Awards Dinner

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This year's PFA Scotland Player of the Year Awards will be on Sunday 7th May at Glasgow's Hilton Hotel.

The countdown is well and truly on to the most anticipated date in the football awards calendar so, with tables already selling fast, make sure you get it in your diary and get your team’s table booked ASAP.

The annual Awards Dinner is the hottest ticket in town when the prizes are handed out at the end of the season.

Voted for by the players themselves, it is recognised as the main annual awards event in the diaries of leading sporting, corporate and media figures.

Hosted at Glasgow's Hilton Hotel, around 660 guests attend the event, made up from professional footballers, main sponsors, celebrities, invited VIP guests, media and corporate professionals.

So who will follow in the footsteps of the list of esteemed previous winners and be crowned YOUR Player of the Year for 2017?

We’ll be hitting the clubs mid-April to kick off the voting process so you’ve got a while to think about who your candidates are.

This year’s Awards Dinner promises to be as spectacular as ever with a special themed After Show Party at the Hilton sponsored by The Old Course Hotel.

Players tickets are £45 a head or £450 for a table of 10 and as tables are already selling, if you want to make sure you’re there then contact Michelle or Stuart through the usual channels or our Commercial & Events Manager Susie van der Post ASAP on 07720 416661 or email .

In the meantime, here’s a pictorial look back at last year’s dinner where the big winners on the night were Celtic duo Leigh Griffiths (Player of the Year) and Kieran Tierney (Young Player of the Year).

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Rangers skipper Lee Wallace was voted Championship Player of the Year, his gaffer Mark Warburton was Manager of the Year while teammate Barrie McKay’s strike against Celtic in the Scottish Cup semi-final saw him lift Goal of the Season.

In League 1, Dunfermline’s high scoring hitman Faissal El Bakhtaoui (now at Dundee) came out on top while Nathan Austin of East Fife (now at Falkirk) was Player of the Year for League 2.

After the Awards had been dished out, former Del Amitri frontman Justin Currie entertained everyone with a few hits then the After Show Party continued well into the night at the Hilton complete with cocktail making mixologists and a Champagne Bar.

Roll on Sunday 7th May!