If you’re watching the 2022 World Cup match between Denmark and Tunisia and wondering who the ITV commentators are, we’ve got you covered.
Jon Champion is the lead commentator for the Morocco v Croatia live stream with John Hartson joining as co-commentator.
Jon Champion has been a commentator on ITV and BBC for over 20 years. These days he’s most often heard on Amazon Prime covering the Premier League.
John Hartson played for Celtic, West Ham and Arsenal during his career, making over 50 appearances for Wales. He joined BT Sport to provide analysis on BT sports score in 2016, is a regular on BBC 5 Live and as a Welsh speaker, Hartson regularly appears as a studio guest on S4C’s Sgorio.
In the studio, Seema Jaswal is in charge of the presentation with Joe Cole, Nigel de Jong and Hal Robson-Kanu, providing expert information.
Seema Jaswal returns to ITV after presenting at the 2018 tournament in Russia. She also hosts global coverage of the Premier League for Premier League Productions, which includes flagship shows. To start up and fan zone – and is one of the presenters for BT Sport’s Champions League coverage.
A member of England’s Golden Generation, Joe Cole was one of the most talented midfielders the Three Lions had to offer in the 2000s. He appeared in three World Cups and played for West Ham United, Chelsea, Liverpool and Lille during his career.
Cole is a regular on BT Sport and has his own podcast on BT Sport Pods, The cast of Joe Cole.
Nigel de Jong has over 80 caps with the Netherlands national team and had spells at Manchester City, AC Milan, Hamburg and LA Galaxy. He played in the 2010 World Cup final and was on the losing side, with Spain winning the trophy.
De Jong has appeared on ITV’s international football coverage in the past and has also lent his specialist skills to Amazon Prime.
Hal Robson-Kanu has 46 appearances for the Welsh national team and scored arguably the most iconic goal in the history of the Dragons (opens in a new tab)when he performed a Cruyff turn before scoring against Belgium at Euro 2016.
Broadcasting of World Cup matches is split between the BBC and ITV in the UK, with Alan Shearer, Rio Ferdinand and Vincent Kompany among the BBC pundits.