Sue Barker is Exiting An Issue Of Sport Later 23 Decades, the BBC has confirmed.
Barker, a former baseball player, has hosted the world’s longest-running TV sports quiz because taking over from David Coleman at 1997.
The 64-year old is allegedly departing in the series before their BBC axing its present format.
Team captains Matt Dawson, 47, along with Phil Tufnell, respectively 54, will also be leaving the series.
The former soccer player and cricketer was captains to get 16 and 12 years but they, together with Barker, would list their final installment collectively in the end of the month.
A new-look series will come back with another team .
A BBC spokesperson said:”We want to thank Sue for the huge contribution as the series’s longest reigning bunch within the past 23 decades, along with Matt and Phil to their exceptional group captaincy above 16 and 12 years respectively.
“Collectively they’ve guaranteed A Question Of Sport remains a firm favorite with all the BBC One viewer.
“Sue, Matt and Phil’s final show will be broadcast next year”
Barker – that reached the semi finals of Wimbledon at 1977 – stated lately:”QS was such a massive portion of my entire life, by seeing it with my own family growing up during my tennis-playing times, and after that, obviously, since the mother.”
This isn’t known if she’ll keep working on policy of the Wimbledon tournament.