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The Trophées UNFP du football are a number of awards given annually by the National Union of Professional Football Players to players playing in France's Ligue 1 and Ligue 2, as well as to managers and referees, the most prestigious one being the Player of the Year.

Created in 1988 under the name Oscars du football, they were renamed in 2004 after a complaint by the Academy Awards committee. The ceremony has been broadcast live on Canal + since 1994.[1]

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Ligue 1Edit

Player of the YearEdit

[2]

 
David Ginola was the first recipient of the Player of the Year award.
 
Pauleta was the first player to have been named Player of the Year twice.
Year Player Club
1994   David Ginola Paris SG
1995   Vincent Guérin Paris SG
1996   Zinedine Zidane Bordeaux
1997   Sonny Anderson Monaco
1998   Marco Simone Paris SG
1999   Ali Benarbia Bordeaux
2000   Marcelo Gallardo Monaco
2001   Éric Carrière Nantes
2002   Pauleta Bordeaux
2003   Pauleta Bordeaux
2004   Didier Drogba Marseille
2005   Michael Essien Lyon
2006   Juninho Lyon
2007   Florent Malouda Lyon
2008   Karim Benzema Lyon
2009   Yoann Gourcuff Bordeaux
2010   Lisandro López Lyon
2011   Eden Hazard Lille
2012   Eden Hazard Lille
2013   Zlatan Ibrahimović Paris SG
2014   Zlatan Ibrahimović Paris SG
2015   Alexandre Lacazette Lyon
2016   Zlatan Ibrahimović Paris SG
2017   Edinson Cavani Paris SG
2018   Neymar Paris SG
2019   Kylian Mbappé Paris SG

Young Player of the YearEdit

[3]

 
Zinedine Zidane was named Young Player of the Year in 1994 and Player of the Year two years later.
Year Player Club
1994   Zinedine Zidane Bordeaux
1995   Florian Maurice Lyon
1996   Robert Pires Metz
1997   Thierry Henry Monaco
1998   David Trezeguet Monaco
1999   Olivier Monterrubio Nantes
2000   Philippe Christanval Monaco
2001   Sidney Govou Lyon
2002   Djibril Cissé Auxerre
2003   Lionel Mathis Auxerre
2004   Patrice Evra Monaco
2005   Jérémy Toulalan Nantes
2006   Franck Ribéry Marseille
2007   Samir Nasri Marseille
2008   Hatem Ben Arfa Lyon
2009   Eden Hazard Lille
2010   Eden Hazard Lille
2011   Mamadou Sakho Paris SG
2012   Younès Belhanda Montpellier
2013   Florian Thauvin Bastia
2014   Marco Verratti Paris SG
2015   Nabil Fekir Lyon
2016   Ousmane Dembélé Rennes
2017   Kylian Mbappé Monaco
2018   Kylian Mbappé Paris SG
2019   Kylian Mbappé Paris SG

Goalkeeper of the YearEdit

[4]

 
Ulrich Ramé was the inaugural winner of the Goalkeeper of the Year award in 2002.
 
Grégory Coupet won the award four times in a row between 2003 and 2006.
Year Player Club
2002   Ulrich Ramé Bordeaux
2003   Grégory Coupet Lyon
2004   Grégory Coupet Lyon
2005   Grégory Coupet Lyon
2006   Grégory Coupet Lyon
2007   Teddy Richert Sochaux
2008   Steve Mandanda Marseille
2009   Hugo Lloris Lyon
2010   Hugo Lloris Lyon
2011   Steve Mandanda Marseille
2012   Hugo Lloris Lyon
2013   Salvatore Sirigu Paris SG
2014   Salvatore Sirigu Paris SG
2015   Steve Mandanda Marseille
2016   Steve Mandanda Marseille
2017   Danijel Subašić Monaco
2018   Steve Mandanda Marseille
2019   Mike Maignan Lille

Manager of the YearEdit

[5]

 
Guy Roux was named Manager of the Year after leading Auxerre to their first double in 1996.
Year Manager Club
1994   Luis Fernández Cannes
1995   Francis Smerecki Guingamp
1996   Guy Roux Auxerre
1997   Jean Tigana Monaco
1998   Daniel Leclercq Lens
1999   Élie Baup Bordeaux
2000   Claude Puel Monaco
2001   Raynald Denoueix Nantes
2002   Joël Müller Lens
2003   Guy Lacombe Sochaux
2004   Didier Deschamps Monaco
2005   Paul Le Guen Lyon
2006   Claude Puel Lille
2007   Gérard Houllier Lyon
2008   Laurent Blanc Bordeaux
2009   Eric Gerets Marseille
2010   Jean Fernandez Auxerre
2011   Rudi Garcia Lille
2012   René Girard Montpellier
2013  
 
