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Ballon d'Or Winner's List

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Here are details about the Ballon d'Or award, which was first awarded in 1956. Most visitors to this page are looking for the results of the FIFA player of the year. The Ballon d'Or award is now seperate award, it was only from 2009 until 2015 the two awards were merged create the FIFa Ballon d'Or. In 2018, the first women's Ballon d'Or award was presented (Called the Ballon d'Or Feminin).

Up until 1995, the awarded was often referred to as the European Footballer of the year award as it was only open to European player at European clubs. The eligibility rules were changed in 1995 to allow non-Europeans players to e eligible for the award if they played for European club. Then in 2007, any player in the world became eligible.

After 2009, the award was merged with the FIFA player of the year award. In 2016, France Football announced that their partnership with FIFA had come to an end and that they would revive the Ballon d'Or award, the 2016 edition became the 61st award. Due to the disruption to world sport in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic, then was no award in 2020.

Lionel Messi has won Ballon d'Or award six times, Cristiano Ronaldo has won the award five times.

Year - Player - Nationality - Club

2020 - not awarded

2019 - Lionel Messi - Argentina - Barcelona

2018 - Luka Modric - Croatia - Real Madrid

2017 - Cristiano Ronaldo - Portugal - Real Madrid

2016 - Cristiano Ronaldo - Portugal - Real Madrid

2015 - Lionel Messi - Argentina - Barcelona

2014 - Cristiano Ronaldo - Portugal - Real Madrid

2013 - Cristiano Ronaldo - Portugal - Real Madrid

2012 - Lionel Messi - Argentina - Barcelona

2011 - Lionel Messi - Argentina - Barcelona

2010 - Lionel Messi - Argentina - Barcelona

2009 Lionel Messi - Argentina - Barcelona

2008 - Cristiano Ronaldo - Portugal - Manchester United

2007 - Kaká - Brazil - Milan

2006 - Fabio Cannavaro - Italy - Real Madrid

2005 - Ronaldinho - Brazil - Barcelona

2004 - Andriy Shevchenko - Ukrain - Milan

2003 - Pavel Nedvěd - Czech Republic - Juventus

2002 - Ronaldo - Brazil - Real Madrid

2001 - Michael Owen - England - Liverpool

2000 - Luís Figo - Portugal - Real Madrid

1999 - Rivaldo - Brazil - Barcelona

1998 - Zinedine Zidane - France - Juventus

1997 - Ronaldo - Brazil - Internazionale

1996 - Matthias Sammer - Germany - Borussia Dortmund

1995 - George Weah - Liberia - Milan

1994 - Hristo Stoichkov - Bulgaria - Barcelona

1993 - Roberto Baggio - Italy - Juventus

1992 - Marco van Basten - Netherlands - Milan

1991- Jean-Pierre Papin - France - Marseille

1990 - Lothar Matthäus - Germany - Internazionale

1989 - Marco Van Basten - Netherlands - Milan

1988 - Marco Van Basten - Netherlands - Milan

1987 - Ruud Gullit - Netherlands - Milan

1986 - Igor Belanov - Soviet Union - Dynamo Kyiv

1985 - Michel Platini - France - Juventus

1984 - Michel Platini - France - Juventus

1983 - Michel Platini - France - Juventus

1982 - Paolo Rossi - Italy - Juventus

1981 - Karl-Heinz Rummenigge - West Germany - Bayern Munich

1980 - Karl-Heinz Rummenigge - West Germany - Bayern Munich

1979 - Kevin Keegan - England - Hamburg

1978 - Kevin Keegan - England - Hamburg

1977 - Allan Simonsen - Denmark - Borussia M”nchengladbach

1976 - Franz Beckenbauer - West Germany - Bayern Munich

1975 - Oleg Blokhin - Soviet Union - Dynamo Kyiv

1974 - Johan Cruyff - Netherlands - Barcelona

1973 - Johan Cruyff - Netherlands - Barcelona

1972 - Franz Beckenbauer - West Germany - Bayern Munich

1971 - Johan Cruyff - Netherlands - Ajax

1970 - Gerd Müller - West Germany - Bayern Munich

1969 - Gianni - Rivera - Italy - Milan

1968 - George Best - Northern Ireland - Manchester United

1967 - Flórián Albert - Hungary - Ferencv rosi TC

1966 - Bobby Charlton - England - Manchester United

1965 - Eusebio - Portugal - Benfica

1964 - Denis Law Scotland - Manchester United

1963 - Lev Yashin - Soviet Union - Dynamo Moscow

1962 - Josef Masopust Czecho - slovakia - Dukla Prague

1961 - Omar SívoriI - taly - Juventus

1960 - Luis Suárez - Spain - Barcelona

1959 - Alfredo Di Stéfano - Spain - Real Madrid

1958 - Raymond Kopa - France - Real Madrid

1957- Alfredo Di Stéfano - Spain - Real Madrid

1956 - Stanley Matthews - England - Blackpool

List of Women's Ballon d'Or (Ballon d'Or Féminin) award winners

Year - Player - Nationality - club

2019 - Megan Rapinoe - USA - Reign FC

2018 - Ada Hegerberg - Norway - Olympique Lyonnais

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