2011 AFC Annual Awards

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2011 AFC Annual Awards
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2011 AFC Annual Awards logo
Tournament details
City Kuala Lumpur
Dates 23 November 2011
2012

The 2011 AFC Annual Awards was the top football players and coaches of the year in Asia.

Among six candidates, Server Djeparov win the Asian Footballer of the Year award for the second time.[1]

Aya Miyama, Japan women's football team player which won 2011 FIFA Women's World Cup was awarded Asian Women Footballer of the Year.

Hideki Ishige and Caitlin Foord becomes the Youth Player of the Year. Al-Sadd which won 2011 AFC Champions League was named as the Club of the Year. Both Japan's men and women's team was named as National Team of the Year.

Ravshan Irmatov and . Norio Sasaki was awarded as the Coach of the Year. Mohammad Keshavarz, MVP of the 2011 AFC Futsal Club Championship was awarded as Futsal Player of the Year. Nagoya Oceans, winner of the 2011 AFC Futsal Club Championship was named as Futsal Club of the Year. Fair Play Award was given to the South Korea national football team.

Winners[edit]

Men[edit]

Rank Player Nationality Club Notes
1st Server Djeparov  Uzbekistan Saudi Arabia Al-Shabab
2nd Hadi Aghily  Iran Qatar Al-Arabi
3rd Keisuke Honda  Japan Russia CSKA Moscow
4th Koo Ja-Cheol  South Korea Germany Wolfsburg
5th Shinji Kagawa  Japan Germany Borussia Dortmund
6th Yeom Ki-Hun  South Korea South Korea Suwon Samsung

Women[edit]

Aya Miyama, winner in 2011
Rank Player Nationality Club Notes
1st Aya Miyama  Japan Japan Okayama Yunogo Belle
2nd Homare Sawa  Japan Japan INAC Leonessa
3rd Ayumi Kaihori  Japan Japan INAC Leonessa
4th Melissa Barbieri  Australia Australia Newcastle
5th Aya Sameshima  Japan France Montpellier
6th Song Jong-Sun  North Korea North Korea Rimyongsu

Coach[edit]

Rank Coach Nationality Team Notes
1st Norio Sasaki  Japan Japan Japan Women
2nd Cho Kwang-Rae  South Korea South Korea South Korea
3rd Vadim Abramov  Uzbekistan Uzbekistan Uzbekistan
4th Afshin Ghotbi  Iran Iran Iran
5th Gao Hongbo  China PR China China
6th Amir Ghalenoei  Iran Iran Tractor Sazi

Asia's bests[edit]

Position Player National Team Club
GK Eiji Kawashima  Japan Belgium Lierse
DF Jalal Hosseini  Iran Iran Sepahan
DF Vitaliy Denisov  Uzbekistan Ukraine Dnipro
DF Lucas Neill  Australia United Arab Emirates Al Jazira
DF Yuto Nagatomo  Japan Italy Inter
MF Server Djeparov  Uzbekistan Saudi Arabia Al-Shabab
MF Javad Nekounam  Iran Spain Osasuna
MF Makoto Hasebe  Japan Germany Wolfsburg
FW Firas Al-Khatib  Syria Qatar Umm-Salal
FW Park Chu-Young  South Korea England Arsenal
FW Harry Kewell  Australia Australia Melbourne Victory

Young Player[edit]

Gender Player Nationality Club
Men Hideki Ishige  Japan Japan Shimizu S-Pulse
Women Caitlin Foord  Australia Australia Sydney FC

Futsal Player[edit]

Player Nationality Club
Mohammad Keshavarz  Iran Iran Giti Pasand

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