Carlo Ancelotti
Christophe Galtier
Paris SG
Saint-Étienne
2014   René Girard Lille
2015   Laurent Blanc Paris SG
2016   Laurent Blanc Paris SG
2017   Leonardo Jardim Monaco
2018   Unai Emery Paris SG
2019   Christophe Galtier Lille

Goal of the YearEdit

 
Tunisian Saber Khalifa scored the best goal of 2013 season with Evian.

Unlike the other awards, the best goal of the year is chosen by the public.[6]

Year Player Club
2002   Antoine Sibierski Lens On 18 December 2001 against Nantes (3–0)
2003   Ronaldinho Paris SG On 22 February 2003 against Guingamp (3–2)
2004   Didier Drogba Marseille On 4 February 2004 against Montpellier (1–0)
2005   Laurent Batlles Marseille On 29 January 2005 against Toulouse (3–1)
2006   Franck Ribéry Marseille On 19 November 2005 against Nantes (2–1)
2007   Ilan Saint-Étienne On 24 February 2007 against Paris SG (2–0)
2008   Mathieu Valbuena Marseille On 26 January 2008 against Caen (6–1)
2009   Yoann Gourcuff Bordeaux On 11 January 2009 against Paris SG (4–0)
2010   Mamadou Niang Marseille On 19 September 2009 against Montpellier (4–2)
2011
2012   Younès Belhanda Montpellier On 11 April 2012 against Marseille (1–3)
2013   Saber Khelifa Evian On 12 May 2013 against Nice (4–0)
2014   Zlatan Ibrahimović Paris SG On 19 October 2013 against Bastia (4–0)
2015   Julian Palmieri Bastia On 10 January 2015 against Paris SG (4–2)
2016   Pierrick Capelle Angers On 27 February 2016 against Guingamp (2–2)
2017   Memphis Depay Lyon On 12 March 2017 against Toulouse (4–0)
2018   Malcom Bordeaux On 1 December 2017 against Dijon (2–3)
2019   Loïc Rémy Lille On 12 May 2019 against Bordeaux (1–0)

Best French Player playing AbroadEdit

Year Player Club
2016 Antoine Griezmann   Atlético Madrid
2017 N'Golo Kanté   Chelsea
2018 N'Golo Kanté   Chelsea
2019 Karim Benzema   Real Madrid

Team of the YearEdit

2002–03Edit

Highlighted players have appeared in the team of the year more than once since 2003.[7]

Position Player Club
GK   Grégory Coupet Lyon
RB   Johan Radet Auxerre
CB   Daniel Van Buyten Marseille
CB   Philippe Mexès Auxerre
LB   Manuel dos Santos Marseille
DM   Michael Essien Bastia
RM   Benoît Pedretti Sochaux
LM   Jérôme Rothen Monaco
AM   Ludovic Giuly Monaco
FW   Shabani Nonda Monaco
FW   Pauleta Bordeaux

2003–04Edit

Position Player Club
GK   Grégory Coupet Lyon
RB   Bernard Paris SG
CB   Mario Yepes Nantes
CB   Sébastien Squillaci Monaco
LB   Patrice Evra Monaco
DM   Lucas Bernardi Monaco
RM   Ludovic Giuly Monaco
LM   Benoît Pedretti Sochaux
AM   Juninho Lyon
FW   Didier Drogba Marseille
FW   Fernando Morientes Monaco

2004–05Edit

Position Player Club
GK   Grégory Coupet Lyon
RB   Habib Beye Marseille
CB   Cris Lyon
CB   Gaël Givet Monaco
LB   Eric Abidal Lyon
DM   Michael Essien Lyon
RM   Bonaventure Kalou Auxerre
LM   Florent Malouda Lyon
AM   Juninho Lyon
FW   Sylvain Wiltord Lyon
FW   Alexander Frei Rennes

2005–06Edit

Position Player Club
GK   Grégory Coupet Lyon
RB   David Jemmali Bordeaux
CB   Cris Lyon
CB   Mario Yepes Paris SG
LB   Eric Abidal Lyon
DM   Mahamadou Diarra Lyon
RM   Franck Ribéry Marseille
LM   Florent Malouda Lyon
AM   Juninho Lyon
FW   Sylvain Wiltord Lyon
FW   Pauleta Paris SG

