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The LPFP Awards are a number of awards given annually during the Portuguese League for Professional Football (LPFP) gala, and the winners are chosen by a vote amongst the LPFP pairs. Between 2006 and 2010 the winners were chosen only by a vote amongst the members of Sports National Press Club (CNID). Since 2011, thanks to new sponsorship agreements, all the awards related to football belong to LPFP and their associated. [1] [2]

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These awards are given annually to players playing in Primeira Liga and Segunda Liga, as to managers and referees, the most prestigious one being the LPFP Primeira Liga Player of the Year.

Primeira Liga

Players

Season Best player Breakthrough PlayerBest GoalkeeperBest GoalSources
2005–06 Flag of Portugal.svg Ricardo Quaresma (Porto)--- [3] [4]
2006–07 Flag of Portugal.svg Simão (Benfica) Flag of Portugal.svg Miguel Veloso (Sporting CP)-- [5] [6]
2007–08 Flag of Argentina.svg Lisandro López (Porto) Flag of Portugal.svg Eduardo (Vitória de Setúbal)-- [7] [8]
2008–09 Flag of Portugal.svg Bruno Alves (Porto) Flag of Brazil.svg Hulk (Porto)-- [9] [10]
2009–10 Flag of Brazil.svg David Luiz (Benfica) Flag of Portugal.svg Fábio Coentrão (Benfica)-- [11] [12]
2010–11 Flag of Brazil.svg Hulk (Porto) Flag of Argentina.svg Nicolás Gaitán (Benfica) Flag of Brazil.svg Helton (Porto)- [13] [14]
2011–12 Flag of Brazil.svg Hulk (Porto) Flag of Colombia.svg James Rodríguez (Porto) Flag of Portugal.svg Rui Patrício (Sporting CP)- [15] [16]
2012–13 Flag of Serbia.svg Nemanja Matić (Benfica) Flag of Portugal.svg Josué (Paços de Ferreira) Flag of Brazil.svg Helton (Porto)- [17] [18]
2013–14 Flag of Argentina.svg Enzo Pérez (Benfica) Flag of Portugal.svg William Carvalho (Sporting CP) Flag of Slovenia.svg Jan Oblak (Benfica)- [19] [20]
2014–15 Flag of Brazil.svg Jonas (Benfica) Flag of Spain.svg Óliver (Porto) Flag of Brazil.svg Júlio César (Benfica)- [21]
2015–16 Flag of Brazil.svg Jonas (Benfica) Flag of Portugal.svg Renato Sanches (Benfica) Flag of Portugal.svg Rui Patrício (Sporting CP) Flag of Portugal.svg Renato Sanches (Benfica) [22] [23]
2016–17 Flag of Portugal.svg Pizzi (Benfica) Flag of Portugal.svg Nélson Semedo (Benfica) Flag of Brazil.svg Ederson (Benfica) Flag of Portugal.svg Salvador Agra (Nacional) [24]
2017–18 Flag of Portugal.svg Bruno Fernandes (Sporting CP) Flag of Portugal.svg Rúben Dias (Benfica) Flag of Portugal.svg Rui Patrício (Sporting CP) Flag of Portugal.svg Rodrigo Pinho (Marítimo) [25]
2018–19 Flag of Portugal.svg Bruno Fernandes (Sporting CP) Flag of Portugal.svg João Félix (Benfica) Flag of Spain.svg Iker Casillas (Porto) Flag of Cape Verde.svg Jovane Cabral (Sporting CP) [26]
2019–20 Flag of Mexico.svg Jesús Corona (Porto) Flag of Portugal.svg Pedro Gonçalves (Famalicão) Flag of Argentina.svg Agustín Marchesín (Porto) Flag of Cape Verde.svg Zé Luís (Porto) [27]
2020–21 Flag of Uruguay.svg Sebastián Coates (Sporting CP) Flag of Portugal.svg Pedro Gonçalves (Sporting CP) Flag of Spain.svg Antonio Adán (Sporting CP) Flag of Portugal.svg Beto (Portimonense) [28]

