It's time to award the highest honour in Welsh grassroots football to the person who deserves it most.
Hundreds of nominations have been sifted through to produce a shortlist of six tireless volunteers from the length of Wales, to compete for the 2017 People's Awards crown.
Now it's time to meet the six finalists and find out why they're so amazing. But if you know your winner already, click here to go straight to our voting form.
Alongside all the great work Kelly does for her club, she works tirelessly developing the link between the club and community by taking football sessions in schools.
His club say it wouldn’t be able to develop in the way it has without him. He’s a true grassroots hero.
Bob enjoys seeing children having fun and enjoying the game in the right way. He thinks the world of his players and everyone at the club thinks the world of him.
His players and their families have the utmost respect for this all-round positive person who loves football and is passionate about the grassroots game in Wales.
Claire works tirelessly as a volunteer and thoroughly deserves to be recognised for everything that she does.
Despite never kicking a ball in her life, Emily has achieved an incredible amount, and contributed hugely to women and girls football in West Wales.