Thanks for joining us today, as we took another step towards the FIFA Ballon d'Or Gala on Monday 13 January. We will be back providing live coverage of the event as a host of awards are handed out to the brightest talents and the biggest stars in football.
Don't forget to vote for the FIFA Puskas Award, too! You can see all three goals below.
Below we hear from Steffi Jones and Sylvie Beliveau on who they think will triumph in the FIFA Women's World Player of the Year and the FIFA Women's Coach of the Year awards.
Just to remind you of what this years' contenders will be judged against, here is Miroslav's Stoch superb goal for Fenerbahce, which won the 2012 FIFA Puskas Award.
The voting has reopened for the FIFA Puskas Award. You can now choose your favourite goal from Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Nemanja Matic and Neymar's sublime efforts.
The standout performer in a Bayern Munich team rammed full with talent. Ribery was named UEFA Best Player in Europe to add to his treble with Bayern, including the UEFA Champions League. He is now set to show his talents at the FIFA Club World Cup.
A magician who, like Ronaldo, has exhausted every superlative going in trying to accurately reflect his talent and the monumental ability he displays, he is the current FIFA Ballon d'Or holder and another award would expand his collection to four - on top of his FIFA World Player of the Year and Ballon d'Or from 2009.
A man whose statistics and performance are consistently stunning, Cristiano Ronaldo has dazzled throughout 2013, already scoring 25 times in just 18 appearances this season, before hitting a superb hat-trick in Portugal's FIFA World Cup qualifying play-off to send them to Brazil 2014 at the expense of Sweden.
The USA forward continues to leave her mark on the women's game, with the reigning FIFA Women's Player of the Year adding another record to her collection by becoming USA's all-time leading scoring with 158 goals this year.
One of Women's football's greatest players of all time, Marta's name is never far away when awards are being discussed and this year is no different as the Brazil and Tyreso FF forward spent another season impressing on the field.
As Germany strode towards the 2013 UEFA Women's Championship, they were well indebted to their superb shot-stopper Angerer, who impressed game after game on the road to victory.
Now on to the players up for this year's top two awards. Below you can see who former players and familiar faces feel should clinch the FIFA Ballon d'Or.
Klopp has put together a Borussia Dortmund side that has thoroughly impressed during the last year as they went all the way to the UEFA Champions League final, only to fall one step short of the top club prize in European football.
Another coach to depart from his role on a high, the former Bayern Munich coach lifted the Bundesliga, DFB-Pokal and the UEFA Champions League in a season that will live long in the memory for fans of the Bavarian club.
Sir Alex Ferguson
In what turned out to be his final season in management, Ferguson, who had been in charge of Manchester United for over a quarter of a century, bowed out with a dominant title win in England.