martes, 23 de agosto de 2011

BALÓN DE ORO - HISTORIA - REVISTA FRANCE FOOTBALL


European Footballer of the Year ("Ballon d'Or")


Since 1956 the bi-weekly (formerly weekly) French magazine France Football awards the "Ballon d'Or" for the best European Footballer of the calendar year. Only players from European clubs are eligible. Until 1994 any player from an European National Team was eligible; since 1995 any player from a European club (regardless of his nationality) is eligible but he must also be part of a preliminary list of 50 players established by France Football.
Voters are journalists - one from each member country of UEFA. Each voter chooses 5 players and points are awarded as follows: 5 points for a first place in a voters' list, 4 points for second, 3 points for third, 2 points for fourth, and 1 point for fifth.
In 2010 the election was not held but combined with the FIFA World Player of the Year. As that is (theoretically) not restricted to players active at European clubs, that is considered the end of the European Footballer of the Year.
The 20th century winners chose France Football's Player of the Century in 1999.


RAYMOND KOPA 


1956 Stanley MATTHEWS (Eng)                        Blackpool (Eng)
1957 Alfredo DI STÉFANO (Spa [*])                  Real Madrid (Spa)
1958 Raymond KOPA (Fra)                            Real Madrid (Spa)
1959 Alfredo DI STÉFANO (Spa [*])                  Real Madrid (Spa)
1960 Luis SUÁREZ (Spa)                             Barcelona (Spa)
1961 Omar SIVORI (Ita [*])                         Juventus (Ita)
1962 Josef MASOPUST (Cze)                          Dukla Praha (Cze)
1963 Lev YASHIN (SU)                               Dynamo Moskva (SU)
1964 Denis LAW (Sco)                               Manchester United (Eng) 
1965 EUSÉBIO (Por)                                 Benfica (Por)
1966 Bobby CHARLTON (Eng)                          Manchester United (Eng) 
1967 Flórián ALBERT (Hun)                          Ferencváros (Hun)
1968 George BEST (Nil)                             Manchester United (Eng) 
1969 Gianni RIVERA (Ita)                           Milan (Ita) 
1970 Gerd MÜLLER (Ger)                             Bayern München (Ger)
1971 Johan CRUIJFF (Net)                           Ajax (Net) 
1972 Franz BECKENBAUER (Ger)                       Bayern München (Ger)
1973 Johan CRUIJFF (Net)                           Barcelona (Spa)
1974 Johan CRUIJFF (Net)                           Barcelona (Spa)
1975 Oleg BLOKHIN (SU)                             Dynamo Kiev (SU)
1976 Franz BECKENBAUER (Ger)                       Bayern München (Ger)
1977 Alan SIMONSEN (Den)                           Borussia Mönchengladbach (Ger)
1978 Kevin KEEGAN (Eng)                            Hamburger SV (Ger) 
1979 Kevin KEEGAN (Eng)                            Hamburger SV (Ger) 
1980 Karl-Heinz RUMMENIGGE (Ger)                   Bayern München (Ger)
1981 Karl-Heinz RUMMENIGGE (Ger)                   Bayern München (Ger)
1982 Paolo ROSSI (Ita)                             Juventus (Ita)
1983 Michel PLATINI (Fra)                          Juventus (Ita)
1984 Michel PLATINI (Fra)                          Juventus (Ita)
1985 Michel PLATINI (Fra)                          Juventus (Ita)
1986 Igor BELANOV (SU)                             Dynamo Kiev (SU)
1987 Ruud GULLIT (Net)                             Milan (Ita)
1988 Marco VAN BASTEN (Net)                        Milan (Ita)
1989 Marco VAN BASTEN (Net)                        Milan (Ita)
1990 Lothar MATTHÄUS (Ger)                         Internazionale (Ita)
1991 Jean-Pierre PAPIN (Fra)                       Olympique Marseille (Fra)
1992 Marco VAN BASTEN (Net)                        Milan (Ita)
1993 Roberto BAGGIO (Ita)                          Juventus (Ita)
1994 Hristo STOITCHKOV (Bul)                       Barcelona (Spa)
1995 George WEAH (Lib)                             Milan (Ita)
1996 Matthias SAMMER (Ger)                         Borussia Dortmund (Ger)
1997 RONALDO (Bra)                                 Internazionale (Ita)
1998 Zinedine ZIDANE (Fra)                         Juventus (Ita)
1999 RIVALDO (Bra)                                 Barcelona (Spa)
2000 Luis FIGO (Por)                               Real Madrid (Spa)
2001 Michael OWEN (Eng)                            Liverpool (Eng)
2002 RONALDO (Bra)                                 Real Madrid (Spa)
2003 Pavel NEDVED (Cze)                            Juventus (Ita)
2004 Andriy SHEVCHENKO (Ukr)                       Milan (Ita)
2005 RONALDINHO (Bra)                              Barcelona (Spa)
2006 Fabio CANNAVARO (Ita)                         Real Madrid (Spa)
2007 KAKÁ (Bra)                                    Milan (Ita)
2008 Cristiano RONALDO (Por)                       Manchester United (Eng)
2009 Lionel MESSI (Arg)                            Barcelona (Spa)
2010   election incorporated into FIFA World Player of the Year
 
