Fenway Sports Group

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Fenway Sports Group
IndustrySports investment
FoundedDelaware (2001 (2001))
FounderJohn W. Henry
Thomas C. Werner
United States
Key people
John W. Henry
Tom Werner (Chairman)
Michael Gordon (President)
David Ginsberg (Vice Chairman)
Philip H. Morse (Vice Chairman)
Ed Weiss (General Counsel)
LeBron James
Maverick Carter
DivisionsFenway Sports Management
SubsidiariesBoston Red Sox
Liverpool F.C.
Fenway Park
Roush Fenway Racing (50%)
Worcester Red Sox (10%)
Salem Red Sox
Fenway Sports Management
New England Sports Network (80%)
MGM Music Hall at Fenway
Fenway Sports Group Real Estate
Fenway Music Company

Fenway Sports Group, LLC (FSG), is an American sports company who own Major League Baseball team Boston Red Sox, professional Premier League Football club, Liverpool FC, and NHL team Pittsburgh Penguins

FSG was founded in 2001 as New England Sports Ventures (NESV) when John W. Henry joined forces with Tom Werner, Les Otten, The New York Times Company, and other investors to successfully bid for the Red Sox. NESV changed their name to Fenway Sports Group in March of 2011.