What Andrew Lustgarten’s legacy will be at MSG Sports

Andrew Lustgarten Will Step Down the 1st of January.

It is expected that the resignation of MSG Sports President and CEO Andrew Lustgarten will happen on the 1st of January. The motivation behind his departure is unknown, but it is likely Lustgarten has been struggling with issues with his health. MSG Sports is still not yet certain of what’s happening after Lustgarten has resigned. It’s not clear what the future plans are for the firm as well as its athletes.

MSG Sports Future.

Andrew Lustgarten will be stepping out as the president and CEO at MSG Sports on January 1st, the year of his departure. Since 2016, he’s been serving in the role. He has been with MSG Sports since 2016. Lustgarten is the president and chief executive officer for MSG Sports. He has established it as one of the leading sports leagues around.

What’s in the pipeline of MSG Sports

There isn’t an exact answer, it’s highly likely that Andrew Lustgarten will continue to develop MSG Sports and grow the company’s business. His long-term involvement in MSG Sports means that it’s likely that he’ll keep trying to come up with new projects within the organization for example, a professional soccer team, or expanding the reach of MSG Sports internationally.

Andrew Lustgarten’s Legacy.

MSG Sports was founded by Lustgarten. From 2001 through 2006 He was president and CEO of MSG Sports. He was instrumental in establishing the strategy and direction of MSG Sports. During his tenure in the MSG, MSG, Lustgarten helped create the sports channel which was successful, and generated over 1 billion dollars in revenues, and helped lead the team to two conference championships. MSG Sports also credits Lustgarten with creating the successful marketing campaign which has brought it to its present level of growth.

What is the legacy that Andrew Lustgarten leave behind

Lustgarten’s legacy at MSG Sports will be remembered for his contribution to the company as a manager and player, as well for his efforts in marketing and branding. The impact he had on MSG’s growth as a sports channel is being praised along the work he did on marketing campaigns that helped it reach the current level.


Andrew Lustgarten will be retiring beginning January 1st, 2010. The move will have an enormous effect the business of MSG Sports, as he has served as President and CEO of MSG Sports for more that 10 years. It’s unclear which plans he has for MSG Sports, it’s probable that he will concentrate on other companies. Although it’s very sad that he is leaving, many will remember his great legacy fondly. Thank you for reading.