AFC Annual Awards

The AFC Annual Awards are awards given by the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) to the most outstanding performers of the Asian football season. The awards are presented at the end of each year at a special gala.

Player awardsEdit

Player of the YearEdit

The Asian Footballer of the Year award has been presented to the best football player from Asia since 1988. The winners from 1988 to 1992 were chosen by IFFHS.

Year Player Nation Club
1994 Saeed Al-Owairan   Saudi Arabia   Al-Shabab
1995 Masami Ihara   Japan   Yokohama Marinos
1996 Khodadad Azizi   Iran   Bahman
1997 Hidetoshi Nakata   Japan   Bellmare
1998 Hidetoshi Nakata   Japan   Perugia
1999 Ali Daei   Iran   Bayern Munich
2000 Nawaf Al Temyat   Saudi Arabia   Al Hilal
2001 Fan Zhiyi   China PR   Dundee
2002 Shinji Ono   Japan   Feyenoord
2003 Mehdi Mahdavikia   Iran   Hamburger SV
2004 Ali Karimi   Iran   Al-Ahli
2005 Hamad Al-Montashari   Saudi Arabia   Al-Ittihad
2006 Khalfan Ibrahim   Qatar   Al-Sadd
2007 Yasser Al-Qahtani   Saudi Arabia   Al Hilal
2008 Server Djeparov   Uzbekistan   Bunyodkor
2009 Yasuhito Endō   Japan   Gamba Osaka
2010 Saša Ognenovski   Australia   Seongnam Ilhwa Chunma
2011 Server Djeparov   Uzbekistan   Al-Shabab
2012 Lee Keun-ho[1]   South Korea   Ulsan Hyundai
2013 Zheng Zhi[2]   China PR   Guangzhou Evergrande
2014[3] Nasser Al-Shamrani[4]   Saudi Arabia   Al-Hilal
2015[5] Ahmed Khalil[6]   United Arab Emirates   Al-Ahli
2016[7] Omar Abdulrahman[8]   United Arab Emirates   Al-Ain
2017[9] Omar Kharbin[10]   Syria   Al-Hilal
2018 Abdelkarim Hassan   Qatar   Al-Sadd
2019[11] Akram Afif[12]   Qatar   Al-Sadd
2020 Cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic

Asian International Player of the YearEdit

Year Player Nation Club
2012 Shinji Kagawa[13]   Japan   Manchester United
2013 Yuto Nagatomo[14]   Japan   Inter Milan
2014[3] Mile Jedinak[15]   Australia   Crystal Palace
2015[5] Son Heung-min[16]   South Korea   Tottenham Hotspur
2016[7] Shinji Okazaki[17]   Japan   Leicester City
2017[9] Son Heung-min[18]   South Korea   Tottenham Hotspur
2018 Makoto Hasebe   Japan   Eintracht Frankfurt
2019[11] Son Heung-min[19]   South Korea   Tottenham Hotspur
2020 Cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic

Women's Player of the YearEdit

Year Player Nation Club
1999 Sun Wen   China PR   Shanghai SVA
2003 Bai Jie   China PR   Washington Freedom
2004 Homare Sawa   Japan   NTV Beleza
2005 Natsuko Hara   Japan   NTV Beleza
2006 Ma Xiaoxu   China PR   Dalian Shide
2007 Ri Kum-suk   North Korea   4.25
2008 Homare Sawa   Japan   NTV Beleza
2010 Kate Gill   Australia   Perth Glory
2011 Aya Miyama   Japan   Okayama Yunogo Belle
2012 Aya Miyama[20]   Japan   Okayama Yunogo Belle
2013 Not awarded
2014[3] Katrina Gorry[21]   Australia   Kansas City
2015[5] Aya Miyama[22]   Japan   Okayama Yunogo Belle
2016[7] Caitlin Foord[23]   Australia   Sydney FC
2017[9] Sam Kerr[24]   Australia   Perth Glory
2018 Wang Shuang   China PR   Paris Saint-Germain
2019[11] Saki Kumagai[25]   Japan   Lyon

Youth Player of the YearEdit

The Youth Player of the Year award is presented to the best young football player from Asia. Officially awarded since 1995 with the first award being given to Omani player, Mohammed Al-Kathiri.

