The award was first presented in 1965, as an award for the whole of Czechoslovakia (Czechoslovak Footballer of the Year). It was won by Ján Popluhár.
Slovak Footballer of the Year an annual title awarded to the best Slovak football player of the year since 1993.
|1993||Peter Dubovský|| Slovan Bratislava |
|Ľubomír Moravčík||Saint-Étienne||Ľubomír Luhový||Inter Bratislava|
|1994||Vladimír Kinder||Slovan Bratislava||Dušan Tittel||Slovan Bratislava||Peter Dubovský||Real Madrid|
|1995||Dušan Tittel||Slovan Bratislava||Ladislav Molnár||Slovan Bratislava||Peter Dubovský|| Real Madrid |
|1996||Dušan Tittel||Slovan Bratislava||Peter Dubovský||Real Oviedo||Július Šimon||Spartak Trnava|
|1997||Dušan Tittel|| Slovan Bratislava |
|Jozef Majoroš||Petra Drnovice||Tibor Jančula|| Slovan Bratislava |
|1998||Jozef Majoroš|| Petra Drnovice |
|Miroslav König||Slovan Bratislava||Dušan Tittel||Spartak Trnava|
|1999||Vladimír Labant|| Slavia Prague |
|Ľubomír Moravčík||Celtic Glasgow||Miroslav Karhan|| Spartak Trnava |
|2000||Szilárd Németh||Inter Bratislava||Stanislav Varga|| Slovan Bratislava |
|Vratislav Greško|| Bayer Leverkusen |
|2001||Ľubomír Moravčík||Celtic||Vladimír Labant||Sparta Prague||Miroslav Karhan|| Beşiktaş |
|2002||Miroslav Karhan||VfL Wolfsburg||Vladimír Janočko||Austria Wien||Szilárd Németh||Middlesbrough|
|2003||Vladimír Janočko||Austria Wien||Szilárd Németh||Middlesbrough||Marek Mintál|| Žilina |
1. FC Nürnberg
|2004||Marek Mintál||1. FC Nürnberg||Róbert Vittek||1. FC Nürnberg||Miroslav Karhan||VfL Wolfsburg|
|2005||Marek Mintál||1. FC Nürnberg||Kamil Čontofalský||Zenit Saint Petersburg||Miroslav Karhan||VfL Wolfsburg|
|2006||Róbert Vittek||1. FC Nürnberg||Martin Škrtel||Zenit Saint Petersburg||Marek Sapara|| Ružomberok |
|2007||Martin Škrtel||Zenit Saint Petersburg||Marek Hamšík|| Brescia |
|2008||Martin Škrtel||Liverpool||Marek Hamšík||Napoli||Stanislav Šesták|| Žilina |
|2009||Marek Hamšík||Napoli||Stanislav Šesták||VfL Bochum||Ján Mucha||Legia Warsaw|
|2010||Marek Hamšík||Napoli||Róbert Vittek|| Lille |
|2011||Martin Škrtel||Liverpool||Marek Hamšík||Napoli||Juraj Kucka||Genoa|
|2012||Martin Škrtel||Liverpool||Marek Hamšík||Napoli||Marek Sapara||Trabzonspor|
|2013||Marek Hamšík||Napoli||Martin Škrtel||Liverpool||Juraj Kucka||Genoa|
|2014||Marek Hamšík||Napoli||Martin Škrtel||Liverpool||Ján Ďurica||Lokomotiv Moscow|
|2015||Marek Hamšík||Napoli||Martin Škrtel||Liverpool||Juraj Kucka|| Genoa |
|2016||Marek Hamšík||Napoli||Martin Škrtel|| Liverpool |
|Róbert Mak|| PAOK |
Zenit Saint Petersburg
|2017||Marek Hamšík||Napoli||Milan Škriniar|| Sampdoria |
|Stanislav Lobotka|| Nordsjælland |
|2018||Marek Hamšík||Napoli||Milan Škriniar||Inter Milan||Stanislav Lobotka||Celta Vigo|
|2019||Milan Škriniar||Inter Milan||Martin Dúbravka||Newcastle United||Marek Hamšík||Dalian Professional|
|2020||To Be Determined|
Peter Dubovský Award an annual title awarded to the best under-21 Slovak football of the year. The honour has been awarded since 2000 together with the Slovak Footballer of the Year award.