2006–07Edit

Position Player Club
GK   Teddy Richert Sochaux
RB   Bacary Sagna Auxerre
CB   Cris Lyon
CB   Hilton Lens
LB   Eric Abidal Lyon
DM   Seydou Keita Lens
RM   Kader Keïta Lille
LM   Florent Malouda Lyon
AM   Samir Nasri Marseille
FW   Steve Savidan Valenciennes
FW   Johan Elmander Toulouse

2007–08Edit

Position Player Club
GK   Steve Mandanda Marseille
RB   Laurent Bonnart Marseille
CB   Sébastien Puygrenier Nancy
CB   Hilton Lens
LB   Taye Taiwo Marseille
DM   Jérémy Toulalan Lyon
DM   Benoît Cheyrou Marseille
RM   Mathieu Valbuena Marseille
LM   Wendel Bordeaux
FW   Mamadou Niang Marseille
FW   Karim Benzema Lyon

2008–09Edit

Position Player Club
GK   Hugo Lloris Lyon
RB   Rod Fanni Rennes
CB   Souleymane Diawara Bordeaux
CB   Hilton Marseille
LB   Taye Taiwo Marseille
DM   Benoît Cheyrou Marseille
RM   Stéphane Sessègnon Paris SG
LM   Michel Bastos Lille
AM   Yoann Gourcuff Bordeaux
FW   Guillaume Hoarau Paris SG
FW   André-Pierre Gignac Toulouse

2009–10Edit

Position Player Club
GK   Hugo Lloris Lyon
RB   Rod Fanni Rennes
CB   Souleymane Diawara Marseille
CB   Michaël Ciani Bordeaux
LB   Benoît Trémoulinas Bordeaux
DM   Benoît Cheyrou Marseille
AM   Yoann Gourcuff Bordeaux
AM   Eden Hazard Lille
FW   Lisandro López Lyon
FW   Mamadou Niang Marseille
FW   Marouane Chamakh Bordeaux

2010–11Edit

Position Player Club
GK   Steve Mandanda Marseille
RB   Anthony Réveillère Lyon
CB   Adil Rami Lille
CB   Mamadou Sakho Paris SG
LB   Taye Taiwo Marseille
DM   Yann M'Vila Rennes
RM   Gervinho Lille
AM   Eden Hazard Lille
LM   Nenê Paris SG
FW   Kévin Gameiro Lorient
FW   Moussa Sow Lille

2011–12Edit

Position Player Club
GK   Hugo Lloris Lyon
RB   Mathieu Debuchy Lille
CB   Hilton Montpellier
CB   Nicolas N'Koulou Marseille
LB   Henri Bedimo Montpellier
DM   Rio Mavuba Lille
DM   Étienne Capoue Toulouse
RM   Younès Belhanda Montpellier
LM   Eden Hazard Lille
FW   Olivier Giroud Montpellier
FW   Nenê Paris SG

2012–13Edit

Position Player Club
GK   Salvatore Sirigu Paris SG
RB   Christophe Jallet Paris SG
CB   Thiago Silva Paris SG
CB   Nicolas N'Koulou Marseille
LB   Maxwell Paris SG
DM   Marco Verratti Paris SG
DM   Blaise Matuidi Paris SG
RM   Dimitri Payet Lille
LM   Mathieu Valbuena Marseille
FW   Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang Saint-Étienne
FW   Zlatan Ibrahimović Paris SG

2013–14Edit

Position Player Club
GK   Salvatore Sirigu Paris SG
RB   Serge Aurier Toulouse
CB   Thiago Silva Paris SG
CB   Loïc Perrin Saint-Étienne
LB   Layvin Kurzawa Monaco
DM   Marco Verratti Paris SG
DM   Thiago Motta Paris SG
RM   Alexandre Lacazette Lyon
LM   James Rodríguez Monaco
FW   Edinson Cavani Paris SG
FW   Zlatan Ibrahimović Paris SG

2014–15Edit

Position Player Club
GK   Steve Mandanda Marseille
RB   Christophe Jallet Lyon
CB   Thiago Silva Paris SG
CB   David Luiz Paris SG
LB   Maxwell Paris SG
MF   Marco Verratti Paris SG
MF   Dimitri Payet Marseille
MF   Javier Pastore Paris SG
FW   Nabil Fekir Lyon
FW   Zlatan Ibrahimović Paris SG
FW   Alexandre Lacazette Lyon

