Victory Medal: How it works

The 2018 Victory Medal night, presented by Bluestar Global Logistics, will be held at Crown Palladium on Saturday, 12 May.

The Victory Medal is awarded to the player who polls the highest number of votes throughout the Hyundai A-League season. If two or more players tie, the award is shared.

Votes are given to players by both head coach Kevin Muscat and assistant coach Jean-Paul de Marigny after each match using a 3-2-1 system.

Tickets to the 2018 Victory Medal night are now available to purchase.

Two of Victory’s off-season recruits, Rhys Williams and Leroy George, are among the leading contenders for this year’s award.

George leads the league for assists, while Williams has proved a valuable addition to Victory’s backline.

Defender Thomas Deng will also be in the mix, the 21-year-old has had a consistent season and contributed at both ends of the pitch

WATCH: Deng’s stunning volley

Every angle of @thomasdeng14’s stunner 🎥 #mvfc

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Besart Berisha once again leads the club for goals with 13 this season and can’t be dismissed as a chance.

Up the other end of the pitch, Lawrence Thomas has stepped up with some big saves at important times and will no doubt pick up a few votes.

WATCH: Thomas denies Reira from the spot

@lawrencet92 🙌🏼 #MVCvWSW #MVFC #HAL #Aleague @foxfootballaus

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Captain Carl Valeri was last season’s Victory Medallist, while Kevin Muscat won the award on three occasions.

Melbourne Victory’s night of nights offers guests the chance to walk the blue carpet and socialise with the inner sanctum of Melbourne Victory.

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