[*] Di Stéfano and Sivori were born in Argentina and first played
    for that country.

Rankings by Wins

 
Wins by Club:
 
Juventus           8  (Platini 3, Sivori, Rossi, Baggio, Zidane, Nedved)
Milan              8  (Van Basten 3, Rivera, Gullit, Weah, Shevchenko, Kaká)
 
Barcelona          7  (Cruijff 2, Suárez, Stoitchkov, Rivaldo, Ronaldinho, Messi)
 
Real Madrid        6  (Di Stéfano 2, Kopa, Figo, Ronaldo, Cannavaro)
 
Bayern München     5  (Beckenbauer 2, Rummenigge 2, Müller)
 
Manchester United  4  (Law, Charlton, Best, Cristiano Ronaldo)
 
Dynamo Kiev        2  (Blokhin, Belanov)
Hamburger SV       2  (Keegan)
Internazionale     2  (Matthäus, Ronaldo)
 
Ajax               1  (Cruijff)
Benfica            1  (Eusébio)
Blackpool          1  (Matthews)
Borussia Dortmund  1  (Sammer)
Borussia MG        1  (Simonsen)
Dukla Praha        1  (Masopust)
Dynamo Moskva      1  (Yashin)
Ferencváros        1  (Albert)
Liverpool          1  (Owen)
Olymp. Marseille   1  (Papin)
 
KARL HEINZ RUMMENIGGE


Wins by Country:
 
Germany            7  (Beckenbauer 2, Rummenigge 2, Müller, Matthäus, Sammer)
Netherlands        7  (Cruijff 3, Van Basten 3, Gullit)
 
France             6  (Platini 3, Kopa, Papin, Zidane)
 
Brazil             5  (Ronaldo 2, Rivaldo, Ronaldinho, Kaká)
England            5  (Keegan 2, Matthews, Charlton, Owen)
Italy              5  (Sivori, Rivera, Rossi, Baggio, Cannavaro)
 
Portugal           3  (Eusébio, Figo, Cristiano Ronaldo)
Soviet Union       3  (Belanov, Blokhin, Yashin)
Spain              3  (Di Stéfano 2, Suárez)
 
Argentina          1  (Messi)
Bulgaria           1  (Stoitchkov)
Czech Republic     1  (Nedved)
Czechoslovakia     1  (Masopust)
Denmark            1  (Simonsen)
Hungary            1  (Albert)
Liberia            1  (Weah)
Northern Ireland   1  (Best)
Scotland           1  (Law)
Ukraine            1  (Shevchenko)
 
Wins by League:
 
Italy             18
 
Spain             13
 
Germany            9 
 
England            6
 
Soviet Union       3   
 
Czechoslovakia     1   
France             1 
Hungary            1    
Netherlands        1   
Portugal           1 
 
Wins by Player:
 
Van Basten         3
Cruijff            3
Platini            3
 
Beckenbauer        2 
Keegan             2   
Ronaldo            2
K.H. Rummenigge    2  
Di Stéfano         2 
 
Albert             1
R. Baggio          1
Belanov            1
Best               1
Blokhin            1
Cannavaro          1
B. Charlton        1 
Cristiano Ronaldo  1
Eusébio            1 
Figo               1
Gullit             1
Kaká               1
Kopa               1   
Law                1
Masopust           1
Matthäus           1
Matthews           1
Messi              1
G. Müller          1    
Nedved             1
Owen               1
Papin              1
Rivaldo            1
Rivera             1
Ronaldinho         1
Rossi              1
Sammer             1
Shevchenko         1
Simonsen           1
Sivori             1
Stoitchkov         1
Suárez             1
Weah               1
Yashin             1
Zidane             1 

