Swans legend Alan Curtis recognised for his service to Welsh football

6th October 2015

Swans legend Alan Curtis received the Long Service award at the annual FAW function in Cardiff on Monday night.
Curt was recognised for his outstanding service to the national team at the 25th awards night.
Since his playing career wound down in 1990, Curt has remained in the game as a coach with both the Swans and Wales, giving back to the game his wisdom and experience gained during his years as a player.
He has also occupied the assistant manager, youth team manager, and Football in the Community officer roles at the Swans along with a stint as matchday host.
The 61-year-old, now working as first-team coach under Garry Monk, won 35 international caps for Wales, scoring six goals.
On the award, Curt said: "It's a terrific honour and I'm delighted to receive it."

The big winner at the awards night was Gareth Bale, who won the Player of the Year; Players' Player and Fans' Player of the Year accolades.
Former Swans defender and current Wales boss Chris Coleman, meanwhile, received the Media Choice award.

Full list of awards

FAW Long Service Award (sponsored by Vauxhall)
Alan Curtis

Fans' Player of the Year (sponsored by Vauxhall)
Gareth Bale

Players' Player of the Year (sponsored by Fosters)
Gareth Bale

Player of the Year (sponsored by Vauxhall)
Gareth Bale

Young Player of the Year (sponsored by St David's Hotel and Spa)
Tommy O'Sullivan

Media Choice Award (sponsored by ATPI Sports Events)
Chris Coleman

Welsh Premier League Clubman of the Year (sponsored by Princes Gate Spring Water)
Siôn Edwards - Bangor City

Women's Awards

Young Player of the Year (sponsored by Edwards Holidays)
Charlie Estcourt

Players' Player of the Year (sponsored by S.A. Brain)
Helen Ward

Fans' Favourite of 2015 (sponsored by Vauxhall)
Natasha Harding

Player of the Year (sponsored by Vauxhall)
Kylie Davies