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Who’s new in A League Of Their Own?

Who’s new in A League Of Their Own?

BAFTA-winning panel show A League Of Their Own is back for series 15! Find out who will guest star

By Laura Rutkowski, Staff Writer

The series that tests your sporting knowledge has returned with a slightly revamped format. James Corden normally leads the show, but since he was unable to travel to film in the studio, Romesh Ranganathan steps into the host seat for six episodes. Team captains Jamie Redknapp and Freddie Flintoff will also host one episode each.


The quiz show consists of two teams of three, the Red and the Blue teams, who compete for points across three rounds. In round one, the teams have to rank three different sports personalities based on a specific criterion. Round two is called Guest List, where the teams must guess a sportsperson’s answers about the sport they play. In round three, Right Guard Challenge, two members of each team are tasked with answering questions for as long as the third team member is participating in a physical challenge.

For series 15, BMX, golf and badminton challenges are all on the cards, as well as cracking banter and a brilliant line-up of guests. Find out which famous faces will appear and read a bit more about them by clicking/hovering over the graphic below.



When is Sky One’s A League Of Their Own on TV?

A League Of Their Own airs on Sky One/HD (CH 110/109) on Thursdays at 9pm, with the first episode screening on 20 August. It is also available for 30 days in Catch Up > Channels > Sky One.


The eight-part series will subsequently air every week until Thursday 8 October.

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