Prêmio Craque do Brasileirão

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The Prêmio Craque do Brasileirão (English: Brasileirão Best Player Award) is an award given by the Brazilian Football Confederation (known as CBF) and Rede Globo for the best players, head coaches, and referees of the Série A.[1]

Player of the Year ("Craque do Brasileirão")[edit]

Season Player Position Nationality Club
2005 Carlos Tevez Second striker Argentina Corinthians
2006 Rogério Ceni Goalkeeper Brazil São Paulo
2007 Rogério Ceni Goalkeeper Brazil São Paulo
2008 Hernanes Central midfielder Brazil São Paulo
2009 Diego Souza Attacking midfielder Brazil Palmeiras
2010 Darío Conca Attacking midfielder Argentina Fluminense
2011 Neymar Second striker Brazil Santos
2012 Fred Striker Brazil Fluminense
2013 Éverton Ribeiro Right midfielder Brazil Cruzeiro
2014 Éverton Ribeiro Right midfielder Brazil Cruzeiro
2015 Renato Augusto Central midfielder Brazil Corinthians
2016 Gabriel Jesus Striker Brazil Palmeiras
2017 Striker Brazil Corinthians

Team of the Year[edit]

Winners[edit]

Players marked bold won the "Best Player award" in that respective year.

Season Category
Goalkeeper Defenders Midfielders Forwards
2005[2] Brazil Fábio Costa (Corinthians) Brazil Gabriel (Fluminense)
Paraguay Carlos Gamarra (Palmeiras)
Uruguay Diego Lugano (São Paulo)
Brazil Gustavo Nery (Corinthians)
Brazil Tinga (Internacional)
Brazil Marcelo Mattos (Corinthians)
Serbia Dejan Petković (Fluminense)
Brazil Roger (Corinthians)
Argentina Carlos Tevez (Corinthians)
Brazil Rafael Sóbis (Internacional)
2006[3] Brazil Rogério Ceni (São Paulo) Brazil Souza (São Paulo)
Brazil Fabão (São Paulo)
Brazil Fabiano Eller (Internacional)
Brazil Marcelo (Fluminense)
Brazil Mineiro (São Paulo)
Brazil Lucas Leiva (Grêmio)
Brazil Zé Roberto (Botafogo)
Brazil Renato Abreu (Flamengo)
Brazil Souza (Goiás)
Brazil Fernandão (Internacional)
2007[4] Brazil Rogério Ceni (São Paulo) Brazil Léo Moura (Flamengo)
Brazil Breno (São Paulo)
Brazil Miranda (São Paulo)
Brazil Kléber (Santos)
Brazil Hernanes (São Paulo)
Brazil Richarlyson (São Paulo)
Brazil Ibson (Flamengo)
Chile Jorge Valdivia (Palmeiras)
Brazil Josiel (Paraná)
Uruguay Alberto Acosta (Náutico)
2008[5] Brazil Victor (Grêmio) Brazil Léo Moura (Flamengo)
Brazil Thiago Silva (Fluminense)
Brazil Miranda (São Paulo)
Brazil Juan (Flamengo)
Brazil Ramires (Cruzeiro)
Brazil Hernanes (São Paulo)
Brazil Diego Souza (Palmeiras)
Brazil Alex (Internacional)
Brazil Kléber Pereira (Santos)
Brazil Alex Mineiro (Palmeiras)
2009[6] Brazil Victor (Grêmio) Brazil Jonathan (Cruzeiro)
Brazil André Dias (São Paulo)
Brazil Miranda (São Paulo)
Brazil Júlio César (Goiás)
Brazil Hernanes (São Paulo)
Argentina Pablo Guiñazú (Internacional)
Serbia Dejan Petković (Flamengo)
Brazil Diego Souza (Palmeiras)
Brazil Diego Tardelli (Atlético Mineiro)
Brazil Adriano (Flamengo)
2010[7] Brazil Fábio (Cruzeiro) Brazil Mariano (Fluminense)
Brazil Dedé (Vasco da Gama)
Brazil Miranda (São Paulo)
Brazil Roberto Carlos (Corinthians)
