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Swiss Footballer of the Year

The Swiss Footballer of the Year was a yearly award given to the top footballer based in Switzerland.

From the 1972-73 season until the 1997-98 season, the award was chosen by the now defunct Swiss newspaper 'Sport'. Since the original award could only be won by a Swiss national, there was also a Foreigner of the Year award from 1973-74 until 1997-98.

Previous winners

Season Player Club
1972–73 Switzerland Karl Odermatt
FC Basel
1973–74 Not held
1974–75 Switzerland Umberto Barberis
Grasshoppers
1975-76 Switzerland Köbi Kuhn
FC Zürich
1976–77 Switzerland Hansjörg Pfister
FC Servette
1977-78 Switzerland Rudolf Elsener
Grasshoppers
1978–79 Switzerland Umberto Barberis
Grasshoppers
1979–80 Switzerland Umberto Barberis
Grasshoppers
1980–81 Switzerland Heinz Lüdi
FC Zürich
1981–82 Switzerland Claudio Sulser
Grasshoppers
1982–83 Switzerland Lucien Favre
Servette FC
1983–84 Switzerland Heinz Hermann
Grasshoppers
1984–85 Switzerland Heinz Hermann/Switzerland Rolf Osterwalder
Grasshoppers/FC Aarau
1985–86 Switzerland Heinz Hermann
Neuchâtel Xamax
1986–87 Switzerland Heinz Hermann
Neuchâtel Xamax
1987–88 Switzerland Heinz Hermann
Neuchâtel Xamax
1988–89 Switzerland Peter Nadig
FC Luzern
1989–90 Switzerland Andy Egli
Grasshoppers
1990–91 Switzerland Adrian Knup
FC Luzern
1991–92 Switzerland Jean-Paul Brigger
FC Sion
1992–93 Switzerland Ciriaco Sforza
Grasshoppers
1993–94 Switzerland Thomas Bickel
Grasshoppers
1994–95 Switzerland Nestor Subiat
Grasshoppers
1995–96 Switzerland Kubilay Türkyilmaz
Grasshoppers
1996–97 Switzerland Kubilay Türkyilmaz
Grasshoppers
1997–98 Switzerland Kubilay Türkyilmaz
Grasshoppers

Foreigner of the Year

Season Player Club
1974–75 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Ilija Katić
FC Zürich
1975-76 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Ilija Katić
FC Zürich
1976–77 Denmark Eigil Nielsen
FC Basel
1977–78 England Martin Chivers
Servette FC
1978–79 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Jurica Jerković
FC Zürich
1979–80 Netherlands Piet Hamberg
Servette FC
1980–81 Netherlands Robert Kok
Lausanne Sports
1981–82 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Jurica Jerković
FC Zürich
1982–83 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Jurica Jerković
FC Zürich
1983–84 Argentina Raúl Nogués
La Chaux-de-Fonds
1984–85 Germany Charly Herberth
FC Aarau
1985–86 Denmark Lars Lunde
Young Boys Bern
1986–87 Sweden Robert Prytz
Young Boys Bern
1987–88 Denmark John Eriksen
Servette FC
1988–89 Germany Karl-Heinz Rummenigge
Servette FC
1989–90 Chile Ivan Zamorano
FC St. Gallen
1990–91 Netherlands Edwin Gorter
FC Lugano
1991–92 Russia Igor Dobrovolski
Servette FC
1992–93 Brazil Sonny Anderson
Servette FC
1993–94 Brazil Élber
Grasshoppers
1994–95 Bulgaria Petar Aleksandrov
Neuchâtel Xamax
1995–96 Romania Viorel Moldovan
Neuchâtel Xamax
1996–97 Romania Viorel Moldovan
Grasshoppers
1997–98 Shabani Nonda
FC Zürich

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