All you need to know about the awards ceremony
Robert Lewandowski poderia retain the award he was given at the last ceremony and some fans may feel he deserves it, especially after being snubbed at the Ballon d’Or. On top of that he has scored 34 goals across all competitions so far this season but he faces tough competition in Lionel Messi and Mo Salah.
Enquanto isso, Lucy Bronze will have to relinquish the gong she claimed at the last ceremony as Sam Kerr, Alexia Putellas and Jennifer Hermoso are shortlisted. Putellas is thought to be the favourite after she claimed the Ballon d’Or but Hermoso and Kerr will give her a good run for her money.
Another accolade which will be closely fought is the Puskas award with one of the spectacular goals nominated being Patrik Schick’s lob at Euro 2020.
But who else is nominated and how can fans watch? Here’s all you need to know.
The ceremony will begin at 6pm GMT on Monday, 17 January at ‘Home of Fifa’ in Zurich.
Como posso assistir?
The awards aren’t on TV but they are available to stream on Fifa.com and their YouTube channel.
Shortlists for the awards
Fifa men’s player: Robert Lewandowski, Lionel Messi and Mo Salah
Fifa women’s player: Jennifer Hermoso. Alexia Putellas and Sam Kerr
Fifa men’s coach: Pep Guardiola, Thomas Tuchel and Roberto Mancini
Fifa women’s coach: Lluis Cortes, Emma Hayes and Sarina Wiegman
Fifa men’s goalkeeper: Gianluigi Donnarumma, Edouard Mendy, Manuel Neuer
Fifa women’s goalkeeper: Ann-Katrin Berger, Christiane Endler and Stephanie Labbe
Puskas award: Erik Lamela (Arsenal vs Tottenham, Premier League March 2021), Patrik Schick (Czech Republic vs Scotland, Euro 2020 Junho 2021) and Mehdi Taremi (Chelsea vs FC Porto, Champions League April 2021)