List of Arsenal F.C. individual awards

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The following is a list of individual awards won by Arsenal F.C. players. Some are awards that all players in the Premier League are eligible for, while others are given just to those who play for Arsenal.

English football awards[edit]

Premier League Manager of the Season[edit]

The Premier League Manager of the Season is an annual award presented to managers in England. It recognises the most outstanding manager in the Premier League each season. The recipient is chosen by a panel assembled by the league's sponsor (currently Barclays) and is announced in the second or third week of May.[1] The award was first given out following the Premier League's 1993-94 season.[2] Arsène Wenger is the only Arsenal manager to have one it, being awarded the honour three times.[3]

Season Manager Nationality Position in table Ref
1997–98 Wenger, ArseneArsène Wenger  France 1st [3]
2001–02 Wenger, ArseneArsène Wenger (2)  France 1st [3]
2003–04 Wenger, ArseneArsène Wenger (3)  France 1st [3]

Premier League Player of the Season[edit]

The Premier League Player of the Season recognises the most outstanding Premier League player of the season. The recipient is chosen by a panel assembled by the league's sponsor and experts. It is announced on the second or third week of May.[4] The award was first given at the end of the 1994–95 season. Arsenal players have won the award three times.

Season Player Nationality Ref
2000–01 Vieira, PatrickPatrick Vieira  France [5]
2001–02 Ljungberg, FreddieFreddie Ljungberg  Sweden [6]
2003–04 Henry, ThierryThierry Henry  France [7]

Premier League Manager of the Month[edit]

The Premier League Manager of the Month is an association football award that recognises the best adjudged Premier League manager each month of the season. The recipient is chosen by a panel assembled by the League's sponsor, and announced alongside the Player of the Month on the first or second Friday of the following month.[8] The award was introduced in the 1993-94 season.[9] Arsène Wenger, the only Arsenal manager to have been named Manager of the Month, has won it 13 times.

Month Year[nb 1] Nationality Manager Ref
March 1998  France Wenger, ArsèneArsène Wenger [10]
April 1998  France Wenger, ArsèneArsène Wenger [10]
October 2000  France Wenger, ArsèneArsène Wenger [11]
April 2002  France Wenger, ArsèneArsène Wenger [12]
September 2002  France Wenger, ArsèneArsène Wenger [13]
August 2003  France Wenger, ArsèneArsène Wenger [14]
February 2004  France {{{last}}}, Ali Dasu[[Ali Dasu {{{last}}}|Ali Dasu {{{last}}}]] [14]
August 2004  France Wenger, ArsèneArsène Wenger [15]
September 2007  France Wenger, ArsèneArsène Wenger [16]
December 2007  France Wenger, ArsèneArsène Wenger [17]
February 2011  France Wenger, ArsèneArsène Wenger [18]
February 2012  France Wenger, ArsèneArsène Wenger [19]
September 2013  France Wenger, ArsèneArsène Wenger [20]

Premier League Player of the Month[edit]

The Player of the Month is an association football award that recognises the best Premier League player each month of the season. The recipient is chosen by a panel assembled by the League's sponsor, and announced alongside the Manager of the Month on the first or second Friday of the following month.[8] Among Arsenal players, Thierry Henry and Dennis Bergkamp have won the award the most, four times each, all though one of Bergkamp's awards was shared with Edu. The Player of the Month has been won by Arsenal players have won the award 27 times, most recently by midfielder Aaron Ramsey.

