About We Are Going Up

We Are Going Up is THE podcast for Football League fans, focusing exclusively on The Championship, League One and League Two.

Formed back in 2011, the show offers coverage of all seventy-two clubs, mixing serious interviews, analysis and debate with fun and humour.

There are also live podcasts from Football League games, special feature shows and mini documentaries.

Previous guests include… 

Mark Warburton, George Burley, Don Goodman, Matt Holland, Luther Blissett, Dominic Matteo, David Connolly, John Ward, James Horncastle, Jonathan Wilson, Michael Calvin, Adrian Durham and Jim Proudfoot.

In 2013, the show was nominated for ‘Best Podcast’ at the Football Supporters Federation Awards, held at The Emirates Stadium in London.

We Are Going Up is hosted by a group of mates who all work in radio or journalism and each support Football League clubs.

We’re also joined by various extra studio contributors throughout each season, plus hundreds of guests.

You can download or stream We Are Going Up on iTunes or Acast.

The We Are Going Up Team
<b>Mark Crossley</b>

Mark Crossley


Mark is a radio presenter and sports broadcaster with over five years experience on one of the UK’s biggest radio stations, Absolute Radio. He has produced documentaries for talkSPORT and worked across BBC and commercial radio. He was named Best Male Presenter at the 2008 Student Radio Awards. He supports Bury.

<b>David Cameron Walker</b>

David Cameron Walker


DC is an assistant producer at talkSPORT, the world’s largest sports radio station, working on Hawksbee and Jacobs and Matchday Live. He was formerly the chair of the UK Student Radio Association, the station voice of BBC Radio 1 and President of Nottingham Trent University Students Union. He supports Watford.

<b>Carl McQueen</b>

Carl McQueen

Occasional Contributor

Carl is currently a television producer working at Sky News. He was previously an award-winning radio producer at London speech radio station LBC 97.3. He is also a BJTC accredited broadcast journalist and previously helped launch Nottingham Trent University's online student TV station Trent TV. He supports Swindon Town.