A man synonymous with passion for the beautiful game adds his unique flair and opinion to The Football Show. His career began as teenager with his hometown Newcastle United before finishing up in the NASL with the Fort Lauderdale Strikers. Then he just stayed becoming a coach in Major League Soccer with the Miami Fusion and DC United where he experienced the highs and lows. In 2001, he guided the Fusion to the Supporter’s Shield, but in 2003 when DC United was eliminated from the playoffs his first remark to reporters was, “Someone get me a blindfold and a cigarette!” When not entertaining SiriusXM FC listeners, Rockey is featured putting the color in his analysis on match broadcasts on beIN Sports.
Champagne Charlie spins his mornings on The Football Show and the rest of the day wining and dining with the A-listers of world soccer! A college player at Princeton, venue director during the 1994 World Cup and General Manager of the NY/NJ MetroStars, Charlie now promotes international soccer matches around the world.
The Big Blue Head lives and breathes his beloved Chelsea F.C. The on-pitch announcer for the better part of three decades and a featured presenter on Chelsea TV, Neil brings his knowledge and wry sense of humor to The Football Show.
Brian served as the captain of the United States at the 2000 Olympics and enjoyed a successful MLS career that included stints with the New England Revolution, Miami Fusion, Columbus Crew, and LA Galaxy. Since retiring Dunny has established himself as one of the best young soccer voices in America working as a color commentator for FOX and Real Salt Lake and bringing his fresh personality and youthful outlook to Counter Attack.
The voice of the American fan, Jason Davis covers the domestic game like no other. Dubbed 'The Soccer Eagle' by his listeners, Jason provides his passionate viewpoints weekdays on The United States of Soccer where he talks MLS, USL, NASL, and the United States National Teams. He also writes for ESPN FC and USSoccerPlayers.com.
The Clown Prince of Football entertains listeners as part of the Grumpy Pundits. After playing for Fulham, QPR and Manchester City, the England International moved across the pond in 1976 to join the Tampa Rowdies of the NASL. He went from player to coach before working in the British media with Sky Sports and talkSPORT. #TeamGrumpy
The Auld Onion Bag is a member of #TeamGrumpy. A fixture on ESPN International broadcasts for over 25 years he was also one of the original TV broadcasters for the NY/NJ MetroStars in MLS. He displays his Irish wit with Rodney Marsh, but makes sure Grumpy Pundits remains a “family show.” He is also one of the TV hosts of the annual New York City St. Patrick’s Day Parade.
Affectionately known as the voice of soccer in America, JP has called play-by-play on either TV or radio of the last 8 men's World Cups, 5 women's World Cups, and 3 Olympics. He is currently is the lead broadcaster for the Philadelphia Union while having previously worked with the Columbus Crew, and New York Red Bulls.
Sully was a two-time All American at the University of Tampa before moving on to a professional career playing in the top divisions in Europe, Mexico, and MLS as well as for the USMNT at the 1990 World Cup. In addition to hosting for SiriusXM FC, he has also worked as a studio analyst for FOX Sports, beIN Sports, Yahoo! and the Pac 12 Network.
A native of Poland, Janusz moved to the US at the age of 16 and went on to make 44 appearances for the USMNT from 1991-1994. He also played in MLS for the Columbus Crew and New England Revolution. Since retiring Janusz has served as a studio analyst and color commentator for ESPN, FOX Sports, and TSN.
Phil Schoen is one of the most recognizable voices in televised soccer. He has been a lead announcer for top European leagues such as La Liga, Bundesliga and Serie A in addition to international tournaments such as the World Cup and Copa America. Phil currently resides as the lead soccer announcer for beIN SPORTS, after spending a decade in the same role at GolTV and with ABC/ESPN before that. He is also an avid Arsenal supporter.