Key
dagger Award was shared with another player
GK Goalkeeper
DF Defender
MF Midfielder
FW Forward
Month Year[nb 2] Nationality Player Position Ref
April 1995  England Seaman, DavidDavid Seaman GK [21]
November 1996  England Wright, IanIan Wright FW [22]
August 1997  Netherlands Bergkamp, DennisDennis Bergkamp FW [23]
September 1997  Netherlands Bergkamp, DennisDennis Bergkamp FW [23]
March 1998  Austria Manninger, AlexAlex Manninger GK [23]
April 1998  France Petit, EmmanuelEmmanuel Petit MF [23]
February 1999  France Anelka, NicolasNicolas Anelka FW [24]
March 1999  England Parlour, RayRay Parlour MF [24]
April 2000  France Henry, ThierryThierry Henry FW [25]
March 2002  Netherlands Bergkamp, DennisDennis Bergkamp FW [26]
April 2002  Sweden Ljungberg, FreddieFreddie Ljungberg MF [27]
August 2002  France Wiltord, SylvainSylvain Wiltord FW [28]
September 2002  France Henry, ThierryThierry Henry FW [28]
February 2003  France Pirès, RobertRobert Pirès MF [28]
January 2004  France Henry, ThierryThierry Henry FW [29]
February 2004  Netherlands Bergkamp, DennisDennis Bergkamp FW [29]
February 2004  Brazil Edu, Edu MF [29]
April 2004  France Henry, ThierryThierry Henry FW [29]
August 2004  Spain Reyes, José AntonioJosé Antonio Reyes FW [30]
November 2005  Netherlands van Persie, RobinRobin van Persie FW [31]
January 2007  Spain Fabregas, CescCesc Fàbregas MF [32]
September 2007  Spain Fabregas, CescCesc Fàbregas MF [33]
April 2009  Russia Arshavin, AndreiAndrei Arshavin MF [8]
October 2009  Netherlands van Persie, RobinRobin van Persie FW [34]
December 2010  France Nasri, SamirSamir Nasri MF [35]
October 2011  Netherlands van Persie, RobinRobin van Persie FW [36]
September 2013  Wales Ramsey, AaronAaron Ramsey MF [37]

Premier League Golden Boot[edit]

The Premier League Golden Boot, known for sponsorship reasons as the Barclays Golden Boot, is an annual award given to the top goalscorer at the end of the Premier League season. It has been won five times by Arsenal players; four times by Thierry Henry and once by Robin Van Persie.

Key
Player (X) Name of the player and number of times they had won the award at that point
double-dagger Indicates player also won the European Golden Shoe in the same season
§ Denotes Arsenal were Premier League champions in the same season
Premier League Golden Boot winners
Season Player Nationality Goals Games[nb 3] Rate Ref(s)
2001–02§ Henry, ThierryThierry Henry  France 24 33 0.73 [39]
2003–04§ Henry, ThierryThierry Henrydouble-dagger (2)  France 30 37 0.81 [39][40]
2004–05 Henry, ThierryThierry Henrydouble-dagger (3)  France 25 32 0.78 [40]
2005–06 Henry, ThierryThierry Henry (4)  France 27 32 0.84 [41]
2011–12 Persie, Robin vanRobin van Persie  Netherlands 30 38[42] 0.79 [43]

PFA Players' Player of the Year[edit]

The Professional Footballers' Association Players' Player of the Year is an annual award given to the player who is adjudged to have been the best of the year in English football.[44] The award has been presented since the 1973–74 season and the winner is chosen by a vote amongst the members of the players' trade union, the Professional Footballers' Association (PFA).[45] Arsenal players have won the award four times, twice by Thierry Henry and once each by Dennis Bergkamp and Robin Van Persie.

Year Nationality Player Notes
1997–98  Netherlands Bergkamp, DennisDennis Bergkamp
2002–03  France Henry, ThierryThierry Henry [46]
2003–04  France Henry, ThierryThierry Henry [47]
2011–12  Netherlands van Persie, RobinRobin van Persie [48]

PFA Fans' Player of the Year[edit]

The ESPN Professional Footballers' Association Fans' Player of the Year award is given to footballers in the top four flights of English football, the Premier League, the Championship, League One and League Two.[49] The shortlist is compiled by the members of the Professional Footballers' Association (the PFA), and then the winner is voted for by the fans of the league.

The award was first given in 2001. Arsenal players have won it three times; Thierry Henry back-to-back in 2003 and 2004, and Robin Van Persie in 2012.