Year Player Nation Club
1995 Mohammed Al-Kathiri   Oman
1996 Bamrung Boonprom   Thailand   Bangkok Bank
1997 Mehdi Mahdavikia   Iran   Persepolis
1998 Shinji Ono   Japan   Urawa Red Diamonds
1999 Waleed Hamzah   Qatar   Al-Arabi
2000 Ryoichi Maeda   Japan   Jubilo Iwata
2001 Du Wei   China PR   Shanghai Shenhua
2002 Lee Chun-Soo   South Korea   Ulsan Hyundai Horang-i
2003 Yoshito Okubo   Japan   Cerezo Osaka
2004 Park Chu-Young   South Korea   Korea University
2005 Choe Myong-Ho   North Korea   Kyonggongop
2006 Ma Xiaoxu[note 1]   China PR Women   Dalian Shide
2007 Kim Kum-Il   North Korea   April 25
  1. ^ The only woman player to win the single award.

Youth Player of the Year (Men)Edit

Year Player Nation Club
2008 Ahmad Khalil   United Arab Emirates   Al-Ahli
2009 Ki Sung-Yueng   South Korea   FC Seoul
2010 Jong Il-Gwan   North Korea   Rimyongsu
2011 Hideki Ishige   Japan   Shimizu S-Pulse
2012 Mohannad Abdul-Raheem[26]   Iraq   Duhok SC
2013 Ali Adnan Kadhim[27]   Iraq   Çaykur Rizespor
2014[3] Ahmed Moein   Qatar   Eupen
2015[5] Dostonbek Khamdamov[28]   Uzbekistan   Bunyodkor
2016[7] Ritsu Doan[29]   Japan   Gamba Osaka
2017[9] Lee Seung-woo[30]   South Korea   Verona
2018 Turki Al-Ammar   Saudi Arabia   Al-Shabab
2019[31] Lee Kang-in[32]   South Korea   Valencia
2020 Cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic

Youth Player of the Year (Women)Edit

Year Player Nation Club
2008 Mana Iwabuchi   Japan   Nippon TV Beleza
2009 Mana Iwabuchi   Japan   Nippon TV Beleza
2010 Yeo Min-Ji   South Korea   Haman Daesan High School
2011 Caitlin Foord   Australia   Sydney FC
2012 Hanae Shibata[33]   Japan   Urawa Red Diamonds
2013 Jang Sel-gi[34]   South Korea   Gangwon State University
2014 Hina Sugita   Japan   Fujieda Junshin High School
2015 Rikako Kobayashi[35]   Japan   Tokiwagi Gakuen High School
2016 Fuka Nagano[36]   Japan   Urawa Red Diamonds
2017 Sung Hyang-sim[37]   North Korea   Pyongyang City
2018 Saori Takarada   Japan   Cerezo Osaka Sakai
2019 Jun Endo[38]   Japan   Nippon TV Beleza
2020 Cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic

Foreign Player of the YearEdit

Year Player Nation Club
2012 Rogerinho[39]   Brazil   Al-Kuwait
2013 Muriqui[40]   Brazil   Guangzhou Evergrande
2014[3] Asamoah Gyan[15]   Ghana   Al-Ain
2015[5] Ricardo Goulart[41]   Brazil   Guangzhou Evergrande

