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Seema Jaswal a first class events and awards host, and an impressive inspirational speaker. She is the host of the Premier League’s global coverage for Premier League Productions who make Match-Day Live, Kick Off and Fanzone. Seema also presents The World Snooker Championships. She is booked regularly to speak at corporate events, charity days and schools. Clients include Chelsea FC for their end of season awards and hosting the Premier League’s partner forum .
About Seema Jaswal
Seema Jaswal says, “The first step towards getting somewhere is to decide that you are not going to stay where you are…” One of Seema’s proudest moments was at the House of Lords when she was asked to deliver a speech for International Women’s Day.
Upon finishing her degree in Sociology at Royal Holloway University, Seema became a qualified PTR Tennis coach. She won the Cannons Tennis Tournament in London and represented Richmond Borough in Tennis, Netball & Table Tennis. It is this experience and her outstanding and natural presenting skills that led her to be chosen initially as a BBC Sportsround correspondent. She spent much of this time filming various reports around the country.
Seema Jaswal – Football Presenter
Seema went from this to being awarded Sport’s Journalist of the year at the Asian Media Awards in 2018. This followed winning the the Media Award in the 4th Asian Football Awards in November 2017 Seema. She was also recognized for hosting live and exclusive coverage of the FIFA U-17 World Cup 2017 for Sony Six.
Part of the presenting team for ITV’s coverage of the World Cup 2018 in Russia, Seema has also hosted live football for ITV Sport. These include international matches such as Brazil v Uruguay as well as the U17 Euros.
Throughout the World Cup Seema enjoyed writing her own column for the Metro where she charted her journey around Russia. She is also a regular guest columnist for the Mirror where she shares her views on all things football.
In April 2018 Seema presented Football Focus for the BBC, covering the Manchester and Merseyside Derby.
Throughout October Seema was the main host of flagship studio show, Football Extraaa, with an impressive line-up of international and national experts including Luis Garcia, David Moyes and Stuart Pearce.
Seema Jaswal reports from all over the world
Reporting on a tournament for Fifa.com, she presented the FIFA U17 World Cup live draw for the tournament in July 2017. Seema did this alongside FIFA officials and India’s most prominent sports icons including Sunil Chettri, P.V. Sindhu and former footballers Esteban Cambiasso and Nwankwo Kanu.
She was the lead anchor for Indian Super League (ISL) and host of Let’s Talk Football for Star Sports in Mumbai for the 2015-16 season. ISL reaches over 210 million people across India and is the 3rd most attended football league in the world.
During her time in India Seema presented a number of live events. They included the All Star Celebrity Classico Football Match which saw Bollywood stars play against India’s Cricket stars. Another event she covered was the Love United event on behalf of Manchester United in front of an audience of 5000 people
In 2015 Seema was nominated for the Asian Football Awards 2015 in the Media category. In addition, she was also a guest speaker at the World Football Forum in Paris during the UEFA Euro 2016 championships.
Seema Jaswal other TV Work
She has established herself as one of the industry’s most sought after and respected Presenters. Moreover she has been a panellist for the Royal Television Society Awards Presenter category for the last two years.
Seema used to appear on The Wright Stuff for Channel 5 frequently and she was a regular reporter for CBBC’s MOTD Kickabout. Finally she also hosted The Entertainment Show for Westside Radio, as well as Drivetime and community show The Voice.
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