FWA Tribute Award

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The Football Writers' Association Tribute Award (often called the FWA Tribute Award, or simply the Tribute Award) is given by the Football Writers Association to an individual that the committee feels has made an outstanding contribution to the national game.

The award was first given in 1983, and was won by Ron Greenwood.

All-time winners

Season Person Nationality
1982–83 Ron Greenwood   England
1983–84 Bob Paisley   England
1984–85 Trevor Brooking   England
1985–86 Pat Jennings   Northern Ireland
1986–87 Kenny Dalglish   Scotland
1987–88 Tom Finney   England
1988–89 Bobby Charlton   England
1989–90 Bobby Moore   England
1990–91 Peter Shilton   England
1991–92 Bobby Robson   England
1992–93 Brian Clough   England
1993–94 Denis Law   Scotland
1994–95 Stanley Matthews   England
1995–96 Alex Ferguson   Scotland
1996–97 Gary Lineker   England
1997–98 Geoff Hurst   England
1998–99 Jim Smith   England
1999–2000 George Best   Northern Ireland
2000–01 Alan Shearer   England
2001–02 Graham Taylor   England
2002–03 Tony Adams   England
2003–04 Jimmy Hill   England
2004–05 Arsène Wenger   France
2005–06 Bryan Robson   England
2006–07 Ryan Giggs   Wales
2007–08 David Beckham   England
2008–09 Harry Redknapp   England
2009–10 Frank Lampard   England
2010–11 Thierry Henry   France
2011–12 Gary Neville   England
Paul Scholes   England
2012–13 Steven Gerrard   England
2013–14 José Mourinho   Portugal
2014–15 Didier Drogba   Ivory Coast
2015–16 Patrick Vieira   France
2016–17 Wayne Rooney   England
2017–18 Pelé   Brazil
2018–19 Gareth Southgate   England
2019–20 Vincent Kompany   Belgium
2020–21 Marcus Rashford   England
2022–23 Yaya Touré   Ivory Coast
2023–24 Emma Hayes   England

Winners by country

Country Number of wins
  England 27
  Scotland 3
  France
  Ivory Coast 2
  Northern Ireland
  Wales 1
  Portugal
  Brazil
  Belgium

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