Ted Lasso Music

All music featured in the hit show "Ted Lasso"

S03E12 - So Long, Farewell (Music)

"So Long, Farewell" by Ted Lasso Cast (Derived from "The Sound of Music") (The team gives Ted and Beard a farewell song)

"Waterfall" by The Stone Roses (When Keeley enters the office and leaves gifts for Beard and Ted)

"Shadows (feat. Debbie Harry)" by Future Islands (Roy and Jamie having beers at Bones and Honey)

"In Between Days" by Ben Folds Five (As the fans arrive for the game)

"A Beautiful Game" by Ed Sheeran (Plays over Beard's video)

"Father and Son" by Yusef / Cat Stevens (Final montage)

"Flight Test" by The Flaming Lips (End Credits)

S03E11 - Mom City (Music)

"Long Road" by The Tremeloes (Opening scene)

"Manchester England (Reprise)" by James Rado, Hair Ensemble (Arrival in Manchester)

"The Puppy Song" by Harry Nilsson (Watching opening scene of "You've Got Mail.")

"Over the Rainbow" by Harry Nilsson (Watching the end of "You've Got Mail.")

"Why Can't I Touch It?" by Buzzcocks (Keeley and Roy follow Jamie)

"Blue Moon" by Supra (Man City fight song)

"Fat Bottomed Girls" by Queen (Richmond's bus returns)

"Fought & Lost (feat. Brian May)" by Sam Ryder (Ted reads the note from his Mom)

"Home" by Brandi Carlie (End Credits)

S03E10 - International Break (Music)

"Red Right Handed (2011 Remastered Version)" by Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds (Roy Kent in the tie-dyed shirt)

"Light" by Michael Kiwanuka (Nathan reminisces over photo album)

"Spiegel im spiegel" by Angele Dubeau, La Pieta (Nathan plays the violin)

"Golden Star" by Middle Kids (Roy and Keely make up; Nathan plays cards with his parents)

"Done Did Me No Good" by Bahamas (The players return to the locker room)

"Union Jack" by Big Audio Dynamite (Closing Credits)

S03E09 - La Locker Room Aux Folles (Music)

"La cage aux folles (From "La cage aux folles")" by George Hearn, Donald Pippin (Opening music)

"All That You Are" by Bear's Den (Nathan goes to see Jade)

"I Am What I Am (From "La cage aux folles")" by Donald Pippin, George Hearn (Closing Credits)

S03E08 - We'll Never Have Paris (Music)

"My Ever Changing Moods" by The Style Council (Opening scenes)

"Criminal " by Fiona Apple (Background music on Keeley's video)

"Strangers" by The Kinks (As players delete photos from their phones)

"Mistakes" by Sharon Van Etten (Keeley and Jack discuss lawyer's statement)

"Grand Illusion" by Lily Kershaw (Jade and Nathan share a moment)

"Tout doux tout doucement" by Marcel Amont (End Credits)

S03E07 - The Strings That Bind Us (Music)

"Dreams" by The Cranberries (Opening)

"Sometime in the Morning" by The Monkees (Nathan returns to Taste of Athens.)

"Rocks" by Primal Scream (Keeley and Rebecca meet for dinner)

"What Would I Do Without You?" by Ray Charles (Sam enters his restaurant.)

"Shoegaze" by Alabama Shakes (Keeley finds flowers in her office)

"Centerfield" by John Fogerty (Players practice with strings)

"You've Really Got a Hold On Me" by The Miracles (Keeley is late for her date with Jack)

"Doomed" by Moses Sumney (Sam finds his restaurant trashed)

"The Great Escape Theme" by Elmer Bernstein (Players in the locker room)

"Alright" by Supergrass (Preparing for the Arsenal game)

"Find Someone Like You" by Snoh Aalegra (Nathan waits for his date to arrive)

"Enjoy" by Tekno (End Credits)

S03E06 - Sunflowers (Music)

"Het Werd Zomer" by Rob de Nijs (Rebecca comes out of the shower)

"Boy" by Book of Love (When Colin enters the gay club)

"Venus" by Shocking Blue (Plays on the boat when Rebecca is dressed)

"Zij Gelooft In Mij" by Andre Hazes (When they sing on the boat)

"Raindrops Keep Fallin' On My Head" by B.J. Thomas (Roy learns how to ride a bike)

"Emerald and Stone" by Brian Eno, Jon Hopkins, Leo Abrahams (While Ted is at art museum)

"Waitin' In School (Remastered)" by Ricky Nelson (At the Yankee Doodle Burger Barn.)

