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Futsal Awards

At the end of each year, several awards are attributed to the players and teams which have distinguished from the rest, in different aspects of futsal by the UMBRO and since 2012 by AGLA. There are ten awards listed below.

Contents

  • Best Player of the World 1
  • Best Goalkeeper of the World 2
  • Best National Team Coach of the World (Dimitri Nicolaou Award) 3
  • Best National Team of the World 4
  • Best Club Coach of the World 5
  • Best Club of the World 6
  • Best Young Player of the World 7
  • Best Referee of the World 8
  • Best Woman Player of the World 9
  • Notes and references 10

Best Player of the World

Year Winner Team
2000 Manoel Tobias Vasco da Gama
2001 Manoel Tobias Malwee/Jaraguá
2002 Manoel Tobias FS Cartagena
2003 Adriano Foglia Arzignano Grifo
2004 Falcão Malwee/Jaraguá
2005 Javi Rodríguez Playas de Castellón
2006 Falcão Malwee/Jaraguá
2007 Shayakhmetov MFK Viz-Sinara
2008 Schumacher Inter FS
2009 Kike ElPozo Murcia
2010 Ricardinho Benfica
2011 Falcão Santos/Cortiana
2012 Falcão ADC Intelli Orlândia
2013 Sergio Lozano FC Barcelona Alusport
2014 Ricardinho Inter Movistar

Best Goalkeeper of the World

Year Winner
2003 Luis Amado
2004 Luis Amado
2005 Not assigned
2006 Not assigned
2007 Tiago
2008 Sergey Zuev
2009 Santiago Elías
2010 Mostafa Nazari
2011 Stefano Mammarella
2012 Stefano Mammarella
2013 Gustavo
2014 Stefano Mammarella

Best National Team Coach of the World (Dimitri Nicolaou Award)

Year Winner
2003 Javier Lozano Cid
2004 Javier Lozano Cid
2005 Not assigned
2006 Not assigned
2007 José Venancio López
2008 Paulo César de Oliveira
2009 Hossein Shams
2010 José Venancio López
2011 Marcos Sorato
2012 José Venancio López
2013 Ney Pereira
2014 Roberto Menichelli

Best National Team of the World

Year Winner
2003 Italy
2004 Spain
2005 Not assigned
2006 Not assigned
2007 Brazil
2008 Brazil
2009 Iran
2010 Spain
2011 Brazil
2012 Brazil
2013 Brazil
2014 Brazil

Best Club Coach of the World

Year Winner
2004 Jesús Candelas
2005 Not assigned
2006 Not assigned
2007 Fernando Ferretti
2008 Jesús Candelas
2009 Paulo Mussalem
2010 Fernando Ferretti
2011 Fulvio Colini
2012 Marc Carmona
2013 Tino Pérez
2014 Jesús Velasco Tejada

Best Club of the World

Year Winner
2004 Boomerang Interviú
2005 Not assigned
2006 Not assigned
2007 Club Social y Deportivo Pinocho
2008 Malwee Futsal
2009 Carlos Barbosa
2010 Malwee Futsal
2011 Montesilvano
2012 Barcelona Alusport
2013 ADC Intelli Orlândia
2014 Barcelona Alusport

Best Young Player of the World

Year Winner
2004 Fernandinho
2005 Not assigned
2006 Not assigned
2007 Jesús Herrero
2008 Dmitri Prudnikov
2009 Thiaguinho
2010 Aicardo
2011 Sergio Lozano
2012 Alex
2013 Ferrão
2014 Adolfo Fernández

Best Referee of the World

Year Winner
2004 Pedro Galán Nieto
2005 Not assigned
2006 Not assigned
2007 Antonio Cardoso
2008 Karoly Torok
2009 Michel Jean Bonnaud
2010 Danijel Janosevic
2011 Vadim Baratov
2012 Fernando Gutiérrez Lumbreras
2013 Fernando Gutiérrez Lumbreras
2014 Alessandro Malfer

Best Woman Player of the World

Year Winner
2007 Eva Manguán
2008 Cilene
2009 Alina Gorobets
2010 Vanessa
2011 Vanessa
2012 Vanessa
2013
2014 Amandinha

Notes and references

  • UMBRO Futsal Awards on futsalplanet.com
  • 2014 voting results
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