Eni Aluko, one of the most successful and influential players in women’s football, is set to host the Women’s Football Awards in England. The awards, which will be held in London on the 5th of December, will honour the heroes of the game and celebrate the achievements of the past year.
Aluko, who has been a key figure in the growth of the women’s game in England, is a two-time FA Women’s Cup winner and a former England international. She has also been a vocal advocate for the development of the game, and has been a driving force behind the Women’s Super League.
The awards will recognise the achievements of players, coaches, clubs and volunteers who have made a significant contribution to the game. Aluko will be joined by a panel of judges, including former England internationals Rachel Yankey and Sue Smith, and former England manager Hope Powell.
The awards will be presented in a variety of categories, including Player of the Year, Manager of the Year, Club of the Year, and Volunteer of the Year. There will also be a special award for the most inspirational individual in the game.
Aluko said: “I am delighted to be hosting the Women’s Football Awards and to be able to celebrate the achievements of the past year. Women’s football has come a long way in a short space of time and it is important that we recognise the people who have made it possible.
“I am looking forward to meeting the nominees and hearing their stories. It is an honour to be part of this event and to be able to celebrate the heroes of the game.”
The awards will be broadcast live on the BBC and will be streamed online. It is expected to be a night of celebration and recognition for the heroes of the game.
Aluko is a fitting host for the awards, having been a key figure in the development of the women’s game in England. She has been a vocal advocate for the game and has been a driving force behind the Women’s Super League.
The awards will be a fitting tribute to the heroes of the game and a celebration of the achievements of the past year. It is sure to be a night to remember for all involved.