|The Sunday Footy Show|
|Presented by||Erin Molan|
|Country of origin||Australia|
|No. of seasons||24|
|No. of episodes||600+|
|Executive producer(s)||Matt Callander|
|Production location(s)||TCN-9 Willoughby, New South Wales|
|Running time||120 minutes (inc. adverts)|
|Original network||Nine Network|
|Picture format||576i (SDTV)|
|Original release||1993 –|
|Related shows||The NRL Footy Show|
The Sunday Footy Show is an Australian sports variety television program covering professional rugby league in Australia. The show is currently hosted by Erin Molan. Also featuring on the show are former rugby league players and current commentators Peter Sterling and Brad Fittler along with former Jillaroos player Allana Ferguson.
The show has aired on Sundays since 1993, currently airing from 11am to 1pm. Each episode covers rugby league-related content including previews of the weekend's fixtures and interviews with players. In New South Wales and in Queensland, it airs on Channel Nine, whilst in all other AFL dominated states it is shown on delay on GEM. This would lead into Nine's broadcast of Sunday afternoon football. The telecast into South Australia was controversially cancelled in early 2014 but returned late in 2015. Before 2013, The Sunday Footy Show was not broadcast into the AFL dominated states at all.
In 2012, The Sunday Footy Show incorporated the show's former sister series, The Sunday Roast, which aired in its own right from 2005 to 2011, as a segment as part of the show.