Coaches

SeasonBest CoachBreakthrough CoachSources
2005–06 Flag of the Netherlands.svg Co Adriaanse (Porto) Flag of Portugal.svg Paulo Bento (Sporting CP) [3] [4]
2006–07 Flag of Portugal.svg Jesualdo Ferreira (Porto) Flag of Mozambique.svg Daúto Faquirá (E. Amadora) [29]
2007–08 Flag of Portugal.svg Jesualdo Ferreira (Porto)Not delivered [7] [8]
2008–09 Flag of Portugal.svg Jesualdo Ferreira (Porto) Flag of Portugal.svg Jorge Costa (Olhanense) [10]
2009–10 Flag of Portugal.svg Jorge Jesus (Benfica) Flag of Portugal.svg André Villas-Boas (Académica) [11] [12]
2010–11 Flag of Portugal.svg André Villas-Boas (Porto)- [13] [14]
2011–12 Flag of Portugal.svg Vítor Pereira (Porto)- [15] [30]
2012–13 Flag of Portugal.svg Vítor Pereira (Porto)- [31]
2013–14 Flag of Portugal.svg Jorge Jesus (Benfica)- [19] [20]
2014–15 Flag of Portugal.svg Jorge Jesus (Benfica)- [21]
2015–16 Flag of Portugal.svg Rui Vitória (Benfica)- [32]
2016–17 Flag of Portugal.svg Rui Vitória (Benfica)- [24]
2017–18 Flag of Portugal.svg Sérgio Conceição (Porto)- [25]
2018–19 Flag of Portugal.svg Bruno Lage (Benfica)- [26]
2019–20 Flag of Portugal.svg Sérgio Conceição (Porto)- [27]
2020–21 Flag of Portugal.svg Rúben Amorim (Sporting CP)- [28]

Segunda Liga

Players

SeasonBest playerBreakthrough PlayerBest GoalkeeperBest GoalSources
2010–11 Flag of Portugal.svg Miguel Rosa (Belenenses) Flag of Portugal.svg Luís Neto (Varzim) Flag of Portugal.svg Paulo Lopes (Feirense)- [14]
2011–12 Flag of Portugal.svg Licá (Estoril) Flag of Portugal.svg Miguel Rosa (Belenenses) Flag of Brazil.svg Vagner (Estoril)- [33]
2012–13 Flag of Portugal.svg Miguel Rosa (Benfica B) Flag of Portugal.svg Bruma (Sporting CP B) Flag of England.svg Matt Jones (Belenenses)- [18]
2013–14 Flag of Portugal.svg Jorge Pires (Moreirense) Flag of Portugal.svg Bernardo Silva (Benfica B) Flag of Portugal.svg Quim (Desportivo das Aves)- [19] [20]
2014–15 Flag of Portugal.svg Tozé Marreco (Tondela) Flag of Portugal.svg Gonçalo Guedes (Benfica B) Flag of Portugal.svg Quim (Desportivo das Aves)- [21]
2015–16 Flag of Portugal.svg André Silva (Porto B) Flag of Portugal.svg André Silva (Porto B) Flag of Georgia.svg Giorgi Makaridze (Feirense)- [34]
2016–17 Flag of Brazil.svg Paulinho (Portimonense) Flag of Portugal.svg Rui Costa (Varzim) Flag of Portugal.svg Ricardo (Portimonense)- [24]
2017–18 Flag of Cape Verde.svg Ricardo Gomes (Nacional) Flag of Portugal.svg Chiquinho (Académica) Flag of Portugal.svg Ricardo Ribeiro (Académica)- [25]
2018–19 Flag of Brazil.svg Luíz Carlos (Paços de Ferreira) Flag of Portugal.svg Jota (Benfica B) Flag of Portugal.svg Ricardo Ribeiro (Paços de Ferreira)- [26]
2019–20 Abandoned due to COVID-19 pandemic
2020–21 Flag of Portugal.svg Miguel Crespo (Estoril) Flag of Portugal.svg André Vidigal (Estoril) Flag of Portugal.svg Daniel Figueira (Estoril) Flag of Portugal.svg Joca (Leixões) [28]

Coaches

SeasonBest CoachSources
2010–11 Flag of Portugal.svg Paulo Alves (Gil Vicente) [13]
2011–12 Flag of Portugal.svg Marco Silva (Estoril) [35]
2012–13 Flag of the Netherlands.svg Mitchell van der Gaag (Belenenses) [18]
2013–14 Flag of Portugal.svg Miguel Leal (Penafiel) [19] [20]
2014–15 Flag of Portugal.svg Vítor Oliveira (União da Madeira) [21]
2015–16 Flag of Portugal.svg Vítor Oliveira (Chaves) [34]
2016–17 Flag of Portugal.svg Vítor Oliveira (Portimonense) [24]
2017–18 Flag of Portugal.svg Costinha (Nacional) [25]
2018–19 Flag of Portugal.svg Vítor Oliveira (Paços de Ferreira) [26]
2019–20 Abandoned due to COVID-19 pandemic
2020–21 Flag of Portugal.svg Álvaro Pacheco (Vizela) [28]

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