Jules Breach is a trained broadcast journalist who presents BT’s Sport Score, Premier League TV’s Fan Zone and The Fantasy Premier League Show, as well as recently presenting Optus’ World Cup coverage from Australia.
Whilst being raised on both the sunny shores of Brighton and in the exotic climates of Mauritius and Jamaica, Jules started off in sports at a very young age competing in tennis tournaments around the world.
However, it was after studying media at university that Jules discovered her talent for presenting. She went on to front coverage for local Brighton sports teams on Latest TV, and established her own radio show ‘Sports Saturday’ on Juice 107.2.
Currently, Jules hosts worldwide coverage for the Premier League presenting two shows for the global audience. These are The Fantasy Premier League show alongside James Richardson – a show that has a large cult following in the FPL world and Fanzone - an interactive highly opinionated show.
Every Saturday, Jules hosts BT Sport’s live flagship Saturday football show ‘BT Sport Score’ with Mark Pougatch. Guests have included Michael Owen, Harry Redknapp and Glenn Hoddle. Jules’ football knowledge extends from the Premier League to the English football league, non-league, and Scottish football. Her knowledge also includes the growing women’s game and Jules hosts WSL match coverage for BT Sport. Jules has presented numerous matches pitch side and covered Alex Scott’s final match before retirement.
As of season 2018/19 Jules also hosts alongside Robbie Savage on BT’s new morning show Saturday Morning Savage building up to the weekend’s football action with guests.
Jules can also be found pitch side every Champions League match week presenting for Optus Sport Australia. This enables her to travel around Europe covering the biggest matches in the competition. Optus also handpicked Jules to be one of a handful of females to lead host the 2018 Russia World Cup. Jules presented live studio match coverage on every match day, as well as in depth analysis of the games alongside guests including Mark Schwarzer, John Aloisi and Michael Bridges. In addition, Jules presented the World Cup match highlights show ‘Added Time Live’ daily, re-capping all the days World Cup news as well as previewing the following day’s fixtures.
Jules also lends her skills as a live presenter beyond the sporting world, being a favourite choice to host brand launches and corporate events for clients including Barclaycard, Pizza Express, Costa Coffee and TAG Heuer.
Jules completed her NCTJ with gold honours, obtaining the highest standard journalism qualification and regularly contributes to the Brighton and Hove Albion match day program and as a contributor in Loaded Magazine.