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((WATCH>>STREAMS!)) The Best FIFA Football Awards 2024 Live Free Online Broadcast 15 January 2024


The Best FIFA Football Awards 2023: Live stream, date, start time, nominees and how to watch. The Best FIFA Football Awards for 2023 takes place tonight in London.


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The Best FIFA Football Awards are back, with a slightly different approach being taken this year.


The eighth edition of the prestigious individual awards ceremony for the best players and coaches will recognise the top stars from a few different periods. For the men's awards, December 19, 2022, until August 20, 2023, is the time frame, while the women's awards take into account performances from August 1, 2022, until August 20, 2023.


When do The Best FIFA Football Awards 2023 take place?

Date: January 15, 2024

Time: 7pm GMT / 2pm ET

Venue: London, England


The Best FIFA Football Awards 2023 will be awarded at a ceremony on Monday January 15, 2024. London, England will host the award ceremony.


Proceedings are expected to start at around 7pm GMT (2pm ET).


The Best FIFA Football Awards 2023 shortlists


The Best FIFA Men’s Player


Erling Haaland


Kylian Mbappe


Lionel Messi


The Best FIFA Women’s Player


Aitana Bonmati


Linda Caicedo


Jennifer Hermoso


The Best FIFA Men's Goalkeeper


Yassine Bounou


Thibaut Courtois


Ederson


The Best FIFA Women's Goalkeeper


Mackenzie Arnold


Catalina Coll


Mary Earps


The Best FIFA Men's Coach


Pep Guardiola


Simone Inzaghi


Luciano Spalletti


The Best FIFA Women's Coach


Jonatan Giraldez


Emma Hayes


Sarina Wiegman


The FIFA Puskas Award


Julio Enciso (for Brighton vs Manchester City)


Guilherme Madruga (for Botafogo vs Novorizontino)


Nuno Santos (for Sporting CP vs Boavista)


The Fifa Fair Play Award


TBA


The FIFA Fan Award


Colon de Santa Fe fan


Fran Hurndall


Miguel Angel, Millonarios fan


FIFA FIFPRO Men’s World 11 Finalists


Goalkeepers


Thibaut Courtois (Real Madrid, Belgium)


Ederson (Manchester City, Brazil)


Emiliano Martinez (Aston Villa, Argentina)


Defenders


Ruben Dias (Manchester City, Portugal)


Virgil van Dijk (Liverpool, Netherlands)


Eder Militao (Real Madrid, Brazil)


Antonio Rudiger (Real Madrid, Germany)


John Stones (Manchester City, England)


Kyle Walker (Manchester City, England)


Midfielders


Jude Bellingham (Borussia Dortmund/Real Madrid, England)


Kevin De Bruyne (Manchester City, Belgium)


Ilkay Gundogan (Manchester City/Barcelona, Germany)


Luka Modric (Real Madrid, Croatia)


Rodri (Manchester City, Spain)


Bernardo Silva (Manchester City, Portugal)


Federico Valverde (Real Madrid, Uruguay)


Forwards


Karim Benzema (Real Madrid/Al-Ittihad, France)


Erling Haaland (Manchester City, Norway)


Harry Kane (Tottenham Hotspur/Bayern Munich, England)


Kylian Mbappe (Paris Saint-Germain, France)


Lionel Messi (Paris Saint-Germain/Inter Miami, Argentina)


Cristiano Ronaldo (Al-Nassr, Portugal)


Vinicius Jr (Real Madrid, Brazil)


FIFA FIFPRO Women’s World 11 Finalists


Goalkeepers


Mackenzie Arnold (West Ham United, Australia)


Mary Earps (Manchester United, England)


Alyssa Naeher (Chicago Red Stars, USA)


Defenders


Lucy Bronze (Barcelona, England)


Olga Carmona (Real Madrid, Spain)


Alex Greenwood (Manchester City, England)


Amanda Ilestedt (Paris Saint-Germain/Arsenal, Sweden)


Ashley Lawrence (Paris Saint-Germain/Chelsea, Canada)


Maria Leon (Barcelona, Spain)


Irene Paredes (Barcelona, Spain)


Midfielders


Aitana Bonmati (Barcelona, Spain)


Claudia Pina (Barcelona, Spain)


Fridolina Rolfo (Barcelona, Sweden)


Georgia Stanway (Bayern Munich, England)


Ella Toone (Manchester United, England)


Keira Walsh (Barcelona, England)


Forwards


Jennifer Hermoso (Pachuca/Tigres, Spain)


Lauren James (Chelsea, England)


Sam Kerr (Chelsea, Australia)


Alex Morgan (San Diego Wave, USA)


Salma Paralluelo (Barcelona, Spain)


Alexandra Popp (Wolfsburg, Germany)


Alessia Russo (Manchester United/Arsenal, England)


Lionel Messi is the headline nominee for the 2023 Best Men's Player award, but the 2022 World Cup winner is up against the likes of Erling Haaland and Kylian Mbappe.


