Gary Neville spent his entire football career with Manchester United, joining the club as an apprentice in 1991 and remaining until his retirement in 2011. He was club captain for the final five years at Old Trafford and during the course of his career won of 20 trophies with the team , including eight Premier League titles and two Champions League titles. As an England player, he represented his country for 10 years over 85 games.
Gary moved into the world of hospitality with the launch in 2013 of GG Hospitality with former Manchester United colleague Ryan Giggs. The company opened Café Football in Stratford, London, later that year, followed by the launch of the 133-bedroom Hotel Football at Old Trafford in 2015.
GG Hospitality is currently working on the transformation of Manchester’s former Stock Exchange building on Norfolk Street into a 35-bedroom boutique hotel, which is due to open next year, as well as devising plans for the St Michael’s scheme in the city centre, which will incorporate a 200-bedroom hotel, 170 residential apartments, and office space and leisure space.