Hayley McQueen

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Hayley McQueen (born 9 December 1979 in Manchester) is a TV sports presenter and reporter and RTS award winning producer.[1] She is a presenter on Sky Sports News.

She is the daughter of former Leeds United, Manchester United and Scotland footballer and Sky Sports pundit Gordon McQueen.[2][3]


Early life

Hayley lived in Hong Kong & also Scotland before settling in Hutton Rudby in North Yorkshire in 1994. She has a (BA Hons) degree in PR Marketing and Journalism where she specialised in Broadcast Journalism & further studied Media Law.[4]

Television career

McQueen began her television career working as a runner and production assistant for Richard and Judy[4] before joining the television channel of Middlesbrough FC's Boro TV as a reporter and producer. She then joined Middlesbrough FC's "Football in the Community" scheme[1] before being head hunted by Sky Sports News where she became a presenter.[4]

She also presented on Fox Sports.[5] She left Sky Television in December 2006 and took up a position on MUTV,[6] where she was main match day anchor & presented & produced the news, daily talk and match day live build up and phone in shows as well as conducting regular interviews with players past and present.[7]

Hayley then hosted the Daily World Cup show for Al Jazeera Sports with Scott Minto throughout the 2010 tournament.[8][9] She returned to Sky Sports in August 2010 as they launched Sky Sports News in HD.[1][10]

Hayley also presents Champions League football for Sky Sports. She is also actively involved with various Football in the Community projects & has hosted events for the Premier League. She is also a regular match day host for the Football Association for the Wembley FA Club.


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