talkSPORT is your home of LIVE football, and we’re doing all we can to provide the best possible football experience to our listeners.
And we’ve now partnered with EA SPORTS™ FIFA to take our live commentaries to the next level by bringing the atmosphere to life with bespoke crowd noise from each Premier League club’s supporters.
Football is behind closed doors but the atmosphere will remain, as listeners can enjoy the sound of their fans, blended for each Premier League and FA Cup game broadcast on the talkSPORT network.
But if the virtual crowd noise is not for you, don’t worry! We’ve got you covered as well. Head to talkSPORT.com/GameDayLive and you can hear every talkSPORT commentary raw, getting the true experience of behind closed doors football.
“The fans cannot go to the stadium, so we have been working on taking the sound of the stadium to the fans,” said Head of talkSPORT, Lee Clayton. “talkSPORT has been working with our sound scientists to create an atmospheric buzz to our GameDay commentaries since football’s restart.
“Now we have teamed up with EA SPORTS FIFA to create an authentic team-specific sound as the audio backdrop to our live and exclusive football commentaries across the Premier League and the FA Cup.
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“Listeners who want to hear the raw sound of the stadium can hear our commentaries without sound effects through talksport.com, so we are catering for everyone’s needs.”
Upcoming commentaries across the talkSPORT network include FOUR back-to-back LIVE matches this Saturday, with Manchester United vs Bournemouth and Chelsea vs Watford key games in both the fight for the top four and the relegation battle.
Kathryn Anastasi, Head of Live Sport, added: “Our live sport teams, from the commentators, reporters and the pundits to the producers and technical staff, feel incredibly privileged to be able to go inside a stadium on GameDay when matches are played behind closed doors and deliver football to the talkSPORT listeners – our new partnership with EA SPORTS FIFA is the cherry on the cake.”