Estonian Footballer of the Year

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The Estonian Footballer of the Year (Estonian : Eesti aasta parim jalgpallur) is an annual award given to the best performing Estonian footballer of the respective year. The award has been presented since 1992. From 1992 to 1994, the winner was chosen by Päevaleht , from 1995 to 2000 by Eesti Päevaleht , and from 2002 to 2003 by Estonian football journalists (EJAK). The Estonian Football Association (EJL) also named their player of the year from 1994 to 2003. Since 2004, the winner is chosen by representatives of the Estonian Football Association and football journalists. [1] Ragnar Klavan has won the award a record seven times. [2] The current holder is Ragnar Klavan. [3]

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Winners

YearPlayerClub
1992 Urmas Hepner Flag of Finland.svg Kumu
1993 Mart Poom Flag of Estonia.svg Flora
1994 Mart Poom (2) Flag of Switzerland.svg Wil
1995 Martin Reim Flag of Estonia.svg Flora
1996 Marek Lemsalu Flag of Estonia.svg Flora
1997 Mart Poom (3) Flag of England.svg Derby County
1998 Mart Poom [A] (4) Flag of England.svg Derby County
Urmas Kirs [B] Flag of Estonia.svg Flora
1999 Andres Oper Flag of Denmark.svg AaB
2000 Mart Poom (5) Flag of England.svg Derby County
2001 Indrek Zelinski Flag of Denmark.svg AaB
2002 Andres Oper [C] (2) Flag of Denmark.svg AaB
Raio Piiroja [B] Flag of Estonia.svg Flora
2003 Mart Poom (6) Flag of England.svg Sunderland
2004 Andrei Stepanov Flag of Russia.svg Torpedo Moscow
2005 Andres Oper (3) Flag of the Netherlands.svg Roda JC
2006 Raio Piiroja (2) Flag of Norway.svg Fredrikstad
2007 Raio Piiroja (3) Flag of Norway.svg Fredrikstad
2008 Raio Piiroja (4) Flag of Norway.svg Fredrikstad
2009 Raio Piiroja (5) Flag of Norway.svg Fredrikstad
2010 Konstantin Vassiljev Flag of Slovenia.svg Nafta Lendava
2011 Konstantin Vassiljev (2) Flag of Russia.svg Amkar Perm
2012 Ragnar Klavan Flag of Germany.svg FC Augsburg
2013 Konstantin Vassiljev (3) Flag of Russia.svg Amkar Perm
2014 Ragnar Klavan (2) Flag of Germany.svg FC Augsburg
2015 Ragnar Klavan (3) Flag of Germany.svg FC Augsburg
2016 Ragnar Klavan (4) Flag of England.svg Liverpool
2017 Ragnar Klavan (5) Flag of England.svg Liverpool
2018 Ragnar Klavan (6) Flag of Italy.svg Cagliari
2019 Ragnar Klavan (7) Flag of Italy.svg Cagliari
  1. ^
    Voted by Eesti Päevaleht .
  2. ^ a b
    Voted by EJL.
  3. ^
    Voted by EJAK.

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References

  1. "Aasta parim jalgpallur on Ragnar Klavan". Jalka (in Estonian). Estonian Football Association. 3 December 2012. Retrieved 13 June 2017.
  2. "Estonia - Player of the Year Awards". Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation.
  3. "Aasta meesjalgpallur on Ragnar Klavan" [Men's footballer of the year is Ragnar Klavan] (in Estonian). Estonian Football Association. 9 December 2018.