(Source: France Football)

The Winners were revealed on Monday 2nd December 2019 at the Ballon D’Or ceremony in Paris, France.

Date: Monday 2nd December 2019

Location: Theatre du Chatelet, Paris, France

Presented By: France Football

Highlights

Ballon d’Or: Lionel Messi (6th Award)

Women’s Ballon d’Or: Megan Rapinoe (1st Award)

Kopa Trophy: Matthijs De Ligt (1st Award)

Yachine Trophy: Alisson (1st Award)

Results:

https://www.francefootball.fr/ballon-d-or/palmares/

Yachine Trophy

1st: Alisson Becker (Liverpool & Brazil)

2nd: Marc-Andre Ter Stegen (Barcelona & Germany)

3rd: Ederson (Manchester City & Brazil)

4th: Jan Oblak (Atletico Madrid & Slovenia)

5th: Hugo Lloris (Tottenham & France)

6th: Manuel Neuer (Bayern Munich & Germany)

7th: Andre Onana (Ajax & Cameroon)

8th: Kepa Arrizabalaga (Chelsea & Spain)

9th: Wojciech Szczesny (Juventus & Poland)

10th: Samir Handanovic (Inter Milan & Slovenia)

Kopa Trophy

1st: Matthijs De Ligt (Juventus & Netherlands)

2nd: Jadon Sancho (Borussia Dortmund & England)

3rd: Joao Felix (Atletico Madrid & Portugal)

4th: Vinicius Jr (Real Madrid & Brazil)

5th: Andrii Lunin (Real Madrid, Real Valladolid, Leganes & Ukraine)

6th: Matteo Guendouzi (Arsenal & France)

6th: Kai Havertz (Bayer Leverkusen & Germany)

8th: Moise Kean (Juventus, Everton & Italy)

9th: Samuel Chukwueze (Villarreal & Nigeria)

9th: Lee Kang-in (Valencia & South Korea)

Women’s Ballon D’Or

1st: Megan Rapinoe (Reign FC & United States)

2nd: Lucy Bronze (Lyon & England)

3rd: Alex Morgan (Orlando Pride & United States)

4th: Ada Hegerberg (Lyon & Norway)

5th: Vivianne Miedema (Arsenal & Netherlands)

6th: Wendie Renard (Lyon & France)

7th: Sam Kerr (Chicago Red Stars, Perth Glory & Australia)

8th: Rose Lavelle (Washington Spirit & United States)

9th: Ellen White (Manchester City & England)

10th: Dzsenifer Marozsan (Lyon & Germany)

11th: Amadine Henry (Lyon & France)

12th: Sari Van Veenendaal (Atletico Madrid & Netherlands)

13th: Tobin Heath (Portland Thorns & United States)

14th: Pernille Harder (Wolfsburg & Denmark)

14th: Lieke Martens (Barcelona & Netherlands)

16th: Kosovare Asllani (Sweden & Tacon)

16th: Nilla Fisher (Sweden & Linkoping)

16th: Marta (Brazil & Orlando Pride)

19th: Sofia Jakobsson (Sweden & Tacon)

20th: Sarah Bouhaddi (Lyon & France)

Men’s Ballon D’Or

1st: Lionel Messi (Barcelona & Argentina)

2nd: Virgil Van Dijk (Liverpool & Netherlands)

3rd: Cristiano Ronaldo (Juventus & Portugal)

4th: Sadio Mane (Liverpool & Senegal)

5th: Mohamed Salah (Liverpool & Egypt)

6th: Kylian Mbappe (PSG & France)

7th: Alisson (Liverpool & Brazil)

8th: Robert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich & Poland)

9th: Bernardo Silva (Manchester City & Portugal)

10th: Riyad Mahrez (Manchester City & Algeria)

11th: Frenkie De Jong (Ajax, Barcelona & Netherlands)

12th: Raheem Sterling (Manchester City & England)

13th: Eden Hazard (Chelsea, Real Madrid & Belgium)

14th: Kevin De Bruyne (Manchester City & Belgium)

15th: Matthijs De Ligt (Ajax, Juventus & Netherlands)

16th: Sergio Aguero (Manchester City & Argentina)

17th: Roberto Firmino (Liverpool & Brazil)

18th: Antoine Griezmann (Atletico Madrid, Barcelona & France)

19th: Trent Alexander-Arnold (Liverpool & England)

20th: Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Arsenal & Gabon)

20th: Dusan Tadic (Ajax & Serbia)

22nd: Son Heung-Min (South Korea & Tottenham)

23rd: Hugo Lloris (Tottenham & France)

24th: Kalidou Koulibaly (Napoli & Senegal)

24th: Marc-Andre Ter Stegen (Barcelona & Germany)

26th: Karim Benzema (Real Madrid & France)

26th: Georginio Wijnaldum (Liverpool & Netherlands)

28th: Joao Felix (Benfica, Atletico Madrid & Portugal)

28th: Marquinhos (PSG & Brazil)

28th: Donny Van De Beek (Ajax & Netherlands)