The title Dutch Footballer of the Year (Dutch: Voetballer van het Jaar) has been awarded in the Netherlands since 1984. The award is determined by a poll of Dutch professional footballers playing in the First (Eredivisie) and Second (Eerste Divisie) leagues.
Until 1997, it was an annual award, afterwards the prize was rewarded at the end of the football season. In 2006, the award merged with the annual prize named Golden Boot (Gouden Schoen), awarded since 1982 by the Dutch daily De Telegraaf and the Dutch football magazine Voetbal International .
|Dutch Footballer of the year||Golden Boot|
|1982||Martin Haar (NED)||HFC Haarlem|
|1983||Piet Schrijvers (NED)||Ajax|
|1984||Ruud Gullit (NED)||Feyenoord||1984||Johan Cruyff (NED)||Feyenoord|
|1985||Marco van Basten (NED)||Ajax||1985||Frank Rijkaard (NED)||Ajax|
|1986||Ruud Gullit (NED)||PSV||1986||Ruud Gullit (NED)||PSV|
|1987||Ronald Koeman (NED)||PSV||1987||Frank Rijkaard (NED)||Ajax|
|1988||Ronald Koeman (NED)||PSV||1988||Gerald Vanenburg (NED)||PSV|
|1989||Romário (BRA)||PSV||1989||Gerald Vanenburg (NED)||PSV|
|1990||Jan Wouters (NED)||Ajax||1990||Edward Sturing (NED)||Vitesse|
|1991||Dennis Bergkamp (NED)||Ajax||1991||Henny Meijer (NED)||Groningen|
|1992||Dennis Bergkamp (NED)||Ajax||1992||John Metgod (NED)||Feyenoord|
|1993||Jari Litmanen (FIN)||Ajax||1993||Marc Overmars (NED)||Ajax|
|1994||Ronald de Boer (NED)||Ajax||1994||Ed de Goey (NED)||Feyenoord|
|1995||Luc Nilis (BEL)||PSV||1995||Danny Blind (NED)||Ajax|
|1996||Ronald de Boer (NED)||Ajax||1996||Danny Blind (NED)||Ajax|
|1997||Jaap Stam (NED)||PSV||1997||Jaap Stam (NED)||PSV|
|1998||Edwin van der Sar (NED)||Ajax|
|1998–99||Ruud van Nistelrooy (NED)||PSV||1999||Michael Mols (NED)||Utrecht|
|1999–2000||Ruud van Nistelrooy (NED)||PSV||2000||Jerzy Dudek (POL)||Feyenoord|
|2000–01||Mark van Bommel (NED)||PSV||2001||Johann Vogel (SUI)||PSV|
|2001–02||Pierre van Hooijdonk (NED)||Feyenoord||2002||Cristian Chivu (ROM)||Ajax|
|2002–03||Mateja Kežman (SER)||PSV||2003||Dirk Kuyt (NED)||Utrecht|
|2003–04||Maxwell (BRA)||Ajax||2004||Maxwell (BRA)||Ajax|
|2004–05||Mark van Bommel (NED)||PSV||2005||Mark van Bommel (NED)||PSV|
|2005–06||Dirk Kuyt (NED)||Feyenoord|
|2006–07||Afonso Alves (BRA)||Heerenveen|
|2007–08||John Heitinga (NED)||Ajax|
|2008–09||Mounir El Hamdaoui (MAR)||AZ|
|2009–10||Luis Suárez (URU)||Ajax|
|2010–11||Theo Janssen (NED)||Twente|
|2011–12||Jan Vertonghen (BEL)||Ajax|
|2012–13||Wilfried Bony (CIV)||Vitesse|
|2013–14||Daley Blind (NED)||Ajax|
|2014–15||Georginio Wijnaldum (NED)||PSV|
|2015–16||Davy Klaassen (NED)||Ajax|
|2016–17||Karim El Ahmadi (MAR)||Feyenoord|
|2017–18||Hakim Ziyech (MAR)||Ajax|
|2018–19||Matthijs de Ligt (NED)||Ajax|
|2019–20||not awarded as season was terminated early|
|2020–21||Dušan Tadić (SRB)||Ajax|
The title Dutch Football Talent of the Year (Nederlands Voetbal Talent van het Jaar) has been awarded in the Netherlands since 1984 for footballers under 21. The award was replaced by the Johan Cruyff Trophy (Johan Cruijff Prijs) in 2003.
