Vote for Your Vauxhall England Women’s Player of the Year 2017/18

The nominees for the Vauxhall England Player of the Year 2017/18 are Mille Bright, Fran Kirby, Nikita Parris, Demi Stokes and Ellen White.  Get voting for who you think deserves the accolade for their performances since the start of the season and the winner will be announced at the 20thannual FA Women’s Football Awards on Friday 1 June.

The ceremony will celebrate the very best of women’s football including grassroots, domestic and international football. Visit TheFA.com to vote for your Vauxhall England Player of the Year.

Millie Bright

Millie Bright has cemented herself as a key part of the Lionesses squad since her senior bow in the autumn of 2016. The defender played an integral role at this year’s SheBelieves Cup and ongoing 2019 World Cup qualifying campaign.

Fran Kirby 

Fran Kirby has certainly made up for lost time following her return from a year-long injury last June. Most recently, the diminutive No.10 started every game at the SheBelieves Cup, scoring against France in the process. The playmaker also netted against Bosnia and Herzegovina and Kazakhstan as the Lionesses look to qualify for next year’s World Cup in France.

Nikita Parris 

Nikita Parris has had a productive season in an England shirt, appearing five times for the Lionesses and bagging four goals in the process – including a brace in a 5-0 victory over Kazakhstan in 2019 World Cup qualifying.

Demi Stokes

Demi Stokes has become a mainstay of the Lionesses side. The talented left-sided full-back started all three games at the SheBelieves Cup and has now racked up 48 appearances.

Ellen White

Ellen White earned her 74thcap for the Lionesses last month. Her razor-sharp finishing secured a 2-2 draw against Germany in the SheBelieves Cup in March 2018.

Follow England as they continue their 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup qualifying campaign this summer. The Lionesses travel to Moscow on 8th June to face Russia, before facing Wales on 31st August and Kazakhstan on 4th September.

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