The FSF Awards in association with William Hill took place last night (Monday 16th December) at the Emirates Stadium with hundreds of fans, journalists and club representatives in attendance to salute the best in the football business.
The Football Supporters’ Federation is delighted to announce the shortlisted nominations for the 2013 FSF Awards, in association with William Hill, following a nominations process involving thousands of fans across the country.
The FSF’s Football Writers Awards 2012 took place at Covent Garden’s Grand Connaught Rooms on Saturday evening (7th July). 200 fans were in attendance to see awards handed out across seven different categories recognising the best in amateur and professional writing.
Only one week later than promised the Football Supporters’ Federation’s Awards Panel has delivered the shortlists for our FSF Football Writers Awards 2012. Like troops returning from battle they have haunted looks in their beady eyes and tell tales of terror that the uninitiated could never truly comprehend. With almost 400 nominations, from more than 1000 fans, shortlisting was a Herculean task.
Due to the sheer volume of candidates – nearly 400 nominations from more than 1000 fans – the shortlists for the Football Writers Awards 2012 will not be announced until Friday 1st June. Apologies to those waiting with bated breath for the shortlists but in order to fairly consider all entries, the happy little helpers who make up the FSF’s awards panel need a few more days.
The FSF’s Football Writers Awards 2012 will take place on Saturday 7th July at the Grand Connaught Rooms in Covent Garden, London (7.30pm) – buy your ticket here for only £5. The awards reward the best football coverage out there by professional and amateur writers across seven categories. The awards make up the evening element of the FSF and Supporters Direct Fans’ Weekend. Find out how to nominate your favourites below…
After sleepless nights, tantrums, and tears we’re very pleased to announce the shortlists for The FSF Writers Awards 2011 in association with Cult Zeros. Of the six categories shortlisted three will be decided by an FSF panel while the Photography Award will be judged by renowned football photographer Stuart Roy Clarke.
The Football Supporters’ Federation has revamped and extended our annual football writer’s award ahead of this year’s Fans’ Parliament. We are pleased to announce the award is now part of a much bigger set of awards, and we will even be organising a swanky, celebrity-filled event on 9th July in London at which they will be presented.