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The title Footballer of the Year (Fußballer des Jahres) has been awarded in Germany since 1960. In 1996 the title Women's Footballer of the Year was awarded for the first time. Both awards are determined by a poll of German football journalists from the Association of German Sports Journalists (Verband der Deutschen Sportjournalisten) and the publication Kicker. Eligible are German players abroad and players in Germany. In 2004 the Brazilian Ailton became the first foreign player to attain this honour. The most recent titleholders are Grafite from VfL Wolfsburg and Inka Grings from FCR 2001 Duisburg.

German Footballer of the Year (Bundesliga)

Year Player Club
2009 Grafite Wolfsburg
2008 Franck Ribéry Bayern Munich
2007 Mario Gómez Stuttgart
2006 Miroslav Klose Werder Bremen
2005 Michael Ballack Bayern Munich
2004 Aílton Werder Bremen
2003 Michael Ballack Bayern Munich
2002 Michael Ballack Bayer Leverkusen
2001 Oliver Kahn Bayern Munich
2000 Oliver Kahn Bayern Munich
1999 Lothar Matthäus Bayern Munich
1998 Oliver Bierhoff Udinese
1997 Jürgen Kohler Borussia Dortmund
1996 Matthias Sammer Borussia Dortmund
1995 Matthias Sammer Borussia Dortmund
1994 Jürgen Klinsmann Monaco
1993 Andreas Köpke Nuremberg
1992 Thomas Häßler Roma
1991 Stefan Kuntz Kaiserslautern
1990 Lothar Matthäus Internazionale
1989 Thomas Häßler Köln
1988 Jürgen Klinsmann Stuttgart
1987 Uwe Rahn Borussia Mönchengladbach
1986 Harald Schumacher Köln
1985 Hans-Peter Briegel Verona
1984 Harald Schumacher Köln
1983 Rudi Völler Werder Bremen
1982 Karlheinz Förster Stuttgart
1981 Paul Breitner Bayern Munich
1980 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge Bayern Munich
1979 Berti Vogts Borussia Mönchengladbach
1978 Sepp Maier Bayern Munich
1977 Sepp Maier Bayern Munich
1976 Franz Beckenbauer Bayern Munich
1975 Sepp Maier Bayern Munich
1974 Franz Beckenbauer Bayern Munich
1973 Günter Netzer Borussia Mönchengladbach
1972 Günter Netzer Borussia Mönchengladbach
1971 Berti Vogts Borussia Mönchengladbach
1970 Uwe Seeler Hamburg
1969 Gerd Müller Bayern Munich
1968 Franz Beckenbauer Bayern Munich
1967 Gerd Müller Bayern Munich
1966 Franz Beckenbauer Bayern Munich
1965 Hans Tilkowski Borussia Dortmund
1964 Uwe Seeler Hamburg
1963 Hans Schäfer Köln
1962 Karl-Heinz Schnellinger Köln
1961 Max Morlock Nuremberg
1960 Uwe Seeler Hamburg


East German Footballer of the Year

The title was awarded between 1963 and 1991 by the publication Die Neue Fußballwoche.

Year Player Club
1991 Torsten Gütschow Dynamo Dresden
1990 Ulf Kirsten Dynamo Dresden
1989 Andreas Trautmann Dynamo Dresden
1988 Andreas Thom Berliner Dynamomarker
1987 René Müller Lokomotive Leipzig
1986 René Müller Lokomotive Leipzig
1985 Hans-Jürgen Dörner Dynamo Dresden
1984 Hans-Jürgen Dörner Dynamo Dresden
1983 Joachim Streich Magdeburg
1982 Rüdiger Schnuphase Carl Zeiss Jena
1981 Hans-Ulrich Grapenthin Carl Zeiss Jena
1980 Hans-Ulrich Grapenthin Carl Zeiss Jena
1979 Joachim Streich Magdeburg
1978 Jürgen Croy Sachsenring Zwickau
1977 Hans-Jürgen Dörner Dynamo Dresden
1976 Jürgen Croy Sachsenring Zwickau
1975 Jürgen Pommerenke Magdeburg
1974 Bernd Bransch Carl Zeiss Jena
1973 Hans-Jürgen Kreische Dynamo Dresden
1972 Jürgen Croy Sachsenring Zwickau
1971 Peter Ducke Carl Zeiss Jena
1970 Roland Ducke Carl Zeiss Jena
1969 Eberhard Vogel Karl-Marx-Stadt
1968 Bernd Bransch Hallescher Chemie
1967 Dieter Erler Karl-Marx-Stadt
1966 Jürgen Nöldner Vorwärts Berlin
1965 Horst Weigang SC Leipzig
1964 Klaus Urbanczyk Chemie Halle
1963 Manfred Kaiser Wismut Karl-Marx-Stadt


German Female Footballer of the Year

Year Player Club
2009 Inka Grings FCR 2001 Duisburg
2008 Birgit Prinz 1. FFC Frankfurt
2007 Birgit Prinz 1. FFC Frankfurt
2006 Birgit Prinz 1. FFC Frankfurt
2005 Birgit Prinz 1. FFC Frankfurt
2004 Birgit Prinz 1. FFC Frankfurt
2003 Birgit Prinz 1. FFC Frankfurt
2002 Birgit Prinz 1. FFC Frankfurt
2001 Birgit Prinz 1. FFC Frankfurt
2000 Martina Voss FCR Duisburg
1999 Inka Grings FCR Duisburg
1998 Silke Rottenberg SF Siegen
1997 Bettina Wiegmann Grün-Weiß Brauweiler
1996 Martina Voss FC Rumeln-Kaldenhausen


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