Earn your club some silverware

FOOTBALL supporters are being asked this week to vote for the best fanzines in the English game.The awards, hosted by The New Football Pools and the Football Fans Census, celebrate and reward the passion, creativity and dedication which goes into writing the hundreds of football fanzines across the country.

FOOTBALL supporters are being asked this week to vote for the best fanzines in the English game.

The awards, hosted by The New Football Pools and the Football Fans Census, celebrate and reward the passion, creativity and dedication which goes into writing the hundreds of football fanzines across the country.

There are a range of categories ranging from 'Best Premier League' to 'Best Non-League' and 'Best Writer' to 'Best Blog'.

The most popular fanzines from each category will be shortlisted, with the overall winners decided by a select judging panel of experts and announced in April.


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All entries must be received by Friday, February 6th at: www.footballpools.com/fanzine-awards.

Jon Sheehy, marketing director for The New Football Pools, said: “We're a keen supporter of the Fanzine Awards as they embody the heart and soul of footballing life and represent another voice for the fans.

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“Fanzines often reflect the passions, views and opinions of those who care most about the beautiful game and are an essential additional read for any supporter who enjoys some lively footy debate and humorous banter.

“As fanzines are written by the fans for the fans, we feel the talent behind them deserves to be recognised and rewarded with a prestigious national accolade. So whether you're a Man Utd or Macclesfield supporter, we look forward to receiving your vote, so that your favourite fanzine is in with a shot at the silverware.”

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