Pop icon Pixie Lott to headline 2024 Women’s Football Awards

The singer ‘can’t wait to help celebrate the amazing success of the Lionesses’ (Picture: Gavin Trafford)

Award-winning pop icon and singer songwriter Pixie Lott will perform a headline set at the 2024 Women’s Football Awards. 

The All About Tonight hitmaker will take centre stage at the glitzy ceremony in London later this month as famous faces from world football come together for a high-profile celebration of the sport. 

The Women’s Football Awards, sponsored by SHEIN and supported by Metro, will be held on 30 May with stars including Mary Earps, Sam Kerr and Lauren James shortlisted for awards.

Jamie Carragher and Eni Aluko return to host the flagship event, which sees some of the biggest names in women’s football recognised for outstanding achievements after a monumental year for women’s football.

Global online fashion, beauty and lifestyle retailer SHEIN has been announced as the 2024 headline partner, after supporting the inaugural ceremony in 2023.

Pixie Lott says: ‘I can’t wait to perform at the 2024 Women’s Football Awards and help celebrate the amazing success of the Lionesses and women’s footballers from across Europe. It is going to be a truly special evening and I feel privileged to be involved.’

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The 2024 awards will be hosted by former Lioness Eni Aluko and Sky Sports presenter Jamie Carragher. Eni Aluko, adds: ‘Pixie is fantastic and is set for a great performance at this year’s Women’s Football Awards. This event just keeps getting bigger and better. It is going to be another wonderful night.’

Nominees this year include the broadcaster Alex Scott, I’m A Celebrity star and former Lioness Jill Scott and England women’s team manager Sarina Wiegman. 

Football clubs including Chelsea, Manchester United, Manchester City and Liverpool FC Women are also in the running for top awards. 

Baroness Karren Brady, who is vice-chair of West Ham United, is also nominated in the Football Business Trailblazer category. 

Metro will be media partner for the awards for the second year, with former Lioness Eni Aluko and football legend and Sky Sports presenter Jamie Carragher as hosts for the ceremony.

At the inaugural awards, former England captain Carol Thomas was awarded a special recognition award from the Daily Mail and Metro, while broadcaster Karen Carney MBE won the Lifetime Achievement Award. 

Pixie Lott will help mark a monumental year for women’s football

Award categories this year also include Player of the Year, International Football Player of the Year, Club of the Year, Grassroots Initiative of the Year, Lifetime Achievement as well as a series of accolades for people and brands working behind the scenes to expand the reach of women’s football.

A Women’s Football Awards spokesperson added: ‘The Women’s Football Awards is the biggest celebration of women’s football in Europe and the team is working flat out behind the scenes to create a truly special and memorable event. Pixie is a marvellous performer and will really get the celebrations started.’

The 2024 Women’s Football Awards is being backed  by some of the biggest organisations in the world including SHEIN, VISA, Snapdragon and the Premier League who are coming together to really shine a light on the growth and success of the women’s game. 

Full 2024 Women’s Football Awards shortlist

Player of the Year sponsored by Snapdragon

Mary Earps (Manchester United)

Sam Kerr (Chelsea)

Lauren James (Chelsea) 

Katie McCabe (Arsenal)

Millie Bright (Chelsea)

Frida Maanum (Arsenal)

Jess Carter (Chelsea)

Nikita Parris (Manchester United)

Bunny Shaw (Manchester City)

Guro Reiten (Chelsea)

International Football Player of the Year sponsored by Linklaters

Lucy Bronze (Barcelona)

Georgia Stanway (Bayern Munich)

Aitana Bonmati (Barcelona)

Salma Paralluelo (Barcelona) 

Fridolina Rolfo (Barcelona)

Lena Oberdorf (Wolfsburg)

Wendie Renard (Lyon)

Ewa Pajor (Wolfsburg)

Jenni Hermoso (Tigres)

Kadidiatou Diani (Lyon)

Young Football Player of the Year sponsored by Nutriburst

Khiara Keating (Manchester City)

Grace Clinton (Manchester United)

Laura Blindkilde-Brown (Aston Villa)

Aggie Beever-Jones (Chelsea)

Kyra Cooney-Cross (Arsenal)

Maya Le Tissier (Manchester United)

Mary Fowler (Manchester City) 

Jessica Naz (Tottenham Hotspur)

Naomi Layzell (Bristol City)

Elisabeth Terland (Brighton and Hove Albion)

Manager or Coach of the Year

Emma Hayes (Chelsea)

Sarina Wiegman (England) 

Darren Carter (Birmingham)

Marc Skinner (Manchester United)

Leanne Ross (Glasgow City)

Matt Beard (Liverpool)

Steven Dale (Wrexham)

Jonas Eidevall (Arsenal)