Yearwise Top-5

LUIS SUAREZ 
 
1956 
 
 1. Stanley MATTHEWS        (Blackpool)                (England)          47
 2. Alfredo di Stéfano      (Real Madrid)              (Spain)            44
 3. Raymond Kopa            (Stade Reims)              (France)           33
 4. Ferenc Puskás           (Honvéd)                   (Hungary)          32
 5. Lev Yashin              (Dynamo Moskva)            (Soviet Union)     19
 
1957
 
 1. Alfredo DI STÉFANO      (Real Madrid)              (Spain)            72
 2. Billy Wright            (Wolverhampton Wanderers)  (England)          19
 3. Raymond Kopa            (Real Madrid)              (France)           16
 4. Duncan Edwards          (Manchester United)        (England)          16
 5. Lászlo Kubala           (Barcelona)                (Spain)            15
 
1958
 
 1. Raymond KOPA            (Real Madrid)              (France)           71
 2. Helmut Rahn             (Rot-Weiß Essen)           (West Germany)     40
 3. Just Fontaine           (Stade Reims)              (France)           23
 4. Kurt Hamrin             (Fiorentina)               (Sweden)           15
    John Charles            (Juventus)                 (Wales)            15
 
1959
 
 1. Alfredo DI STÉFANO      (Real Madrid)              (Spain)            80
 2. Raymond Kopa            (Real Madrid)              (France)           42
 3. John Charles            (Juventus)                 (Wales)            24
 4. Luis Suárez             (Barcelona)                (Spain)            22
 5. Agne Simonsson          (Örgryte)                  (Sweden)           20
 
1960
 
 1. Luis SUÁREZ             (Barcelona)                (Spain)            54
 2. Ferenc Puskás           (Real Madrid)              (Hungary)          37
 3. Uwe Seeler              (Hamburger SV)             (West Germany)     33
 4. Alfredo di Stéfano      (Real Madrid)              (Spain)            32
 5. Lev Yashin              (Dynamo Moskva)            (Soviet Union)     28
 
1961
 
 1. Omar SIVORI             (Juventus)                 (Italy)            46
 2. Luis Suárez             (Internazionale)           (Spain)            40
 3. Johnny Haynes           (Fulham)                   (England)          22
 4. Lev Yashin              (Dynamo Moskva)            (Soviet Union)     21
 5. Ferenc Puskás           (Real Madrid)              (Spain)            16
 
1962
 
 1. Josef MASOPUST          (Dukla Praha)              (Czechoslovakia)   65
 2. Eusébio                 (Benfica)                  (Portugal)         53
 3. Karl-Heinz Schnellinger (1.FC Köln)                (West Germany)     33
 4. Dragoslav Sekularac     (Crvena zvezda Beograd)    (Yugoslavia)       26
 5. Joseph Jurion           (Anderlecht)               (Belgium)          15
 
1963
 
 1. Lev YASHIN              (Dynamo Moskva)            (Soviet Union)     73
 2. Gianni Rivera           (Milan)                    (Italy)            55
 3. Jimmy Greaves           (Tottenham Hotspur)        (England)          50
 4. Denis Law               (Manchester United)        (Scotland)         45
 5. Eusébio                 (Benfica)                  (Portugal)         19
 
1964
 
 1. Denis LAW               (Manchester United)        (Scotland)         61
 2. Luis Suárez             (Internazionale)           (Spain)            43
 3. Amancio                 (Real Madrid)              (Spain)            38
 4. Eusébio                 (Benfica)                  (Portugal)         31
 5. Paul Van Himst          (Anderlecht)               (Belgium)          28
 
1965
 
 1. EUSÉBIO                 (Benfica)                  (Portugal)         67
 2. Giacinto Facchetti      (Internazionale)           (Italy)            59
 3. Luis Suárez             (Internazionale)           (Spain)            45
 4. Paul Van Himst          (Anderlecht)               (Belgium)          25
 5. Bobby Charlton          (Manchester United)        (England)          19
 
1966
 
 1. Bobby CHARLTON          (Manchester United)        (England)          81
 2. Eusébio                 (Benfica)                  (Portugal)         80
 3. Franz Beckenbauer       (Bayern München)           (West Germany)     59
 4. Bobby Moore             (West Ham United)          (England)          31
 5. Flórián Albert          (Ferencváros)              (Hungary)          23
 
