Stefano Fusaro is a bilingual multimedia reporter for ESPN based in Houston. In addition to reporting on a variety of sports and events for SportsCenter and other ESPN platforms, Fusaro is a reporter for ESPN’s Major League Soccer coverage.
Fusaro, who originally joined the company in May 2017 as a Dallas-based bureau reporter, moved to Houston in 2018. He has covered the FIFA World Cup, multiple Super Bowls, the NBA Finals and championship boxing throughout his career.
In 2020, Fusaro is assigned to cover the MLS Is Back Tournament at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. The lone ESPN reporter in the MLS bubble during the six-week return to play event, Fusaro is providing team reports in both English and Spanish for ESPN, ESPN Deportes and ESPN FC. He is also covering the sidelines during matches in Orlando.
Fusaro’s ESPN assignments have also included the company’s Top Rank championship boxing, as well as a pair of Canelo Alvarez fights.
Prior to ESPN, Fusaro spent two years at NBC 6 in Fort-Lauderdale, Fla., as a sports anchor covering the Miami Dolphins, Marlins and Heat. Fusaro also worked as a sports anchor for Univision covering multiple Super Bowls, World Baseball Classics, the 2014 FIFA World Cup and the 2012 Miami Heat NBA championship, for which he was awarded an Emmy. In addition, he called Boxing en Español for Univision Sports and HBO Latino.
Born and raised in Miami, Fusaro is a first-generation American whose parents are from Cuba and Argentina. He is a graduate of Florida International University.