Slovak Footballer of the Year

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The award was first presented in 1965, as an award for the whole of Czechoslovakia (Czechoslovak Footballer of the Year). It was won by Ján Popluhár.[1]

Ján Popluhár Award[edit]

Slovak Footballer of the Year an annual title awarded to the best Slovak football player of the year since 1993.

Year 1st, gold medalist(s) Club 2nd, silver medalist(s) Club 3rd, bronze medalist(s) Club
1993 Peter Dubovský Slovakia Slovan Bratislava
Spain Real Madrid
Ľubomír Moravčík France Saint-Étienne Ľubomír Luhový Slovakia Inter Bratislava
1994 Vladimír Kinder Slovakia Slovan Bratislava Dušan Tittel Slovakia Slovan Bratislava Peter Dubovský Spain Real Madrid
1995 Dušan Tittel Slovakia Slovan Bratislava Ladislav Molnár Slovakia Slovan Bratislava Peter Dubovský Spain Real Madrid
Spain Real Oviedo
1996 Dušan Tittel Slovakia Slovan Bratislava Peter Dubovský Spain Real Oviedo Július Šimon Slovakia Spartak Trnava
1997 Dušan Tittel Slovakia Slovan Bratislava
Slovakia Spartak Trnava
Jozef Majoroš Czech Republic Petra Drnovice Tibor Jančula Slovakia Slovan Bratislava
Germany Fortuna Düsseldorf
1998 Jozef Majoroš Czech Republic Petra Drnovice
Slovakia Slovan Bratislava
Miroslav König Slovakia Slovan Bratislava Dušan Tittel Slovakia Spartak Trnava
1999 Vladimír Labant Czech Republic Slavia Prague
Czech Republic Sparta Prague
Ľubomír Moravčík Scotland Celtic Glasgow Miroslav Karhan Slovakia Spartak Trnava
Spain Real Betis
2000 Szilárd Németh Slovakia Inter Bratislava Stanislav Varga Slovakia Slovan Bratislava
England Sunderland
Vratislav Greško Germany Bayer Leverkusen
Italy Inter Milan
2001 Ľubomír Moravčík Scotland Celtic Glasgow Vladimír Labant Czech Republic Sparta Prague Miroslav Karhan Turkey Beşiktaş
Germany Wolfsburg
2002 Miroslav Karhan Germany Wolfsburg Vladimír Janočko Austria Austria Vienna Szilárd Németh England Middlesbrough
2003 Vladimír Janočko Austria Austria Vienna Szilárd Németh England Middlesbrough Marek Mintál Slovakia Žilina
Germany 1. FC Nürnberg
2004 Marek Mintál Germany 1. FC Nürnberg Róbert Vittek Germany 1. FC Nürnberg Miroslav Karhan Germany Wolfsburg
2005 Marek Mintál Germany 1. FC Nürnberg Kamil Čontofalský Russia Zenit St. Petersburg Miroslav Karhan Germany Wolfsburg
2006 Róbert Vittek Germany 1. FC Nürnberg Martin Škrtel Russia Zenit St. Petersburg Marek Sapara Slovakia Ružomberok
Norway Rosenborg
2007 Martin Škrtel Russia Zenit St. Petersburg Marek Hamšík Italy Brescia
Italy Napoli
Marek Čech Portugal FC Porto
2008 Martin Škrtel England FC Liverpool Marek Hamšík Italy Napoli Stanislav Šesták Slovakia Žilina
Germany Bochum
2009 Marek Hamšík Italy Napoli Stanislav Šesták Germany Bochum Ján Mucha Poland Legia Warsaw
2010 Marek Hamšík Italy Napoli Róbert Vittek France Lille
Turkey Ankaragücü
Martin Škrtel England FC Liverpool
2011 Martin Škrtel England FC Liverpool Marek Hamšík Italy Napoli Juraj Kucka Italy Genoa
2012 Martin Škrtel England FC Liverpool Marek Hamšík Italy Napoli Marek Sapara Turkey Trabzonspor
2013 Marek Hamšík Italy Napoli Martin Škrtel England FC Liverpool Juraj Kucka Italy Genoa
2014 Marek Hamšík Italy Napoli Martin Škrtel England FC Liverpool Ján Ďurica Russia FC Lokomotiv Moscow
2015 Marek Hamšík Italy Napoli Martin Škrtel England FC Liverpool Juraj Kucka Italy Genoa
Italy A.C. Milan
2016 Marek Hamšík Italy Napoli Martin Škrtel England FC Liverpool
Turkey Fenerbahçe
Róbert Mak Greece PAOK
Russia Zenit St. Petersburg
2017 Marek Hamšík Italy Napoli Milan Škriniar Italy U.C. Sampdoria
Italy Inter Milan
Stanislav Lobotka Denmark FC Nordsjælland
Spain Celta de Vigo

