The Irishman is named the Toffees’ best player of 2013/14.
At their national awards Seamus Coleman was named the 2013/14 Everton Player of the Year, to add to his PFA Team of the Year place.
The right-back has been in fine form for the Toffees this season, helping them to a fifth place finish in the Premier League.
Not only has Coleman kept 14 clean-sheets whilst on the pitch for the Merseysiders, but the 25-year-old has also scored six league goals and provided two assists.
These performances saw the Ireland international named in the Team of the Year by his fellow professionals and now he has also been congratulated by his teammates.
“When I arrived here in 2009 I couldn’t have imagined I’d be stood here with these awards in my hands,” Coleman told the club’s website.
“There must have been a lot of contenders for both of these awards this season and that says a lot about this team.”
Coleman was signed by recently sacked Manchester United manager David Moyes back in 2009, for the relatively small fee of £650,000 from Irish side Sligo Rovers.
Since then the defender has developed greatly at Goodison Park and is finally flourishing under new boss Roberto Martinez.
To date Coleman has played 142 times for the Merseyside club.