THIS season’s highly-anticipated EFL Awards will be available to watch live and for free on the Sky Sports app on Sunday evening.
The evening will be of interest to Brewers fans with the club looking to be in amongst the winners.
Burton Albion Vaccination Centre has already been named EFL Community Project of the Year for League One and will be looking to claim the overall award on the night.
Burton Albion fan Sue Taylor has been nominated in the EFL Supporter of the Year category.
In addition the names of the players in the teams of the year, and all the special award winners will be revealed on the night.
Hosted by Sky Sports presenters Bela Shah and David Prutton, the Awards will be streamed on the app from 7pm, live from the Grosvenor House Hotel in London.
Celebrating the EFL season both on and off the pitch, the Awards are split into three sections, with the approximate timings as follows:
- 7pm – Community Awards
- 8:40pm – Club Awards
- 10pm – Football Awards
In Sky Bet League One, midfielders Scott Twine and Barry Bannan are up against Rotherham United striker Michael Smith for the Sky Bet Player of the Season award.
The season’s most spectacular strike will also be recognised in the award for Goal of the Season.
Three Football Manager Teams of the Season will be announced on the night, with a manager and starting XI chosen for each individual division.
The League’s two most prestigious awards, the Contribution to League Football and Sir Tom Finney Award, will also be presented on the evening.
New for 2022, the EFL will also be presenting Diversity and Sustainability Awards alongside the Kin + Carta Family Club of the Season and Supporter of the Season.
Tune in via the Sky Sports app on Sunday evening from 7pm. Download the Sky Sports app for free in the Google Play Store for Android devices or the App Store for Apple devices.