The Football League One Player of the Month is an association football award that recognises the player adjudged the best for each month of the season in Football League One, the third tier in English football. The award replaced the Second Division Player of the Month as League One replaced the Second Division. From the 2010–11 season, the Football League was sponsored by nPower, so it was known as the nPower League One 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||Scotland||Steve Howard||Luton Town|
|September||2004||England||Rowan Vine||Luton Town|
|November||2004||England||Curtis Davies||Luton Town|
|December||2004||Northern Ireland||Stuart Elliott||Hull City|
|January||2005||England||Adam Boyd||Hartlepool United|
|February||2005||England||Sam Parkin||Swindon Town|
|April||2005||Australia||Chris Coyne||Luton Town|
|August||2005||England||Dean Windass||Bradford City|
|September||2005||England||Lee Trundle||Swansea City|
|October||2005||England||Phil Jevons||Yeovil Town|
|November||2005||England||Lee Trundle||Swansea City|
|December||2005||Scotland||Michael McIndoe||Doncaster Rovers|
|February||2006||England||Jon Worthington||Huddersfield Town|
|March||2006||Wales||Freddy Eastwood||Southend United|
|April||2006||England||Ian Breckin||Nottingham Forest|
|August||2006||England||Leon Constantine||Port Vale|
|September||2006||England||Nicky Maynard||Crewe Alexandra|
|October||2006||England||Billy Sharp||Scunthorpe United|
|November||2006||Scotland||Kris Commons||Nottingham Forest|
|December||2006||Ireland||Paul Heffernan||Doncaster Rovers|
|January||2007||Nigeria||Enoch Showunmi||Bristol City|
|February||2007||Ireland||Joe Murphy||Scunthorpe United|
|August||2007||England||Paul Furlong||Luton Town|
|September||2007||Denmark||Casper Ankergren||Leeds United|
|October||2007||Scotland||Kris Commons||Nottingham Forest|
|November||2007||Trinidad and Tobago||Clayton Ince||Walsall|
|December||2007||Trinidad and Tobago||Jason Scotland||Swansea City|
|February||2008||England||Glenn Murray||Brighton & Hove Albion|
|March||2008||Trinidad and Tobago||Jason Scotland||Swansea City|
|April||2008||Scotland||Dougie Freedman||Leeds United|
|August||2008||England||Danny Graham||Carlisle United|
|September||2008||England||Jermaine Beckford||Leeds United|
|October||2008||England||Rickie Lambert||Bristol Rovers|
|November||2008||England||Dean Lewington||Milton Keynes Dons|
|December||2008||England||Matty Fryatt||Leicester City|
|January||2009||England||Matt Oakley||Leicester City|
|February||2009||England||Aaron McLean||Peterborough United|
|March||2009||Ireland||Simon Cox||Swindon Town|
|April||2009||Ghana||Lloyd Owusu||Brighton & Hove Albion|
|August||2009||England||Lloyd Sam||Charlton Athletic|
|September||2009||England||Nicky Forster||Brighton & Hove Albion|
|October||2009||England||Grant Holt||Norwich City|
|November||2009||England||Robbie Williams||Huddersfield Town|
|December||2009||England||Jermaine Beckford||Leeds United|
|January||2010||England||Billy Paynter||Swindon Town|
|April||2010||England||Michael Nelson||Norwich City|
|August||2010||England||Giles Coke||Sheffield Wednesday|
|September||2010||Denmark||Casper Ankergren||Brighton & Hove Albion|
|October||2010||Ireland||Anthony Pilkington||Huddersfield Town|
|November||2010||England||Johnnie Jackson||Charlton Athletic|
|December||2010||England||Sam Collins||Hartlepool United|
|January||2011||England||Paul Huntington||Yeovil Town|
|February||2011||Scotland||Craig Mackail-Smith||Brighton & Hove Albion|
|March||2011||Denmark||Casper Ankergren||Brighton & Hove Albion|
|April||2011||England||Neil Mellor||Sheffield Wednesday|
|August||2011||England||Ryan Lowe||Sheffield Wednesday|
|September||2011||England||Neil Mellor||Preston North End|
|October||2011||Scotland||Jordan Rhodes||Huddersfield Town|
|November||2011||England||Michael Morrison||Charlton Athletic|
|December||2011||Scotland||Jordan Rhodes||Huddersfield Town|
|January||2012||England||Johnnie Jackson||Charlton Athletic|
|February||2012||England||Dean Bowditch||Milton Keynes Dons|
