Medical & Performance Team Award

As an association it is vital that we recognise and promote the work of our members in Professional Football. It is incumbent on us therefore to make sure that colleagues in the game recognise too that our members endeavours are synonymous with a teams success, and that they collectively make a significant contribution to the overall “team “effort that results in a club winning their respective league.

  • Premier League Team Award
  • Championship Team Award
  • Division 1 Team Award
  • Division 2 Team Award
  • National League Team Award
  • Scottish League Team Award
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Members Medical & Performance Team Award

This award is designed to recognise the exceptional contribution of a medical and performance team within a Club. Where they have worked as a unit, pulled together as a team, achieved great results, worked under extenuating circumstances, been innovative or worked beyond the call of duty then they deserve recognition.

That this comes from fellow colleagues in the game makes this is a particularly rewarding accolade.


Members Premier League Team Award


  • AFC Bournemouth
  • Brighton & Hove Albion
  • Southampton FC


Members Championship Team Award


  • Cardiff City FC
  • Millwall FC
  • Sheffield United FC


Members Division 1 Team Award


  • Plymouth Argyle FC
  • Shrewsbury Town FC
  • Gillingham FC


Members Division 2 Team Award


  • Accrington Stanley FC
  • Chesterfield FC
  • Crawley Town FC


Members Scottish League Team Award


  • Dundee United FC
  • Celtic FC
  • Heart of Midlothian


Members Womens Game Team Award


  • Chelsea Women FC
  • Reading Ladies FC
  • Aston Villa Ladies FC


Last year’s winners pictured right.

West Brom
Lincoln City FC
Tony Tompos
Scott McAllister

Exceptional Achievement Award

On occasion a Club or Team will achieve outstanding success over and above what may be expected or anticipated. This award recognises that success and the role of the Medicine and Performance team in supporting and playing a part in that success.

Wales Senior Mens & Northern Ireland Senior Mens Medical & Science Team received the award last year (pictured right).

Wales & NI Team

Longstanding Service Award

This award is given to a practitioner from the Medicine and Performance Team who has worked in professional Football for over 21 years and accordingly have dedicated their career to the game.

Steve Allen (pictured right) received the award last year

Steve Allen

Outstanding Contribution to Football Medicine & Performance Award

This award is made to an individual whose overall contribution to football is recognised through a variety of mediums. Nominations would take into account an individuals career, their impact on Club and colleagues, their role within the game and within their discipline, their achievements and overall presence and influences – all of which go to make their contribution meaningful, appreciated and respected by Club and colleagues alike.

This award was presented to Mr David Muckle last year (pictured right)

David Muckle

Exceptional Service Award

This award aims to recognise the work of a practitioner who has undertaken work of an exceptional nature within their field of practice. They may have worked beyond the call of duty, excelled within a particular aspect of their practice or been called upon to push the boundaries of their discipline to the highest level. Given the precarious nature of our working environment such acts of exceptional service no doubt occurs every season. This should be acknowledged.

Mark Waller accepted the award last year on behalf of Hull City FC (pictured right)

Rob Price Allan Peacham

21 Club Award

This award goes to any member of the Medicine and Performance team who has worked in a professional capacity in professional football for 21 years.

If you qualify please contact

Previous winners can be found here

(Some of last years winners pictured right)