Reds up for prizes at 2024 Women's Football Awards

Thursday 18 April 2024 13:32

Manchester United is represented on six of the shortlists for prizes that will be handed out at the 2024 Shein Women’s Football Awards next month.

Ahead of the London ceremony, taking place on 30 May, supporters have the opportunity to vote on several of this year’s accolades via public ballots.

The event, set to be the second of its kind, recognises outstanding achievement throughout women’s football, celebrating the people, brands and organisations contributing to the phenomenal growth of the game.

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United’s Mary Earps and Nikita Parris are both up for the Football Player of the Year award, while Earps is also one of 10 players in the running to win the 2023 World Cup Hero prize.

Two Reds can also be found among the nominees for the Young Football Player of the Year accolade, with Grace Clinton – spending the season on loan at Tottenham – and Maya Le Tissier featuring.

Marc Skinner, meanwhile, has been included on the 10-strong shortlist of coaches vying to take home the trophy for Manager or Coach of the Year.

The club, as a whole, is also in contention to retain the Best Club of the Year title, while being a contender in the Best Fan Engagement category.

Voting is easy to do, free and currently open on all of the aforementioned awards, plus more.

But you must be quick if you want to show your United support by getting involved, as the ballots are set to close tomorrow (Friday 19 April)!

Follow the link here to vote.


Footballer of the Year: Mary Earps, Nikita Parris
Young Football Player of the Year: Grace Clinton, Maya Le Tissier
2023 World Cup Hero: Mary Earps
Best Club of the Year: Manchester United
Manager or Coach of the Year: Marc Skinner
Best Fan Engagement: Manchester United


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