EFL Young Player of the Month

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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. [1] Victor Moses of Crystal Palace was the first winner.

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List of winners

MonthYear [nb 1] NationalityPlayerTeamDivisionAge [nb 2] Ref
December 2009 Flag of Nigeria.svg  Nigeria Victor Moses Crystal Palace Championship 19 years, 20 days [2]
January 2010 Flag of England.svg  England Chris Martin Norwich City League One 21 years, 89 days [3]
February 2010 Flag of England.svg  England Alex Smithies Huddersfield Town League One 19 years, 361 days [4]
March 2010 Flag of England.svg  England Charlie Austin Swindon Town League One 20 years, 270 days [5]
April 2010 Flag of England.svg  England Connor Wickham Ipswich Town Championship 17 years, 31 days [6]
August 2010 Flag of England.svg  England Sam Baldock Milton Keynes Dons League One 21 years, 170 days [7]
September 2010 Flag of England.svg  England Marvin Sordell Watford Championship 21 years, 226 days [8]
October 2010 Flag of England.svg  England Kazenga LuaLua Brighton & Hove Albion League One 19 years, 326 days [9]
November 2010 Flag of England.svg  England Steven Caulker Bristol City Championship 18 years, 337 days [10]
December 2010 Flag of England.svg  England Will Buckley Watford Championship 21 years, 33 days [11]
January 2011 Flag of England.svg  England Jay Rodriguez Burnley Championship 21 years, 188 days [12]
February 2011 Flag of England.svg  England Jon Taylor Shrewsbury Town League Two 18 years, 224 days [13]
March 2011 Flag of England.svg  England Alex McCarthy Reading Championship 21 years, 119 days [14]
April 2011 Flag of England.svg  England Danny Ings AFC Bournemouth League One 19 years, 16 days [15]
August 2011 Flag of England.svg  England Harry Maguire Sheffield United League One 18 years, 180 days [16]
September 2011 Flag of England.svg  England Gary Madine Sheffield Wednesday League One 21 years, 38 days [17]
October 2011 Ulster Banner.svg  Northern Ireland Billy Kee Burton Albion League Two 20 years, 335 days [18]
November 2011 Flag of England.svg  England Jonjo Shelvey Blackpool Championship 19 years, 277 days [19]
December 2011 Flag of England.svg  England Nick Powell Crewe Alexandra League Two 17 years, 283 days [20]
January 2012 Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Matt Phillips Blackpool Championship 20 years, 325 days [21]
February 2012 Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales Kieron Freeman Notts County League One 19 years, 356 days [22]
March 2012 Flag of Ireland.svg  Ireland Sean Murray Watford Championship 18 years, 173 days [23]
April 2012 Flag of England.svg  England Luke Freeman Stevenage League One 20 years, 40 days [24]
August 2012 Flag of England.svg  England Max Clayton Crewe Alexandra League One 18 years, 23 days [25]
September 2012 Flag of England.svg  England George Bowerman Walsall League One 20 years, 330 days [26]
October 2012 Flag of England.svg  England Wilfried Zaha Crystal Palace Championship 19 years, 357 days [27]
November 2012 Flag of England.svg  England Will Hughes Derby County Championship 17 years, 238 days [28]
December 2012 Flag of England.svg  England Tendayi Darikwa Chesterfield League Two 21 years, 19 days [29]
January 2013 Flag of Ireland.svg  Ireland Carl McHugh Bradford City League Two 19 years, 362 days [30]
February 2013 Flag of England.svg  England George Long Sheffield United League One 19 years, 116 days [31]
March 2013 Flag of England.svg  England Sam Byram Leeds United Championship 19 years, 197 days [32]
April 2013 Flag of England.svg  England Nathaniel Chalobah Watford Championship 18 years, 138 days [33]
August 2013 Flag of England.svg  England Britt Assombalonga Peterborough United League One 20 years, 269 days [34]
September 2013 Flag of England.svg  England Liam Moore Leicester City Championship 20 years, 243 days [35]
October 2013 Flag of England.svg  England Jordan Cousins Charlton Athletic Championship 19 years, 240 days [36]
November 2013 Flag of England.svg  England Ollie Banks Chesterfield League Two 21 years, 71 days [37]
December 2013 Flag of England.svg  England Patrick Bamford Milton Keynes Dons League One 20 years, 118 days [38]
January 2014 Flag of England.svg  England Jake Bidwell Brentford League One 20 years, 326 days [39]
February 2014 Flag of the United States.svg  United States Will Packwood Birmingham City Championship 20 years, 284 days [40]
March 2014 Flag of England.svg  England Dale Jennings Barnsley Championship 21 years, 101 days [41]
April 2014 Flag of England.svg  England Moses Odubajo Leyton Orient League One 20 years, 277 days [42]
August 2014 Flag of England.svg  England Dele Alli Milton Keynes Dons League One 18 years, 143 days [43]
September 2014 Flag of England.svg  England Matt Ingram Wycombe Wanderers League Two 20 years, 287 days [44]
October 2014 Flag of England.svg  England Marcus Maddison Peterborough United League One 21 years, 36 days [45]
November 2014 Flag of England.svg  England Alex Mowatt Leeds United Championship 19 years, 291 days [46]
December 2014 Flag of England.svg  England Demarai Gray Birmingham City Championship 18 years, 187 days [47]
January 2015 Flag of England.svg  England Dominic Iorfa Wolverhampton Wanderers Championship 19 years, 208 days [48]
