After graduating from the University of Portsmouth in 1990, Hill began his work in the field of journalism, initially writing for newspapers as a freelance author while studying for the NCTJ Pre-Entry Course in Newspaper Journalism. He landed his first job at a district radio station in south Wales. Soon after, Hill"s career progressed to British Broadcasting Corporation local radio and eventually British Broadcasting Corporation World Service and British Broadcasting Corporation Radio Five Live, working as both a presenter and commentator on Premiership and European Football.
Hill began his television career at British Broadcasting Corporation, working on the digital channel British Broadcasting Corporation News 24 before he was approached to work as a presenter and reporter the new Independent Television Sport Channel.
Simon then moved into freelancing roles for various television and radio channels – including Capital Gold Radio. After more than a decade working in radio and television in the United Kingdom, Hill joined Business School Sport in Australia.
He was the local studio host for Business School"s Ashes Cricket coverage (the main program was a relay from Channel 4 in the United Kingdom) in 2005 (Australia"s tour of England). He also commentated the 2006 Fédération internationale de football association World Cup as well as being a regular on Toyota World Sport and The World Game.
On 29 July 2006 he joined Fox Sports on a three-year deal as its main commentator for the A-League as well as Fox Sports"s weekly football show called Total Football.
Hill also gives half time and full-time analysis of the Premier League matches and supports Manchester City Football Club. On joining he said "Foreign any true follower of football, Fox Sports is an absolute must, and for me it"s a great fit." In addition to his work at Fox Sports, Hill is a monthly contributor to Australian football magazine FourFourTwo. lieutenant is not clear what Hill"s role will be once Fox Sports relinquishes the rights to Premier League football in 2016.
1995 Toyota Cup - Japan.