1967
 
 1. Flórián ALBERT          (Ferencváros)              (Hungary)          68
 2. Bobby Charlton          (Manchester United)        (England)          40
 3. Jimmy Johnstone         (Celtic)                   (Scotland)         39
 4. Franz Beckenbauer       (Bayern München)           (West Germany)     37
 5. Eusébio                 (Benfica)                  (Portugal)         26
 
1968
 
 1. George BEST             (Manchester United)        (Northern Ireland) 61
 2. Bobby Charlton          (Manchester United)        (England)          53
 3. Dragan Dzajic           (Crvena zvezda Beograd)    (Yugoslavia)       46
 4. Franz Beckenbauer       (Bayern München)           (West Germany)     36
 5. Giacinto Facchetti      (Internazionale)           (Italy)            30
 
1969
 
 1. Gianni RIVERA           (Milan)                    (Italy)            83
 2. Luigi Riva              (Cagliari)                 (Italy)            79
 3. Gerd Müller             (Bayern München)           (West Germany)     38
 4. Johan Cruijff           (Ajax)                     (Netherlands)      30
    Ove Kindvall            (Feijenoord)               (Sweden)           30
 
1970
 
 1. Gerd MÜLLER             (Bayern München)           (West Germany)     77
 2. Bobby Moore             (West Ham United)          (England)          70
 3. Luigi Riva              (Cagliari)                 (Italy)            65
 4. Franz Beckenbauer       (Bayern München)           (West Germany)     32
 5. Wolfgang Overath        (1.FC Köln)                (West Germany)     29
 
1971
 
 1. Johan CRUIJFF           (Ajax)                     (Netherlands)     116
 2. Sandro Mazzola          (Internazionale)           (Italy)            57
 3. George Best             (Manchester United)        (Northern Ireland) 56
 4. Günter Netzer           (Borussia Mönchengladbach) (West Germany)     30
 5. Franz Beckenbauer       (Bayern München)           (West Germany)     27
 
1972
 
 1. Franz BECKENBAUER       (Bayern München)           (West Germany)     81
 2. Gerd Müller             (Bayern München)           (West Germany)     79
 3. Günter Netzer           (Borussia Mönchengladbach) (West Germany)     79
 4. Johan Cruijff           (Ajax)                     (Netherlands)      73
 5. Piet Keizer             (Ajax)                     (Netherlands)      13
 
1973
 
 1. Johan CRUIJFF           (Barcelona)                (Netherlands)      96
 2. Dino Zoff               (Juventus)                 (Italy)            47
 3. Gerd Müller             (Bayern München)           (West Germany)     44
 4. Franz Beckenbauer       (Bayern München)           (West Germany)     30
 5. Billy Bremner           (Leeds United)             (Scotland)         22
 
1974
 
 1. Johan CRUIJFF           (Barcelona)                (Netherlands)     116
 2. Franz Beckenbauer       (Bayern München)           (West Germany)    105
 3. Kazimierz Deyna         (Legia Warszawa)           (Poland)           35
 4. Paul Breitner           (Real Madrid)              (West Germany)     32
 5. Johan Neeskens          (Barcelona)                (Netherlands)      21
 
1975
 
 1. Oleg BLOKHIN            (Dynamo Kiev)              (Soviet Union)    122
 2. Franz Beckenbauer       (Bayern München)           (West Germany)     42
 3. Johan Cruijff           (Barcelona)                (Netherlands)      27
 4. Berti Vogts             (Borussia Mönchengladbach) (West Germany)     25
 5. Sepp Maier              (Bayern München)           (West Germany)     20
 
1976
 
 1. Franz BECKENBAUER       (Bayern München)           (West Germany)     91
 2. Robby Rensenbrink       (Anderlecht)               (Netherlands)      75
 3. Ivo Viktor              (Dukla Praha)              (Czechoslovakia)   52
 4. Kevin Keegan            (Liverpool)                (England)          32
 5. Michel Platini          (Nancy)                    (France)           19
 
1977
 
 1. Alan SIMONSEN           (Borussia Mönchengladbach) (Denmark)          74
 2. Kevin Keegan            (Hamburger SV)             (England)          71
 3. Michel Platini          (Nancy)                    (France)           70
 4. Roberto Bettega         (Juventus)                 (Italy)            39
 5. Johan Cruijff           (Barcelona)                (Netherlands)      23
 
1978
 
 1. Kevin KEEGAN            (Hamburger SV)             (England)          87
 2. Hans Krankl             (Barcelona)                (Austria)          81
 3. Rob Rensenbrink         (Anderlecht)               (Netherlands)      50
 4. Roberto Bettega         (Juventus)                 (Italy)            28 
 5. Paolo Rossi             (Lanerossi Vicenza)        (Italy)            23
 
