A League Of Their Own. Image shows from L to R: Andrew Flintoff, James Corden, Romesh Ranganathan, Jamie Redknapp. Copyright: CPL Productions.

A League Of Their Own

Sky One panel show about sport. 115 episodes (13 series), 2010 - 2019. Stars James Corden, Jamie Redknapp, Andrew Flintoff, Romesh Ranganathan and others.

Another series is in development.
European Roadtrip, Highlights Special is repeated today at 10:20pm.

Press Clippings

Freddie Flintoff: David Haye a 'bully' on ALOTO

The former England cricket captain labelled the ex-heavyweight champion of the world "disgusting" following a TV skit on A League of Their Own, aired in 2013. The Hayemaker landed 33 punches in 20 seconds on comedian Jack Whitehall, who had been wrapped in a punch bag.

Alex Richards, The Mirror, 30th January 2019

Guests announced for new series of League Of Their Own

The line-up includes former heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko, panel favourite Tony Bellew, footballers and England internationals John Terry, Ashley Cole and Jack Wilshere, singer Geri Horner, comedian and A League of Their Own regular Rob Beckett and Olympic gold medallist Mo Farah.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 7th August 2018

Romesh Ranganathan fractures Jamie Redknapp's wrist

Jamie suffered the injury while protecting his face after co-panellist Romesh Ranganathan, dropped a football on him from 120ft.

The Sun, 2nd July 2018

League Of Their Own stars undertake European road trip

A League Of Their Own regulars Jamie Redknapp and Freddie Flintoff are filming a European road trip. Four episodes are being filmed for broadcast in 2019. Guest stars joining them along the way include Alan Carr and Josh Widdicombe.

British Comedy Guide, 14th May 2018

Romesh Ranganathan replaces Jack Whitehall on A League Of Their Own

Jack Whitehall is leaving Sky's sports-based panels show A League Of Their Own. He is set to be replaced by Romesh Ranganathan.

British Comedy Guide, 9th February 2018

This is destined to be as satisfyingly festive as a Christmas pudding drenched in gravy or a Christmas cracker bursting with brussels sprouts. It's over to Jack Whitehall's country manor for this edition, with Andrew "flat Earth" Flintoff, James Corden and Jamie Redknapp joined by guests David Seaman, Kriss Akabusi and Nigel Havers to look back on their favourite moments from the last 12 - yes, that's right, 12 - series. Warning: may contain banter.

David Stubbs, The Guardian, 21st December 2017

Jack Whitehall feared for his life after ALOTO crash

I can reveal paramedics rushed to a racing track in Essex after Jack's co-star Freddie rammed his car into a wall at 70mph.

Dan Wootton, The Sun, 16th October 2017

TV preview: A League Of Their Own returns to Sky

BAFTA-winning game show A League of Their Own returns for a new series this week hosted, as ever, by James Corden.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 14th September 2017

James Corden hosts a one-off edition of the quiz which launched a comedy quartet with Andrew Flintoff, Jamie Redknapp and Jack Whitehall. They all resume as regulars - Flintoff in particular has used this show to turn his japester reputation into a solid TV career - in celebration of the forthcoming football season. Guests are 5 Live host Kelly Cates, feline striking great Thierry Henry and king of Saturday goal updates, Jeff Stelling.

Jack Seale, The Guardian, 10th August 2017

Preview: A League of Their Own: US Road Trip 2.0

The boys' epic road trip takes them to the new home of the LA Rams. And while they excitedly predict a manly rematch of last serie' dramatic field-goal kicking contest, what lies in store couldn't be more different.

Gareth Hargreaves, On The Box, 12th June 2017