Each season the Premier League rewards the goalkeepers who have kept the most clean sheets with the Golden Glove award.
The award is sponsored by Castrol, since the start of the 2021/22 season.
It was first presented in the 2004/05 season, when it was won by Petr Cech, who kept a record 24 clean sheets for Chelsea.
If more than one goalkeeper records the highest number of clean sheets, the award is shared.
Before 2013/14, in such instances the award went to the goalkeeper with highest ratio of clean sheets for matches played.
The award is currently jointly-held by Brazilians Alisson and Ederson, who kept 20 clean sheets each in 2021/22 for Liverpool and Manchester City respectively.
It was the third successive season Ederson had won the award, a feat achieved by only two other goalkeepers.
|2008/09||Edwin van der Sar||MUN||21|
|2017/18||David De Gea||MUN||18|