1979
 
 1. Kevin KEEGAN            (Hamburger SV)             (England)         118
 2. Karl-Heinz Rummenigge   (Bayern München)           (West Germany)     52
 3. Ruud Krol               (Ajax)                     (Netherlands)      41
 4. Manfred Kaltz           (Hamburger SV)             (West Germany)     27
 5. Michel Platini          (Saint-Etienne)            (France)           23
 
1980
 
 1. Karl-Heinz RUMMENIGGE   (Bayern München)           (West Germany)    122
 2. Bernd Schuster          (Barcelona)                (West Germany)     34
 3. Michel Platini          (Saint-Etienne)            (France)           33
 4. Wilfried Van Moer       (Beveren)                  (Belgium)          27
 5. Jan Ceulemans           (Club Brugge)              (Belgium)          20
 
1981
 
 1. Karl-Heinz RUMMENIGGE   (Bayern München)           (West Germany)    106
 2. Paul Breitner           (Bayern München)           (West Germany)     64    
 3. Bernd Schuster          (Barcelona)                (West Germany)     39
 4. Michel Platini          (Saint-Etienne)            (France)           36
 5. Oleg Blokhin            (Dynamo Kiev)              (Soviet Union)     14
 
1982
 
 1. Paolo ROSSI             (Juventus)                 (Italy)           115
 2. Alain Giresse           (Girondins Bordeaux)       (France)           64
 3. Zbigniew Boniek         (Juventus)                 (Poland)           53
 4. Karl-Heinz Rummenigge   (Bayern München)           (West Germany)     51
 5. Bruno Conti             (Roma)                     (Italy)            48
 
1983
 
 1. Michel PLATINI          (Juventus)                 (France)          110
 2. Kenny Dalglish          (Liverpool)                (Scotland)         26   
 3. Allan Simonsen          (Vejle BK)                 (Denmark)          25
 4. Gordon Strachan         (Aberdeen)                 (Scotland)         24
 5. Felix Magath            (Hamburger SV)             (West Germany)     20
 
1984
 
 1. Michel PLATINI          (Juventus)                 (France)          128
 2. Jean Tigana             (Girondins Bordeaux)       (France)           57
 3. Preben Elkjær-Larsen    (Hellas Verona)            (Denmark)          48
 4. Ian Rush                (Liverpool)                (Wales)            44
 5. Chalana                 (Girondins Bordeaux)       (Portugal)         18
 
1985
 
 1. Michel PLATINI          (Juventus)                 (France)          127
 2. Preben Elkjær-Larsen    (Hellas Verona)            (Denmark)          71
 3. Bernd Schuster          (Barcelona)                (West Germany)     46
 4. Michael Laudrup         (Juventus)                 (Denmark)          14
 5. Karl-Heinz Rummenigge   (Bayern München)           (West Germany)     13
 
1986
 
 1. Igor BELANOV            (Dynamo Kiev)              (Soviet Union)     84
 2. Gary Lineker            (Barcelona)                (England)          62
 3. Emilio Butragueño       (Real Madrid)              (Spain)            59
 4. Manuel Amoros           (Monaco)                   (France)           22
    Preben Elkjær-Larsen    (Hellas Verona)            (Denmark)          22
 
1987
 
 1. Ruud GULLIT             (Milan)                    (Netherlands)     106
 2. Paulo Futre             (Atlético Madrid)          (Portugal)         91
 3. Emilio Butragueño       (Real Madrid)              (Spain)            61
 4. Gonzales Michel         (Real Madrid)              (Spain)            29
 5. Gary Lineker            (Barcelona)                (England)          13
 
1988
 
 1. Marco VAN BASTEN        (Milan)                    (Netherlands)     129
 2. Ruud Gullit             (Milan)                    (Netherlands)      88
 3. Frank Rijkaard          (Milan)                    (Netherlands)      45
 4. Alexei Mikhailichenko   (Dynamo Kiev)              (Soviet Union)     41
 5. Ronald Koeman           (PSV)                      (Netherlands)      39
 
1989
 
 1. Marco VAN BASTEN        (Milan)                    (Netherlands)     119
 2. Franco Baresi           (Milan)                    (Italy)            80
 3. Frank Rijkaard          (Milan)                    (Netherlands)      43
 4. Lothar Matthäus         (Internazionale)           (West Germany)     24
 5. Peter Shilton           (Derby County)             (England)          22
 
