Watch the goals in contention for the Mitre Goal of the Year award at the Football League Awards.
Goals from each of the 72 Football League clubs are in contention to be named the Mitre Goal of the Year at the Football League Awards 2014.
Sky Sports’ show Soccer AM will this weekend reveal which 10 goals from the list will now be put forward for a fan vote.
Our goal which has been put forward is Ben Hutchinson's sumptuous 30-yard volley in our match against Portsmouth earlier this season.
The selection of the 10 best goals scored by clubs form across Football League competitions in 2013 will be shown by Max Rushden and Helen Chamberlain on the Sky Sports programme on Saturday morning, along with details of how fans can vote for their favourite.
Each of the 72 Football League clubs nominated their best goal from 2013 as their own ‘Mitre Goal of the Year’ for the competition.
The 10 best strikes have been selected to make the cut, with the fan vote then helping to decide the final shortlist of five goals. Alongside the vote, fans will be given a chance to win tickets to next month’s star studded event.
Fans can see all 72 goals in contention for the Mitre Goal of the Year and make their own mind up as to which ones should make the Top 10 by watching them all on The Football League’s YouTube channel:
For Sky Bet Championship club goals click here
For Sky Bet League One club goals click here
For Sky Bet League Two club goals click here
Previous winners of the Mitre Goal of the Year award are as follows:
Simon Cox (Nottingham Forest - 2012)
Peter Whittingham (Cardiff City - 2011)
Dean Furman (Oldham Athletic - 2010)
Nicky Maynard (Bristol City - 2009)
Sylvain Ebanks-Blake (Wolverhampton Wanderers - 2008)
Jermaine Beckford (Leeds United - 2007)
Joe Ledley (Cardiff City - 2006)
Stefan Oakes (Notts County - 2005)
The overall winner of the best goal from 2013 will be decided at the Football League Awards which take place at The Brewery in London on Sunday 16th March.
For more about The Football League Awards visit www.FLAwards.com
or search for #FLAwards on Twitter.