A-League Goalkeeper of the Year

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The A-League Goalkeeper of the Year is an annual soccer award presented to the best goalkeeper in the A-League. The award is determined by a panel of experts.[1]

The A-League was founded in 2005 to replace the semi-professional National Soccer League.[2] The number of teams in the league has ranged from eight to eleven and there are currently ten clubs in the league.[3] The Goalkeeper of the Year award has been given out since the league's inaugural season.

Eugene Galekovic has won the award four times, the most times out of all keepers. Michael Theo is the next-most successful, with three awards.

Winners[edit]

Clint Bolton won the inaugural A-League Goalkeeper of the Year award in 2005.
Key
Player (X) Name of the player and number of times they had won the award at that point (if more than one)
§ Denotes the club were A-League premiers in the same season
A-League Goalkeeper of the Year winners
Season Player Nationality Club Clean sheets
2005–06 Clint Bolton  Australia Sydney FC 5
2006–07 Michael Theoklitos  Australia Melbourne Victory§ 10
2007–08 Michael Theoklitos (2)  Australia Melbourne Victory 6
2008–09 Eugene Galekovic  Australia Adelaide United 10
2009–10 Eugene Galekovic (2)  Australia Adelaide United 6
2010–11 Michael Theoklitos (3)  Australia Brisbane Roar§ 12
2011–12 Mathew Ryan  Australia Central Coast Mariners§ 8
2012–13 Ante Covic  Australia Western Sydney Wanderers§ 11
2013–14 Eugene Galekovic (3)  Australia Adelaide United 8
2014–15 Eugene Galekovic (4)  Australia Adelaide United 7
2015–16 Thomas Sørensen  Denmark Melbourne City 4
2016–17 Danny Vukovic  Australia Sydney FC§ 15
2017–18 Jamie Young  England Brisbane Roar 5
2018–19 Filip Kurto  Poland Wellington Phoenix 4

Awards won by club[edit]

Club Total
Adelaide United 4
Brisbane Roar 2
Melbourne Victory 2
Sydney FC 2
Central Coast Mariners 1
Melbourne City 1
Wellington Phoenix 1
Western Sydney Wanderers 1

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Awards - About". Football Federation Australia. Retrieved 20 April 2015.
  2. ^ Hill, Simon (8 April 2014). "Simon Says: 10 years on from last NSL game, the past and present are starting to share the future". Fox Sports. Retrieved 17 June 2014.
  3. ^ "Our History". A-League. Retrieved 27 October 2014.
General

External links[edit]

A-League official website