Roch Valley Radio is working with Ramsbottom United FC in the 2019/2020 season to bring you LIVE match commentary.
We are giving you the opportunity to become part of our Commentary Team to get behind the microphone and commentate on your favourite team; you’ll even get chance to ask players questions in pre and post-match interviews.
As part of this voluntary role, you will receive the relevant training to use both our studio and commentary equipment, we’ll get you registered for the corresponding press accreditation, and you’ll work alongside other like-minded people who have a keen interest in local sports. All we ask is that you have a keen interest in sports and would be up for the challenge.
We aim to have about 6-9 commentators to accommodate volunteer availability, and each game two people will be at the match ground and a third back in the studio broadcasting the match, this will be on a rotational basis.
If this is of interest to you then you can sign up by visiting to fill in the enquiry form here: http://bit.ly/30i1Vnj or if you would like further information, please email email@example.com the initial deadline is Wednesday 10th July 2019.
You’ll be able to tune into the match games from your mobile phone, tablet, Amazon Alexa and online, keep your eyes open for further information over the coming weeks.
Roch Valley Radio is delighted to announce that we will be bringing you the commentary of Ramsbottom United home games for the 2019/20 season.
We are excited on the opportunity of working with another local club as it will help the Ramsbottom fans that can’t make the game or that ‘are exiled to still, follow the games from anywhere around the world via our website on matchdays.
Our matchday coverage will consist of the pre-match build-up followed by live full & uninterrupted commentary of the match; then after the game, we will review it with our team at the ground with some post-match reaction from the Ramsbottom United camp.
Our Head of Sports Adam Clark said: “Non-league football is a passion of mine and sometimes in the mainstream media it doesn’t get the coverage it deserves, so overall I’m happy to be able to lead a team next season covering the Rams in the Evo Stik League.”
A Ramsbottom United spokesman said: “It’s great to get publicity on a local radio station and we think it will help the fans that can’t make it to the games and we look forward to another exciting season for the Rams.”
If you’re interested in joining our team that’s going to be covering Ramsbottom United, or you want to join our sports team, in general, covering a wide range of football and rugby matches, then please email our Head of Sports, Adam Clark on firstname.lastname@example.org