Vauxhall, the lead sponsor of Home Nations football, has this week launched a brand new digital football show in partnership with original digital content producers Ball Street.

With the Home Nations currently enjoying a rich vein of form the new show previews the upcoming round of fixtures in a 30-minute special.

Legends Ian Wright, Keith Gillespie, Kevin Gallagher and Iwan Roberts join host Marcus Speller to discuss the Euro qualifiers and the eagerly anticipated Vauxhall International Friendly between Scotland and England.

Over the coming editions, the panel will be deciding on an all-time Home Nations 11, based on nominations crowd sourced by supporters and the players across Vauxhall’s dedicated football social media channels.

Cheryl Stibbs, Vauxhall Sponsorship Marketing Manager, said: “This is an exciting time for Home Nations Football and the Vauxhall Home Nations Football Show will be at the forefront of our digital output.

“This is the first show of its kind and we are looking forward to bringing all of the Home Nations teams together as part of our sponsorship.

“We have some great guests and features lined up and it’s a great way to build up the excitement for England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales fans before each round of matches.”

Matt Wilson, co-founder of Ball Street said: “We are delighted to be working alongside Vauxhall to help them bring their sponsorship assets to life via engaging and interactive digital video content.”

Watch the Vauxhall Home Nations Football Show, subscribe to Vauxhall Football TV by visiting

Every episode will also be available on iTunes, Audioboom and

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