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The Ballon d'Or
Ballon d'Or
(French pronunciation: ​[balɔ̃ dɔʁ]; "Golden Ball"), is an annual football award presented by France Football. It has been awarded since 1956, although between 2010 and 2015, an agreement was made with FIFA
FIFA
and the award was temporarily merged with the FIFA
FIFA
World Player of the Year, and known as the FIFA Ballon d'Or, but the partnership was ended in 2016 and the award been reversed back to Ballon d'Or
Ballon d'Or
while FIFA
FIFA
also renamed its traditional award. Conceived by sports writer Gabriel Hanot, the Ballon d'Or
Ballon d'Or
award honours the male player deemed to have performed the best over the previous year, based on voting by football journalists. Originally, only European players were in contention for the Ballon d'Or: in 1995 the award was expanded to include all players at European clubs[1][2] and in 2007 to all players from around the world.[3]

Contents

1 History 2 Winners

2.1 Wins by player 2.2 Wins by country 2.3 Wins by club

3 Additional awards 4 See also 5 Notes 6 References 7 External links

History Stanley Matthews
Stanley Matthews
of Blackpool was the inaugural winner of the Ballon d'Or.[4] Prior to 1995, the award was often known in English language media as the European Footballer of the Year award. Milan's George Weah, the only African recipient, became the first non-European to win the award in the year the rules of eligibility were changed.[2] Ronaldo of Internazionale became the first South American winner two years later.[2] Lionel Messi
Lionel Messi
and Cristiano Ronaldo
Cristiano Ronaldo
have won the award a record five times. Three players have won the award three times each: Johan Cruyff
Johan Cruyff
of Ajax and Barcelona, Michel Platini
Michel Platini
of Juventus and Marco van Basten
Marco van Basten
of Milan. With seven awards each, Dutch and German players won the most Ballons d'Or. Spanish club Barcelona has the most winners, with 11 wins.[5] Between 2010 and 2015 inclusive the award was merged with a similar award, the FIFA
FIFA
World Player of the Year award, to create the FIFA Ballon d'Or, which was awarded to the world's best male player, before FIFA
FIFA
and France Football
France Football
broke the merging agreement.[6] After 2011, UEFA
UEFA
created the UEFA
UEFA
Best Player in Europe Award to maintain the format of the original Ballon d'Or.[7] Eight players (Bobby Charlton, Franz Beckenbauer, Gerd Müller, Paolo Rossi, Zinedine Zidane, Rivaldo, Ronaldinho
Ronaldinho
and Kaká) have won the FIFA
FIFA
World Cup, the European Cup/ UEFA
UEFA
Champions League and the Ballon d'Or during their career.[8] Winners

Key

Indicates player also won the FIFA
FIFA
World Player of the Year (1991–2009) or The Best FIFA
FIFA
Men's Player (2016–) in the same year

Cristiano Ronaldo
Cristiano Ronaldo
(left) and Lionel Messi, have won five awards each.

Year Rank Player Team Points

Ballon d'Or
Ballon d'Or
(1956–2009)

