The EFL Young Player of the Month is an award for young players in all three divisions of the English Football League. To be eligible players must be under-21 or turn 21 during the current season. It was first awarded in December 2009.Victor Moses of Crystal Palace was the first winner.
|December||2009||Nigeria||Victor Moses||Crystal Palace||Championship||19 years, 20 days|
|January||2010||England||Chris Martin||Norwich City||League One||21 years, 89 days|
|February||2010||England||Alex Smithies||Huddersfield Town||League One||19 years, 361 days|
|March||2010||England||Charlie Austin||Swindon Town||League One||20 years, 270 days|
|April||2010||England||Connor Wickham||Ipswich Town||Championship||17 years, 31 days|
|August||2010||England||Sam Baldock||Milton Keynes Dons||League One||21 years, 170 days|
|September||2010||England||Marvin Sordell||Watford||Championship||21 years, 226 days|
|October||2010||England||Kazenga LuaLua||Brighton & Hove Albion||League One||19 years, 326 days|
|November||2010||England||Steven Caulker||Bristol City||Championship||18 years, 337 days|
|December||2010||England||Will Buckley||Watford||Championship||21 years, 33 days|
|January||2011||England||Jay Rodriguez||Burnley||Championship||21 years, 188 days|
|February||2011||England||Jon Taylor||Shrewsbury Town||League Two||18 years, 224 days|
|March||2011||England||Alex McCarthy||Reading||Championship||21 years, 119 days|
|April||2011||England||Danny Ings||AFC Bournemouth||League One||19 years, 16 days|
|August||2011||England||Harry Maguire||Sheffield United||League One||18 years, 180 days|
|September||2011||England||Gary Madine||Sheffield Wednesday||League One||21 years, 38 days|
|October||2011||Northern Ireland||Billy Kee||Burton Albion||League Two||20 years, 335 days|
|November||2011||England||Jonjo Shelvey||Blackpool||Championship||19 years, 277 days|
|December||2011||England||Nick Powell||Crewe Alexandra||League Two||17 years, 283 days|
|January||2012||Scotland||Matt Phillips||Blackpool||Championship||20 years, 325 days|
|February||2012||Wales||Kieron Freeman||Notts County||League One||19 years, 356 days|
|March||2012||Ireland||Sean Murray||Watford||Championship||18 years, 173 days|
|April||2012||England||Luke Freeman||Stevenage||League One||20 years, 40 days|
|August||2012||England||Max Clayton||Crewe Alexandra||League One||18 years, 23 days|
|September||2012||England||George Bowerman||Walsall||League One||20 years, 330 days|
|October||2012||England||Wilfried Zaha||Crystal Palace||Championship||19 years, 357 days|
|November||2012||England||Will Hughes||Derby County||Championship||17 years, 238 days|
|December||2012||England||Tendayi Darikwa||Chesterfield||League Two||21 years, 19 days|
|January||2013||Ireland||Carl McHugh||Bradford City||League Two||19 years, 362 days|
|February||2013||England||George Long||Sheffield United||League One||19 years, 116 days|
|March||2013||England||Sam Byram||Leeds United||Championship||19 years, 197 days|
|April||2013||England||Nathaniel Chalobah||Watford||Championship||18 years, 138 days|
|August||2013||England||Britt Assombalonga||Peterborough United||League One||20 years, 269 days|
|September||2013||England||Liam Moore||Leicester City||Championship||20 years, 243 days|
|October||2013||England||Jordan Cousins||Charlton Athletic||Championship||19 years, 240 days|
|November||2013||England||Ollie Banks||Chesterfield||League Two||21 years, 71 days|
|December||2013||England||Patrick Bamford||Milton Keynes Dons||League One||20 years, 118 days|
|January||2014||England||Jake Bidwell||Brentford||League One||20 years, 326 days|
|February||2014||United States||Will Packwood||Birmingham City||Championship||20 years, 284 days|
|March||2014||England||Dale Jennings||Barnsley||Championship||21 years, 101 days|
|April||2014||England||Moses Odubajo||Leyton Orient||League One||20 years, 277 days|
|August||2014||England||Dele Alli||Milton Keynes Dons||League One||18 years, 143 days|
|September||2014||England||Matt Ingram||Wycombe Wanderers||League Two||20 years, 287 days|
|October||2014||England||Marcus Maddison||Peterborough United||League One||21 years, 36 days|
|November||2014||England||Alex Mowatt||Leeds United||Championship||19 years, 291 days|
|December||2014||England||Demarai Gray||Birmingham City||Championship||18 years, 187 days|
|January||2015||England||Dominic Iorfa||Wolverhampton Wanderers||Championship||19 years, 208 days|
|February||2015||England||Joe Bryan||Bristol City||League One||21 years, 165 days|