"Du (Version 2010)" by Peter Maffay (During dinner on the boat)

"Let's Get Lost" by Chet Baker (Pillow fight montage)

"Mag Ik Dansen" by Guus Meeuwis (Playing in van that dropped off Coach Beard)

"Three Little Birds" by Bob Marley & The Wailers (End Credits)

S03E05 - Signs (Music)

"You Can Do It (feat. Mack 10 & Ms. Toi)" by Ice Cube (Team workout session)

"Oh What a Performance" by Nirvana (As Man City game begins)

"Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go" by Wham! (As the car picks up Anastasia)

"Quiet" by Rachael Yamagata (As Rebecca ponders the Doctor's news)

"Come Together" by Spiritualized (End credits)

S03E04 - Big Week (Music)

"Rebirth Of Slick (Cool Like Dat)" by Digable Planets (When Richmond arrives at the match)

"Joker and the Thief" by Wolfmother (When Richmond came on the field in the 2nd half)

"Fist Fight!" by Crisis of Conformity (2nd half of the Richmond vs. West Ham match)

"Sinister Kid" by The Black Keys (When Nathan arrives at Bones and Honey)

"Don't Think Twice, It's All Right" by Peter, Paul and Mary (End credits)

S03E03 - 4-5-1 (Music)

"Out of My Head" by Fastball (Opening music)

"Prisencolinensiniinciusol" by Adriano Celentano (Plays during montage)

"Superstar" by Murray Head, Choir (Plays during game winning montage)

"No Wahala" by 1da banton (Plays at Sam's restaurant)

"Ozo" by Ife, Umu Obiligbo (Plays at Sam's restaurant)

"Essence (Feat. Tems)" by Wizkid (Plays at Sam's restaurant)

"Everybody Knows" by Leonard Cohen (End credit music)

S03E02 - (I Don't Want to Go to) Chelsea (Music)

"Lovely Day / Good as Hell Mashup" by Pomplamoose (Opening Music)

"A Well Respected Man" by The Kinks (When Trent Crimm walks through the clubhouse)

"Ready To Go" by Republica (Plays during the commercial shoot)

"Liquidator" by Harry J All-Stars (Plays when Rebecca decides to talk Zava into joining Richmond)

"Night's Falling" by Andrew Bird (End credits)

S03E01 - Smells Like Mean Spirit (Music)

"Wigwam" by Bob Dylan (When Ted is talking to Dr. Sharon)

"Follow the Leader" by Eric B. & Rakim (When Nathan enters the West Ham offices)

"In Another Time" by Sade (When Roy and Keeley are having the Talk with Phoebe.)

"Ring the Alarm" by Beyonce (End credits)

S02E12 - Inverting the Pyramid of Success (Music)

"Yesterday's Papers" by The Rolling Stones (Plays as Ted witnesses people reading newspapers featuring a story about himself)

"Don't Bring Me Down" by Electric Light Orchestra (Plays as everyone prepares for the big game)

"yankee and the brave (ep.4)" by Run The Jewels (End credits music)

S02E11 - Midnight Train to Royston (Music)

"Bye Bye Bye" by Nsync (Music for the team's dance routine)

"Run Away (Extended Mix)" by Le Pars (Plays while Keeley and Nathan are trying on clothing)

"Love is Everywhere (Beware)" by Wilco (Plays during the photo shoot)

"cold/mess" by Prateek Kuhad (Plays while Roy and Keely are talking)

"Karma Police" by Radiohead (End credits music)

S02E10 - No Weddings and a Funeral (Music)

"I Wanna Sex You Up" by Color Me Badd (Plays at beginning, while Sam and Rebecca are in bed)

"Never Gonna Give You Up" by Rick Astley (Played by Rebecca's mother at home. Later, it is sung at the funeral, and then Rebecca and her mother watch the video at home.)

