FAI International Football Awards

The FAI International Football Awards is an awards evening held to honour the best Republic of Ireland international footballers of the year.

FAI International Football Awards
Awarded for Outstanding achievements in association football
Sponsored by Three[1]
Location RTÉ Television Centre, Donnybrook[1]
Country Republic of Ireland
Presented by Peter Collins
Tony O’Donoghue
Evanne Ní Chuilinn[2]
First awarded 1989[3]
Website fai.ie
Television/radio coverage
Network RTÉ Two[1]

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Year Winner Club
2020[4] John Egan Sheffield United
2019[5] David McGoldrick Sheffield United
2018[6] Shane Duffy Brighton & Hove Albion
2017[7] Shane Duffy Brighton & Hove Albion
2016[8] Robbie Brady Norwich City/Burnley
2015[9] Jonathan Walters Stoke City
2014[10] John O’Shea Sunderland
2013[11] Robbie Keane LA Galaxy
2012[12] Keith Andrews Bolton Wanderers
2011[13] Richard Dunne Aston Villa
2010[14] Kevin Doyle Wolverhampton Wanderers
2009[15] Robbie Keane Liverpool/Tottenham Hotspur
2008[16] Kevin Doyle Reading
2007[17] Richard Dunne Manchester City
2006[18] Shay Given Newcastle United
2005[19] Shay Given Newcastle United
2004[20] Kevin Kilbane Everton
2003[21] No award ceremony.
2002[22] Damien Duff Blackburn Rovers
2001[23] Roy Keane Manchester United
2000[24] Mark Kinsella Charlton Athletic
1999[25] Alan Kelly Sheffield United/Blackburn Rovers
1998[26] Kenny Cunningham Wimbledon
1997[27] Roy Keane Manchester United
1996[28] Alan McLoughlin Portsmouth
1995[26] Andy Townsend Aston Villa
1994[26] Ray Houghton Aston Villa
1993[26] Steve Staunton Aston Villa
1992[26] John Aldridge Tranmere Rovers
1991[29] Paul McGrath Aston Villa
1990[29] Paul McGrath Aston Villa
1989[3] Kevin Moran Sporting Gijón

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