The Best FIFA Football Awards™

Monday 24 September 2018, London

The Best FIFA Women's Player

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Voting for The Best FIFA Women’s Player 2018 closed on 10 August. The fan vote will now play an equal part in deciding the winner as three other key sections of the football community – namely coaches and captains from national teams and journalists. 

The three finalists will be revealed on 3 September. Come back then to see if you helped your favourites be in the running for the trophy in London on 24 September!

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The Candidates
ENG
Lucy BRONZE
Lucy BRONZE

Won league and UEFA Women’s Champions League double in maiden season in France

Helped England remain unbeaten in Women’s World Cup qualifying during 2017/18 

Named in UEFA Women’s Champions League squad of the tournament

Lucy BRONZE
DEN
Pernille HARDER
Pernille HARDER

Helped Wolfsburg lift Frauen-Bundesliga, scoring league-high 17 goals

Scored eight in UEFA Women’s Champions League, including one in the final

Named in UEFA Women’s Champions League squad of the tournament

Pernille HARDER
NOR
Ada HEGERBERG
Ada HEGERBERG

Helped Lyon win Ligue 1 Feminine, with 31 goals in just 20 appearances

Won UEFA Women’s Champions League and set new competition record of 15 goals in one edition

Named in UEFA Women’s Champions League squad of the tournament

Ada HEGERBERG
FRA
Amandine HENRY
Amandine HENRY

Helped Lyon win Ligue 1 Feminine and UEFA Women’s Champions League double

Scored in UEFA Women’s Champions League final

Named in UEFA Women’s Champions League squad of the tournament

Amandine HENRY
AUS
Samantha KERR
Samantha KERR

Top scorer in 2017 NWSL with 17 goals for Sky Blue FC

Helped Australia to AFC Women’s Asian Cup final, scoring three goals

Scored 11 goals in 14 games for Matildas in 2017/18 (September 2017 to April 2018)

Samantha KERR
JPN
Saki KUMAGAI
Saki KUMAGAI

Captained Japan to AFC Women’s Asian Cup win

Won league and UEFA Women’s Champions League double with Lyon

Named in UEFA Women’s Champions League squad of the tournament

Saki KUMAGAI
GER
Dzsenifer MAROZSAN
Dzsenifer MAROZSAN

Won league and UEFA Women’s Champions League double with Lyon

Captained Germany to five wins in six Women’s World Cup qualifying games

Named in UEFA Women’s Champions League squad of the tournament

Dzsenifer MAROZSAN
BRA
MARTA
MARTA

Scored 13 goals, laid on six assists in helping Orlando Pride to NWSL play-offs

Named in the NWSL Best XI, the league’s team of the season

Captained Brazil to Copa America Femenina title, winning all seven games at the finals

MARTA
USA
Megan RAPINOE
Megan RAPINOE

Helped USA to 2018 SheBelieves Cup title, scoring winner against Germany in opener

Played key role in unbeaten run of 12 USA games without defeat (September 2017 to April 2018)

Scored 12 goals in 18 NWSL games for Seattle Reign in 2017 campaign

Megan RAPINOE
FRA
Wendie RENARD
Wendie RENARD

Captained Olympique Lyonnais to league and UEFA Women’s Champions League double

Named in UEFA Women’s Champions League team of the tournament

Earned 100th Les Bleues cap in April 2018, in an 8-0 friendly victory over Nigeria

Wendie RENARD