Czechoslovak Footballer of the Year

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The Czechoslovak Player of the Year (Czech: Fotbalista roku, Slovak: Futbalista roka) award was an annual prize given to the best Czechoslovak football player by the Czechoslovak Football Association since 1965. Award for coach of the year was also awarded since 1985.

Winners[edit]

Year Footballer of the Year Coach of the Year
1965 Ján Popluhár (Slovan Bratislava)
1966 Josef Masopust (Dukla Praha)
1967 Ján Geleta (Dukla Praha)
1968 Ivo Viktor (Dukla Praha)
1969 Ladislav Kuna (Spartak Trnava)
1970 Karol Dobiáš (Spartak Trnava)
1971 Karol Dobiáš (Spartak Trnava)
1972 Ivo Viktor (Dukla Praha)
1973 Ivo Viktor (Dukla Praha)
1974 Ján Pivarník (Slovan Bratislava)
1975 Ivo Viktor (Dukla Praha)
1976 Ivo Viktor (Dukla Praha)
1977 Karel Kroupa (Zbrojovka Brno)
1978 Zdeněk Nehoda (Dukla Praha)
1979 Zdeněk Nehoda (Dukla Praha)
1980 Antonín Panenka (Bohemians Praha)
1981 Ján Kozák (Dukla Praha)
1982 Jan Fiala (Dukla Praha)
1983 Ladislav Vízek (Dukla Praha)
1984 Jan Berger (AC Sparta Prague)
1985 Ladislav Vízek (Dukla Praha) Karel Brückner (SK Sigma Olomouc)
1986 Jozef Chovanec (Sparta Prague) Ivan Kopecký (TJ Vítkovice)
1987 Ivan Hašek (Sparta Prague) Václav Ježek (Sparta Prague)
1988 Ivan Hašek (Sparta Prague) Václav Ježek (Sparta Prague)
1989 Michal Bílek (Sparta Prague) Milan Máčala (Baník Ostrava)
1990 Ján Kocian (FC St. Pauli) Milan Máčala (Baník Ostrava)
1991 Tomáš Skuhravý (Genoa C.F.C.) Dušan Uhrin (Sparta Prague)
1992 Ľubomír Moravčík (AS Saint-Étienne) Dušan Uhrin (Sparta Prague)

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