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Ballon d’Or 2023: France Football begins naming the nominees | international football

the magazine France Football Today, Wednesday, the announcement of the nominees for the 2023 Ballon d’Or award began. The traditional trophy will be crowned with the best player in the world and the best player in the world in the 2022/23 season. Benzema She is the current winner among men, and the current champion among women is Alexia Potellas. The ceremony is scheduled to take place on October 30.

Karim Benzema, Real Madrid player, wins the 2022 Ballon d’Or

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So far, 10 candidates have been revealed, excluding the Brazilians:

The 2023 Ballon d’Or nominees:

  • Guardiol (Croatia / Leipzig /Manchester city)
  • Onana (Cameroon/Inter Milan/Manchester United)
  • Benzema (France/real madrid/the Union)
  • Musiala (Germany / Bayern Munich)
  • Salah (Egypt/Liverpool)
  • Bukayo Saka (England/Arsenal)
  • De Bruyne (Belgium / Manchester City)
  • Bellingham (England/Borussia Dortmund/Real Madrid)
  • Kolo Moani (France / Eintracht Frankfurt / Paris Saint-Germain)
  • Bernardo Silva (Portugal/Manchester City)

a France Football The announcement of the candidates for the Cuba Cup, which rewards the best players under 21 years, has begun. pedri, 2021 winnerand Javi, 2022 winner, among the contestants this year again. The magazine also announced the goalkeepers who will compete for the Yashin Cup, and they are Among them is the Brazilian Ederson.

Striker Dibenha is the only Brazilian representative in the women’s award. The best player in the World Cup, Spanish Aitana Bonmati is my favourite. Potellas, winner for the past two years, suffered a serious injury this season and was not nominated.

Nominees for the Golden Ball award for best player:

  • Kadidiato Diagne (France/Paris Saint-Germain/Lyon)
  • Linda Caicedo (Colombia/Real Madrid)
  • Alba Redondo (Spain/Levante)
  • Rachel Daly (England/Aston Villa)
  • Fridolina Rulfo (Sweden/Barcelona)
  • Olga Carmona (Spain/Real Madrid)
  • Georgia Stanway (England/Bayern Munich)
  • Amanda Ellistit (Sweden/Paris Saint-Germain/Arsenal)
  • Haile Raso (Australia/Manchester City/Real Madrid)
  • Sophia Smith (USA/Portland Thorns)
  • Selma Baralelo (Spain/Barcelona)
  • Mille Bright (England/Chelsea)
  • Hinata Miyazawa (Japan/Menafe Sendai/Manchester United)
  • Lena Oberdorf (Germany / Wolfsburg)
  • Daphne van Domselaar (Netherlands / Twente / Aston Villa)
  • Sam Kerr (Australia/Chelsea)
  • Dipenha (Brazil/NC Corregge/Kansas City)
  • Patricia Guijaro (Spain/Barcelona)
  • Ewa Bajor (Poland/Wolfsburg)
  • Guru Ritten (Norway/Chelsea)
  • Aitana Bonmati (Spain/Barcelona)
  • Alexandra Pope (Germany / Wolfsburg)
  • Yui Hasegawa (Japan/Manchester City)
  • Gil Roward (Netherlands/Wolfsburg/Manchester City)
  • Katie McCabe (Ireland/Arsenal)
  • Wendy Renard (France/Lyon)
  • Asisat Oshoala (Nigeria/Barcelona)
  • Marie Erbis (England/Manchester United)
  • Maby Lyon (Spain/Barcelona)
  • Khadija Shaw (Jamaica/Manchester City)
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Nominees for the Yashin Award for Best Goalkeeper:

  • Courtois (Belgium / Real Madrid)
  • Ter Stegen (Germany/Barcelona)
  • Minyan (France/Milan)
  • Onana (Cameroon/Inter Milan/Manchester United)
  • Bono (Morocco/Sevilla/Al Nasr)
  • Ederson (Brazil/Manchester City)
  • Emiliano Martinez (Argentina/Aston Villa)
  • Ramsdale (England/Arsenal)
  • Levakovic (Croatia/Dinamo Zagreb/Fenerbahçe)
  • Brice Samba (France / Lens)

The nominees for the Copa del Rey for the best player under 21 years old:

  • Bellingham (England/Borussia Dortmund/Real Madrid)
  • Javi (Spain/Barcelona)
  • Musiala (Germany / Bayern Munich)
  • Camavinga (France/Real Madrid)
  • Pedri (Spain/Barcelona)
  • Xavi Simons (Netherlands / PSV / RB Leipzig)
  • Alejandro Balde (Spain/Barcelona)
  • Antonio Silva (Portugal/Benfica)
  • Hoeglund (Denmark/Atalanta/Manchester United)
  • Elie Wahi (France / Lens)

Seven prizes will be distributed at the event. in 2022, France Football It introduced two categories: the Gerd Müller Award, which is awarded to the season’s top scorer, and the Socrates PrizeWhich bears the name of the legendary Brazilian player in recognition of his social stances. Striker Vinicius Junior, for his work with the institute that bears his name, He was one of the candidates in 2023 in this category.

Watch the prizes that will be distributed:

  • Men’s Golden Ball: For the best player in the 2022/23 season
  • Women’s Golden Ball: For the best player in the 2022/23 season
  • Yashin Award: Best goalkeeper for the 2022/23 season
  • Cuba Cup: Best Under-21 Player for the 2022/23 season
  • Club of the Year: Award for the most victorious club in all categories
  • Gerd Müller Award: For the player who scored the most goals at the national team and club levels in the 2022/23 season
  • Socrates Prize: Recognizing athletes involved in social causes

The 2022 Ballon d’Or is the 2021/22 season, which took place between July last year and June this year – Image: Getty Images

France Football prepares a list of 30 finalists – 20 for women – and presents it to journalists from different countries. In the last edition, there were 180 participants. They each occupy the top five positions, and scores are awarded according to position. The best placed team wins the Golden Ball.

