Although soccer hasn't been the same for anyone, we have still seen top quality player performances from the comfort of our sofas.
The standard of players on this list is extraordinary, and Planet Sport will run you through this season's best at each club. Perhaps some of our list might be among the top players at this summer's Euros.
Manchester City - Ruben Dias
Manchester City's Ruben Dias has been a crucial element of Pep Guardiola's third title winning season, and it is no shock to see him being highlighted as City's Player of the Season.
During his first season in Manchester, he has become the integral part to City's defence, filling in and replacing retired Vincent Kompany. His performances this year had also shortlisted him for the PFA Player of the Year, which was won by teammate Kevin De Bruyne.
The Portuguese defender kept 16 clean sheets this season, earning him a place in Portugal's Euro 2020 squad. His awareness, leadership, aggressiveness, and the ability to do the simple things right highlights him as one of the league's best.
Manchester United - Bruno Fernandes
The second Portuguese international on the list, this time from the red side of Manchester. Bruno Fernandes has once again displayed why he is so crucial to this Manchester United side, winning the award for a second year running.
Fernandes has had a huge influence on his side, scoring 18 and assisting 12, securing the 'Red Devils' another season of Champions League soccer.
The midfielder has been a breath of fresh air to Ole Gunnar Solskaer's side, inching them ever close to retaining the Premier League title.
Winning the Sir Matt Busby award highlights Fernandes' quality and dismisses his critics. He is no penalty merchant.
Liverpool - Mo Salah
For the second time in his Liverpool tenure, Mo Salah has won his side's Player of the Season.
In poor title defending season, Salah played a major role in reviving Jurgen Klopp's season, with his goal contributions helping Liverpool secure Champions League soccer.
One goal off Premier League top scorer with 22, as well as claiming five assists, Salah has proved once again that even in a poor season the Egyptian still performs at the top of his game.
Chelsea - Mason Mount
The first Englishman on the list and what a season this man has had. Mason Mount has been terrific. The driving force of Chelsea's midfield and the creativity in a London team that struggled under Frank Lampard.
Although the midfielder only managed to achieve 12 goal contributions, six goals and six assists, he does more than that.
As well as having the freedom to express in a number 10 role, he has proved his box-to-box abilities, his skills as a wide player, as well as the leading the front line.
The 22-year old has his entire career ahead of him, and with the Euros approaching he has the chance to announce himself to the rest of the world.
Leicester - Youri Tielemans
The Belgian had his best season as a Leicester player during the 2020/21 campaign, and helped secure silverware for the Foxes.
Youri Tielemans' astonishing strike to win the first ever FA Cup for Leicester sums his season up as a player. In 50 appearances in all competitions he scored nine goals as well as assisting six times, another midfielder on the list and a crucial cog in his side's success.
His impressive display this season even has Liverpool sniffing around him after the highly-rated Georginio Wijnaldum left the club.
West Ham United - TBC
Not sure what is going on at West Ham. So many players had amazing seasons perhaps they forgot to announce it.
Tottenham Hotspur - Harry Kane
Was there any doubt that Harry Kane wouldn't win Tottenham's Player of the Season? No, of course there wasn't. Another brilliant campaign by the England captain.
Once again, Harry Kane led the way as the Premier League top goal scorer, netting 23 times, as well as assisting his teammates on 14 occasions.
In this particular season he highlighted his ability not to only play as a striker, but as a deep playing number nine, displaying his range of passing and the ability to assist, not just score.
Arsenal - Bukayo Saka
It was no surprise that Arsenal's star man snatched up their Player of the Season, winning it by a landslide 51 per cent.
The 19-year-old was by far the Gunners' best player this campaign, displaying excellence in a very lacklustre season in North London.
The Englishman scored and assisted seven, as well as playing a key role in Arsenal's Europa League challenge.
His attacking qualities have also secured him a place on the plane for Euro 2020. What a season for the youngster.
Leeds United - Stuart Dallas
During his first ever Premier League season, Stuart Dallas' campaign couldn't have gone any better.
As well as staying in the Premier League with an impressive ninth place, after their first season back in the top flight, Leeds have made a terrific impression on the top flight.
After Dallas helped keep 12 clean sheets during the 2020/21 campaign, the defender picked up three trophies on awards night, Player of the Year, Players' Player of the Year and Goal of the Season (Dallas v Manchester City, 10th April).
Leeds fans can't wait to see his defensive skills on display next season at Elland Road, and will be hoping he improves for 2021/22.
Everton - Dominic Calvert-Lewin
Striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin's performances leading the line landed him Everton's Player of the Season as well as a ticket to the Euros.
In his best Premier League season, the Englishman scored a total of 16, helping Carlo Ancelotti's side achieve a top ten finish.