2015–16Edit

Position Player Club
GK   Steve Mandanda Marseille
RB   Serge Aurier Paris SG
CB   Thiago Silva Paris SG
CB   David Luiz Paris SG
LB   Maxwell Paris SG
MF   Lassana Diarra Marseille
MF   Marco Verratti Paris SG
MF   Blaise Matuidi Paris SG
FW   Hatem Ben Arfa Nice
FW   Zlatan Ibrahimović Paris SG
FW   Ángel Di María Paris SG

2016–17Edit

Position Player Club
GK   Danijel Subašić Monaco
RB   Djibril Sidibé Monaco
CB   Kamil Glik Monaco
CB   Thiago Silva Paris SG
LB   Benjamin Mendy Monaco
MF   Marco Verratti Paris SG
MF   Bernardo Silva Monaco
MF   Jean Michaël Seri Nice
FW   Alexandre Lacazette Lyon
FW   Edinson Cavani Paris SG
FW   Kylian Mbappé Monaco

2017–18Edit

Position Player Club
GK   Steve Mandanda Marseille
RB   Dani Alves Paris SG
CB   Marquinhos Paris SG
CB   Thiago Silva Paris SG
LB   Ferland Mendy Lyon
MF   Marco Verratti Paris SG
MF   Luiz Gustavo Marseille
MF   Nabil Fekir Lyon
FW   Neymar Paris SG
FW   Edinson Cavani Paris SG
FW   Kylian Mbappé Paris SG

2018–19Edit

Position Player Club
GK   Mike Maignan Lille
RB   Kenny Lala Strasbourg
CB   Marquinhos Paris SG
CB   Thiago Silva Paris SG
LB   Ferland Mendy Lyon
MF   Ángel Di María Paris SG
MF   Tanguy Ndombele Lyon
MF   Marco Verratti Paris SG
FW   Nicolas Pépé Lille
FW   Kylian Mbappé Paris SG
FW   Neymar Paris SG

Ligue 2Edit

Player of the YearEdit

[8]

 
Algerian international Karim Ziani won the Ligue 2 Player of the Year award in 2006.
Year Player Club
1994   Jocelyn Gourvennec Rennes
1995   Tony Vairelles Nancy
1996   Marcel Dib Marseille
1997   Thierry Moreau Toulouse
1998   Stéphane Pédron Lorient
1999   Kader Ferhaoui Saint-Étienne
2000   Mickaël Pagis Nîmes
2001   Santos Sochaux
2002   Alain Caveglia Le Havre
2003   Cédric Fauré Toulouse
2004   Xavier Gravelaine Istres
2005   Bakari Koné Lorient
2006   Karim Ziani Lorient
2007   Yoan Gouffran Caen
2008   Guillaume Hoarau Le Havre
2009   Paul Alo'o Angers
2010   Olivier Giroud Tours
2011   Sebastián Ribas Dijon
2012   Jérôme Rothen Bastia
2013   Giannelli Imbula Guingamp
2014   Diafra Sakho Metz
2015   Jonathan Kodjia Angers
2016   Famara Diedhiou Clermont Foot
2017   John Bostock Lens
2018   Diego Rigonato Rodrigues Reims
2019   Gaëtan Charbonnier Brest

Goalkeeper of the YearEdit

[9]

 
Vedran Runje became the first non-French goalkeeper to be named Ligue 2 Goalkeeper of the Year.
Year Player Club
2002   Stéphane Trévisan Ajaccio
2003   Christophe Revault Toulouse
2004   Jérémie Janot Saint-Étienne
2005   Gennaro Bracigliano Nancy
2006   Fabien Audard Lorient
2007   Stéphane Cassard Strasbourg
2008   Christophe Revault Le Havre
2009   Vedran Runje Lens
2010   Steeve Elana Brest
2011   Benoît Costil Sedan
2012   Macedo Novaes Bastia
2013   Zacharie Boucher Le Havre
2014   Alphonse Areola Lens
2015   Denis Petrić Troyes
2016   Baptiste Reynet Dijon
2017   Nicolas Douchez Lens
2018   Paul Bernardoni Clermont
2019   Vincent Demarconnay Paris FC

Manager of the YearEdit

[10]

