List of J.League awards

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The J. League awards are represented by a ceremony, which is hosted every year in December, at the end of the season. This ceremony was inducted to award the best players of J. League. To win this award, the nominees had to play at least 17 matches of the season.

Awards[edit]

Updated to 5 December 2017.[1] [2]

Most Valuable Player (MVP)[edit]

The J. League Player of the Year is awarded by the J.League.[3]

Year Footballer Club Nationality Ref[4]
1993 Kazuyoshi Miura Verdy Kawasaki  Japan [5]
1994 Pereira Verdy Kawasaki  Brazil
1995 Dragan Stojković Nagoya Grampus Eight  Yugoslavia [6]
1996 Jorginho Kashima Antlers  Brazil
1997 Dunga Júbilo Iwata  Brazil [7]
1998 Masashi Nakayama Júbilo Iwata  Japan [8]
1999 Alessandro Santos Shimizu S-Pulse  Japan [9]
2000 Shunsuke Nakamura Yokohama F. Marinos  Japan
2001 Toshiya Fujita Júbilo Iwata  Japan
2002 Naohiro Takahara Júbilo Iwata  Japan [10]
2003 Emerson Urawa Red Diamonds  Brazil [11]
2004 Yuji Nakazawa Yokohama F. Marinos  Japan
2005 Araújo Gamba Osaka  Brazil
2006 Marcus Tulio Tanaka Urawa Red Diamonds  Japan [12]
2007 Robson Ponte Urawa Red Diamonds  Brazil [13]
2008 Marquinhos Kashima Antlers  Brazil [14]
2009 Mitsuo Ogasawara Kashima Antlers  Japan [15]
2010 Seigo Narazaki Nagoya Grampus  Japan [16]
2011 Leandro Domingues Kashiwa Reysol  Brazil [17]
2012 Hisato Satō Sanfrecce Hiroshima  Japan [18]
2013 Shunsuke Nakamura Yokohama F. Marinos  Japan [19]
2014 Yasuhito Endō Gamba Osaka  Japan [20]
2015 Toshihiro Aoyama Sanfrecce Hiroshima  Japan [21]
2016 Kengo Nakamura Kawasaki Frontale  Japan [22]
2017 Yū Kobayashi Kawasaki Frontale  Japan [23]

Best XI[edit]

[24]

For more information about this voice, read J. League Best XI.

Top scorer[edit]

The J. League Top Scorer is awarded by the J.League to the top scoring player of the season.

Only five players won this award twice: Masashi Nakayama, Ryoichi Maeda, Joshua Kennedy and Yoshito Okubo. Other four players won both the top-scorer award and the one for Most Valuable Player: Masashi Nakayama in 1998, Naohiro Takahara in 2002, Marquinhos in 2008, Hisato Sato in 2012 and Yu Kobayashi in 2017.

Year Player Goals Club Nationality Ref[25]
1993 Ramón Díaz
28
Yokohama Marinos  Argentina
1994 Frank Ordenewitz
30
JEF United Ichihara  Germany
1995 Masahiro Fukuda
32
Urawa Red Diamonds  Japan
1996 Kazuyoshi Miura
23
Verdy Kawasaki  Japan
1997 Patrick Mboma
25
Gamba Osaka  Cameroon [26]
1998 Masashi Nakayama
36
Jubilo Iwata  Japan
1999 Hwang Sun-Hong
24
Cerezo Osaka  South Korea
2000 Masashi Nakayama
20
Jubilo Iwata  Japan
2001 Will
24
Consadole Sapporo  Brazil
2002 Naohiro Takahara
26
Jubilo Iwata  Japan
2003 Ueslei
22
Nagoya Grampus Eight  Brazil
2004 Emerson
27
Urawa Red Diamonds  Brazil
2005 Araújo
33
Gamba Osaka  Brazil
2006 Washington
26
Urawa Red Diamonds  Brazil
Magno Alves
26
Gamba Osaka  Brazil
2007 Juninho
22
Kawasaki Frontale  Brazil
2008 Marquinhos
21
Kashima Antlers  Brazil
2009 Ryoichi Maeda
20
Jubilo Iwata  Japan
2010 Ryoichi Maeda
17
Jubilo Iwata  Japan
Joshua Kennedy
17
Nagoya Grampus  Australia [27]
2011 Joshua Kennedy
19
Nagoya Grampus  Australia [28]
2012 Hisato Satō
22
Sanfrecce Hiroshima  Japan
2013 Yoshito Ōkubo
26
Kawasaki Frontale  Japan
2014 Yoshito Ōkubo
18
Kawasaki Frontale  Japan
2015 Yoshito Ōkubo
23
Kawasaki Frontale  Japan
2016 Peter Utaka
19
Sanfrecce Hiroshima  Nigeria
Leandro Vissel Kobe  Brazil
2017 Yū Kobayashi
23
Kawasaki Frontale  Japan

Rookie of the year[edit]

The J. League Rookie of the Year is awarded by the J. League to the most outstanding rookie of the season. To be considered a rookie, there are some criteria to meet:

  • a player must be in his first professional year of football (domestically or abroad);
  • a player must have played more than half of the season;
  • in date 2 April of the incumbent season, he has to be under 21 years old;
  • whoever has already won this award, he's excluded from running for it again.

