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Dutch Footballer of the Year

The title Dutch Footballer of the Year (Voetballer van het Jaar) has been awarded in the Netherlands since 1984. The award is determined by a poll of Dutch professional footballers playing in the First (Eredivisie) and Second (Eerste Divisie) leagues.

Until 1997, it was an annual award, afterwards the prize was rewarded at the end of the football season. In 2006, the award merged with the annual prize named Golden Shoe (Gouden Schoen), awarded since 1982 by the Dutch daily De Telegraaf and the Dutch football magazine Voetbal International.

Footballer of the Year

Dutch Footballer of the year Golden Shoe
Year Player Club Year Player Club
1982  Martin Haar (NED) HFC Haarlem
1983  Piet Schrijvers (NED) Ajax
1984  Ruud Gullit (NED) Feyenoord 1984  Johan Cruyff (NED) Feyenoord
1985  Marco van Basten (NED) Ajax 1985  Frank Rijkaard (NED) Ajax
1986  Ruud Gullit (NED) PSV 1986  Ruud Gullit (NED) PSV
1987  Ronald Koeman (NED) PSV 1987  Frank Rijkaard (NED) Ajax
1988  Ronald Koeman (NED) PSV 1988  Gerald Vanenburg (NED) PSV
1989  Romário (BRA) PSV 1989  Gerald Vanenburg (NED) PSV
1990  Edward Sturing (NED) Vitesse
1991  Dennis Bergkamp (NED) Ajax 1991  Hennie Meijer (NED) Groningen
1992  Dennis Bergkamp (NED) Ajax 1992  John Metgod (NED) Feyenoord
1993  Jari Litmanen (FIN) Ajax 1993  Marc Overmars (NED) Ajax
1994  Ronald de Boer (NED) Ajax 1994  Ed de Goey (NED) Feyenoord
1995  Luc Nilis (BEL) PSV 1995  Danny Blind (NED) Ajax
1996  Ronald de Boer (NED) Ajax 1996  Danny Blind (NED) Ajax
1997  Jaap Stam (NED) PSV 1997  Jaap Stam (NED) PSV
1998  Edwin van der Sar (NED) Ajax
1998–99  Ruud van Nistelrooy (NED) PSV 1999  Michael Mols (NED) Utrecht
1999–00  Ruud van Nistelrooy (NED) PSV 2000  Jerzy Dudek (POL) Feyenoord
2000–01  Mark van Bommel (NED) PSV 2001  Johann Vogel (SUI) PSV
2001–02  Pierre van Hooijdonk (NED) Feyenoord 2002  Cristian Chivu (ROM) Ajax
2002–03  Mateja Kezman (SER) PSV 2003  Dirk Kuyt (NED) Utrecht
2003–04  Maxwell (BRA) Ajax 2004  Maxwell (BRA) Ajax
2004–05  Mark van Bommel (NED) PSV 2005  Mark van Bommel (NED) PSV
Awards merged
  2005-06  Dirk Kuyt (NED) Feyenoord
2006-07  Afonso Alves (BRA) SC Heerenveen
2007-08  John Heitinga (NED) Ajax
2008-09  Mounir El Hamdaoui (MAR) AZ
2009-10  Luis Suárez (URU) Ajax
2010-11  Theo Janssen (NED) Twente
2011-12  Jan Vertonghen (BEL) Ajax
2012-13  Wilfried Bony (CIV) Vitesse

Dutch Football Talent of the Year (Young player)

The title Dutch Football Talent of the Year (Nederlands Voetbal Talent van het Jaar) has been awarded in the Netherlands since 1984 for footballers under 21. The award was replaced by the Johan Cruijff Prijs in 2003.

Dutch Football Talent of the Year
Year Player Club
1984  Mario Been (NED) Feyenoord
1985  Frans van Rooy (NED) PSV
1986  Aron Winter (NED) Ajax
1987  Bryan Roy (NED) Ajax
1988  Pieter Huistra (NED) Twente
1989  Richard Witschge (NED) Ajax
1990  Dennis Bergkamp (NED) Ajax
1991  Gaston Taument (NED) Feyenoord
1992  Marc Overmars (NED) Ajax
1993  Clarence Seedorf (NED) Ajax
1994  Clarence Seedorf (NED) Ajax
1995  Patrick Kluivert (NED) Ajax
1996  Jon Dahl Tomasson (DEN) Heerenveen
1997  Boudewijn Zenden (NED) PSV
1998–99  Mark van Bommel (NED) Fortuna Sittard
1999–00  Arnold Bruggink (NED) PSV
2000–01  Rafael van der Vaart (NED) Ajax
2001–02  Robin van Persie (NED) Feyenoord
2002–03  Arjen Robben (NED) PSV
2003–04  John Heitinga (NED) Ajax
Johan Cruijff Prijs
2002–03  Arjen Robben (NED) PSV
2003–04  Wesley Sneijder (NED) Ajax
2004–05  Salomon Kalou (CIV) Feyenoord
2005–06  Klaas-Jan Huntelaar (NED) Ajax
2006–07  Ibrahim Afellay (NED) PSV
2007–08  Miralem Sulejmani (SRB) Heerenveen
2008–09  Eljero Elia (NED) Twente
2009–10  Gregory van der Wiel (NED) Ajax
2010–11  Christian Eriksen (DEN) Ajax
2011–12  Adam Maher (NED) AZ
2012–13  Marco van Ginkel (NED) Vitesse

Dutch Football Goalkeeper of the Year

Dutch Goalkeeper of the year
Year Player Club
1987  Hans van Breukelen (NED) PSV
1988  Hans van Breukelen (NED) PSV
1989  Ruud Hesp (NED) Fortuna Sittard
1990  Stanley Menzo (NED) Ajax
1991  Hans van Breukelen (NED) PSV
1992  Hans van Breukelen (NED) PSV
1993  Ed de Goey (NED) Feyenoord
1994  Edwin van der Sar (NED) Ajax
1995  Edwin van der Sar (NED) Ajax
1996  Edwin van der Sar (NED) Ajax
1997  Edwin van der Sar (NED) Ajax
1998–99  Jerzy Dudek (POL) Feyenoord
1999–00  Jerzy Dudek (POL) Feyenoord
2000–01  Ronald Waterreus (NED) PSV
2001–02  Edwin Zoetebier (NED) Feyenoord
2002–03  Dennis Gentenaar (NED) NEC
2003–04  Gábor Babos (HUN) NAC Breda

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