Jake Humphrey is leaving the BBC to front BT's coverage of Premier League football.
The 33-year-old, who is best known as the face of the BBC's Formula 1 coverage, will be the studio anchor for BT Vision's live Premier League action from next season.
He said of the move: "I am incredibly excited to be joining the team at BT not just because I get to fulfil a life-long dream of presenting the Barclays Premier League but because of the fresh perspective that BT will bring to both sport and broadcasting in this country. To be a part of this young, vibrant team, who are as passionate about sport as I am, is a privilege.
"I've grown up at the BBC, and whilst I hope to work with them in the future, I'd also like to place on record my thanks to them. I am incredibly grateful to all colleagues, and of course the viewers, for their incredible support from CBBC all the way to Formula 1. My focus from the start of 2013 is on making BT's coverage of football the best this country has ever seen."
Humphrey, who was part of the team that covered this summer's European Championships and London 2012, will continue to present the BBC's Formula 1 coverage for the remainder of the racing season.
Earlier this summer BT won the rights to show 38 live games a season from England's top flight for the next three seasons. The deal includes 18 of the 'first pick' games between the league's most glamorous sides.