All the winners
The Football League has announced the full list of winners for The Football League Awards 2013, the annual awards ceremony that celebrates on and off pitch excellence across The League’s 72 clubs.
A total of 34 clubs were shortlisted for this season’s Awards with the coveted npower Player of the Year Awards going to Matej Vydra (npower Championship), Matt Ritchie (npower League 1) and Tom Pope (npower League 2), the winners were voted for by managers from every club in their division. Thomas Ince also picked up the Johnstone’s Paint Young Player of the Year Award.
Former Leicester City, Nottingham Forest, Southampton and England goalkeeper Pater Shilton OBE was honoured with the prestigious Contribution to League Football Award.
The winners of all 17 Awards were announced at the gala ceremony in front of over 600 guests at The Brewery, London on Sunday evening (please see full list of winners below).
The judges for the Football League Awards 2013 comprised of influential and respected representatives from the media, sponsors and The Football League, alongside industry experts for the various categories.
Greg Clarke, Chairman of The Football League, said: “The Football League Awards 2013 has given us another opportunity to celebrate success at League clubs both on and off the pitch. It gives us the chance to reward those who have achieved fantastic results throughout the year. I would like to congratulate tonight’s winners and all those who were nominated.”
The full list of Award winners is shown below:
Award Winners 2013:
npower Championship Player of the Year
Matej Vydra – Watford
npower League 1 Player of the Year
Matt Ritchie – AFC Wimbledon
npower League 2 Player of the Year
Tom Pope – Port Vale
Johnstone’s Paint Young Player of the Year
Thomas Ince - Blackpool
Contribution to League Football
Peter Shilton OBE
Mitre Goal of the Year
Simon Cox – Nottingham Forest
Football Manager Outstanding Managerial Achievement
Phil Parkinson – Bradford City
npower Fan of the Year
Neil Le Milliere – Exeter City
Nick Webster – Derby County
Pat Raybould – Coventry City
LFE Apprentice of the Year - Championship
Dimitar Evtimov – Nottingham Forest