Gino Pozzo has made a reputation for himself for creating football clubs and taking them into the top leagues in each of their respected countries. Gino Pozzo, who is the owner of the Watford Football Club in England, is one of the top figureheads in the European sports scene of modern culture. Pozzo was born into a football enthusiast family, and spent his childhood in Udine, Italy. Through family connections he was maintained a footprint in the Udinese Calcio football club. Gino Pozzo moved to the United Sates to earn his Masters at Harvard University at the young age of 18. After marrying he relocated to Spain, but currently lives in London with his family to take over operations of of the Vicarage Road football club. The Pozzo family is a globally respected name, with his father’s purchase of the Udinese Club in their hometown in 1986.
The Pozzo family purchased the Watford Club in 2012, a struggling and failing company. After the purchase of this company Pozzo moved his family to London, asserting that their main focus was the growth of the Watford Club. After the ownership of the Watford Club, that made the Pozzo family the only family in the world to own three football clubs simultaneously in three different countries. In 2015, that season witnessed all three of the Pozzo clubs competing in their countries top competitions. For the Pozzo’s original club of Udinese, it was their twentieth consecutive year in the Champions League. In only four years Pozzo took the Watford Club from the Fourth Division to the Premiere League. After this, Gino Pozzo sold a majority of his shares so that he could focus more specifically on the Udinese and Watford Clubs. There has been many management and coach changes since Pozzo has aquired the Watford Club, but the Hornets continue to prove themselves as champions in the Premier League, the highest competition level in the U.K.