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.
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|3rd Georgi Demetradze||73|
|2nd Levan Kobiashvili||112|
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|2nd Zurab Khizanishvili||93|
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|3rd Shota Arveladze||109|
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