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The PSL awards is an awards evening held to honour South African football players, coaches and officials. It is conferred by the National Soccer League. The PSL awards are given to people pertaining to the Premier Soccer League and National First Division.

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Premier Soccer League

Footballer of the Year

The PSL Footballer of the Year awarded was inaugurated in 2008. [1]

YearWinnerNominees
2010 [2] Morgan Gould Elias Pelembe Katlego Mphela
2009 [3] Teko Modise
2008 [4] Teko Modise
2018 [5] Percy Tau
2019 Thembinkosi Lorch
2020 Themba Zwane

2019 winner was Thembinkosi Lorch

Chairman's Award

SuperSport United – R100 00

YearWinner
2008 [4] Musa Otieno
2019 [6] Cedric Xulu

Referee of the season

Assistant Referee of the season

YearWinnerNominees
2010 [2] Geronimo PiedtToko MaleboEnoch Molefe
2008 [4] Enock Molefe

Player of the season

YearWinnerNominees
2010 [2] Daine Klate Morgan Gould Katlego Mphela
2008 [4] Elias Pelembe
2007 [7] Godfrey Sapula
2006 [8] Surprise Moriri

Players' Player of the Season

Goalkeeper of the season

Coach of the season

Young Player

YearWinnerNominees
2018 [5] Siphesihle Ndlovu
2010 [2] Siyanda XuluAndile JaliThandani Ntshumayelo
2009 [3] Bongani Khumalo

Goal of the season

YearWinnerNominees
2010 [2] Rudolf BesterTlou SegolelaVincent Kobola
2009 [3] Ryan Botha
2008 [4] Siboniso Gaxa

Top Goalscorer

Telkom Knockout

Player of the Tournament

YearWinnerNominees
2010 [2] Arthur BartmanMandla MasangoDipsy Selolwane
2009 [3] Franklin Cale
2008 [4] Itumeleng Khune

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Player of the Tournament

YearWinnerNominees
2010 [2] Njabulo ManqanaDipsy SelolwaneRichard Henyekane
2009 [3] Gert Schalkwyk

National First Division

Top Goalscorer

YearWinnerClubStreamWinnerClubStream
2010 [2] Mulondo SikwivhiluTebogo Mashaba
2008 [4] Joseph MthombeniDynamosInland StreamKurt LentjiesIkapa Sporting FCCoastal Stream.

Player of the season

YearWinnerClubStreamWinnerClubStream
2008 [4] Reason ChiloaneGarankuwa UnitedInland StreamFadlu DavidsMaritzburg UnitedCoastal Stream.

Nedbank Cup

Player of the Tournament

YearWinnerNominees
2018 [5] Lebohang Maboe
2010 [2] Matthew PattisonPere AriweriyaiPatrick Phungwayo
2009 [3] Mthokozisi Yende
2008 [4] Vusiwe Masondo

Most Promising Player

YearWinnerNominees
2018 [5] Lebohang Maboe
2010 [2] Patrick PhungwayoSimangaliso BiyelaNdumiso Mabena
2009 [3] Andile Jali
2008 [4] Thabang Rooi

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