Studs Up - what you need to know about football's new show

Get ready for Studs Up, a new live and interactive football chat show broadcast exclusively on Facebook Live

We’d be the first to admit that sometimes football can take itself too seriously and needs to let its hair down once in a while.

This is why every Thursday at 8pm UK time, Goal will be bringing you Studs Up - a new kind of football chat show, broadcast live on Facebook.

Each week, Studs Up will be hosted by Rory Jennings, Nathan Caton (Mock the Week and Russell Howard's Good News) and CapitalXtra’s Emma Conybeare. They'll be joined in the studio by guests from music and sport to chat about the world of football.

The guys from FFDTV will be on hand to showcase their latest skills and tricks and each week a guest will be asked to nominate their ‘Worst of the Week’ as they get a player or manager onto the Studs Up ‘Wall of Shame’.

Studs Up will also be unveiling the Goal Pressure Index, presented by Sure and powered by Opta. The Pressure Index will use a unique algorithm based on 750,000 different data points to reveal which players are coping the best under pressure and who’s costing their team vital points.

Olivier Giroud Studs Up GFX

As well as all this, transfer rumours will be debated and rated with the Believe-O-Meter, Emma will take us though the week’s social media highlights, and our guests in the studio will preview the weekend’s big Premier League match.

Sergio Aguero Studs Up GFX

Studs Up is also an opportunity to get your views heard. Throughout the show we’re going to be asking for your thoughts on the latest Premier League news. So get involved!

To make sure you don’t miss the show, register your interest on Facebook and we’ll let you know when Studs Up is going live.

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