Co-Owner and Co-Chairman, Tampa Bay Buccaneers; Co-Owner and Director, Manchester United
Ed Glazer is the Co-Chairman of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers NFL Franchise. His family has owned the team since 1995. In 2003, the Lomabrdi Trophy was brought to Tampa for the first time as the Buccaneers won Super Bowl XXXVII. The Glazer Family also owns Manchester United, the worlds most popular soccer team with over 650 million followers worldwide, which they purchased in 2005. Manchester United was recently named the worlds most valuable soccer team according to KPMG. As Co-Charman of First Allied Corporation, the family's real estate holding company which owns properties in over twenty states, Glazer was in charge of all acquisitions and structured financing. Glazer recently launched US Property Trust, which serves as his other holding company. Glazer is Co-President of the Glazer Family Foundation which serves the greater Tampa Bay area and is home to the Glazer Children’s Museum in downtown Tampa.