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The FA England Awards

The FA England Awards
The FA England Awards logo
First awarded 2003
Official website http://www.thefa.com

The FA England Awards is an award ceremony hosted by The Football Association. The inaugural edition took place on 3 February 2013.

Contents

  • Senior Men’s Player of the Year 1
    • By player 1.1
    • By club 1.2
  • Senior Women’s Player of the Year 2
  • England Men’s U21 Player of the Year 3
  • England Women’s U23 Player of the Year 4
  • England Men’s Youth Player of the Year 5
  • England Women’s Youth Player of the Year 6
  • Disability Player of the Year 7
  • Club England Team of the Year 8
  • England C Player of the Year 9
  • Lifetime Achievement Award 10
  • Brian Woolnough Writers’ Award 11
  • References 12

Senior Men’s Player of the Year

The Senior Men’s Player of the Year is a football award presented by The FA to the most outstanding performers of the England national team. The award is given out at the end of the calendar year and is decided by an online poll by England fans on FA.com.

Below is a list of all the recipients of this award:

Year Place Player Playing position Club Source
2003 1st David Beckham Midfielder Manchester United
2nd Wayne Rooney Forward Everton
3rd Frank Lampard Midfielder Chelsea
2004 1st Frank Lampard Midfielder Chelsea
2nd Wayne Rooney Forward Manchester United
3rd Steven Gerrard Midfielder Liverpool
2005 1st Frank Lampard Midfielder Chelsea
2006 1st Owen Hargreaves Midfielder Bayern Munich
2nd Steven Gerrard Midfielder Liverpool
2007 1st Steven Gerrard Midfielder Liverpool [1]
2nd Micah Richards Defender Manchester City
2008 1st Wayne Rooney Forward Manchester United [2]
2nd Gareth Barry Midfielder Aston Villa
3rd Theo Walcott Midfielder Arsenal
2009 1st Wayne Rooney Forward Manchester United [3]
2010 1st Ashley Cole Defender Chelsea [4]
2nd Steven Gerrard Midfielder Liverpool
3rd Adam Johnson Midfielder Manchester City
2011 1st Scott Parker Midfielder Tottenham Hotspur [5]
2nd Joe Hart Goalkeeper Manchester City
3rd Ashley Young Midfielder Manchester United
2012 1st Steven Gerrard Midfielder Liverpool [6]
2nd Danny Welbeck Forward Manchester United
3rd Ashley Cole Defender Chelsea

By player

Player Total Years
Lampard, FrankFrank Lampard 2 2004, 2005
Gerrard, StevenSteven Gerrard 2 2007, 2012
Rooney, WayneWayne Rooney 2 2008, 2009
Beckham, DavidDavid Beckham 1 2003
Cole, AshleyAshley Cole 1 2010
Hargreaves, OwenOwen Hargreaves 1 2006
Parker, ScottScott Parker 1 2011

By club

Team Total Years
Chelsea 3 2004, 2005, 2010
Manchester United 3 2003, 2008, 2009
Liverpool 2 2007, 2012
Bayern Munich 1 2006
Tottenham Hotspur 1 2011

Senior Women’s Player of the Year

Year Place Player Playing position Club Source
2012 1 Stephanie Houghton Defender Arsenal Ladies [7]
2 Casey Stoney Defender Lincoln Ladies
3 Jill Scott Midfielder Everton Ladies

England Men’s U21 Player of the Year

Year Place Player Playing position Club Source
2012 1 Jordan Henderson Midfield Liverpool F.C [8]
2 Martin Kelly Defender Liverpool F.C
3 Wilfried Zaha Midfielder Manchester United

England Women’s U23 Player of the Year

Year Place Player Playing position Club Source
2012 1 Toni Duggan Striker Everton Ladies [9]
2 Jordan Nobbs Midfielder Arsenal Ladies
3 Gemma Bonner Defender Liverpool Ladies

England Men’s Youth Player of the Year

Year Place Player Playing position Club Source
2012 1 Nathaniel Chalobah Defender Watford F.C. (loan from Chelsea F.C.) [10]
2 Will Hughes Midfielder Derby County F.C.
3 John Lundstram Midfielder Everton F.C.

England Women’s Youth Player of the Year

Year Place Player Playing position Club Source
2012 1 Alex Greenwood Midfielder Everton Ladies [11]
2 Leah Williamson Defender Arsenal Ladies
3 Sherry McCue Midfielder Aston Villa Ladies

Disability Player of the Year

Year Place Player Playing position Club Source
2012 1 Ibrahima Diallo Midfielder Team GB 7-a-side [12]
2 Daniel English Defender Team GB 5-a-side
3 Josh Pugh England Partially Sighted Team

Club England Team of the Year

Year Winner Source
2012 England Women [13]

England C Player of the Year

Year Place Player Playing position Club Source
2012 1 Jamie Turley Defender Forest Green Rovers F.C. [14]
2 Scott Spencer Striker Hyde F.C.
3 Kieron Forbes Midfielder Forest Green Rovers F.C.

Lifetime Achievement Award

Year Name Team Source
2012 David Clarke Team GB [15]

Brian Woolnough Writers’ Award

Year Name Media outlet Source
2012 Matt Lawton Daily Mail [16]

References

  1. ^ 2007 Player of the Year, 5 February 2008, TheFA.com
  2. ^ Rooney voted Player of the Year, 30 March 2009, TheFA.com
  3. ^ Wayne Rooney Wins England Player of the Year Award for 2009, 1 March 2010, http://bleacherreport.com
  4. ^ Cole voted England Player of 2010, 7 February 2011, TheFA.com
  5. ^ VIDEO: Parker voted England's Player of 2011, 27 February 2012, TheFA.com
  6. ^ Gerrard crowned Player of the Year, 3 February 2013, TheFA.com
  7. ^ Steph is the pick of 2012, 3 February 2013, TheFA.com
  8. ^ Jordan scoops U21s gong, 3 February 2013, TheFA.com
  9. ^ Steph is the pick of 2012, 3 February 2013, TheFA.com
  10. ^ Chalobah lands award, 3 February 2013, TheFA.com
  11. ^ Steph is the pick of 2012, 3 February 2013, TheFA.com
  12. ^ Lifetime Award for Clarke, 3 February 2013, TheFA.com
  13. ^ Club England Team of the Year, 3 February 2013, TheFA.com
  14. ^ Chalobah lands award, 3 February 2013, TheFA.com
  15. ^ Lifetime Award for Clarke, 3 February 2013, TheFA.com
  16. ^ Steph is the pick of 2012, 3 February 2013, TheFA.com
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