Peter Filopoulos joined Perth Glory Football Club as their Chief Executive Officer in July 2015, charged with the responsibility of leading and reinvigorating the club out of the salary cap saga that plagued the Club in the 2014/15 Hyundai A-League season and develop and implement a new strategic plan for the Club taking them in a new and exciting direction.

Peter has over 22 years experience in sports administration as a strategic and commercial leader with some of Australia’s most iconic sports and entertainment brands holding positions previously with the following organisations:

  • Swimming Australia – Chief Commercial Officer (2014-2015)
  • Etihad Stadium – Director of Sales, Marketing and Communications (2007-2014)
  • North Melbourne Football Club – Director of Sales, Marketing and Communications (2002-2007)
  • Hawthorn Football Club – Director of Sales (1999-2002)
  • South Melbourne Football Club – Chief Executive Officer (1992-1999)

Peter has a demonstrable history leading, developing and driving winning strategies with an outcome focused approach consistently delivering business outcomes and ROI for investors / stakeholders.  He also has a consistent and proven track record of developing, leading and motivating high performance teams, as well as executing thriving business and brand building strategies resulting in sustainable, long-term corporate growth.

Peter thrives on being a strategic leader and embraces and drives change to keep up with fast paced technology. He constantly seeks new opportunities and innovative solutions to challenges. He is not afraid to confront challenges and problems with vigour and goes about business through strong collaboration, effective key stakeholder management and best practice outcomes.

A Melbourne born and raised well rounded sports business executive, Peter and his family currently reside in Perth, Western Australia. Peter is married to Mary and has two children, George and Jonathan.

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