Vauxhall England Women's Player of the Year 2015

Tuesday 13 Oct 2015
Lucy Bronze in World Cup action against France
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We want fans to vote for their Vauxhall England Women’s Player of the Year and Young Player of the Year.

Both shortlists were drawn up by Three Lions boss Mark Sampson and his assistant Marieanne Spacey.

The deadline to submit your vote is midday on Monday 26 October.

The winners will be announced at The FA Women’s Awards which is being staged at Wembley Stadium on Friday 4 December.

Toni Duggan is the reigning Player of the Year, with Leah Williamson holding the Youth Player of the Year award.

Vauxhall England Player of the Year 2015

Karen Bardsley
Bardsley’s performances in the World Cup earned her two player of the match awards, in the wins over Norway and Germany, and a place in FIFA’s All-Star team post-tournament.

Steph Houghton
Houghton led by example as she helped guide England to a historic third-place finish at Canada 2015. One of her stand-out moments was the acrobatic goalline clearance against Germany in the bronze medal match. The 27-year-old was named in the FIFA All-Star team.

Fara Williams
With three successful penalties in Canada, Williams became the first Women’s player to score at three different World Cups. Her spot-kick against Germany clinched bronze for the Lionesses.

Lucy Bronze
Bronze was one of the star performers at the World Cup, winning rave reviews for her performances in both midfield and at right-back. The 23-year-old scored a stunning winner against Norway in the last-16.

Vauxhall Young England Player of the Year 2015

Alex Greenwood
Involved in every England squad this year, Greenwood was a key member of Mark Sampson’s World Cup squad, and provided the cross for Karen Carney’s goal against Mexico in the group stage.

Fran Kirby
Described by Sampson as a “Mini Messi”, Kirby shot to fame in Canada by breaking the deadlock against Mexico. She scored on her debut against Sweden and has gone on to net five times in 14 games.

Beth Mead
Sunderland striker Mead really caught the eye with 14 goals in her maiden season in FA WSL 1. Her scintillating form earned her a first call-up to the senior squad, for a round-robin tournament in China in October.

Jodie Brett
Chelsea midfielder Brett captained England in the U19 Euro finals in the summer and was named in UEFA’s team of the tournament.

By FA Staff