Addicks defender Ryan Inniss has been recognised for exceptional work in the local community by being named divisional winner of the 2022 ‘PFA Player in the Community Award’.
The award is given to the players that go above and beyond with community work, either due to the breadth of involvement or for the depth of support for one particular project.
The overall winner will be announced live at the EFL Awards on Sunday, April 24th, with Inniss up against Championship winner Billy Mitchell of Millwall and Leyton Orient's Omar Beckles in League Two.
During the 2021/22 season, Inniss has demonstrated a real commitment to giving back to the local community, fully immersing himself in activities and going the extra mile to help where he can. Most notably Ryan spent every Friday evening for two months visiting the Club’s PL Kicks sessions which aim to help young people make positive life choices.