Slovenian Footballer of the Year

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The Slovenian Footballer of the Year is an association football award presented annually by the Slovenian magazine EkipaSN .

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Slovenian Footballer of the Year

Jan Oblak has won the award five times. Jan Oblak 2019.jpg
Jan Oblak has won the award five times.
YearPlayerClub(s)
2008 Milivoje Novaković [1] Flag of Germany.svg 1. FC Köln
2009 Samir Handanović [2] Flag of Italy.svg Udinese
2010 Valter Birsa [2] Flag of France.svg Auxerre
2011 Samir Handanović Flag of Italy.svg Udinese
2012 Samir Handanović [3] Flag of Italy.svg Udinese / Flag of Italy.svg Internazionale
2013 Kevin Kampl Flag of Austria.svg Red Bull Salzburg
2014 Kevin Kampl [4] Flag of Austria.svg Red Bull Salzburg
2015 Jan Oblak Flag of Spain.svg Atlético Madrid
2016 Jan Oblak [5] Flag of Spain.svg Atlético Madrid
2017 Jan Oblak [6] Flag of Spain.svg Atlético Madrid
2018 Jan Oblak [7] Flag of Spain.svg Atlético Madrid
2019 Josip Iličić [8] Flag of Italy.svg Atalanta
2020 Jan Oblak [9] Flag of Spain.svg Atlético Madrid

Slovenian Youth Footballer of the Year

YearPlayerClub(s)
2008 Etien Velikonja [1] Flag of Slovenia.svg Gorica
2009 Rene Krhin [1] Flag of Italy.svg Internazionale
2010 Armin Bačinović [1] Flag of Slovenia.svg Maribor / Flag of Italy.svg Palermo
2011 Dejan Lazarević [1] Flag of Italy.svg Torino / Flag of Italy.svg Padova
2012 Jan Oblak Flag of Portugal.svg União de Leiria / Flag of Portugal.svg Rio Ave
2013 Jan Oblak [10] Flag of Portugal.svg Rio Ave / Flag of Portugal.svg Benfica
2014 Petar Stojanović [4] Flag of Slovenia.svg Veržej / Flag of Slovenia.svg Maribor
2015 Andraž Šporar [11] Flag of Slovenia.svg Olimpija Ljubljana
2016 Luka Zahović [5] Flag of the Netherlands.svg Heerenveen / Flag of Slovenia.svg Maribor
2017 Jan Repas [6] Flag of Slovenia.svg Domžale / Flag of France.svg Caen
2018 Jaka Bijol [7] Flag of Slovenia.svg Rudar Velenje / Flag of Russia.svg CSKA Moscow
2019 Jaka Bijol [8] Flag of Russia.svg CSKA Moscow
2020 Aljoša Matko [9] Flag of Slovenia.svg Bravo / Flag of Slovenia.svg Maribor

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