TNT Sports presenter Jules Breach stuns in bold suit and can barely hide excitement ahead of hometown club’s Europa tie

TNT SPORTS presenter Jules Breach stole the show ahead of Brighton’s first-ever game in European football.

The Seagulls face AEK Athens at the Amex Stadium in the Europa League as they make their make their footballing bow on the continent. Breach stole the show with her outfit ahead of Brighton’s Europa League clash[/caption]

Instagram @julesbreachBreach is a huge Brighton fan[/caption]

ReutersRoberto De Zerbi’s side will take on AEK Athens[/caption]

Breach is no stranger to the European calendar, having been a regular on the sidelines of many games over the years.

However, seeing her hometown club of Brighton feature in the competition nearly three decades after they were nearly liquidated has left the presenter ecstatic.

Taking to Instagram, Breach shared a story revealing that she was wearing a suitable blue and white suit for the occasion.

In a column for FourFourTwo ahead of the match, Breach admitted it felt “unreal” to see Brighton in the competition.

She wrote: “For the last few years, I’ve had a front-row seat for the Europa League, presenting live matches around the continent, so I’ve seen first-hand how desperate teams are to win it.

“One of the quirks of the Thursday evening tournaments is that almost every side kicks off their campaign thinking they can go far… 

“The Seagulls are in Europe for the first time in their history.

Roberto De Zerbi has his side playing the finest football Albion fans have ever witnessed, and the Europa League anthem will be blaring out at the Amex.


“My goosebumps have goosebumps just thinking about those Thursday nights under the lights.

“It still feels unreal to supporters who have followed Brighton through thick and thin – from watching them almost fall out of the Football League in 1997, have to groundshare with Gillingham and play at the Withdean, to the here and now, going on a European tour.”

Breach could also not help but admit she was dreaming of making the final in Dublin.

She added: “Winning it is obviously the ultimate goal, but the journey, particularly for fans who are living it for the first time, is what it’s all about.

“This year, you might be travelling anywhere from Gothenburg to Czestochowa (I had to Google them, too), not just Liverpool or Rome.

“Sure, everybody wants a big knockout tie, but touring some of the most obscure cities almost becomes a more fascinating part of the experience.

“It’s a chance to go on new adventures and create incredible memories with people who adore the game as much as you. And that’s really why we all love football.

“The final will be staged in Dublin on May 22. Call me a fantasist, but I can picture it now: teenager Evan Ferguson, born in Bettystown, less than 30 miles from the capital, hits the winner and delivers Albion’s first European trophy.

“Maybe, maybe not, but for now I can keep dreaming. Watching the Seagulls play in Europe for the first time has ensured one dream has already come true.”

Despite Breach’s assertion regarding Evan Ferguson’s possible goal at the end of the journey, he will play no part in the start of the story after being pictured heading down the tunnel due to an illness.

Brighton are fresh off the back of a 3-1 win over Manchester United, where fans praised Roberto De Zerbi’s style of football.

GettyBrighton fans can’t contain their excitement[/caption]

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