The EFL Championship Player of the Month is an association football award that recognises the player adjudged the best for each month of the season in the Football League Championship, the second tier in English football. For sponsorship reasons, since its inception it has been known as the Coca-Cola Player of the Month award; Coca-Cola sponsored the Football League since 2004 and the deal ended 2010. From the 2010–11 to the 2012–13 season, the Football League was sponsored by NPower, so it was known as the NPower Player of the Month award. As of the 2013–14 season, the league has been sponsored by Skybet, so it is now the SkyBet Player of the Month award. The awards are designed and manufactured in the UK by bespoke awards company Gaudio Awards.
|August||2004||Nigeria||Ade Akinbiyi||Stoke City|
|October||2004||Northern Ireland||Kevin Horlock||Ipswich Town|
|December||2004||England||Dean Ashton||Crewe Alexandra|
|January||2005||Wales||Danny Gabbidon||Cardiff City|
|February||2005||England||Marcus Tudgay||Derby County|
|March||2005||England||David Nugent||Preston North End|
|April||2005||England||Teddy Sheringham||West Ham United|
|August||2005||England||Joleon Lescott||Wolverhampton Wanderers|
|September||2005||England||Kevin Nicholls||Luton Town|
|November||2005||Guinea||Sambégou Bangoura||Stoke City|
|February||2006||England||Dennis Wise||Coventry City|
|March||2006||Spain||Iñigo Idiakez||Derby County|
|April||2006||Jamaica||Ricardo Fuller||Stoke City|
|September||2006||England||Michael Chopra||Cardiff City|
|October||2006||Senegal||Diomansy Kamara||West Bromwich Albion|
|November||2006||England||Darel Russell||Stoke City|
|December||2006||Wales||Jason Koumas||West Bromwich Albion|
|January||2007||England||David Nugent||Preston North End|
|February||2007||Ireland||Stephen Ward||Wolverhampton Wanderers|
|March||2007||England||Giles Barnes||Derby County|
|April||2007||England||Jamie Cureton||Colchester United|
|August||2007||Wales||Freddy Eastwood||Wolverhampton Wanderers|
|October||2007||England||Ryan Shawcross||Stoke City|
|November||2007||Scotland||Chris Iwelumo||Charlton Athletic|
|December||2007||England||Kevin Phillips||West Bromwich Albion|
|February||2008||Ireland||Liam Lawrence||Stoke City|
|March||2008||England||Sylvan Ebanks-Blake||Wolverhampton Wanderers|
|April||2008||England||James Beattie||Sheffield United|
|August||2008||England||Richard Chaplow||Preston North End|
|October||2008||England||Rob Hulse||Derby County|
|November||2008||Scotland||Chris Iwelumo||Wolverhampton Wanderers|
|January||2009||Wales||Joe Ledley||Cardiff City|
|February||2009||Trinidad and Tobago||Jason Scotland||Swansea City|
|April||2009||England||Kyle Naughton||Sheffield United|
|August||2009||England||Shola Ameobi||Newcastle United|
|September||2009||Ireland||Leon Best||Coventry City|
|October||2009||England||Peter Whittingham||Cardiff City|
|November||2009||England||Darren Ambrose||Crystal Palace|
|December||2009||England||Lee Camp||Nottingham Forest|
|February||2010||Scotland||Paul Gallagher||Leicester City|
|April||2010||England||Kevin Nolan||Newcastle United|
|August||2010||Morocco||Adel Taarabt||Queens Park Rangers|
|September||2010||Scotland||Jamie Mackie||Queens Park Rangers|
|October||2010||England||Jay Bothroyd||Cardiff City|
|November||2010||England||James Hayter||Doncaster Rovers|
|January||2011||England||Richie Wellens||Leicester City|
|February||2011||England||Connor Wickham||Ipswich Town|
|April||2011||Canada||Simeon Jackson||Norwich City|
|October||2011||England||Nathaniel Clyne||Crystal Palace|
