A life-long supporter and Club partner, Eddie Clark joined the United Board in May 2012. Eddie was soon elected to the role of vice-chairman in January 2013.
Eddie's proven business acumen will complement the expertise of the current Board. Along with his wife Ruth, Eddie runs a family haulage business in Haddenham and regularly sponsors matches, supports the players' away travel and several members of his extended family are involved with matchday roles at the Club.
Director of Football/Cambridge United Community Trust Chairman
Graham joined the board in June 2013 in his capacity as Chair of the Cambridge United Youth and Community Trust.
Graham initially joined Cambridge United as a player in the early 1980s, moving from Cardiff City in his native Wales. He subsequently played for, and managed, Cambridge City and Histon and has been very involved in Cambridgeshire and East Anglian football management for many years.
Since 2002, Graham has been the General Director of Christians in Sport.
On his appointment to the United Board, he said, 'It's an honour to join the leadership team of this marvellous club. I will try to play my part in making the city of Cambridge proud of our football club both in the way it performs on the pitch and in the impact it makes on our wider community.'
A U's fan for over 50 years, Renford brings a wealth of commercial experience to the board from his role as chairman for the Premier Travel Group; an International Travel Company that employs over 200 people in the Cambridge area.
He has been active in the Cambridge area for a long time, and has been a Holidays and Travel presenter for BBC Radio Cambridge for nearly 20 years. Renford is also a keen golfer, and has been a member at Gog Magog Golf Club for 35 years.
Renford said: "People and their cultures are my greatest interest so to travel the world for a living and support the U's has given me a fortunate life.
"I found that most would rather talk football than hotel contracts and it's no surprise that there are now U's fans in some of the worlds more remote places!"
Christoph Loch is the Director (Dean) of Cambridge Judge Business School at the University of Cambridge. Professor Loch took office on 1 September 2011, having previously held the position of GlaxoSmithKline Chaired Professor of Corporate Innovation and Professor of Technology and Operations Management at INSEAD, where he also served as Dean of the INSEAD PhD programme from 2006-2009.
Loch holds a PhD in business from the Graduate School of Business at Stanford University, an MBA from the University of Tennessee, and a Diplom-Wirtschaftsingenieur degree from the Darmstadt University of Technology.
Christoph joined the Cambridge United Board of Directors in February 2016.
Director of Business
Shaun Grady, Vice President of Business Development Operations at Cambridge-based pharmaceutical giants AstraZeneca, accepted an invitation to join Cambridge United's Board of Directors in December 2016.
AstraZeneca have been collaborating with Cambridge United Community Trust since November 2015, with the multinational biopharmaceutical company supporting the 'Active Science' programme that aims to increase primary school children's enthusiasm for science. Shaun's appointment brings additional experience to the Board and is another step in the strengthening relationship between the Club and AstraZeneca.
CFU Fans Elected Director - Club SLO - Click here
Dave was appointed as Fans Elected Director in February 2016. Having supported the club since 1970 and been a key figure for the club's official supporter's group Cambridge Fans United for many years, Dave is the perfect fit to represent the Club's supporters on the Board of Directors.
Godric started his career in mental health campaigning in the 1980s before spending 15 years in Government communications as a civil servant, including 10 years in Downing Street. He was the Prime Minister's Official Spokesman from 2001-2004. He left to become Communications Director at London 2012 from 2006 to the end of the Games before co founding Inc in 2013. Inc is a communications, marketing and strategy consultancy based in London. Godric has been a Board Member of Cambridge Junction since 2013. He was awarded a CBE in 2004.
EFL Regulation 108.6: "Each Club shall publish the identities of the ultimate owner (Person, not Entity) of each Significant Interest in the Club (as that term is defined Rule 1.1 of Appendix 3). That information shall as a minimum be published on the Club’s official website on a page accessible directly from the home page of that official club website."
The ultimate owner for the purposes of the above Regulation is Paul Barry.
CEO - Ian Mather
Head of Football - Ben Strang
Caretaker Manager - Mark Bonner
First Team Goalkeeper Coach - Mark Bunn
Head of Performance - Matt Walker
First Team Analyst - Jonathan Kaye
Kit Manager - Gordon Millar
Club and Football Secretary - Andy Beattie
Stadium Manager and Head Groundsman - Ian Darler
Academy Manager – Tom Pell
Head of Coaching & Player Development – Adam Bridgeford
Head of Academy Operations - Kit Brunswick
Head of Academy Recruitment – Dom Knighton
Head of Education – Vanessa Walker
Senior PDP Coach (18-21) – Barry Corr
PDP Lead Coach (16-18) – Jimmy Unwin
Lead Coach (12-13) – Dario Seminerio
FP Lead Coach (9-11) Liam Bloye
Pre Academy & Elite Centre Manager – Kiefer Driscoll
Senior Academy Physiotherapist – Keiren Stimpson
Academy Analyst – Ben Small
Academy Psychologist – Darryl Coakley
Head of Partnerships - Nick Fairbairn
Retail and Ticketing Manager - Gareth Daniels
Head of Communications - Tom Stewart