Latvian Footballer of the Year

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Andris Vanins has won the award five times; the most wins by a single player. Andris Vanins.jpg
Andris Vaņins has won the award five times; the most wins by a single player.

Latvian Footballer of the Year is an association football award for Latvia. It is held by the Latvian Football Federation.

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