Who's your grassroots sporting hero?
You can nominate anyone of any age for a Pride of Sport Award. It could be a selfless volunteer who has given up their time to coach youngsters for years, or someone who washes kits to make sure players look their best week in week out.
Please choose what you feel to be the most suitable category from the list below. Don’t worry if you’re not sure - some nominees may fit in more than one category, so the Pride of Sport team will make sure all nominations are considered for the most appropriate award.
Winners will be chosen by the Pride of Sport judging panel, from a shortlist produced by the Pride of Sport research team who will consider every public nomination received.
Team or Club of The Year
To honour a grassroots team or club in any sport who have worked together to succeed beyond expectations, or had an impact outside the boundaries of sport.
Disabled Sports Person Award
For a disabled sports person who has achieved notable success in grassroots sport, or performed above and beyond expectations.
To recognise a young person aged 16 or under who has overcome significant obstacles to take part in sport, inspiring others with their spirit and dedication.
Young Fundraiser of the Year
To recognise an individual or group under the age of 16 that has undertaken an outstanding charity challenge. Judges will consider the scale and ingenuity of the challenge as well as the amount raised.
To recognise an individual or a group that have undertaken an outstanding charity challenge. Judges will consider the scale and ingenuity of the challenge as well as the amount raised.
Young Sportsperson of the year
To recognise an outstanding individual who has performed beyond their years or proved their potential to become a world class sports star Britain can be proud of.
For inspirational people and groups that deserve recognition but may not fit into any other category.
TSB Community Partner
For an individual or a group of people who have worked in partnership together as a force for good in their local community, improving the lives of people around them through sport. This could be anything from supporting young people and helping them thrive, to bringing communities together to make a difference.
Nominations for the 2019 Pride of Sport Awards are now closed. Nominations received now will be considered for Pride of Sport 2020.
If you are under 18, please make sure you have your parent or guardian's permission. If your nominee is under 18, please make sure you have their parent or guardian's permission. Information provided as part of the nomination may be used as part of an editorial feature within the Daily Mirror. The judges' decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
Information provided may be used as the basis for an editorial feature without further consent. All nominees should be available to travel to London and attend the award presentation in December 2019, and must be available for press comment following the award presentation.