Czech midfielder Tomas Rosicky, who plays with English Premiership side Arsenal, became Czech Footballer of the Year for the third time on Monday.
Rosicky won the balloting of a 104-member panel of players, coaches and soccer association officials.
Rosicky, who already won the honor in 2001 and 2002, was followed by last year's winner Petr Cech, goalie of Chelsea, and Pavel Nedved, midfielder of Juventus.
Rosicky had already won the Golden Ball Award for the best Czech soccer player last season, which was organized by Sports Journalists Association of Czech Republic.
1. Tomas Rosicky (Arsenal) 1282 points, 2. Petr Cech (Chelsea) 1204, 3. Pavel Nedved (Juventus Turin) 902, 4. Tomas Ujfalusi (Fiorentina) 666, 5. Marek Jankulovski (AC Milan) 485, 6. Jan Koller (Monaco) 345, 7. Jan Polak (Nuremberg) 245, 8. David Rozehnal (Paris St. Germain) 188, 9. Zdenek Grygera (Ajax Amsterdam) 177, 10. Marek Kulic (FK Mlada Boleslav) 116.
Coach of the Year (22nd edition):
1. Vitezslav Lavicka (Liberec) 573, 2. Karel Brueckner (Czech national team) 306, 3. Dusan Uhrin mladsi (FK Mlada Boleslav) 164, 4. Karel Jarolim (Slavia Praha) 161, 5. Michal Bilek (Sparta Praha)157.
Talent of the Year (13th edition):
1. Daniel Kolar (Sparta Praha) 327, 2. Tomas Frejlach (Slovan Liberec) 286, 3. Jan Blazek (Slovan Liberec) 253, 4. Daniel Pudil (Slovan Liberec) 149, 5. Frantisek Rajtoral (Banik Ostrava) 122.
Personality of the League (13th edition):
1. Jaromir Blazek (Sparta Praha) 197, 2. Stanislav Vlcek (Slavia Praha) 182, 3. Horst Siegl (Siad Most/Sparta Praha) 168, 4. Karel Poborsky (Ceske Budejovice) 160, 5. Marek Kulic (FK Mlada Boleslav) 146.