Football League Awards

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The Football League Awards is an annual awards ceremony commemorating football-related people involved in the three divisions of the Football League. The event was established in 2006.

2006 Awards[edit]

Date: 5 March 2006
Venue: Grosvenor House Hotel, London[1]

Award Winner
Championship Player of the Year Phil Jagielka (Sheffield United)
League One Player of the Year Lee Trundle (Swansea City)
League Two Player of the Year Karl Hawley (Carlisle United)
The Football League Young Player of the Year David Nugent (Preston North End)
Championship Apprentice Award Lewin Nyatanga (Derby County)
League One Apprentice Award Scott Golbourne (Bristol City)
League Two Apprentice Award Ikechi Anya (Wycombe Wanderers)
Goal of the Year Stefan Oakes (Notts County vs Yeovil Town)
Most Admired Football League Club Crewe Alexandra
Community Club of the Year Brentford
Fan of the Year Jeff Hall (Chesterfield)
Best Club Sponsorship Norwich City
Best Club Marketing Campaign Preston North End
Best Kit Design Leyton Orient
Programme of the Year Crystal Palace
Best Club Website Nottingham Forest
Contribution to Football Award Gerry Murphy (Huddersfield Town)
Best Ground Hull City (KC Stadium)
Good Sport Award Lee Bullen (Sheffield Wednesday)

2007 Awards[edit]

Date: 4 March 2007
Venue: Grosvenor House Hotel, London[1]

Award Winner
Championship Player of the Year Jason Koumas (West Bromwich Albion)
League One Player of the Year Billy Sharp (Scunthorpe United)
League Two Player of the Year Izale McLeod (Milton Keynes Dons)
The Football League Young Player of the Year Gareth Bale (Southampton)
Championship Apprentice Award Chris Gunter (Cardiff City)
League One Apprentice Award Joe Skarz (Huddersfield Town)
League Two Apprentice Award Joe Thompson (Rochdale)
Goal of the Year Joe Ledley (Cardiff City vs Barnsley)
Community Club of the Year Brighton & Hove Albion
Fan of the Year Stan McGowen (Bury)
Best Club Sponsorship Brentford
Best Club Marketing Campaign Norwich City
Best Kit Design Burnley
Best Community Initiative Norwich City
Programme of the Year Colchester United
Best Use of New Media Cardiff City
Contribution to Football Award Jack Taylor
Best Ground Sunderland (Stadium of Light)
Good Sport Award Chris Doig (Northampton Town)

2008 Awards[edit]

Date: 2 March 2008
Venue: Grosvenor House Hotel, London[1]

Award Winner
Championship Player of the Year Kevin Phillips (West Bromwich Albion)
League One Player of the Year Jermaine Beckford (Leeds United)
League Two Player of the Year Keith Andrews (Milton Keynes Dons)
The Football League Young Player of the Year Michael Kightly (Wolverhampton Wanderers)
Championship Apprentice Award Mark Beevers (Sheffield Wednesday)
League One Apprentice Award Daniel Broadbent (Huddersfield Town)
League Two Apprentice Award Ryan Bennett (Grimsby Town)
Goal of the Year Jermaine Beckford (Scunthorpe United vs Rotherham United)
Community Club of the Year Watford
Fan of the Year Paul Smarah (Brighton & Hove Albion)
Best Fan Marketing Campaign Bradford City
Championship Best Community Initiative Charlton Athletic
League One Best Community Initiative Brighton & Hove Albion
League Two Best Community Initiative Notts County
Programme of the Year Bristol City
Championship Family Club of the Year Norwich City
League One Family Club of the Year Huddersfield Town
League Two Family Club of the Year Wycombe Wanderers
Contribution to Football Award Jimmy Armfield

2009 Awards[edit]

Date: 29 March 2009
Venue: Grosvenor House Hotel, London[1]

