Greek football PSAP awards

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The Greek football PSAP awards are a number of awards given annually by the Greek Union of Professional Football Players (PSAP). These awards are given annually to players playing in the Superleague Greece, Football League and Football League 2. Managers and referees are also awarded by the PSAP on an annual basis.

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Superleague Greece Awards

Player Awards

SeasonBest Greek Player(s) (club(s))Best Foreign Player(s) (club(s))Best Young Player(s) (club(s))Best Goalkeeper (club)Source(s)
1994–95 Flag of Greece.svg Georgios Georgiadis (Panathinaikos)
Flag of Greece.svg Giorgos Skartados (Iraklis)
Flag of Greece.svg Michalis Kasapis (AEK Athens)
Flag of Poland.svg Krzysztof Warzycha (Panathinaikos) Flag of Greece.svg Demis Nikolaidis (Apollon Smyrnis)
1995–96 Flag of Greece.svg Giorgos Donis (Panathinaikos)
Flag of Greece.svg Vassilis Karapialis (Olympiacos)
Flag of Greece.svg Vassilios Tsiartas (AEK Athens)
Flag of Georgia.svg Temur Ketsbaia (AEK Athens) Flag of Greece.svg Nikos Liberopoulos (Kalamata) [1]
1996–97 Flag of Greece.svg Christos Kostis (AEK Athens)
Flag of Greece.svg Demis Nikolaidis (AEK Athens)
Flag of Greece.svg Kostas Frantzeskos (PAOK)
Flag of Poland.svg Krzysztof Warzycha (Panathinaikos) Flag of Greece.svg Dimitrios Eleftheropoulos (Olympiacos) [2]
1997–98 Flag of Greece.svg Demis Nikolaidis (AEK Athens) Flag of Poland.svg Krzysztof Warzycha (Panathinaikos) Flag of Greece.svg Giorgos Karagounis (Apollon Smyrnis)
Flag of Greece.svg Pantelis Konstantinidis (Apollon Smyrnis)
Flag of Greece.svg Paraskevas Antzas (Skoda Xanthi)
Flag of Greece.svg Elias Atmatsidis (AEK Athens) [3]
1998–99 Flag of Greece.svg Grigoris Georgatos (Olympiacos) Flag of Cyprus.svg Siniša Gogić (Olympiacos) Flag of Greece.svg Nikos Iordanidis (OFI) Flag of Greece.svg Elias Atmatsidis (AEK Athens) [4]
1999–2000 Flag of Greece.svg Nikos Liberopoulos (Panathinaikos) Flag of Brazil.svg Giovanni (Olympiacos) Flag of Greece.svg Christos Patsatzoglou (Skoda Xanthi)
Flag of Greece.svg Kostas Katsouranis (Panachaiki)
Flag of Greece.svg Antonios Nikopolidis (Panathinaikos) [5]
2000–01 Flag of Greece.svg Alexis Alexandris (Olympiacos) Flag of Serbia.svg Predrag Đorđević (Olympiacos) Flag of Greece.svg Giourkas Seitaridis (Panathinaikos) Flag of Greece.svg Vangelis Pourliotopoulos (Panionios) [6]
2001–02 Flag of Greece.svg Demis Nikolaidis (AEK Athens) Flag of Serbia.svg Predrag Đorđević (Olympiacos) Flag of Greece.svg Spyros Vallas (Skoda Xanthi) Flag of Greece.svg Antonios Nikopolidis (Panathinaikos) [7]
2002–03 Flag of Greece.svg Stelios Giannakopoulos (Olympiacos) Flag of Serbia.svg Predrag Đorđević (Olympiacos) Flag of Greece.svg Vangelis Mantzios (Panionios) Flag of Greece.svg Antonios Nikopolidis (Panathinaikos) [8]
2003–04 Flag of Greece.svg Dimitris Papadopoulos (Panathinaikos) Flag of Brazil.svg Giovanni (Olympiacos)
Flag of Germany.svg Markus Münch (Panathinaikos)
Flag of Greece.svg Alexandros Tziolis (Panionios) Flag of Greece.svg Antonios Nikopolidis (Panathinaikos) [9]
2004–05 Flag of Greece.svg Kostas Katsouranis (AEK Athens) Flag of Brazil.svg Luciano (Skoda Xanthi) Flag of Greece.svg Panagiotis Lagos (Iraklis) Flag of Greece.svg Antonios Nikopolidis (Olympiacos) [10]
