Pompey could also win several other prizes
Christian Burgess has been shortlisted for the PFA Player in the Community prize at this year’s EFL Awards.
The Pompey defender is up against Doncaster’s Andy Butler and Brighton’s Liam Rosenior, with the winner announced at the London event on Sunday, April 9.
Burgess can regularly be seen at local community events and received national plaudits
back in January after volunteering to help coach an under-12s side when the Blues’ match at Crawley was postponed.
The club will also be hoping for success in several other categories at the EFL Awards.
Pompey have already been named the Checkatrade Community Club of the Year for the South-West and Wales region, and will now compete with Brighton, Burton, Fulham, Rotherham and Wigan for the national prize.
And Michael Doyle is on a 10-man shortlist
for the Mitre Goal of the Year award. You can help him make the final five by clicking here
, with voting closing on March 28.
David Forde, Enda Stevens and Christian Burgess were all recently selected
in the Football Manager Team of the Season for League Two.
On the night you can see if any of them make the overall Team of the Season for all three EFL divisions.
EFL Awards shortlist
Sky Bet Championship Player of the Season
Chris Wood – Leeds United
Dwight Gayle – Newcastle United
Anthony Knockaert – Brighton & Hove Albion
Sky Bet League One Player of the Season
Billy Sharp – Sheffield United
Josh Morris – Scunthorpe United
John Fleck – Sheffield United
Sky Bet League Two Player of the Season
John Marquis – Doncaster Rovers
James Coppinger – Doncaster Rovers
Danny Hylton – Luton Town
EFL Young Player of the Season
John Swift – Reading
Ryan Ledson – Oxford United
Ollie Watkins – Exeter City
Football Manager Team of the Season
To be revealed on the night
Sir Tom Finney and Contribution to League Football Awards
Ton be announced on the night
PFA Player in the Community
Liam Rosenior – Brighton & Hove Albion
Andy Butler – Doncaster Rovers
Christian Burgess – Pompey
EFL Supporter of the Year
Pav Samra – Derby County
Zoe Edge – Chesterfield
Paul Mayfield – Doncaster Rovers
Nickelodeon Family Club of the Year – Championship
Brighton & Hove Albion
Nickelodeon Family Club of the Year – League One
Nickelodeon Family Club of the Year – League Two
Checkatrade Community Club of the Year
North-West – Wigan Athletic
North-East & Yorkshire – Rotherham United
Midlands – Burton Albion
London – Fulham
South-East – Brighton & Hove Albion
South-West & Wales – Pompey
LFE Apprentice of the Year – Championship
Ben Brereton – Nottingham Forest
Lloyd Kelly – Bristol City
George Hirst – Sheffield Wednesday
LFE Apprentice of the Year – League One
Lewis Butroid – Scunthorpe United
Matthew Gillam – Rochdale
Callum Cockerill-Mollett – Walsall
LFE Apprentice of the Year – League Two
Myles Judd – Leyton Orient
Alex Fletcher – Plymouth Argyle
Leon Davies – Cambridge United
Mitre Goal of the Year
The top five goals will be revealed on the night, with the audience voting for the overall winner. Click here
for more details.