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All the Berkshire Football Awards 2020 categories explained

From player of the year to isolation content

All the Berkshire Football Awards 2020 categories explained

Nominations for the 2020 Berkshire Football Awards supported by PlaySport are now open, but before you go and start your nominations, have a read through the categories for this year.

More on the Berkshire Football Awards: Categories | How to make a nomination | Hall of Fame

Berkshire Football Awards supported by PlaySport.

Most Improved Ground

We’re looking for the ground that’s taken what its got, and improved on it. Maybe it’s one small part of the ground that’s been bettered or perhaps the whole space.

Supporter of the season

Clubs supporters at this level are to be treated like gold dust. Is there one who’s followed your side home and away come rain or shine? Perhaps they’ve simply backed the team to the hilt all year.

Volunteer of the Season

Berks County's Steve Kay accepts his award for Volunteer of the Season. Photo: Neil Graham
Berks County’s Steve Kay accepts his award for Volunteer of the Season in 2018. Photo: Neil Graham

There wouldn’t be a football scene in Berkshire without these men and women who’s efforts go largely unsung outside of their clubs. Whether they are managing an under 11s or jumping on a tractor to cut the grass and paint lines. We want to hear about these people!

Best Photo

We have some great photographers sharing photos with us, but is there one that stands out? Are there images that we’ve not seen? Let us know – and don’t forget to include a link.

Goal of the Season

This one is only going to work if we can see video clips, so if you want to nominate a goal make sure you have a link to the video!

Best website or Social Media presence

We know only too well how valuable the club or league website has become. We also understand how much time it takes keeping the darn things up to date, so tell us which website has impressed you this season! This could also be an impressive club or league social media account.

Best Isolation Engagement Campaign or Content

An unprecedented season that saw football, at least in non league, left unfinished thanks to the Coronavirus pandemic. What has followed is a period of isolation, with the void partly filled by clubs and players producing some great, funny, uplifting and educational content. What was your favourite?

Reporter of the Season

Does your club have a brilliant match reporter? Is there someone in the local media who’s done a great job publicising your club?

Outstanding contribution to local football

Binfield's Rob Challis accepts his award for Outstanding Contribution to Local Football. Photo: Neil Graham
Binfield’s Rob Challis accepts his award for Outstanding Contribution to Local Football in 2018. Photo: Neil Graham

Not everyone can commit a season to a club, but they can create one outstanding moment of contribution. Did a sponsor stump up for an away day coach? Was Billy’s dad out all night pushing water off the pitch?

Manager of the Season

Some managers are volunteers. Other managers do it as a second career. It depends on the level, this award celebrates the art of managing a football team. Did your gaffer save you from relegation, did you runaway with the league or have they just helped you improve your game personally?

Referee of the Season

It’s a cliché, but being a referee is a bit of a thankless task but the reality is we wouldn’t have a game without them. So tell us who has been a top notch referee this season.

Young Player of the Season (Female)

Kiah Owen with Tom White at the EPC Bracknell Football Awards 2019. Photo: Philip J.A Benton/philipbenton.com

Who’s stood out for you this season? Who’s improved? Who’s had a brilliant season? For young female players. Limited to players between the ages of 16 and 21.

Young Player of the Season (Male)

Who’s stood out for you this season? Who’s improved? Who’s had a brilliant season? For young male players. Limited to players between the ages of 16 and 21.

Player of the Season (Female)

Who has been the best female player you’ve watched or played with locally this season?

Player of the Season (Male)

Who has been the best male player you’ve watched or played with locally this season?

The Darrell Freeland Award for service to the local game

Neville Batt with Tom White at the EPC Bracknell Football Awards 2019. Photo: Philip J.A Benton/philipbenton.com

Chosen by the judges as a single person who has given outstanding service to the grassroots games in Berkshire.

Nominations are open

Fill out the form below to make your nominations for the Berkshire Football Awards. Can’t see the form? Open it in a new window 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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