Year Nationality Player
2003  France Henry, ThierryThierry Henry
2004  France Henry, ThierryThierry Henry
2012  Netherlands van Persie, RobinRobin van Persie

PFA Young Player of the Year[edit]

The Professional Footballers' Association Young Player of the Year (often called the PFA Young Player of the Year, or simply the Young Player of the Year) is an annual award given to the player aged 23 or under at the start of the season who is adjudged to have been the best of the season in English football.[50] The award has been presented since the 1973–74 season and the winner is chosen by a vote amongst the members of the players' trade union, the Professional Footballers' Association (PFA). The winner is chosen by his fellow professionals.[51]

Year Nationality Player
1986–87  England Adams, TonyTony Adams
1988–89  England Merson, PaulPaul Merson
1998–99  France Anelka, NicolasNicolas Anelka
2007–08  Spain Fabregas, CescCesc Fabregas
2010–11  England Wilshere, JackJack Wilshere

PFA Team of the Year[edit]

The Professional Footballers' Association Team of the Year (often called the "PFA Team of the Year", or simply the "Team of the Year") is an annual award given to a set of 44 footballers in the top four tiers of English football; the Premier League, the Championship, League One and League Two, who are seen to be deserving of being named in a "Team of the Year". The award has been presented since the 1973–74 season and the shortlist is compiled by the members of the players' trade union, the Professional Footballers' Association (PFA), in January of every year, with the winners then being voted for by the other players in their respective divisions.[52][53][54]

Season Pos. Player Nationality Ref
1977–78 MF Liam Brady  Ireland [55]
1978–79 DF David O'Leary  Ireland [55]
1978–79 MF Liam Brady  Ireland [55]
1979–80 DF David O'Leary  Ireland [55]
1979–80 MF Liam Brady  Ireland [55]
1980–81 DF Kenny Sansom  England [56]
1981–82 DF David O'Leary  Ireland [57]
1981–82 DF Kenny Sansom  England [57]
1982–83 DF Kenny Sansom  England [57]
1983–84 DF Kenny Sansom  England [58]
1984–85 DF Kenny Sansom  England [58]
1985–86 DF Kenny Sansom  England [59]
1986–87 DF Viv Anderson  England [59]
1986–87 DF Tony Adams  England [59]
1986–87 DF Kenny Sansom  England [59]
1986–87 MF David Rocastle  England [59]
1988–89 MF David Rocastle  England [60]
1988–89 FW Alan Smith  England [60]
1989–90 DF Lee Dixon  England [61]
1990–91 GK David Seaman  England [61]
1990–91 DF Lee Dixon  England [61]
1992–93 FW Ian Wright  England [62]
1993–94 DF Tony Adams  England [63]
1995–96 DF Tony Adams  England [64]
1996–97 GK David Seaman  England [64]
1996–97 DF Tony Adams  England [64]
1996–97 FW Ian Wright  England [64]
1997–98 FW Dennis Bergkamp  Netherlands [65]
1998–99 MF Emmanuel Petit  France [66]
1998–99 MF Patrick Vieira  France [66]
1998–99 FW Nicolas Anelka  France [66]
1999–00 MF Patrick Vieira  France [67]
2000–01 DF Sylvinho  Brazil [68]
2000–01 MF Patrick Vieira  France [68]
2000–01 FW Thierry Henry  France [68]
2001–02 MF Robert Pirès  France [68]
2001–02 MF Patrick Vieira  France [68]
2001–02 FW Thierry Henry  France [68]
2002–03 DF Sol Campbell  England [69]
2002–03 DF Ashley Cole  England [69]
2002–03 MF Robert Pirès  France [69]
2002–03 MF Patrick Vieira  France [69]
2002–03 FW Thierry Henry  France [69]
2003–04 DF Lauren  Cameroon [70]
2003–04 DF Sol Campbell  England [70]
2003–04 DF Ashley Cole  England [70]
2003–04 MF Patrick Vieira  France [70]
2003–04 MF Robert Pirès  France [70]
2003–04 FW Thierry Henry  France [70]
2004–05 DF Ashley Cole  England [71]
2004–05 FW Thierry Henry  France [71]
2005–06 FW Thierry Henry  France [72]
2007–08 DF Bacary Sagna  France [73]
2007–08 DF Gaël Clichy  France [73]
2007–08 MF Cesc Fàbregas  Spain [73]
2007–08 FW Emmanuel Adebayor  Togo [73]
2009–10 DF Thomas Vermaelen  Belgium [74]
2009–10 MF Cesc Fàbregas  Spain [74]
2010–11 DF Bacary Sagna  France [75]
2010–11 MF Samir Nasri  France [75]
2010–11 MF Jack Wilshere  England [75]
2011–12 FW Robin Van Persie  Netherlands [76][77]

LMA Manager of the Year[edit]

The LMA Manager of the Year Award is awarded to the best manager in English football, as voted by his fellow managers. The award was first given in 1994.

