Nnadozie’s exceptional performances for Paris FC during the 2023/24 season earned her this recognition.

The Nigerian international triumphed over tough competition, including Olympique Lyon’s Christiane Endler, PSG’s Katarzyna Kiedrzynek, FC Fleury’s Chloe N’Gazi, and Stade de Reims’ Kinga Szemik, to claim this prestigious award.

This adds to Nnadozie’s recent achievement of being named the best goalkeeper in the French D1 Arkema (women’s league) last month.


Nnadozie’s prowess in saving penalties, in particular, has solidified her reputation as one of the world’s top goalkeepers.

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She made seven penalty saves this season, the highest among all goalkeepers in Europe.

Since her move to France in 2020, the 23-year-old has established herself as one of Europe’s finest goalkeepers.

She holds the record for the most penalty saves among elite goalkeepers in both men’s and women’s top European leagues since the beginning of the 2023/24 season.


In addition to her two penalty saves in the league, Nnadozie made five crucial saves in her club’s impressive Women’s Champions League campaign.