Fernando Fiore “El Presidente” is the most recognizable face in the Spanish-speaking sports world. The 2-time Emmy Award winning sportscaster has a diverse and distinguished television career spanning over 20 years, during which he established himself as the #1 soccer personality for U.S. Hispanics.
Argentinean-born Fiore arrived in the states in 1980, and got his big break working as a reporter for Telemundo. He then moved on to host various television programs for Univisión, including Lente Loco, Hola America, Titulares Deportivos , and Fuera de Serie with Sofia Vergara.
Then, of course, came Republica Deportiva: the two-hour Spanish-language sports show that made “Fernando Fiore” a household name. Fernando spent 15 years leading the helm at Republica Deportiva, traveling the world to cover seven FIFA World Cups, the finals of the “Copa Libertadores”, various championship boxing matches, and much, much more.
The high-energy, charismatic sports journalist was integral in the launch of Univision Deportes, has been a spokesperson for brands such as Coca-Cola, Makita, AT&T, and H.E.B., and he is author of the acclaimed book ¡Vamos a Mundial!.
Fernando Fiore’s versatility, humor, and knowledge of sports and the Hispanic community make him a one-of-a-kind celebrity. Fiore not only understands sports and Hispanics, but he lives and breathes what it means to love soccer.