Canaries up for League awards

It may not be going to plan on the pitch, but Norwich City seem to be getting things right off it, if nominations for a new award scheme are anything to go by.

It may not be going to plan on the pitch, but Norwich City seem to be getting things right off it, if nominations for a new award scheme are anything to go by.

The Canaries have been nominated in three categories in the inaugural Football League Awards - for community club of the year; best club sponsorship and best kit design.

The winners are to be announced at a gala dinner at The London Hilton on Park Lane on March 5.

Nominations for community club of the year (sponsored by Asda): Brentford, Burnley, Colchester United, Millwall, Norwich City, Notts County, Wolverhampton Wanderers


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Best club sponsorship: Gillingham, Leeds United, Norwich City, Nottingham Forest, Stoke City, Walsall.

Best club marketing campaign (sponsored by Marketing Magazine): Derby County, Leeds United, Nottingham Forest, Preston North End, Reading.

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Best kit design (Ted Baker): Ipswich Town, Leyton Orient, Norwich City, Reading.

Match-day programme of the year (Ryman): Barnet, Colchester United, Crystal Palace, Derby County, Hull City, Ipswich Town, Preston North End.

As well as representatives from the Football League and FourFourTwo Magazine, judging panels have included senior figures from Football in the Community, the League Managers Association, the Professional Footballers' Association and Supporters Direct.

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