Staff at Burton Albion Football Club have been voted the friendliest in the Football League.
The Brewers have also won the Football League’s Family Excellence Award for 2015 for the fifth time in six years.
The club celebrated the League Two title last weekend.
We are delighted to win this award for the fifth time and it demonstrates our commitment to young supporters and families.
We’ve always tried to maintain affordable pricing for all of our supporters. This award is testament to our overall matchday experience for families.
Burton Albion fans watched their team be crowned champions of League Two at the Pirelli Stadium after they clinched the title yesterday.Read the full story ›
Burton Albion will be crowned champions of League Two at the Pirelli Stadium this afternoon after they clinched the title yesterday.Read the full story ›
Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink's side have secured promotion to League One after their 2-1 win at Morecambe.Read the full story ›
Burton Albion could seal promotion to League One this weekend if they can beat Morecambe tomorrow, and if Bury drop points in fourth place.
ITV News Central's Michael Sibert reports from Burton-on-Trent as the club close in on experiencing the third tier of English football for the very first time.
Burton Albion manager Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink has praised his side after going top of League Two last night.
The Staffordshire club leapfrogged Shrewsbury in the table after beating Hartlepool United 1-0 with a 90th minute goal from Florent Cuvelier at Victoria Park.
Former Middlesbrough striker Hasselbaink said he was pleased with his team's performance against Pools.
Burton Albion's new manager Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink says he wants to do "the best he can" for his new club.
He won his first game in charge earlier this week but faces an even bigger test tomorrow when the Brewers host the leaders of League Two.
James Clark has been speaking to him.
Burton Albion has confirmed that manager Gary Rowett has left his post at the club to take up the vacant manager's job at Birmingham City,
The club also confirmed three of Rowett's coaching staff have also left.
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It is being reported that Burton Albion manager Gary Rowett has been approached by Birmingham City over their vacant manager's position.
Rowett played for Birmingham during his playing career almost 100 times and has been a favourite to take over at St. Andrews since Clark's departure.
The Blues lost 1-0 away at Blackburn last night with co-caretaker manager Malcolm Crosby in charge.
An approach by Birmingham City has also apparently been declined by MK Dons over their manager Karl Robinson.