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How Ballon d’Or nominate players? Live streaming details, full stats; read HERE

The list of nominees for the award was officially unveiled on September 6, 2023, and the highly anticipated award ceremony is scheduled to take place on October 30.

The 2023 Ballon d’Or is the 67th edition of the prestigious football award presented by France Football magazine. This award recognizes the best football players in the world for their performances during the 2022–23 season. Unlike previous editions, the Ballon d’Or for 2023 will consider achievements from the football season, which began on August 1, 2022, and concluded on July 31, 2023.

The list of nominees for the award was officially unveiled on September 6, 2023, and the highly anticipated award ceremony is scheduled to take place on October 30. This event will not only honor the best male footballer but also include several other accolades, such as the Ballon d’Or Féminin (Women’s Ballon d’Or), the Kopa Trophy, the Yashin Trophy, the Socrates Award, the Gerd Müller Trophy, and a Club of the Year award.

Who has won most of Ballon d’Or?

Lionel Messi has secured the Ballon d’Or award a remarkable seven times, establishing a record for the most wins in the history of the award. He is closely followed by Cristiano Ronaldo, who has claimed the honor five times. Additionally, three exceptional players have each been awarded the Ballon d’Or on three occasions: Johan Cruyff, Michel Platini, and Marco van Basten.

List of nominees

Here are the lists of nominees for the 2023 Ballon d’Or, Ballon d’Or Féminin, Kopa Trophy, and Yashin Trophy:

2023 Men’s Nominees:

  • Julian Alvarez – Manchester City – Argentina
  • Nicolo Barella – Inter Milan – Italy
  • Jude Bellingham – Real Madrid – England
  • Karim Benzema – Al-Ittihad – France
  • Yassine Bounou – Al-Hilal – Morocco
  • Kevin De Bruyne – Manchester City – Belgium
  • Ruben Dias – Manchester City – Portugal
  • Antoine Griezmann – Atletico Madrid – France
  • Ilkay Gundogan – Barcelona – Germany
  • Josko Gvardiol – Manchester City – Croatia
  • Erling Haaland – Manchester City – Norway
  • Harry Kane – Bayern Munich – England
  • Kim Min-Jae – Bayern Munich – South Korea
  • Randal Kolo Muani – Paris Saint Germain – France
  • Kvicha Kvaratskhelia – Napoli – Georgia
  • Robert Lewandowski – Barcelona – Poland
  • Emiliano Martinez – Aston Villa – Argentina
  • Lautaro Martinez – Inter Milan – Argentina
  • Kylian Mbappe – Paris Saint Germain – France
  • Lionel Messi – Inter Miami – Argentina
  • Luka Modric – Real Madrid – Croatia
  • Jamal Musiala – Bayern Munich – Germany
  • Martin Odegaard – Arsenal – Norway
  • Andre Onana – Manchester United – Cameroon
  • Victor Osimhen – Napoli – Nigeria
  • Rodri – Manchester City – Spain
  • Bukayo Saka – Arsenal – England
  • Mohamed Salah – Liverpool – Egypt
  • Bernardo Silva – Manchester City – Portugal
  • Vinicius Jr – Real Madrid – Brazil

2023 Féminin Nominees:

  • Aitana Bonmati – Barcelona – Spain
  • Millie Bright – Chelsea – England
  • Linda Caicedo – Real Madrid – Colombia
  • Olga Carmona – Real Madrid – Spain
  • Rachel Daly – Aston Villa – England
  • Debinha – Kansas City – Brazil
  • Kadidiatou Diani – Lyon – France
  • Mary Earps – Manchester United – England
  • Patricia Guijarro – Barcelona – Spain
  • Yui Hasegawa – Manchester City – Japan
  • Amanda Ilestedt – Arsenal – Sweden
  • Sam Kerr – Chelsea – Australia
  • Mapi Leon – Barcelona – Spain
  • Katie McCabe – Arsenal – Republic of Ireland
  • Hinata Miyazawa – MyNavi Sendai – Japan
  • Lena Oberdorf – Wolfsburg – Germany
  • Asisat Oshoala – Barcelona – Nigeria
  • Ewa Pajor – Wolfsburg – Poland
  • Salma Paralluelo – Barcelona – Spain
  • Alexandra Popp – Wolfsburg – Germany
  • Hayley Raso – Real Madrid – Australia
  • Alba Redondo – Levante – Spain
  • Guro Reiten – Chelsea – Norway
  • Wendie Renard – Lyon – France
  • Fridolina Rolfo – Barcelona – Sweden
  • Jill Roord – Manchester City – Netherlands
  • Khadija Shaw – Manchester City – Jamaica
  • Sophia Smith – Portland Thorns – United States
  • Georgia Stanway – Bayern Munich – England
  • Daphne van Domselaar – Aston Villa – Netherlands

2023 Kopa Trophy Nominees:

  • Alejandro Balde – Barcelona – Spain
  • Jude Bellingham – Real Madrid – England
  • Eduardo Camavinga – Real Madrid – France
  • Gavi – Barcelona – Spain
  • Rasmus Hojlund – Manchester United – Denmark
  • Jamal Musiala – Bayern Munich – Germany
  • Pedri – Barcelona – Spain
  • Antonio Silva – Benfica – Portugal
  • Xavi Simons – RB Leipzig – Netherlands
  • Elye Wahi – Lens – France

2023 Yashin Trophy Nominees:

  • Yassine Bounou – Al-Hilal – Morocco
  • Thibaut Courtois – Real Madrid – Belgium
  • Ederson – Manchester City – Brazil
  • Dominik Livakovic – Fenerbahce – Croatia
  • Mike Maignan – AC Milan – France
  • Emiliano Martinez – Aston Villa – Argentina
  • Andre Onana – Manchester United – Cameroon
  • Aaron Ramsdale – Arsenal – England
  • Brice Samba – Lens – France
  • Marc-Andre ter Stegen – Barcelona – Germany

Live streaming details of Ballon d’Or

Here is some information about the live streaming of the Ballon d’Or 2023:

When: The Ballon d’Or 2023 will start at 11:30 PM IST on Monday.

Where: The event will take place at the Theatre du Chatelet in Paris, France.

Live TV Broadcast in India: The Ballon d’Or 2023 will be telecast live on the Sony Sports network in India.

Live Streaming: The live streaming of the Ballon d’Or 2023 will be available for free on L’Equipe’s official YouTube channel, accessible globally.

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