- Name: John Motson
- Born: 07/10/1945 (75 years old)
- Occupation: Football commentator
John Walker Motson, OBE (born 10 July 1945, in Salford, Lancashire), also known as Motty, is an English football commentator. Beginning as a television commentator with the BBC in 1971, he has commentated on over 2000 games on television and radio. From the late 1970s to 2008, Motson was the dominant football commentary figure at the BBC, apart from a brief spell in the 1990s, when his friend and rival Barry Davies was selected for two FA Cup final commentaries, the 1994 World Cup final and the UEFA Euro 1996 semi-final between England and Germany.
Birth Name: John Walker Motson
Alias: John Walker Motson
Birth Place: Salford, Lancashire, England