Jon Champion – born 23 May 1965 in Harrogate, West Riding of Yorkshire – is a sports commentator.
Champion is a well-established and experienced commentator who has also worked for the BBC and ITV over the past 20 years.
His late father David Champion was the deputy headmaster of the independent school Bootham School, York.
Jon’s commentaries can also be heard on the worldwide feed of many Premier League and League Cup matches around the globe.
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