Fernando Fiore, two time Emmy Award winner, is without a doubt an icon for Hispanic television in the United States. Fiore, who has spent his distinguished career working exclusively on Spanish-language television, crossed over to English-language joining FOX Sports as a co-host and general contributor for the network’s expanding portfolio of elite, world-class soccer events. He made his English-language debut on October 2015 as he joined FOX Sports’ coverage of the CONCACAF Cup.

For the past 15 years, he was the host of Univision’s only sports weekly show “República Deportiva” (Sports Republic). After a 20-year career in Sports Broadcasting, Fernando Fiore is one of the most respected and credible sports personalities in the Hispanic world. The Argentinian-born was the host of “Fuera de Serie” where he traveled the world accompanied by renowned co-host Sofia Vergara. He has also repeatedly appeared as host of the sports segment on Univision’s “Primer Impacto.” With his great charisma and vast knowledge of sports, Fiore is an essential guest at any sports event. He has participated as a commentator for the FIFA World Cup, The Olympic Games, and some of the most elite boxing matches. The worldwide recognition and respect he has earned from his loyal followers have increased his invitations to host and serve as the master of ceremonies in the most exclusive of sports events and conferences. Fernando, who has been recognized in several surveys as “Favorite Soccer Personality” among the Hispanic community in the United States, published his book “The World Cup” in 2006, receiving very good reviews. In 2015, Fiore launched “Fútbol Tour Magazine Copa América Chile 2015 and worked with brands such as Coca Cola, Dish Latino, Panini America, etc.