"Easy Lover" by Phillip Bailey and Phil Collins (Plays while Ted is getting dressed)

"1991" by Marcus Mumford, Tom Howe (Plays while Ted and Rebecca talk about their fathers)

"I Remember" by Molly Drake (End music)

S02E09 - Beard After Hours (Music)

"Ted Lasso Theme (Acoustic)" by Jeff Tweedy (Plays over the opening credits in place of the normal theme song)

"Nightclub Jitters" by The Replacements (Plays as Beard leaves his apartment)

"Fit But You Know It" by The Streets (When they step out of the pub in lost and found clothing)

"Corporate World" by The Dust Brothers (Short piece plays as they go to Bones and Honey)

"A Girl Like You" by Edwyn Collins (Plays when they enter Bones and Honey club)

"Last Train to London" by ELO (Plays when the boys are playing pool)

"Suite Bergamasque Claire De Lune, No. 3" by Isao Tomita (Plays when Beard enters the back room of the club)

"Alone Again Naturally" by Gilbert O'Sullivan (Plays when Beard is alone after getting beaten)

"Posse on Broadway" by Sir Mix-A-Lot (Playing when the Limo pulls up next to Beard)

"We Are the Champions" by Queen (Plays when the boys run onto Nelson Road stadium)

"Hello (Club Edit)" by Martin Solveig & Dragonette (Plays when Beard is dancing)

"Yakety Sax" by Boots Randolph (The Benny Hill theme Ted plays over match film )

"The Universal" by Blur (Closing music)

S02E08 - Man City (Music)

"Witness (1 Hope)" by Roots Manuva (Plays as Dr. Sharon is riding her bike to work)

"La Virgen De La Macarena" by Arturo Sandoval (Plays as Isaac prepares to give Sam a hair cut)

"Down By The Riverside" by Mathilia Jackson (Plays when Isaac is giving Sam a hair cut.)

"Loving Is Easy" by Rex Orange County (feat. Benny Sings) (Plays when Sam and Rebeca have dinner)

"Blue Moon" by The Marcels (Sung by the Man City faithful at Wembley, and then played as Man City dominated Richmond)

"Beware of Darkness" by George Harrison (When Roy hugs Jamie in the locker room)

"Don't Look Back In Anger" by Oasis (After Coach Beard and Ted say goodbye)

"Somewhere Only We Know" by Keane (As Rebecca heads out to meet Sam. Closing Credits music)

S02E07 - Headspace (Music)

"I Got You Babe" by Sonny and Cher (Opening music)

"By Your Side" by Sade (Plays when Keeley relaxes in the tub)

"I Feel Free" by Cream (Closing Music)

S02E06 - The Signal (Music)

"Dancing Shoes" by Arctic Monkeys (Opening music)

"Jumpman" by Drake & Future (Isaac, Colin and Sam sing along while in a taxi)

"Only" by RY X (End music)

S02E05 - Rainbow (Music)

"Swingin' On a Rainbow" by Frankie Avalon (Opening music)

"To Love What I Want, and Want What I Love (Take 3)" by Mable John (Plays when Rebecca is in her office on Bantr chat)

"L-O-V-E" by Nat King Cole (Plays when couples are shown settling in at the stadium)

"Song 2" by Blur (Plays when Isaac dominates on the pitch)

"She's A Rainbow" by The Rolling Stones (End music)

S02E04 - Carol of the Bells (Music)

"Mele Kalikimaka" by Bing Crosby & The Andrews Sisters (Plays when they are wrapping Jamie's gift)

"Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas" by Ella Fitzgerald (Plays as Keeley prepares for sexy Christmas)

"Little Saint Nick" by The Beach Boys (Plays when Higgins brings out the wrapped surfboard)

"I'll Be Home for Christmas" by Dean Martin (Plays in the background as Ted opens his son's gift)

"Last Christmas" by Wham! (Played by the street buskers)

"Santa Baby" by Eartha Kitt (Plays while Richard's hot girlfriend is suggestively eating)

"It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas" by Harry Connick, Jr. (Plays when Rebecca and Ted are handing out gifts)

"Carol Of The Bells" by John Williams (Plays while Keeley, Roy and Phoebe search for a dentist.)

