Despite not collecting any silverware, Yeovil Town fans have provided something for the Glovers to celebrate this season - winning £20,000 for the club via the Fanpower Stadium competition, which was run by The Football League title sponsors npower.

Hosted on Facebook, the competition rewarded the set of fans that "made the most noise" with £20,000 for their club. This was determined by measuring the amount of mentions supporters had generated for their football club on Facebook and Twitter.

The noise could only be measured when an individual had "taken a seat" in the virtual Fanpower Stadium meaning £10,000 was also awarded to the club whose fans participated the most as a percentage of their average attendance.

The Somerset side ran away with £20,000 noise pot, with their loyal fans signing up in droves and then taking to Twitter and Facebook to show their support. In the 11-week competition, Town fans generated over 100,000 noise counts mentioning their beloved Glovers.

Fans will now get the opportunity to vote how the prize money is spent within the club at Voting closes at midnight on Sun 17 June.

The club has identified three areas that could potentially benefit from the prize:

- General refurbishment of conference centre first floor facilities
- Improvement to and additional supporter stadium catering facilities
- Supporter infrastructure safety improvements

The most popular option as voted for by Glovers fans, will receive the £10,000 prize money.

Emma Collins, Sponsorship Manager from npower, said: "We're delighted to be handing over the prize fund to Yeovil Town and their fans, who clearly seized the opportunity to support their club with great passion.

"It's great to be a part of this very real showing of 'Fanpower' and maybe this victory for the fans will be a good omen for the players next season."