to threeWembleyfinals and earned promotion to thePremier Leagueon two occasions.
Hosting this unique event is Boro legend Craig Hignett. Craig made 196 appearances for the Boro between 1992-1998 scoring 48 goals, which included the first ever goal at The Riverside Stadium. Worth noting that Craig took a pay cut to stay at the Boro and fight his way into the first team after Bryan Robson’s side was promoted from Division One in 1994-1995.
During the evening Bryan will take a nostalgic look back on his illustrious playing career, and his time as Boro Manager, with numerous anecdotes from on and off the field of play; not to mention his opinions on the current Boro team and football in general.
Standard tickets are great value for money at just £20 and there is also a special VIP package available for £45. The VIP package includes a reserved seat in the front three rows, meeting Bryan and Craig prior to the main show for up to one hour, receiving a limited edition signed print plus the opportunity to have a photograph taken with Bryan and Craig.It should be noted that the VIP session commences at 7pm and is limited to 40 guests.
At the half time interval there will be a raffle with some great prizes up for grabs. On the night there is also the chance to ask Bryan and Craig lots of questions and to purchase some fantastic sporting memorabilia.