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Second Trio Of Nominations

Blues up for three prizes at Football Business Awards.

Second Trio Of Nominations

Everton are once again celebrating a hat-trick of award nominations, having been shortlisted for three prizes at the Football Business Awards.

Having recently celebrated a trio of nominations for the Northwest Football Awards, the Blues are once again harbouring dreams of treble honours, with nods in the Best Football Community Scheme, Best UK Club Marketing Campaign and Best Football Club Hospitality categories.

Now in their second year, the Football Business Awards are designed to celebrate excellence and acknowledge success in the business of football.

Football Business Awards

The awards recognise the essential role that business plays in football, the positive impact of football on the community and the vital role played by the businesses which serve the game.

A panel of 32 judges, including West Ham United vice-chairperson Karren Brady and former Arsenal and Scotland international goalkeeper Bob Wilson, will face the difficult task of determining the winners from the shortlists, with the Blues up against heavyweight rivals such as Manchester United, Aston Villa and Chelsea.

The black tie event will be held at Chelsea's Stamford Bridge on 7 November and more information can be found here

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