Leigh Matthews Trophy
The Leigh Matthews Trophy is an annual award given by the AFL Players Association to the Most Valuable Player in the Australian Football League.
It is named in honour of Leigh Matthews, who won the first MVP award in 1982, when the league was still known as the Victorian Football League.
The trophy was first awarded in 2002, and all previous VFLPA/AFLPA MVPs were retrospectively given the Leigh Matthews Trophy in 2005.
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