The Fan Player of the Month award officially recognises the best Premier League player of the month as voted for by the fans. This award is presented by the PFA in partnership with 90min and is endorsed by the players and supported by the Premier League teams.
- You may vote once per day.
- During the initial voting phase, you may vote for any player in the Premier League. In the second phase, the voting will be narrowed down to the five finalists who received the most votes.
- One lucky voter will be awarded the opportunity to present the Fan Player of the Month trophy to the winning player on the pitch before a Premier League match. In order to be eligible to win you must fill out your details after voting. The winner will receive two tickets to the match where the trophy presentation will take place. Any additional costs or expenses will not be covered by 90min or the PFA.
- Only voters in the UK will be eligible to win.
- You must be at least 16 years of age to be eligible to win.
90min, in partnership with the PFA, is proud to present the Fan Player of the Month Award.
Every month, the fans will choose one player who outperformed his peers on the pitch. That player will be recognised as the Fan Player of the Month. One passionate fan will be given the chance to present the trophy to the Fan Player of the Month on the pitch before a Premier League match.
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