Ballon d’Or 2019 Nominees List – Date & Time

Ballon d'Or 2019 Nominees List - Date & Time

Ballon d’Or 2019 Nominees List

Ballon d’Or 2019 Nominees List? Which players have made the 30 man shortlist released by France Football? Let’s find out.

​France Football revealed the 30-man shortlist of Ballon d’Or nominees on 21 October, with the winner was announced on 2 December at the Theatre du Chatelet in Paris.

In the last decade we have seen the prestigious award being shared between Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi but last year had a different feel about it. In 2018, Luka Modric won Ballon d’Or which many did not expect.

Ballon d’Or 2019 Schedule – Date & Time

With France football announcing their 30 man short list for the Ballon d’OR, dates have also been set for the event.

  • Venue: Paris, France
  • Date: 2nd December, 2019
  • Time: 20:00 CET (19:00 UK time)

Odds Ballon d’Or expected winner 2019

  • Virgil van Dijk: 3/10
  • Lionel Messi: 9/4
  • Cristiano Ronaldo: 16/1
  • Alisson Becker: 50/1
  • Mohamed Salah: 66/1

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Ballon d’Or Award Winner 2019

Ballon d’Or Award Winner 2019 – Lionel Messi Wins 2019 Ballon d’Or Award

Barcelona prodigy Lionel Messi wins record sixth men's Ballon d'Or award

Who won 2019 Ballon d’Or? Lionel Messi won 2019 Ballon d’Or award. He won his record sixth men’s Ballon d’Or award, beating Liverpool defender Virgil van Dijk to take the honours. Third was Cristiano Ronaldo.

Ballon d’Or Award Winner 2018 – Luka Modric Wins 2018 Ballon d’Or Award

List of Ballon d'Or winners of all time - Past Winners List - 1956-2019!

Ballon d’Or Award Winner 2018? Luka Modric won 2018 Ballon d’Or award. He become the first player other than Lionel Messi or Cristiano Ronaldo to claim the award in more than a decade, after Kaka in 2007.

Modric’s victory has finished a 10-year run during which Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi traded possession of the award, thought-about one among world soccer’s prime particular person honors. Cristiano Ronaldo was second last year, Lionel Messi finished 5th behind Kylian Mbappe. Atlético Madrid ahead Antoine Griezmann was third, simply forward of his France teammate Kylian Mbappé.

Ballon d’Or 2019 30 Man Nominees List

The list of 30 Ballon d’Or 2019 candidates has been revealed. Here is the released 30 man shortlist for the Ballon d’Or and how they finished:

RankPlayerClub(s)Points
1Argentina Lionel MessiSpain Barcelona686
2Netherlands Virgil van DijkEngland Liverpool679
3Portugal Cristiano RonaldoItaly Juventus476
4Senegal Sadio ManéEngland Liverpool347
5Egypt Mohamed SalahEngland Liverpool178
6France Kylian MbappéFrance Paris Saint-Germain89
7Brazil AlissonEngland Liverpool67
8Poland Robert LewandowskiGermany Bayern Munich44
9Portugal Bernardo SilvaEngland Manchester City41
10Algeria Riyad MahrezEngland Manchester City33
11Netherlands Frenkie de JongNetherlands Ajax
Spain Barcelona
31
12England Raheem SterlingEngland Manchester City30
13Belgium Eden HazardEngland Chelsea
Spain Real Madrid
25
14Belgium Kevin De BruyneEngland Manchester City14
15Netherlands Matthijs de LigtNetherlands Ajax
Italy Juventus
13
16Argentina Sergio AgüeroEngland Manchester City12
17Brazil Roberto FirminoEngland Liverpool11
18France Antoine GriezmannSpain Atlético Madrid
Spain Barcelona
9
19England Trent Alexander-ArnoldEngland Liverpool8
20Gabon Pierre-Emerick AubameyangEngland Arsenal5
Serbia Dušan TadićNetherlands Ajax5
22South Korea Son Heung-minEngland Tottenham Hotspur4
23France Hugo LlorisEngland Tottenham Hotspur3
24Senegal Kalidou KoulibalyItaly Napoli2
25Germany Marc-André ter StegenSpain Barcelona2
26France Karim BenzemaSpain Real Madrid1
27Netherlands Georginio WijnaldumEngland Liverpool1
28Portugal João FélixPortugal Benfica
Spain Atlético Madrid
0
29Brazil MarquinhosFrance Paris Saint-Germain0
30Netherlands Donny van de BeekNetherlands Ajax0

List of Ballon D’or winners of all time

List of Ballon D’or winners of all time? Here is a full list of the Ballon d’ Or winners since 1956 until 2019. As you will see Messi and Ronaldo are dominating the list of Ballon D’or winners of all time. France Football’s Ballon d’Or 2019 award regarding 2018/2019 went to Lionel Messi.

