Laura Woods is a regular on our television screens as a sports broadcaster for Sky Sports and ITV Football, as well as on the radio for talkSPORT, so it may come as a surprise that she isn’t very open about her personal life. However, Woods’ followers are now curious in what happens behind the scenes in terms of her relationships.
Laura Woods recently wowed her Twitter followers by tweeting a video of herself downing a beer at the Sky Sports World Darts Championships at Alexandra Palace in London. Her beverage of choice turned out to be tea, but that didn’t stop the tweet from going viral on social media.
Woods started a job as a runner at Sky Sports after graduating from university in 2009, working her way up to editing assistant, then into production as an assistant producer, associate, and producer.
She began her career as a presenter by conducting behind-the-scenes interviews for Sky Sports’ YouTube channel’s darts coverage.
After that, Woods landed a role on the Saturday morning children’s show Game Changers. She went on to cover the NFL and join the Soccer AM online presenting team, which included a trip to France for Euro 2016, where she presented live on Facebook every day.
By 2018, Woods had established himself as a frequent pitch-side reporter on Super Sunday, reporting alongside Gary Neville on occasion.
Woods is also a contributor to DAZN’s coverage of boxing and the Women’s Champions League.
Radio: Woods was named as the main host for talkSPORT‘s breakfast show in March 2020, presenting Monday through Wednesday, with Alan Brazil presenting Thursdays and Fridays.
Here’s the Tweet by Laura Woods
Woods was also named the “first-ever” Tournament Ambassador for the Arnold Clark Cup on ITV football lately.
Here’s the Tweet by Arnold Clark Cup
In the year 2022, who will Laura Woods’ companion be?
Laura Woods is currently single and does not appear to have a partner in 2022.
Alex Corbisiero, a retired professional English rugby player, was previously in a long-term relationship with Woods. The couple dated for eight years before Woods called it quits.
“It was my decision – it was the right one, and I’ve never regretted it,” the sports broadcaster said in an interview with The Sun. We’d been living in one other’s pockets for so long that breaking up with him seemed like a breath of fresh air.”
“We were probably going to get married and start a family next.” And that is something I would like to have one day — I enjoy being in love and I enjoy having children.”
She went on to say that since her breakup, she has been focusing on her career: “I’ve put work first because I enjoy it and my goals are essential to me.”
It’s commendable that she pursued her aspirations.