Brazil Elias (Corinthians)
Brazil Jucilei (Corinthians)
Argentina Walter Montillo (Cruzeiro)
Argentina Darío Conca (Fluminense)
Brazil Jonas (Grêmio)
Brazil Neymar (Santos)
2011[8] Brazil Jefferson (Botafogo) Brazil Fagner (Vasco da Gama)
Brazil Dedé (Vasco da Gama)
Brazil Réver (Atlético Mineiro)
Brazil Bruno Cortez (Botafogo)
Brazil Paulinho (Corinthians)
Brazil Ralf (Corinthians)
Brazil Diego Souza (Vasco da Gama)
Brazil Ronaldinho (Flamengo)
Brazil Fred (Fluminense)
Brazil Neymar (Santos)
2012[9] Brazil Diego Cavalieri (Fluminense) Brazil Marcos Rocha (Atlético Mineiro)
Brazil Leonardo Silva (Atlético Mineiro)
Brazil Réver (Atlético Mineiro)
Brazil Carlinhos (Fluminense)
Brazil Jean (Fluminense)
Brazil Paulinho (Corinthians)
Brazil Lucas (São Paulo)
Brazil Ronaldinho (Flamengo, Atlético Mineiro)
Brazil Fred (Fluminense)
Brazil Neymar (Santos)
2013[10] Brazil Fábio (Cruzeiro) Brazil Marcos Rocha (Atlético Mineiro)
Brazil Dedé (Cruzeiro)
Brazil Manoel (Atlético Paranaense)
Brazil Alex Telles (Grêmio)
Brazil Elias (Flamengo)
Brazil Nílton (Cruzeiro)
Brazil Éverton Ribeiro (Cruzeiro)
Brazil Paulo Baier (Atlético Paranaense)
Brazil Walter (Goiás)
Brazil Éderson (Atlético Paranaense)
2014[11] Brazil Jefferson (Botafogo) Brazil Marcos Rocha (Atlético Mineiro)
Brazil Dedé (Cruzeiro)
Brazil Gil (Corinthians)
Brazil Egídio (Cruzeiro)
Brazil Souza (São Paulo)
Brazil Lucas Silva (Cruzeiro)
Brazil Éverton Ribeiro (Cruzeiro)
Brazil Ricardo Goulart (Cruzeiro)
Brazil Diego Tardelli (Atlético Mineiro)
Peru Paolo Guerrero (Corinthians)
2015[12][13] Brazil Cássio (Corinthians) Brazil Rafael Galhardo (Grêmio)
Brazil Gil (Corinthians)
Brazil Jemerson (Atlético Mineiro)
Brazil Douglas Santos (Atlético Mineiro)
Brazil Elias (Corinthians)
Brazil Rafael Carioca (Atlético Mineiro)
Brazil Jádson (Corinthians)
Brazil Renato Augusto (Corinthians)
Brazil Ricardo Oliveira (Santos)
Brazil Luan (Grêmio)
2016[14][15] Brazil Jailson (Palmeiras) Brazil Jean (Palmeiras)
Brazil Pedro Geromel (Grêmio)
Colombia Yerry Mina (Palmeiras)
Brazil Jorge (Flamengo)
Brazil Moisés (Palmeiras)
Brazil Tchê Tchê (Palmeiras)
Brazil Diego (Flamengo)
Brazil Robinho (Atlético Mineiro)
Brazil Gabriel Jesus (Palmeiras)
Brazil Dudu (Palmeiras)
2017[16] Brazil Vanderlei (Santos) Brazil Fagner (Corinthians)
Brazil Pedro Geromel (Grêmio)
Paraguay Fabián Balbuena (Corinthians)
Brazil Guilherme Arana (Corinthians)
Brazil Bruno Silva (Botafogo)
Brazil Arthur (Grêmio)
Brazil Hernanes (São Paulo)
Brazil Thiago Neves (Cruzeiro)
Brazil Henrique Dourado (Fluminense)
Brazil (Corinthians)

Most appearances[edit]

Player Apps Years Club(s)
1 Brazil Miranda 4 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 São Paulo
Brazil Hernanes 4 2007, 2008, 2009, 2017 São Paulo
Brazil Dedé 4 2010, 2011, 2013, 2014 Vasco da Gama, Cruzeiro
4 Brazil Diego Souza 3 2008, 2009, 2011 Palmeiras, Vasco da Gama
Brazil Neymar 3 2010, 2011, 2012 Santos
Brazil Elias 3 2010, 2013, 2015 Corinthians, Flamengo
Brazil Marcos Rocha 3 2012, 2013, 2014 Atlético Mineiro
8 15 players 2 2006–