|2000||Ľubomír Meszároš||Slovan Bratislava|
|2001||Róbert Vittek||Slovan Bratislava||Mário Breška||Matador Púchov||Stanislav Šesták||Tatran Prešov|
|2002||Róbert Vittek||Slovan Bratislava||Juraj Halenár||Inter Bratislava|| Martin Ďurica |
| Žilina |
|2003||Roland Števko||Ružomberok||Milan Ivana||AS Trenčín||Filip Šebo|| Köln II |
|2004||Milan Ivana||Slovácko|| Marek Čech |
| Inter Bratislava / Sparta Prague |
AS Trenčín / Zenit St. Petersburg
|2005||Martin Škrtel||Zenit Saint Petersburg||Filip Hološko||Slovan Liberec||Erik Jendrišek||Ružomberok|
|2006||Dušan Švento||Slavia Prague||Erik Jendrišek|| Ružomberok |
|2007||Marek Hamšík|| Brescia |
| Pavol Jurčo |
| Košice |
| Filip Hlohovský |
| Trenčín |
|2008||Marek Hamšík||Napoli|| Juraj Kucka |
| Ružomberok |
|Ľuboš Kamenár||Artmedia Petržalka|
|2009||Miroslav Stoch|| Chelsea |
|Vladimír Weiss||Manchester City|| Erik Grendel |
| Dubnica / Slovan Bratislava |
Artmedia / Slovan Bratislava
|2010||Miroslav Stoch|| Chelsea |
|Vladimír Weiss|| Bolton Wanderers |
|Jakub Sylvestr|| Slovan Bratislava |
|2011||Róbert Mak||1. FC Nürnberg||Filip Kiss|| Slovan Bratislava |
|Milan Lalkovič|| Chelsea |
|2012||Róbert Mak||1. FC Nürnberg||Norbert Gyömbér||Dukla Banská Bystrica|| Ján Greguš |
| Baník Ostrava |
Rim. Sobota / ViOn
|2013||Norbert Gyömbér|| Dukla B. Bystrica |
|Ondrej Duda||Košice||Branislav Niňaj||Slovan Bratislava|
|2014||Ondrej Duda|| Košice |
|Adam Zreľák||Ružomberok|| Patrik Hrošovský |
| Viktoria Plzeň |
Jong Ajax / AS Trenčín
|2015||Matúš Bero||AS Trenčín||Ondrej Duda||Legia Warsaw||Stanislav Lobotka|| AS Trenčín |
|2016||Milan Škriniar||Sampdoria||Matúš Bero|| AS Trenčín |
|2017||Denis Vavro|| Žilina |
|László Bénes||Borussia Mönchengladbach||Samuel Mráz||Žilina|
|2018||Dávid Hancko|| Žilina |
|Samuel Mráz|| Žilina |
| Róbert Boženík |
| Žilina |
|2019||Róbert Boženík|| Žilina |
|Dávid Strelec||Slovan Bratislava|| Tomáš Bobček |
| Ružomberok |
|2020||To Be Determined||Peter Pokorný||Liefering|
This award is recognises manager of the year. This category allows the participation of foreign football managers managing Slovak teams, as well Slovak managers managing foreign teams. It was first awarded in 2010 to the best manager of 2009. It was named after Jozef Vengloš, following his passing in January 2021.
|2009||Vladimír Weiss||Slovakia||Michal Hipp||Slovakia (assistant)||Jozef Jankech||Dukla Banská Bystrica|
|2010||Vladimír Weiss||Slovakia||Pavel Hapal||Žilina||Stanislav Griga||Senica|
|2011||Stanislav Griga||Senica||Vladimír Weiss|| Slovakia |
|Juraj Jarábek||ViOn Zlaté Moravce|
|2012||Adrián Guľa||AS Trenčín||Ivan Galád||Slovakia U21||Juraj Jarábek||ViOn Zlaté Moravce|
|2013||Ján Kozák sr.|| Košice |
|Ladislav Hudec||Spartak Myjava||Ladislav Pecko||Slovakia U17|
|2014||Ján Kozák sr.||Slovakia||Adrián Guľa||Žilina||Ivan Galád||Slovakia U21|
|2015||Ján Kozák sr.||Slovakia||Martin Ševela||AS Trenčín||Pavel Hapal||Slovakia U21|
|2016||Ján Kozák sr.||Slovakia||Pavel Hapal||Slovakia U21||Adrián Guľa||Žilina|
|2017|| Ján Kozák sr. |
| Slovakia |
|Not awarded due to a shared first place||Adrián Guľa||Žilina|
|2018||Nestor El Maestro||Spartak Trnava||Martin Ševela||Slovan Bratislava||Vladimír Weiss||Georgia|
|2019||Ján Kozák jr.||Slovan Bratislava||Martin Ševela|| Slovan Bratislava |
|2020||To Be Determined|
This category is awarded to best domestic top-division players - that is Slovak and foreign players playing in the Fortuna Liga. It was first awarded in 2011, for the best domestic player of 2010.
|2010||Róbert Jež||Žilina||Mário Pečalka||Žilina||Kornel Saláta||Slovan Bratislava|
|2011||Filip Šebo||Slovan Bratislava||Miroslav Karhan||Spartak Trnava||Igor Žofčák||Slovan Bratislava|
|2012||Viktor Pečovský||Žilina||David Depetris||AS Trenčín||Miroslav Karhan||Spartak Trnava|
|2013||Róbert Vittek||Slovan Bratislava||Tomáš Ďubek||Ružomberok||Viktor Pečovský||Žilina|
|2014||Viktor Pečovský||Žilina||Ján Vlasko||Spartak Trnava||Juraj Piroska||Senica|
|2015|| Matúš Bero |
| AS Trenčín |
|Not awarded due to a shared first place||Léandre Tawamba||ViOn Zlaté Moravce|
|2016||Filip Hlohovský||Žilina||Matúš Bero||AS Trenčín||Michal Škvarka||Žilina|
|2017||Michal Škvarka||Žilina||Jakub Mareš|| Ružomberok/|
|Rangelo Janga||AS Trenčín|
|2018||Boris Godál||Spartak Trnava||Andraž Šporar||Slovan Bratislava||Moha||Slovan Bratislava|
|2019||Andraž Šporar||Slovan Bratislava||Dominik Greif||Slovan Bratislava||Róbert Boženík||Žilina|
|2020||Zsolt Kalmár||Dunajská Streda||Dominik Greif||Slovan Bratislava||David Hrnčár||ViOn Zlaté Moravce|
It was first awarded during the 2012 award ceremony, for the fan favourite of 2011.
|2011||Miroslav Karhan|| Mainz 05 |
|2017||Milan Škriniar|| Sampdoria Genoa |
|2018||Milan Škriniar||Inter Milan|
|2019||Martin Dúbravka||Newcastle United|
|2020||To Be Determined|
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