PFA MEN'S PLAYER OF THE YEAR LIST

Liverpool v West Ham United - Premier League

Mohamed Salah won the 2017-18 Player of the Year award

PFA MEN'S PLAYER OF THE YEAR LIST

PFA Men's Players' Player of the Year Award List

Mohamed Salah won the award in 2018 for his performances for Liverpool. Manchester City's Leroy Sane won the award in 2018 for the Young Men's Player of the Year.

The Professional Footballers' Association Players' Player of the Year also known as PFA Players' Player of the Year, the Players' Player of the Year, or the Player of the Year is an annual award given to the male player who is voted to have been the best of the year in English football. The award is ongoing since the 1973–74 season and the winner is chosen by a vote amongst the members of the players' trade union, the Professional Footballers' Association (PFA). The current holder is Mo Salah, who won the award on 22 April 2018 for his performance throughout the 2017–18 season, representing Liverpool.

Watch former winners Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid tickets), Wayne Rooney (Everton tickets), Gareth Bale (Real Madrid ). Luis Suárez (Barcelona tickets), Eden Hazard (Chelsea tickets), Riyad Mahrez (Leicester City tickets), N'Golo Kanté (Chelsea), and current winner Mohamed Salah (Liverpool tickets) compete in live action! Buy football tickets from LiveFootballTickets.com now for the opportunity to watch these outstanding footballers compete for their giant clubs!

Men's Player of the Year Award List from 1973 to present

1973–74 England Norman Hunter Leeds United 
1974–75 England Colin Todd Derby County 
1975–76 Northern Ireland Pat Jennings Tottenham Hotspur 
1976–77 Scotland Andy Gray Aston Villa 
1977–78 England Peter Shilton Nottingham Forest 
1978–79 Republic of Ireland Liam Brady Arsenal 
1979–80 England Terry McDermott Liverpool 
1980–81 Scotland John Wark Ipswich Town 
1981–82 England Kevin Keegan Southampton 
1982–83 Scotland Kenny Dalglish Liverpool 
1983–84 Wales Ian Rush Liverpool 
1984–85 England Peter Reid Everton 
1985–86 England Gary Lineker Everton 
1986–87 England Clive Allen Tottenham Hotspur 
1987–88 England John Barnes Liverpool 
1988–89 Wales Mark Hughes Manchester United 
1989–90 England David Platt Aston Villa 
1990–91 Wales Mark Hughes Manchester United 
1991–92 England Gary Pallister Manchester United 
1992–93 Republic of Ireland Paul McGrath Aston Villa 
1993–94 France Eric Cantona Manchester United 
1994–95 England Alan Shearer Blackburn Rovers 
1995–96 England Les Ferdinand Newcastle United 
1996–97 England Alan Shearer Newcastle United
1997–98 Netherlands Dennis Bergkamp Arsenal 
1998–99 France David Ginola Tottenham Hotspur 
1999–2000 Republic of Ireland Roy Keane Manchester United 
2000–01 England Teddy Sheringham Manchester United 
2001–02 Netherlands Ruud van Nistelrooy Manchester United  
2002–03 France Thierry Henry Arsenal 
2003–04 France Thierry Henry Arsenal 
2004–05 England John Terry Chelsea 
2005–06 England Steven Gerrard Liverpool 
2006–07 Portugal Cristiano Ronaldo Manchester United 
2007–08 Portugal Cristiano Ronaldo Manchester United 
2008–09 Wales Ryan Giggs Manchester United 
2009–10 England Wayne Rooney Manchester United 
2010–11 Wales Gareth Bale Tottenham Hotspur 
2011–12 Netherlands Robin van Persie Arsenal 
2012–13 Wales Gareth Bale Tottenham Hotspur 
2013–14 Uruguay Luis Suárez Liverpool  
2014–15 Belgium Eden Hazard Chelsea  
2015–16 Algeria Riyad Mahrez Leicester City
2016–17 France N'Golo Kanté Chelsea  
2017–18 Egypt Mohamed Salah Liverpool

West Ham United v Manchester City - Premier League

Leroy Sane won the 2017-18 Young Player of the Year award

Young Men's Player of the Year Award List from 2004 to present

2004–05 England Wayne Rooney Manchester United 
2005–06 England Wayne Rooney Manchester United 
2006–07 Portugal Cristiano Ronaldo Manchester United 
2007–08 Spain Cesc Fàbregas Arsenal 
2008–09 England Ashley Young Aston Villa 
2009–10 England James Milner Aston Villa 
2010–11 England Jack Wilshere Arsenal 
2011–12 England Kyle Walker Tottenham Hotspur 
2012–13 Wales Gareth Bale Tottenham Hotspur 
2013–14 Belgium Eden Hazard Chelsea 
2014–15 England Harry Kane Tottenham Hotspur 
2015–16 England Dele Alli Tottenham Hotspur 
2016–17 England Dele Alli Tottenham Hotspur 
2017–18 Germany Leroy Sané Manchester City