Twitter is the place to be to follow the Women’s Football Awards 2018

On Friday night, the Women’s Football Awards will take place in London, hosted by the FA.

If you’re going to the gala, it promises to be a fantastic night. But it also appears as though the real place to be while the awards ceremony takes place is on Twitter.

The official Lionesses Twitter account – the England Women’s football team – will see Arsenal legend Alex Scott and freestyler Liv Cooke go behind the scenes and stream their evening live on the platform.

Meanwhile, the Women’s Super League’s official account will be hosting a question and answer session with Chelsea star and player of the year Fran Kirby.

Taking questions from those who get their queries in on Twitter, the England international will answer the public live over a stream from the awards ceremony.

Indeed, there was some good work from the Women’s Super League’s official account who promoted the event with the hashtag #AskFran and placed an image with a call to action making it easy for the public to get their questions in.

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