Awards Dinner 2019
The 2020/21 PFA Scotland Player of the Year Awards ceremony will take place on Sunday 2nd May 2021.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2019/20 Awards Dinner was unfortunately cancelled.
That means James Forrest was the last player to be crowned PFA Scotland Player of the Year at the glittering 2019 ceremony.
The Celtic star took the top prize in another hugely successful night where the players from across all four leagues in Scotland were recognised for their achievements.
There were winners from across all the leagues with Rangers doing a double - Ryan Kent picking up Young Player of the Year and Aldredo Morelos taking Goal of the Season, voted for by the fans via Sky Sports.
Kilmarnock's Steve Clarke was voted GMB Scotland Manager of the Year, beating Arbroath's Dick Campbell, Alloa's Jim Goodwin and Ross County duo Stuart Kettlewell and Steven Ferguson.
Queen of the South's Mister Goals Stephen Dobbie was a popular winner of Championship Player of the Year while Arbroath's talisman Bobby Linn picked up his second Player of the Year Award for League 1.
After an amazing season in front of goal with Edinburgh City, striker Blair Henderson was crowned League 2 Player of the Year.
The 2019 Special Merit Award was presented to Dr John MacLean from Hampden Sports Clinic for his work over the years as Clyde and Scotland doctor as well as PFA Scotland's Support Programme.
For this coming year, PFA Scotland has also opened up new opportunities for companies to have more involvement at the event by becoming Award Category Sponsors.
This opportunity offers a higher profile at the Awards through branding and advertising. For more information, please contact Susie van der Post at or 07720 416 661.