Matías Prats Luque

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Matías Prats Luque
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Born (1952-09-14) 14 September 1952 (age 65)
Madrid, Spain
Occupation Presenter

Matías Prats Luque (b. Madrid, 14 September 1952) is a Spanish sports and news journalist.

Matías Prats graduated in law and journalism. The journalist, son of the legendary Matías Prats Cañete, began his career at radio station La Voz de Madrid. In 1975, he began working for Televisión Española in the programme Redacción Noche presented by Joaquín Arozamena on La 2. In 1978, he was the spokesperson for Spain in the Eurovision Song Contest

As a sports journalist, he covered eight Olympic Games, several FIFA World Cup tournaments, Grand Slam tournaments, the Davis Cup, The Masters or the Ryder Cup. In 1990 Prats directed Estudio Estadio on Televisión Española, a sports programme he presented from 1981 to 1993. In 1991, he joined the first edition of Telediario as a news anchor. Later, he hosted Fútbol de Primera and Sólo Goles in 1994.

Since joining Antena 3 in September 1998, Matías Prats has been a news anchor on Antena 3 Noticias.[1][2]

His son Matías Prats Chacón is a third-generation sports journalist working in Telecinco.

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