Declan Rice's exploits for West Ham and England were acknowledged when he made the long list, while Napoli star Victor Osimhen was the sole nominee from Africa.


Cristiano Ronaldo, who won the first two awards in 2016 and 2017, has not made the nominee list.


Nine individual prizes are up for grabs at a glitzy ceremony in London as the respective FIFPRO World 11s are also revealed.


Ballon d'Or holder Lionel Messi will look to defend his 2022 title as The Best FIFA Men's Player, but faces stern competition from Manchester City striker Erling Haaland and former Paris Saint-Germain team-mate Kylian Mbappe.


Spain and Barcelona star Aitana Bonmati is the favourite to once again take The Best FIFA Women's Player honour, while England's Sarina Wiegman and Chelsea boss Emma Hayes are among the contenders for the women's coaching award.


Lionesses star, new MBE and BBC Sports Personality of the Year Mary Earps could pick up another trophy in The Best FIFA Women's Goalkeeper category, while Manchester City's Pep Guardiola will be fancied for the men's coaching award and Brighton's Julio Enciso hopes to take home the prestigious FIFA Puskas Award for the most beautiful goal of the calendar year.


The 2023 Fifa Best Awards take place in London on Monday night as they prizes for best men’s player and best women’s player from last season are decided.


The Best Awards are Fifa’s equivalent of the Ballon d’Or and last year, Lionel Messi was crowned best men’s player after leading Argentina to World Cup glory in Qatar while Barcelona and Spain star Alexia Putellas won best women’s player.


Messi is among the three finalists for the men’s award again this year, along with Manchester City striker Erling Haaland and PSG and France forward Kylian Mbappe.


Spain’s Women’s World Cup winner Aitana Bonmati is favourite for the women’s prize, and the Barcelona midfielder is joined on the shortlist by team-mate Jenni Hermoso and Real Madrid’s Linda Caicedo.


The period in which achievements are considered for the men’s awards is from 19 December 2022 to 20 August 2023 - so excluding the 2022 World Cup - while for women’s awards it is the period from from 1 August 2022 to 20 August 2023.


Other awards to be handed out at the London ceremony will be, best men’s and women’s goalkeeper, best men’s and women’s coach, the Puskas Award for best goal, the Fifa fair play award, and the Fifa fan award.


The game’s biggest stars will be present for the annual event, which will see a number of awards handed out including the The Best FIFA Women’s Player and The Best FIFA Men’s Player.


Lionel Messi won the Ballon d’Or in October and is a finalist for Best FIFA Men’s Player, but Erling Haaland is the favorite because the qualifying period started on December 19, 2022 — i.e., the day after the World Cup final.


On the women’s side, the final date in the qualifying period is August 20, 2023, the day of the World Cup final. That means that Spain’s Aitana Bonmatí is likely to add to her Ballon d’Or win with a Best FIFA Women’s Player award.


There are plenty more awards set to be handed out, including Best FIFA Coach for women’s and men’s, Best FIFA Goalkeeper for women’s and men’s, the Puskás Award for best goal, and FIFPRO World 11 for women’s and men’s.


A competitive field daw the likes of Sam Kerr, Jennifer Hermoso and Lindsay Horan up for nomination. Spanish, Australian and English players made up the bulk of the original nominees, while Linda Caicedo and Hinata Miyazawa's performances have been recognised too.


Pep Guardiola is in line for his first-ever Best Men's Coach award, having steered Manchester City to a treble last season. The Catalan coach has been nominated a number of times but has not yet won the award since it began in 2017.


Guardiola is up against Simone Inzaghi - the Inter coach he vanquished in the Champions League final - as well as Luciano Spalletti, who delivered Napoli the Scudetto. Barcelona boss Xavi and former Celtic manager Ange Postecoglou are also in the running.


Three-time Best Women's Coach Sarina Wiegman is among the nominees for the 2023 edition, but the Dutch tactician is up against the likes of Chelsea boss Emma Hayes and Barcelona's Jonatan Giraldez.


Manchester City shot-stopper Ederson leads the nominees for The Best Men's Goalkeeper award, but the Brazilian faces stiff competition from the likes of Thibaut Courtois, Yassine Bounou, Marc-Andre ter Stegen and Andre Onana.


The 2022 Best Women's Goalkeeper Mary Earps is out to defend her crown against previous winner Christiane Endler, as well as Ann-Katrin Berger and Mackenzie Arnold.


Players and coaches who impressed during the relevant qualifying periods have been whittled down to three outstanding candidates across seven categories, while selections will be made for the FIFA FIFPRO Men's and Women's World 11s. Three fans have been nominated for the FIFA Fan Award, and the winner of the FIFA Fair Play Award will also be announced.


In the time being judged for the award after the World Cup, Messi scored nine goals for PSG as they won the French title and 10 goals in seven games as his new club Inter Miami won the inaugural Leagues Cup in the United States.

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