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Revealed: 2023/24 Fan Team of the Season

28 May 2024
Fan Team of the Season

After you chose the players, see who's made the best XI from a thrilling campaign

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It is time to reveal who has made the 2023/24 Fan Team of the Season!

Fans from across the world were invited to select a best XI from a shortlist of 60 players, with one goalkeeper, two full-backs, two central defenders, two central midfielders, two attacking midfielders and two strikers.

The players who received the most votes from the public in their respective positions, limited to a maximum of four players per club, form this star-studded line-up.

Champions Manchester City and runners-up Arsenal each have four players in the Fan Team of the Season, which also features players from three other clubs.

Fan Team of the Season line-up

David Raya (Arsenal)
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Raya was a crucial figure in Arsenal's title challenge in his first season at the club after joining on loan from Brentford. Despite missing six matches, his 16 clean sheets were the most of any goalkeeper this season as he won the Castrol Golden Glove award, becoming only the third Arsenal 'keeper to earn the prize.

Ben White (Arsenal)
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Right-back White has been instrumental not only in Arsenal keeping the most clean sheets this season, but also their goal threat, working in tandem with Martin Odegaard and Bukayo Saka to give opponents nightmares down the Gunners' right flank. 

William Saliba (Arsenal)
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The Frenchman's availability this season was a crucial part of Arsenal's title challenge as he played in every league match of 2023/24. Saliba's calming presence at the back was vital in the run-in, with the Gunners losing only one match in 2024, a 2-0 home defeat to Aston Villa.

Gabriel (Arsenal)
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Gabriel produced dominant displays this season as forwards rarely got the better of Arsenal's Brazilian. In addition to keeping 15 clean sheets, he was a major contributor to the Gunners' threat from set-pieces, scoring four times in 2023/24.

Trent Alexander-Arnold (Liverpool)
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Yet again Alexander-Arnold wowed fans with his keen eye for a pass and his ability to create gilt-edged goalscoring opportunities. He ended the season with four assists, while he also scored three goals, including a dramatic late winner in a 4-3 win over Fulham last December.

Cole Palmer (Chelsea)
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Aged just 21 until the start of this month, the youngster made a stunning impact as he left Man City and quickly became the main man at Chelsea. His intelligent positioning and ability to play in his team-mates alongside his clinical finishing led him to 33 goal involvements. Only Castrol Golden Boot winner Erling Haaland scored more goals, while he was only beaten to the Castrol Playmaker award by Ollie Watkins

Kevin De Bruyne (Man City)
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The Belgian returned from injury and was integral in leading Man City through their run to the title, all while not losing a single league match and racking up 14 goal involvements. He served as the connector to Erling Haaland and played beside Phil Foden effortlessly. 

Rodri (Man City)
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Rodri has gained a reputation for being a defensive mastermind, but he is much more than that. His eight goals in 2023/24 is one better than his previous best tally, thanks to a greater freedom to make late runs into the box. An example of this came when he netted against West Ham United on the final day of the season.

Phil Foden (Man City)
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The EA SPORTS Player of the Season was the key catalyst in Man City winning a historic fourth successive title and their sixth in seven seasons. Foden became a mainstay in Pep Guardiola's side, with the 24-year-old given more freedom and responsibility as he punished opposition defences to great effect with an impressive 19 goals.

Ollie Watkins (Aston Villa)
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Without any penalties, Watkins hit 19 goals while also claiming the Playmaker award, with 13 assists. He was the spearhead of Villa's success in qualifying for the UEFA Champions League.

Erling Haaland (Man City)
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In his second season in the Premier League, Haaland retained the Golden Boot, scoring 27 goals in 31 matches, and became a title-winner again, helping Man City to lift the trophy for the fourth time in a row.

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