|Is||Musician VJ Television personality|
|From||United Kingdom India|
|Type||Entertainment Film, TV, Stage & Radio Music|
|Birth||28 January 1985, Richmond, London Borough of Richmond upon Thames, Greater London, United Kingdom|
|Residence||London, England, UK|
Seema Jaswal (née Pathan; born 28 January 1985) is a British television and radio presenter from West London.
Jaswal hosts the Premier League's worldwide coverage for Premier League Productions which includes flagship shows Kick Off and Fanzone. When the Premier League season ends, she presents Motorsport for Channel 4. Jaswal also reports on the BBC’s coverage of the World Snooker Championships and Channel 4's BDO Darts. She is also the eSports host of Gfinity Elite Series FIFA18.
Jaswal was part of ITV's World Cup 2018 coverage, presenting pre-game reports and outside-broadcast interviews from locations around Russia. Previously she presented the FIFA U17 World Cup draw and Tournament for Sony Six in October 2017. In 2017, Jaswal won a Media Award at the Asian Football Awards.
Television & Radio
Premier League Productions
Kick Off is her first point of call on a Saturday morning for all of the buildup to the weekend of Premier League action. The top stories are discussed with focus on the latest headlines in the Media, the team news for the early kick off is announced live on the show and the key matches are discussed in detail from all angles. Seema presents this live 90 minute show every Saturday morning alongside Johnathan Joseph, with pundits Don Hutchison and Leroy Rosenior.
Seema hosts this live show twice a week taking live calls and Skype calls from football fans wanting to discuss their team's recent performances and any major news.
The Premier League live in Bengaluru, India
The Premier League took their shows on the road for one weekend in India and Seema was involved in presenting Kick Off, Fanzone and Premier League Today. The shows were all filmed in a fan park in Bengaluru 20,000 fans assembled to watch live Premier League matches shown on big screens around the park. This included one of the biggest fixtures of the season, Liverpool v Manchester United.
Elite series 3; FIFA 18
Seema's role for eSports Elite series 3; FIFA 18 is to co-host the live worldwide coverage alongside Tom Deacon presenting some match analysis at the touch screen and conducting live interviews with the gamers. This is all in front of a live audience within the venue as well as the audience watching online mainly via Twitch.
FIFA U17 World Cup 2017
In the month of October 2017, 505 Footballers from 24 teams around the world travelled to India to take part in the FIFA U-17 World Cup. The matches were played across 6 host cities in India from 6 October with the final on 28 October in Kolkata. Seema's role as presenter involved hosting all of the live matches from the studio in Mumbai for Sony Pictures Network India throughout the course of the tournament.
Seema was accompanied by managers and players including David Moyes, Stuart Pearce and Luis García, as well as players past and present including Baichung Bhutia and Renedy Singh. Seema also presented the FIFA U17 World Cup live draw for the tournament in July 2017
World Snooker Championship
Seema is a Reporter for the World Snooker Championship at The Crucible Theatre. This role focuses on all of the action going on in and around the event as well as post match Interviews with Mark Selby, Ding Jun Hui, Shaun Murphy, and Judd Trump. Seema also worked alongside Hazel Irvine, Jason Mohammad, Steve Davis, Stephen Hendry, Ken Doherty and John Parrott. Seema also visited the Becton Centre with the WPBSA and John Parrot to provide them with a Snooker table and further encourage more people with disabilities to play cue sports. For the 2019 World Snooker Championship she replaced Jason Mohammad as secondary presenter.
BDO World Darts Championship
Seema starts the year at the BDO World Darts Championship Lakeside with her role as reporter involving pre and post match interviews with the players, interviews with the player's friends and family, live hits into the studio with Rob Walker and Paul Nicholson as well as live interviews with the fans.
Seema hosted her first full season of the Mini Challenge on Channel 4 which entailed travelling to racing circuits.
UK Snooker Championship
Seema worked as a reporter for the UK Snooker Championship with Eurosport capturing all of the live action from the tournament in York. From pre and post match interviews, to Snooker skills challenges to live hits into the studio with Colin Murray the role was varied.
Star Sports India
Hero Indian Super League (ISL) / Let’s Football / Let’s Talk Football
Seema hosted for Star Sports India the Hero Indian Super League (ISL) Season 2 presenting both the live Player Draft Auction and the live matches from the studio over a 3-month period with experts Paul Masefield, Ashley Westwood and Gary O'Reilly. The live broadcast featured a pre and post show with a half time analysis with global viewing figures reaching over 207 million. The review show Let's Football also hosted by Seema covered the main talking points of this tournament. In addition, Seema presented a live show Let's Talk Football reviewing all of the weekend's Premier League action.
The Wright Stuff
Seema spent the best part of 3 years assisting on The Wright Stuff alongside presenter Matthew Wright introducing the show, engaging with the audience, reading viewers’ social media responses whilst also sharing her own opinions on the daily live debate show.
As a producer and presenter at Westside radio, Seema hosted the Entertainment show every Sunday from 10am - 1pm. She wrote the show content and featured a weekly event update, entertainment news bulletins and interviews with artists performing at the local Beck Theatre.
|2009 - 2011||CBBC Sports Round||CBBC BBC||Presenter|
|2011 - 2015||The Wright Stuff||Channel 5 (UK)||Assistant|
|2015||Olympic Table Tennis Test Event at London 2012 Olympics||BBC||Presenter|
|Indian Super League||Star Sports||Anchor|
|2015 - 2016||Lets Talk Football||Anchor|
|2016–Present||Kick Off||IMG - Premier League Global Content||Presenter|
|Fanzone||IMG - Premier League Global Content|
|2017–Present||BDO Darts||Channel 4||Reporter|
|World Snooker Championships||BBC||Reporter|
|2017||UK Championships Snooker||Eurosport||Reporter|
|Goose Live Event Silverstone Classic||Channel 4||Presenter|
|FIFA U-17 World Cup Draw||FIFA TV & Sony Pictures Networks India||Host|
|FIFA U17 World Cup||FIFA TV & Sony Pictures Networks India||Anchor|
|The Premier League live in Bengaluru, India||IMG - Premier League Global Content||Presenter|
|2018||Gfinity Elite Series FIFA 18||Gfinity - YouTube - Facebook||Co-host|
Awards and Recognition
Jaswal won the Media Award at the Asian Football Awards 2017.