It was announced this week that Whitehawk and Worthing Town FC had been nominated for the Sussex Sports Awards Club of the Year, to be decided by a public vote.
The awards ceremony will take place on Friday 22 November and this is your opportunity to credit what has been another incredible year for Sussex Football.
Whitehawk have had a highly successful year off the pitch with their campaign ‘Non-League for Grenfell’ in which 30 Grenfell children and leaders spent a day at the seaside and mascoting at a Whitehawk home league game.
What’s more, the club ran a ‘Hawks Heroes’ project which consisted of men on the Whitehawk estate over 30 and unfit giving them the opportunity to partake in a 10-week programme focused on mental and physical well-being.
On the other hand, you have Worthing Town who have over 600 players FA registered, across 46 teams, for the 2019-20 season, moreover they are fully inclusive, with boys and (more) girls teams than any other in the county.
Furthermore, they are one of only 15 clubs in the country that has a player pathway from youth to adult in male, female and disability football
A charter standard club, they have also enjoyed triumph on the pitch with several league title and competitions won. Such achievements gained Worthing the Grassroots Project of the Year at our annual awards evening this year.
To vote, just follow the link below and select your winner!
For more information please contact Active Sussex:
T: 01273 644103