Some players win the  PFA Player of the Year Award , some win the  Ballon d’Or , and some go to the  World Cup  and come home with the Golden Boot.

But what about the players who get the first tackle in, week-in, week-out? The players who fight for every ball, the cult heroes, the ones who make sure they go home on a Saturday afternoon with nothing left in the tank?

They’re the sort of players who live and die for their club, the players who can turn a game with fire and passion.

These are the terrace heroes, the players we sing about, the players who know how much it matters to the fans chanting their name.

If they weren’t playing football every Saturday, they’d be out on the stands with you, because they live and breath it.

So they might not win themselves a fist-full of medals, but we’ve got another honour up for grabs.

As part of this year’s  National Football Museum  Hall of Fame Awards, the Examiner and  Mirror Football  have teamed up to run the Terrace Hero category, the award for a player who is a cult legend at your club.

The Terrace Hero shouldn’t necessarily be the best player of all time, but they should be YOUR favourite player, a player who led by example.

They may have retired, or they could still be playing, it can be any player for any club, past or present.

The winner will be voted for by Examiner and Mirror Football readers. In the first round of voting, we’re asking readers to nominate their favourite player. The 20 most popular nominations will go into the final shortlist, which will be published next week, Examiner and Mirror Football readers will then have the final say when it comes to choosing the winner.

The award will be handed out at the National Football Museum Hall of Fame Awards on Wednesday September 25.

So, quite simply, we want to know the name of your terrace hero...