2005–06 Flag of Greece.svg Ieroklis Stoltidis (Olympiacos)
Flag of Greece.svg Nikos Liberopoulos (AEK Athens)
Flag of Brazil.svg Rivaldo (Olympiacos) Flag of Greece.svg Panagiotis Lagos (Iraklis) Flag of Greece.svg Antonios Nikopolidis (Olympiacos) [11]
2006–07 Flag of Greece.svg Nikos Liberopoulos (AEK Athens) Flag of Brazil.svg Rivaldo (Olympiacos) Flag of Greece.svg Sotiris Ninis (Panathinaikos) Flag of Poland.svg Arkadiusz Malarz (Skoda Xanthi) [12]
2007–08 Flag of Greece.svg Dimitris Salpingidis (Panathinaikos) Flag of Serbia.svg Darko Kovačević (Olympiacos)
Flag of Argentina.svg Ismael Blanco (AEK Athens)
Flag of Greece.svg Sokratis Papastathopoulos (AEK Athens) Flag of Greece.svg Antonios Nikopolidis (Olympiacos) [13]
2008–09 Flag of Greece.svg Dimitris Salpingidis (Panathinaikos) Flag of Argentina.svg Luciano Galletti (Olympiacos) Flag of Greece.svg Vasilios Koutsianikoulis (Ergotelis) Flag of Greece.svg Antonios Nikopolidis (Olympiacos) [14]
2009–10 Flag of Greece.svg Vasilis Torosidis (Olympiacos) Flag of France.svg Djibril Cissé (Panathinaikos) Flag of Greece.svg Sotiris Ninis (Panathinaikos) Flag of Greece.svg Michalis Sifakis (Aris) [15]
2010–11 Flag of Greece.svg Avraam Papadopoulos (Olympiacos) Flag of Portugal.svg Vieirinha (PAOK) Flag of Greece.svg Giannis Fetfatzidis (Olympiacos) Flag of Greece.svg Michalis Sifakis (Aris) [16]
2011–12 Flag of Greece.svg Kostas Mitroglou (Atromitos) Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Kevin Mirallas (Olympiacos) Flag of Greece.svg Panagiotis Vlachodimos (Skoda Xanthi) Flag of Greece.svg Orestis Karnezis (Panathinaikos) [17]
2012–13 Flag of Greece.svg Dimitris Papadopoulos (Panthrakikos) Flag of Spain.svg Rubén Rayos (Asteras Tripolis) Flag of Albania.svg Ergys Kaçe (PAOK) Flag of Greece.svg Orestis Karnezis (Panathinaikos) [18] [19]
2013–14 Flag of Greece.svg Dimitris Papadopoulos (Atromitos) Flag of Sweden.svg Marcus Berg (Panathinaikos) Flag of Greece.svg Dimitris Kolovos (Panionios) Flag of Spain.svg Roberto (Olympiacos)
2014–15 Flag of Greece.svg Nikos Kaltsas (Veria) Flag of Argentina.svg Alejandro Domínguez (Olympiacos) Flag of Greece.svg Charis Charisis (PAS Giannina) Flag of Greece.svg Markos Vellidis (PAS Giannina) [20] [21]
2015–16 Flag of Greece.svg Kostas Fortounis (Olympiacos) Flag of Sweden.svg Marcus Berg (Panathinaikos) Flag of Greece.svg Charis Charisis (PAOK) Flag of Spain.svg Roberto (Olympiacos)
2016–17 Flag of Greece.svg Petros Mantalos (AEK Athens) Flag of Sweden.svg Marcus Berg (Panathinaikos) Flag of Greece.svg Panagiotis Retsos (Olympiacos) Flag of Greece.svg Andreas Gianniotis (Panionios)
2017–18 Flag of Greece.svg Lazaros Christodoulopoulos (AEK Athens) Flag of Egypt.svg Amr Warda (Atromitos) Flag of Greece.svg Tasos Douvikas (Asteras Tripolis) Flag of Greece.svg Andreas Gianniotis (Atromitos)
2018–19 Flag of Greece.svg Kostas Fortounis (Olympiacos) Flag of Portugal.svg Vieirinha (PAOK) Flag of Greece.svg Giannis Bouzoukis (Panathinaikos) Flag of Greece.svg Alexandros Paschalakis (PAOK) [22]
2019–20 Flag of Greece.svg Kostas Tsimikas (Olympiacos) Flag of Morocco.svg Youssef El-Arabi (Olympiacos) Flag of Greece.svg Dimitris Emmanouilidis (Panionios) Flag of Portugal.svg José Sá (Olympiacos)