Year Manager Nationality Ref
2002 Wenger, ArseneArsène Wenger  France [78]
2004 Wenger, ArseneArsène Wenger (2)  France [79]

FWA Footballer of the Year[edit]

The Football Writers' Association Footballer of the Year (often called the "FWA Footballer of the Year", or in England simply the "Footballer of the Year") is an annual award given to the player who is adjudged to have been the best of the season in English football.[80] The award has been presented since the 1947–48 season. The winner is selected by a vote amongst the members of the Football Writers' Association (FWA), which comprises around 400 football journalists based throughout England.[81]

Year Player Nationality Ref
1949–50 Mercer, JoeJoe Mercer  England
1970–71 McLintock, FrankFrank McLintock  Scotland
1997–98 Bergkamp, DennisDennis Bergkamp  Netherlands
2001–02 Pirès, RobertRobert Pirès  France
2002–03 Henry, ThierryThierry Henry  France
2003–04 Henry, ThierryThierry Henry  France
2005–06 Henry, ThierryThierry Henry  France
2011–12 van Persie, RobinRobin van Persie  France [82]

Goal of the Season[edit]

The Goal of the Season is an annual competition and award given on BBC's Match of the Day, in honour of the most spectacular goal scored that season. The award has been given out annually since the 1970–71 season.

Season Scorer Nationality Against Stadium Competition Date Commentator Notes
1997–98 Bergkamp, DennisDennis Bergkamp  Netherlands Leicester City Filbert Street Premier League 27 August 1997 Gubba, TonyTony Gubba [83]
2001–02 Bergkamp, DennisDennis Bergkamp  Netherlands Newcastle United St James' Park Premier League 2 March 2002 Mowbray, GuyGuy Mowbray [84]
2002–03 Henry, ThierryThierry Henry  France Tottenham Hotspur Highbury Premier League 16 November 2002 Tyldesley, CliveClive Tyldesley [85]
2007–08 Adebayor, EmmanuelEmmanuel Adebayor  Togo Tottenham Hotspur White Hart Lane Premier League 15 September 2007 Motson, JohnJohn Motson [86]

Goal of the Month[edit]

The Goal of the Month is a monthly segment on BBC's Match of the Day television programme, in honour of the best goal scored each month. The segment has been featured on the programme since the 1970–71 season. Typically, a selection of eight or ten goals from the month are shown and The Goal of the Month is decided by the subjective opinion of one of the pundits, such as Alan Hansen, Mark Lawrenson or Alan Shearer.

Month Year Scorer Nationality Against Stadium Competition Date Notes
December 1993 Wright, IanIan Wright  England Swindon Town County Ground Premiership 27 December 1993
March 1994 Wright, IanIan Wright  England Southampton The Dell Premiership 19 March 1994
October 1995 Wright, IanIan Wright  England Leeds United Elland Road Premiership 14 October 1995
January 1996 Wright, IanIan Wright  England Everton Highbury Premiership 20 January 1996
November 1996 Bergkamp, DennisDennis Bergkamp  Netherlands Tottenham Hotspur Highbury Premiership 24 November 1996
September 2000 , SylvinhoSylvinho  Brazil Chelsea Stamford Bridge Premiership 6 September 2000
October 2000 Henry, ThierryThierry Henry  France Manchester United Highbury Premiership 1 October 2000
August 2002 Wiltord, SylvainSylvain Wiltord  France Birmingham City Highbury Premiership 18 August 2002
November 2002 Henry, ThierryThierry Henry  France Tottenham Hotspur Highbury Premiership 16 November 2002
November 2004 Henry, ThierryThierry Henry  France Charlton Athletic Highbury Premiership 2 October 2004
February 2005 Henry, ThierryThierry Henry  France Crystal Palace Highbury Premiership 14 February 2005
September 2006 van Persie, RobinRobin van Persie  Netherlands Charlton Athletic The Valley Premiership 29 September 2006
September 2007 Adebayor, EmmanuelEmmanuel Adebayor  Togo Tottenham Hotspur White Hart Lane Premier League 15 September 2007
December 2008 van Persie, RobinRobin van Persie  Netherlands Liverpool Emirates Stadium Premier League 21 December 2008
December 2011 van Persie, RobinRobin van Persie  Netherlands Everton Emirates Stadium Premier League 10 December 2011
December 2012 Walcott, TheoTheo Walcott  England Newcastle United Emirates Stadium Premier League 29 December 2012
October 2013 Wilshere, JackJack Wilshere  England Norwich City Emirates Stadium Premier League 19 October 2013