Asian All StarsEdit

1965–1968 Asian All Stars
Year Goalkeepers Defenders Midfielders Forwards
1965[42]   Asvin   Kim Jung-suk
  Jarnail Singh
  Kwok Kam-hung
  Yousuf Khan
  Nguyen Ngoc Thanh
  Wong Chi-keung
  Cheung Chi-doy
  Cho Yoon-ok
  Yasuyuki Kuwahara
  Nguyen Van Ngon
1966[43]   Pham Van Rang
  Khim Maung Tun
  Kim Jung-suk
  Cha Tae-sung
  Jarnail Singh
  Yousuf Khan
  Nguyen Ngoc Thanh
  Wong Chi-keung
  Cheung Chi-wai
  Cheung Chi-doy
  Do Thoi Vinh
  Nguyen Van Ngon
  Majid Ariff
  Cho Yoon-ok
  Suk Bahadur
1967[44]   Tin Aung
  Peter Thangaraj
  Kim Jung-suk
  Jarnail Singh
  Shmuel Rosenthal
  Giora Spiegel
  Maung Maung
  Parviz Ghelichkhani
  Aritatsu Ogi
  Leung Wai-hung
  Wong Chi-keung
  Cheung Chi-doy
  Kunishige Kamamoto
  Ryuichi Sugiyama
  Suk Bahadur
  Soetjipto Soentoro
  Do Thoi Vinh
  Majid Ariff
  Homayoun Behzadi
  Cho Yoon-ok
1968[45]   Chow Chee Keong
  Tin Aung
  Kim Jung-suk
  Hiroshi Katayama
  Mohamed Chandran
  Narong Sangkasuwan
  Turab Ali
  Anwar Ujang
  Suk Bahadur
  Shmuel Rosenthal
  Aritatsu Ogi
  Kunishige Kamamoto
  Ryuichi Sugiyama
  Do Thoi Vinh
  Nguyen Van Ngon
  Inder Singh
  Wong Chi-keung
  Soetjipto Soentoro
1997–2000 Asian All Stars
Year Goalkeepers Defenders Midfielders Forwards
1997[46]   Mohamed Al-Deayea   Zhang Enhua
  Naoki Soma
  Hong Myung-bo
  Mohammed Al-Jahani
  Abdullah Zubromawi
  Karim Bagheri
  Hidetoshi Nakata
  Ha Seok-ju
  Khodadad Azizi
  Choi Yong-soo
1998[46]   Jiang Jin   Fan Zhiyi
  Yutaka Akita
  Abdullah Zubromawi
  Nikolay Shirshov
  Mehdi Mahdavikia
  Hidetoshi Nakata
  Hiroshi Nanami
  Yoo Sang-chul
  Ali Daei
  Jasem Al Huwaidi
1999[46]   Pavel Bugalo   Zhang Enhua
  Yuji Nakazawa
  Mohammed Al-Khilaiwi
  Hussein Sulaimani
  Radhi Shenaishil
  Hidetoshi Nakata
  Kim Do-kyun
  Sultan Rashid
  Ali Daei
  Masashi Nakayama
2000[46]   Jiang Jin
  Hendro Kartiko
  Mohammed Al Daeyea
  Fan Zhiyi
  Ryuzo Morioka
  Hong Myung-bo
  Jamal Mubarak
  Mohammed Al-Khilaiwi
  Saoud Fath
  Karim Bagheri
  Abbas Obeid
  Shunsuke Nakamura
  Hiroshi Nanami
  Nawaf Al-Temyat
  Kiatisuk Senamuang
  Naohiro Takahara
  Lee Dong-gook

