Who is BBC Euro 2024 presenter Pat Nevin?

PAT NEVIN will be one of the BBC’s presenters for Euro 2024.

The retired footballer will be familiar to football fans as he is often on BBC 5 Live providing commentary.

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Nevin, 60, enjoyed a successful career on the pitch as he played for the likes of Chelsea, Everton and Tranmere Rovers.

The former winger started his career at Scottish outfit Clyde after being rejected by Celtic for being too small.

He impressed in Scotland and earned a £95,000 transfer to Chelsea in 1983.

Nevin went on to make 176 appearances as a Blue, scoring 26 goals and assisting seven.

During his time at Stamford Bridge, he helped the club win the Second Division in 1984.

He left Chelsea in 1988 after the club’s relegation from the First Division and joined Everton.

He played 123 times for the Toffees and scored 18 goals.

In his spell at Goodison Park, he was a part of the team that reached the FA Cup final in 1989 but lost 3-2 to Liverpool.

His time at Everton was tricky as the club had just come out of one of its most successful periods.

The club had won two league titles, an FA Cup and the European Cup Winners’ Cup.

Nevin moved to Tranmere Rovers in 1992 in the Second Division and helped the club reach the playoffs in three consecutive seasons.

However, on each occasion, the club was knocked out in the semi-finals.

In 1997, Nevin moved back to Scotland and had spells at Kilmarnock and Motherwell.

Nevin played for Scotland between 1986 and 1996 and racked up 28 caps for his country and scored five goals.

He retired from playing in 2000 and started working as the chief executive of Motherwell.

He left the role in 2002 after the club went into administration.

Nevin soon went into broadcasting and has been a regular on the BBC.

He will join the likes of former West Ham goalkeeper Robert Green and Blackburn star Chris Sutton at the Euros this summer.

Pat Nevin’s honours

Here is a list of Pat Nevin’s honours…


Scottish Second Division: 1981–82


Football League Second Division: 1983–84
Full Members’ Cup: 1985–86


FA Cup runner-up: 1988–89
Full Members’ Cup runner-up: 1988–89, 1990–91


Ayrshire Cup: 1997–98

Scotland U18

UEFA European Under-18 Championship: 1982


Rous Cup runner-up: 1986, 1989


SPFA Second Division Player of the Year: 1981–82
UEFA European Under-18 Championship Best Player: 1982
Chelsea Player of the Year: 1983–84, 1986–87
Tranmere Rovers Hall of Fame: 2010
Gwladys Street’s Hall of Fame: 2012
Clyde Hall of Fame: 2012

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