Sheffield United duo David McGoldrick and Enda Stevens, and Fleetwood Town midfielder Glenn Whelan, are in the running for the FAI Senior Men's International Player of the Year award.
The awards, for 2019, were postponed from earlier this year and the ceremony won't take place due to social distancing protocols.
Katie McCabe, Denise O’Sullivan, and Louise Quinn are shortlisted for the top women's award, while Alan Browne, Josh Cullen, and Callum Robinson are up for the Young International Player of the Year prize.
The 'Three' International Goal of the Year award will be contested between Conor Hourihane, for his free-kick winner against Georgia, and two U21 stars for goals against Sweden, Lee O’Connor and Troy Parrott.
O’Connor is also up for the U21 award, along with Brighton's Aaron Connolly and West Brom's Dara O’Shea, and the U19 award.
Shamrock Rovers' Jack Byrne and Dundalk duo Sean Gannon and Chris Shields are nominated for SSE Airtricity League Player of the Year.
The winners will be announced next week, along with the 'Hall of Fame' and 'Special Merit' recipients.
Conor Hourihane v Georgia
Lee O’Connor v Sweden
Troy Parrott v Sweden
Aoife Cronin (Scoil Pól, Kilfinane)
Ellen Molloy (Presentation Secondary School, Kilkenny)
Jessie Stapleton (Palmerstown Community School)
Jack Byrne (Shamrock Rovers)
Sean Gannon (Dundalk)
Chris Shields (Dundalk)
Alan McGreal (Crumlin United)
Dave O’Leary (Avondale United)
Conor Tourish (Letterkenny Rovers)
Jordan Buckley (Usher Celtic)
Sean Guerins (St Michaels)
Kieran McDaid (Buncrana Hearts)
Dean Kelly (IT Carlow)
Maurice Nugent (NUI Galway)
Rob Slevin (University College Cork)
Brandon Bermingham (St Mary’s Diocesan School, Drogheda)
Josh Honohan (St Francis College, Rochestown)
Niall O’Keefe (De La Salle College, Wateford)
Laurence Bryan (Street League)
Thomas Donogher (Powerchair)
Dillon Sheridan (Cerebral Palsy)