The youngest winner-ever is Takayuki Morimoto: he won the award in 2004 at the age of 16.

Players names shown in bold were also named in the best eleven for that season.

Year Footballer Club Position Nationality Ref[29]
1993 Masaaki Sawanobori Shimizu S-Pulse MF  Japan
1994 Kazuaki Tasaka Bellmare Hiratsuka MF  Japan
1995 Yoshikatsu Kawaguchi Yokohama Marinos GK  Japan
1996 Toshihide Saito Shimizu S-Pulse DF  Japan
1997 Atsushi Yanagisawa Kashima Antlers FW  Japan
1998 Shinji Ono Urawa Red Diamonds MF  Japan
1999 Yuji Nakazawa Verdy Kawasaki DF  Japan
2000 Kazuyuki Morisaki Sanfrecce Hiroshima DF  Japan
2001 Koji Yamase Consadole Sapporo MF  Japan
2002 Keisuke Tsuboi Urawa Red Diamonds DF  Japan
2003 Daisuke Nasu Yokohama F. Marinos DF  Japan
2004 Takayuki Morimoto Tokyo Verdy 1969 FW  Japan
2005 Robert Cullen Jubilo Iwata FW  Japan
2006 Jungo Fujimoto Shimizu S-Pulse MF  Japan
2007 Takanori Sugeno Yokohama FC GK  Japan
2008 Yoshizumi Ogawa Nagoya Grampus MF  Japan
2009 Kazuma Watanabe Yokohama F. Marinos FW  Japan
2010 Takashi Usami Gamba Osaka MF  Japan
2011 Hiroki Sakai Kashiwa Reysol DF  Japan
2012 Gaku Shibasaki Kashima Antlers MF  Japan
2013 Takumi Minamino Cerezo Osaka FW  Japan [30]
2014 Caio Kashima Antlers MF  Brazil
2015 Takuma Asano Sanfrecce Hiroshima FW  Japan
2016 Yosuke Ideguchi Gamba Osaka MF  Japan [31]
2017 Yuta Nakayama Kashiwa Reysol DF  Japan [32]

Manager of the year[edit]

The J. League Manager of the Year is an annual award given to one manager by the J. League based on their performance during the season. In the past, the award usually went to the manager of the champions, though this has varied somewhat over the years. From 2017, the award was modified so that the Manager of the J. League champion wins the J. League Champion Manager of the Year, and a separate J. League Manager of the Year award is given to a Manager from each of the J Leagues (J1, J2 and J3). The list below reflects the award for J1 League Manager of the Year award only.

Year Manager Club Nationality Ref[33]
1993 Yasutaro Matsuki Verdy Kawasaki  Japan
1994 Yasutaro Matsuki Verdy Kawasaki  Japan
1995 Arsène Wenger Nagoya Grampus Eight  France
1996 Nicanor Kashiwa Reysol  Brazil
1997 João Carlos Kashima Antlers  Brazil
1998 Osvaldo Ardiles Shimizu S-Pulse  Argentina
1999 Steve Perryman Shimizu S-Pulse  England
2000 Akira Nishino Kashiwa Reysol  Japan
2001 Masakazu Suzuki Júbilo Iwata  Japan
2002 Masakazu Suzuki Júbilo Iwata  Japan
2003 Takeshi Okada Yokohama F. Marinos  Japan
2004 Takeshi Okada Yokohama F. Marinos  Japan
2005 Akira Nishino Gamba Osaka  Japan
2006 Guido Buchwald Urawa Red Diamonds  Germany [34]
2007 Oswaldo de Oliveira Kashima Antlers  Brazil
2008 Oswaldo de Oliveira Kashima Antlers  Brazil
2009 Oswaldo de Oliveira Kashima Antlers  Brazil
2010 Dragan Stojković Nagoya Grampus  Serbia
2011 Nelsinho Baptista Kashiwa Reysol  Brazil
2012 Hajime Moriyasu Sanfrecce Hiroshima  Japan
2013 Hajime Moriyasu Sanfrecce Hiroshima  Japan
2014 Kenta Hasegawa Gamba Osaka  Japan
2015 Hajime Moriyasu Sanfrecce Hiroshima  Japan
2016 Masatada Ishii Kashima Antlers  Japan
2017 Yoon Jong-hwan Cerezo Osaka  South Korea

Fair-Play award[edit]

The goal is to be under the 1 point-media to win the award. For J. League the limit is 34, while in J. League 2 and J3 League the limit is respectively 42 and 33. In bold the winners of Prince Takamado Cup.

