Julian Warren is a familiar face in living rooms across the country as an established presenter on Sky Sports.
Having joined Sky in 2008, he’s now one of the senior anchors at Sky Sports News. He hosts the popular Soccer Special programme, overseeing a hectic six hours of live goal action while controlling a panel of four ‘enthusiastic’ former professionals!
Julian has presented live International, Premier League and Football League matches for Sky as well as hosting the broadcaster’s coverage of World Cup and European Championship draws.
Furthermore, he’s fronted Sky Sports News’ coverage of many big stories, including England’s “Meet the squad” ahead of the 2018 World Cup, Euro 2016 (live from Paris), Leicester City’s Premier League title parade and the 2013 Champions League final at Wembley.
Julian also presented live from the 2012 London Olympics, interviewing gold medalists, Olympic legends and even the Prime Minister!
Jules’ broadcasting career began in radio, where he worked for many years as a sports presenter and reporter in Manchester and Sheffield.
While in Manchester he reported on the 2002 Commonwealth Games and covered both of the City’s football teams. He later moved to Hallam FM in Sheffield as Sports Editor where he presented the weekly sports show and commentated on major matches.
“Jules was an obvious choice to host events here at Everton – his presenting style sits perfectly with the professional, yet relaxed atmosphere we wish to create. With his profile from working on Sky Sports News and the excellent work he’s completed for us, I would recommend him to any potential client. He is a first-class host and will add value to any event”.
Head of Corporate Hospitality, Everton FC
Julian Warren has interviewed some of the biggest names in sport but is equally at home hosting events away from the cameras.
He’s a popular choice and recognised as a ‘safe pair of hands’ when acting as an Awards Host or Conference Presenter.
He thrives on engaging a live audience, putting guests at ease and ensuring the event runs smoothly.