Jo Potter (Rangers)

Gareth Taylor (Manchester City)

2023 World Cup Hero of the Year sponsored by Visa

Mary Earps (England)

Amanda Ilestedt (Sweden)

Aitana Bonmati (Spain)

Linda Caicedo (Colombia)

Lauren Hemp (England)

Olga Carmona (Spain)

Jill Roord (Holland)

Millie Bright (England)

Steph Catley (Australia)

Yui Hasegawa (Japan)

Grassroots Initiative of the Year sponsored by FootballCo

Kick On with Starling Bank

UEFA Playmakers inspired by Disney

Weymouth Women

McDonald’s Fun Football Programme

Scottish Power Youth Challenge Cup

MSB Woolton FC

Chelsea Foundation Nothing Stops Us Festival

Fulham FC Sister Club Programme

Keira Walsh Rochdale Girls Development Centre

Beyond the Ball

Best Club of the Year

Arsenal

Liverpool

Chelsea 

Manchester United

Southampton

Wrexham 

Manchester City

Lewes Women

Brighton & Hove Albion

Tottenham Hotspur

Brand of the Year 

Puma

Starling Bank

Three Mobile

Coca-Cola

eToro

Scottish Power

Adidas 

Barclays

Xero

Unilever

Women’s Football Champion of the Year sponsored by Panini

Natasha Dowie

Vic Akers 

Alex Scott 

Yvonne Harrison

Barbara Charone 

Rachel Yankey 

Fara Williams 

Jacqui Oatley

Michele Kang

Dame Sarai Bareman

Women’s Football Broadcaster or Journalist of the Year sponsored by RW Invest

Rachel Brown-Finnis

Lucy Ward

Laura Woods

Kate Abdo

Charlotte Harpur

Alex Scott 

Reshmin Chowdhury

Emma Jones

Lianne Sanderson

Sirayah Shiraz

Off the Pitch Award sponsored by Standard Chartered

Laura McAllister

Ellie Cross

Katie Gritt

Donna-Maria Cullen

Fran Kirby

Nikki Doucet

Lola Ogunbote

Rida Mohammad

Leigh Nicol

Dawn Airey

Equality, Diversity & Inclusion Award sponsored by Premier League  

Her Game Too

Sky Sports + Women in Football

Arnold Clark

Barclays Community Football Fund

Everton – Equality Shirt

Arsenal – South Asian Pathway

eToro + West Ham United

Standard Chartered + Liverpool FC

Tottenham Hotspur – Girls Elite Programme

Hyundai – Goal of the Century

Outstanding Corporate Social Responsibility Award

Xero

Cadbury

Euronics 

Sports Direct

McDonald’s

Evelyn Partners 

Premier League 

Relo Metrics 

Mills & Reeve

Moore Kingston Smith

Best Breakthrough Business 

Sedulo 

Lawrence Stephens Sports Team

Scottish Power 

Rept Sports

Livescore

Livida Sport Ltd 

Skoda

Gravity Media 

Il Makiage

Joie

Marketing Campaign of the Year sponsored by BioWaveGo

Panini

Johnnie Walker

Pepsi Max

Visa

Asahi

Google + Megan Rapinoe

Barclays

Sure

Sky Sports

Gillette

Football Business of the Year 

Tongue Tied Management

Match Fit Sports

TNT Sport

Wasserman

Triple S Sport

A&V Sports Group

Arete

EA Sports 

CAA Sports

Entain

Best Social Media Campaign

Adobe (Women’s FA Cup)

Bluebella (Strong is Beautiful)

FIFA (Women’s World Cup)

Unilever + TikTok

Cisco (Helping Women Kick Goals)

Google + The Athletic (My Game in my Words)

Lionesses (The FA)

Adidas (Play Until They Can’t Look Away)

Heineken Social Swap

Burnley Football Club

Best Fan Engagement Award sponsored by TikTok

Manchester United

WSL Collective

Transport for London (Lioness Line)

Just Eat (The Queen’s Header)

GirlsOnTheBall

Expedia + Liverpool FC

Hyundai + Common Goal

Versus + Glamour UK

Brighton & Hove Albion (American Express)

EA Sports (EA FC 24 Women)

Game Changer Award 

Rebecca Welch

Natalie Portman

Jill Scott

Debbie Hewitt

Rafaela Pimenta 

Nouhaila Benzina

Kelly Simmons 

Hannah Dingley

Victoire Cogevina Reynal

Gillian Coulthard

Football Business Trailblazer

Christina Taylor

Anna Deignan

Sharon Brittain

Paul Barber

Georgie Hodge

Karren Brady

Susan Whelan 

Catherine Forshaw

Preeti Shetty

Zarah Al-Kudcy

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