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Premier League Golden Glove award

3 May 2018
Liverpool v Wolverhampton Wanderers

Find out who has won the Golden Glove awards, along with its history, given to the goalkeeper with the most clean sheets

Each season the Premier League rewards the goalkeepers to have kept the most clean sheets with the Golden Glove award. 

The award is presented by Cadbury, the official snack partner of the Premier League, who have sponsored it from 2017. Before, it was sponsored by Barclays.

The award was first presented in the 2004/05 season. The winner then was Petr Cech, who kept a record 24 clean sheets for Chelsea.

The current holder is Liverpool's Alisson, who secured 21 clean sheets to win the award for the first time.

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. 

Winners of the Golden Glove
Season Player Club Clean sheets
2004/05 Petr Cech CHE 24
2005/06 Pepe Reina LIV 20
2006/07 Pepe Reina LIV 19
2007/08 Pepe Reina LIV 18
2008/09  Edwin van der Sar MUN 21
2009/10 Petr Cech CHE 17
2010/11 Joe Hart MCI 18
2011/12 Joe Hart MCI 17
2012/13 Joe Hart MCI 18
2013/14 Petr Cech CHE 16
Wojciech Szczesny ARS 16
2014/15 Joe Hart MCI 14
2015/16 Petr Cech ARS 16
2016/17 Thibaut Courtois CHE 16
2017/18 David De Gea MUN 18
2018/19 Alisson LIV 21

 

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