Mark Clemmit

Voice Of Professional Football

A highly recognisable character in the world of professional football, to many Mark Clemmit is the face and voice of football, leading coverage as a presenter of everything the football leagues have to offer on a number of broadcasting platforms. With a broadcasting career established by happy accident, Mark has become one of the most influential figures in English football from a grass-roots level to the stardom of the Premier League.

Initially given a pilot show on BBC Cleveland called Red Balls of Fire, Mark’s low budget show went on to win nomination for a Sony Radio Award two years running. His antics behind the microphone caught the attention of BBC Radio 5 Live and Clemmit soon became a regular radio presenter and commentator for interviews and football match reports. Specialising in the lower levels of the sport, Mark enjoys the intimacy and friendliness of smaller matches, as well as the ability to talk to managers and key players without the hassle of the larger game.

Now a TV Presenter for BBC‘s sport coverage he makes  regular appearances on Match of the Day Live and Final Score, Clemmit mixes his extensive knowledge and humorous onscreen persona to appeal to a wide audience consistentlyMark also experiences demand for his services as a football speaker, appearing at events for the Football Association as well as acting as an event host for a number of corporate clients, such as E-on and Npower.

To book Mark Clemmit as the presenter for your corporate event, function or conference, simply contact the Champions Speakers agency by emailing agent@championsukplc.com or by calling a booking agent directly on 0207 1010 553.

When at corporate events, Mark is known to cover the following topics:

  • TV Presenter
  • Radio Presenter
  • Football Speaker
  • Premier League
  • Football Management
  • Sporting Success

“I just wanted to drop a line to say how fantastic Mark were last night. Mark was a wonderful host. He was extremely helpful and professional throughout which made the night work really well.”