The show takes its cue from sporting obsession and sets two teams of comedians, celebrities and sports stars against each other in a test of their sporting knowledge. From record breaking feats to headline grabbing events, the show is stuffed with the kind of sensational take home facts that sports fans just love to quote.
The gang are back for a supersized third season. Kicking things off, Corden picks comedian Jimmy Carr and darts champ Phil Taylor to play alongside Redknapp and Flintoff.
In this week's fix, Arsenal's Gael Clichy and comedian Dara O'Briain join in the fun.
England and Manchester United captain Rio Ferdinand and comedian Lee Mack join in the fun. Plus, strong stomachs are required when the teams compete in a dizzying end-game!
Former world tennis number one Boris Becker and sports presenter Clare Balding join in the fun that sees Freddie Flintoff try his hand at modelling... a dress.
England rugby captain Mike Tindall and comedian Jimmy Carr are this week's guests on the panel show presented by James Corden and starring Jamie Redknapp and Freddie Flintoff.
In this latest banter-filled fix, Corden welcomes God into the studio... well, the next best thing in footballing terms: Robbie Fowler. Presenter Christine Bleakley pops up too.
Episode seven throws Olympic medallist Amy Williams and comedian Jack Whitehall into the thick of the action. Corden, Thompson and Bishop unleash their inner daredevils as well!
The final whistle has blown on season three,
but there's still fun to be had as Corden invites Ashes hero Alastair Cook, comic Kevin Bridges and Dermot O'Leary into the studio.
The smash-hit sports panel show runs into extra time. In a special featuring never-before-seen footage, fill your boots with more banter-fuelled action courtesy of Corden and co.
Highlights from the sport panel show's third and best season yet.