Coach Awards

SeasonBest Coach (club)Source(s)
1994–95 Flag of Greece.svg Giannis Pathiakakis (Apollon Smyrnis)
1995–96 Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina.svg Dušan Bajević (AEK Athens) [1]
1996–97 Flag of Greece.svg Georgios Paraschos (Kavala) [2]
1997–98 Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina.svg Dušan Bajević (Olympiacos) [3]
1998–99 Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina.svg Dušan Bajević (Olympiacos) [4]
1999–2000 Flag of Greece.svg Giannis Kyrastas (Panathinaikos) [5]
2000–01 Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina.svg Dušan Bajević (PAOK) [6]
2001–02 Flag of Portugal.svg Fernando Santos (AEK Athens) [7]
2002–03 Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina.svg Dušan Bajević (AEK Athens) [8]
2003–04 Flag of Greece.svg Angelos Anastasiadis (PAOK) [9]
2004–05 Flag of Portugal.svg Fernando Santos (AEK Athens) [10]
2005–06 Flag of Greece.svg Savvas Kofidis (Iraklis) [11]
2006–07 Flag of Germany.svg Ewald Lienen (Panionios) [12]
2007–08 Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina.svg Dušan Bajević (Aris) [13]
2008–09 Flag of Portugal.svg Fernando Santos (PAOK) [14]
2009–10 Flag of Portugal.svg Fernando Santos (PAOK) [15]
2010–11 Flag of Spain.svg Ernesto Valverde (Olympiacos) [16]
2011–12 Flag of Spain.svg Ernesto Valverde (Olympiacos)
Flag of Greece.svg Giorgos Donis (Atromitos)
[17]
2012–13 Flag of Greece.svg Giannis Christopoulos (PAS Giannina) [18]
2013–14 Flag of Greece.svg Giannis Anastasiou (Panathinaikos)
2014–15 Flag of Greece.svg Giannis Petrakis (PAS Giannina) [20]
2015–16 Flag of Greece.svg Marinos Ouzounidis (Panionios) [23]
2016–17 Flag of Serbia.svg Vladimir Ivić (PAOK) [24]
2017–18 Flag of Spain.svg Manolo Jiménez (AEK Athens)
2018–19 Flag of Romania.svg Răzvan Lucescu (PAOK) [25]
2019–20 Flag of Portugal.svg Pedro Martins (Olympiacos)