|Dutch Football Talent of the Year|
|1984||Mario Been (NED)||Feyenoord|
|1985||Frans van Rooy (NED)||PSV|
|1986||Aron Winter (NED)||Ajax|
|1987||Bryan Roy (NED)||Ajax|
|1988||Pieter Huistra (NED)||Twente|
|1989||Richard Witschge (NED)||Ajax|
|1990||Dennis Bergkamp (NED)||Ajax|
|1991||Gaston Taument (NED)||Feyenoord|
|1992||Marc Overmars (NED)||Ajax|
|1993||Clarence Seedorf (NED)||Ajax|
|1994||Clarence Seedorf (NED)||Ajax|
|1995||Patrick Kluivert (NED)||Ajax|
|1996||Jon Dahl Tomasson (DEN)||Heerenveen|
|1997||Boudewijn Zenden (NED)||PSV|
|1998–99||Mark van Bommel (NED)||Fortuna Sittard|
|1999–2000||Arnold Bruggink (NED)||PSV|
|2000–01||Rafael van der Vaart (NED)||Ajax|
|2001–02||Robin van Persie (NED)||Feyenoord|
|2002–03||Arjen Robben (NED)||PSV|
|2003–04||John Heitinga (NED)||Ajax|
|Johan Cruyff Trophy|
|2002–03||Arjen Robben (NED)||PSV|
|2003–04||Wesley Sneijder (NED)||Ajax|
|2004–05||Salomon Kalou (CIV)||Feyenoord|
|2005–06||Klaas-Jan Huntelaar (NED)||Ajax|
|2006–07||Ibrahim Afellay (NED)||PSV|
|2007–08||Miralem Sulejmani (SRB)||Heerenveen|
|2008–09||Eljero Elia (NED)||Twente|
|2009–10||Gregory van der Wiel (NED)||Ajax|
|2010–11||Christian Eriksen (DEN)||Ajax|
|2011–12||Adam Maher (NED)||AZ|
|2012–13||Marco van Ginkel (NED)||Vitesse|
|2013–14||Davy Klaassen (NED)||Ajax|
|2014–15||Memphis Depay (NED)||PSV|
|2015–16||Vincent Janssen (NED)||AZ|
|2016–17||Kasper Dolberg (DEN)||Ajax|
|2017–18||Matthijs de Ligt (NED)||Ajax|
|2018–19||Frenkie de Jong (NED)||Ajax|
|2019–20||not awarded as season was terminated early|
|2020–21||Ryan Gravenberch (NED)||Ajax|
|Dutch Goalkeeper of the year|
|1987||Hans van Breukelen (NED)||PSV|
|1988||Hans van Breukelen (NED)||PSV|
|1989||Ruud Hesp (NED)||Fortuna Sittard|
|1990||Stanley Menzo (NED)||Ajax|
|1991||Hans van Breukelen (NED)||PSV|
|1992||Hans van Breukelen (NED)||PSV|
|1993||Ed de Goey (NED)||Feyenoord|
|1994||Edwin van der Sar (NED)||Ajax|
|1995||Edwin van der Sar (NED)||Ajax|
|1996||Edwin van der Sar (NED)||Ajax|
|1997||Edwin van der Sar (NED)||Ajax|
|1998–99||Jerzy Dudek (POL)||Feyenoord|
|1999–2000||Jerzy Dudek (POL)||Feyenoord|
|2000–01||Ronald Waterreus (NED)||PSV|
|2001–02||Edwin Zoetebier (NED)||Feyenoord|
|2002–03||Dennis Gentenaar (NED)||NEC|
|2003–04||Gábor Babos (HUN)||NAC Breda|
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