|November||2011||England||Billy Sharp||Doncaster Rovers|
|January||2012||England||Curtis Davies||Birmingham City|
|March||2012||England||Garath McCleary||Nottingham Forest|
|April||2012||Portugal||Ricardo Vaz Tê||West Ham United|
|September||2012||England||Glenn Murray||Crystal Palace|
|November||2012||Nigeria||Sone Aluko||Hull City|
|December||2012||England||Dwight Gayle||Peterborough United|
|January||2013||Czech Republic||Matěj Vydra||Watford|
|February||2013||England||Fraizer Campbell||Cardiff City|
|March||2013||Scotland||George Boyd||Hull City|
|April||2013||England||James Vaughan||Huddersfield Town|
|August||2013||England||James Vaughan||Huddersfield Town|
|September||2013||England||David McGoldrick||Ipswich Town|
|November||2013||Scotland||Ross McCormack||Leeds United|
|December||2013||England||Danny Drinkwater||Leicester City|
|January||2014||England||Adam Le Fondre||Reading|
|March||2014||England||Ravel Morrison||Queens Park Rangers|
|April||2014||Benin||Rudy Gestede||Blackburn Rovers|
|August||2014||Angola||Igor Vetokele||Charlton Athletic|
|September||2014||England||Tyrone Mings||Ipswich Town|
|December||2014||Ireland||Daryl Murphy||Ipswich Town|
|February||2015||England||Henri Lansbury||Nottingham Forest|
|April||2015||England||Tom Ince||Derby County|
|August||2015||DR Congo||Kazenga LuaLua||Brighton & Hove Albion|
|September||2015||Scotland||Ross Wallace||Sheffield Wednesday|
|November||2015||Ireland||Daryl Murphy||Ipswich Town|
|December||2015||England||Sam Byram||Leeds United|
|January||2016||Uruguay||Abel Hernández||Hull City|
|February||2016||England||Aden Flint||Bristol City|
|April||2016||France||Anthony Knockaert||Brighton & Hove Albion|
|November||2016||England||Henri Lansbury||Nottingham Forest|
|January||2017||New Zealand||Chris Wood||Leeds United|
|February||2017||Republic of Ireland||Aiden McGeady||Preston North End|
|March||2017||England||Tom Barkhuizen||Preston North End|
|August||2017||England||Nathaniel Mendez-Laing||Cardiff City|
|September||2017||England||Aden Flint||Bristol City|
|October||2017||Brazil||Léo Bonatini||Wolverhampton Wanderers|
|November||2017||England||Leon Clarke||Sheffield United|
|December||2017||England||Scott Carson||Derby County|
|August||2018||England||Kemar Roofe||Leeds United|
|September||2018||England||Dwight Gayle||West Bromwich Albion|
|October||2018||England||Lukas Jutkiewicz||Birmingham City|
|November||2018||England||Tammy Abraham||Aston Villa|
|December||2018||England||Jarrod Bowen||Hull City|
|January||2019||England||Adam Armstrong||Blackburn Rovers|
|February||2019||England||Che Adams||Birmingham City|
|March||2019||Nigeria||Semi Ajayi||Rotherham United|
|April||2019||England||Dwight Gayle||West Bromwich Albion|
|August||2019||Jamaica||Daniel Johnson||Preston North End|
|September||2019||England||Chey Dunkley||Wigan Athletic|
|November||2019||England||Jarrod Bowen||Hull City|
|January||2020||Bermuda||Nahki Wells||Queens Park Rangers|
|February||2020||Ireland||Scott Hogan||Birmingham City|
|June||2020||England||Jason Pearce||Charlton Athletic|
|September||2020||England||Bradley Johnson||Blackburn Rovers|
|January||2021||England||Matt Crooks||Rotherham United|
|February||2021||Finland||Teemu Pukki||Norwich City|
Up to and including the March 2021 award.
Up to and including the April 2021 award.
|Trinidad and Tobago||1|
Up to and including the April 2021 award.
|Preston North End||6|
|West Bromwich Albion||5|
|Queens Park Rangers||4|
|Brighton & Hove Albion||2|
|West Ham United||2|
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