Nearly 800 people were in attendance as the Eze Group hosted a fabulous night at the Birmingham International Convention Centre. A host of awards were on offer to mark the great performances produced by Blues players this season.
Guests were greeted by a fabulously skilled young man with an array of football juggling artistry (shoudn’t we be trying to sign that boy up?)
Eze Group have had a highly enjoyable time this season and hope to continue their association with this great club and great city.
Birmingham’s own broadcasting legend Tom Ross kept us all entertained and kept the proceedings moving in his role as compere of the night’s events.
Justly rewarded – a proud Curtis Davies shows off his awards from both fellow players and supporters
Lee Clark presented Eze Group with a memento of their time as sponsors of Birmingham City FC
Harry Moseley’s mum Georgie thanking Eze Group for their support. Georgie has worked tirelessly to keep up the legacy of charitable fundraising started by her brave son Harry.
The shirt worn by Curtis Davies during the Nottingham Forrest game – a game when Eze Group gave up their branding in favour of the charity Help Harry – was auctioned for £2,500 lucky (for the Eze Group Charitable Foundation) two players had their eye on it and a second shirt was produced to keep both players, and charity, happy to the tune of £5,000 pounds.
Steve Dann, Eze Group PR Officer thanks the club, the supporters and the supporters group; together they’ve made this season a fabulous experience for all of us at Eze Group – thank you.