1990
 
 1. Lothar MATTHÄUS         (Internazionale)           (West Germany)    137
 2. Salvatore Schillaci     (Juventus)                 (Italy)            84
 3. Andreas Brehme          (Internazionale)           (West Germany)     68
 4. Paul Gascoigne          (Tottenham Hotspur)        (England)          43
 5. Franco Baresi           (Milan)                    (Italy)            37
 
1991
 
 1. Jean-Pierre PAPIN       (Olympique Marseille)      (France)          141
 2. Lothar Matthäus         (Internazionale)           (Germany)          42
    Darko Pancev            (Crvena zvezda Beograd)    (Yugoslavia)       42
    Dejan Savicevic         (Crvena zvezda Beograd)    (Yugoslavia)       42
 5. Robert Prosinecki       (Real Madrid)              (Yugoslavia)       34
 
1992
 
 1. Marco VAN BASTEN        (Milan)                    (Netherlands)      98
 2. Hristo Stoitchkov       (Barcelona)                (Bulgaria)         80
 3. Dennis Bergkamp         (Ajax)                     (Netherlands)      53
 4. Thomas Hässler          (Roma)                     (Germany)          42
 5. Peter Schmeichel        (Manchester United)        (Denmark)          41
 
1993
 
 1. Roberto BAGGIO          (Juventus)                 (Italy)           142
 2. Dennis Bergkamp         (Internazionale)           (Netherlands)      83
 3. Eric Cantona            (Manchester United)        (France)           34
 4. Alen Boksic             (Lazio)                    (Croatia)          29
 5. Michael Laudrup         (Barcelona)                (Denmark)          27
 
1994
 
 1. Hristo STOITCHKOV       (Barcelona)                (Bulgaria)        210
 2. Roberto Baggio          (Juventus)                 (Italy)           136
 3. Paolo Maldini           (Milan)                    (Italy)           109
 4. Tomas Brolin            (Parma)                    (Sweden)           68
    Gheorghe Hagi           (Barcelona)                (Romania)          68
 
1995
 
 1. George WEAH             (Milan)                    (Liberia)         144
 2. Jürgen Klinsmann        (Bayern München)           (Germany)         108
 3. Jari Litmanen           (Ajax)                     (Finland)          67
 4. Alessandro Del Piero    (Juventus)                 (Italy)            57
 5. Patrick Kluivert        (Ajax)                     (Netherlands)      47
 
1996
 
 1. Matthias SAMMER         (Borussia Dortmund)        (Germany)         144
 2. Ronaldo                 (Barcelona)                (Brazil)          143
 3. Alan Shearer            (Newcastle United)         (England)         107
 4. Alessandro Del Piero    (Juventus)                 (Italy)            69
 5. Jürgen Klinsmann        (Bayern München)           (Germany)          60
 
1997
 
 1. RONALDO                 (Internazionale)           (Brazil)          222
 2. Predrag Mijatovic       (Real Madrid)              (Yugoslavia)       68
 3. Zinedine Zidane         (Juventus)                 (France)           63
 4. Dennis Bergkamp         (Arsenal)                  (Netherlands)      57
 5. Roberto Carlos          (Real Madrid)              (Brazil)           47
 
1998
 
 1. Zinedine ZIDANE         (Juventus)                 (France)          244
 2. Davor Suker             (Real Madrid)              (Croatia)          68
 3. Ronaldo                 (Internazionale)           (Brazil)           66
 4. Michael Owen            (Liverpool)                (England)          51
 5. Rivaldo                 (Barcelona)                (Brazil)           45
 
1999
 
 1. RIVALDO                 (Barcelona)                (Brazil)          219
 2. David Beckham           (Manchester United)        (England)         154
 3. Andriy Shevchenko       (Milan)                    (Ukraine)          64
 4. Gabriel Batistuta       (Fiorentina)               (Argentina)        48
 5. Luis Figo               (Barcelona)                (Portugal)         38
 
2000
 
 1. Luis FIGO               (Real Madrid)              (Portugal)        197
 2. Zinedine Zidane         (Juventus)                 (France)          181
 3. Andriy Shevchenko       (Milan)                    (Ukraine)          85
 4. Thierry Henry           (Arsenal)                  (France)           57
 5. Alessandro Nesta        (Lazio)                    (Italy)            39
    Rivaldo                 (Barcelona)                (Brazil)           39
 
