Head, Corporate Social Responsibility, VFL Wolfsburg

Successful football needs sustainability. Only those who understand football holistically and applies long-term framework conditions, will permanently end up on the winning track. Not acting sustainably means to rely on short-term gains. That cannot be the objective. In the social and environmental sense, football clubs should commit themselves to sustainable business practices.

Nico Briskorn, born in 1977, is heading the Corporate Social Responsibility department of the VfL Wolfsburg Soccer Corporation. In this role he is dedicated to improving the club in the fields of society and ecology. His core functions include the further development and strategic implementation of the CSR-Initiative “Moving together” as well as the preparation and publication of VfL Wolfsburg’s sustainability report. Nico Briskorn is a member of various committees and working groups, including the Working Group for Corporate Social Responsibility of the Bundesliga Foundation. Nico Briskorn started his career at VfL Wolfsburg in 2004 and was responsible for the club’s Customer Relationship Management until he assumed his current position in 2010. He studied sports management with a focus on sports marketing at the University of Leipzig.