Sean joined Fulham in 2010 from the International Tennis Federation, where he was Executive Director, Finance and Administration.
A chartered accountant, he has extensive experience in industry, having worked at PwC, Esselte, Telewest and Compass Group before joining the All England Lawn Tennis Club as Financial Controller and then subsequently the International Tennis Federation.
Mark Lamping was named president of the Jacksonville Jaguars on February 13, 2012. A veteran of more than 20 years as an executive in professional sports, Lamping became the Jaguars’ first president since the end of the 1996 season.
His career highlights include 13 years as a marketing executive with Anheuser-Busch, 14 seasons as president of Major League Baseball’s St. Louis Cardinals and four years as CEO of New Meadowlands Stadium Company where he oversaw the construction and operation of MetLife Stadium. The New York Giants’ 2012 Super Bowl victory enabled Lamping to become one of the few sports executives to have received both a Super Bowl ring and World Series Championship ring. Lamping earned his World Series ring as president of the St. Louis Cardinals following their 2006 championship season.
As president Lamping oversees all business operations for the Jaguars. Since arriving in Jacksonville he has directed a restructuring of the Jaguars front office, along with multiple initiatives designed to engage with fans, improve the in-stadium experience, increase ticket sales and grow business opportunities locally, regionally and internationally. In 2012 the Jaguars improved from 28th to 20th in the NFL in ticket sales. Beginning in 2013 and continuing through the 2016 season, the Jaguars will play one regular season home game each year at London’s Wembley Stadium. Lamping currently serves on the NFL Stadium Security and Fan Conduct Committee and became a Non-Executive Director in July 2013 at Fulham.
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