Year J1-winning team J2-winning team J3-winning team
1993 not assigned League non-existing League non-existing
1994
1995
1996
1997 Vissel Kobe
1998 not assigned
1999 not assigned
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007 Gamba Osaka
2008 Shimizu S-Pulse, Gamba Osaka Vegalta Sendai
2009 Jubilo Iwata, Montedio Yamagata Vegalta Sendai
2010 Sanfrecce Hiroshima, Montedio Yamagata, Yokohama F. Marinos not assigned
2011 Gamba Osaka, Montedio Yamagata F.C. Tokyo
2012 Sanfrecce Hiroshima, Kawasaki Frontale not assigned
2013 Sanfrecce Hiroshima, Vegalta Sendai Gamba Osaka, Vissel Kobe,
Matsumoto Yamaga, Fagiano Okayama
2014 Sanfrecce Hiroshima, Vegalta Sendai, Urawa Red Diamonds,
Yokohama F. Marinos, Albirex Niigata, Tokushima Vortis
Montedio Yamagata, Thespakusatsu Gunma, Shonan Bellmare,
Matsumoto Yamaga, Jubilo Iwata, Kyoto Sanga,
Fagiano Okayama, Giravanz Kitakyushu
Fukushima United, Fujieda MYFC, Nagano Parceiro
2015 Sanfrecce Hiroshima, Montedio Yamagata, Kawasaki Frontale,
Yokohama F. Marinos, Ventforet Kofu, Matsumoto Yamaga,
Gamba Osaka, Sagan Tosu
Zweigen Kanazawa, Fagiano Okayama, Tokushima Vortis, Ehime FC, Giravanz Kitakyushu Grulla Morioka, Blaublitz Akita,
Nagano Parceiro
2016 Urawa Red Diamonds, Sagan Tosu, Kashima Antlers, Kawasaki Frontale Shimizu S-Pulse, Giravanz Kitakyushu, Tokushima Vortis, Thespakusatsu Gunma, Fagiano Okayama Grulla Morioka, YSCC Yokohama, Oita Trinita, Fujieda MYFC
2017 Vegalta Sendai, Cerezo Osaka, FC Tokyo, Sagan Tosu, Kawasaki Frontale, Gamba Osaka, Jubilo Iwata Oita Trinita, Matsumoto Yamaga FC, Ehime FC, Tokyo Verdy, Fagiano Okayama, Montedio Yamagata, Zweigen Kanazawa Blaublitz Akita, Azul Claro Numazu, YSCC Yokohama, Cerezo Osaka U-23, Grulla Morioka, Nagano Parceiro, Fukushima United FC

Individual Fair-Play award[edit]

This award was established since 1996.

Year Footballer Position Club Nationality
1996 Masayuki Okano FW Urawa Reds  Japan
1997 Akihiro Nagashima FW Vissel Kobe  Japan
1998 Naoki Soma DF Kashima Antlers  Japan
1999 not assigned
2000 Atsushi Yoneyama DF Tokyo Verdy  Japan
2001 Yuta Minami GK Kashiwa Reysol  Japan
2002 Keisuke Tsuboi DF Urawa Reds  Japan
2003 Yuichi Nemoto DF Vegalta Sendai  Japan
Hitoshi Sogahata GK Kashima Antlers
Naohiro Ishikawa MF F.C. Tokyo
Shohei Ikeda DF Shimizu S-Pulse
2004 Takashi Shimoda GK Sanfrecce Hiroshima  Japan
Yoshinari Takagi GK Yokohama F. Marinos
2005 Teruyuki Moniwa DF F.C. Tokyo  Japan
Masashi Oguro FW Gamba Osaka
2006 Satoru Yamagishi MF JEF United Chiba  Japan
Yuichi Nemoto DF Oita Trinita
2007 Daisuke Sakata FW Yokohama F. Marinos  Japan
Hisato Sato FW Sanfrecce Hiroshima
Teruyoshi Ito MF Shimizu S-Pulse
2008 Yoshikatsu Kawaguchi GK Jubilo Iwata  Japan
2009 Eiji Kawashima GK Kawasaki Frontale  Japan
Kota Hattori MF Sanfrecce Hiroshima
2010 Tomoaki Makino DF Sanfrecce Hiroshima  Japan
2011 Ryang Yong-gi MF Vegalta Sendai  North Korea
Kosuke Ota DF Shimizu S-Pulse  Japan
2012 Hisato Satō FW Sanfrecce Hiroshima  Japan
2013 Yoichiro Kakitani FW Cerezo Osaka  Japan
Hisato Satō FW Sanfrecce Hiroshima
2014 Shusaku Nishikawa GK Urawa Reds  Japan
Masato Kudo FW Kashiwa Reysol
Ryota Morioka MF Vissel Kobe
Yohei Toyoda FW Sagan Tosu
Hiroki Mizumoto DF Sanfrecce Hiroshima
Yasuhiro Hiraoka DF Shimizu S-Pulse
2015 Shogo Taniguchi MF Kawasaki Frontale  Japan
Yuji Nakazawa DF Yokohama F. Marinos
2016 Yota Akimoto GK FC Tokyo  Japan
Yūsuke Tanaka MF Ventforet Kofu
2017 Yuji Nakazawa DF Yokohama F. Marinos  Japan
Yoichiro Kakitani FW Cerezo Osaka
Hiroki Mizumoto DF Sanfrecce Hiroshima

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