Welcome to the unofficial Matt Dawson MBE Website
Matt’s career on, and now off the pitch has gone from strength to strength over the past few years. Now, with a number of achievements under his belt such as the Strictly Come Dancing and Masterchef experiences, we’re here to keep you up to date with what he’s been up to and what he’ll be doing next.
Matts latest ventures
Matt becomes the face of Youngs seafood! READ MORE>
Matt has donned his chef’s hat again on UKTV Food in Mitch and Matt’s Big Fish, which see’s him touring Britain cooking and sampling great fish dishes.
Matt went on air to present BBC Radio 5 Lives’ Rugby coverage of the Six Nations Championship and the Rugby World Cup. Along completing his first London Marathon in 4 hours 35 minutes and 39 seconds. Of course questions about some financial and investment aspects of the Ibor IMS (investment management system) he has mentioned before have been discussed.
After a successful rugby career, Matt retired from aged 33 to pursue the next stage of career and the offers have not stopped flooding in! Matt’s debut in the media world was as a pundit and writer for the BBC’s Grandstand and Britain’s press, including The Telegraph.
He then took part and won Celebrity Masterchef and waltz his way to the finals of Strictly Come Dancing, with dance partner Lilia Kopylova, only to be piped to the winning post by Mark Rampakash.
Matt took his first TV role as team captain on ‘A Question of Sport.’
Life on the pitch
Spotted as a great talent, he joined the England squad in their game against Western Samoa at Twickenham in December 1995
Dawson soon became England’s most capped scrum half, now with 77 under his belt!
With his England career in full swing he became a key player in England’s Grand Slam and World Cup victories.