Futsal Player of the YearEdit

Year Player Nation Club
2006 Kenichiro Kogure   Japan   Nagoya Oceans
2007 Vahid Shamsaei   Iran   Tam Iran Khodro Tehran
2008 Vahid Shamsaei   Iran   Foolad Mahan
2009 Not awarded
2010 Mohammad Taheri   Iran   Foolad Mahan
2011 Mohammad Keshavarz   Iran   Giti Pasand Isfahan
2012 Rafael Henmi[47]   Japan   Nagoya Oceans
2013 Suphawut Thueanklang[48]   Thailand   Chonburi Bluewave
2014[3] Ali Asghar Hassanzadeh   Iran   MFK Norilsk Nickel
2015[5] Vahid Shamsaei[49]   Iran   Tasisat Daryaei
2016[7] Ali Asghar Hassanzadeh[50]   Iran   Giti Pasand
2017[9] Ali Asghar Hassanzadeh[51]   Iran   Giti Pasand
2018 Ali Asghar Hassanzadeh   Iran   Shenzhen Nanling Tielang
2019[11] Tomoki Yoshikawa[52]   Japan   Nagoya Oceans

Coaching awardsEdit

Coach of the YearEdit

Year Coach Team
1994   Charnwit Polcheewin   Thai Farmers Bank FC
1995   Park Jong-hwan   Cheonan Ilhwa Chunma
1996   Ma Yuanan   China PR Women
1997   Cha Bum-kun   South Korea
1998   Takashi Kuwahara   Júbilo Iwata
1999   Mahmoud Rakhimov   Uzbekistan
2000   Philippe Troussier   Japan
2001   Nasser Al-Johar   Saudi Arabia
2002   Guus Hiddink   South Korea
2003   Cha Kyung-bok   Seongnam Ilhwa Chunma
2004   Adnan Hamad   Iraq
2005
2006   Choe Kwang-sok   North Korea U20 Women

Men's Coach of the YearEdit

Year Coach Team
2007   Rauf Inileev   Uzbekistan
2008   Akira Nishino   Gamba Osaka
2009   Huh Jung-moo   South Korea
2010   Takeshi Okada   Japan
2011   Norio Sasaki   Japan Women
2012   Kim Ho-kon[53]   Ulsan Hyundai
2013   Choi Yong-soo[54]   FC Seoul
2014[3]   Tony Popovic[55]   Western Sydney Wanderers
2015[5]   Ange Postecoglou[56]   Australia
2016[7]   Choi Kang-hee[57]   Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors
2017[9]   Takafumi Hori[58]   Urawa Red Diamonds
2018   Go Oiwa   Kashima Antlers
2019[11]   Chung Jung-yong[59]   South Korea U20
2020 Cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic

Women's Coach of the YearEdit

Year Coach Team
2007   Tom Sermanni   Australia
2008   Kim Kwang-min   North Korea
2009
2010   Kim Tae-hee   South Korea U17
2011   Takako Tezuka
2012   Asako Takakura[60]
2013   Asako Takakura[61]   Japan U16
2014   Asako Takakura[62]   Japan U17
2015   Asako Takakura[63]   Japan U20
2016   Chan Yuen-ting[64]   Eastern Sports
2017   Asako Takakura[65]   Japan
2018   Asako Takakura   Japan
2019   Asako Takakura[66]   Japan
2020 Cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic

Team awardsEdit

National Team of the YearEdit

Year Men Women
1996   Saudi Arabia   China PR
2000   Japan Vacancy
2001   China PR
2002   Korea Republic
2003   Iraq   China PR
2004   Japan   China PR U-19
2005   Japan   Japan U-17
2006   Australia   Korea DPR U-20
2007   Iraq   Korea DPR
2008   Japan   Korea DPR
2009   Korea Republic   Japan U-20
2010   Japan   Australia
2011   Japan   Japan
2012   Korea Republic U-23[67]   Japan Olympic[68]
2013   Iraq U-20[69]   Korea Republic U-19[70]
2014[3]   Palestine[71]   Japan U-17
2015[5]   Australia[72]   Japan

Club of the YearEdit

Year Club
1996   Cheonan Ilhwa Chunma
2000   Al-Hilal
2001   Suwon Samsung Bluewings
2002   Pakhtakor Tashkent
2003   Al Ain
2004   Al Ittihad
2005   Al Ittihad
2006   Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors
2007   Urawa Red Diamonds
2008   Gamba Osaka
2009   Pohang Steelers
2010   Seongnam Ilhwa Chunma
2011   Al Sadd
2012   Ulsan Hyundai[73]
2013   Guangzhou Evergrande[74]
2014[3]   Western Sydney Wanderers[75]
2015[5]   Guangzhou Evergrande Taobao[76]