"Up on the Housetop" by John Swanson (Plays as dinner is served at the Higgins household)

"Fairytale of New York (feat. Kirsty MacColl)" by The Pogues (Plays as Keeley, Roy and Phoebe walk down the street in triumph)

"Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)" by Mariah Carey (Sang by Rebecca (and Ted) outside the Higgins house)

S02E03 - Do the Right-est Thing (Music)

"Hand In My Pocket" by Alanis Morissette (Open music)

"Khala My Friend" by Amanaz (Closing music)

S02E02 - Lavender (Music)

"Anarchy in the UK" by Sex Pistols (Plays when Roy walks to the television studio)

"Tear It Up" by Queen (Closing music)

S02E01 - Goodbye Earl (Music)

"Ted Lasso Theme" by Marcus Mumford & Tom Howe (Opening)

"Wise Up" by Aimee Mann (Plays when Rebecca has second thoughts about John)

"Life Is Life" by Opus (Closing credits music)

S01E10 - The Hope that Kills You (Music)

"American Football" by Marcus Mumford, Tom Howe (The Lasso Special)

"You'll Never Walk Alone" by Marcus Mumford (End of the game.)

"Non je ne regrette rien" by Edit Piaf (End credits.)

S01E09 - All Apologies (Music)

"Piano Joint (This Kind of Love)" by Michael Kiwanuka (Rebecca walks to the locker room.)

"Waving Flags" by British Sea Power (Coach Beard storms out of the pub.)

"Leader of the Landslide" by The Lumineers (End song.)

S01E08 - The Diamond Dogs (Music)

"Put Your Hands Up" by The Struts (After Rebecca buys drinks)

"Diamond Dogs" by David Bowie (End credits.)

S01E07 - Make Rebecca Great Again (Music)

"Wonderwall" by Oasis (Sam sings karaoke.)

"Bad Romance" by Lady Gaga (Coach Beard sings karaoke.)

"Let it Go" by Idina Menzel (Rebecca sings karaoke.)

"Decoder" by Pixellay (Ted's panic attack.)

"Strange" by Celest (End song.)

S01E06 - Two Aces (Music)

"Sonnet" by Faces on Film (Opening song.)

"Jerk it Out" by Caesars (Dani Rojas joins the team.)

"Over, Under, Sideways, Down" by The Yardbirds (People place items in the barrel.)

"Harmony Hall" by Vampire Weekend (Closing scene.)

S01E05 - Tan Lines (Music)

"Wishin' And Hopin'" by Dusty Springfield (Opening)

"Bring it on Home to Me" by Sam Cooke (Ted and his son play wit lego.)

"Forever" by Mumford & Sons (End scene.)

S01E04 - For the Children (Music)

"Swing Time" by Tom McGowan (At the benefit.)

"Mama" by Cam Cole (Ted's busker performs at benefit.)

"Kids" by Robbie Williams, Kylie Minogue (End song.)

S01E03 - Trent Crimm: The Independent (Music)

"Connection" by Elastica (Opening)

"Violin Concerto in G minor, RV 315 - Summer (Summer)" by Antonio Vivaldi (End credits.)

S01E02 - Biscuits (Music)

"Juice" by Lizzo (Keeley's photo shoot.)

"Glad All Over " by the Dave Clark Five (End credits.)

S01E01 - Pilot (Music)

"God Save the Queen" by Sex Pistols (Opening music.)

"Ted Lasso Theme" by Marcus Mumford, Tom Howe (Theme song.)

"Veteran Leadership" by Marcus Mumford, Tom Howe (The locker room.)

"Opus 26" by Dustin O'Halloren (Ted talking on the phone to his wife in his flat.)

"Make the Music With Your Mouth, Biz" by Biz Markie (End credits.)