Golden Ball (Czech Republic)

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The Golden Ball (Czech: Zlatý míč) is awarded in the Czech Republic by a poll of Czech sport journalists from the Club of Sport Journalists (Klub sportovních novinářů, KSN). Eligible are Czech players in the Czech Republic and abroad. Awards for young player and coach of the year are also awarded. The award for the Coach of the Year, is named after Rudolf Vytlačil, successful Czechoslovak coach. Petr Čech won his eighth Zlatý míč in nine years in 2013.[1]

The other football award in the Czech Republic is the Czech Footballer of the Year awarded by the Football Association of the Czech Republic (ČMFS).

Year Golden Ball Revelation of the Year Coach of the Year
2013 Petr Čech (Chelsea)[2] Stanislav Tecl (Vysočina Jihlava/Viktoria Plzeň)[2] Vítězslav Lavička (AC Sparta Prague)[2]
2012 Petr Čech (Chelsea)[1]  ?  ?
2011 Petr Čech (Chelsea)[1]  ?  ?
2010 Petr Čech (Chelsea)[1] Matěj Vydra (Baník Ostrava) František Komňacký (FK Jablonec)
2009 Pavel Nedvěd (Juventus)[1] Jan Chramosta (FK Mladá Boleslav) Karel Jarolím (Slavia Prague)
2008 Petr Čech (Chelsea)[1] František Dřížďal (Slavia Prague) Karel Jarolím (Slavia Prague)
2007 Petr Čech (Chelsea)[1] Zdeněk Zlámal (Tescoma Zlín/Slovan Liberec) Vítězslav Lavička (Slovan Liberec)
2006 Petr Čech (Chelsea)[1] Marek Suchý (Slavia Prague) Vítězslav Lavička (Slovan Liberec)
2005 Petr Čech (Chelsea)[1] Roman Bednář (Mladá Boleslav) Karel Brückner (Czech national team)
2004 Pavel Nedvěd (Juventus) Filip Dort (Opava) František Komňacký (Baník Ostrava)
2003 Pavel Nedvěd (Juventus) Mario Lička (Baník Ostrava) Karel Brückner (Czech national team)
2002 Tomáš Rosický (Borussia Dortmund) Rudolf Skácel (Hradec Králové/Slavia Prague) Ladislav Škorpil (Slovan Liberec)
2001 Pavel Nedvěd (Lazio) - -
2000 Pavel Nedvěd (Lazio) - -
1999 Patrik Berger (Liverpool) - -
1998 Pavel Nedvěd (Lazio) - -
1997 Jiří Němec (Schalke 04) - -

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