32nd UNFP Trophies ceremony celebrates French Football Excellence

This Monday evening, the 32nd UNFP Trophies ceremony took place at the Pavillon d’Armenonville in Paris. This ceremony honors the best players, coaches, goalkeepers, and prospects from Ligue 1 and Ligue 2, not forgetting the women’s championship.

 Like every year, the UNFP Trophies evening promises beautiful moments of emotion and celebration for players.

French football experienced a gala evening with the UNFP Trophies ceremony on Monday.

This significant event marks the end of the season and rewards the best players and coaches from the French championships.

Several categories will be highlighted for Ligue 1, notably the title of best player.

Awards for best goalkeeper, best prospect, best coach, team of the year, and best goal will also be presented.

Ligue 2 and the D1 Arkema, the women’s championship, will also receive similar awards for the most deserving players.

Finally, a special category will reward the best French players playing abroad.

Warren Zaïre-Emery, a player from Paris Saint-Germain, was awarded the prestigious title of Best Young Player of the Season.

The promising player beat strong competition, including Leny Yoro from Lille and Rayan Cherki from Lyon, to win the trophy.

«It’s an honor to be here among you. I am very happy to have received this trophy. It shows the hard work I put in every day. I want to thank my family, my teammates who are always there for me, and the coach who gives me his trust», said the young prospect on Prime Video’s microphone.



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