Peter Dubovský Award[edit]

Peter Dubovský Award an annual title awarded to the best under 21 Slovak football of the year. Trophy is announced since year 2000 together with Slovak Footballer of the Year trophy.[2]

Year 1st, gold medalist(s) Club 2nd, silver medalist(s) Club 3rd, bronze medalist(s) Club
2000 Ľubomír Meszároš Slovakia Slovan Bratislava
2001 Róbert Vittek Slovakia Slovan Bratislava Mário Breška Slovakia Matador Púchov Stanislav Šesták Slovakia Tatran Prešov
2002 Róbert Vittek Slovakia Slovan Bratislava Juraj Halenár Slovakia Inter Bratislava Martin Ďurica
Branislav Obžera
Slovakia Žilina
Slovakia Slovan Bratislava
2003 Roland Števko Slovakia Ružomberok Milan Ivana Slovakia Trenčín Filip Šebo Germany 1. FC Köln II/
Slovakia Inter Bratislava
2004 Milan Ivana Czech Republic Slovácko Marek Čech
Martin Škrtel
Slovakia Inter / Czech Republic Sparta
Slovakia Trenčín / Russia Zenit
Roland Števko Slovakia Ružomberok
2005 Martin Škrtel Russia Zenit St. Petersburg Filip Hološko Czech Republic Slovan Liberec Erik Jendrišek Slovakia Ružomberok
2006 Dušan Švento Czech Republic Slavia Prague Erik Jendrišek Slovakia Ružomberok/
Germany Hannover 96
Adam Nemec Slovakia Žilina
2007 Marek Hamšík Italy Brescia/
Italy Napoli
Pavol Jurčo
Peter Pekarík
Slovakia Košice
Slovakia Žilina
Filip Hlohovský
Peter Kleščík
Juraj Kucka
Lukáš Opiela
Jakub Sylvestr
Martin Tóth
Slovakia Trenčín
Slovakia Trenčín
Slovakia Ružomberok
Czech Republic Tescoma Zlín
Slovakia Slovan Bratislava
Slovakia Nitra
2008 Marek Hamšík Italy Napoli Juraj Kucka
Miroslav Stoch
Slovakia Ružomberok
England FC Chelsea
Ľuboš Kamenár Slovakia Artmedia Petržalka
2009 Miroslav Stoch England Chelsea/
Netherlands Twente
Vladimír Weiss England Manchester City Erik Grendel
Jakub Sylvestr
Slovakia Dubnica & Slovakia Slovan
Slovakia Artmedia & Slovakia Slovan
2010 Miroslav Stoch England Chelsea/
Turkey Fenerbahçe
Vladimír Weiss England Bolton Wanderers/
Scotland Glasgow Rangers
Jakub Sylvestr Slovakia Slovan Bratislava/
Croatia Dinamo Zagreb
2011 Róbert Mak Germany 1. FC Nürnberg Filip Kiss Slovakia Slovan Bratislava/
England Cardiff City
Milan Lalkovič England Chelsea/
England Doncaster Rovers
2012 Róbert Mak Germany 1. FC Nürnberg Norbert Gyömbér Slovakia Dukla Banská Bystrica Ján Greguš
Lukáš Pauschek
Michal Obročník
Oliver Práznovský
Czech Republic Baník Ostrava
Slovakia Slovan Bratislava
Slovakia Rim. Sobota / Slovakia ViOn
Slovakia Ružomberok
2013 Norbert Gyömbér Slovakia Dukla Banská Bystrica/
Italy Catania
Ondrej Duda Slovakia MFK Košice Branislav Niňaj Slovakia Slovan Bratislava
2014 Ondrej Duda Slovakia MFK Košice/
PolandLegia Warsaw
Adam Zreľák Slovakia Ružomberok Patrik Hrošovský
Branislav Niňaj
Stanislav Lobotka
Dobrivoj Rusov
Czech Republic Viktoria Plzeň
Slovakia Slovan Bratislava
Netherlands Jong Ajax / Slovakia Trenčín
Slovakia Spartak Trnava
2015 Matúš Bero Slovakia Trenčín Ondrej Duda PolandLegia Warsaw Stanislav Lobotka Slovakia Trenčín/
Denmark Nordsjaelland
2016 Milan Škriniar Italy Sampdoria Matúš Bero Slovakia Trenčín/
Turkey Trabzonspor
Nikolas Špalek Slovakia Žilina
2017[3] Denis Vavro Slovakia MŠK Žilina/
Denmark F.C. Copenhagen
László Bénes Germany Mönchengladbach Samuel Mráz Slovakia Žilina

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