Serbian Footballer of the Year

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The Football Association of Serbia Golden Boot (Serbian : Златна лопта Фудбалског савеза Србије, Zlatna lopta Fudbalskog saveza Srbije) is an annual award given to players and coaches who are adjudged to have been the best of the year in Serbian football. The award has been presented since 2005.

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Winners

Footballer of the Year

YearFootballer of the YearClub
2005 [1] Nemanja Vidić Flag of Russia.svg Spartak Moscow
2006 [2] Dejan Stanković Flag of Italy.svg Internazionale
2007 [3] Nikola Žigić Flag of Spain.svg Valencia
2008 [4] Nemanja Vidić (2) Flag of England.svg Manchester United
2009 [5] Miloš Krasić Flag of Russia.svg CSKA Moscow
2010 [6] Dejan Stanković (2) Flag of Italy.svg Internazionale (2)
2011 [7] Aleksandar Kolarov Flag of England.svg Manchester City
2012 [8] Branislav Ivanović Flag of England.svg Chelsea
2013 [9] Branislav Ivanović (2) Flag of England.svg Chelsea (2)
2014 [10] Nemanja Matić Flag of England.svg Chelsea (3)
2015 [11] Nemanja Matić (2) Flag of England.svg Chelsea (4)
2016 [12] Dušan Tadić Flag of England.svg Southampton
2017 [13] Vladimir Stojković Flag of Serbia.svg Partizan
2018 [14] Aleksandar Mitrović Flag of England.svg Fulham
2019 [15] Dušan Tadić (2) Flag of the Netherlands.svg Ajax

Trivia

Female Footballer of the Year

YearFootballer of the YearClub
2019 [15] Violeta Slović Flag of Serbia.svg Spartak Subotica

Trivia

Coach of the Year

On the same occasion is also given an award for Serbian Football Coach of the Year.

YearCoach of the YearClub / Nation
2005 [1] Ilija Petković Flag of Serbia and Montenegro (1992-2006).svg Serbia and Montenegro national football team
2006 [2] Ljubiša Tumbaković Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg Shandong Luneng
2007 [3] Miroslav Đukić Flag of Serbia.svg Partizan
Flag of Serbia.svg Serbia national football team
2008 [4] Slaviša Jokanović Flag of Serbia.svg Partizan (2)
2009 [5] Radomir Antić Flag of Serbia.svg Serbia national football team (2)
2010 [6] Milovan Rajevac Flag of Ghana.svg Ghana national football team
2011 [7] Ivan Jovanović Flag of Cyprus.svg APOEL
2012 [8] Dragan Okuka Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg Jiangsu Sainty
2013 [9] Ljubinko Drulović Flag of Serbia.svg Serbia national under-19 football team
2014 [10] Radovan Ćurčić Flag of Serbia.svg Serbia national under-21 football team
2015 [11] Veljko Paunović Flag of Serbia.svg Serbia national under-20 football team
2016 [12] Dragan Stojković Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg Guangzhou R&F
2017 [13] Vladan Milojević Flag of Serbia.svg Red Star Belgrade
2018 [14] Vladan Milojević (2) Flag of Serbia.svg Red Star Belgrade (2)
2019 [16] Siniša Mihajlović Flag of Italy.svg Bologna

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