Behind the Scenes of NBC’s Premier League Set [PHOTOS]

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NBC Sports have revealed photographs of their Premier League set that they’ll be using to broadcast the league when the action kicks off on Saturday, August 17 — beginning at 7am ET on NBC Sports Network (see TV guide here).

As you can see from the images above and below, the set looks fantastic. It’s bright and visually stunning. And studio pundits Rebecca Lowe, Kyle Martino, Robbie Earle and Robbie Mustoe look quite dapper, if I do say so myself.

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10 thoughts on “Behind the Scenes of NBC’s Premier League Set [PHOTOS]”

  1. Really professional looking. Can’t wait for Saturday. A ridiculous amount of EPL football will be seen without even changing the channel.

    1. The thinking man’s Alexi Lalas.

      Hard to fault NBC at this point though. They really have pulled out all the stops. Least we can do is watch at this point.

  2. The glass reflection and construction scaffolding is a bit overpowering but at least they’re not recreating plays and passes on a fake 20 foot pitch.

    1. Lol….Good riddance to that fake 20 foot pitch…Not so fast though, looks like they carried it over to Fox Sports 1…they just don’t get it…

  3. I’m fine with Martino and Lowe. But Earle and Mustoe just put a damper on the whole thing. Reminds me of ESPN press pass…they are not characters that people want to hear from. Would have much rather seen Ian Darke or Taylor Twellman in there..but I’m guessing they are still tied to ESPN.

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