Date: 15th December 2017
SCOTTISH FOOTBALL FAN AWARDS LAUNCH FOR 2017
15th December 2017: The SFSA, Scotland’s first independent national football supporters’ organisation, which has achieved over 78,000 members has announced the second Fans Awards initiative that will see Scottish football fans recognise the best and worst in the beautiful game this calendar year.
Simon Barrow, chair of the SFSA, said: “In a very short period of time our membership has grown dramatically and it seemed only appropriate that we should give supporters across Scotland the chance to have their say on the big talking points for this year. The 2016 Awards proved a huge success.”
Voting starts today (15th December 2017) and ends at midnight on the 7th January 2018. Votes can be cast by visiting https://sfsa.beezer.com/vote.
In the inaugural SFSA Fans Awards, announced at the beginning of 2017, Celtic and Scotland’s, prolific goalscorer Leigh Griffiths was named as Scotland’s first Fans Player of Year.
Aberdeen supporters were named as the country’s top travelling fans with Ross County’s Victoria Park rated the most family friendly ground. Hearts’ Tynecastle stadium was voted the ground most away fans like to visit.
Amongst other awards made were Goal of the Year for Kilmarnock’s Souleymane Coulibaly’s 40 yard wonder strike against Celtic, Mascot of the Year for Partick Thistle’s shy and unassuming Kinsgley and Chris Sutton named the fans’ Best TV/Radio pundit.
The award categories include:
Further information can be found by visiting the SFSA website at www.scottishfsa.org.
Internationally renowned designers and creators of high quality glass gifts, Caithness Glass, has been named as a sponsor of the Scottish Football Supporters Association’s (SFSA) Fans Awards, for the second year alongside Scottish challenger brand in the worldwide travel insurance industry www.insuredircetglobal.com.
The SFSA can be found on Twitter @scottishfsa or through #reclaimthegame and on Facebook.
For further information on the SFSA and the Fans Awards, please contact Paul Goodwin on 07702-252519.
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