1956 1st Stanley Matthews Blackpool 47

2nd Alfredo Di Stéfano Real Madrid 44

3rd Raymond Kopa Real Madrid 33

1957 1st Alfredo Di Stéfano[note 1] Real Madrid 72

2nd Billy Wright Wolverhampton Wanderers 19

3rd Duncan Edwards Manchester United 16

Raymond Kopa Real Madrid

1958 1st Raymond Kopa Real Madrid 71

2nd Helmut Rahn Rot-Weiss Essen 40

3rd Just Fontaine Stade de Reims 23

1959 1st Alfredo Di Stéfano Real Madrid 80

2nd Raymond Kopa Real Madrid 42

3rd John Charles Juventus 24

1960 1st Luis Suárez Barcelona 54

2nd Ferenc Puskás Real Madrid 37

3rd Uwe Seeler Hamburg 33

1961 1st Omar Sívori[note 2] Juventus 46

2nd Luis Suárez Internazionale 40

3rd Johnny Haynes Fulham 22

1962 1st Josef Masopust Dukla Prague 65

2nd Eusébio Benfica 53

3rd Karl-Heinz Schnellinger Köln 33

1963 1st Lev Yashin Dynamo Moscow 73

2nd Gianni Rivera Milan 53

3rd Jimmy Greaves Tottenham Hotspur 33

1964 1st Denis Law Manchester United 61

2nd Luis Suárez Internazionale 43

3rd Amancio Real Madrid 38

1965 1st Eusébio Benfica 67

2nd Giacinto Facchetti Internazionale 59

3rd Luis Suárez Internazionale 45

1966 1st Bobby Charlton Manchester United 81

2nd Eusébio Benfica 80

3rd Franz Beckenbauer Bayern Munich 59

1967 1st Flórián Albert Ferencváros 68

2nd Bobby Charlton Manchester United 40

3rd Jimmy Johnstone Celtic 39

1968 1st George Best Manchester United 61

2nd Bobby Charlton Manchester United 53

3rd Dragan Džajić Red Star Belgrade 46

1969 1st Gianni Rivera Milan 83

2nd Luigi Riva Cagliari 79

3rd Gerd Müller Bayern Munich 38

1970 1st Gerd Müller Bayern Munich 77

2nd Bobby Moore West Ham United 70

3rd Luigi Riva Cagliari 65

1971 1st Johan Cruyff Ajax 116

2nd Sandro Mazzola Internazionale 57

3rd George Best Manchester United 56

1972 1st Franz Beckenbauer Bayern Munich 81

2nd Gerd Müller Bayern Munich 79

Günter Netzer Borussia Mönchengladbach

1973 1st Johan Cruyff[note 3] Barcelona 96

2nd Dino Zoff Juventus 47

3rd Gerd Müller Bayern Munich 44

1974 1st Johan Cruyff Barcelona 116

2nd Franz Beckenbauer Bayern Munich 105

3rd Kazimierz Deyna Legia Warsaw 35

1975 1st Oleg Blokhin Dynamo Kyiv 122

2nd Franz Beckenbauer Bayern Munich 42

3rd Johan Cruyff Barcelona 27

1976 1st Franz Beckenbauer Bayern Munich 91

2nd Rob Rensenbrink Anderlecht 75

3rd Ivo Viktor Dukla Prague 52

1977 1st Allan Simonsen Borussia Mönchengladbach 74

2nd Kevin Keegan[note 4] Hamburg 71

3rd Michel Platini Nancy 70

1978 1st Kevin Keegan Hamburg 87

2nd Hans Krankl Barcelona 81

3rd Rob Rensenbrink Anderlecht 50

1979 1st Kevin Keegan Hamburg 118

2nd Karl-Heinz Rummenigge Bayern Munich 52

3rd Ruud Krol Ajax 41

1980 1st Karl-Heinz Rummenigge Bayern Munich 122

2nd Bernd Schuster Barcelona 34

3rd Michel Platini Saint-Étienne 33

1981 1st Karl-Heinz Rummenigge Bayern Munich 106

2nd Paul Breitner Bayern Munich 64

3rd Bernd Schuster Barcelona 39

1982 1st Paolo Rossi Juventus 115

2nd Alain Giresse Bordeaux 64

3rd Zbigniew Boniek Juventus 39

1983 1st Michel Platini Juventus 110

2nd Kenny Dalglish Liverpool 26

3rd Allan Simonsen Vejle 25

1984 1st Michel Platini Juventus 110

2nd Jean Tigana Bordeaux 57

3rd Preben Elkjær Hellas Verona 48

1985 1st Michel Platini Juventus 127

2nd Preben Elkjær Hellas Verona 71

3rd Bernd Schuster Barcelona 46

1986 1st Igor Belanov Dynamo Kyiv 84

2nd Gary Lineker[note 5] Barcelona 62

3rd Emilio Butragueño Real Madrid 59

1987 1st Ruud Gullit[note 6] Milan 106

2nd Paulo Futre[note 7] Atlético Madrid 91

3rd Emilio Butragueño Real Madrid 61

1988 1st Marco van Basten Milan 129

