The seven-person shortlist for The Best FIFA Women’s Coach 2020 award - based on their respective achievements during the period between 8 July 2019 and 7 October 2020 - was compiled by a panel of experts in women's football.
Voting to decide the winner is equally weighted between fans, journalists, national team coaches and captains.
The three finalists for each award will be revealed at a later date, with all award winners revealed at The Best FIFA Football Awards ceremony in Zurich on 17 December 2020.
Won both La Liga and the Spanish Super Cup and led Barcelona to the UEFA Women's Champions League semi-finals.
Won Serie A – her and the club's third consecutive league title – and the Italian Super Cup.
Led Chelsea to glory in the FA Women's Super League and the League Cup.
Guided Wolfsburg to success in the Bundesliga and the German Cup, and to the final of the UEFA Women's Champions League.
Won the Norwegian double of Toppserien (league) and NM Kvinner (cup).
Won the UEFA Women's Champions League and also guided Lyon to the French league and cup double.
Guided her country to UEFA Women's EURO qualification with eight straight wins; unbeaten since the FIFA Women's World Cup 2019 Final.