The Welsh Footballer of the Year is an annual award chosen by the FAW, to determine the best player in Wales.
|1993||Mark Hughes||Manchester United|
|1994||Mark Hughes||Manchester United|
|1996||Ryan Giggs||Manchester United|
|1998||John Hartson||West Ham United|
|2000||John Robinson||Charlton Athletic|
|2001||John Hartson|| Wimbledon |
|2002||Simon Davies||Tottenham Hotspur|
|2004||Robert Earnshaw|| Cardiff City |
West Bromwich Albion
|2005||Danny Gabbidon|| Cardiff City |
West Ham United
|2006||Ryan Giggs||Manchester United|
|2007||Craig Bellamy|| Liverpool |
West Ham United
|2009||Ashley Williams||Swansea City|
|2010||Gareth Bale||Tottenham Hotspur|
|2011||Gareth Bale||Tottenham Hotspur|
|2012||Joe Allen|| Swansea City |
|2013||Gareth Bale|| Tottenham Hotspur |
|2014||Gareth Bale||Real Madrid|
|2015||Gareth Bale||Real Madrid|
|2016||Gareth Bale||Real Madrid|
|2018||David Brooks|| Sheffield United |
|2011||Jess Fishlock||Bristol Academy|
|2012||Jess Fishlock||Bristol Academy|
|2013||Jess Fishlock||Seattle Reign|
|2014||Jess Fishlock||Seattle Reign|
|2015||Kylie Davies||Reading Women|
|2016||Natasha Harding||Liverpool Ladies|
|2017||Laura O'Sullivan||Yeovil Town|
|2018||Jess Fishlock||Seattle Reign|
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