This is why neither Pele nor Maradona ever won the Ballon d’Or. And in 2015, when he turned 60. France Football reviewed all of her awards Previous matches relied on the current rules and recognized that the King of Football would hold the trophy seven times: 1958, 1959, 1960, 1961, 1963, 1965 and 1970.

Pele never won the Ballon d’Or: France Football magazine awarded it to Europeans only until 1994 – Photo: reproduction

Since 2018, the magazine has presented new awards: the Golden Ball for the best player, the Yashin Cup for the best goalkeeper, and the Cuba Cup for the best young player. In 2022, the novelties are the Gerd Müller Trophy for top scorer of the season, and the Socrates Award, in recognition of those who engage socially.

Golden Ball winners:

The first: Lionel Messi (2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2015, 2019 and 2021): 7

Third: Johan Cruyff (1971, 1973 and 1974), Michel Platini (1983, 1984 and 1985) and Marco van Basten (1988, 1989 and 1992): 3

Sixth: Alfredo Di Stefano (1957 and 1959), Franz Beckenbauer (1972 and 1976), Kevin Keegan (1978 and 1979), Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (1980 and 1981), Ronaldo (1997 and 2002): 2

Eleventh: Stanley Matthews (1956), Raymond Kopa (1958), Luis Suarez (1960), Omar Savory (1961), Joseph Massupest (1962), Lev Yashin (1963), Denis Law (1964), Eusebio (1965), Bobby. Charlton (1966), Florian Albert (1967), George Best (1968), Gianni Rivera (1969), Gerd Müller (1970), Oleg Blokhin (1975), Allan Simonsen (1977), Paolo Rossi (1982), Igor Belanov ( 1986), Ruud Gullit (1987), Lothar Matthaus (1990), Jean-Pierre Babin (1991), Roberto Baggio (1993), Hristo Stoichkov (1994), George Weah (1995), Matthias Sammer (1996), Zinedine Zidane ( 1996). 1998), Rivaldo (1999), Luis Figo (2000), Michael Owen (2001), Pavel Nedved (2003), Andriy Shevchenko (2004), Ronaldinho Gaucho (2005), Fabio Cannavaro (2006), Kaka (2007), Luca . Modric (2018) and Benzema (2022): 1

Golden Ball winners

year winner club
1956 Stanley Matthews (ING) Blackpool
1957 Di Stefano (Spain) real madrid
1958 Raymond Cuba (FRA) real madrid
1959 Di Stefano (Spain) real madrid
1960 Luis Suarez (Spain) Barcelona
1961 Savory (ITA) Juventus
1962 Joseph Masopost (TCH) Dukla Prague
1963 Yashin (Russia) Dynamo Moscow
1964 Dennis Law (ESC) Manchester United
1965 Eusebio (Portugal) Benfica
1966 Bobby Charlton (ING) Manchester United
1967 Florian Albert (HUN) Ferencváros
1968 George Best (NIRL) Manchester United
1969 Gianni Rivera (ITA) Milan
1970 Gerd Müller (ALE) Bayern Munich
1971 Johan Cruyff (Hall) ajax
1972 Beckenbauer (ALE) Bayern Munich
1973 Johan Cruyff (Hall) Barcelona
1974 Johan Cruyff (Hall) Barcelona
1975 Oleg Blokhin (UCR) Dynamo Kyiv
1976 Beckenbauer (ALE) Bayern Munich
1977 Alan Simonsen (DIN) Borussia Moenchengladbach
1978 Kevin Keegan (ING) Hamburg
1979 Kevin Keegan (ING) Hamburg
1980 Rummenigge (ALE) Bayern Munich
1981 Rummenigge (ALE) Bayern Munich
1982 Paolo Rossi (ITA) Juventus
1983 Michel Platini (FRA) Juventus
1984 Michel Platini (FRA) Juventus
1985 Michel Platini (FRA) Juventus
1986 Igor Belanov (UCR) Dynamo Kyiv
1987 Ruud Gullit (HOL) Milan
1988 Van Basten (HOL) Milan
1989 Van Basten (HOL) Milan
Nineteen ninety Matthew (ALE) intermilan
1991 Jean-Pierre Papin (FRA) Olympique de Marseille
1992 Van Basten (HOL) Milan
1993 Baguio (ITA) Juventus
1994 Stoichkov (BUL) Barcelona
1995 wea (LIB) Milan
1996 Samer (ALE) Borussia Dortmund
1997 Ronaldo (Brazil) intermilan
1998 Zidane (France) Juventus
1999 Rivaldo (Brazil) Barcelona
2000 Figure (pur) real madrid
2001 Owen Liverpool
2002 Ronaldo (Brazil) real madrid
2003 Nedved (TCH) Juventus
2004 Shevchenko (UCR) Milan
2005 Ronaldinho (Brazil) Barcelona
2006 Cannavaro (Italy) real madrid
2007 Kaka (Brazil) Milan
2008 Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal) Manchester United
2009 Messi (Argentina) Barcelona
2010 Messi (Argentina) Barcelona
2011 Messi (Argentina) Barcelona
2012 Messi (Argentina) Barcelona
2013 Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal) real madrid
2014 Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal) real madrid
2015 Messi (Argentina) Barcelona
2016 Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal) real madrid
2017 Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal) real madrid
2018 Modric (CRO) real madrid
2019 Messi (Argentina) Barcelona
2021 Messi (Argentina) Paris Saint-Germain
2022 Benzema (France) real madrid
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