The voting has started for the Football Blogging Awards, an annual event which celebrates the talents of online journalists and bloggers.
The voting for the awards is completely transparent as the awards are selected solely on the public vote and through innovative methods on social networks. Just like a cup draw, every blog has a chance of winning.
The social networks that people can vote on include Facebook, Twitter and Sportlobster, allowing people from around the world to interact and engage with the awards and vote for their 'top of the league' blogs.
There are 11 prizes up for grabs in the following categories: Male, Female, New, Established, Podcast, Video, Club, Non-League, Comedy, Fantasy Football and Gambling.
The inaugural awards was a huge success as it reached over two million people despite being hosted between the London Olympics and Euro 2012, over 10,000 votes were cast with well over 150 guests attending the Awards evening.
Only last week it was announced the 2013 awards ceremony will be held at the prestigious National Football Museum in central Manchester on the evening of 21st November.
Natalie Pike, a former FHM High Street Honey winner and football presenter will play referee on the night to over 200 football writers.
The headline sponsor for The Football Blogging Awards is Campo Retro, who are the number one destination for official licenced retro apparel. Campo is retro reinvented for lovers of the beautiful game worldwide. TEAMtalk are also one of this year's sponsor's, along with the likes of Sportlobster, The Betting Directory and Football Week.
All profits from the awards will be donated to the charity Football Unites, Racism Divides