|March||2015||England||Scott Harrison||Hartlepool United||League Two||21 years, 210 days|
|April||2015||England||Daniel Bentley||Southend United||League Two||21 years, 292 days|
|August||2015||Scotland||Ryan Fraser||Ipswich Town||Championship||21 years, 189 days|
|September||2015||England||Rico Henry||Walsall||League One||18 years, 85 days|
|October||2015||France||Moussa Dembélé||Fulham||Championship||19 years, 112 days|
|November||2015||England||Jermaine Anderson||Peterborough United||League One||19 years, 199 days|
|December||2015||Wales||Tom Lockyer||Bristol Rovers||League Two||21 years, 29 days|
|January||2016||England||Ben Osborn||Nottingham Forest||Championship||21 years, 180 days|
|February||2016||Northern Ireland||Cameron McGeehan||Luton Town||League Two||20 years, 330 days|
|March||2016||England||Ollie Watkins||Exeter City||League Two||20 years, 93 days|
|April||2016||England||Ben Thompson||Millwall||League One||20 years, 211 days|
|August||2016||England||Nathan Smith||Port Vale||League One||20 years, 151 days|
|September||2016||England||Tammy Abraham||Bristol City||Championship||18 years, 365 days|
|October||2016||England||Kalvin Phillips||Leeds United||Championship||20 years, 335 days|
|November||2016||England||Liam Mandeville||Doncaster Rovers||League Two||19 years, 288 days|
|December||2016||England||Frankie Kent||Colchester United||League Two||21 years, 41 days|
|January||2017||England||John Swift||Reading||Championship||21 years, 223 days|
|February||2017||England||Ryan Ledson||Oxford United||League One||19 years, 194 days|
|March||2017||Nigeria||Bright Osayi-Samuel||Blackpool||League Two||19 years, 91 days|
|April||2017||England||Josh Cullen||Bradford City||League One||21 years, 24 days|
|August||2017||England||Jarrod Bowen||Hull City||Championship||20 years, 255 days|
|September||2017||England||Callum Brittain||Milton Keynes Dons||League One||19 years, 203 days|
|October||2017||Ivory Coast||Siriki Dembélé||Grimsby Town||League Two||21 years, 55 days|
|November||2017||England||Hakeeb Adelakun||Scunthorpe United||League One||21 years, 173 days|
|December||2017||England||Callum Lang||Morecambe||League Two||19 years, 115 days|
|January||2018||England||James Maddison||Norwich City||Championship||21 years, 70 days|
|August||2018||England||Josh Maja||Sunderland||League One||19 years, 248 days|
|September||2018||Northern Ireland||Jamal Lewis||Norwich City||Championship||20 years, 249 days|
|October||2018||England||Harvey Gilmour||Tranmere Rovers||League Two||19 years, 321 days|
|November||2018||England||James Justin||Luton Town||League One||20 years, 281 days|
|December||2018||England||George Miller||Bradford City||League One||20 years, 143 days|
|January||2019||England||Jacob Brown||Barnsley||League One||20 years, 297 days|
|February||2019||England||Tyrese Campbell||Shrewsbury Town||League One||19 years, 63 days|
|August||2019||England||Conor Gallagher||Charlton Athletic||Championship||19 years, 207 days|
|September||2019||England||Jacob Greaves||Cheltenham Town||League Two||19 years, 19 days|
|October||2019||Finland||Marcus Forss||AFC Wimbledon||League One||20 years, 136 days|
|November||2020||England||Jude Bellingham||Birmingham City||Championship||16 years, 155 days|
|December||2020||England||Djed Spence||Middlesbrough||Championship||19 years, 145 days|
|January||2020||Wales||Luke Jephcott||Plymouth Argyle||League Two||20 years, 6 days|
|February||2020||Australia||Harry Souttar||Fleetwood Town||League One||21 years, 131 days|
|September||2020||England||Keane Lewis-Potter||Hull City||League One||19 years, 222 days|
|October||2020||Wales||Brandon Cooper||Newport County||League Two||20 years, 292 days|
|November||2020||England||Max Aarons||Norwich City||Championship||20 years, 332 days|
|December||2020||France||Michael Olise||Reading||Championship||19 years, 20 days|
|January||2021||Ghana||Kwadwo Baah||Rochdale||League One||18 years, 5 days|
|February||2021||England||Callum Styles||Barnsley||Championship||20 years, 338 days|
|March||2021||England||Morgan Rogers||Lincoln City||League One||18 years, 249 days|
|April||2021||England||Ayoub Assal||AFC Wimbledon||League One||19 years, 100 days|
Up to and including the February 2020 award.
Up to and including the February 2020 award.
Up to and including the February 2020 award.
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|Brighton & Hove Albion||1|
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