Fans had up until 18:00 BST on Sunday 9 May to help decide which six former players will join inaugural inductees Alan Shearer and Thierry Henry in the Premier League Hall of Fame.
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.
See: Premier League 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.
|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.
Follow @premierleague and #PLHallOfFame on social media for further details.
See: Premier League Hall of Fame nominees
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