Voting process started off on Monday 22 November and will end on Friday 10 December 2021.
The Awards show will be held as a virtual TV show at the Home of FIFA, in Zurich-Switzerland, in accordance with progressing general wellbeing measures.
In many nations all throughout the world, competitions have effectively continued under practically ordinary conditions.
Football has brought joy to many people around the world. Be that as it may, FIFA will recognise these performances in these categories:
The Best FIFA Women’s Player
The Best FIFA Men’s Player
The Best FIFA Women’s Coach
The Best FIFA Men’s Coach
The Best FIFA Women’s Goalkeeper
The Best FIFA Men’s Goalkeeper
FIFA FIFPRO Women’s World 11
FIFA FIFPRO Men’s World 11
FIFA Fair Play Award
FIFA Puskás Award (awarded for the best goal of the year)
FIFA Fan Award
The honors reward the best in every category, regardless of championship or nationality, for their respective achievements during the season 2020/2021, which also include the Olympic Football Tournaments in Tokyo.
Moreover, the show will also recognise other unique presentations for acknowledgment of remarkable performances.
The Best FIFA Award includes the views of the four pillars of the footballing world.
The recipients of the trophies for the top players and coaches in both women’s and men’s football will be determined through a combined voting process involving the captains and head coaches of all national teams around the world, an online ballot of fans and submissions from a select group of more than 300 media representatives as per the Rules of Allocation.
Voting opened on Monday 22 November and will close on Friday 10 December 2021.