The winners from the 21st annual FA Women’s Football Awards

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The 21st annual FA Women’s Football Awards were held last night at St. George’s Park, the home of England teams. The ceremony celebrated the very best of the women’s game including grassroots, domestic and international football.

Here is the full list of winners: 
Unsung Hero - Sue Henson Green & Steve Shipway
Special Award - Patricia Gregory & Peter Hough
Best Football Development Initiative in Women's and Girls' Football – Blackburn Rovers Community Trust 

The FA Women's National League Manager of the Year – Gemma Donnelly

The FA Women's Super League Goal of the Year – Beth Mead [Arsenal]
The FA Women's Super League Save of the Year - Megan Walsh [Yeovil Town] 

Players' Player of the Year
The FA Women's Super League – Sophie Baggaley [Bristol City]
The FA Women's Championship – Kit Graham [Charlton Athletic]
The FA Women's National League Premier Division - Keira Ramshaw [Sunderland]
The FA Women's National League Division One - Leah Embley [Burnley]

Club of the Year
The FA Women's Super League – Manchester City
The FA Women's Championship – Manchester United
The FA Women's National League – Coventry United

Top Goal Scorer
The FA Women's Super League – Vivianne Miedema [Arsenal]
The FA Women's Championship – Jessica Sigsworth [Manchester United]
The FA Women's National League Northern Premier Division – Saffron Jordan [Blackburn Rovers]

Women's Football

The FA Women's National League Southern Premier Division – Emily Allen [Oxford United]
The FA Women's National League Division One South West – Kerry Bartlett [Keynsham Town]
The FA Women's National League Division One South East – Alessandra Barreca [Actonian Ladies]

The FA Women's National League One Midlands – Jade Cross [Wolverhampton Wanderers]
The FA Women's National League Division One North – Bianca Owens [Norton & Stockton Ancients]

Baroness Sue Campbell, Director of Women’s Football at The FA, said: “It is such a joy to be able to celebrate this evening’s FA Women’s Football Awards after such an incredible year of football, right from grassroots to elite level. The awards tonight have given us the opportunity to reflect and celebrate everything that has been achieved in women’s football this season.

As the World Cup looms and the Lionesses prepare to head to France this summer it has been a year of great excitement in the women’s game. This evening has given us the opportunity to thank all the clubs, players and facilitators who have ensured another great year of progress and development.”

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