All Fox Sports soccer presenters and commentators in 2024

Fox Sports is a leading channel in the world of soccer. Over the years, they have aired and covered top competitions like the World Cup, Euros, Major League Soccer, and UEFA Champions League, among others.

But have you wondered who are the faces and voices behind the Fox Sports soccer coverage?

The American-based media network has an impressive crew of TV personalities who entertain soccer fans during various competitions.

Below is a look at all the top Fox Sports soccer presenters and competitors you can expect to see or hear on your screen this year.

1. Stuart Holden

Stuart Holden takes a photo at a stadium during the 20th and final game of the World Cup tournament  France  and  Argentina
Stuart Holden is a former pro soccer player. Image: Instagram/ stuholden

Stuart Holden is a Scottish-born former professional soccer player who represented the US internationally.

At club level, he also played for Sunderland, Houston Dynamo, Sheffield Wednesday, and Bolton Wanderers. 

Holden retired from professional soccer because of an injury, after which he pursued a career as a media personality. He worked for ESPN and NBC as a soccer analyst before joining Fox Spots in 2016.

Stuart Holden is one of the top male soccer presenters on Fox Sports. He was one of the lead commentators during the 2018 and 2022 editions of the men’s FIFA World Cup Competition.

He is also the lead analyst for Major League Soccer and US Men’s National Team matches.

2. John Strong

John Strong smiling
John Strong started his broadcasting career in high school. Image: Fox Sports

John Strong is an American TV personality and a famous play-by-play soccer broadcaster. He started his broadcasting career in high school, where he used to cover basketball and high school football games.

He also covered women’s soccer, softball, and lacrosse games while pursuing a journalism degree at the University of Oregon.

After college, Strong worked as a sports broadcaster for KXL radio, Portland Timbers, FSN Northwest, and NBC Sports before moving full-time to Fox Sports.

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He has covered several competitions from MLS, the 2023 Women’s World Cup, the 2018 & 2022 Men’s World Cup, Copa America, UEFA Champions League, and UEFA Europa League.

3. Alexi Lalas

Alexi Lalas holding a mug
Alexi Lalas joined commentary after retiring from playing football. Image: Instagram/alexi_lalas

Alex Lalas is one of the most recognizable soccer presenters in America. He is a former soccer player who represented the US Mens National Team, including at the Olympics and 1994 World Cup.

He also played for clubs like Padova, New England Revolution, Metro Stars, Kansas City Wizards, and Los Angeles Galaxy.

After retiring as a player, Lalas became a soccer manager, working at various MLS outfits like San Jose Earthquakes, Metro Stars, New York Red Bulls, and LA Galaxy.

Later, he went into sports broadcasting, working with ESPN before joining Fox Sports full-time.

Lalas is a lead soccer analyst for Fox Sports, covering various major competitions like FIFA World Cup and MLS matches.

He was also one of the top soccer reporters at the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

4. JP Dellacamera

JP Dellacamera smiling
JP Dellacamera is famous for his incredible announcing skills. Image: Fox Sports

John Paul “JP” Dellacamera is an American broadcaster famous for covering soccer and ice hockey competitions.

He attended Graham Junior College, where he studied broadcasting, after which he started his career as a minor league hockey announcer. He then switched gears, becoming a soccer announcer.

JP Dellacamera has worked as a soccer announcer for Pittsburgh Spirit (Major Indoor Soccer League), ESPN, ABC, FNN-Score, TNT, CNN/SI, and MSG Network.

In 2011, he joined Fox Soccer as the lead MLS commentator.

He has also covered several other tournaments for the network, including FIFA Women’s World Cup, US Women’s National Team Matches, Concacaf Women’s Championship, and Copa America.

5. Lori Lindsey

Lori Lindsey at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics
Lori Lindsey used to play for the USWNT. Image: Instagram/lorilindsey6

Lori Lindsey is one of the top Fox Sports soccer presenters who was a former American soccer player.

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She played for the US Women’s National Team and clubs like Indiana Blaze, Western New York Flash, Philadelphia Independence, and Canberra United. 

After retiring as a soccer player, Lindsey briefly worked as an assistant coach for the Washington Spirit Development Academy before becoming a commentator for the NWSL website.

She also worked as a sideline reporter for Nashville SC and an analyst for Apple TV before joining Fox Sports as an on-air analyst in 2022.

At Fox Sports, Lindsey has covered the 2022 Women’s Copa America, 2022 FIFA Under-20 Women’s World Cup, Major League Soccer, and National Women’s Soccer League matches.

