- Known For His Impressively Long Running Playing Career With Both Saracens & Leicester Tigers
- One Of The First People To Be Inducted Into The Rugby Premiership Hall Of Fame
Legendary player George Chuter is known for his impressively long running playing career with both Saracens & Leicester Tigers, spanning more than a decade Chuter played at the top level of professional rugby culminating with playing for England as well.
Taking part in seven Premiership finals for Leicester George Chuter is a highly respected sports speaker known for his dedication, ambition and wealth of playing experience. Chuter helped the Tigers reach four European Cup finals and also won a Knockout Cup with Saracens.
For George his career started back in 1996 making his debut for Saracens where he stayed for four years, and after taking a year out to travel the world, joined Leicester where he stayed until the end of his career. After retiring Chuter has gone to work as an after dinner speaker and make guest appearances on numerous high profile television and radio shows.
Outside of his work as a rugby speaker and Tigers player George Chuter is remembered as an integral member of England’s 2007 World Cup team, where he played alongside fellow sports speakers and sporting legends Andrew Sheridan, Lawrence Dallaglio and Jonny Wilkinson.
One of the first people to be inducted into the Rugby Premiership Hall of Fame George Chuter retired in 2014 to focus on his work as a rugby speaker and enjoy his personal life. George has appeared as a guest and after dinner speaker at a number of hospitality events at his old club in Leicester; he is also a much sought after sports speaker at other more high profile events across the UK and continues to appear as a rugby speaker on television and radio broadcasts.