Additional categories[edit]

Best Fan's Player ("Craque da Galera")[edit]

Season Player Team
2006 Brazil Renato Abreu Flamengo
2007 Brazil Rogério Ceni São Paulo
2008 Brazil Thiago Silva Fluminense
2009 Argentina Darío Conca Fluminense
2010 Argentina Darío Conca Fluminense
2011 Brazil Dedé Vasco da Gama
2012 Brazil Ronaldinho Atlético Mineiro
2013 Brazil Hernane Flamengo
2014 Brazil Rogério Ceni São Paulo
2015 Brazil Nenê Vasco da Gama
2016 Brazil Danilo Chapecoense
2017 Brazil Hernanes São Paulo

Top goalscorer[edit]

Season Player Team Goals
2005 Brazil Romário Vasco da Gama 22
2006 Brazil Souza Goiás 17
2007 Brazil Josiel Paraná 20
2008 Brazil Keirrison Coritiba 21
Brazil Kléber Pereira Santos
Brazil Washington Fluminense
2009 Brazil Adriano Flamengo 19
Brazil Diego Tardelli Atlético Mineiro
2010 Brazil Jonas Grêmio 23
2011 Brazil Borges Santos 23
2012 Brazil Fred Fluminense 20
2013 Brazil Éderson Atlético Paranaense 21
2014 Brazil Fred Fluminense 18
2015 Brazil Ricardo Oliveira Santos 20
2016 Brazil Diego Souza Sport Recife 14
Brazil Fred Atlético Mineiro
Brazil William Pottker Ponte Preta
2017 Brazil Henrique Dourado Fluminense 18
Brazil Corinthians

Best Newcomer[edit]

Season Player Team
2007 Brazil Breno São Paulo
2008 Brazil Keirrison Coritiba
2009 Brazil Fernandinho Grêmio Barueri
2010 Brazil Bruno César Corinthians
2011 Brazil Wellington Nem Figueirense
2012 Brazil Bernard Atlético Mineiro
2013 Brazil Marcelo Cirino Atlético Paranaense
2014 Brazil Erik Goiás
2015 Brazil Gabriel Jesus Palmeiras
2016 Brazil Vitor Bueno Santos
2017 Brazil Arthur Grêmio

Best Foreign Player[edit]

Season Player Team
2015 Argentina Lucas Pratto Atlético Mineiro

Most Beautiful Goal[edit]

Season Player Team
2015 Brazil Lucca Corinthians
2016 Brazil Zé Roberto Palmeiras
2017 Brazil Hernanes São Paulo

Most Beautiful Save[edit]

Season Player Team
2017 Brazil Vanderlei Santos

Fair Play award[edit]

Season Team
2013 Vitória
2014 Atlético Paranaense
2015 Corinthians
2017 Grêmio

Most Supporting Fans[edit]

Season Team
2007 Flamengo
2008 Corinthians
2009 Flamengo
2010 Bahia
2017 Sport do Recife

Best Referee[edit]

Season Winner
2005 Brazil Leonardo Gaciba
2006 Brazil Leonardo Gaciba
2007 Brazil Leonardo Gaciba
2008 Brazil Leonardo Gaciba
2009 Brazil Héber Roberto Lopes
2010 Brazil Sandro Ricci
2011 Brazil Sandro Ricci
2012 Brazil Nielson Nogueira Dias
2013 Brazil Paulo César de Oliveira
2014 Brazil Ricardo Marques
2015 Brazil Anderson Daronco
2016 Brazil Raphael Claus
2017 Brazil Raphael Claus

Coaching awards[edit]

Best Coach[edit]

Season Coach Team
2005 Brazil Muricy Ramalho Internacional
2006 Brazil Muricy Ramalho São Paulo
2007 Brazil Muricy Ramalho São Paulo
2008 Brazil Muricy Ramalho São Paulo
2009 Brazil Andrade Flamengo
2010 Brazil Muricy Ramalho Fluminense
2011 Brazil Ricardo Gomes Vasco da Gama
Brazil Cristóvão Vasco da Gama
2012 Brazil Abel Braga Vasco da Gama
2013 Brazil Marcelo Oliveira Cruzeiro
2014 Brazil Marcelo Oliveira Cruzeiro
2015 Brazil Tite Corinthians
2016 Brazil Cuca Palmeiras
2017 Brazil Fábio Carille Corinthians

