Having worked for every major UK sports television network as a Commentator, Reporter and Producer, Ross brings a wealth of International expertise and experience to the beIN SPORTS team. 

Ross has commentated on International tournaments such as the 2010 FIFA World Cup for ESPN Radio, and was part of the award-winning 2012 Summer Paralympics coverage for UK’s Channel 4.

His soccer broadcasting career began in England at ITV Sport in 2001, having previously created the press office at current English League Championship side AFC Bournemouth.

He spent three years with ITV, commentating and reporting on the English Premier League and Football League, and produced several programs such as “Football Italia Mezzanotte” for Channel 4, and “Manchester United in the USA” for MUTV. 

During the next seven years, Ross went on to report on numerous live and magazine soccer shows for Sky Sports, BBC Sport and ITV Sport, while also commentating on the English Premier League and the Football League for IMG and BT Vision.

His own production company ran media content for Southampton FC during their last spell in the English Premier League.  And he continued to forge a close relationship with Arsenal FC – covering the emergence of stars like Theo Walcott, Kieran Gibbs, Alex Song and Nicklas Bendtner through producing Arsenal Reserve matches for the club.

In 2008 he moved to the United States and began his career Stateside with ESPN.


Ross Dyer Archive

- Cherries on Top: Exploring AFC Bournemouth's Amazing, Yet Tenuous History  - July 20, 2013