BBC presenter Manish Bhasin and Hayley McQueen, from Sky Sports, will co-present the 2014 Football League Awards being held at The Brewery in London on Sunday 16th March.
Bhasin, who presented The Awards last year, will be joined on stage by McQueen in the annual event which honours on and off pitch achievements across The League's 72 clubs, rewarding players, clubs and fans in 13 categories.
"I thoroughly enjoyed myself last year," Football League Show presenter Bhasin said.
"It's great to be asked back to what is a brilliant evening. While the ceremony also recognises the talent on the pitches, it's fantastic to pay tribute to all the hard work and graft going on behind the scenes.
"If your team wins an award on the night, the fans, the staff, the players - the whole club feels proud.
"The fact that the event is also due to be broadcast live is a great addition, so more people can enjoy a celebration of every level within The Football League."
McQueen attended the event last year, but admits it will be a completely different experience standing at the front with the microphone.
"I have been to the last few League Awards ceremonies and thoroughly enjoyed it," she said.
"It's weird because this year I'll know who wins each award before they actually win it, but it will be great to be involved in the celebrations in a different way.
"As someone who follows The Football League it's always good to be a part of it but to be a bigger part of it this year is an honour.
"It's a fun night to celebrate so hopefully everyone enjoys the night.
"There are so many people involved in making a football club work and this is the one day when everybody can come together and truly appreciate everybody who contributes to make The Football League so special."
To find out more about The Football League Awards, and for a full list of Award categories, please visit www.FLAwards.com.
Supporters will get a front row seat for Sunday's Awards with live coverage of the ceremony being broadcast to a global online audience on multiple channels. Fans can watch all the action unfold by heading to www.FLAwards.com, The Football League's official YouTube and Facebook pages, as well as official club websites and YouTube channels. There will also be a variety of live online partners taking the event to fans around the world.