The three fans on this year’s short list after winning their divisional awards are Phil Beeton of Leeds United, Brett Price of Sheffield United and John Chapman of Dagenham and Redbridge.
Next up is Capital One Supporter of the Year - recognising the dedication and support of those committed individuals who make our game what it is.
Derby striker Mason Bennett made his first-team debut for the Rams aged just 15 years and has gone on to represent England at youth level. He has been highly praised not only for his performances on the pitch but also for his contribution in the community.
And the winner from the Championship is… Mason Bennett of Derby County.
Able to play in the centre of midfield and in defence, Brendon joined the Dons aged 11 and has been praised by his club as an outstanding role model for other youngsters at the club.
And the winner from League One is… Brendon Galloway of Milton Keynes Dons.
Central midfielder Bradley Walker joined the North East club when he was 13 years old and has progressed through the academy to become a first-team player. His rise through the ranks at Hartlepool has not gone unnoticed, and Bradley has been called up to train with the England U18 squad.
And the winner from League Two is… Bradley Walker of Hartlepool United.
Judges looked at the record of the player in all competitions since he became an apprentice alongside his education attainment, disciplinary record and any other outstanding achievements.
Next up are the awards for the League Football Education Apprentice of the Year for each of Sky Bet League Two, Sky Bet League One and the Sky Bet Championship.
And the other divisional winners for Family Club of the Year are… Wolverhampton Wanderers and Plymouth Argyle.
Championship club Middlesbrough proudly unveiled their ‘Generation Red’ family zone at the beginning of the 2013/14 season. The 3,000-capacity dedicated family space is packed with innovative activities and family-focused supporter care at every home game.
And the overall winner of Football League Family Club of the Year is… Middlesbrough.
Our next award is for the Family Club of the Year. This award honours a club from each division that is leading the way in providing the very best experience for families across The Football League. One of these divisional winners will then be crowned overall winner.
Frank retired from his role as Football in the Community Officer at the age of 63 but continues to remain a vital part of the Community and Education Trust at Southend United, while he gives up numerous hours of his time to support the Trust's work across areas such as sports participation, social inclusion, health and education.
Frank started at Southend United in 1958 as a 13-year-old and still remains an integral part of United's community operations to this day. He signed as a player for the Shrimpers when he was 17 and has fulfilled the roles of youth team coach, first-team coach, assistant manager and manager at Southend, before becoming the club’s first Football in the Community Officer.
And the overall winner is… Frank Banks of Southend United.
Three individuals have been shortlisted for this award. Barnsley assistant kitman Norman Rimmington, Brighton and Hove Albion club lottery volunteer Fred Woolven, and Southend United community trust volunteer Frank Banks. Two of these club stalwarts will be highly commended, with one winning the Tokio Marine Unsung Hero award.
The first award of the night is the Tokio Marine Unsung Hero, which recognises loyal and dedicated service behind the scenes at clubs in the Football League. Judges were looking for a member of club staff who has made a significant contribution to the running of their club.