The six players from the 23-man shortlist with the most combined votes from the public and the Premier League panel will enter the Hall of Fame.
To be eligible for the Premier League Hall of Fame this year, players must have been retired as of 1 August 2020, and only a player’s Premier League career is considered in his candidacy.
Fans must vote for exactly six players in the Premier League Hall of Fame. Voting will close on 9 May.
|Eric Cantona||LEE, MUN|
|Matthew Le Tissier||SOU|
|Ian Wright||ARS, WHU|
|Peter Schmeichel||MUN, AVL, MCI|
|Roy Keane||NFO, MUN|
|Les Ferdinand||QPR, NEW, TOT, WHU, LEI, BOL|
|Sol Campbell||TOT, ARS, POR, NEW|
|Andrew Cole||NEW, MUN, BLB, FUL, MCI, POR, SUN|
|Robbie Fowler||LIV, LEE, MCI, BLB|
|Frank Lampard||WHU, CHE, MCI|
|Rio Ferdinand||WHU, LEE, MUN, QPR|
|Patrick Vieira||ARS, MCI|
|Michael Owen||LIV, NEW, MUN, STK|
|Ashley Cole||ARS, CHE|
|Robin van Persie||ARS, MUN|
Each inductee will receive a personalised medallion, engraved with the year of their induction.
The Premier League Hall of Fame lives online, with a dedicated content hub on the Premier League website and app.
Part 1: Shearer and Henry inducted into Hall of Fame
Part 2: Shearer: I never thought I would be the record goalscorer
Part 3: Henry: I wanted to elevate the forward position
Part 5: Hall of Fame broadcast reveals nominees for 2021