The voting for the award will close on 3rd February.

The FIFA Best Woman’s Goalkeeper Award will be given to the players who have collected the most trophies and kept the most clean sheets in a season. The following list of these three players makes them the favourites to win FIFA’s best goalkeeper award. The Olympique Lyon women’s team could receive the most awards, though, as they won the Champions League by defeating Barcelona in the final. The event will offer medals to both men and women for their accomplishments.

Since the English women’s team won the European Championship, they also have a chance to earn accolades. Below, We predict which of these three will be named the best goalkeeper.

Christiane Endler (Chile / Olympique Lyonnais)

In helping her team win the Champions League, Christiane Endler was able to keep Barcelona from scoring a lot of goals in the championship game. She started every game in the competition, faced a total of 18 shots on goal, and only allowed six goals while recording 66.75% saves per game and a 43.5% clean sheet rate. Although Endler has a stellar record for the 2022 season, she will face opposition from Sandra Panos and Mary Earps.

Mary Earps – (England/ Manchester United)

Earps’ statistics show how important she was in getting England to the 2022 Euro. She played in every game for England and Manchester United and had a 79.3 save percentage in all competitions. She is one of the favourites to win the award alongside Endler because both players had a fantastic season and will be hoping to win the first-ever Women’s Goalkeeper Award.

Sandra Panos García-Villamil (Spain / FC Barcelona)

After Barcelona won the 2021–22 Champions League, Panos was one of the nominees for the Ballon d’Or award. This season, Barcelona reached their second straight final but lost to Olympique Lyon. She is one of the favourites to win FIFA’s award for best goalkeeper and has already won the Champions League goalkeeper of the season in 2021–2022.

The 30-year-old produced 45.5 successful saves per game while playing in four Champions League games, which equates to 1.50 goals allowed per 90 minutes. She doesn’t seem to have a good argument, but there is a chance because Barcelona has been great this year and has allowed the fewest goals.

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