Chelsea captain John Terry is set to receive an award for his contribution to football at next month's London Football Awards.

The 35-year-old, who announced he is set to leave Chelsea this summer, will be presented with an award for his Outstanding Contribution to London Football at a ceremony in Battersea on March 3.

Terry will attend in person to receive the honour recognising the role he has played in Chelsea's success over the last decade.

Chelsea's female stars have been rewarded for their 2015 Women's Super League and FA Cup triumphs with three nominees for London Women's Player of the Year.

Number nine Eni Aluko, midfielder Katie Chapman and forward Fran Kirby were all nominated after a number of outstanding performances for Chelsea and England, who finished third at last summer's World Cup.

Meanwhile, former Chelsea shot-stopper, Petr Cech is in the running for London Goalkeeper of the Year after impressing with Arsenal.

Premier League Player of the Year

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Harry Kane (Tottenham)

Dimitri Payet (West Ham)

Willian (Chelsea)

Odion Ighalo (Watford)

Mesut Ozil (Arsenal)

London manager of the year

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Arsene Wenger (Arsenal)

Quique Sanchez Flores (Watford)

Slaven Bilic (West Ham)

Football League Player of the Year

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Moussa Dembele (Fulham)

Ross McCormack (Fulham)

Alan Judge (Brentford)

Jay Simpson (Leyton Orient)

Matt Phillips (QPR)

London Young Player of the Year (under-23)

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Dele Alli (Tottenham)

Eric Dier (Tottenham)

Hector Bellerin (Arsenal)

Ademola Lookman (Charlton Athletic)

Moussa Dembele (Fulham)

London Women's Player of the Year

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Eni Aluko (Chelsea)

Katie Chapman (Chelsea)

Fran Kirby (Chelsea)

Casey Stone (Arsenal)

Leah Williamson (Arsenal)

London Goalkeeper of the Year

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Adrian (West Ham)

Petr Cech (Arsenal)

Hugo Lloris (Tottenham)

Heurelho Gomes (Watford)

London Community Project of the Year

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Brentford - Deaf Sports Plus Project

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West Ham - Moore Family Foundation Project

Past winners to have attended the Awards are Arsene Wenger, Harry Kane, Aaron Ramsey, Ledley King and Roy Hodgson.

Players expected to attend the 2016 Awards include Arsenal: Lee Dixon; David Seaman; Bob Wilson; Alan Smith; Pat Rice; Chelsea: John Terry; Ray Wilkins; Pat Nevin; Fulham: George Cohen; Millwall: Marc Bircham: Tottenham: Harry Redknapp; Ossie Ardiles; Martin Chivers; Glenn Hoddle; Ledley King; Clive Allen; Cliff Jones; Gary Mabbutt; West Ham: Sir Geoff Hurst; Tony Cottee; Sir Trevor Booking; Wimbledon: Bobby Gould; England: Roy Hodgson.

Nominees and winners of the awards have been selected by an expert judging panel from the worlds of football and media, from former players to major footballing bodies, and sports media, including Sky Sports, The Times, Evening Standard and talkSPORT.

London Football Awards will raise much needed funds for Willow - a national charity that provides unique and positive Special Days for seriously ill 16 to 40 year olds. Willow was founded by former Arsenal goalkeeper and sports presenter, Bob Wilson and his wife, Megs and in memory of their daughter, Anna, who died of cancer aged just 31.

To date Willow has fulfilled more than 12,000 Special Days for young people living with life-threatening conditions such as cancer, cystic fibrosis, motor neurone disease, muscular dystrophy, organ failure and Huntington's Disease.

Standard tickets to the London Football Awards, including pre-dinner drinks and a three course meal, cost £200 per person. Tables of ten are available for £2,000, Premium tables cost £3,000 and Legend Tables (for ten guests plus a legend) cost £5,000.

For more information and booking visit or telephone Willow on 01707 259777.

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