The FA Women’s Football Awards

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On Friday we were lucky enough to attend the FA Women’s Football Awards as guest of sponsor SSE.

It was a glittering occasion with many of the great and the good of women’s football in attendance and hosted by the charismatic Caroline Barker.

Here is a list of all the award winners.

Vauxhall England Women’s Player of the Year
Jordan Nobbs (Arsenal)

Vauxhall England Women’s Young Player of the Year
Millie Bright (Chelsea)

FA WSL Goal of the Season

Claire Emslie (Bristol City)

FA WSL Manager of the Year
Nick Cushing (Manchester City)

FA WSL 1 Players’ Player of the Year
Lucy Bronze (Manchester City)

FA WSL 1 Club of the Year
Manchester City

FA WSL 1 Top Goalscorer
Eniola Aluko (Chelsea)

FA WSL 2 Players’ Player of the Year
Ini-Abasi Umotong (Oxford United)

FA WSL 2 Club of the Year

Yeovil Town

FA WSL 2 Top Goalscorers
Jo Wilson (London Bees)
Ini-Abasi Umotong (Oxford United)

FA WPL Manager of the Year 
Lindsey Stephenson (Middlesbrough)

FA WPL Club of the Year
Brighton & Hove Albion

FA WPL Premier Division Players’ Player of the Year
Lynda Shepherd (Blackburn Rovers)

FA WPL Division One Players’ Player of the Year
Gemma Woodford (Shanklin)

FA WPL Northern Division Top Goalscorer
Emily Heckler (Huddersfield Town)

FA WPL Southern Division Top Goalscorer
Gemma Shepherd (Charlton Athletic)

FA WPL Division One Midlands Top Goalscorer
Jade Cross (Wolverhampton Wanderers)

FA WPL Division One North Top Goalscorer
Bianca Owens (Middlesbrough)

FA WPL Division One South East Top Goalscorer
Kallie Balfour (Gillingham)

FA WPL Division One South West Top Goalscorer
Katie German (Larkhall Athletic)

#WeCanPlay Participation Award
Crawley COGS

Special Award: Contribution to Women’s Football in Media
She Kicks / Jen O’Neill

Outstanding Contribution to Women’s Football
Hope Powell CBE

I would like to add our sincere thanks to both SSE and to Synergy for our invitation to this prestigious ceremony, we are really looking forward to continuing to work with you – exciting times in women’s sport.

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