William Baldini, Esq. - President/Founder

Bill Baldini is the President of BAC Sports Management and a certified Agent/Representative.  

A significant portion of Baldini’s practice involves representation and contract negotiations for professional athletes, coaches, entertainers and sports executives.  Baldini is also responsible for coordinating and overseeing client development, as well as directing the firm’s sports camps and athlete training services.  

 Prior to forming BAC Sports Management, in 2010, Bill gained experience representing athletes, coaches and sports executives alongside two older agents, who had over 75 years combined experience. He has also done legal consulting and in-house work at Fortune 500 companies and for some of the most prestigious law firms in the Philadelphia region, since 2001.

Baldini graduated from Ursinus College and received his Juris Doctorate from Widener University School of Law.  He was an assistant basketball coach at Ursinus College and was Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Coach for semi-pro football team, Delaware County Mustangs.

BAC does not indiscriminately send out emails and letters to top recruits, he gets recommendations, researches the athlete and makes personal contact.  BAC has represented a variety of different players, from 1st round draft picks, to free agents to international players, what they all have in common is a unique relationship with Bill Baldini.

Baldini’s football career was cut short, when he fractured six vertebrae in his neck his first year of college, and he captained the Ursinus lacrosse team for two years.  His love for sports burns stronger than ever, and he needs to be surrounded by it.  

BAC Sports Management, and Baldini specifically, have a type of player they seek to represent.  

Players whom Baldini has dubbed “My Guys.”  To be one of “My Guys” an elite football player also needs to: love and respect the game, be smart, have the will to succeed, and strive to be not only the best player on their team, but the hardest worker.  BAC’s “Guys” become like family to Baldini, and he vows to protect and work for them as such.  

 

Family is the most important thing … and not everyone is meant to be family. 

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