His form at the beginning of the campaign got his side off to a smashing start. Calvert-Lewin scored 11 in 11 matches and Everton enjoyed the top spot during October 2020.
Aston Villa - Emiliano Martinez
After making a switch from Arsenal to Aston Villa, the Gunners may have wished they kept the Argentine after he picked up Villa's Player of the Season.
The goalkeeper earned the number one jersey, keeping an astonishing 15 clean sheets for the Villa, who just missed out on a top ten finish.
His composure and confidence to play out from the back, as well as being an overall good shot stopper reassured the Aston Villa defence and brought a bit more steel to the backline.
After two impressive seasons in the Premier League with Arsenal and Villa, Martinez fully deserves this personal award.
Newcastle United - Callum Wilson
In Callum Wilson's debut season he has seriously impressed the fans on Tyneside, scoring 12 times in 28 appearances.
After many questioned his transfer to Newcastle, Wilson proved his worth by becoming the third striker to take home the award in the Magpie's Premier League history.
His return from injury in April helped Newcastle avoid the drop, winning three out of five, as well as scoring twice against Leicester to help his side beat the Foxes 4-2 at the KingPower.
Although Wilson was ruled out for a good chunk of the season with a hamstring injury, he proved to be a crucial part of Steve Bruce's developing Newcastle side.
Wolverhampton Wanderers - Pedro Neto
The Portuguese international displayed his quality during his second season for Wolves, picking up both Fans' Player of the Season and Players' Player.
Neto's electric style of play has entertained an empty Molineux this season, bringing a new and exciting aspect to this Wolves side. His pace and ability on the ball has proven to be second to none, allowing him to score some outstanding goals.
His goal against Arsenal, as well as his terrific solo goal against Southampton in February highlighted his class. The winger scored and assisted five this campaign, picking up the prestigeous award.
Crystal Palace - Vicente Guaita
The Spanish shot-stopper picks up Crystal Palace Player of the Year in another impressive campaign for the Eagles.
Guaita played in 37 of the 38 Premier League games this season, keeping eight clean sheets to Palace's aid.
Although the London side may have had a lucklustre season compared to previous campaigns, the Spaniard proved his quality throughout 2020/21.
Southampton - James Ward-Prowse
Although the Saints dropped off towards the end of the season, James Ward-Prowse continued to show his superiority in this Southampton side, deservedly winning Player of the Season.
The Englishman captained his side for the majority of the season, racking up 16 goal contributions in all competitions, as well as displaying his creativity, progressive and direct passing, not to mention his terrific set-pieces.
Brighton and Hove Albion - Ben White
What a season for the 23-year old. His performance have not only earned him Brighton's Player of the Year award, but also a call up to the England Euro 2020 squad.
During his 36 Premier League appearances this season, he has been the standout player for the Seagulls this season. Last ditch challenges, crucial tackles won; Ben White has been outstanding.
Hopefully, the defender can replicate his performances at Brighton for England.
Burnley - Chris Woods
The New Zealand striker landed three awards for Burnley after another season in the Premier League. Chris Wood landed not only the Player of the Year award, but the top scorer award as well as Players' Player.
His 12 goals this season took him to an impressive 50 as a Burnley player, which included his first ever hat-trick this season against Wolves.
His goalscoring ended up being crucial in keeping the Clarets in the Premier League, scoring eight in Burnley's last 11 games.
Another season in the top flight secured for 2021/22. Will Wood be able to keep his side safe again next season?
Fulham - Alphonse Areola
The French loanee goalkeeper won by a landside vote for Fulham's Player of the Season, claiming 89.4 per cent of the votes.
Areola has been particularly impressive in a very poor season for the London side.
The 28-year-old played in every Premier League match this season, keeping nine clean sheets, as well as making a brilliant 116 saves.
Although Fulham will play in the Championship next season, Areola will return to PSG after an impressive personal season, looking to prove himself in France.
West Bromwich Albion - Sam Johnstone
Another goalkeeper on the list. West Brom's Sam Johnstone walked away with a handful of awards, being named Players' Player of the Year, Supporters' Player of the Year, as well as the PFA Community Champion Award.
The England international has impressed this season, keeping six clean sheets in 37 appearances for the Baggies.
The shot-stopper earned his call-up to England's Euros squad.
Sheffield United - Aaron Ramsdale
Our final player on our list and another English goalkeeper. Aaron Ramsdale also picked up a number of awards, winning both Player of the Year and Young Player of the Year.
The 23-year-old appeared in all 38 Premier League games, keeping five clean sheets, becoming a fan favourite between the sticks for the Blades.
As well as Johnstone, Ramsdale also made it into the Euro Provisional squad, but was eventually cut. However, that is still a terrific achievement for Ramsdale after a disappointing domestic season.