Award Winner
Championship Player of the Year Sylvan Ebanks-Blake (Wolverhampton Wanderers)
League One Player of the Year Matt Fryatt (Leicester City)
League Two Player of the Year Grant Holt (Shrewsbury Town)
The Football League Young Player of the Year Fabian Delph (Leeds United)
Championship Apprentice Award Sean Scannell (Crystal Palace)
League One Apprentice Award Tom Aldred (Carlisle United)
League Two Apprentice Award Matt Phillips (Wycombe Wanderers)
Goal of the Year Sylvan Ebanks-Blake (Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Charlton Athletic)
PFA Player in the Community Graeme Murty (Reading)
Championship Community Club of the Year Charlton Athletic
League One Community Club of the Year Leyton Orient
League Two Community Club of the Year Brentford
Fan of the Year Warner Duff (Ipswich Town)
Best Fan Marketing Campaign Preston North End
Programme of the Year Burnley
Championship Family Club of the Year Wolverhampton Wanderers
League One Family Club of the Year Southend United
League Two Family Club of the Year Shrewsbury Town
Best Digital Communication Milton Keynes Dons
Contribution to Football Award Jimmy Hill OBE

2010 Awards[edit]

Date: 14 March 2010
Venue: Grosvenor House Hotel, London[1]

Award Winner
Championship Player of the Year Kevin Nolan (Newcastle United)
League One Player of the Year Jermaine Beckford (Leeds United)
League Two Player of the Year Craig Dawson (Rochdale)
The Football League Young Player of the Year Nathaniel Clyne (Crystal Palace)
Championship Apprentice Award Adam Matthews (Cardiff City)
League One Apprentice Award Tom Adeyemi (Norwich City)
League Two Apprentice Award Kyle Haynes (Cheltenham Town)
Goal of the Year Nicky Maynard (Queens Park Rangers vs Bristol City)
PFA Player in the Community Zesh Rehman (Bradford City)
Championship Community Club of the Year Southend United and Watford (joint winners)
Fan of the Year Herbert Taylor (Southampton)
Best Fan Marketing Campaign Nottingham Forest
Championship Best Matchday Programme Scunthorpe United
League One Best Matchday Programme Huddersfield Town
League Two Best Matchday Programme Rotherham United
Championship Family Club of the Year Reading
League One Family Club of the Year Huddersfield Town
League Two Family Club of the Year Shrewsbury Town
Best Digital Communication Derby County
Outstanding Contribution to League Football Gordon Taylor OBE

2011 Awards[edit]

Date: 20 March 2011
Venue: The Brewery, London[1]

Award Winner
Championship Player of the Year Adel Taarabt (Queens Park Rangers)
League One Player of the Year Craig Mackail-Smith (Peterborough United)
League Two Player of the Year Ryan Lowe (Bury)
The Football League Young Player of the Year Connor Wickham (Ipswich Town)
Championship Apprentice Award Connor Wickham (Ipswich Town)
League One Apprentice Award Dale Jennings (Tranmere Rovers)
League Two Apprentice Award Kadeem Harris (Wycombe Wanderers)
Goal of the Year Dean Furman (Oldham Athletic vs Notts County)
PFA Player in the Community Darren Moore (Burton Albion)
Community Club of the Year Southend United
Fan of the Year Kevin Monks (Coventry City)
Best Fan Marketing Campaign Reading
Best Matchday Programme Middlesbrough
Family Club of the Year Cardiff City
Outstanding Team Performance Stevenage (3-1 vs Newcastle United in FA Cup Third Round)
Unsung Hero Jim Thompson (Burnley)
Outstanding Contribution to League Football Dario Gradi MBE

2012 Awards[edit]

Date: 11 March 2012
Venue: The Brewery, London[1]

