Robert Lewandowski wins FIFA Best award

seventh annual FIFA Best Awards It will take place tonight, hosted by football’s biggest stars, including the likes of others. Lionel Messi And Kylian Mbappe, Nominated for major awards. Three finalists in each category were confirmed ahead of the ceremony in Paris.

Karim Benzema from France was nominated for the FIFA Best Actor award along with Messi and Mbappe, while from England Beth Mead She is competing for the Fifa Best Actress award against Alex Morgan of the USA and Alexia Putellas, winner of 2021. Elsewhere, England boss Sarina Wiegman She has been nominated for Fifa Best Female Coach and the Puskas Award will be given to the man or woman who is judged to have scored the “best” goal of the calendar year.

This year saw major tournaments in both men’s and women’s football, meaning men’s World Cup winners. Argentina and England Lionesses winning Euro 2022 Both are in line for an awards night. The great and the good will gather in Paris for a ceremony that should celebrate a great year of football.

Follow our live blog as the Fifa Best award winners are announced:


When are the Fifa Best awards?

The 2022 Fifa Best Awards will find their owners at a ceremony to be held in Paris on Monday, February 27, 2023.

Viewers in the UK can watch the ceremony live on the BBC from 20:00 BST via the red button or BBC iPlayer.

Michael JonesFebruary 27, 2023 18:03


FIFA Best Awards 2022

good evening and welcome The Independent’s A live blog stream of the Fifa Best Awards celebrating the achievements achieved in football last year.

This year’s awards ceremony covers achievements from August 8, 2021 to December 18, 2022, including the Women’s Euro 2022 tournament and the Men’s World Cup 2022.

There are 11 awards, including the FIFA Best Player for both men and women, the Puskas Award for the ‘best’ goal scored, and special awards for goalkeepers and coaches.

In Paris, there will be a ceremony of brilliance and splendor with the participation of the biggest stars like Lionel Messi and Kylian Mbappe. The ceremony will begin at 20:00 and will be available to watch online via BBC iPlayer.

Michael JonesFebruary 27, 2023 17:32