Football League Awards

SeasonBest Player(s) (clubs(s))Best Young Player(s) (clubs(s))Best Goalkeeper(s) (clubs(s))Source(s)
1994–95 Flag of Greece.svg Stelios Giannakopoulos (Paniliakos)--
1995–96 Flag of Syria.svg Mohammad Nasser Afash (Proodeftiki)--
1996–97 Flag of Greece.svg Giannis Martineos (Levadiakos)--
1997–98 Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina.svg Simo Krunić (Larissa)--
1998–99 Flag of Greece.svg Giannis Chatzinikolaou (Agios Nikolaos)--
1999–2000 Flag of Greece.svg Giorgos Sourlis (Egaleo)--
2000–01 Flag of Greece.svg Christoforos Andriadakis (Agios Nikolaos)--
2001–02 Flag of Greece.svg Giannis Angelopoulos (Proodeftiki)--
2002–03 Flag of Greece.svg Giorgos Zacharopoulos (Atromitos)--
2003–04 Flag of Greece.svg Charilaos Pappas (Apollon Kalamarias)--
2004–05 Flag of Greece.svg Thanasis Sentementes (Kalamata)-- [10]
2005–06 Flag of Nigeria.svg Patrick Ogunsoto (Ergotelis)-- [11]
2006–07 Flag of Greece.svg Ilias Solakis (Kastoria)-- [12]
2007–08 Flag of Greece.svg Ilias Anastasakos (Thrasyvoulos)-- [13]
2008–09 Flag of Greece.svg Nikos Soultanidis (Kavala)- Flag of Greece.svg Fanis Katergiannakis (Kavala) [14]
2009–10 Flag of Greece.svg Giorgos Theodoridis (Panetolikos) Flag of Greece.svg Giorgos Georgiadis (Panserraikos) Flag of Greece.svg Asterios Giakoumis (Agrotikos Asteras) [15]
2010–11 Flag of Greece.svg Giorgos Theodoridis (Panetolikos) Flag of Greece.svg Nikolaos Kaltsas (Veria) Flag of Italy.svg Luigi Cennamo (Panetolikos) [16]
2011–12 Flag of South Africa.svg Calvin Kadi (Veria) Flag of Greece.svg Thanasis Dinas (Panachaiki) Flag of Greece.svg Dimitrios Koutsopoulos (Panthrakikos) [17]
2012–13 Flag of Argentina.svg Diego Romano (Ergotelis) Flag of Greece.svg Andreas Bouchalakis (Ergotelis) Flag of Greece.svg Ilias Vouras (Niki Volos) [18]
2013–14 Flag of Greece.svg Nikos Pourtoulidis (Iraklis) (North Group)

Flag of Greece.svg Kostas Neofytos (Acharnaikos) (South Group)

Flag of Greece.svg Kosmas Tsilianidis (Iraklis) (North Group)

Flag of Greece.svg Kostas Plegas (Panachaiki) (South Group)

Flag of Greece.svg Manolis Apostolidis (Niki Volou) (North Group)

Flag of Greece.svg Christos Athanasopoulos (Iraklis Psachnon) (South Group)

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2014–15 Flag of Greece.svg Nikos Pourtoulidis (Iraklis) (North Group)

Flag of Greece.svg Christos Aravidis (AEK Athens) (South Group)

Flag of Greece.svg Kosmas Tsilianidis (Iraklis) (North Group)

Flag of Greece.svg Adam Tzanetopoulos (AEK Athens) (South Group)

Flag of Greece.svg Manolis Apostolidis (AEL) (North Group)

Flag of Greece.svg Vaggelis Pitkas (Apollon Smyrnis) (South Group)

2015–16 Flag of Greece.svg Nikos Kouskounas (Trikala)---

Football League 2 Awards

North Zone

SeasonBest Player (club)Best Young Player (club)Best Goalkeeper (club)Source(s)
1995–96--
1996–97 Flag of Greece.svg Nikos Papanikolaou --
1997–98--
1998–99--
1999–2000--
2000–01--
2001–02--
2002–03--
2003–04--
2004–05 Flag of Greece.svg Petros Zouroudis (Panetolikos)-- [10]
2005–06 Flag of Greece.svg Panagiotis Bekiaris (Agrotikos Asteras)-- [11]
2006–07 Flag of Greece.svg Alexandros Vergonis (Olympiakos Volou)-- [12]
2007–08 Flag of Greece.svg Christos Chatzipantelidis (Niki Volos)-- [13]
2008–09 Flag of Greece.svg Thanasis Karagounis (Fokikos)-- [14]
2009–10 Flag of Costa Rica.svg Enoc Pérez (Trikala) Flag of Greece.svg Nikolaos Kaltsas (Veria) Flag of Greece.svg Giannis Paraskevas (Eordaikos) [15]
2010–11 Flag of Greece.svg Stelios Liveris (Zakynthos) Flag of Greece.svg Vasilis Triantafyllakos (Odysseas Anagennisi) Flag of Greece.svg Christos Kelpekis (Anagennisi Giannitsa) [16]
2011–12 Flag of Greece.svg Antonis Macheroudis (Ethnikos Gazoros) Flag of Greece.svg Andreas Gianniotis (Ethnikos Gazoros) Flag of Greece.svg Andreas Gianniotis (Ethnikos Gazoros) [17]
2012–13 Flag of Greece.svg Sokratis Bountouris (Anagennisi Karditsa) Flag of Greece.svg Kostas Achalinopoulos (Odysseas Kordelio) Flag of Greece.svg Dimitris Karatziovalis (Apollon Kalamarias) [18]

