Football on the BBC: Final Score with Jason Mohammad

After his first season in the Final Score hot-seat, Jason Mohammad is back with all the goals and breaking news on BBC One, BBC One HD and the Red Button.

Jason and special studio guests will analyse the action with the famous vidiprinter, live on-screen updates and pitch-side reports – viewers won’t miss a moment of the Saturday afternoon action.

New for the 2014/15 season, Final Score welcomes the FA Cup with special Sunday afternoon programmes for each crucial stage of this historic competition. Jason and the team will show live action and goals as they happen, as well as interviews with players and managers before the games kick off, savouring all the pre-match build-up.

In addition to its network slot, Final Score is available on the red button between 2.30pm and 6.00pm every Saturday, as well as through live streaming on the BBC Sport website, the BBC Sport app and Connected TVs.

The show will feature a range of pundits including Garth Crooks, Martin Keown, John Hartson, Kevin Kilbane and Dion Dublin. Regular reports from Damian Johnson, Ivan Gaskell, Juliette Ferrington, Jonathan Legard and Jacqui Oatley.

Updated on Saturday 16 August 2014
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