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UEFA Club Football Awards

The UEFA Club Football Awards were awards given by UEFA to the most outstanding performers of the European club football season. The awards were presented in August each year at a special gala in Monaco ahead of the UEFA Super Cup. Since 2005, the awards were presented at the UEFA Champions League draw. Inter Milan is the only team whose players won all of the available awards in the same season (2009–10 season). UEFA stopped giving out the awards after the 2009/10 season. For the 2010–11 season, it was replaced by the newly formed UEFA Best Player in Europe Award.

Award categories

UEFA Club Footballer of the Year

Best Goalkeeper

Oliver Kahn, who won this award four times consecutively while with Bayern Munich
*Bold notes a player that won the UEFA Club Footballer Of The Year award the same year.
Season Name Club
1997–98 Bodo Illgner Real Madrid
1998–99 Peter Schmeichel Manchester United
1999–00 Iker Casillas Real Madrid
2000–01 Oliver Kahn Bayern Munich
2001–02 César Sánchez Real Madrid
2002–03 Dida Milan
2003–04 Vítor Baía Porto
2004–05 Jerzy Dudek Liverpool
2005–06 Víctor Valdés Barcelona
2006–07 Dida Milan
2007–08 Edwin van der Sar Manchester United
2008–09 Víctor Valdés Barcelona
2009–10 Júlio César Inter Milan

By country

Country Players
 Spain 3
 Brazil 2
 Germany 2
 Denmark 1
 Netherlands 1
 Portugal 1
 Poland 1

By club

Club Players
Real Madrid 3
Manchester United 2
Milan 1
Barcelona 1
Inter Milan 1
Bayern Munich 1
Porto 1
Liverpool 1

Best Defender

John Terry, the only three time winner of the award as a defender, doing so with Chelsea
*Bold notes a player that won the UEFA Club Footballer Of The Year award the same year.
Season Name Club
1997–98 Fernando Hierro Real Madrid
1998–99 Jaap Stam Manchester United
1999–00 Jaap Stam Manchester United
2000–01 Roberto Ayala Valencia
2001–02 Roberto Carlos Real Madrid
2002–03 Roberto Carlos Real Madrid
2003–04 Ricardo Carvalho Porto
2004–05 John Terry Chelsea
2005–06 Carles Puyol Barcelona
2006–07 Paolo Maldini Milan
2007–08 John Terry Chelsea
2008–09 John Terry Chelsea
2009–10 Maicon Inter Milan

By country

Country Players
 Brazil 3
 England 3
 Spain 2
 Netherlands 2
 Argentina 1
 Italy 1
 Portugal 1

By club

Club Players
Real Madrid 3
Chelsea 3
Manchester United 2
Barcelona 1
Milan 1
Inter Milan 1
Porto 1
Valencia 1

Best Midfielder

Deco, who won this award twice, once with Porto and once with Barcelona
Mendieta, only player who won the award in two consecutive years, both as a Valencia CF player.
*Bold notes a player that also won the UEFA Club Footballer Of The Year award the same year.
Season Name Club
1997–98 Zinedine Zidane Juventus
1998–99 David Beckham Manchester United
1999–00 Gaizka Mendieta Valencia
2000–01 Gaizka Mendieta Valencia
2001–02 Michael Ballack Bayer Leverkusen
2002–03 Pavel Nedvěd Juventus
2003–04 Deco Porto
2004–05 Kaká Milan
2005–06 Deco Barcelona
2006–07 Clarence Seedorf Milan
2007–08 Frank Lampard Chelsea
2008–09 Xavi Hernández Barcelona
2009–10 Wesley Sneijder Inter Milan

By country

Country Players
 Spain 3
 England 2
 Netherlands 2
 Portugal 2
 Brazil 1
 France 1
 Germany 1
 Czech Republic 1

By club

Club Players
Milan 2
Juventus 2
Valencia 2
Barcelona 2
Inter Milan 1
Chelsea 1
Manchester United 1
Bayer Leverkusen 1
Porto 1

Best Forward

Raúl, the only player who have won this award 3 times, each time with Real Madrid.
*Bold notes a player that won the UEFA Club Footballer Of The Year award the same year.
Season Name Club
1997–98 Ronaldo Inter Milan
1998–99 Andriy Shevchenko Dynamo Kyiv
1999–00 Raúl Real Madrid
2000–01 Raúl Real Madrid
2001–02 Raúl Real Madrid
2002–03 Ruud van Nistelrooy Manchester United
2003–04 Fernando Morientes AS Monaco
2004–05 Ronaldinho Barcelona
2005–06 Samuel Eto'o Barcelona
2006–07 Kaká Milan
2007–08 Cristiano Ronaldo Manchester United
2008–09 Lionel Messi Barcelona
2009–10 Diego Milito Inter Milan

By country

Country Players
 Spain 4
 Brazil 3
 England 2
 Argentina 2
 Cameroon 1
 Netherlands 1
 Portugal 1
 Ukraine 1

By club

Club Players
Real Madrid 3
Barcelona 3
Manchester United 2
Inter Milan 2
Milan 1
Dynamo Kyiv 1
AS Monaco 1

Coach(es) of the Year

Year Coach Club
1997–98* Marcello Lippi Juventus
1998–99 Alex Ferguson Manchester United
1999–00 Vicente del Bosque Real Madrid
2000–01 Ottmar Hitzfeld Bayern Munich
2001–02 Vicente del Bosque Real Madrid
2002–03
Carlo Ancelotti
José Mourinho

Milan
Porto
2003–04
José Mourinho
Rafael Benítez

Porto
Valencia
2004–05
Rafael Benítez
Valery Gazzaev

Liverpool
CSKA Moscow
2005–06 *
Steve Bruce
Juande Ramos

Hull
Sevilla

* UEFA stopped giving the award for Coach(es) of the Year after the 2005–06 season

By country

Country Players
 Spain 5
 Italy 2
 Netherlands 2
 Portugal 2
 Germany 1
 Russia 1
 Scotland 1

By club

Club Players
Porto 2
Real Madrid 2
Barcelona 1
Sevilla 1
Valencia 1
Liverpool 1
Manchester United 1
Bayern Munich 1
Milan 1
Juventus 1
CSKA Moscow 1

External links

  • UEFA Club Football Awards
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