The Best FIFA Men's Coach

The Best FIFA Men's Coach

The Best FIFA Men's Coach is given to the most outstanding coach in men's football as voted for by an international jury comprising the current coaches of all men's national teams (one per team), current captains of all men's national teams (one per team), one specialist journalist from each territory represented by a national team and fans registered on

From a shortlist of five men's football coaches, the panel will select the winner for their respective achievements during the period from 8 October 2020 to 7 August 2021.

Claudio Ranieri (2016), Zinedine Zidane (2017), Didier Deschamps (2018) and Jurgen Klopp (2019 and 2020) are the previous winners.

The winners of all of the awards will be revealed at The Best FIFA Football Awards in Zurich on 17 January 2022.

To vote for your winner, click on 1. To vote for your runner-up, click on 2. And for your third placed preference, click on 3.

Vote for The Candidates

Antonio Conte
Ended Inter's league title drought by guiding them to their first Serie A crown since the 2009-10 season.
Hansi Flick
A Bundesliga champion with Bayern, who won their record-extending ninth successive title by 13 points. Won the FIFA Club World Cup 2020. Also made it to the UEFA Champions League quarter-finals.
Pep Guardiola
Named the Premier League Manager of the Season after steering the Citizens to the 2020-21 league title. Guardiola was also a League Cup winner and was a UEFA Champions League finalist during the same season.
Roberto Mancini
Guided his country to glory at UEFA EURO 2020, denying England in the final at Wembley. Their quarter-final defeat of Belgium was the team's 15th consecutive EURO victory, qualifying included – a new record for the tournament.
Lionel Scaloni
Led Argentina to their first CONMEBOL Copa América triumph in 28 years, taking them level with Uruguay on 15 titles.
Diego Simeone
Won Spain's La Liga for the first time since 2013/14 and reached the round of 16 in the 2020/21 edition of the UEFA Champions League.
Thomas Tuchel
Won the UEFA Champions League, beating domestic champions Manchester City in the 2020-21 final. He also took the club to the FA Cup final and fourth in the league, ensuring Champions League qualification had they not secured an automatic berth as holders.