The Real Madrid captain has lost his place in Los Blancos' first team this year but is still in the running for the annual XI alongside the likes of Manuel Neuer
The Spain skipper has endured a frustrating time over the last 12 months, losing his place in Los Blancos' first team to Diego Lopez after suffering a hand injury in January.
Casillas has not made an appearance in La Liga for the club since, though he has featured under Carlo Ancelotti in the Champions League and for Spain at the Confederations Cup.
Meanwhile, his rival for the No.1 jersey with the world champions, Barcelona's Victor Valdes, is also among the nominees, alongside Manuel Neuer, who led Bayern Munich to the treble last term.
Petr Cech of Europa League winners Chelsea and Gianluigi Buffon, who captained Juventus to a second straight Serie A title, complete the field.
Last term, an all-Primera Division XI was named, with only Atletico Madrid's Radamel Falcao coming from outside the Real Madrid and Barcelona squads and Casillas in goal.
The 55-strong shortlist for the Fifa/Fifpro XI will be revealed on December 9.