At FSG, we view ourselves less as owners and more as stewards of a public trust.

A Global Sports, Marketing, Media, Entertainment and Real Estate Portfolio

What began as a group of like-minded investors in 2001 with the acquisition of the Boston Red Sox, Fenway Park, and 80 percent of the New England Sports Network (NESN), has grown in the span of two decades to include Liverpool Football Club (LFC), the Pittsburgh Penguins, NASCAR’s RFK Racing (RFK), sports marketing and consulting firm Fenway Sports Management (FSM), and real estate division Fenway Sports Group Real Estate (FSGRE) that oversees the assets, acquisitions, and development of FSG’s properties.


A Winning Formula

FSG has combined a deep respect for analytics with the intangibles of sports that go beyond the realm of data and science. During FSG’s tenure, the Red Sox have amassed four World Series Championships, one of which ended an 86-year drought. In less than a decade, FSG took Liverpool F.C. to the pinnacle of world football, winning every club trophy available, including the team’s first League title in 30 years, its sixth European Cup, and first ever FIFA Club World Cup.


Fusing History and Tradition with Modern Innovation

What others dismissed as relics of a prior era, FSG made contemporary through the care, art, and investment that transformed two of the worlds most beloved and hallowed sports venues, Fenway Park and Anfield Stadium, into spectacular year-round entertainment destinations that preserve the charm and integrity of the manner in which they were built over a century ago.

A Passionate and Global Fan Base

The spirit and intensity of FSG’s global fan base has the power to change the course of any given game and extends well beyond the cities our teams are named after. Like our players, we are similarly inspired by the passion, grit, and constancy of our fans.


Active Participants in the Community

During FSG’s stewardship, we have transformed a tradition of giving into exemplary models of sports philanthropy, creating two of the most socially conscience clubs in sports. More than $100 million in charitable contributions have been made through the Red Sox Foundation to support the New England and Fort Myers communities, and the LFC Foundation has helped more than 83,000 people from the most deprived areas of the United Kingdom, while delivering £25 million in health benefits and putting £8 million directly into the local economy.