Breakthrough Coach[edit]

Season Coach Team
2016 Brazil Jair Ventura Botafogo
2017 Brazil Fábio Carille Corinthians

Tribute[edit]

Season Winner
2005 Brazil Zagallo
2006 Brazil Djalma Santos
2007 Brazil Nílton Santos
Brazil Romário (Vasco da Gama)
2017 Brazil Zagallo

Hosts[edit]

Year Host
2005 Theatro Municipal
2006 Theatro Municipal
2007 Theatro Municipal
2008 Vivo Rio
2009 Vivo Rio
2010 Theatro Municipal
2011 Auditório Ibirapuera
2012 HSBC Brasil, São Paulo

Statistics[edit]

Awards Club
27 São Paulo (state) São Paulo
23 São Paulo (state) Corinthians
21 Rio de Janeiro (state) Fluminense
19 Minas Gerais Atlético Mineiro
17 Minas Gerais Cruzeiro
São Paulo (state) Palmeiras
15 Rio de Janeiro (state) Flamengo
11 São Paulo (state) Santos
8 Rio Grande do Sul Grêmio
Rio de Janeiro (state) Vasco da Gama
7 Rio Grande do Sul Internacional
5 Paraná (state) Atlético Paranaense
Rio de Janeiro (state) Botafogo
Goiás Goiás
2 Paraná (state) Coritiba
Paraná (state) Paraná
1 São Paulo (state) Barueri
Santa Catarina (state) Chapecoense
Santa Catarina (state) Figueirense
Pernambuco Náutico
São Paulo (state) Ponte Preta
Pernambuco Sport

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  2. ^ "Em 2005, melhores do Campeonato Brasileiro recebem prêmio Craque do Brasileirão" (in Portuguese). Globo Esporte. December 6, 2005. Retrieved September 29, 2016. 
  3. ^ "Campeão, São Paulo domina a seleção do Brasileiro" (in Portuguese). Terra. December 4, 2006. Retrieved June 21, 2009. 
  4. ^ "São Paulo domina premiação da CBF" (in Portuguese). Globo Esporte. December 3, 2007. Retrieved June 21, 2009. 
  5. ^ "Hexacampeão, São Paulo domina também o Prêmio Craque Brasileirão" (in Portuguese). Globo Esporte. December 8, 2008. Retrieved June 21, 2009. 
  6. ^ "Hexacampeão, Flamengo Flamengo recebe troféu de campeão nacional" (in Portuguese). Globo Esporte. December 8, 2009. Retrieved December 9, 2009. 
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  8. ^ "Os eleitos do Prêmio Craque do Brasileirão!" (in Portuguese). Lance!. December 6, 2011. Retrieved December 24, 2011. 
  9. ^ "Conheça os grandes vencedores do futebol brasileiro" [Meet the big winners of Brazilian football] (in Portuguese). CBF. November 23, 2012. Retrieved November 23, 2012. 
  10. ^ "Seleção do Campeonato Brasileiro Série A 2013" [Best eleven of 2013 Brazilian League] (in Portuguese). CBF. December 9, 2013. Retrieved December 9, 2013. 
  11. ^ "Éverton Ribeiro leva o bi no Craque do Brasileirão; veja lista de premiados" (in Portuguese). sportv.com. December 1, 2014. Retrieved December 1, 2014. 
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  13. ^ "Emocionado, Renato Augusto pede aplauso a Jadson no prêmio de craque". SporTV (in Portuguese). December 8, 2015. Retrieved December 8, 2015. 
  14. ^ "Prêmio Brasileirão define seleção do campeonato" (in Portuguese). Confederação Brasileira de Futebol. 12 December 2016. Retrieved 12 December 2016. 
  15. ^ "Prêmio Brasileirão 2016: Gabriel Jesus, Palmeiras" (in Portuguese). Confederação Brasileira de Futebol. 12 December 2016. Retrieved 12 December 2016. 
  16. ^ "Corinthians domina seleção do Brasileiro e tem quatro jogadores entre os melhores" [Corinthians dominate Brasileiro's Team of the Year and have four players amongst the best] (in Portuguese). GloboEsporte.com. 4 December 2017. Retrieved 4 December 2017.