The difference between a great player and a legend is often the team they’re playing on.  It’s the people they have surrounding them from the scouts, head coach, position coaches, trainers and even the equipment staff and groundskeepers. They’re all focused on supporting their athletes on the field, guiding them with each play and equipping them with the best gear and strategies to maximize their ultimate performance.  True greatness can hinge on the smallest detail, from how a glove fits the throwing hand or the tape wrapped around an ankle. That detailed support allows players to trust in their teammates and perform at their highest level.  It’s that trust and support that makes championships possible.  The team both on and off-the-field makes the difference between a great athlete and a legendary one.

At FS Wealth Sports & Entertainment, our trusted team of advisers is committed to your success and performance at the highest level in life.  We understand the various financial, legal and lifestyle concerns that create stress, uncertainty and fear.

Athletes are reminded that they’re one play away from a career ending injury. While we never want to think about that as a possibility, our goal is to help our clients have trust in the plans we have put together for them. We help our clients answer the tough questions like:

  • How many more years can you be a top performer and at your peak?
  • What will your earning potential be one year or five years from now?
  • Will you have enough to retire on and sustain the lifestyle you have grown accustomed to?
  • How do you manage parental and family support needs?

FS Wealth Sports & Entertainment has a supporting team of veteran internal and external professional advisers who offer solutions with the utmost discretion and attention to detail. Our objective as trusted advisers is to help plan ahead for your future and to give you comfort that you are empowered to do what you do best; maximize performance and accomplish your career goals.

“It is never too late to be what you might have become.”

– George Eliot, English novelist.