One of the country's most successful and influential Rugby League players, former Great British Rugby Captain Paul is the former skipper of reigning world club champions St Helens.
Paul, one of Britain's most capped and decorated players, was called up for England at the tender age of 18, and has won four championships and four Challenge Cups with St Helens.
He is the only player in history to have won the Man of Steel Award (player of the year) in successive years.
Paul was inspired to join Premier Sport after seeing how Premier coaches worked with his son Jake.
"I've been fortunate to be involved in Rugby League at a very high level for many years and this opportunity as a Premier Ambassador will enable me to put something back at grassroots level.
It's a great privilege to represent Premier Sport. My son has participated in Premier Sport activities and time and time again, I've been impressed with the level of coaching, enthusiasm and commitment shown by Premier Sport and its staff.
Through my role as a Premier Sport Ambassador I hope to inspire and encourage the children of the UK in the same way that Premier Sport has done for my son."