Nominations open for 2024 Women’s Football Awards
Posted by  badge Boss on Dec 15, 2023 - 05:36AM
Alessia Russo won the 2023 Player of the Year award, while the 2024 ceremony will once again be hosted by Eni Aluko and Jamie Carragher (Photo: Women’s Football Awards)

Nominations are now open for the 2024 Women’s Awards following another ground-breaking year for the women’s game.

Launched in 2023, in association with Daily Mail Sport and Metro, the Women’s Football Awards are the biggest awards event in women’s football.

They celebrate the players, people, brands and organisations who are helping to grow the sport – from heroes to broadcasters to those working at grassroots level.

Last year’s winners included forward Alessia Russo, star and Barcelona’s Keira Walsh.

The final shortlist for the awards will be unveiled in February ahead of the star-studded awards ceremony on 30th May, and fans can now nominate their heroes of the game.

‘I am excited to be involved again and encourage the public to nominate now,’ Liverpool legend , who will co-host the awards, said.

‘The Women’s Football Awards is special because it not only celebrates the success on the pitch but shines a light on the people and organisations working behind-the scenes to push the growth of the game forward.’

2024 Women's Football Awards key categories:

  • Player of the Year
  • Young Player of the Year
  • Women’s Football Broadcaster or Journalist of the Year
  • Football Business of the Year
  • World Cup Player of the Year
  • Best Club of the Year
  • Manager or Coach of the Year
  • Off The Pitch award
  • Unsung Hero Award

Carragher will be joined by Lionesses hero and former Chelsea star Eni Aluko, who added: ‘This is Britain and Europe’s biggest award event for women’s football and is returning at a very exciting moment for the game.

‘The Women’s Football Awards World Cup follows a fantastic World Cup tournament, a thrilling start to the women’s football season and while the phenomenal growth of our game continues.

‘This is the only awards event for women’s football where the public decides the shortlist and so we’re encouraging as many people to take part and nominate now.

‘The Women’s Football Awards is an inspirational event and will recognise those on and off the pitch who are raising the bar for women’s football.’

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