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FIFA Have Announced the 2021 Best FIFA Football Awards Shortlists

FIFA Have Announced the 2021 Best FIFA Football Awards Shortlists

After the football news that the ceremony will be virtual, FIFA have announced the 2021 Best FIFA Football Awards shortlists.

At this awards ceremony, FIFA will declare their best player, best coach, and best goalkeeper for men’s and women’s games.

Within FIFA, expert committees chose these particular finalists.

And now, fans may vote among the nominees in the shortlists for each category on the FIFA website. This polling is open until December 10th.

As we’ve already covered, FIFA will announce the winners in an online event on January 17, 2022. They will conduct this ceremony in Zurich, where the FIFA headquarters are based.

Finally, FIFA will unveil the shortlist for the 2021 Puskas Award separately at a later date.

FIFA Have Announced the 2021 Best FIFA Football Awards Shortlists, and Here They Are:

The Best FIFA Men’s Player

Karim Benzema (France / Real Madrid)

Kevin De Bruyne (Belgium / Manchester City)

Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal / Juventus / Manchester United)

Erling Haaland (Norway / Borussia Dortmund)

Jorginho (Italy / Chelsea)

N’Golo Kante (France / Chelsea)

Robert Lewandowski (Poland / Bayern Munich)

Kylian Mbappé (France / Paris Saint-Germain)

Lionel Messi (Argentina / Barcelona / Paris Saint-Germain)

Neymar (Brazil / Paris Saint-Germain)

Mohamed Salah (Egypt / Liverpool)

The Best FIFA Women’s Player

Stina Blackstenius (Sweden / Hacken)

Aitana Bonmati (Spain / Barcelona)

Lucy Bronze (England / Manchester City)

Magdalena Eriksson (Sweden / Chelsea)

Caroline Graham Hansen (Norway / Barcelona)

Pernille Harder (Denmark / Chelsea)

Jennifer Hermoso (Spain / Barcelona)

Ji So-yun (Korea Republic / Chelsea)

Sam Kerr (Australia / Chelsea)

Vivianne Miedema (Netherlands / Arsenal)

Alexia Putellas (Spain / Barcelona)

Christine Sinclair (Canada / Portland Thorns)

Ellen White (England / Manchester City)

The Best FIFA Men’s Coach

Antonio Conte (Inter / Tottenham Hotspur)

Hansi Flick (Bayern Munich / German national team)

Pep Guardiola (Manchester City)

Roberto Mancini (Italian national team)

Lionel Scaloni (Argentinian national team)

Diego Simeone (Atletico Madrid)

Thomas Tuchel (Chelsea)

The Best FIFA Women’s Coach

Lluis Cortes (Barcelona)

Peter Gerhardsson (Swedish national team)

Emma Hayes (Chelsea)

Beverly Priestman (Canadian national team)

Sarina Wiegman (Dutch national team / English national team)

The Best FIFA Men’s Goalkeeper

Alisson Becker (Brazil / Liverpool)

Gianluigi Donnarumma (Italy / AC Milan / Paris Saint-Germain)

Edouard Mendy (Senegal / Chelsea)

Manuel Neuer (Germany / Bayern Munich)

Kasper Schmeichel (Denmark / Leicester City)

The Best FIFA Women’s Goalkeeper

Ann-Katrin Berger (Germany / Chelsea)

Christiane Endler (Chile / Paris Saint-Germain / Lyon)

Stephanie Labbe (Canada / Rosengard / Paris Saint-Germain)

Hedvig Lindahl (Sweden / Atletico Madrid)

Alyssa Naeher (USA / Chicago Red Stars)

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