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The FSF Awards in association with William Hill (Monday 1st Dec)

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Last year’s Football Supporters’ Federation Awards in association with William Hill saw Luis Suarez scoop Player of the Year – whatever happened to him? But who do you think should be in line for the FSF Awards 2014…

The Awards take place on Monday 1st December 2014 and will reward the very best in football from premier player to favourite fanzine. Winners will be selected by public vote following a nominations process which is now open.


  • Away Day of the Year
  • Blogger of the Year
  • Commentator of the Year
  • Fanzine of the Year
  • Independent Website of the Year
  • Newspaper of the Year
  • Player of the Year
  • Podcast/Radio Show of the Year
  • Pundit of the Year
  • Supporter Liaison Officer of the Year
  • Writer of the Year

How do I nominate and how are the winners decided?
Email [email protected] with your nominations before 9am on Friday 17th October. Shortlisting will take place once nominations close and the winners will be decided by a public vote running in October and November. You may nominate up to three winners in each category. 

When are the FSF Awards in association with William Hill and can I come?
They take place on the evening of Monday 1st December at St Pancras Renaissance Hotel (London). Nominees will be invited and a limited number of tickets will go on general sale (details TBC).

Kevin Miles, Chief Executive of the FSF, said:
“The Awards are a great way for fans to celebrate what’s positive about the game, from both an on-field and off-field perspective. Apparently Barcelona were taking an interest as well, as they nabbed the 2013 FSF Player of the Year for £75m.”

Tony Kenny, Head of Sponsorship PR at William Hill, said:
“It’s great to be associated with the Football Supporters’ Federation Awards. The FSF are a voice for football fans across the country and there is no better award to win than one that is voted for by true football supporters.”

Luis Suarez talks after picking up his FSF Player of the Year Award 2013:

Funding partners

  • The Football Association
  • Premier Leage Fans Fund


  • Gamble Aware
  • Co-operatives UK
  • FSE
  • Kick It Out
  • Level Playing Field
  • Living Wage Foundation
  • Pledgeball