2nd Ruud Gullit Milan 88

3rd Frank Rijkaard[note 8] Milan 45

1989 1st Marco van Basten Milan 129

2nd Franco Baresi Milan 80

3rd Frank Rijkaard Milan 43

1990 1st Lothar Matthäus Internazionale 137

2nd Salvatore Schillaci Juventus 84

3rd Andreas Brehme Internazionale 68

1991 1st Jean-Pierre Papin Marseille 141

2nd Dejan Savićević Red Star Belgrade 42

Darko Pančev Red Star Belgrade

Lothar Matthäus Internazionale

1992 1st Marco van Basten Milan 98

2nd Hristo Stoichkov Barcelona 80

3rd Dennis Bergkamp Ajax 53

1993 1st Roberto Baggio Juventus 142

2nd Dennis Bergkamp Internazionale 83

3rd Eric Cantona Manchester United 34

1994 1st Hristo Stoichkov Barcelona 210

2nd Roberto Baggio Juventus 136

3rd Paolo Maldini Milan 109

1995 1st George Weah[note 9] Milan 144

2nd Jürgen Klinsmann Bayern Munich 108

3rd Jari Litmanen Ajax 67

1996 1st Matthias Sammer Borussia Dortmund 144

2nd Ronaldo[note 10] Barcelona 143

3rd Alan Shearer Newcastle United 107

1997 1st Ronaldo[note 11] Internazionale 222

2nd Predrag Mijatović Real Madrid 68

3rd Zinedine Zidane Juventus 63

1998 1st Zinedine Zidane Juventus 244

2nd Davor Šuker Real Madrid 68

3rd Ronaldo Internazionale 66

1999 1st Rivaldo Barcelona 219

2nd David Beckham Manchester United 154

3rd Andriy Shevchenko Milan 64

2000 1st Luís Figo[note 12] Real Madrid 197

2nd Zinedine Zidane Juventus 181

3rd Andriy Shevchenko Milan 85

2001 1st Michael Owen Liverpool 176

2nd Raúl Real Madrid 140

3rd Oliver Kahn Bayern Munich 114

2002 1st Ronaldo[note 13] Real Madrid 169

2nd Roberto Carlos Real Madrid 145

3rd Oliver Kahn Bayern Munich 110

2003 1st Pavel Nedvěd Juventus 190

2nd Thierry Henry Arsenal 128

3rd Paolo Maldini Milan 123

2004 1st Andriy Shevchenko Milan 175

2nd Deco[note 14] Barcelona 139

3rd Ronaldinho Barcelona 133

2005 1st Ronaldinho Barcelona 225

2nd Frank Lampard Chelsea 148

3rd Steven Gerrard Liverpool 142

2006 1st Fabio Cannavaro[note 15] Real Madrid 173

2nd Gianluigi Buffon Juventus 124

3rd Thierry Henry Arsenal 121

2007 1st Kaká Milan 444

2nd Cristiano Ronaldo Manchester United 277

3rd Lionel Messi Barcelona 255

2008 1st Cristiano Ronaldo Manchester United 446

2nd Lionel Messi Barcelona 281

3rd Fernando Torres Liverpool 179

2009 1st Lionel Messi Barcelona 473

2nd Cristiano Ronaldo[note 16] Real Madrid 233

3rd Xavi Barcelona 170

FIFA
FIFA
Ballon d'Or
Ballon d'Or
(2010–2015)

2010 1st Lionel Messi Barcelona 22.65%

2nd Andrés Iniesta Barcelona 17.36%

3rd Xavi Barcelona 16.48%

2011 1st Lionel Messi Barcelona 47.88%

2nd Cristiano Ronaldo Real Madrid 21.60%

3rd Xavi Barcelona 9.23%

2012 1st Lionel Messi Barcelona 41.60%

2nd Cristiano Ronaldo Real Madrid 23.68%

3rd Andrés Iniesta Barcelona 10.91%

2013 1st Cristiano Ronaldo Real Madrid 27.99%

2nd Lionel Messi Barcelona 24.72%

3rd Franck Ribéry Bayern Munich 23.36%

2014 1st Cristiano Ronaldo Real Madrid 37.66%

2nd Lionel Messi Barcelona 15.76%

3rd Manuel Neuer Bayern Munich 15.72%

2015 1st Lionel Messi Barcelona 41.33%

2nd Cristiano Ronaldo Real Madrid 27.76%

3rd Neymar Barcelona 7.86%

Ballon d'Or
Ballon d'Or
(2016–present)

2016 1st Cristiano Ronaldo Real Madrid 745

2nd Lionel Messi Barcelona 316

3rd Antoine Griezmann Atlético Madrid 198

2017 1st Cristiano Ronaldo Real Madrid 946

2nd Lionel Messi Barcelona 670

3rd Neymar[note 17] Paris Saint-Germain 361

Wins by player

Johan Cruyff
Johan Cruyff
with the Ballon d'Or
Ballon d'Or
in 1971

One-time winners are only included if they have also finished 2nd or 3rd in another year.

