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Belgian Golden Shoe

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

In association football, the Belgian Golden Shoe (Dutch: Gouden Schoen, French: Soulier d'Or) is an award given in Belgium at the beginning of each civil year to the best footballer of the Belgian First Division for the past year. The trophy is sponsored by the Belgian newspaper Het Laatste Nieuws.

The voters are a selection of Belgian press specialists and football personalities. They are invited to vote for the best player of the competition for both half seasons (previous season second half and current season first half). As a result, a player can receive all of his votes in one half season (e.g. if he joined the championship from abroad during summer), or he can receive votes for matches with two (or more) different teams, as with Philippe Albert in 1992 and Mbark Boussoufa in 2006.

Paul Van Himst has collected 4 Belgian Golden Shoes which is the current record. Jan Ceulemans and Wilfried Van Moer have both won the trophy three times. The first foreigner to win the trophy was the Dutchman Johan Boskamp, especially for his excellence during the second half of the 1974–75 season, when his club, RWDM (currently defunct), won its first and only championship title. The only foreigners who have won the award more than once are the Swede Pär Zetterberg and the Moroccan Mbark Boussoufa. In 2011, Argentinian Matías Suárez became the first South American to be awarded the Golden Shoe.

In 2016, Tessa Wullaert was awarded the first ever Golden Shoe for women football players.

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Contents

Recipients (men)

