Everton Up For Northwest Awards

Everton Football Club and Everton in the Community have been shortlisted for a total of four Northwest Football Awards and a Northern Marketing Award.

Departments across the Club and its official charity have been recognised for a number of campaigns and initiatives that have enjoyed notable success over the past year.

The Northwest Football Awards have been celebrating and paying tribute to footballing excellence on and off the field in the northwest for more than 12 years, while the Northern Marketing Awards recognises standout achievements of the marketing industry in the north of England.

The Blues have been shortlisted in the following categories: 

Northwest Football Awards

- Premier League Community Club of the Year, in association with the PFA – For Everton in the Community and its ground-breaking work across Merseyside.

- Community Initiative of the Year in association with the PFA - For ‘The People’s Place’ campaign which aims to raise money to help Everton in the Community build and develop a permanent drop-in mental health facility in the shadows of Goodison Park.

- Kick It Out Promoting Inclusion Award – For the Club’s ‘All Together Now’ campaign to celebrate diversity and increase awareness of everything done by Everton FC and Everton in the Community to promote equality.

- Best Club Marketing/ Sponsorship or Engagement Campaign – For the Club’s 2019/20 home kit launch alongside the release of the first ever ‘shirtzine’, a limited-edition premium magazine, fusing football with fashion.

Northern Marketing Awards

- Best Property and Construction Campaign – For the Club’s ‘The People’s Project’ public consultation campaign, which engaged with people across the Liverpool City Region on proposed plans for a new stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock and legacy project at Goodison Park.

Each judging panel has been hand selected with a number of industry experts and leaders collectively picking the shortlist for each category.

Both awards ceremonies will take place at The Point, Lancashire Cricket Ground in Manchester later this year.

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