Premier League Player of the Season 2023/24: List of Nominees & Past Winners

Premier League Player of the Season 2023/24: List of Nominees & Past Winners

Buckle up, Prem fans! The race for the 2023/24 Player of the Season is heating up, and YOU get to pick the winner!  Vote now for your favorite footballer who's dominated the pitch all season, from Haaland's goal machine to a surprising breakout star. 

Eight incredible players are in the running, representing top clubs across the league. Who will be crowned the best in England?  Read on to meet the nominees and cast your vote!  (The winner will be officially announced after the final whistle on May 19th.)  ⚽️

Premier League Player of the Season 2023/24: List of nominees

Eight players were named on the shortlist for the Player of the Season award for 2023/24.

Phil Foden (Manchester City)
The FWA Footballer of the Year, Foden has enjoyed arguably his best season for Man City in their bid to win a record fourth consecutive Premier League title.

Erling Haaland (Manchester City)
Although not quite at the levels of last season, when he smashed the record for goals in a single Premier League season , Haaland still leads the Golden Boot standings and sets the standard for strikers in Europe.

Alexander Isak (Newcastle United)
Newcastle have been far less consistent than they were in 2022/23, but Isak has been outstanding. He became the first Magpies player in 21 years to score 20 goals in a single Premier League season.

Martin Odegaard (Arsenal)
Arsenal's captain has been key to their sustained title challenge this season. Odegaard may have recorded fewer goals and assists than last season (when he had 22 combined), but his all-round play has helped the Gunners keep up their impressive form.

Cole Palmer (Chelsea)
Eyebrows were raised when Chelsea signed Palmer from Man City for an initial £40 million ($52.4m) last summer, but the England star looks like being the best bit of business of the past year. He's just the third player aged 21 or younger to record 30+ goal involvements in a single Premier League season, after Robbie Fowler and Chris Sutton.

Declan Rice (Arsenal)
Arsenal paid an astonishing £105 million ($138m) to sign Rice from West Ham, but his imperious performances in midfield have made a real difference to the Gunners' title hopes.

Virgil van Dijk (Liverpool)
Liverpool's title hopes may have faded , but Van Dijk has had something of a renaissance this season, looking at least somewhat close to his indomitable best in Jurgen Klopp's final season in charge.

Ollie Watkins (Aston Villa)
The spearhead of Aston Villa's amazing challenge for a UEFA Champions League spot, Watkins is still in the running to finish the season as the top goalscorer and assist-provider in the league.

Past winners of Premier League Player of the Season award

The award has run since the 1994/95 season and has seen 25 different winners in that time.

Only four players have won the award more than once: Kevin De Bruyne, Thierry Henry, Cristiano Ronaldo, and Nemanja Vidic have all been named player of the season twice.

Season Player Team
1994/95 Alan Shearer Blackburn Rovers
1995/96Peter SchmeichelManchester United
1997/98Michael OwenLiverpool
1998/99Dwight YorkeManchester United
1999/2000Kevin PhillipsSunderland
2000/01Patrick VieiraArsenal
2001/02Freddie LjungbergArsenal
2002/03Ruud van NistelrooyManchester United
2003/04Thierry HenryArsenal
2004/05Frank LampardChelsea
2005/06Thierry HenryArsenal
2006/07Cristiano RonaldoManchester United
2007/08Cristiano RonaldoManchester United
2008/09Nemanja VidicManchester United
2009/10Wayne RooneyManchester United
2010/11Nemanja VidicManchester United
2011/12Vincent KompanyManchester City
2012/13Gareth BaleTottenham
2013/14Luis SuarezLiverpool
2014/15Eden HazardChelsea
2015/16Jamie VardyLeicester City
2016/17N'Golo KanteChelsea
2017/18Mohamed SalahLiverpool
2018/19Virgil van DijkLiverpool
2019/20Kevin De BruyneManchester City
2020/21Ruben DiasManchester City
2021/22Kevin De BruyneManchester City
2022/23Erling HaalandManchester City
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