The Best FIFA Women's Player

The Best FIFA Women's Player

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

From a shortlist of 11 female players, the panel will select the winner for their respective achievements during the period from 8 October 2020 to 6 August 2021.

Carli Lloyd (2016), Lieke Martens (2017), Marta (2018), Megan Rapinoe (2019) and Lucy Bronze (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

Stina Blackstenius
Stina
Blackstenius
Spearheaded Sweden's run to the silver medal at the Women's Olympic Football Tournament and won the domestic title in her country with Häcken.
Aitana Bonmatí
Aitana
Bonmatí
Won the Primera División and starred in the UEFA Women's Champions League conquest, being selected in the Squad of the Season and named the Player of the Match in the final.
Lucy Bronze
Lucy
Bronze
Was in free-scoring form for Team GB at Tokyo 2020 and secured a runners-up medal with Manchester City in the FA Women's Super League.
Magdalena Eriksson
Magdalena
Eriksson
Won silver at the Women's Olympic Football Tournament with Sweden. Claimed the FA Women's Super League crown with Chelsea, with whom she was also a UEFA Women's Champions League finalist.
Caroline Graham Hansen
Caroline
Graham Hansen
The top assist-maker in Spain last season, she was instrumental in Barcelona's league and European triumphs, as demonstrated by her place in the UEFA Women's Champions League Squad of the Season.
Pernille Harder
Pernille
Harder
Won the FA Women's Super League and made it to the UEFA Women's Champions League final with Chelsea.
Jenni Hermoso
Jenni
Hermoso
Fired Barcelona to the Primera División and UEFA Women's Champions League titles as the leading scorer in both, being included in the Squad of the Season for the European competition.
So-Yun Ji
So-Yun
Ji
The midfielder helped Chelsea to the FA Women's Super League title and scored for the eventual beaten finalists in the UEFA Women's Champions League semi-final victory over Bayern Munich.
Sam Kerr
Sam
Kerr
The FA Women's Super League golden boot winner with 21 goals, Kerr captained Australia to the semi-finals at the Olympics in Japan.
Vivianne Miedema
Vivianne
Miedema
Led the line for the Netherlands at Tokyo 2020, topping the scoring charts despite her country being knocked out in the quarter-finals. Secured a third-place finish in the FA Women's Super League with Arsenal.
Alexia Putellas
Alexia
Putellas
A Primera División and UEFA Women's Champions League winner, being named in the Squad of the Season for the latter.
Christine Sinclair
Christine
Sinclair
The most successful Canadian player of all time reinforced her legendary status by skippering her country to the gold medal at Tokyo 2020.
Ellen White
Ellen
White
Was in free-scoring form for Team GB at Tokyo 2020 and secured a runners-up medal with Manchester City in the FA Women's Super League.