Player 1st 2nd 3rd

Lionel Messi[note 18] 5 (2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2015) 5 (2008, 2013, 2014, 2016, 2017) 1 (2007)

Cristiano Ronaldo[note 19] 5 (2008, 2013, 2014, 2016, 2017) 5 (2007, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2015) —

Michel Platini 3 (1983, 1984, 1985) — 2 (1977, 1980)

Johan Cruyff 3 (1971, 1973, 1974) — 1 (1975)

Marco van Basten 3 (1988, 1989, 1992) — —

Franz Beckenbauer 2 (1972, 1976) 2 (1974, 1975) 1 (1966)

Ronaldo 2 (1997, 2002) 1 (1996) 1 (1998)

Alfredo Di Stéfano 2 (1957, 1959) 1 (1956) —

Kevin Keegan 2 (1978, 1979) 1 (1977) —

Karl-Heinz Rummenigge 2 (1980, 1981) 1 (1979) —

Luis Suárez 1 (1960) 2 (1961, 1964) 1 (1965)

Eusébio 1 (1965) 2 (1962, 1966) —

Bobby Charlton 1 (1966) 2 (1967, 1968) —

Raymond Kopa 1 (1958) 1 (1959) 2 (1956, 1957)

Gerd Müller 1 (1970) 1 (1972) 2 (1969, 1973)

Zinedine Zidane 1 (1998) 1 (2000) 1 (1997)

Gianni Rivera 1 (1969) 1 (1963) —

Ruud Gullit 1 (1987) 1 (1988) —

Lothar Matthäus 1 (1990) 1 (1991) —

Roberto Baggio 1 (1993) 1 (1994) —

Hristo Stoichkov 1 (1994) 1 (1992) —

Andriy Shevchenko 1 (2004) — 2 (1999, 2000)

George Best 1 (1968) — 1 (1971)

Allan Simonsen 1 (1977) — 1 (1983)

Ronaldinho 1 (2005) — 1 (2004)

Wins by country

Country Players Total

 Germany 5 7

 Netherlands 3 7

 Portugal 3 7

 France 4 6

 Italy 5 5

 Brazil 4 5

 England 4 5

 Argentina 1 5

 Soviet Union 3 3

 Spain 2 3

 Czech Republic 1 1

 Czechoslovakia 1 1

 Bulgaria 1 1

 Denmark 1 1

 Hungary 1 1

 Liberia 1 1

 Northern Ireland 1 1

 Scotland 1 1

 Ukraine 1 1

Wins by club

Club Players Total

Barcelona 6 11

Real Madrid 6 10

Juventus 6 8

Milan 6 8

Bayern Munich 3 5

Manchester United 4 4

Dynamo Kyiv 2 2

Internazionale 2 2

Hamburg 1 2

Ajax 1 1

Benfica 1 1

Blackpool 1 1

Borussia Dortmund 1 1

Borussia Mönchengladbach 1 1

Dukla Prague 1 1

Dynamo Moscow 1 1

Ferencváros 1 1

Liverpool 1 1

Marseille 1 1

Additional awards A special Ballon d'Or, under the name Super Ballon d'Or, was awarded to Alfredo Di Stéfano
Alfredo Di Stéfano
in 1989, after he surpassed Johan Cruyff
Johan Cruyff
and Michel Platini
Michel Platini
in France
France
Football's voting.[11] A decade later, France Football elected Pelé
Pelé
the Football Player of the Century after consulting their former Ballon d'Or
Ballon d'Or
recipients. Among the 34 previous winners, 30 cast their votes; Stanley Matthews, Omar Sívori
Omar Sívori
and George Best
George Best
abstained, and Lev Yashin
Lev Yashin
had died. Each voter was allotted five votes worth up to five points; however, Di Stéfano only chose a first place, Platini a first and second place, and George Weah two players for fifth place. Pelé
Pelé
was named the greatest by 17 voters, receiving almost double the number of points earned by the runner-up, Diego Maradona.[12]

