6 February 1974
Shepton Mallet, Somerset, England
|Occupation||Journalist and presenter|
Sky Sports (1999-2016)
A former bookmaker and journalist, Chamberlin first appeared on Sky Sports in 1999. He co-hosted the betting show, The Full SP, with Jeff Stelling before joining the Sky Sports News team on a full-time basis. Chamberlin has presented coverage of the UEFA Champions League and the World Cup draws.
In 2011, Chamberlin became the main football presenter for Sky Sports, replacing Richard Keys. Chamberlin hosted coverage of Premier League matches on the Super Sunday and Monday Night Football shows. Chamberlin presented his final coverage of a Premier League match for Sky on Tuesday 17 May, a re-arranged fixture between Manchester United and Bournemouth.
Chamberlin became the main presenter of ITV's Horse Racing coverage when it moved to the channel in 2017.
He was diagnosed with stomach cancer in January 2009 and this took time away from his Sky Sports career. In an interview in February 2013, Chamberlin said: "There isn't a day go by when I don't think back to my illness and remind myself just how fortunate I am."
In 2013, he became an ambassador for WellChild, a British charity for sick children. Ed was a committee member of A Night For Life in aid of The National Brain Appeal which took place in June 2017 at The Park Lane Hotel.
- "Ed Chamberlin: Sky Sports Presenter". The Gordon Poole Agency. Retrieved 11 January 2014.
- Turner, Sam (26 February 2013). "Fond memories of Cheltenham for racing fanatic Chamberlin following his successful cancer battle". Daily Mail. Retrieved 10 January 2014.
- "ITV announce Ed Chamberlin to front racing coverage".
- "Celebrity Ambassadors". www.wellchild.org.uk. Retrieved 4 October 2015.
- "A Night For Life". anightforlife.com. Retrieved 2017-01-24.
- Ed Chamberlin TV Newsroom