All Winners

2012

  • Lionel Messi voted for the FIFA / FIFpro World XI on 1 October 2012
    Player of the year:
  • Player of the year:
    Abby WAMBACH (USA)
  • FIFA Men’s Football Coach of the Year:
    DEL BOSQUE Vicente (ESP)
  • FIFA Women’s Football Coach of the Year:
    Pia SUNDHAGE (SWE)
  • FIFA Presidential award:
    Franz Beckenbauer
  • FIFA Fair Play Award:
    Uzbekistan
  • Puskas Awards:
    Miroslav STOCH (SVK)

2011

2010

2009

2008

2007

2006

2005

2004

  • Ronaldinho FIFA World Player 2004
    Player of the year:
  • Birgit Prinz FIFA World player 2004
    Player of the year:
  • FIFA Presidential award:
    Haiti
  • FIFA Fair Play Award:
    Confederaçao Brasileira de Futebol
  • Top Team of the Year Award:
    Brazil
  • Best Mover of the Year:
    China PR
  • FIFA Interactive World Player:
    Thiago Carrico de Azevedo

2003

  • Zinedine Zidane FIFA World Player 2003
    Player of the year:
  • Birgit Prinz FIFA World player 2003
    Player of the year:
    Birgit PRINZ (GER)
  • FIFA Presidential award:
    The Iraqi Football Community
  • FIFA Fair Play Award:
    Fans of Glasgow Celtic FC (SCO)
  • Top Team of the Year Award:
    Brazil
  • Best Mover of the Year:
    Bahrain

2002

  • Ronaldo FIFA World Player 2002
    Player of the year:
    RONALDO (BRA)
  • Mia Hamm FIFA World player 2002
    Player of the year:
    Mia HAMM (USA)
  • FIFA Presidential award:
    Parminder Nagra (ENG)
  • FIFA Fair Play Award:
    Football communities of Japan and Korea Republic
  • Top Team of the Year Award:
    Brazil
  • Best Mover of the Year:
    Senegal

2001

  • Luis Figo FIFA World Player 2001
    Player of the year:
    LUIS FIGO (POR)
  • Mia Hamm FIFA World Player 2001
    Player of the year:
    Mia HAMM (USA)
  • FIFA Presidential award:
    Marvin Lee (TRI)
  • Top Team of the Year Award:
    Honduras
  • Best Mover of the Year:
    Costa Rica

2000

  • Zinedine Zidane FIFA World Player 2000
    Player of the year:
    Zinedine ZIDANE (FRA)
  • FIFA Fair Play Award:
    Lucas RADEBE (RSA)
  • Top Team of the Year Award:
    Netherlands
  • Best Mover of the Year:
    Nigeria

1999

  • Rivaldo FIFA World Player 1999
    Player of the year:
    RIVALDO (BRA)
  • FIFA Fair Play Award:
    New Zealand’s football community
  • Top Team of the Year Award:
    Brazil
  • Best Mover of the Year:
    Slovenia

1998

  • Zinedine Zidane FIFA World Player 1998
    Player of the year:
    Zinedine ZIDANE (FRA)
  • FIFA Fair Play Award:
    The national associations of Iran, the USA and Northern Ireland
  • Top Team of the Year Award:
    Brazil
  • Best Mover of the Year:
    Croatia

1997

  • Ronaldo FIFA World Player 1997
    Player of the year:
    RONALDO (BRA)
  • FIFA Fair Play Award:
    Irish spectators of the World Cup preliminary match versus Belgium, Jozef Zovinec (Slovak amateur player), Julie FOUDY (USA)
  • Top Team of the Year Award:
    Brazil
  • Best Mover of the Year:
    Yugoslavia

1996

  • Ronaldo FIFA World Player 1996
    Player of the year:
    RONALDO (BRA)
  • FIFA Fair Play Award:
    George WEAH (LBR)
  • Top Team of the Year Award:
    Brazil
  • Best Mover of the Year:
    South Africa

1995

  • George Weah FIFA World Player 1995
    Player of the year:
    George WEAH (LBR)
  • FIFA Fair Play Award:
    Jacques Glassmann (FRA)
  • Top Team of the Year Award:
    Brazil
  • Best Mover of the Year:
    Jamaica

1994

  • Player of the year:
    ROMÁRIO (Romário de Souza Faria) (BRA)
  • Top Team of the Year Award:
    Brazil
  • Best Mover of the Year:
    Croatia

1993

  • Player of the year:
    Roberto BAGGIO (ITA)
  • FIFA Fair Play Award:
    Nandor Hidgekuti, (individual award) (HUM), Football Association of Zambia
  • Top Team of the Year Award:
    Germany
  • Best Mover of the Year:
    Colombia

1992

  • Player of the year:
    Marco VAN BASTEN (NED)
  • FIFA Fair Play Award:
    Union Royale Belge des Sociétés de Football Association

1991

  • Player of the year:
    Lothar MATTHAEUS (GER)
  • FIFA Fair Play Award:
    Real Federación Española de Fútbol (Spanish FA), JORGINHO (BRA)