Sergio Dipp

Sergio Dipp



Sergio Dipp joined ESPN Deportes and ESPN International in 2013 as an anchor for the network’s flagship program, SportsCenter.

Over the last decade, Dipp has become one of ESPN Deportes and ESPN International’s most versatile voices. He regularly anchors SportsCenter, Futbol Picante and NFL Live. In addition, he serves as analyst for ESPN Deportes’ Monday Night Football broadcasts, has contributed to ESPN’s on-location Super Bowl coverage, and since 2018 has served as host for ESPN’s telecast of NFL RedZone in Latin America.

Dipp is also one of ESPN Deportes’ regular voices covering the Mexico National Football team and regularly co-hosts multiple soccer studio shows. In addition, he has provided Spanish-language commentary of the Little League World Series, Olympic and NCAA volleyball and XFL.

Dipp, a native of Mexicali, Mexico, graduated with a bachelor’s degree in communications from Tecnológico de Monterrey, where he played college football for Borregos Salvajes Tec de Monterrey for three seasons. He currently resides in Mexico City.


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