|March||2012||Wales||Ched Evans||Sheffield United|
|April||2012||Spain||Miguel Llera||Sheffield Wednesday|
|August||2012||England||Andy Robinson||Tranmere Rovers|
|September||2012||Wales||Jake Cassidy||Tranmere Rovers|
|October||2012||England||George Long||Sheffield United|
|November||2012||Jamaica||Kevin Lisbie||Leyton Orient|
|December||2012||England||David McGoldrick||Coventry City|
|January||2013||Ireland||Paddy Madden||Yeovil Town|
|February||2013||England||Peter Hartley||Hartlepool United|
|April||2013||England||Matt Smith||Oldham Athletic|
|August||2013||Bermuda||Nahki Wells||Bradford City|
|September||2013||Ireland||Dave Mooney||Leyton Orient|
|October||2013||England||Patrick Bamford||Milton Keynes Dons|
|November||2013||England||Ryan Lowe||Tranmere Rovers|
|January||2014||England||Nicky Ajose||Peterborough United|
|February||2014||England||Michael Jacobs||Wolverhampton Wanderers|
|March||2014||England||Callum Wilson||Coventry City|
|April||2014||England||Kieran Agard||Rotherham United|
|October||2014||Barbados||Jonathan Forte||Oldham Athletic|
|November||2014||England||Carl Baker||Milton Keynes Dons|
|December||2014||Northern Ireland||Rory McArdle||Bradford City|
|January||2015||England||Dele Alli||Milton Keynes Dons|
|February||2015||England||Izale McLeod||Crawley Town|
|March||2015||England||Aden Flint||Bristol City|
|April||2015||England||Jermaine Beckford||Preston North End|
|August||2015||England||Adam Armstrong||Coventry City|
|November||2015||England||Jacob Murphy||Coventry City|
|December||2015||England||Andy Williams||Doncaster Rovers|
|March||2016||England||Sullay Kaikai||Shrewsbury Town|
|April||2016||Northern Ireland||Will Grigg||Wigan Athletic|
|August||2016||England||Josh Morris||Scunthorpe United|
|September||2016||England||Josh Morris||Scunthorpe United|
|October||2016||England||Zach Clough||Bolton Wanderers|
|February||2017||England||Billy Sharp||Sheffield United|
|March||2017||Portugal||Filipe Morais||Bolton Wanderers|
|April||2017||England||Leon Clarke||Sheffield United|
|August||2017||England||Jack Marriott||Peterborough United|
|October||2017||Ireland||Graham Carey||Plymouth Argyle|
|November||2017||Scotland||Charlie Mulgrew||Blackburn Rovers|
|December||2017||England||Dan Burn||Wigan Athletic|
|January||2018||Ireland||John-Joe O'Toole||Northampton Town|
|February||2018||England||Adam Armstrong||Blackburn Rovers|
|March||2018||England||Chey Dunkley||Wigan Athletic|
|April||2018||Northern Ireland||Will Grigg||Wigan Athletic|
|August||2018||Scotland||Jason Cummings||Peterborough United|
|September||2018||England||John Marquis||Doncaster Rovers|
|October||2018||England||Freddie Ladapo||Plymouth Argyle|
|November||2018||England||Elliot Lee||Luton Town|
|December||2018||England||Ivan Toney||Peterborough United|
|January||2019||Ireland||James Collins||Luton Town|
|March||2019||England||Jonson Clarke-Harris||Bristol Rovers|
|April||2019||England||Joe Pigott||AFC Wimbledon|
|August||2019||England||Marcus Maddison||Peterborough United|
|September||2019||England||Jonson Clarke-Harris||Bristol Rovers|
|October||2019||England||Ian Henderson||Rochdale AFC|
|November||2019||Wales||Joe Jacobson||Wycombe Wanderers|
|December||2019||England||Alex Gilbey||Milton Keynes Dons|
|January||2020||England||Ivan Toney||Peterborough United|
|February||2020||England||Matty Taylor||Oxford United|
|September||2020||Spain||Madger Gomes||Doncaster Rovers|
|November||2020||Northern Ireland||Callum Camps||Fleetwood Town|
|December||2020||England||Owen Dale||Crewe Alexandra|
|January||2021||Northern Ireland||Matty Lund||Rochdale|
|February||2021||England||Jonson Clarke-Harris||Peterborough United|
|April||2021||Northern Ireland||Josh Magennis||Hull City|
Up to and including the March 2021 award.
Up to and including the April 2021 award.
|Trinidad and Tobago||3|
Up to and including the April 2021 award.
|Brighton & Hove Albion||6|
|Milton Keynes Dons||6|
|Preston North End||2|
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