February 2015 Flag of England.svg  England Joe Bryan Bristol City League One 21 years, 165 days [49]
March 2015 Flag of England.svg  England Scott Harrison Hartlepool United League Two 21 years, 210 days [50]
April 2015 Flag of England.svg  England Daniel Bentley Southend United League Two 21 years, 292 days [51]
August 2015 Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Ryan Fraser Ipswich Town Championship 21 years, 189 days [52]
September 2015 Flag of England.svg  England Rico Henry Walsall League One 18 years, 85 days [53]
October 2015 Flag of France.svg  France Moussa Dembélé Fulham Championship 19 years, 112 days [54]
November 2015 Flag of England.svg  England Jermaine Anderson Peterborough United League One 19 years, 199 days [55]
December 2015 Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales Tom Lockyer Bristol Rovers League Two 21 years, 29 days [56]
January 2016 Flag of England.svg  England Ben Osborn Nottingham Forest Championship 21 years, 180 days [57]
February 2016 Ulster Banner.svg  Northern Ireland Cameron McGeehan Luton Town League Two 20 years, 330 days [58]
March 2016 Flag of England.svg  England Ollie Watkins Exeter City League Two 20 years, 93 days [59]
April 2016 Flag of England.svg  England Ben Thompson Millwall League One 20 years, 211 days [60]
August 2016 Flag of England.svg  England Nathan Smith Port Vale League One 20 years, 151 days [61]
September 2016 Flag of England.svg  England Tammy Abraham Bristol City Championship 18 years, 365 days [62]
October 2016 Flag of England.svg  England Kalvin Phillips Leeds United Championship 20 years, 335 days [63]
November 2016 Flag of England.svg  England Liam Mandeville Doncaster Rovers League Two 19 years, 288 days [64]
December 2016 Flag of England.svg  England Frankie Kent Colchester United League Two 21 years, 41 days [65]
January 2017 Flag of England.svg  England John Swift Reading Championship 21 years, 223 days [66]
February 2017 Flag of England.svg  England Ryan Ledson Oxford United League One 19 years, 194 days [67]
March 2017 Flag of Nigeria.svg  Nigeria Bright Osayi-Samuel Blackpool League Two 19 years, 91 days [68]
April 2017 Flag of England.svg  England Josh Cullen Bradford City League One 21 years, 24 days [69]
August 2017 Flag of England.svg  England Jarrod Bowen Hull City Championship 20 years, 255 days [70]
September 2017 Flag of England.svg  England Callum Brittain Milton Keynes Dons League One 19 years, 203 days [71]
October 2017 Flag of Cote d'Ivoire.svg  Ivory Coast Siriki Dembélé Grimsby Town League Two 21 years, 55 days [72]
November 2017 Flag of England.svg  England Hakeeb Adelakun Scunthorpe United League One 21 years, 173 days [73]
December 2017 Flag of England.svg  England Callum Lang Morecambe League Two 19 years, 115 days [74]
January 2018 Flag of England.svg  England James Maddison Norwich City Championship 21 years, 70 days [75]
February
March
April
August 2018 Flag of England.svg  England Josh Maja Sunderland League One 19 years, 248 days [76]
September 2018 Ulster Banner.svg  Northern Ireland Jamal Lewis Norwich City Championship 20 years, 249 days [77]
October 2018 Flag of England.svg  England Harvey Gilmour Tranmere Rovers League Two 19 years, 321 days [78]
November 2018 Flag of England.svg  England James Justin Luton Town League One 20 years, 281 days [79]
December 2018 Flag of England.svg  England George Miller Bradford City League One 20 years, 143 days [80]
January 2019 Flag of England.svg  England Jacob Brown Barnsley League One 20 years, 297 days [81]
February 2019 Flag of England.svg  England Tyrese Campbell Shrewsbury Town League One 19 years, 63 days [82]
March
April
August 2019 Flag of England.svg  England Conor Gallagher Charlton Athletic Championship 19 years, 207 days [83]
September 2019 Flag of England.svg  England Jacob Greaves Cheltenham Town League Two 19 years, 19 days [84]
October 2019 Flag of Finland.svg  Finland Marcus Forss AFC Wimbledon League One 20 years, 136 days [85]
November 2020 Flag of England.svg  England Jude Bellingham Birmingham City Championship 16 years, 155 days [86]
December 2020 Flag of England.svg  England Djed Spence Middlesbrough Championship 19 years, 145 days [87]
January 2020 Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales Luke Jephcott Plymouth Argyle League Two 20 years, 6 days [88]
February 2020 Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia Harry Souttar Fleetwood Town League One 21 years, 131 days [89]
September 2020 Flag of England.svg  England Keane Lewis-Potter Hull City League One 19 years, 222 days [90]
October 2020 Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales Brandon Cooper Newport County League Two 20 years, 292 days [91]
November 2020 Flag of England.svg  England Max Aarons Norwich City Championship 20 years, 332 days [92]
December 2020 Flag of France.svg  France Michael Olise Reading Championship 19 years, 20 days [93]
January 2021 Flag of Ghana.svg  Ghana Kwadwo Baah Rochdale League One 18 years, 5 days [94]
February 2021 Flag of England.svg  England Callum Styles Barnsley Championship 20 years, 338 days [95]
March 2021 Flag of England.svg  England Morgan Rogers Lincoln City League One 18 years, 249 days [96]
April 2021 Flag of England.svg  England Ayoub Assal AFC Wimbledon League One 19 years, 100 days [97]

