Georgian Footballer of the Year

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Georgian Footballer of the Year is an annual award given to the best Georgian footballer.

The award for an official year is given in summer on the basis of players' performance in a winter league season. The winner is elected by results of a poll conducted among Georgian journalists. From 1993, it is awarded by sports daily newspaper Sarbieli (სარბიელი). Earlier, in 1990 and 1992, another newspaper, Kartuli Pekhburti (ქართული ფეხბურთი), awarded it.

YearFootballerClubPoints
1990 [1] Temur Ketsbaia Flag of the Georgian Soviet Socialist Republic.svg Dinamo Tbilisi
1992 [1] Mikhail Jishkariani Flag of Georgia (1990-2004).svg Tskhumi Sukhumi
1993 [1] Giorgi Kinkladze Flag of Georgia (1990-2004).svg Dinamo Tbilisi
1994 [1] Shota Arveladze Flag of Turkey.svg Trabzonspor
1995 [1] Akaki Devadze Flag of Russia.svg Rostselmash
1996 [1] Giorgi Kinkladze Flag of England.svg Manchester City
1997 [1] Temur Ketsbaia Flag of Greece.svg AEK Athens
1998 [1] Shota Arveladze Flag of the Netherlands.svg Ajax
1999 [1] Zaza Janashia Flag of Russia.svg Lokomotiv Moscow
2000 [2] Levan Kobiashvili Flag of Germany.svg Freiburg 158
2nd Kakha Kaladze Flag of Italy.svg Milan 136
3rd Georgi Demetradze Flag of Ukraine.svg Dynamo Kyiv 73
2001 [3] Kakha Kaladze Flag of Italy.svg Milan 210
2nd Levan Kobiashvili Flag of Germany.svg Freiburg 112
3rd Georgi Nemsadze Flag of Scotland.svg Dundee 28
2002 [4] Kakha Kaladze Flag of Italy.svg Milan
2003 [5] Kakha Kaladze Flag of Italy.svg Milan 232
2nd Zurab Khizanishvili Flag of Scotland.svg Dundee 93
3rd Shota Arveladze Flag of Scotland.svg Rangers 36
2004 [6] Aleksandr Iashvili Flag of Germany.svg Freiburg
2nd Levan Kobiashvili Flag of Germany.svg Schalke 04
2005 [1] Levan Kobiashvili Flag of Germany.svg Schalke 04 202
2nd Malkhaz Asatiani Flag of Russia.svg Lokomotiv Moscow 184
3rd Kakha Kaladze Flag of Italy.svg Milan 29
2006 [7] Kakha Kaladze Flag of Italy.svg Milan 196
2nd Levan Kobiashvili Flag of Germany.svg Schalke 04 143
3rd Shota Arveladze Flag of the Netherlands.svg AZ 109
2007 [8] Shota Arveladze Flag of the Netherlands.svg AZ
2nd Kakha Kaladze Flag of Italy.svg Milan
3rd Levan Kobiashvili Flag of Germany.svg Schalke 04
2008 Aleksandr Iashvili Flag of Germany.svg Karlsruhe
2009 Jano Ananidze Flag of Russia.svg Spartak Moscow
2010 Giorgi Merebashvili Flag of Serbia.svg Vojvodina
2011 Kakha Kaladze Flag of Italy.svg Genoa
2012 Guram Kashia Flag of the Netherlands.svg Vitesse Arnhem
2013 Guram Kashia Flag of the Netherlands.svg Vitesse Arnhem
2014 Saba Kvirkvelia Flag of Russia.svg Rubin Kazan
2015 Jaba Kankava Flag of France.svg Reims
2016 Tornike Okriashvili Flag of Russia.svg Krasnodar
2017 Saba Kvirkvelia Flag of Russia.svg Lokomotiv Moscow
2018 Giorgi Chakvetadze Flag of Belgium (civil).svg KAA Gent
2019 Jaba Kankava Flag of Kazakhstan.svg FC Tobol
2020 Khvicha Kvaratskhelia Flag of Russia.svg FC Rubin Kazan

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