She was also one of the top female Fox Soccer presenters that covered the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup.

6. Cobi Jones

Cobi Jones is a former American professional soccer player
Cobi Jones is a former American professional soccer player. Image:Instagram/cobijones13

Cobi James is a former American professional soccer player. He played for the US Men’s National Team and football clubs like Coventry City, Vasco da Gama, and LA Galaxy.

After retiring, he enjoyed a brief career as the assistant manager of LA Galaxy before becoming a sports commentator.

Before joining Fox Sports, Jones worked for several media outfits like BeIN Sports, Pac-12 Network, MTC, and Time Warner Cable SportsNet.

At Fox, he works as a soccer analyst and has been involved in the coverage of the FIFA World Cup, MLS, Copa America, CONCACAF Champions League, Bundesliga, and US Men’s National Team matches.

7. Warren Barton

Warren Barton in the studio
Warren Barton became a coach upon retiring. Image: Fox Sports

Warren Barton is a former professional soccer player with a brief career as an England Men’s National Team player.

He also represented clubs like Wimbledon, Maidstone United, Queens Park Rangers, Derby County, New Castle United, and Dagenham & Redbridge.

After retiring as a soccer player, Barton became a coach, managing teams like Dagenham & Redbridge, Brighton & Hove Albion, LA Galaxy’s Under 18 side, and San Diego Flash.

Later, he started a career in sports broadcasting, working for media outfits like Sky Sports, ITV4, and Sky One before joining Fox Sports 1.

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Barton is a lead soccer analyst for Fox Sports and has covered top competitions like the UEFA Champions League, EUFA Europa League, and Bundesliga.

He was also part of the crew on Fox Sports Soccer that covered the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand.

8. Carli Llyod

Carli Llyod smiling
Carli Llyod is one of the most capped US Women’s National Team players. Image:Instagram/carlilloyd

Carli Loyd is a former American soccer player. She is one of the most capped US Women’s National Team players, appearing 316 times for the senior level.

She also had a prolific club career playing for teams like Central Jersey Splash, Chicago Red Stars, Sky Blue FC, Houston Dash, Atlanta Beat, Manchester City Women, and Gotham FC.

After retiring, Lloyd pursued a career as a media personality and joined Fox Sports in 2022 as a studio soccer analyst.

She was part of the team covering the 2022 FIFA Men’s World Cup in Qatar and the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand.

9. Jacqui Oatley

Jacqui Oatley during Southern California National Women's Soccer League
Jacqui Oatley became a sports journalist after suffering a career-ending- injury as a soccer player. Image: Instagram/ jacquioatley

Jacqui Oatley is one of the Fox Sports soccer presenters who was a soccer player before she suffered a career-ending injury, forcing her to change careers and become a sports journalist.

Oatley has worked for several media organizations, including BBC, Sky Sports, ESPN, ITV Sport, TV2(Norway), and others.

In 2022, she joined Fox Sports and was one of the leading Fox soccer commentators during the 2022 edition of FIFA Men’s World Cup.

10. Keith Costigan

Keith Costigan
Keith Costigan joined Fox Sports after retiring as a soccer player. Image: X/NERevolution

Keith Costigan is an Ireland-born former soccer player who played for several clubs like Bray Wanderers, Luton Town, Monaghan United, Portland Timbers, and Harrisburg City Islanders.

After retiring from playing soccer, he joined Fox Sports, starting his career as a sports broadcaster.

Costigan is one of the top Fox Sports commentators, having worked for the media outfit for 18 years.

He has covered several high-profile competitions, including Major League Soccer, the CONCACAF Champions League, the Euros, and the Gold Cup.

11. Heather O’Reilly

Heather O'Reilly holding the FIFA Women's World Cup trophy
Heather O’Reilly played for the US Women’s National Team. Image: Instagram/heatheroreilly

Heather O’Reilly is one of the Fox Sports women’s soccer commentators who was a soccer player turned sports broadcaster.

She played for the US Women’s National Team, appearing 231 times for her country and scoring 47 goals.

She also played for several clubs, including the New Jersey Wildcats, Sky Blue FC, Boston Breakers, FC Kansas City, Arsenal Women, North Carolina Courage, and Shelbourne FC (women).

After retiring from professional soccer, O’Reilly started a career in the media industry. She works as a soccer analyst for Fox Sports and was part of the team covering the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup.

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