Alan Hardaker Trophy[edit]

The Alan Hardaker Trophy is awarded to the Man of the Match of the Football League Cup final. It was first awarded in 1990. The only Arsenal player to ever win it was Paul Merson in 1993.[87]

Final Player Opponents Score
1993 England Paul Merson Sheffield Wednesday 2–1

European football awards[edit]

European Golden Shoe[edit]

The European Golden Shoe, formerly known as the European Golden Boot, is an award presented each season to the leading goalscorer in league matches from the top division of every European national league. Since the 1996–97 season, European Sports Media have awarded the Golden Shoe based on a points system that allows players in tougher leagues to win even if they score fewer goals than a player in a weaker league. The weightings are determined by the league's ranking on the UEFA coefficients, which in turn depend on the results of each league's clubs in European competition over the previous five seasons. Goals scored in the top five leagues according to the UEFA coefficients list are multiplied by a factor of two, and goals scored in the leagues ranked six to 21 are multiplied by 1.5.[88] Thus, goals scored in higher ranked leagues will count for more than those scored in weaker leagues.[89]

European Golden Shoe winners
Season Player Nationality Goals Points Ref(s)
2003–04 Henry, ThierryThierry Henry  France 30 60 [1]
2004–05 Henry, ThierryThierry Henry[nb 4]  France 25 50 [2]

Club awards[edit]

Arsenal Player of the Month[edit]

Key
GK Goalkeeper
DF Defender
MF Midfielder
FW Forward
Month Year[nb 5] Nationality Player Position Ref
August 2011  Poland Szczęsny, WojciechWojciech Szczęsny GK [90]
September 2011  Poland Szczęsny, WojciechWojciech Szczęsny GK [90]
October 2011  Netherlands Van Persie, RobinRobin Van Persie FW [91]
November 2011  Netherlands Van Persie, RobinRobin Van Persie FW [92]
December 2011  Netherlands Van Persie, RobinRobin Van Persie FW [93]
January 2012  France Koscielny, LaurentLaurent Koscielny DF [94]
February 2012  Netherlands Van Persie, RobinRobin Van Persie FW [95]
March 2012  Czech Republic Rosický, TomášTomáš Rosický MF [96]
April 2012  Czech Republic Rosický, TomášTomáš Rosický MF [96]
August 2012  Spain Cazorla, SantiSanti Cazorla MF [97]
September 2012  Spain Cazorla, SantiSanti Cazorla MF [97]
October 2012  England Walcott, TheoTheo Walcott FW [97]
November 2012  England Walcott, TheoTheo Walcott FW [97]
December 2012  England Walcott, TheoTheo Walcott FW [97]
January 2013  France Giroud, OlivierOlivier Giroud FW [97]
February 2013  Spain Cazorla, SantiSanti Cazorla MF [97]
March 2013  Spain Cazorla, SantiSanti Cazorla MF [97]
April 2013  Wales Ramsey, AaronAaron Ramsey MF [97]
August 2013  Wales Ramsey, AaronAaron Ramsey MF [98]
September 2013  Wales Ramsey, AaronAaron Ramsey MF [98]
October 2013  Wales Ramsey, AaronAaron Ramsey MF [98]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Each year in the table is linked to the article about the corresponding football season.
  2. ^ Each year is linked to an article on the particular season associated with the month of that year.
  3. ^ From the 1995–96 season onwards, the Premier League was reduced from 22 teams to 20,[38] thus reducing the number of games in a league season from 42 to 38.
  4. ^ Thierry Henry shared the European Golden Shoe title with Villarreal's Diego Forlán, who also had 50 points.
  5. ^ Each year is linked to an article on the particular season associated with the month of that year.

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