Year Winner Club(s) Second Club(s) Third Club(s)
1954  Rik Coppens (BEL) Beerschot  Jef Mermans (BEL) Anderlecht  Louis Carré (BEL) RFC Liège
1955  Fons Van Brandt (BEL) Lierse  Vic Mees (BEL) Antwerp  Jef Mermans (BEL) Anderlecht
1956  Vic Mees (BEL) Antwerp  Denis Houf (BEL) Standard Liège  Robert Van Kerkhoven (BEL) Daring Club Bruxelles
1957  Jef Jurion (BEL) Anderlecht  Louis Carré (BEL) RFC Liège  Vic Mees (BEL) Antwerp
1958  Roland Storme (BEL) Gent  André Vanderstappen (BEL) Olympic Charleroi  Denis Houf (BEL) Standard Liège
1959  Lucien Olieslagers (BEL) Lierse  Armand Seghers (BEL) Olympic Charleroi  Rik Coppens (BEL) Beerschot
1960  Paul Van Himst (BEL) Anderlecht  Paul Bonga Bonga (COD) Standard Liège  Eric Lambert (BEL) Gent
1961  Paul Van Himst (BEL) Anderlecht  Denis Houf (BEL) Standard Liège  Pierre Hanon (BEL) Anderlecht
1962  Jef Jurion (BEL) Anderlecht  Jean Nicolay (BEL) Standard Liège  Laurent Verbiest (BEL) Anderlecht
1963  Jean Nicolay (BEL) Standard Liège  Paul Van Himst (BEL) Anderlecht  Frans Vermeyen (BEL) Lierse
1964  Wilfried Puis (BEL) Anderlecht  Paul Van Himst (BEL) Anderlecht  Jean Nicolay (BEL) Standard Liège
1965  Paul Van Himst (BEL) Anderlecht  Wilfried Puis (BEL) Anderlecht  Georges Heylens (BEL) Anderlecht
1966  Wilfried Van Moer (BEL) Antwerp  Raoul Lambert (BEL) Club Brugge  Yves Baré (BEL) RFC Liège
1967  Fernand Boone (BEL) Club Brugge  Roger Claessen (BEL) Standard Liège  Nico Dewalque (BEL) Standard Liège
1968  Lon Polleunis (BEL) Sint-Truiden  Léon Semmeling (BEL) Standard Liège  Jean Dockx (BEL) Racing White
1969  Wilfried Van Moer (BEL) Standard Liège  Nico Dewalque (BEL) Standard Liège  Jean Dockx (BEL) Racing White
1970  Wilfried Van Moer (BEL) Standard Liège  Christian Piot (BEL) Standard Liège  Jean Dockx (BEL) Racing White
1971  Erwin Vandendaele (BEL) Club Brugge  Paul Van Himst (BEL) Anderlecht  Christian Piot (BEL) Standard Liège
1972  Christian Piot (BEL) Standard Liège  Maurice Martens (BEL) Racing White  Jean Thissen (BEL) Standard Liège
1973  Maurice Martens (BEL) Racing White  Nico Dewalque (BEL) Standard Liège  Erwin Vandendaele (BEL) Club Brugge
1974  Paul Van Himst (BEL) Anderlecht  Christian Piot (BEL) Standard Liège  Maurice Martens (BEL) RWDM
1975  Johan Boskamp (NED) RWDM  Rob Rensenbrink (NED) Anderlecht  Raoul Lambert (BEL) Club Brugge
1976  Rob Rensenbrink (NED) Anderlecht  François Van der Elst (BEL) Anderlecht  Raoul Lambert (BEL) Club Brugge
1977  Julien Cools (BEL) Club Brugge  Jean-Marie Pfaff (BEL) Beveren  Rob Rensenbrink (NED) Anderlecht
1978  Jean-Marie Pfaff (BEL) Beveren  René Vandereycken (BEL) Club Brugge  Rob Rensenbrink (NED) Anderlecht
1979  Jean Janssens (BEL) Beveren  Jan Ceulemans (BEL) Club Brugge  Heinz Schönberger (GER) Beveren
1980  Jan Ceulemans (BEL) Club Brugge  Wilfried Van Moer (BEL) Beringen  Erwin Vandenbergh (BEL) Lierse
1981  Erwin Vandenbergh (BEL) Lierse  Juan Lozano (ESP) Anderlecht  Eric Gerets (BEL) Standard Liège
1982  Eric Gerets (BEL) Standard Liège  Ludo Coeck (BEL) Anderlecht  Juan Lozano (ESP) Anderlecht
1983  Franky Vercauteren (BEL) Anderlecht  Heinz Schönberger (GER) Beveren  Jan Ceulemans (BEL) Club Brugge
1984  Enzo Scifo (BEL) Anderlecht  Jan Ceulemans (BEL) Club Brugge  Morten Olsen (DEN) Anderlecht
1985  Jan Ceulemans (BEL) Club Brugge  Philippe Desmet (BEL) Waregem  René Vandereycken (BEL) Anderlecht
1986  Jan Ceulemans (BEL) Club Brugge  Juan Lozano (ESP) Anderlecht  Gilbert Bodart (BEL) Standard Liège
1987  Michel Preud'homme (BEL) Mechelen  Frans van Rooy (NED) Antwerp  Marc Degryse (BEL) Club Brugge
1988  Lei Clijsters (BEL) Mechelen  Marc Degryse (BEL) Club Brugge  Marc Emmers (BEL) Mechelen
1989  Michel Preud'homme (BEL) Mechelen  Marc Emmers (BEL) Mechelen  Marc Degryse (BEL) Club Brugge
Anderlecht
1990  Franky Van Der Elst (BEL) Club Brugge  Luís Oliveira (BRA) Anderlecht  Luc Nilis (BEL) Anderlecht
1991  Marc Degryse (BEL) Anderlecht  Philippe Albert (BEL) Mechelen  Luc Nilis (BEL) Anderlecht
1992  Philippe Albert (BEL) Mechelen
Anderlecht
 Dany Verlinden (BEL) Club Brugge  Josip Weber (CRO) Cercle Brugge
1993  Pär Zetterberg (SWE) Anderlecht  Lorenzo Staelens (BEL) Club Brugge  Josip Weber (BEL) Cercle Brugge
1994  Gilles De Bilde (BEL) Anderlecht  Franky Van Der Elst (BEL) Club Brugge  Frank Farina (AUS) Club Brugge
1995  Frank Farina (AUS) Club Brugge  Gilbert Bodart (BEL) Standard Liège  Marc Degryse (BEL) Anderlecht
England Sheffield Wednesday
1996  Franky Van Der Elst (BEL) Club Brugge  Pär Zetterberg (SWE) Anderlecht  Philippe Vande Walle (BEL) Germinal Ekeren
1997  Pär Zetterberg (SWE) Anderlecht  Franky Van Der Elst (BEL) Club Brugge  Eric Van Meir (BEL) Lierse
1998  Branko Strupar (BEL) Genk  Souleymane Oularé (GUI) Genk  Lorenzo Staelens (BEL) Club Brugge
Anderlecht
1999  Lorenzo Staelens (BEL) Anderlecht  Jan Koller (CZE) Lokeren
Anderlecht
 Toni Brogno (BEL) Westerlo
2000  Jan Koller (CZE) Anderlecht  Yves Vanderhaeghe (BEL) Mouscron
Anderlecht
 Walter Baseggio (BEL) Anderlecht
2001  Wesley Sonck (BEL) Genk  Gert Verheyen (BEL) Club Brugge  Walter Baseggio (BEL) Anderlecht
2002  Timmy Simons (BEL) Club Brugge  Wesley Sonck (BEL) Genk  Danny Boffin (BEL) Sint-Truiden
2003  Aruna Dindane (CIV) Anderlecht  Walter Baseggio (BEL) Anderlecht  Mbo Mpenza (BEL) Mouscron
2004  Vincent Kompany (BEL) Anderlecht  Luigi Pieroni (BEL) Mouscron
France Auxerre
 Marius Mitu (ROM) Lierse
2005  Sérgio Conceição (POR) Standard Liège  Vincent Kompany (BEL) Anderlecht  Christian Wilhelmsson (SWE) Anderlecht
2006  Mbark Boussoufa (MAR) Gent
Anderlecht
 Mohammed Tchité (BDI) Standard Liège
Anderlecht
 Nicolás Frutos (ARG) Anderlecht
2007  Steven Defour (BEL) Standard Liège  Ahmed Hassan (EGY) Anderlecht  Tom De Sutter (BEL) Cercle Brugge
2008  Axel Witsel (BEL) Standard Liège  Milan Jovanović (SRB) Standard Liège  Marouane Fellaini (BEL) Standard Liège
England Everton
2009  Milan Jovanović (SRB) Standard Liège  Mbark Boussoufa (MAR) Anderlecht  Romelu Lukaku (BEL) Anderlecht
2010  Mbark Boussoufa (MAR) Anderlecht  Romelu Lukaku (BEL) Anderlecht  Jelle Vossen (BEL) Cercle Brugge
Genk
2011  Matías Suárez (ARG) Anderlecht  Axel Witsel (BEL) Standard Liège
Portugal Benfica
 Thibaut Courtois (BEL) Genk
Spain Atlético Madrid
2012  Dieumerci Mbokani (COD) Anderlecht  Jelle Vossen (BEL) Genk  Silvio Proto (BEL) Anderlecht
2013  Thorgan Hazard (BEL) Zulte Waregem  Maxime Lestienne (BEL) Club Brugge  Silvio Proto (BEL) Anderlecht
2014  Dennis Praet (BEL) Anderlecht  Víctor Vázquez (ESP) Club Brugge  Hans Vanaken (BEL) Lokeren
2015  Sven Kums (BEL) Gent  Laurent Depoitre (BEL) Gent  Danijel Milićević (SUI) Gent
2016  José Izquierdo (COL) Club Brugge  Łukasz Teodorczyk (POL) Anderlecht  Ruud Vormer (NED) Club Brugge
2017  Ruud Vormer (NED) Club Brugge  Youri Tielemans (BEL) Anderlecht
France Monaco
 Leander Dendoncker (BEL) Anderlecht
2018  Hans Vanaken (BEL) Club Brugge  Mehdi Carcela (MAR) Standard Liège  Alejandro Pozuelo (ESP) Genk

