Albion’s matchday programme, Seagull, has been named the Football League Programme of the Year for the Championship.
The 92-page publication finished runner-up to Burnley last season but has gone one better and scooped the top prize this afternoon.
Programme editor Luke Nicoli told seagulls.co.uk, “We are honoured and thrilled to have picked up this prestigious award, which is testament to the hard work and endeavour which goes into producing each issue of Seagull.
"Since moving to the Amex Stadium, our aim has been to produce a publication which reflects our impressive surrounds, and the quality of writing, design and photography in this season's Seagull has been of the highest calibre.
"I would like to thank everyone who has had an input on the programme this season, our fans for continuing to support the publication and the other Championship clubs who voted for us - the bar has now been raised to make next season's Seagull an even better read for our growing fanbase."
The season 2012/13 edition was rammed full of insightful behind-the-scenes content from inside the club, feature interviews with current and past players and regular features; including Kitbag Secrets and of course Charlie Oatway’s hilarious column.