Cheshire FA Awards 2016

  

NOMINATIONS ARE NOW OPEN FOR THE CHESHIRE FA AWARDS 2016 

The search for grassroots heroes in Cheshire has begun as the Cheshire FA has today announced that nominations for their annual Awards are now open.

 

The Awards aim to recognise and reward grassroots clubs, coaches and volunteers across the county who keep the national game alive. Nominees can be from any walk of life and the Cheshire FA is calling on locals to nominate their unsung heroes who have gone above and beyond in the name of football.  

 

The 14 award categories are:

 

• Cheshire FA Facility of the Year

• Cheshire FA Administrator of the Year

• Cheshire FA Welfare Officer of the Year

• Cheshire FA Coach of the Year

• Cheshire FA Development Programme of the Year

• Cheshire FA Social Media & Technology Award

• Cheshire FA Respect & Fair Play Club Award

• The FA McDonald’s Community Award – Young Volunteer of the Year (Under 25)

• The FA McDonald’s Community Award – Volunteer of the Year

• The FA McDonald’s Community Award – FA Charter Standard Club of the Year

• The FA McDonald’s Community Award – FA Charter Standard Development Club of the Year

• The FA McDonald’s Community Award – FA Charter Standard Community Club of the Year

• The FA McDonald’s Community Award – FA Charter Standard League of the Year

• The FA McDonald’s Community Award – People’s Award – Outstanding Contribution to Community Football

 

Nominations close on Thursday 31 March and the winners will be invited to receive their awards at the fourth annual Cheshire FA Awards Evening which is being held at Carden Park on Friday 3 June.

 

“The Cheshire FA and The FA McDonald’s Community Awards are an absolutely brilliant way to celebrate the selflessness of all those volunteers, clubs and leagues and the innumerable hours they put into supporting grassroots football,” said Simon Gerrard, Cheshire FA Chief Executive.

 

“Last year’s awards shone the spotlight on some incredible individuals and the work they do in in Cheshire, and I would encourage everyone involved in grassroots football to vote for someone who they think truly deserves an award.”

 

To learn more about the awards, find out about last year’s winners and nominate an individual, club or league from your community, log onto cheshirefa.com/awards2016 or e-mail awards@cheshirefa.com

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