The star-studded shortlist for the was announced on Tuesday, with several of England’s triumphant Euro 2022 Lionesses in line for recognition.
The ceremony – – will take place in London on May 25 and .
It pays tribute to grassroots greatness as well as national and international superstars of the women’s game.
There are several categories , including the coveted Player of the Year – with Beth Mead, Leah Williamson and Mary Earps among those in the running.
An International Player of the Year is also up for grabs with a glittering shortlist including Alexia Putellas, Alex Morgan and Lucy Bronze, while champions of the women’s game will also be recognised – a list that includes Ian Wright, Karen Carney and former England manager Phil Neville.
Several of England’s Lionesses have been shortlisted for the 2023 Women’s Football Awards
Beth Mead (left) and Leah Williamson (right) are both in the running for Player of the Year
Harry Kane and Jordan Henderson are among those in line for Male Football Ally of the Year
Harry Kane and Jordan Henderson are among those shortlisted for Male Football Ally of the Year in honour of their work to promote women’s football and Sportsmail’s Kathryn Batte is in the running for Women’s Football Broadcaster or Journalist of the Year, coming up against the likes of Alex Scott, ebay address Laura Woods and Kate Abdo.
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