Stephanie Brantz is in demand for MC and speaking roles. Her work has included hosting functions for Football Federation Australia, Sports Advocacy Group at Parliament House, the Australian Paralympic Committee, Sydney FC, NSW Waratahs, Sydney Roosters, the Sydney Cricket and Sports Ground Trust and the Special Olympics as well as other corporate events and conferences.
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Testimonials for Stephanie Brantz
Stephanie was fanatic – she was the perfect fit for our event.... really tied it all together and with just the right level of humour and engagement.
Fuji Xerox Australia Pty Ltd
Stephanie was fabulous! Gorgeous, friendly and captivating, Stephanie spoke with clear confidence and her knowledge on sports and the ‘big race’ added to her ability to hold the attention of guests, which in the past has proved difficult for some. Stephanie, of her own accord, included details of the event, names of our promotional team etc. which made for a personalized delivery.
J & J O'Brien Hoteliers Group
Stephanie was very professional & totally easy to deal with in the lead up to the event. Her performance on the day was perfect. She controlled a loud & raucous rugby luncheon crowd of 400 as well as anyone could have; her MC role was delivered brilliantly, and she approached the interviews & quiz section with a journalistic mindset that generated extremely interesting content to be garnered from our guests. Feedback has been awesome, with many saying this was the best rugby lunch they had ever attended, and that’s saying something, as this was a hardened group of lunching veterans.
Informed, articulate, fun, interesting
Gaming Technologies Association
Stephanie was fantastic, ultimate professional
St Marys Rugby League Club
Fee Range: Up to $5000
Stephanie Brantz's Biography
Stephanie Brantz is a television sport presenter and commentator who started her media career with the SBS Sports team in 2000 working on a football program of the time - On the Ball.
After secondment as a press assistant during the Sydney 2000 Games, Stephanie went on to further her studies, by way of a Bachelor of Health Sciences as well as media training, before returning to ‘On the Ball’ in 2002.
By 2006 she was host of both the ”FIFA World Cup Highlights Show” and “Toyota World Sport”.
Following the FIFA World Cup, Stephanie presented sport on Channel 9 for Nightline, National Nine News and the “Sunday” Show and hosted the network’s National Basketball League highlights program as well as the Kellogg’s Nutrigrain Ironman Series. She was also the boundary reporter for the Ashes Series 2006-07.
She was producer and host for the 2009 series of grassroots football program “Football Stars of Tomorrow.” After leaving Channel Nine, Stephanie free-lanced for Fox Sports and ESPN before joining the ABC as the face of their Sport coverage.
In 2012, she hosted the successful ABC coverage of the London Paralympic Games and from 2010 – 2017 has fronted the network’s coverage of the Australian of the Year, the Flag Raising and Citizenship ceremony, New Year’s Eve and also the ANZAC Dawn Service coverage from Gallipoli.
She has anchored the ABC coverage of the AFC Asian Cup, W-League football, Australian Open Women’s Golf, AUS v ENG T20 Cricket, the FIBA World Cup and FIBA World Championships as well as the WNBL as host and sideline commentator, the World Cup and Champions Trophy Hockey tournaments and the Shute Shield Rugby competition.
From 2016, Stephanie joined Fox Sports as lead commentator of the W-League football competition, and football internationals, the ESPN Australia team as host and contributor for regular content and the Australian Open Tennis and host of the of the US Open highlights show, as well as Brumbies TV – anchoring their Super Rugby show on One HD.
She has interviewed hundreds of athletes and personalities from a variety of sports – including, Harry Kewell, Lucas Neill, Tim Cahill, Lauren Jackson, Ricky Ponting, Ellyse Perry, Mark Ella, John Eales, Steve Waugh, Layne Beachley, Stephanie Gilmore, Richie Benaud, Sunil Gavaskar, Shane Warne, Ian Thorpe, Richard Branson and Michael Parkinson as part of her work with SBS, Channel Nine, ESPN and ABC.
A self-confessed 'sport nut', Stephanie, who is of Dutch heritage and grew up in Brisbane, represented Queensland at State level competition in netball, basketball, swimming and athletics before launching a modelling career that orchestrated a move to Sydney.
Stephanie modelled for more than 15 years, appearing in major magazine campaigns and TV commercials in Australia and abroad and in that time also qualified as a Naturopath and Personal Trainer, running her own Naturopathic Clinic for 8 years in Sydney’s Inner West before joining the media.
Stephanie is in demand for MC and speaking roles. Her work has included hosting functions for Football Federation Australia, Sports Advocacy Group at Parliament House, the Australian Paralympic Committee, Sydney FC, NSW Waratahs, Sydney Roosters, the Sydney Cricket and Sports Ground Trust and the Special Olympics as well as other corporate events and conferences.
Stephanie is an ambassador for the Sports Hydrant ‘Women in Sport’, also for 1goal - an organisation raising funds and awareness for underprivileged children around the world and became the family ambassador for iGEA, encouraging parents to monitor and join in video gaming with their children, and finally for AIEF – the Australian Indigenous Education Fund where she is involved in their student mentoring program.
Stephanie is married to Fox Sports football commentator Simon Hill and has 3 children, 2 boys aged 23 and 18 and a 16 year old girl.