Futsal Team of the YearEdit

Year Team
2002   Iran
2003   Iran
2004   Iran
2005   Iran
2006   Japan
2008   Iran
2010   Iran
2011   Nagoya Oceans
2012   Japan[77]
2013   Chonburi Bluewave[78]
2014[3]   Japan
2015[5]   Tasisat Daryaei[79]

Association awardsEdit

Association of the YearEdit

Year Association
2005   Qatar Football Association
2006   DPR Korea Football Association
2007   Chinese Football Association
  Japan Football Association
2008   Football Federation Islamic Republic of Iran
  Football Federation Australia
2009   DPR Korea Football Association
  Japan Football Association
2010   Japan Football Association
2011   Japan Football Association
2012   Football Federation Islamic Republic of Iran[80]

Fair Play Association of the YearEdit

Year Association
1996   Football Federation Islamic Republic of Iran
2002   Korea Football Association
2003   Korea Football Association
2004   Chinese Football Association
2005   Hong Kong Football Association
2006   Korea Football Association
2007   Japan Football Association
  Korea Football Association
2008   Japan Football Association
  Chinese Taipei Football Association
2009   Japan Football Association
2010   Japan Football Association
2011   Korea Football Association
2012   Uzbekistan Football Federation[81]
2013   Chinese Football Association[82]
2014[3]   Korea Football Association[83]
2015[5]   Japan Football Association[84]

Inspiring Member Association of the YearEdit

Year Association
2013   Chinese Football Association[85]
2014[3]   Japan Football Association[86]
2015[5]   Japan Football Association[87]
2016[7]   Japan Football Association[88]
2017[9]   Football Federation Islamic Republic of Iran[89]
2018   Japan Football Association
2019[11]   Japan Football Association[90]

Developing Member Association of the YearEdit

Year Association
2013   Jordan Football Association[91]
2014[3]   DPR Korea Football Association[92]
2015[5]   Hong Kong Football Association[93]
2016[7]   All India Football Federation[94]
2017[9]   Vietnam Football Federation[95]
2018   DPR Korea Football Association
2019[11]   Hong Kong Football Association[90]

Aspiring Member Association of the YearEdit

Year Association
2013   Pakistan Football Federation[96]
2014[3]   Football Federation of the Kyrgyz Republic[97]
2015[5]   Bangladesh Football Federation[98]
2016[7]   Bhutan Football Federation[99]
2017[9]   Afghanistan Football Federation[100]
2018   Mongolian Football Federation
2019[11]   Guam Football Association[90]

President Recognition Award for Grassroots FootballEdit

Year Association Note
2013   Japan Football Association[101] N/A
2014[3]   All India Football Federation[102]
  Philippine Football Federation[102]
  Tajikistan Football Federation[102]
2015[5]   Vietnam Football Federation[103]
  Japan Football Association[103]
  Brunei Football Association[103]
2016[7]   Football Federation Australia[104]
  Philippine Football Federation[104]
  National Football Association of Brunei Darussalam[104]
2017[9]   Chinese Football Association[105] Inspiring Member Association
  Football Association of Singapore[105] Developing Member Association
  Bhutan Football Federation[105] Aspiring Member Association
2018   Chinese Football Association Inspiring Member Association
  Football Association of Singapore Developing Member Association
  Palestinian Football Association Aspiring Member Association
2019[11]   Chinese Football Association[90] Inspiring Member Association
  Football Association of Singapore[90] Developing Member Association
  National Football Association of Brunei Darussalam[90] Aspiring Member Association