2001
 
 1. Michael OWEN            (Liverpool)                (England)         176
 2. Raúl                    (Real Madrid)              (Spain)           140
 3. Oliver Kahn             (Bayern München)           (Germany)         114
 4. David Beckham           (Manchester United)        (England)         102
 5. Francesco Totti         (Roma)                     (Italy)            57
 
2002
 
 1. RONALDO                 (Real Madrid)              (Brazil)          169
 2. Roberto Carlos          (Real Madrid)              (Brazil)          145
 3. Oliver Kahn             (Bayern München)           (Germany)         110
 4. Zinedine Zidane         (Real Madrid)              (France)           78
 5. Michael Ballack         (Bayern München)           (Germany)          71
 
2003
 
 1. Pavel NEDVED            (Juventus)                 (Czech Republic)  190
 2. Thierry Henry           (Arsenal)                  (France)          128
 3. Paolo Maldini           (Milan)                    (Italy)           123
 4. Andriy Shevchenko       (Milan)                    (Ukraine)          67
 5. Zinedine Zidane         (Real Madrid)              (France)           64
 
2004
 
 1. ANDRIY SHEVCHENKO       (Milan)                    (Ukraine)         175
 2. Deco                    (Barcelona)                (Portugal)        139
 3. Ronaldinho              (Barcelona)                (Brazil)          133
 4. Thierry Henry           (Arsenal)                  (France)           80
 5. Theodoros Zagorakis     (Bologna)                  (Greece)           44
 
2005
 
 1. RONALDINHO              (Barcelona)                (Brazil)          225
 2. Frank Lampard           (Chelsea)                  (England)         148
 3. Steven Gerrard          (Liverpool)                (England)         142
 4. Thierry Henry           (Arsenal)                  (France)           41
 5. Andriy Shevchenko       (Milan)                    (Ukraine)          33
 
2006
 
 1. Fabio CANNAVARO         (Real Madrid)              (Italy)           173
 2. Gianluigi Buffon        (Juventus)                 (Italy)           124 
 3. Thierry Henry           (Arsenal)                  (France)          121
 4. Ronaldinho              (Barcelona)                (Brazil)           73
 5. Zinedine Zidane         (none)                     (France)           71
 
2007
 
 1. KAKÁ                    (Milan)                    (Brazil)          444
 2. Cristiano Ronaldo       (Manchester United)        (Portugal)        277
 3. Lionel Andrès Messi     (Barcelona)                (Argentina)       255
 4. Didier Drogba           (Chelsea)                  (Ivory Coast)     108
 5. Andrea Pirlo            (Milan)                    (Italy)            41
 
2008
 
 1. Cristiano RONALDO       (Manchester United)        (Portugal)        446
 2. Lionel Andrès Messi     (Barcelona)                (Argentina)       281
 3. Fernando Torres         (Liverpool)                (Spain)           179
 4. Iker Casillas           (Real Madrid)              (Spain)           133
 5. Xavi Hernandez          (Barcelona)                (Spain)            97
 
2009
 
 1. Lionel Andrès MESSI     (Barcelona)                (Argentina)       473
 2. Cristiano Ronaldo       (Real Madrid)              (Portugal)        233
 3. Xavi Hernandez          (Barcelona)                (Spain)           170
 4. Andres Iniesta          (Barcelona)                (Spain)           149
 5. Samuel Eto'o            (Inter)                    (Cameroon)         75                 
 

Rankings by Medals

 
Medals by Club
                             G  S  B  tot
 1.Juventus                  8  5  3   16
 2.Milan                     8  3  6   17
 3.Barcelona                 7  7  6   20
 4.Real Madrid               6  8  4   18
 5.Bayern München            5  6  5   16
 6.Manchester United         4  4  2   10
 7.Internazionale            2  6  3   11
 8.Hamburger SV              2  1  1    4
 9.Dynamo Kiev               2          2
10.Benfica                   1  2       3
11.Liverpool                 1  1  2    4
12.Ajax                      1     3    4
13.Borussia Mönchengladbach  1     1    2
   Dukla Praha               1     1    2
15.Blackpool                 1          1
   Borussia Dortmund         1          1
   Dynamo Moskva             1          1
   Ferencváros               1          1
   Olympique Marseille       1          1
20.Crvena zvezda Beograd        2  1    3
21.Girondins Bordeaux           2       2
22.Anderlecht                   1  1    2
   Arsenal                      1  1    2
   Cagliari                     1  1    2
   Verona                       1  1    2
26.Atlético Madrid              1       1
   Chelsea                      1       1
   Rot-Weiss Essen              1       1
   West Ham United              1       1
   Wolverhampton Wanderers      1       1
31.Stade Reims                     2    2
32.Celtic                          1    1
   Fulham                          1    1
   1.FC Köln                       1    1
   Legia Warszawa                  1    1
   Nancy                           1    1
   Newcastle United                1    1
   Saint-Etienne                   1    1
   Tottenham Hotspur               1    1
   Vejle                           1    1
total                       54 56 53  163
 