 
Jean Fernandez was named Ligue 2 Manager of the Year in 2001, the year the award was introduced.
Year Manager Club
2001   Jean Fernandez Sochaux
2002   Jacky Bonnevay Beauvais
2003   Erick Mombaerts Toulouse
2004   Mehmed Baždarević Istres
2005   Jean-Marc Furlan Troyes
2006   Antoine Kombouaré Valenciennes
2007   Francis De Taddeo Metz
2008   Jean-Marc Nobilo Le Havre
2009   Philippe Montanier Boulogne-sur-Mer
2010   Alex Dupont Brest
2011   Bernard Casoni Evian
2012   Frédéric Hantz Bastia
2013   Jocelyn Gourvennec Guingamp
2014   Albert Cartier Metz
2015   Jean-Marc Furlan Troyes
2016   Olivier Dall'Oglio Dijon
2017   Bernard Blaquart Nîmes
2018   David Guion Reims
2019   Pascal Gastien Clermont

Team of the YearEdit

2002–03Edit

Position Player Club
GK   Christophe Revault Toulouse
RB   Alexandre Dujeux Châteauroux
CB   Stéphane Lièvre Toulouse
CB   William Prunier Toulouse
LB   Franck Signorino Metz
DM   Grégory Proment Metz
RM   Achille Emana Toulouse
LM   Philippe Celdran Le Mans
FW   Daniel Cousin Le Mans
FW   Emmanuel Adebayor Metz
FW   Cédric Fauré Toulouse

2003–04Edit

Position Player Club
GK   Jérémie Janot Saint-Étienne
RB   Jérôme Foulon Niort
CB   Brahim Thiam Istres
CB   Aziz Ben Askar Caen
LB   Hérita Ilunga Saint-Étienne
DM   Fabrice Abriel Amiens
RM   Julien Sablé Saint-Étienne
LM   David Hellebuyck Saint-Étienne
FW   Xavier Gravelaine Istres
FW   David Suarez Amiens
FW   Laurent Dufresne Nancy

2004–05Edit

Position Player Club
GK   Gennaro Bracigliano Nancy
RB   Juan-Luis Montero Troyes
CB   Damien Perquis Troyes
CB   Pape Diakhaté Nancy
LB   Nadir Belhadj Sedan
DM   Kamel Chafni Châteauroux
RM   Olivier Thomas Le Mans
LM   Gaël Danic Grenoble
AM   Benjamin Nivet Troyes
FW   Sébastien Grax Troyes
FW   Bakari Koné Lorient

2005–06Edit

Position Player Club
GK   Fabien Audard Lorient
RB   David Ducourtioux Sedan
CB   Éric Chelle Valenciennes
CB   Sylvain Marchal Lorient
LB   Nadir Belhadj Sedan
DM   Ronald Zubar Caen
RM   Stéphane Noro Sedan
LM   Pascal Camadini Bastia
AM   Karim Ziani Lorient
FW   Jean-Michel Lesage Le Havre
FW   Steve Savidan Valenciennes

2006-07Edit

Position Player Club
GK   Stéphane Cassard Strasbourg
RB   Franck Béria Metz
CB   Pape Diop Metz
CB   Abasse Ba Dijon
LB   Cédric Hengbart Caen
DM   Grégory Proment Caen
DM   Julien Cardy Metz
AM   Yoan Gouffran Caen
FW   Jean-Michel Lesage Le Havre
FW   Julien Féret Reims
FW   Babacar Gueye Metz

2007–08Edit

Position Player Club
GK   Christophe Revault Le Havre
RB   Jérémy Henin Le Havre
CB   Jean-Jacques Pierre Nantes
CB   Nicolas Gillet Le Havre
LB   Rémi Maréval Nantes
DM   Jamel Aït Ben Idir Le Havre
RM   Fahid Ben Khalfallah Angers
LM   Gaël Danic Troyes
AM   David de Freitas Nantes
FW   Guillaume Hoarau Le Havre
FW   Grégory Thil Boulogne-sur-Mer

2008–09Edit

Position Player Club
GK   Vedran Runje Lens
RB   Yohan Demont Lens
CB   Laurent Koscielny Tours
CB   Éric Chelle Lens
LB   Marco Ramos Lens
DM   Bocundji Ca Tours
DM   Renaud Cohade Strasbourg
AM   Alberto Costa Montpellier
FW   Grégory Thil Boulogne-sur-Mer
FW   Paul Alo'o Angers
FW   Victor Montaño Montpellier

