Qatar Football Association Awards for 2019-20 season
- Updated: September 1, 2020
The Board of Trustees of Qatar Football Association Awards announced the award winners of 2019-20 season, after completing the screening process of final voting, where 50 out of 52 forms sent to the participants for voting were approved. And the final results in each category (Best Player Award, Best Coach Award and Best Under-23 Player Award), where voting happened, was also approved.
Winners of other categories (Football for All Award, Best Referees Award and Mansour Muftah Award for the Top Scorer), where voting was not held, were also announced.
The following are the winners:
Football For All Award
This award is given by the QFA Award Board of Trustees to organisations, groups or individuals making a significant contribution towards football in the local community. The winners are: Ministry of Public Health, Ministry of Interior, Aspetar Hospital and Qatar Red Crescent. For their great efforts and contribution towards resumption of football activity this season.
Best Referees Award
The quartet of Abdulrahman Al Jassim, Taleb Salem (first assistant), Faisal Eid (second assistant) and Abdullah Al Athba (Video Assistant Referee).
Mansour Muftah Award for Top Scorer
Akram Afif & Yacine Brahimi. They shared the award with 15 goals each in the league.
Best Under-23 Player
Tarek Salman of Al Sadd. He obtained the highest percentage (53.9%) in the final voting process.
Diego Aguirre of Al Rayyan. He received the highest percentage (64.6%) in the final voting process.
Akram Afif of Al Sadd. He obtained the highest percentage (60.91%) in the final voting process.
The Board of Trustees of QFA Award congratulates all winners, and extends its thanks and appreciation to all nominees, wishing everyone continued success.