These awards were launched in 2001 as an enhancement to the PFA Players' Player Awards and give a strong voice to the supporters who, alongside the players, are the lifeblood of the game.
The awards are endorsed by the players and supported by the Premiership, Championship, League One and League Two clubs and are an indication that the relationship between players and supporters is remains as strong as ever.
The PFA also considers it important not to forget the importance of players throughout all the divisions, and for that reason it was decided to have a player award for each division. This season, for the first time, the voting was carried out in conjunction with DSG's flagship website www.football.co.uk.
You can vote for a player in any of the domestic English leagues by entering the name of the player, adding your email and hitting the submit button, it's as simple as that. You can search for players by club to see all players in the club if you are not sure of the spelling or directly by their name.
You can vote for any member of the PFA but players must have played first team football to be eligible to win. You are allowed 1 vote/league. Each league will have their own Fans player winner. Voting is open until end of each month
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