Uzbekistan Footballer of the Year

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The Uzbekistan Footballer of the Year (Uzbek : Yilning eng yaxshi futbolchisi or Йилнинг энг яхши футболчиси) is a yearly football award presented by the Uzbekistan Football Association to the most outstanding Uzbekistan footballer among who has been considered to have performed the best in national team or over Uzbekistan Super League and other national championship season. The award is given out at the end of the calendar year and is decided by the survey among sport journalists and football experts.

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Player of the Year award winners


Valery Kechinov, Player of the Year award winner in 1992 Kechinov Valerii - Valery Kechinov.JPG
Valery Kechinov, Player of the Year award winner in 1992
Pavel Bugalo award winner in 1996, 1997 Bugalo.JPG
Pavel Bugalo award winner in 1996, 1997
Alexander Geynrikh won the award in 2002 Alexander Geynrikh.jpg
Alexander Geynrikh won the award in 2002
Maksim Shatskikh won the award in 2003, 2005, 2006 and 2007 Shatskikh1.jpg
Maksim Shatskikh won the award in 2003, 2005, 2006 and 2007
Sanzhar Tursunov won the award in 2012 Sanzhar Tursunov 6138.jpg
Sanzhar Tursunov won the award in 2012
Vitaliy Denisov, Player of the Year winner in 2013 Vitaliy Denisov 2013.jpg
Vitaliy Denisov, Player of the Year winner in 2013
Odil Ahmedov won the award in 2009, 2011, 2014, 2015 and 2016 Ufa-Krasnodar (3).jpg
Odil Ahmedov won the award in 2009, 2011, 2014, 2015 and 2016
Marat Bikmaev Player of the Year in 2017 Marat Bikmaev 2012.jpg
Marat Bikmaev Player of the Year in 2017
Eldor Shomurodov Player of the Year in 2019 Rostov-DM18 (5).jpg
Eldor Shomurodov Player of the Year in 2019


