Multi-award winning presenter Seema Jaswal is a pioneer in paving the way for women presenters in sport. She has enjoyed a diverse and fruitful career presenting on some of the biggest channels in the UK, including, ITV, Sky Sports, the BBC, BT Sports and Channel 4. From Snooker to football, table tennis to rugby, her knowledge of sports is second to none and there are few on which Seema cannot share her expertise. An expert in appearing before large audiences, as a keynote speaker and presenter, Seema combines her passion and knowledge of sports and presenting during her talks, making her the perfect choice to hire as a speaker or host for your next event.
Having graduated with a degree in Sociology with Politics from Royal Holloway University, Seema was first exposed to the presenting world working with Sky as a Production Researcher, Seema quickly showed the necessary talent required to be a presenter as she then moved to the BBC as their Sports Round Presenter. Quickly earning a reputation as one of the most sought-after presenters, Seema has had the honour of presenting at many prestigious events such as the UEFA Champions League in 2020 for CBS Sports, the 2019 Cricket World Cup, and the FIFA World Cup 2018. She has even had to opportunity to present alongside Prince Harry for the 2021 Rugby League Cup, and can be seen presenting the Snooker World Championship and the Welsh Open Snooker.
There is no doubt that Seema’s presence as a presenter for the Premier League, within a male-dominated sport, has been revolutionary for women in sports media. Seema first got involved in the football sphere in 2016 as the Fan Zone Presenter and the Kick Off Presenter, now she is a familiar face for millions every weekend who watch Matchday Live. A talented presenter, Seema was awarded Sport’s Journalist of the Year at the Asian Media Awards 2018 and earned the Media Award at the Asian Football Awards 2017.
With a distinct lack of female faces within football, Seema had to work hard to prove her worth as a female presenter which makes her the perfect role model for young aspiring female presenters. With seemingly no end to her talent, Seema was also chosen to deliver a speech for the House of Lords for International Women’s Day in 2018 and is also a frequent columnist for The Mirror, alongside having regular publications in The Daily Mail, The Sunday Express and The Guardian. If you are looking for the perfect female role model who has shown determination and grit to be one of the most well-known presenters in male-dominated sports, look no further than Seema Jaswal.
Seema Jaswal is regularly booked to engage audiences at events, read their latest feedback below:
“When our careers crossed paths in 2015-16, Seema was really earnest. Her warmth and approachable manner made shows and events more accessible to a broader group of fans – a stand-out quality for talent in front of the camera or behind the microphone. On air and on the ground she was always open to feedback, engaging and setting expectations in a kind voice with viewers. This focus on building a connection with the audience has seen her star rise and I’m genuinely happy for her success!”
“Seema was a brilliant addition to the ‘Who Run The World’ panel at Ad Week Europe. Seema spoke alongside other women who are breaking boundaries in their respective industries and gave advice on how to break into the broadcast space. Seema is a true inspiration and role model for females in sport and beyond.”
“Seema anchored the Rugby League World Cup 2021 draws which were broadcast live from Buckingham Palace. Working under pressure with Prince Harry in a very special setting, Seema was a world-class professional and an absolute pleasure to work with”