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Nominate Football in Bracknell for a 2019 Football Blogging Award

Nominations are open for the 2019 Football Blogging Awards

Nominate Football in Bracknell for a 2019 Football Blogging Award

Morning, the 2019 Football Blogging Awards open today and if I may humbly ask, Football in Bracknell would very much like to be part of it!

Now, I feel pretty awkward asking, those of us writing for Football in Bracknell don’t do it for anything other than the love of the local game, but if you could see your way to nominating us for one of the awards it would certainly help us continue to raise the profile of the game in Berkshire.

There are 20 categories in the 2019 awards which will be hosted by Leeds United TV presenter Emma Jones on Thursday 9th May.

Nominations open at midday on Friday 8th March 2019.

There are a few ways to vote – including through the website here, you can do so on one’s we reckon we might be right for here:

And the big one we REALLY want.. Best Non League Blog

Best Social Account

Best Established Content Creator

There are other ways to nominate, you can go to the Football Blogging Awards instagram page and tag the relevant category image with your nomination.

You can also make a nomination on twitter which would be great. Here’s some links to get you going if you would like to nominate us:

Best Non-League Blog
Paste the following in to a tweet:
I am voting for @fibracknell in @TheFBAs for #BestNonLeagueCreator

Best Established Content Creator
Paste the following in to a tweet:
I am voting for @fibracknell in @TheFBAs for #BestEstablishedCreator

Best Social Account
Paste the following in to a tweet:
I am voting for @fibracknell in @TheFBAs for #BestSocialAccount

If you wanted to have a look at the full list of categories for the awards, you can visit the website here and you can find out how to vote for those and other football blogs you like here.

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Tom Canning

Tom is the co-editor of Football in Berkshire. He has played at the lowest possible level of football. In real life Tom works for Reach PLC. Former manager of Binfield Ladies in the Thames Valley Women's League.

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