Football Player of the Century

Player Pts 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th

 Pelé (BRA) 122 17 5 4 2 1

 Diego Maradona (ARG) 65 3 6 5 5 1

 Johan Cruyff (NED) 62 1 4 7 9 2

 Alfredo Di Stéfano (ESP) 44 4 3 3 1 1

 Michel Platini (FRA) 40 1 5 1 3 6

To coincide with the 60th anniversary of the Ballon d'Or
Ballon d'Or
in 2016, France Football
France Football
published a reevaluation of the awards presented before 1995, when only European players were eligible to win the award. 12 out of the 39 Ballons d'Or presented during this time period would have been awarded to South American players; in addition to Pelé
Pelé
and Diego Maradona, Garrincha, Mario Kempes, and Romário
Romário
were retrospectively recognized as worthy winners. The original recipients, however, remain unchanged.[13] Maradona and Pelé
Pelé
received honorary Ballons d'Or for their services to football in 1996 and 2013, respectively.[14][15]

Le nouveau palmarès (the new winners)

Year Original Alternative

1958  Raymond Kopa (FRA)  Pelé (BRA)

1959  Alfredo Di Stéfano (ESP)  Pelé (BRA)

1960  Luis Suárez (ESP)  Pelé (BRA)

1961  Omar Sívori (ITA)  Pelé (BRA)

1962  Josef Masopust (TCH)  Garrincha (BRA)

1963  Lev Yashin (URS)  Pelé (BRA)

1964  Denis Law (SCO)  Pelé (BRA)

1970  Gerd Müller (FRG)  Pelé (BRA)

1978  Kevin Keegan (ENG)  Mario Kempes (ARG)

1986  Igor Belanov (URS)  Diego Maradona (ARG)

1990  Lothar Matthäus (GER)  Diego Maradona (ARG)

1994  Hristo Stoichkov (BUL)  Romário (BRA)

See also

FIFA
FIFA
World Player of the Year FIFA
FIFA
Ballon d'Or The Best FIFA
FIFA
Football Awards FIFPro World XI

Notes

^ Born in Argentina, Di Stéfano acquired Spanish citizenship in 1956 and went on to play for the Spanish national football team. ^ Born in Argentina, Sívori acquired Italian citizenship in 1961 and went on to play for the Italian national football team. ^ Cruyff was signed by Barcelona from Ajax midway through 1973. ^ Keegan was signed by Hamburg from Liverpool midway through 1977. ^ Lineker was signed by Barcelona from Everton midway through 1986. ^ Gullit was signed by Milan from PSV Eindhoven
PSV Eindhoven
midway through 1987. ^ Futre was signed by Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid
from Porto midway through 1987. ^ Rijkaard was signed by Milan from Real Zaragoza
Real Zaragoza
midway through 1988. ^ Weah was signed by Milan from Paris Saint-Germain
Paris Saint-Germain
midway through 1995. ^ Ronaldo was signed by Barcelona from PSV Eindhoven
PSV Eindhoven
midway through 1996. ^ Ronaldo was signed by Internazionale from Barcelona midway through 1997. ^ Figo was signed by Real Madrid from Barcelona midway through 2000. ^ Ronaldo was signed by Real Madrid from Internazionale midway through 2002. ^ Deco
Deco
was signed by Barcelona from Porto midway through 2004. ^ Cannavaro was signed by Real Madrid from Juventus midway through 2006. ^ Cristiano Ronaldo
Cristiano Ronaldo
was signed by Real Madrid from Manchester United midway through 2009. ^ Neymar
Neymar
was signed by Paris Saint-Germain
Paris Saint-Germain
from Barcelona midway through 2017. ^ Messi won four FIFA
FIFA
Ballon d'Or
Ballon d'Or
(2010, 2011, 2012, 2015) and twice finished in second place (2013, 2014).[9][10] ^ Cristiano Ronaldo
Cristiano Ronaldo
won two FIFA
FIFA
Ballon d'Or
Ballon d'Or
(2013, 2014) and thrice finished in second place (2011, 2012, 2015).[9][10]

References

^ "Matthews wins first Golden Ball". BBC Sport. British Broadcasting Corporation. 1 December 2008. Retrieved 4 December 2008.  ^ a b c "The 1990s Ballon d'Or
Ballon d'Or
winners". BBC Sport. British Broadcasting Corporation. 1 December 2008. Retrieved 4 December 2008.  ^ "Kaka wins 2007 award". BBC Sport. British Broadcasting Corporation. 1 December 2008. Retrieved 4 December 2008.  ^ "Ronaldo joins legendary list". BBC Sport. British Broadcasting Corporation. 1 December 2008. Retrieved 4 December 2008.  ^ "Rankings by Wins". Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation. 9 October 2008. Retrieved 4 December 2008.  ^ "The FIFA
FIFA
Ballon d'Or
Ballon d'Or
is born". FIFA.com. Fédération Internationale de Football Association. 5 July 2010. Retrieved 4 December 2012.  ^ "How the award came about". UEFA.com. Union of European Football Associations. 9 August 2011. Retrieved 6 November 2011.  ^ "Kaka: Former Brazil, AC Milan and Real Madrid midfielder announces retirement". BBC. 17 December 2017. Retrieved 23 March 2018.  ^ a b "La liste complête des lauréats du Ballon d'or, de 1956 à nos jours". France
France
Football. Retrieved 14 January 2016.  ^ a b " FIFA
FIFA
Awards – World Player of the Year". Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation. 12 February 2015. Retrieved 14 January 2016.  ^ "On this day, Di Stéfano won the Super Ballon d'Or". RealMadrid.com. 24 December 2015. Retrieved 13 January 2016.  ^ Stokkermans, Karel (23 December 2015). " France
France
Football's Football Player of the Century". Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation. Archived from the original on 30 January 2010. Retrieved 13 January 2016.  ^ Marchand, Thierry (December 2015). "On a refait le palmarès". France
France
Football. Retrieved 13 January 2016.  ^ "Maradona receives honorary award". BBC Sport. 1 December 2008. Retrieved 13 January 2016.  ^ "Pele receives FIFA
FIFA
Ballon d'Or
Ballon d'Or
Prix d'Honneur". FIFA.com. 13 January 2014. Retrieved 14 January 2016. 

External links

"European Footballer of the Year ("Ballon d'Or")". Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation. 9 October 2008. Retrieved 5 December 2008.  "La liste complête des lauréats du Ballon d'or, de 1956 à nos jours". France
France
Football. Retrieved 24 March 2015. 

v t e

Ballon d'Or

France Football
France Football
magazine award

Ballon d'Or
Ballon d'Or
(1956–2009)

1956: Matthews 1957: Di Stéfano 1958: Kopa 1959: Di Stéfano 1960: Suárez 1961: Sívori 1962: Masopust 1963: Yashin 1964: Law 1965: Eusébio 1966: Charlton 1967: Albert 1968: Best 1969: Rivera 1970: Müller 1971: Cruyff 1972: Beckenbauer 1973: Cruyff 1974: Cruyff 1975: Blokhin 1976: Beckenbauer 1977: Simonsen 1978: Keegan 1979: Keegan 1980: Rummenigge 1981: Rummenigge 1982: Rossi 1983: Platini 1984: Platini 1985: Platini 1986: Belanov 1987: Gullit 1988: Van Basten 1989: Van Basten 1990: Matthäus 1991: Papin 1992: Van Basten 1993: Baggio 1994: Stoichkov 1995: Weah 1996: Sammer 1997: Ronaldo 1998: Zidane 1999: Rivaldo 2000: Figo 2001: Owen 2002: Ronaldo 2003: Nedvěd 2004: Shevchenko 2005: Ronaldinho 2006: Cannavaro 2007: Kaká 2008: C. Ronaldo 2009: Messi

FIFA
FIFA
Ballon d'Or
Ballon d'Or
(2010–2015)

2010: Messi 2011: Messi 2012: Messi 2013: C. Ronaldo 2014: C. Ronaldo 2015: Messi

Ballon d'Or
Ballon d'Or
(2016–present)

2016: C. Ronaldo 2017: C. Ronaldo

FIFA
FIFA
World Player of the Year (1991–2009) FIFA
FIFA
Ballon d'Or
Ballon d'Or
(2010–2015) The Best FIFA
FIFA
Men's Playe

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