Senior Women's Player of the Year (voted for via TheFA.com/Facebook)
Steph Houghton, Arsenal
Runner Up Casey Stoney, Lincoln Ladies, Third Place Jill Scott, Everton
Steph Houghton’s efforts for her country, as well as for her club, helped her become England Women's Player of the Year for 2012.
Not only did she win The FA WSL and Cup double with Arsenal domestically, but the left-back played a major part at London 2012 as Team GB reached the quarter-finals and also helped England qualify for the 2013 UEFA European Championship.
In fact, she appeared in all nine games for Hope Powell's Three Lions, scoring three times, and during the Olympics, equalled that scoring feat for Great Britain with one goal in each group game.
Indeed, it was Houghton's memorable match winner at Wembley Stadium for Team GB against Brazil that she cites as her highlight of 2012.
And when Houghton recalls the events of last year, the 24-year-old admits she still gets goosebumps.
She said in an interview with The Independent: "I'm running out of superlatives for 2012.
"It is a little bit surreal to be honest. I don't think I've kept a smile off my face.
"What has happened is what I dreamt of when I was playing football in the school yard. All I ever wanted to do was play football."
Two other Women's players celebrating at the inaugural FA England Awards are Toni Duggan and Alex Greenwood...
Women's Under-23 Player of the Year (voted by Club England Coaches)
Toni Duggan, Everton
Runner up Jordan Nobbs, Arsenal, Third Place Gemma Bonner, Liverpool
Everton striker Toni Duggan has represented England at U17, U19, U20 and U23 levels.
The 21-year-old has progressed up to the Senior side where she earned her first cap in the Euro 2013 Qualifier against Croatia at Walsall in September last year.
She also played in a friendly against France in October and has a promising future with the Lionesses.
Women's Youth Player of the Year (voted by Club England Coaches)
Alex Greenwood, Everton
Runner up Leah Williamson, Arsenal, Third Place Sherry McCue, Aston Villa
Alex Greenwood made it a second success for Everton at the Awards.
She has been with the Blues since she was eight and has now made the step up to the first team. With 14 caps for England’s U19s she was a key part of a defence that guided Mo Marley’s side to the European Finals in Turkey.
In 2012, Alex played in eight of nine games at U19s level, including all three matches at the Euro Finals.