Gerard Pique has been named as the best Catalan player of last season, with Arsenal right-back Hector Bellerin taking the young player accolade.
The awards, organised by the Federacio Catalana de Futbol (FCF), will be handed out at a ceremony in Barcelona on Nov. 9.
Barcelona defender Pique took 73 percent of the votes for the senior player award, finishing well ahead of Barca teammate Aleix Vidal (14 percent) and Real Madrid reserve goalkeeper Kiko Casilla (13 percent) on a three-man shortlist.
Arsenal right-back Bellerin, 20, gained 57 percent of the votes for young players, finishing in front of Espanyol goalkeeper Pau Lopez (30 percent) and Lazio's former Barca academy forward Keita Balde (13 percent).
The Nov. 9 ceremony will also feature an award for recently retired former Espanyol and Rayo Vallecano striker Raul Tamudo, while Red Bull Salzburg forward Jonathan Soriano will be recognised as the leading Catalan goalscorer across Europe's senior leagues during the 2014-15 campaign.
Espanyol coach Sergio Gonzalez won the manager of the season prize with 60 percent of votes, cast by a mixture of FCF experts and Catalan club officials.
Bayern Munich's Pep Guardiola was second on 28 percent, and recently sacked Las Palmas boss Paco Herrera third with 12 percent.