2007 Football Boot Awards – Results!

Votes have now been counted in the hugely successful first ever International Football Boot Awards and the winners can now be revealed, with all the category results on the 2007 Football Boot Awards site!

Given the stature of the Football Boot Awards and the interest generated amongst the professional football ranks, it was only right that Footy-Boots.com presented the winning awards to some of the biggest stars of international football.

Football boot brand Nike, who has recently been in talks to buy out Umbro, scooped both the Football Boot Brand of the Year, and the Football Boot of the Year with its Nike Total 90 Laser. The delighted duo of Manchester United and England striker Wayne Rooney and Nike UK Football Manager George Weber were on hand to collect the coveted award trophies.

football-boot-awards-results

Weber commented: “Nike is delighted to be the first recipient of the Football Boot Brand of the Year Award. It’s always a good feeling when you win an award but especially when they are voted for by people as knowledgeable as the visitors to Footy-Boots.com.

Adidas prevailed in the three remaining categories, with the Poppy Red F50 Tunit 2 securing top spot in the Best Looking Football Boot section, the Adidas Predator Absolute grabbing the Most Comfortable Football Boot crown and the Macaw Slime Green F50 Tunit 2 winning the Most Innovative Football Boot Prize.


Adidas Predator Absolute wearer and Manchester City and England defender Micah Richards was first in line, to accept the Most Comfortable Football Boot Award, with Poppy Red F50 Tunit 2 football boot endorsee and Arsenal and Togo hitman Emmanuel Adebayor being presented with the Best Looking Football Boot gong. Fellow F50 Tunit 2 wearer Ashley Young of Aston Villa and England completed the superstar trio by collecting the Most Innovative Football Boot Prize on behalf of his favourite football boot brand.

football-boot-awards-results

So we know who won the Football Boot Awards!but who won the amazing top prize of a signed pair of John Terry Umbro X Boot Destroyer’s and the runners up prize of a pair of football boots every season for the next five seasons!

Amongst the thousands of Footy-Boots.com visitors that voted, Jeremy Lee scooped the top prize with Nick Scott winning the runners up prize. Congratulations to both of you!

Thanks to everyone that voted and keep checking out Footy-Boots.com for updates on next year’s Football Boot Awards

To see the comprehensive list of results, check out where your favourite football boots ranked, and to see more images of the top footballers who collected the awards, click here to go to the 2007 Football Boot Awards site.


Written By
More from Felipe

V1.08 X-RAY

Puma unveil their v1.08 X-ray speed football boot. See the spec and...
Read More

2 Comments

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *