The awards keep coming for Super Sam

Sam Kerr received yet another accolade overnight as she was named Professional Footballers' Association (PFA) Women's Footballer of the Year for a second consecutive time.

Glory's Westfield W-League skipper has taken out a raft of honours over the past 12 months including Young Australian of the Year, AFC Women's Player of the Year, the Julie Dolan Medal and National Women's Soccer League MVP and Golden Boot.

And the 24-year-old, who is currently on NWSL duty with Chicago Red Stars, was delighted to add some more silverware to her already impressive collection.

“It’s a massive privilege to win this award for a second year," she said.

"It’s been a huge year for women’s football and to have been able to contribute to that has been not only exciting, but immensely rewarding. Hopefully our success continues in the future as the women’s game goes from strength to strength.”

Kerr was honoured during a Gala Dinner held in Sydney at which the PFA also celebrated its 25th anniversary.

Other award recipients on the night included Paul Okon (Alex Tobin OAM Medal), Aaron Mooy (Men's Footballer of the Year), Alex Chidiac (Young Women's Footballer of the Year), Daniel Arzani (PFA Harry Kewell Medal) and Nigel Boogaard (PFA Community Medal).