The annual French UNFP Awards are almost here, and this year's nominees have been revealed for the upcoming ceremony to be held in just a few days.
Mere hours after the D1 Arkema Awards were handed out, where 5 Parisannes were triumphant, PSG Feminine now have another set of nominees ready to contend for more accolades and trophies as they got nominated for the UNFP Awards by the French federation.
Player of the Season
Kadidiatou Diani (PSG), Grace Geyoro (PSG), Delphine Cascarino (Lyon), Melchie Dumornay (Reims), Rosemonde Kouassi (Fleury)
Goalkeeper of the Season
Constance Picaud (PSG), Christiane Endler (Lyon), Chiamaka Nnadozie (Paris FC), Laetitia Phiippe (Le Havre), Manon Hail (Fleury)
Best Young Player
Laurina Fazer (PSG), Melchie Dumornay (Reims), Airine Fontaine (Fleury), Vicki Becho (Lyon), Alice Sombath (Lyon)
Kadidiatou Diani and Grace Geyoro have already won two awards each due to their efforts this season.
Diani was named Best Player of the Season in the D1 gala, and she was also chosen in the Best XI. For her part, Geyoro was also included in the Best XI of the season while also winning the Player of the Month for April.
This is Constance Picaud's first time being nominated for an award this season after PSG had no goalkeepers nominated for the D1 Arkema Awards. Picaud will be representing the team for the UNFP Awards ceremony, though.
Laurina Fazer is once again nominated for the Best Young Player award after she got the nomination in the D1 gala but ultimately failed to get the trophy, losing out to Melchie Dumornay.
The ceremony takes place on May 28th, just days after the end of the D1 Arkema season and days before the end of the Ligue 1 campaign.
By that time, we'll already know if Paris Saint-Germain Feminine will be league winners for the second time in their history or if Lyon will take another title from them this season, as the two teams still have to face each other in a highly anticipated season-decider scheduled for May 21st.
PSG's men's side nominations have already been released, and you can get all of the information about that here as we covered at PSG Post earlier this week.