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BALLON D'OR

Real and Barça's twelve Ballon d'Or winners

Alfredo di Stefano (1957, 1959)

In 1957, Alfredo di Stefano won the second edition of the award, before scooping the title again just two years later in 1959. Considered one of Real Madrid's greatest players, Di Stefano scored 216 goals in 282 appearences during his illustrious career at the Bernebéu.

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Alfredo Di Stefano

In 1957, Alfredo di Stefano won the second edition of the award, before scooping the title again just two years later in 1959. Considered one of Real Madrid's greatest players, Di Stefano scored 216 goals in 282 appearences during his illustrious career at the Bernebéu.

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Alfredo Di Stefano

In 1957, Alfredo di Stefano won the second edition of the award, before scooping the title again just two years later in 1959. Considered one of Real Madrid's greatest players, Di Stefano scored 216 goals in 282 appearences during his illustrious career at the Bernebéu.

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Raymond Kopa (1958)

After Di Stefano won the award in 1957, Raymond Kopa became the second Madrid player to lift the Ballon d'Or a year later. Kopa scored 24 goals in 79 games at Madrid, but the majority of his career was spent at French club, Stade de Reims.

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Raymond Kopa (1958)

After Di Stefano won the award in 1957, Raymond Kopa became the second Madrid player to lift the Ballon d'Or a year later. Kopa scored 24 goals in 79 games at Madrid, but the majority of his career was spent at French club, Stade de Reims.

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Luis Suarez (1960)

There was another great Luis Suarez who played for Barcelona from 1955-61. The Spaniard become the first Barcelona player to lift the award in 1960. He scored 61 goals in 121 appearences for Barcelona, before moving to Italy, where he played for 12 years with Inter Milan and Sampdoria.

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Luis Suarez (1960)

There was another great Luis Suarez who played for Barcelona from 1955-61. The Spaniard become the first Barcelona player to lift the award in 1960. He scored 61 goals in 121 appearences for Barcelona, before moving to Italy, where he played for 12 years with Inter Milan and Sampdoria.

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Johan Cruyff (1973, 1974)

In 1973 Cruyff lifted the award as a Barcelona player, after having previously won it while at Ajax in 1971. He won it again a year later in 1974. The Dutchman scored 48 goals in 143 games for Barca during his five seasons at the club, before going on to become their most celebrated manager (1988-96) and the inventor of the open and attacking style of football that became the club's trademark.

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Johan Cruyff (1973, 1974)

In 1973 Cruyff lifted the award as a Barcelona player, after having previously won it while at Ajax in 1971. He won it again a year later in 1974. The Dutchman scored 48 goals in 143 games for Barca during his five seasons at the club, before going on to become their most celebrated manager (1988-96) and the inventor of the open and attacking style of football that became the club's trademark.

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Hristo Stoichkov (1994)

After Cruyff, Barcelona had to wait 19 years until they had another winner in Hristo Stoichkov in 1994. The Romanian had two spells at the club, during which he scored 83 goals in 175 appearences.

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Hristo Stoichkov (1994)

After Cruyff, Barcelona had to wait 19 years until they had another winner in Hristo Stoichkov in 1994. The Romanian had two spells at the club, during which he scored 83 goals in 175 appearences.

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Rivaldo (1999)

Five years after Stoickov, Barcelona had their fourth winner of the trophy. Brazilian Rivaldo lifted the award in 1999. During his five years at the club, he scored 86 goals in 157 games.

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Rivaldo (1999)

Five years after Stoichkov, Barcelona had their fourth winner of the trophy. Brazilian Rivaldo lifted the award in 1999. During his five years at the club, he scored 86 goals in 157 games.

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Luis Figo (2000)

After Di Stefano scooped the accolade in 1959, Real Madrid's 41-year Ballon d'Or-winner drought was ended by Luis Figo in 2000, the same year he controversially joined Los Blancos after five years at arch rivals Barcelona. Figo scored 38 goals in 164 games for Real Madrid.

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Luis Figo (2000)

After Di Stefano scooped the accolade in 1959, Real Madrid's 41-year Ballon d'Or-winner drought was ended by Luis Figo in 2000, the same year he controversially joined Los Blancos after five years at arch rivals Barcelona. Figo scored 38 goals in 164 games for Real Madrid.

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Ronaldo (2002)

Two years after Figo, Real Madrid had their fourth Ballon d'Or winner: Ronaldo was nominated for the award in 2002, after having won it previously while at Inter Milan in 1997.

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Ronaldo (2002)

Two years after Figo, Real Madrid had their fourth Ballon d'Or winner: Ronaldo was nominated for the award in 2002, after having won it previously while at Inter Milan in 1997.

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Ronaldinho (2005)

Brazil's Ronaldinho became Barcelona's fifth player to win the Ballon d'OR in 2005. During his time at Camp Nou, he scored 70 goals in 145 appearences.

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Ronaldinho (2005)

Brazil's Ronaldinho became Barcelona's fifth player to win the Ballon d'OR in 2005. During his time at Camp Nou, he scored 70 goals in 145 appearences.

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Fabio Cannavaro (2006)

Fabio Cannavaro scooped the Ballon d'Or in 2006 while at Real Madrid. During his three years at Madrid, he played 94 goals, but never scored a goal.

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Fabio Cannavaro (2006)

Fabio Cannavaro scooped the Ballon d'Or in 2006 while at Real Madrid. During his three years at Madrid, he played 94 goals, but never scored a goal.

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Lionel Messi (2009)

Lionel Messi won the Ballon d'OR award for the first time in 2009, before going on to win it another four times in 2010, 2011, 2012, 2015. He and Cristiano Ronaldo hold the record for the most Ballon d'OR wins, with five each.

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Lionel Messi (2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2015)

Lionel Messi won the Ballon d'Or award for the first time in 2009, before going on to win it another four times in 2010, 2011, 2012, 2015. He and Cristiano Ronaldo hold the record for the most Ballon d'OR wins, with five each.

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Cristiano Ronaldo (2013, 2014, 2016, 2017)

When Cristiano Ronaldo won the Ballon d'Or for the first time as a Real Madrid player in 2013, he had already won it once before in 2008 while at Manchester United. He has gone on to lift trophy three more times, in 2014, 2016 and 2017.

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Cristiano Ronaldo (2013, 2014, 2016, 2017)

When Cristiano Ronaldo won the Ballon d'Or for the first time as a Real Madrid player in 2013, he had already won it once before in 2008 while at Manchester United. He has gone on to lift trophy three more times, in 2014, 2016 and 2017.

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