2012 AFC Annual Awards

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2012 AFC Annual Awards
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2012 AFC Annual Awards logo
Tournament details
City Kuala Lumpur
Dates 29 November 2012
2011
2013

The 2012 AFC Annual Awards was the top football players and coaches of the year in Asia.

Among five candidates, Lee Keun-Ho win the Asian Footballer of the Year award for his role in winning AFC Champions League for his club team.[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 for the second time in a row.

Hanae Shibata and Mohannad Abdul-Raheem becomes the Youth Player of the Year. Ulsan Hyundai which won 2012 AFC Champions League was named as the Club of the Year. Both Japan and South Korea's Olympic teams was named as women's and men's team was named as National Team of the Year.

Yuichi Nishimura and Sachiko Yamagishi were named as men's referee of the year. Kim Ho-Kon was awarded as the Coach of the Year. Rafael Henmi was awarded as Futsal Player of the Year. Giti Pasand, winner of the 2012 AFC Futsal Club Championship was named as Futsal Club of the Year. Fair Play Award was given to the Uzbekistan national football team. Football Federation of Iran was awarded as the Best Football Federation in Asia.

Winners[edit]

Men[edit]

Asian Footballer of the Year[edit]

Rank Player Nationality Club Notes
1st Lee Keun-Ho  South Korea South Korea Ulsan Hyundai
2nd Ali Karimi  Iran Iran Persepolis
3rd Zheng Zhi  China PR China Guangzhou Evergrande
4th Lucas Neill  Australia United Arab Emirates Al Jazira/ Al Wasl
5th Mohsen Bengar  Iran Iran Sepahan/ Persepolis

International players[edit]

Rank Player Nationality Club Notes
1st Shinji Kagawa  Japan Germany Borussia Dortmund/ England Manchester United
2nd Mark Schwarzer  Australia England Fulham
3rd Yuto Nagatomo  Japan Italy Inter Milan

Foreign players[edit]

Rank Player Nationality Club Notes
1st Rogerinho  Brazil Kuwait Kuwait SC [1]
2nd Ricardo Oliveira  Brazil United Arab Emirates Al Jazira
3rd Bruno Correa  Brazil Iran Sepahan/ United Arab Emirates Al Nasr

Coach of the year[edit]

Rank Coach Nationality Club Notes
N/A Kim Ho-Kon  South Korea South Korea Ulsan Hyundai

National team of the year[edit]

Gender Team Nationality Notes
Men South Korea national under-23 football team  South Korea
Women Japan women's national football team  Japan

Club of the year[edit]

Rank Club Nationality Notea
1st South Korea Ulsan Hyundai  South Korea
2nd Saudi Arabia Al-Ahli  Saudi Arabia
N/A Saudi Arabia Al-Ittihad  Saudi Arabia
N/A Uzbekistan Bunyodkor  Uzbekistan

Women[edit]

Rank Player Nationality Club Notes
1st Aya Miyama  Japan Japan Okayama Yunogo Belle
2nd Yuki Ogimi  Japan Germany 1. FFC Turbine Potsdam
3rd Homare Sawa  Japan Japan INAC Leonessa

Asia's bests[edit]

Position Player National Team Club
GK Ali Al-Habsi  Oman England Wigan
DF Zheng Zhi  China PR China Guangzhou Evergrande
DF Mohsen Bengar  Iran Iran Sepahan/ Persepolis
DF Yuto Nagatomo  Japan Italy Inter Milan
DF Hamdan Al-Kamali  United Arab Emirates United Arab Emirates Al-Wahda/ France Olympique Lyonnais
MF Roda Antar  Lebanon China Shandong Luneng Taishan
MF Ali Karimi  Iran Iran Persepolis
MF Lee Keun-Ho  South Korea South Korea Ulsan Hyundai
FW Sebastián Soria  Qatar Qatar Qatar SC/ Lekhwiya
FW Naif Hazazi  Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia Al-Ittihad
FW Son Heung-Min  South Korea Germany Hamburger SV

Young Player[edit]

Gender Player Nationality Club
Men Mohannad Abdul-Raheem  Iraq Iraq Duhok SC
Women Hanae Shibata  Japan Japan Urawa Red Diamonds

Futsal Player[edit]

Player Nationality Club
Katsutoshi Rafael Henmi  Japan Japan Nagoya Oceans

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