Breakdown of winners (men)

Multiple winners (men)

Country Number of wins Number of second places Number of third places
Belgium Paul Van Himst
4
3
0
Belgium Jan Ceulemans
3
2
1
Belgium Wilfried Van Moer
3
1
0
Belgium Franky Van der Elst
2
2
0
Morocco Mbark Boussoufa
2
1
0
Belgium Jef Jurion
2
0
0
Belgium Michel Preud'homme
2
0
0
Sweden Pär Zetterberg
2
0
0

By nationality (men)

Country Number of wins Winning years Number of second places Number of third places
Belgium Belgium
50
1954–1974, 1977–1992, 1994, 1996, 1998–1999, 2001–2002, 2004, 2007–2008, 2013–2015, 2018
48
52
Netherlands Netherlands
3
1975–1976, 2017
2
3
Sweden Sweden
2
1993, 1997
1
1
Morocco Morocco
2
2006, 2010
2
0
Australia Australia
1
1995
0
1
Czech Republic Czech Republic
1
2000
1
0
Ivory Coast Ivory Coast
1
2003
0
0
Portugal Portugal
1
2005
0
0
Serbia Serbia
1
2009
1
0
Argentina Argentina
1
2011
0
1
Democratic Republic of the Congo Democratic Republic of the Congo
1
2012
1
0
Colombia Colombia
1
2016
0
0
Spain
0
3
2
Brazil Brazil
0
1
0
Burundi Burundi
0
1
0
Egypt Egypt
0
1
0
Germany
0
1
1
Guinea Guinea
0
1
0
Poland Poland
0
1
0
Croatia Croatia
0
0
1
Denmark Denmark
0
0
1
Romania Romania
0
0
1
Switzerland Switzerland
0
0
1

Recipients (women)

Year Winner Club(s) Second Club(s) Third Club(s)
2016  Tessa Wullaert (BEL) Germany Wolfsburg  Janice Cayman (BEL) France Montpellier  Aline Zeler (BEL) Belgium Standard Liège
2017  Janice Cayman (BEL) France Montpellier  Tessa Wullaert (BEL) Germany Wolfsburg  Davina Philtjens (BEL) Netherlands Ajax
2018  Tessa Wullaert (BEL) Germany Wolfsburg
England Manchester City
 Janice Cayman (BEL) France Montpellier  Davina Philtjens (BEL) Netherlands Ajax
Italy Fiorentina

References

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