Rebecca Lowe – born 11 November 1980 – is a sport presenter for NBC and NBC Sports.
She previously worked at the BBC, Setanta Sports and ESPN.
At the BBC, Lowe reported from a top Premier League match every Saturday for Final Score, was regularly a reporter on interviews and features for Football Focus, and was the presenter of a “Football in the Community” feature every Sunday morning on Match of the Day.
It was announced that on 28 June 2007 that Lowe would leave the BBC to join Setanta Sports as a football presenter and reporter. She co-hosted Setanta’s coverage of the Football Conference as well as reporting on the Premier League and co-presenting Football Matters, Setanta’s Monday night football discussion and review show, alongside James Richardson.
After the demise of Setanta, it was announced in July 2009, that she had joined ESPN’s new UK sports channel, to co-host their new Premier League football coverage, alongside Ray Stubbs, who joined ESPN from the BBC. At ESPN she became the first woman in the UK to host the FA Cup Final, presenting a 7-hour broadcast pitch side from the 2012 FA Cup Final between Chelsea and Liverpool. She was also presenting for ESPN when the Bolton midfielder Fabrice Muamba collapsed on the pitch at White Hart Lane during an FA Cup Quarter Final in March 2012.
On 26 March 2013, it was announced that she would be the Lead Studio Host for NBC’s exclusive coverage of the Premier League in the United States beginning with the 2013–14 season.
In this capacity, she hosts all studio coverage for NBC including 6 live games across the weekend and Match of the Day.
She’s the daughter of BBC News presenter Chris Lowe and was born in Ealing, west London.
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