It’s that time again!
We’re delighted to announce we’ve made the shortlist for ‘Best Football Club Content Creator’ at the Football Blogging Awards 2018.
If you’ve read our articles, liked any of our tweets or watched any of our videos, we’d appreciate your votes. After being nominated twice in 2015 & 2016, it’s on a much larger scale this year and it would be great to bring home the award!
How can I vote?
You can vote by choosing us in the drop down box under the ‘Best Football Club Content Creator’ here:
You can also vote a SECOND time by clicking to tweet using the hashtag here:
We’d like to take this opportunity to thank you for your continued support over the years in helping us build the largest Birmingham City fansite on the web and we have worked tirelessly since the launch of our website in 2014 to bring you opinionated blogs and informative articles.
This is also a chance to represent the club in our eyes, so all of your votes are welcomed and we’d also like to ask you to tell a Bluenose to tell a Bluenose as voting only takes a minute.
Thank you and Keep Right On!
What is the #FBAs?
An annual awards ceremony, the Football Blogging Awards were created to recognise and award the best football blogs around the world.
With unique voting methods the Football Blogging Awards are the only awards designed for football blogs and websites that are 100% voted for by fans.
There are hundreds of thousands of football websites, of which the majority are managed purely for the love of the game. The Football Blogging Awards are designed to reward these unsung heroes.
We work closely with charities to help improve sport and ones we have partnered with include Sporting Memories Network, Football Unites, Racism Divides and The Justin Campaign.
The Football Blogging Awards were created by two individuals Anthony and Richard. They started the Football Blogging Awards with the vision to become the premier source to unearthing the brightest football journalism talent globally. They believe it is only a matter of time before it becomes a widely recognised event not only in the UK but in the global footballing world.