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Ballon d'Or 1958

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Ballon d'Or 1958

The 1958 Ballon d'Or, given to the best football player in Europe as judged by a panel of sports journalists from UEFA member countries, was awarded to Raymond Kopa on 16 December 1958.


Rank Name Club Nationality Points
1 Raymond Kopa Real Madrid France 71
2 Helmut Rahn Rot-Weiss Essen West Germany 40
3 Just Fontaine Stade de Reims France 23
4 John Charles Juventus Wales 15
Kurt Hamrin Fiorentina Sweden 15
6 Billy Wright Wolverhampton Wanderers England 9
7 Johnny Haynes Fulham England 7
8 Harry Gregg Manchester United Northern Ireland 6
Horst Szymaniak Wuppertal West Germany 6
Nils Liedholm Milan Sweden 6
11 Colin McDonald Burnley England 5
12 Gunnar Gren Örgryte Sweden 4
Francisco Gento Real Madrid Spain 4
14 Lev Yashin Dynamo Moscow Soviet Union 3
Vujadin Boškov Vojvodina Yugoslavia 3
Valentin Ivanov Torpedo Moskva Soviet Union 3
Bengt Gustavsson Atalanta Sweden 3
Luis Suárez Barcelona Spain 3
19 Bruno Nicolè Juventus Italy 2
Danny Blanchflower Tottenham Northern Ireland 2
Ivan Kolev CDNA Sofia Bulgaria 2
Lennart Skoglund Inter Milan Sweden 2
Orvar Bergmark Örebro Sweden 2
Ladislav Novák Dukla Praha Czechoslovakia 2
25 Gerhard Hanappi Rapid Wien Austria 1
Giampiero Boniperti Juventus Italy 1



External links

  • Official Ballon d'Or pageFrance Football
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