London Football Awards 2015:
Recognising the very best of London football
Unsung heroes of London football will be recognised alongside world famous Premier League footballers at the 2015 London Football Awards on March 5th at Battersea Evolution, London. Nominations for the new London Community Project of the Year award, which credits these outstanding local people, can be made now at www.londonfootballawards.org. The London Football Awards will raise funds for national charity, Willow.
Alongside the London Community Project of the Year award, which is voted for by the general public, current players in London football will be recognised by awards including London Player of the Year; London Young Player of the Year (under-23); London Manager of the Year; London Goalkeeper of the Year; London Women’s Player of the Year and; Outstanding Contribution to a London Club. Past winners include Aaron Ramsey, Ledley King and Roy Hodgson, to name a few. Nominations for each category will be announced February 2015, ahead of the awards.
The London Community Project of the Year award is voted for by the general public and short-listed by the judging panel, it will be awarded to the leading individual of an outstanding community based project, linked to a London Club, that uses sport to address issues of social, ethnic, physical, economic and gender exclusion. The five short-listed nominees will be invited to the awards ceremony with a guest.
Nominations can be made online until January 31st at www.londonfootballawards.org with a chance to be entered in to a prize draw to win two tickets to the Awards (terms & conditions can be found on the website).
For more information and to book tickets to the Awards visit www.londonfootballawards.org or telephone Willow on 01707 259777.
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7 WINDMILLS......As a Millwall supporter I reckon that young defender Sid Nelson who has only just turned 19 and wears the Millwall Captains armband must be in with a shout with the London Young Player Of The Year Award. With the showing so far he would get my vote.