Awards won by division

Up to and including the February 2020 award.

DivisionWins
League One 35
Championship 33
League Two 20

Awards won by nationality

Up to and including the February 2020 award.

CountryWins
Flag of England.svg  England 71
Ulster Banner.svg  Northern Ireland 3
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales 3
Flag of Ireland.svg  Ireland 2
Flag of Nigeria.svg  Nigeria 2
Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland 2
Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia 1
Flag of Finland.svg  Finland 1
Flag of France.svg  France 1
Flag of Cote d'Ivoire.svg  Ivory Coast 1
Flag of the United States.svg  United States 1

Awards won by club

Up to and including the February 2020 award.

ClubWins
Milton Keynes Dons 4
Watford 4
Birmingham City 3
Blackpool 3
Bradford City 3
Bristol City 3
Leeds United 3
Norwich City 3
Peterborough United 3
Barnsley 2
Charlton Athletic 2
Chesterfield 2
Crewe Alexandra 2
Crystal Palace 2
Ipswich Town 2
Luton Town 2
Reading 2
Sheffield United 2
Shrewsbury Town 2
Walsall 2
AFC Bournemouth 1
AFC Wimbledon 1
Brentford 1
Brighton & Hove Albion 1
Bristol Rovers 1
Burnley 1
Burton Albion 1
Cheltenham Town 1
Colchester United 1
Derby County 1
Doncaster Rovers 1
Exeter City 1
Fleetwood Town 1
Fulham 1
Grimsby Town 1
Hartlepool United 1
Huddersfield Town 1
Hull City 1
Leicester City 1
Leyton Orient 1
Middlesbrough 1
Millwall 1
Morecambe 1
Nottingham Forest 1
Notts County 1
Oxford United 1
Plymouth Argyle 1
Port Vale 1
Scunthorpe United 1
Sheffield Wednesday 1
Southend United 1
Stevenage 1
Sunderland 1
Swindon Town 1
Tranmere Rovers 1
Wolverhampton Wanderers 1
Wycombe Wanderers 1

Notes

  1. Each year in the table is linked to the corresponding football season.
  2. Age at the end of the month awarded

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