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European Soccer Player of The Year Winners List - 'le Ballon d'Or'

The Golden Ball Winner - From 1956 to Date



European Soccer's Top Award
le Ballon d'Or - The Golden Ball

Player of The Year

YEAR: PLAYER: CLUB: NATION
1956: Stanley Matthews: Blackpool: England
1957: Di Stefano: Real Madrid: Argentine
1958: Raymond Kopa: Real Madrid: France
1959: Di Stefano: Real Madrid: Argentine
1960: Luis Suarez: Barcelona: Spain
1961: Omar Sivora: Juventus: Argentine
1962: Josef Masopust: Dukla Prague: Tchec
1963: Lev Yachine: Dynamo Moscow: URSS
1964: Denis Law: Manchester United: Scotland
1965: Eusebio Benfica: Lisbonne: Portugal
1966: Bobby Charlton: Manchester United: England
1967: Florian Albert: Ferencvaros: Hungary
1968: George Best: Manchester United: Northern Ireland
1969: Gianni Rivera: AC Milan: Italy
1970: Gerd Muller: Bayern Munich: Germany
1971: Johan Cruyff: Ajax Amsterdam: Holland
1972: Franz Beckenbauer: Bayern Munich: Germany
1973: Johan Cruyff: Barcelona: Holland
1974: Johan Cruyff: Barcelona: Holland
1975: Oleg Blokhine: Dynamo Kiev: URSS
1976: Franz Beckenbauer: Bayern Munich: Germany
1977: Allan Simonsen: Borussia Munchengladbach: Denmark
1978: Kevin Keegan: Hamburg: England
1979: Kevin Keegan: Hamburg: England
1980: K-H Rumenigge: Bayern Munich: Germany
1981: K-H Rumenigge: Bayern Munich: Germany
1982: Paolo Rossi: Juventus: Italy
1983: Michael Platini: Juventus: France
1984: Michael Platini: Juventus: France
1985: Michael Platini: Juventus: France
1986: Igor Belanov: Dynamo Kiev: URSS
1987: Rue Gullit: AC Milan: Holland
1988: Marco Van Basten: AC Milan: Holland
1989: Marco Van Basten: AC Milan: Holland
1990: Lothar Matthaus: Inter Milan: Germany
1991: Jean-Pierre Papin: Olympic Marseille: France
1992: Marco Van Basten: AC Milan: Holland
1993: Roberto Baggio: Juventus: Italy
1994: Hristo Stoitchkov: Barcelona: Bulgaria
1995: George Weah: AC Milan: Liberia
1996: Matthias Sammer: Borussia Dortmund: Germany
1997: Ronaldo: Inter Milan: Brazil
1998: Zinedine Zidane: Juventus: France
1999: Rivaldo: Barcelona: Brazil
2000: Luis Figo: Real Madrid: Portugal
2001: Michael Owen: Liverpool FC: England
2002: Ronaldo: Real Madrid: Brazil
2003: Pavel Nedved: Juventus: Czech
2004: Andriy Shevchenko: AC Milan: Ukraine

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