Ballon d'Or 2019 Nominees List - Date & Time

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List of Ballon D’or winners of all time 2000-2019

YearFootball PlayerFootball ClubNationality
2019Lionel MessiFC BarcelonaArgentina
2018Luka ModricReal MadridCroatia
2017Cristiano RonaldoReal MadridPortugal
2016Cristiano RonaldoReal MadridPortugal
2015Lionel MessiFC BarcelonaArgentina
2014Cristiano RonaldoReal MadridPortugal
2013Cristiano RonaldoReal MadridPortugal
2012Lionel MessiFC BarceonaArgentina
2011Lionel MessiFC BarcelonaArgentina
2010Lionel MessiFC BarcelonaArgentina
2009Lionel MessiFC BarcelonaArgentina
2008Cristiano RonaldoManchester UnitedPortugal
2007KakaAC MilanBrazil
2006Fabio CannavaroJuventus/Real MadridItaly
2005RonaldinhoFC BarcelonaBrazil
2004Andriy ShevchenkoAC MilanUkraine
2003Pavel NedvedAC MilanJuventus
2002RonaldoReal MadridBrazil
2001Michael OwenFC LiverpoolEngland
2000Luis FigoReal MadridPortugal

List of Ballon D’or winners of all time 1956-1999

YearFootball PlayerFootball ClubNationality
1999RivaldoFC BarcelonaBrazil
1998Zinedine ZidaneJuventusFrance
1997RonaldoInter MilanBrazil
1996Matthias SammerBorussia DortmundGermany
1995George WeahAC MilanLiberia
1994Hristo StoichkovFC BarcelonaBulgaria
1993Roberto BaggioJuventusItaly
1992Marco Van BastenAC MilanNetherlands
1991Jean Pierre PapinMarseilleFrance
1990Lothar MatthausInter MilanGermany
1989Marco Van BastenAC MilanNetherlands
1988Marco Van BastenAC MilanNetherlands
1987Ruud GullitAC MilanNetherlands
1986Igor BelanovSoviet UnionDynamo Kyiv
1985Michel PlatiniJuventusFrance
1984Michel PlatiniJuventusFrance
1983Michel PlatiniJuventusFrance
1982Paolo RossiJuventusItaly
1981Karl-Heinz RummeniggeBayern MunichGermany
1980Karl-Heinz RummeniggeBayern MunichGermany
1979Kevin KeeganHamburgEngland
1978Kevin KeeganHamburgEngland
1977Allan SimonsenBorussia MonchengladbachDenmark
1976Franz BeckenbauerBayern MunichGermany
1975Oleg BlokhinSoviet UnionDynamo Kyiv
1974Johan CruyffFC BarcelonaNetherlands
1973Johan CruyffFC BarcelonaNetherlands
1972Franz BeckenbauerBayern MunichGermany
1971Johan CruyffFC BarcelonaNetherlands
1970Gerd MullerBayer MunichGermany
1969Gianni RiveraAC MilanItaly
1968George BestManchester UnitedNorthern Ireland
1967Florian AlbertFerencv Rosi TCHungary
1966Bobby ChaltonManchester UnitedEngland
1965EusebioBenficaPortugal
1964Denis LawManchester UnitedScotland
1963Lev YashinSoviet UnionDynamo Moscow
1962Josef MasopustDukla PragueCzechoslovakia
1961Omar SivoriJuventusItaly
1960Luis SuarezFC BarcelonaSpain
1959Alfredo Di StefanoReal MadridSpain
1958Raymond KopaReal MadridFrance
1957Alfredo Di StefanoReal MadridSpain
1956Stanley MatthewsBlackpoolEngland

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1 Comment

  1. Ishaq Daud

    Nov 22, 2019 at 12:39 pm

    L. Messi

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