Ubaldo Fillol Award
The Ubaldo Fillol Award (from the Spanish: Premio Ubaldo Fillol) is a football award that goes to the goalkeeper with the lowest goals-to-games ratio of each tournament of the Argentine Primera División. The award was created by Argentine World Cup winning goalkeeper Ubaldo Fillol in 2008, and is named after him. Since the 2009 Clausura tournament, the Argentine Football Association recognizes the award as official.
To win the award, a goalkeeper has to play at least 14 games in the tournament (over the 19 possible). Only matches in which the goalkeeper plays at least 60 minutes are accounted. The result obtained from dividing the total goals conceded by the total games played by the keeper determines the standings, with the lowest average winning the award. In case more than one goalkeeper share the lowest average, the winner will be the one who played more games. If that does not break the tie, it will be defined via an online opinion poll in Ubaldo Fillol's official website.
- Ubaldo Fillol's official website (Spanish)