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Football Focus
Genre Sports
Presented by Dan Walker
Country of origin United Kingdom
Production
Running time 50 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel BBC One
Original run 1974 (1974) (in Grandstand)
2001 (2001) (as a stand alone series) – present
Chronology
Related shows Match of the Day
Match of the Day 2
Final Score
The Football League Show
External links
Official website

Football Focus is a BBC television show, broadcast on BBC One on Saturday lunchtimes, covering football, presented from the 2009/2010 season by Dan Walker.

The programme previously formed part of the Grandstand programme but has since August 2001 been considered a show in its own right. Prior to the launch of Match of the Day 2, it was often the first chance for viewers (apart from the viewers of Sky Sports) to see analysis of the Sunday and Monday Premier League games. The programme is now a weekly magazine, with reports from across the country at all levels of English and Scottish football. It previews the weekend's fixtures along with updates from the early Premier League game. Since BBC have the rights to the Premier League, Football Focus also shows highlights from the midweek matches. A version of the programme which looks at world football airs on BBC World News.

The theme song for the 2007/08 season was "Kill The Director" by The Wombats. The previous theme which aired from the 2003/04 season featured a cover of the Stevie Nicks track "Stand Back" by Linus Loves featuring Sam Obernik. Before this, the song was "Backaround" by Elevator Suite [1]. The theme song for the 2009/2010 season is Jetstream by The Doves.

As of 2009, presenter Dan Walker is usually joined by the BBC's main football pundits such as Mark Lawrenson, Lee Dixon, and Martin Keown. Match of the Day commentators, including Steve Wilson, Guy Mowbray, Jonathan Pearce, and John Motson often check-in with game previews from the stadiums.

Presenters

The previous studio for the programme, with presenter Manish Bhasin.

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External links

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