La historia del Balón de Oro

Actualizado el 7 de enero de 2013
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Historial del Balón de oro
AÑO GANADOR SEGUNDO TERCERO
2013 C. Ronaldo (Real Madrid) Messi (Barcelona) Ribery (Bayern Munich)
2012 Messi (Barcelona) C. Ronaldo (Real Madrid) Iniesta (Barcelona)
2011 Messi (Barcelona) C. Ronaldo (Real Madrid) Xavi (Barcelona)
2010 Messi (Barcelona) Iniesta (Barcelona) Xavi (Barcelona)
2009 Messi (Barcelona) C. Ronaldo (Real Madrid) Xavi (Barcelona)
2008 C. Ronaldo (Manchester U.) Messi (Barcelona) F.Torres (Liverpool)
2007 Kaká (Milan) C. Ronaldo (Manchester U.) Messi (Barcelona)
2006 Cannavaro (Real Madrid) Buffon (Juventus) Henry (Arsenal)
2005 Ronaldinho (Barcelona) Lampard (Chelsea) Gerrard (Liverpool)
2004 Shevchenko (Milan) Deco (Barcelona) Ronaldinho (Barcelona)
2003 Nedved (Juventus) Henry (Arsenal) Maldini (Milan)
2002 Ronaldo (Real Madrid) R. Carlos (Real Madrid) Kahn (Bayern Munich)
2001 Owen (Liverpool) Raúl (Real Madrid) Kahn (Bayern Munich)
2000 Figo (Real Madrid) Zidane (Juventus) Shevchenko (Milan)
1999 Rivaldo (Barcelona) Beckham (Manchester United) Shevchenko (Milan)
1998 Zidane (Juventus) Suker (Real Madrid) Ronaldo (Inter)
1997 Ronaldo (Inter) Mijatovic (Real Madrid) Zidane (Juventus)
1996 Sammer (Borussia Dormund) Ronaldo (Barcelona) Shearer (Newcastle)
1995 Weah (Milan) Klinsmann (Tottenham) Litmanen (Ajax)
1994 Stoichkov (Barcelona) Baggio (Juventus) Maldini (Milan)
1993 Baggio (Juventus) Bergkamp (Ajax) Cantona (Leeds)
1992 Van Basten (Milan) Stoichkov (Barcelona) Bergkamp (Ajax)
1991 Papin (Marsella) Matthaus (Inter) Savicevic (E. Roja)
1990 Matthaus (Inter) Schillaci (Juventus) Brehme (Inter)
1989 Van Basten (Milan) Baresi (Milan) Rijkaard (Milan)
1988 Van Basten (Milan) Gullit (Milan) Rijkaard (Milan)
1987 Gullit (Milan) Futre (Atlético Madrid) Butragueño (Real Madrid)
1986 Belanov (Dínamo Kiev) Lineker (Barcelona) Butragueño (Real Madrid)
1985 Platini (Juventus) Elkjaer (Verona) Schuster (Barcelona)
1984 Platini (Juventus) Tigana (Bordeaux) Elkjaer (Verona)
1983 Platini (Juventus) Dalglish (Liverpool) Tigana (Bordeaux)
1982 Rossi (Juventus) Giresse (Burdeos) Boniek (Juventus)
1981 Rummenigge (Bayern Munich) Paul Breitner (Bayern Munich) Bernd Schuster (Barcelona)
1980 Rummenigge (Bayern Munich) Bernd Schuster (Barcelona) Platini (Saint Etienne)
1979 Keegan (Hamburgo) Rummenigge (Bayern Munich) Krol (Ajax)
1978 Keegan (Hamburgo) Krankl (Barcelona) Resenbrick (Anderlecht)
1977 Simonssen (Bayern Munich) Keegan (Hamburgo) Platini (Nancy)
1976 Beckenbauer (Bayern Munich) Resenbrick (Anderlecht) Viktor (D. Praga)
1975 Blohkine (Kiev) Beckenbauer (Bayern Munich) Deyna (Varsovia)
1974 Cruyff (Barcelona) Beckenbauer (Bayern Munich) Deyna (Varsovia)
1973 Cruyff (Ajax) Zoff (Juventus) Muller (Bayern Munich)
1972 Beckenbauer (Bayern Munich) Muller (Bayern Munich) Nezter (Moenchengengladbach)
1971 Cruyff (Ajax) Mazzola (Inter) Best (Manchester United)
1970 Muller (Bayern Munich) Moore (West Ham) Riva (Cagliari)
1969 Rivera (Milan) Riva (Cagliari) Muller (Bayern Munich)
1968 Best (Manchester United) Charlton (Manchester United) Dzajic (Estrella Roja)
1967 Albert (Ferencvaros) Charlton (Manchester United) Johnstone (Celtic)
1966 Charlton (Manchester United) Eusebio (Benfica) Beckenbauer (Bayern Munich)
1965 Eusebio (Benfica) Facchetti (Inter) Suárez (Inter)
1964 Law (Manchester United) Suárez (Inter) Amancio (Real Madrid)
1963 Yashin (D. Moscú) Rivera (Milan) Greaves (Tottenham)
1962 Masopust (Dínamo Praga) Eusebio (Benfica) Schellinger (Colonia)
1961 Sívori (Juventus) Suárez (Barcelona) Haynes (Fulham)
1960 Suárez (Barcelona) Puskas (Real Madrid) Seeler (Hamburgo)
1959 Di Stéfano (Real Madrid) Kopa (Stade Reims) Charles (Juventus)
1958 Kopa (Real Madrid) Rahn (Essen) Fontaine (Reims)
1957 Di Stéfano (Real Madrid) Wright (Wolverhampton) Kopa (Real Madrid)
1956 Matthews (Blackpool) Di Stéfano (Real Madrid) Kopa (Stade Reims)