Triple M Footy confirms broadcast schedule & returning talent

Staff Writer

Triple M Footy returns for its 15th year in 2020, with the SCA network confirming its lineup of presenters for the upcoming NRL season.

Broadcasting on Triple M 104.9 Sydney and 104.5 Brisbane, Triple M Footy will see presenters Peter Sterling, Gorden Tallis, Ryan Girdler, Wendell Sailor, Mark Geyer, Emma Lawrence, Tony Squires, Paul Kent, Ben Dobbin, Brent Read and James Hooper all return.

Triple M has also confirmed the return of callers Dan Ginnane and Anthony Maroon.

The 2020 Weekend Footy schedule is also locked and loaded. The return of Dead Set Legends kicks off Saturday Mornings from 10am-12pm, with Wendell Sailor, Jude Bolton and Gus Worland.

It will be followed by Saturday Scrum at midday, hosted by Ryan Ryan Girdler, Emma Lawrence, Sterlo, Tony Squires and rotating guests.

Then the Sunday Sin Bin goes off at 1pm ahead of the Sunday arvo game. Paul Kent, Gorden Tallis, Anthony Maroon and James Hooper will dissect the weekend’s action, set the agenda for the upcoming week.

“It is with great pleasure we announce the return of our all-star NRL commentary team. A team who delivers breaking coverage both on and off the field with around 20 hours of Triple M NRL from Thursday to Sunday each week,” said head of Triple M, Mike Fitzpatrick.

“The renewal of our five-year NRL radio rights deal at the beginning of 2018 reinforced our commitment to remaining the largest commercial radio broadcaster of the NRL. We are loved by men 25-54 and all people under the age of 70!

“Here at Triple M, NRL coverage is something we are passionate about, love doing and, most importantly, something we are good at. I’d also like to make a special mention of our partners who are back on board with us for 2020, without them our broadcast wouldn’t be possible.”

Triple M Footy also welcomes back its long-term partners for the 2020 season including Rheem, McDonalds, Mitsubishi, Coates Hire, Tyrepower & CBUS Super.

Comment Form

Your email address will not be published.

Recent comments (1)
Post new comment
8 Feb 2020 - 10:28 am

This story doesn’t mention how Triple M in Sydney and Brisbane and some regional Triple M stations in NSW and QLD also broadcast selected AFL games from Triple M Footy’s AFL coverage team. (NB: Not just Sydney Swans/GWS/GC Suns or Brisbane Lions games) which will replace or interrupt Triple M NRL programs and game coverage on a regular basis. This tends to piss off listeners who are fans of Rugby League in NSW and QLD.


See all