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Chamberlin Sports is the brainchild of Ed Chamberlin and Liz Ampairee.
Ed has over 20 years experience as a TV presenter in football at Sky Sports and horse racing at ITV and Liz  has the equivalent years working in the media for some of sport’s best known brands.

FORM

Chamberlin Sports is the brainchild of Ed Chamberlin and Liz Ampairee.
Ed has over 20 years’ experience as a TV presenter in football at Sky Sports and horse racing at ITV and Liz  has the equivalent years working in the media for some of sport’s best known brands.

Ed Chamberlin

When Ed first appeared on ITV Racing in January 2017 presenting outside in biblical weather, one kind journalist the next day wrote that he had about as much “personality as a chest of drawers”.  Fortunately, Chamberlin has won around the sports sceptics since then and has gone on to lead the team to huge viewing figures, a BAFTA for coverage of the Grand National in 2017 and a SJA Broadcast Sports Presenter of the Year Award for him and co-presenter Francesca Cumani in 2018.

Ed Chamberlin

When Ed first appeared on ITV Racing in January 2017 presenting outside in biblical weather, one kind journalist the next day wrote that he had about as much “personality as a chest of drawers”.  Fortunately, Chamberlin has won around the sports sceptics since then and has gone on to lead the team to huge viewing figures, a BAFTA for coverage of the Grand National in 2017 and a SJA Broadcast Sports Presenter of the Year Award for him and co-presenter Francesca Cumani in 2018.

Liz Ampairee

Starting out in the beauty and fashion industry in 1995, Liz worked for some of the world’s best-known brands such as No.7, French Connection, Jean Paul Gaultier, Hermès and Paul Smith. She won a PR Week Award in 1999 for Best Use of Sponsorship for a deal put together with C4’s hit show, The Big Breakfast.
Deciding she had ‘done her time’ in the weird and wonderful world of beauty and fashion, Liz set up on her own in 2006 with the aim of switching her skill base to horseracing and sport, where her interest really lies.  

What they're saying

“Chamberlin has reinvigorated the sport, leading what is regarded by many as the best team in broadcasting.”
“Bafta-winning ITV will only get better under easygoing Chamberlin.”
“Ed and Liz together are a force to be reckoned with. Their partnership will offer invaluable help to many.”
Brough Scott MBE

ed chamberlin

When Ed first appeared on ITV Racing in January 2017 presenting outside in biblical weather, one kind journalist the next day wrote that he had about as much “personality as a chest of drawers”.  Fortunately, Chamberlin has won around the sports sceptics since then and has gone on to lead the team to huge viewing figures, a BAFTA for coverage of the Grand National in 2017 and a SJA Broadcast Sports Presenter of the Year Award for him and co-presenter Francesca Cumani in 2019.
Starting out as a bookmaker for Ladbrokes, Ed was recruited to Sky and thrust into the limelight in 2011 when Richard Keys and Andy Gray left the station in the wake of a comments scandal.  Describing himself as “useless” to start with, he learned quickly and forged a new model for a Super Sunday and Monday Night Football double bill that launched the careers of Gary Neville and Jamie Carragher and positioned Chamberlin as one of football’s most popular presenters. 
A battle with stomach cancer in 2009 changed Ed’s perspective on life and in spite of the protests of his football-mad son, he left the sport whilst he was flying high to take over as the anchor for ITV Racing in 2017, a sport he has loved since he was a child through the influence his Scottish grand-father, Jock Burns.
Ed is a Trustee of the Injured Jockeys Fund and an Ambassador for WellChild.

“Life is about seizing opportunities and I’ve been very fortunate in my career. Television is obviously very subjective, but I think I’ve worked with some brilliant people and I look forward to passing on some of that knowledge and experience via Chamberlin Sports.” Ed Chamberlin

Liz Ampairee

Starting out in the beauty and fashion industry in 1995, Liz worked for some of the world’s best-known brands such as No 7, French Connection, Jean Paul Gaultier, Hermès and Paul Smith. She won a PR Week Award in 1999 for Best Use of Sponsorship for a deal put together with C4’s hit show, The Big Breakfast.
Deciding she had ‘done her time’ in the weird and wonderful world of beauty and fashion, Liz set up on her own in 2006 with the aim of switching her skill base to horseracing and sport, where her interest really lies. Since then she has gone on to work for Richard Dunwoody, Brough Scott, and other well-known individuals with her main clients now being ITV Racing, Racing Post, The Injured Jockeys Fund and The Bob Champion Cancer Trust. She deals with all aspects of the media and has organised hundreds of events on both a small and international scale.

“I have pretty much loved every minute of my working life to date! In meeting Ed, I bumped into someone who shares a similar outlook to me, and in setting up Chamberlin Sports, we hope that we can help and encourage others to go on to fulfil their own aspirations. With a can-do attitude, knowing that you can always get better and a touch of courage, I passionately believe that anything is possible for anyone.” Liz Ampairee