2009–10Edit

Position Player Club
GK   Steeve Elana Brest
RB   Omar Daf Brest
CB   Grégory Leca Caen
CB   Paul Baysse Sedan
LB   Grégory Tafforeau Caen
CM   Bruno Grougi Brest
AM   Benjamin Nivet Caen
AM   Romain Hamouma Laval
FW   Nolan Roux Brest
FW   Olivier Giroud Tours
FW   Anthony Modeste Angers

2010–11Edit

Position Player Club
GK   Benoît Costil Sedan
RB   Sébastien Corchia Le Mans
CB   Grégory Cerdan Le Mans
CB   Benjamin Genton Le Havre
LB   Cédric Fabien Boulogne
CM   Romain Alessandrini Clermont
CM   Olivier Sorlin Evian
AM   Rudy Haddad Châteauroux
AM   Benjamin Corgnet Dijon
FW   Sebastián Ribas Dijon
FW   Sloan Privat Clermont

2011–12Edit

Position Player Club
GK   Macedo Novaes Bastia
RB   Kassim Abdallah Sedan
CB   Anthony Weber Reims
CB   Mickaël Tacalfred Reims
LB   Féthi Harek Bastia
CM   Wahbi Khazri Bastia
CM   Romain Alessandrini Clermont
LM   Sadio Diallo Bastia
RM   Jérôme Rothen Bastia
FW   Ryan Mendes Le Havre
FW   Kamel Ghilas Reims

2012–13Edit

Position Player Club
GK   Zacharie Boucher Le Havre
RB   Jean Calvé Caen
CB   Andrea Raggi Monaco
CB   Gabriel Cichero Nantes
LB   Raphaël Guerreiro Caen
CM   Gianelli Imbula Guingamp
CM   Mounir Obbadi Monaco
LM   Valère Germain Monaco
RM   Filip Đorđević Nantes
FW   Claudiu Keserü Angers
FW   Mustapha Yatabaré Guingamp

2013–14Edit

Position Player Club
GK   Alphonse Areola Lens
RB   Romain Métanire Metz
CB   Sylvain Marchal Metz
CB   Alaeddine Yahia Lens
LB   Ludovic Baal Lens
CM   Benjamin Nivet Troyes
CM   N'Golo Kanté Caen
LM   Yannis Salibur Clermont
RM   Jeff Louis Nancy
FW   Diafra Sakho Metz
FW   Andy Delort Tours

2014–15Edit

Position Player Club
GK   Denis Petrić Troyes
RB   Jonathan Martins Pereira Troyes
CB   Rincón Troyes
CB   Ismaël Traoré Brest
LB   Lionel Carole Troyes
CM   Benjamin Nivet Troyes
CM   Cheikh N'Doye Créteil
CM   Mouhamadou Diaw Chamois Niortais
FW   Jonathan Kodjia Angers
FW   Mickaël Le Bihan Le Havre
FW   Karl Toko Ekambi Sochaux

2015–16Edit

Position Player Club
GK   Baptiste Reynet Dijon
RB   Julien Cétout Nancy
CB   Christopher Jullien Dijon
CB   Clément Lenglet Nancy
LB   Simon Falette Brest
CM   Frédéric Sammaritano Dijon
CM   Naïm Sliti Red Star
CM   Yeni Ngbakoto Metz
FW   Loïs Diony Dijon
FW   Famara Diedhiou Clermont Foot
FW   Hameur Bouazza Red Star

2016–17Edit

Position Player Club
GK   Nicolas Douchez Lens
RB   Mickaël Alphonse Sochaux
CB   Julian Jeanvier Reims
CB   Zakaria Diallo Brest
LB   Ferland Mendy Le Havre
CM   John Bostock Lens
CM   Benjamin Nivet Troyes
CM   Abdellah Zoubir Lens
FW   Khalid Boutaïb Strasbourg
FW   Adama Niane Troyes
FW   Rachid Alioui Nîmes

2018–19Edit

Position Player Club
GK   Vincent Demarconnay Paris FC
RB   Fabien Centonze Lens
CB   Stoppila Sunzu Metz
CB   John Boye Metz
LB   Thomas Delaine Metz
CM   Farid Boulaya Metz
CM   Renaud Cohade Metz
CM   Alexis Claude-Maurice Lorient
FW   Opa Nguette Metz
FW   Gaëtan Charbonnier Brest
FW   Habib Diallo Metz

Women Division 1Edit

Other awardsEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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