FIFA The Best Football awards 2019: How and where to watch - times, TV, online
All the information on how, where and when to watch the 2019 edition of the FIFA The Best Awards staged in Milan with a 20:30 CEST start on September 23rd.
What time does the 2019 FIFA The Best award ceremony start?
The annual FIFA The Best ceremony will be staged on Monday September 23rd in Milan with proceedings commencing at 20:30 CEST.
Follow minute by minute live coverage from Milan: The Best 2019 Awards live.
What awards will be presented?
The Best FIFA Men's Player:
- Cristiano Ronaldo, Portugal/Juventus
- Lionel Messi, Argentina/Barcelona
- Virgil van Dijk, Netherlands/Liverpool
The Best FIFA Women's Player:
- Lucy Bronze, England/Olympique Lyonnais Feminin
- Alex Morgan, USA/Orlando Pride
- Megan Rapinoe, USA/Reign FC
The Best FIFA Men's Coach:
- Pep Guardiola, Spain/Manchester City
- Jurgen Klopp, Germany/Liverpool
- Mauricio Pochettino, Argentina/Tottenham Hotspur
The Best FIFA Women's Coach:
- Jill Ellis, USA national team
- Phil Neville, England national team
- Sarina Wiegman, Netherlands
The Best FIFA Men's Goalkeeper:
- Alisson Becker, Brazil/Liverpool
- Ederson, Brazil/Manchester City
- Marc-Andre ter Stegen, Germany/Barcelona
The Best FIFA Women's Goalkeeper
- Christiane Endler, Chile/Paris Saint-Germain
- Hedvig Lindahl, Sweden/Chelsea/VfL Wolfsburg
- Sari van Veenendaal, Netherlands/Arsenal/Atlético Madrid
FIFA Puskas Award: (Best goal)
- Lionel Messi (Argentina): Real Betis v. FC Barcelona (La Liga,17 March 2019)
- Juan Fernando Quintero (Colombia): River Plate v. Racing Club (Superliga Argentina, 10 February 2019)
- Daniel Zsori (Hungary): Debrecen FC v Ferencvaros TC (Hungarian First Division, 16 February 2019)
Where can I watch the 2019 FIFA The Best awards?
The awards ceremony will be broadcast live via the official FIFA You Tube channel with a simultaneous broadcast via the FIFA Facebook page. It will also be broadcast in the UK via Sky.
United Kingdom: SKY GO.
AS English live coverage
You can also follow all the action right here on AS English, with our inimitable minute-by-minute live coverage of the ceremony with Will on hand to bring you all the excitement and glamour from Milan.
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