Cris Barbosa

Chief Executive Officer

Cris Barbosa2018-03-23T07:54:12+00:00
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A player, a teammate, a captain.  Born and raised in Miami, Florida.  Never far from the pitch, court, or field.  Cris played all sports, but soccer was his ambition early on.  Determined to be in the game or near the game; making it a career.  Co-founding Fútbol Marketing Group (FMG).

Attended Johnson & Wales University and graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Marketing and taking specialized courses in Psychology, Finance, Management and International Business.

  • Previously, co-founded Stash House Capital, LLC served as Chief Investment Officer where he oversaw all investment portfolios for clients. Previously, co-founded FarmStand Direct, LLC where he oversaw the Business Development operation. Cris eventually sold his equity to his partners.
  • Prior to that, Cris founded The Consortium C.S., LLC where he served as Director of Business Operations. He oversaw the logistics and venue contracts.
  • At FMG, Cris handles the athlete contract representations, exhibition match organization, and a vital component in the short and long term strategic course of FMG.
  • Cris empathizes to FMG athletes “Life After Futbol” in which he helps guide professional athletes in making smart financial decisions that can lead to further financial growth and stability.

High School Soccer:

Cris played along side co-founder Omar Figueroa at National powerhouse, American Heritage High School (Plantation, Florida), where they helped capture the 3A State Championship title and a NSCAA #5 national ranking in 2008.

Collegiate Soccer:

Cris played 3 years Collegiate soccer at Johnson & Wales University – North Miami Campus.  He co-captained the team in all 3 years and throughout the 3 years he accumulated 40 of 45 starts at Center Back.

Out of the office, you can find Cris in the gym working out, playing soccer, or in the park with his two dogs, Boss (Golden Retriever) and Dino (street rescue, Pit Bull mix).

Cris is fully proficient in English, Spanish and has a limited working proficiency in Portuguese.

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