Award Winner
Championship Player of the Year Rickie Lambert (Southampton)
League One Player of the Year Jordan Rhodes (Huddersfield Town)
League Two Player of the Year Matt Ritchie (Swindon Town)
The Football League Young Player of the Year Wilfried Zaha (Crystal Palace)
Championship Apprentice Award Gaël Bigirimana (Coventry City)
League One Apprentice Award Jordan Cousins (Charlton Athletic)
League Two Apprentice Award Nick Powell (Crewe Alexandra)
Goal of the Year Peter Whittingham (Cardiff City vs Barnsley)
PFA Player in the Community Tamika Mkandawire (Millwall)
Community Club of the Year (Overall & North-East) Rotherham United
Community Club of the Year (North-West) Bury
Community Club of the Year (Midlands) Notts County
Community Club of the Year (South-East) Milton Keynes Dons
Community Club of the Year (South-West) Portsmouth
Fan of the Year (Overall & League Two) Sue Pollard (Plymouth Argyle)
Fan of the Year (Championship) Paddy Cronesberry (Middlesbrough)
Fan of the Year (League One) Lynn Noon (Preston North End)
Best Fan Marketing Campaign Hartlepool United
Best Matchday Programme (Championship) Burnley
Best Matchday Programme (League One) Notts County
Best Matchday Programme (League Two) Swindon Town
Family Club of the Year (Championship) Portsmouth
Family Club of the Year (League One) Huddersfield Town
Family Club of the Year (League Two) Swindon Town
Outstanding Managerial Performance Gus Poyet (Brighton & Hove Albion)
Unsung Hero Paul Bradley (Preston North End)
Outstanding Contribution to League Football Graham Turner

2013 Awards[edit]

Date: 24 March 2013
Venue: The Brewery, London[1]

Award Winner
Championship Player of the Year Matěj Vydra (Watford)
League One Player of the Year Matt Ritchie (Bournemouth)
League Two Player of the Year Tom Pope (Port Vale)
The Football League Young Player of the Year Tom Ince (Blackpool)
Championship Apprentice Award Dimitar Evtimov (Nottingham Forest)
League One Apprentice Award Luke James (Hartlepool United)
League Two Apprentice Award George Sykes (Barnet)
Goal of the Year Simon Cox (Nottingham Forest vs Birmingham City)
PFA Player in the Community Iñigo Calderón (Brighton & Hove Albion)
Community Club of the Year (Overall & South-East) Charlton Athletic
Community Club of the Year (North-West) Tranmere Rovers
Community Club of the Year (Midlands) Derby County
Community Club of the Year (North-East) Huddersfield Town
Community Club of the Year (South-West) Cardiff City
Fan of the Year (Overall) Ross Eastwood
Fan of the Year (Championship) Nick Webster (Derby County)
Fan of the Year (League One) Pat Raybould (Coventry City)
Best Fan Marketing Campaign
Best Matchday Programme (Championship)
Best Matchday Programme (League One)
Best Matchday Programme (League Two)
Family Club of the Year (Championship) Cardiff City
Family Club of the Year (League One) Bournemouth
Family Club of the Year (League Two) Plymouth Argyle
Outstanding Managerial Performance Phil Parkinson (Bradford City)
Unsung Hero Billy Neil (Millwall)
Outstanding Contribution to League Football Peter Shilton OBE

2014 Awards[edit]

Date: 16 March 2014
Venue: The Brewery, London[1][2]

Award Winner
Championship Player of the Year Danny Ings (Burnley)
League One Player of the Year Adam Forshaw (Brentford)
League Two Player of the Year Gary Roberts (Chesterfield)
The Football League Young Player of the Year Will Hughes (Derby County)
Championship Apprentice Award Mason Bennett (Derby County)
League One Apprentice Award Brendan Galloway (Milton Keynes Dons)
League Two Apprentice Award Bradley Walker (Hartlepool United)
Goal of the Year Franck Moussa (Coventry City vs Leyton Orient)
PFA Player in the Community Réda Johnson (Sheffield Wednesday)
Community Club of the Year (Overall & South-East)
Community Club of the Year (North-West)
Community Club of the Year (Midlands)
Community Club of the Year (North-East)
Community Club of the Year (South-West)
Fan of the Year (Overall)
Fan of the Year (Championship)
Fan of the Year (League One)
Best Fan Marketing Campaign
Best Matchday Programme (Championship)
Best Matchday Programme (League One)
Best Matchday Programme (League Two)
Family Club of the Year (Championship)
Family Club of the Year (League One)
Family Club of the Year (League Two)
Outstanding Managerial Performance Gary Johnson (Yeovil Town)
Unsung Hero Frank Banks (Southend United)
Outstanding Contribution to League Football John Bowler (Crewe Alexandra)

Awards by Team[edit]

List updated for 2012.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i "Past Winners". The Football League. 25 March 2013. Retrieved 27 March 2013. 
  2. ^ "Football League Awards 2014 winners". The Football League. 16 March 2014. Retrieved 25 March 2014.