NB: there were 3 silver and no bronze medals in 1991
 
Medals by Country
                             G  S  B  tot
 1.Germany                   7  9 11   27
 2.Netherlands               7  3  6   16
 3.France                    6  5  8   19
 4.Italy                     5  9  3   17
 5.England                   5  8  4   17
 6.Brazil                    5  2  2    9
 7.Portugal                  3  6       9
 8.Spain                     3  4  6   13
 9.Soviet Union              3          3
10.Denmark                   1  1  2    4
11.Argentina                 1  1  1    3
   Scotland                  1  1  1    3
13.Bulgaria                  1  1       2
   Hungary                   1  1       2
15.Ukraine                   1     2    3
16.Czechoslovakia            1     1    2
   Northern Ireland          1     1    2
18.Czech Republic            1          1
   Liberia                   1          1
20.Yugoslavia                   3  1    4
22.Austria                      1       1
   Croatia                      1       1
24.Poland                          2    2
2.Finland                         1    1
   Wales                           1    1
total                       54 56 53  163
 
NB: there were 3 silver and no bronze medals in 1991
 
Medals by League
                             G  S  B  tot
 1.Italy                    18 16 14   48
 2.Spain                    13 16 10   39
 3.Germany                   9  8  8   25
 4.England                   6  9  8   23
 5.Soviet Union              3          3
 6.France                    1  2  4    7
 7.Portugal                  1  2       3
 8.Netherlands               1     3    4
 9.Czechoslovakia            1     1    2
10.Hungary                   1          1
11.Yugoslavia                   2  1    3
12.Belgium                      1  1    2
13.Denmark                         1    1
   Poland                          1    1
   Scotland                        1    1
total                       54 56 53  163
 
NB: there were 3 silver and no bronze medals in 1991
 
MICHEL PLATINI

Medals by Player
                             G  S  B  tot
 1.Platini                   3     2    5
 2.Cruijff                   3     1    4
 3.Van Basten                3          3
 4.Beckenbauer               2  2  1    5
 5.Ronaldo                   2  1  1    4
 6.Di Stéfano                2  1       3
   Keegan                    2  1       3
   K.H. Rummenigge           2  1       3
 9.Suárez                    1  2  1    4
10.B. Charlton               1  2       3
   Eusébio                   1  2       3
   Cristiano Ronaldo         1  2       3
13.Kopa                      1  1  2    4
   G. Müller                 1  1  2    4
15.Messi                     1  1  1    3
   Zidane                    1  1  1    3
  

Some Records

 
Most wins by player:
 
 1. Marco van Basten      3
    Johan Cruijff         3
    Michel Platini        3
 4. Franz Beckenbauer     2
    Kevin Keegan          2
    Ronaldo               2
    Karl-Heinz Rummenigge 2
    Alfredo di Stéfano    2
 
Most consecutive wins by player:
 
 1. Michel Platini        3
 2. Marco van Basten      2
    Johan Cruijff         2
    Kevin Keegan          2
    Karl-Heinz Rummenigge 2
 
Most placings in top-3 by player:
 
 1. Franz Beckenbauer     5
    Michel Platini        5
 3. Johan Cruijff         4
    Raymond Kopa          4
    Gerd Müller           4
    Ronaldo               4*
    Luis Suárez           4
 8. Marco van Basten      3
    Bobby Charlton        3
    Eusébio               3
    Kevin Keegan          3
    Lionel Messi          3*
    Cristiano Ronaldo     3*
    Karl-Heinz Rummenigge 3
    Bernd Schuster        3
    Andriy Shevchenko     3*
    Alfredo di Stéfano    3
    Zinedine Zidane       3
 
 
Most consecutive placings in top-10 by player:
 
 1. Franz Beckenbauer    11
 2. Johan Cruijff         9
 3. Eusébio               7
    Thierry Henry         7*
    Karl-Heinz Rummenigge 7
 6. Gerd Müller           6
 7. Raymond Kopa          5
    Raúl                  5
 9. Bobby Charlton        4
    Kevin Keegan          4
KEVIN KEEGAN 
 

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