We have started more than 60 football careers and scouted more than 15 000 players in Nigeria since we started in 2007. In November 2015 TopSpot organizes in cooperation with CNA Legal a talent tournament in Lagos’ National Stadium Surulere (Astro Turf). Participation infomation Tournament period: Nov 6- 10 2015 Time: 8am to 2pm Venue: National Stadium […]

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PRESS RELEASE 4.6.2014 TopSpot Ltd has signed a letter of intent with global TV network Trace TV about the upcoming football factual entertainment series TopSpot – Spotting the Top Talents. Trace TV’s sports channel Trace Sport Starts is broadcasted to over 100 countries and has a coverage of nearly 40 million potential viewers. “We are […]

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PRESS RELEASE 20.5.2014 TOPSPOT HITS THE TOP CHANNEL IN AFRICA – VIASAT SIGNS A LETTER OF INTENT TopSpot has signed a letter of intent with Ghanian television channel Viasat1. Viasat1 is a television channel owned by the Swedish listed media group, Modern Times Group (MTG). Ghana is one of the fastest growing market areas in […]

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TopSpot is opening a new window on the football world with a TV series about talented young African players. They are willing to take a leap of faith to make their dream of a career in football come true. The show also covers the work of our intrepid scouts who leave no stone unturned, even in provincial Nigeria, […]

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Topspot Crew has landed in Cannes! Check out our new freshly published trailer and when you want to know more contact our eager crew, we can most certainly squeeze an appointment to our calendars for you. Conference programme is full of interesting keynotes and workshops. We cannot wait to see Kim Cattrall, if you share […]

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The idea of this production has been brewing for a quite some time. When Topspot started back in 2007 the talent tournaments and brought first players from Nigeria to Northern Finland few things were clear: The players had no idea how disciplined and hard professional footballer’s life is. Cultural clashes were inevitable. Expectations and reality […]

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