Cesar Azpilicueta has completed his program on Entertainment, Media and Sports at the prestigious Harvard Business School.
The entertainment management course offered by Harvard, helps one to uncover new approaches for driving revenue and success in the entertainment environment.
Azpilicueta posted several images which he also showed his certificate as he was keen on encouraging further learning.
He Wrote: “Exciting news to share with all of you! I’m thrilled to announce that I have just finished the prestigious Business of Entertainment, Media and Sports program at @harvardhbs! 🎓📚”
“It was an incredible opportunity for personal and professional growth, and I couldn’t be more grateful to Anita Elberse, and to all the faculty and staff at HBS that made it possible.”
“I’ve always believed in the power of education and continuous learning.”
“This program at Harvard will allow me to expand my knowledge and acquire valuable skills beyond the world of sports. 🌍⚽️”
“It has been a great oportunity to be surrounded by talented individuals from diverse backgrounds.”
“I’m excited to learn from renowned professors, engage in thought-provoking discussions, and challenge myself in new ways. 💪📖”
“Let’s continue to inspire and support each other. Onwards and upwards!”
Cesar Azpilicueta might be looking to retire, but that cannot be ascertained yet as the player is yet to say anything about his future.
Cesar Azpilicueta, who is 33 years old, is in the twilight of his professional football career.
Chelsea are also looking to rebuild under Pochettino next season after a disastrous 2022/23 campaign, adding a right-back to the team could be a smart idea.
Nacho is yet to sign an extension with Madrid and he could leave Santiago Bernabeu for free.
The Spaniard could prove to be a solid backup or even a replacement for Azpilicueta at Chelsea.
César Azpilicueta Tanco is a Spanish footballer who was born on 28 August 1989 and plays as a defender for Chelsea, where he is also club captain.
Azpilicueta is a youth product of Osasuna. He spent three seasons in La Liga before switching to Marseille, winning four major honors with the French club.
The Spaniard moved to Chelsea in the summer of 2012 where he won the Europa League in his first season and a domestic double two years later.
Cesar Azpilicueta has made 500 appearances for Chelsea and is currently sixth on their list of all-time appearances; no other non-English person has played more times for the club than the Spaniard.
He also captained Chelsea to win the Europa League in 2019, the Champions League in 2021 and the FIFA Club World Cup in 2021.
Azpilicueta’s Personal Life
Azpilicueta was born in Zizur Mayor, Navarre, to Patxi Azpilicueta, a painter, and Charo Tanco, a primary school teacher.
Azpilicueta’s older brother, Juan Pablo (born 1980), was also a footballer and midfielder, who played exclusively in lower-league football.
Since his older brother retired, Juan Pablo has transitioned into management and he most recently served as manager of CD Subiza in Spain’s Tercera División.
Cesar Azpilicueta married his long-term girlfriend Adriana Guerendiain in June 2015 and together, the couple has three children: two daughters and a son.
Adriana gave birth to the couple’s first daughter, Martina, in March 2014.
Since 2018, Azpilicueta has been a board member and co-owner of English non-league side Hashtag United, which plays in the Isthmian League Premier Division.
In 2020, Azpilicueta announced the formation of his own esports team, Falcons.
He is part-owner along with Jose Antonio Cacho and Jesus Rincon, both of whom are top players in Spain with millions of YouTube subscribers.
Azpilicueta is trilingual which means he is fluent in Spanish, French, and English.
As of 2021, he is working to complete an online degree, an MBA in Business Management at the Berlin School of Business and Innovation.