Dream Asia AwardEdit

Year Association
2010   Football Federation Australia
2011   Reach Out To Asia
2012   United Arab Emirates Football Association[106]
2013   Myanmar Football Federation[107]
2014[3]   Qatar Football Association[108]
2015[5]   Japan Football Association[109]
2016[7]   Qatar Football Association[110]
2017[9]   Japan Football Association[111]

Other awardsEdit

Referee of the YearEdit

Year Referee Assistant referee Gender
1996   Pirom Un-prasert   Al Musawi Mohamed Ahmed Man
2002   Toru Kamikawa   Ali Al Traifi Man
2003   Masoud Moradi Vacancy Man
2004   Lu Jun Man
2005   Shamsul Maidin Man
2006   Shamsul Maidin Man
2007   Mark Shield   Mohamed Hamad Al Ghamdi Man
  Tammy Ogston   Liu Hsiu-mei Woman
2008   Ravshan Irmatov   Tammam Hamdoun Man
  Sachiko Baba   Hisae Yoshizawa Woman
2009   Ravshan Irmatov   Matthew Cream Man
  Hong Eun-ah   Zhang Lingling Woman
2010   Ravshan Irmatov   Toru Sagara Man
  Sachiko Yamagishi   Shiho Ayukai Woman
2011   Ravshan Irmatov   Abdukhamidullo Rasulov Man
  Sachiko Yamagishi   Sarah Ho Woman
2012   Yuichi Nishimura[112]   Abdukhamidullo Rasulov[113] Man
  Sachiko Yamagishi[114]   Kim Kyoung-min[115] Woman
2013   Ben Williams[116]   Toshiyuki Nagi[117] Man
  Sachiko Yamagishi[118]   Allyson Flynn[119] Woman
2014[3]   Ravshan Irmatov[120]   Matthew Cream Man
  Rita Gani[121]   Kim Kyoung-min Woman
2015[5]   Fahad Al-Mirdasi[122]   Abdulah Al-Shalwai[122]
  Abu Bakar Al-Amri[122]
Man
2016[7]   Alireza Faghani[123]   Reza Sokhandan[123]
  Mohammad Reza Mansouri[123]
Man
  Kate Jacewicz[123]   Renae Coghill[123]
  Uvena Fernandes[123]
Woman
2017[9]   Bakhtiyor Namazov Vacancy Man
Vacancy Woman
2018   Alireza Faghani   Reza Sokhandan
  Mohammad Reza Mansouri
Man
Vacancy Woman

Diamond of AsiaEdit

Year Name Note
2004   Abdul Rahman bin Saud Al Saud
2005   Saburō Kawabuchi
2006   Sepp Blatter
2007   Lennart Johansson
2008   Ken Naganuma
2009   Farouk Bouzo Former President of Syrian Arab Federation for Football
2010   Najib Razak
2011   Ahmad Shah of Pahang
2012   Hamzah Abu Samah[124]
2013   Chung Mong-joon[125]
2014[3]   Junji Ogura[126] Former President of Japan Football Association
2015[5]   Abdullah Khalid Al Dabal Former Asian Football Confederation and FIFA Executive Committee Member
2016[7]   Issa Hayatou[127]
2017[9]   Yousuf al-Serkal[128]
2018   Zhang Jilong
2019[11]   Abdullah of Pahang Former FIFA Council Member

Match Commissioner of the YearEdit

Year Name Note
2008   Kamarudin Sakhari
  Mary Catherine Rivilla
2009   Mazen Ramadan
  Kanya Keomany
2010   Abdul Ghafoor Abdul Hameed
  Emily Lau Cheuk-chi

Special Recognition AwardEdit

Year Name Note
2018   Wild Boars FC
  Futoshi Ikeda

Corporate Icon AwardEdit

Year Name Note
2014[3]   TV Asahi[129]
  NHK[129]

Sportswriter of the YearEdit

Year Name Note
1996   Azam Mahmood[130]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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