South Zone

SeasonBest Player (club)Best Young Player (club)Best Goalkeeper (club)Source(s)
1995–96 Flag of Greece.svg Sokratis Ofrydopoulos (Proodeftiki)--
1996–97 Flag of Greece.svg Anthony Kefaloukos --
1997–98--
1998–99--
1999–2000 Flag of Greece.svg John Katemis (Chalcedon)--
2000–01--
2001–02 Flag of Greece.svg Dimitris Salpingidis (Kavala)--
2002–03 Flag of Greece.svg Sotirios Tsatsos (Agrotikos Asteras)--
2003–04--
2004–05 Flag of Greece.svg Nikos Pourtoulidis (Thrasyvoulos)-- [10]
2005–06 Flag of Greece.svg Michael Klokidis (Asteras Tripoli)-- [11]
2006–07 Flag of Greece.svg Andreas Labropoulos (Thyella Patras)-- [12]
2007–08 Flag of Greece.svg Panagiotis Zorbas (Panetolikos)-- [13]
2008–09 Flag of Greece.svg George Hairs (Rodos)
Flag of Greece.svg George Zaxaropoulos (Fostiras)
-- [14]
2009–10 Flag of Greece.svg Leonidas Kyvelidis (Panachaiki) Flag of Greece.svg Vangelis Platellas (Kallithea) Flag of Poland.svg Kamil Ulman (Vyzas) [15]
2010–11 Flag of Greece.svg Nikolaos Katsikokeris (Platanias) Flag of Greece.svg Thanasis Dinas (Panachaiki) Flag of Greece.svg Ioannis Liourdis (Platanias) [16]
2011–12 Flag of Greece.svg Vasilis Plousis (Chania) Flag of Greece.svg Myron Anoyianakis (Chania) Flag of Greece.svg Sokratis Kopsachilis (Kalamata) [17]
2012–13 Flag of Greece.svg Spyros Dorovinis (Fostiras) Flag of Greece.svg Stavros Petavrakis (Fostiras) Flag of Greece.svg Michalis Pagoudis (Acharnaikos) [18]

Referee of the Year Award

SeasonReferee (region)Source(s)
1995–96 Flag of Greece.svg George Bikas (Chalkidiki)
1996–97 Flag of Greece.svg George Bikas (Chalkidiki)
1997–98 Flag of Greece.svg Malamas Tevekelis (Thessaloniki)
1998–99
1999–2000 Flag of Greece.svg George Psychomanis (Athens)
2000–01 Flag of Greece.svg Kyros Vassaras (Thessaloniki)
2001–02 Flag of Greece.svg Kyros Vassaras (Thessaloniki)
2002–03 Flag of Greece.svg George Duero (Corinth)
2003–04 Flag of Greece.svg Kyros Vassaras (Thessaloniki)
2004–05 Flag of Greece.svg Kyros Vassaras (Thessaloniki)
2005–06 Flag of Greece.svg Kyros Vassaras (Thessaloniki) [11]
2006–07 Flag of Greece.svg Kyros Vassaras (Thessaloniki) [12]
2007–08 Flag of Greece.svg Giorgos Kasnaferis (Athens) [13]
2008–09 Flag of Greece.svg Tasos Kakos (Corfu) [14]
2009–10 Flag of Greece.svg Tasos Kakos (Corfu) [15]
2010–11 Flag of Greece.svg Tasos Kakos (Corfu) [16]
2011–12 Flag of Greece.svg Tasos Kakos (Corfu) [17]
2012–13 Flag of Greece.svg Tasos Kakos (Corfu) [18]
2013–14 Flag of Greece.svg Tasos Kakos (Corfu) [26]
2014–15 Flag of Greece.svg Anastasios Sidiropoulos (Dodecanese) [20]
2015–16 Flag of Greece.svg Anastasios Sidiropoulos (Dodecanese) [23]

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