The prestigious event aims to celebrate both individuals and organisations who, in what has been a challenging year for business, have gone above and beyond to contribute to the region.
There will be a total of 20 different award categories presented on the evening.
Blues' nomination is for Venue of the Year, where we face stiff competition from The NEC, Resorts World Birmingham, Staying Cool at Rotunda and Unique Venues of Birmingham – The Library.
The nomination follows such memorable events as Blues Big Night In where St. Andrew’s Trillion Trophy Stadium hosted an evening of live dance music during lockdown, raising more than £7,600 for University Hospitals Birmingham Charity.
Blues' Head of Commercial, Ian Dutton, said: "As a club, we are delighted to be nominated for ‘Venue of the Year’ at the City of Birmingham Business Awards 2020.
“We take great pride in ensuring we offer a best in class service and operation across all aspects of our venue. To be nominated alongside some of the biggest and most prestigious venue’s in Birmingham and the UK is an outstanding achievement irrelevant of the outcome.”
“St. Andrew’s Trillion Trophy Stadium is not just the home of our great club, Birmingham City FC. This magnificent stadium is a 360 degree multipurpose arena hosting 100’s of events across a multitude of sectors.”
“To win this accolade would be a massive achievement. Credit goes to our outstanding staff, supporters, business partners and the local community to help us achieve our goals of achieving ‘Venue of the Year 2020’.”
“Good luck to all those nominated.”