YearPlacePlayerClubPoints
19921 Valeriy Kechinov Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Pakhtakor
2 Rustam Abdulloev Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Temiryulchi Kokand
3 Mustafa Belyalov Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Nurafshon
19931 Mirjalol Qosimov Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Pakhtakor
2 Rustam Durmonov Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Neftchi Fergana
3 Stepan Atayan Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Neftchi Fergana
19941 Igor Shkvyrin Flag of Israel.svg Maccabi Haifa
2 Mirjalol Qosimov Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Pakhtakor
3 Yuriy Sheykin Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Traktor Tashkent
19951 Oleg Shatskikh Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Navbahor
2 Dilmurod Nazarov Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Pakhtakor
3 Sergey Lebedev Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Neftchi Fergana
19961 Pavel Bugalo Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Pakhtakor
2 Farkhad Magametov Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Navbahor Namangan
3 Sergey Lebedev Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Neftchi Fergana
19971 Pavel Bugalo Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Pakhtakor
2 Jafar Irismetov Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Dustlik
3 Andrei Fyodorov Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Neftchi Fergana
19981 Mirjalol Qosimov Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Pakhtakor
2 Igor Shkvyrin Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Pakhtakor
3 Andrey Akopyants Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Pakhtakor
19991 Andrey Akopyants Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Pakhtakor
2 Shuhrat Rahmonqulov Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Navbahor Namangan
3 Numon Khasanov Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Dustlik
20001 Jafar Irismetov Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Dustlik
2 Zafar Kholmurodov Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Nasaf Qarshi
3 Mukhsin Mukhamadiev Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Samarqand Dinamo
20011 Mirjalol Qosimov Flag of Russia.svg Krylia Sovetov Samara
2 Nikolay Shirshov Flag of Russia.svg Rostov
3 Umid Isoqov Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Neftchi Fergana
20021 Alexander Geynrikh Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Pakhtakor
2 Gocguly Gocgulyev Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Pakhtakor
3 Server Djeparov Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Pakhtakor
20031 Maksim Shatskikh Flag of Ukraine.svg Dynamo Kyiv
2 Vladimir Shishelov Flag of Moldova.svg Zimbru Kishinyov
3 Alexander Geynrikh Flag of Russia.svg CSKA Moscow
20041 Mirjalol Qosimov Flag of Russia.svg Alania Vladikavkaz
2 Alexander Geynrikh Flag of Russia.svg CSKA Moscow
3 Maksim Shatskikh Flag of Ukraine.svg Dynamo Kyiv
20051 [1] Maksim Shatskikh Flag of Ukraine.svg Dinamo Kyiv 373 [2]
2 Mirjalol Qosimov Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Mash'al Mubarek 304
3 Anvar Soliev Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Pakhtakor 261
20061 Maksim Shatskikh Flag of Ukraine.svg Dinamo Kyiv 426 [3]
2 Alexander Geynrikh Flag of Russia.svg Torpedo Moscow 421
3 Server Djeparov Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Pakhtakor 287
20071 Maksim Shatskikh Flag of Ukraine.svg Dinamo Kyiv 286 [4]
2 Server Djeparov Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Pakhtakor 105
3 Vitaliy Denisov Flag of Ukraine.svg Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk 100
20081 Server Djeparov Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Bunyodkor 138 [5]
2 Odil Ahmedov Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Pakhtakor 133
3 Ignatiy Nesterov Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Pakhtakor 84
20091 Odil Ahmedov Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Pakhtakor 329 [6]
2 Rivaldo Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Bunyodkor 293
3 Jasur Hasanov Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Bunyodkor 86
20101 Server Djeparov Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Bunyodkor 95 [7]
2 Odil Ahmedov Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Pakhtakor 94
3 Bahodir Nasimov Flag of Azerbaijan.svg Neftchi Baku 37
20111 Odil Ahmedov Flag of Russia.svg Anzhi Makhachkala 257 [8]
2 Server Djeparov Flag of Saudi Arabia.svg Al-Shabab 137 [9]
3 Alexander Geynrikh Flag of South Korea.svg Suwon Bluewings 116
20121 Sanzhar Tursunov Flag of Russia.svg Alania Vladikavkaz 321 [10]
2 Odil Ahmedov Flag of Russia.svg Anzhi Makhachkala 241
3 Ulugbek Bakayev Flag of Kazakhstan.svg Irtysh Pavlodar 162
20131 Vitaliy Denisov Flag of Russia.svg Lokomotiv Moscow 147 [11]
2 Jamshid Iskanderov Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Pakhtakor 56
3 Odil Ahmedov Flag of Russia.svg Anzhi Makhachkala 44
20141 Odil Ahmedov Flag of Russia.svg Krasnodar 239 [12]
2 Vitaliy Denisov Flag of Russia.svg Lokomotiv Moscow 194
3 Jamshid Iskanderov Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Pakhtakor 155
20151 Odil Ahmedov Flag of Russia.svg Krasnodar 50 [13]
2 Sardor Rashidov Flag of Qatar.svg El Jaish 32 [14]
3 Igor Sergeev Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Pakhtakor 21
20161 Odil Ahmedov Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg Shanghai SIPG 33 [15]
2 Temurkhuja Abdukholiqov Flag of Qatar.svg Al-Sailiya 22
3 Vitaliy Denisov Flag of Russia.svg Lokomotiv Moscow 16
20171 Marat Bikmaev Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Lokomotiv [16] [17]
2-3 Bakhrom Abdurakhimov Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Nasaf
2-3 Otabek Shukurov Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Bunyodkor
20181 Odil Ahmedov Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg Shanghai SIPG
2 Marat Bikmaev Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Lokomotiv
3 Otabek Shukurov Flag of the United Arab Emirates.svg Sharjah
3 Ikromjon Alibaev Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Lokomotiv
20191 Eldor Shomurodov Flag of Russia.svg Rostov [18] [19]
2 Odil Ahmedov Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg Shanghai SIPG
3 Jaloliddin Masharipov Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Pakhtakor
20201 Jaloliddin Masharipov Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Pakhtakor
2 Eldor Shomurodov Flag of Italy.svg Genoa
3 Oybek Bozorov Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Nasaf

By player

PlayerTotalYears
Odil Ahmedov 62009, 2011, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2018
Mirjalol Qosimov 41993, 1998, 2001, 2004
Maksim Shatskikh 42003, 2005, 2006, 2007
Pavel Bugalo 21996, 1997
Server Djeparov 22008, 2010
Valeriy Kechinov 11992
Igor Shkvyrin 11994
Oleg Shatskikh 11995
Andrey Akopyants 11999
Jafar Irismetov 12000
Alexander Geynrikh 12002
Vitaliy Denisov 12013
Marat Bikmaev 12017
Eldor Shomurodov 12019
Jaloliddin Masharipov 12020

By club

ClubPlayersTotalYears
Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Pakhtakor 791992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2002, 2009, 2020
Flag of Ukraine.svg Dynamo Kyiv 142003, 2005, 2006, 2007
Flag of Russia.svg Krasnodar 122014, 2015
Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg Shanghai SIPG 122016, 2018
Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Bunyodkor 122008, 2010
Flag of Russia.svg Alania Vladikavkaz 222004, 2012
Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Navbahor 111995
Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Dustlik 112000
Flag of Israel.svg Maccabi Haifa 111994
Flag of Russia.svg Krylia Sovetov Samara 112001
Flag of Russia.svg Anzhi Makhachkala 112011
Flag of Russia.svg Lokomotiv Moscow 112013
Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Lokomotiv 112017
Flag of Russia.svg Rostov 112019

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