- The Best FIFA Football Awards take place in London on Monday 24 September
- Watch event unfold with live stream and exclusive content via live blog
- Keep updated on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram
The Best FIFA Football Awards™ are returning to London on Monday 24 September – and you can follow the entire day’s events with FIFA's digital platforms! Join us for hours of intrigue as the biggest names in world football descend on the Royal Festival Hall in the United Kingdom's capital by getting exclusive access behind-the-scenes – from fantastic photos to interviews with the stars.
When not following the glitz and glamour with our live FIFA TV on YouTube, Facebook and Twitter streams, you can keep across the action with our live blog, starting at 09:00 local time (10:00 CET), bringing you live updates as all the excitement unfolds.
You will certainly want to follow our social media platforms throughout the day, too. Exclusive photos, videos and interactions all await you on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. You'll have an 'access all areas' pass with our Instagram Story, so make sure you're following along. You can also get your posts noticed using the hashtags #TheBest and #FIFAFootballAwards - as well as exclusive emoji-triggering hashtags for each of The Best Men's and Women's Player finalists.
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Follow the day with FIFA
From 18:00 local time (19:00 CET), our live video stream will be capturing all the buzz from the green carpet, where our hosts and presenters - Alex Thomas, Reshmin Chowdhury and Layla Anna Lee - will chat with some of the most celebrated names in world football. Don’t miss out on seeing the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo, Luka Modric and Mo Salah make their entrances!
The eagerly awaited ceremony finally gets underway at 19:30 local time (20:30 CET), which will be hosted by renowned British actor Idris Elba for the second year in succession - assisted by co-host Anne-Laure Bonnet, while British rock and roll behemoth Noel Gallagher will also be performing on the night. With our live streams on FIFA.com, FIFA TV on YouTube, Facebook and Twitter (geo-restrictions apply, see below) you won’t miss a second of the ceremony. But if you’re unable to watch the event live on screen, you can still stay up to date on the go with our FIFA app.
The show must go on
When the curtain falls on the ceremony, the coverage doesn’t stop there. After the event, we’ll be bringing you reaction from the winners of each of the platinum-coated trophies.
Don’t forget to stop by FIFA.com and FIFA’s official social media channels on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram in the days after The Best FIFA Football Awards. There, we’ll be bringing football fans more interesting stories and exclusive interviews with the footballing world’s biggest stars, together with great videos, colourful photo galleries and the latest reaction from around the globe.
The key moments (UK time)
Live Blog opens on FIFA.com
Green Carpet starts
Live Show begins
Live show ends, with all winners having been announced
Streaming restrictions apply in the following countries
Albania, Armenia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Belgium, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Georgia, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Israel, Kazakhstan, Kosovo, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Macedonia, Malta, Montenegro, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Republic of Ireland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Switzerland, Ukraine