Fans are to be treated to a front row seat for the annual Football League Awards ceremony at the Brewery, London.
Fans of the Sky Bet Championship, League 1 and League 2 will be treated to a front row seat for Sunday’s Football League Awards 2014 with live coverage of the ceremony set to be broadcast to a global online audience across multiple channels.
The annual celebration of achievements, both on and off pitch by the League’s 72 clubs, will be transmitted live via FLAwards.com
, The Football League's official YouTube channel and Facebook page, while also being hosted on each of the 72 member clubs' websites and official YouTube channels.
In addition, The Football League has partnered with Sky Sports, Mail Online, TEAMtalk.co.uk
and the Daily Star, to take the event to fans around the world.
Preston North End fans can watch to see if Josh Bronwhill wins the League One Apprentice of the Year Award after he made the final three in this category.
To watch the ceremony live, fans can head to any of the platforms from 8:45pm on Sunday see the stars from the Sky Bet Championship, League 1 and League 2 vying for honours at the spectacle.
Sunday’s event will be the ninth staging of The Football League’s annual celebration, and will see award winners across 13 categories crowned on the night, such as the Sky Bet Player of the Year in all three divisions, the Young Player of the Year and the Mitre Goal of the Year.
To find out more about The Football League Awards, and for a full list of Award categories, please visit