SWF hosted the 2023 annual Women’s Football Awards on Saturday 25th November at Hampden Park in Glasgow, sponsored by Principal Partner ScottishPower.

This annual celebration of the women’s and girls’ game in Scotland shone a spotlight on success and recognise achievement both on and off the pitch.

Shortlisted by supporters and awarded by a select judging panel, these prestigious awards culminated in a showpiece event in front of a star-studded audience at the national stadium.

Read about who won here


The full shortlist:

Volunteer of the Year: Scott Duncan (Dyce) Laura Duncan (Buckie Ladies) Niomi McConnell (Easterhouse) Brady Hutchison & Gary Cother (Annan)


SWF’s SWPL1 Player of the Year: Lauren Davidson (Glasgow City), Brogan Hay (Rangers), Emma Watson (Rangers/Manchester United), Caitlin Hayes (Celtic)


SWF’s SWPL2 Player of the Year: Louise Brown (Montrose), Abby Callaghan (Queen’s Park), Charlotte Gammie (Montrose), Ami Robertson (Gartcairn /Queen’s Park)


SWF’s SWPL Coach of the Year: Fran Alonso (Celtic), Craig Feroz (Montrose), Eva Olid (Hearts), Leanne Ross (Glasgow City)


Championship Player of the Year: Clare Docherty (Ayr United), Natasha Frew (Livingston), Emma Donnelly (Renfrew), Francesca Millar (Morton)


League One Player of the Year: Kayleigh Traynor (Westdyke), Deborah McLeod (Edinburgh City/ Boroughmuir), Lauren Shaw (Falkirk), Natalie Brown (Edinburgh Caledonia)


Championship & League One Coach of the Year: Andy Enwood (Edinburgh City/Boroughmuir), Jonathan Watt (Westdyke), Paul Jaconelli (Livingston), Julie McSherry (Rossvale)


SWFL Player of the Year: Charlotte Smith (Queen of the South), Rhian Williams (Annan Athletic), Rose Thomson (Edinburgh South), Claire Rae (Harmony Row/Renfrew Ladies)

SWFL Coach of the Year: Gail Murphy (Harmony Row), Louise Cardno (Buchan), Jamie Carter (Bonnyrigg Rose), Ross Meechan (Queen of the South)


Highlands & Islands Player of the Year: Franci Hutchison (Sutherland Ladies), Lisa Mason (Nairn St Ninian), Sophia Golebiewski (Buckie Ladies), Carly Erridge (Caithness)


Youth Team of the Year: Hearts U16s NAP, Glasgow Girls U16s, Musselburgh U18s, Dunfermline Athletic 14s Whites


Youth Player of the Year: Erin & Jessica Husband (Hearts 16s NAP), Niamh McCulloch (Hamilton Accies 14s NAP), Skye Stout (Glasgow Girls 16s), Ellie Anderson (Inverness Caledonian Thistle)


Youth Coach of the Year: Nichola Greig (nee Sturrock) (Hearts U16s NAP), Sam Windram (Musselburgh Windsor 16s & 18s), Paul Dorian (Glasgow Girls 16s), Alex Gray (Milngavie Girls U10s)


International Player of the Year: Caroline Weir, Rachel Corsie, Martha Thomas, Lee Gibson


ScottishPower Sustainable Club of the Year: Buckie Ladies, Busby Girls, Shetland Girls, Dryburgh Athletic


Kat Lindner Award for Outstanding Athletic and Academic Achievement: Charlotte Parker-Smith (Heart of Midlothian), Eva Ralston (Stenhousemuir), Brogan Anderson (Livingston), Samantha Windram (Musselburgh Windsor)

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