The Best FIFA Football Awards 2021 will be held as a virtual event from Zurich on January 17 next year.
FIFA's alternative to the Ballon d'Or has been held consecutively every year since 2017, with Cristiano Ronaldo scooping the first award as Best Men's Player.
Bayern Munich star Robert Lewandowski took that accolade for the 2020 awards and will be hoping his record-breaking efforts in the Bundesliga last season will be enough to defend that title.
Competition is likely to come from Liverpool's Mohamed Salah, who came third in 2018 and has enjoyed a remarkable start to 2021-22, while France duo Kylian Mbappe and Karim Benzema seem set to be in the running too. Ronaldo and Lionel Messi, of course, cannot be discounted.
The Best Men's Goalkeeper and Best Men's Coach are also up for grabs, as are the equivalent of all three awards for the women's game.
The FIFPRO Men's and Women's XIs will also be named.
With coronavirus cases around Europe still rising, FIFA has chosen to host the event virtually, rather than have attendees present.
A FIFA statement read: "The Best incorporates the views of the four pillars of the footballing world.
"The recipients of the trophies for the top players and coaches in both women's and men's football will be determined through a combined voting process involving the captains and head coaches of all national teams around the world, an online ballot of fans and submissions from a select group of more than 300 media representatives."
Voting will commence on November 22 and close on December 10.