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The Best FIFA Football Awards 2016

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The Best FIFA Football Awards 2016
The Best FIFA Football Awards 2016.jpg
Date 9 January 2017 (2017-01-09)
Location Zurich, Switzerland
Presented by FIFA
Hosted by Eva Longoria and Marco Schreyl
Highlights
The Best FIFA Men's Player Portugal Cristiano Ronaldo
The Best FIFA Women's Player United States Carli Lloyd
The Best FIFA Men's Coach Italy Claudio Ranieri
The Best FIFA Women's Coach Germany Silvia Neid
The FIFA Puskás Award Malaysia Mohd Faiz Subri
Website fifa.com

The Best FIFA Football Awards 2016 were held on 9 January 2017 in Zurich, Switzerland.[1] The Best FIFA Football Awards are the annual recognitions awarded by FIFA to several individuals across different categories, including: best eleven players of the year, known as FIFA FIFPro World XI (awards goalkeeper, best defenders l, midfielders, attackers), FIFA World Coach of the Year for men's and for women's football, best female player of the year, 2nd best male player of the year, and best goal of the year (known as FIFA Puskás Award). The FIFA Fair Play Award is the only award that usually goes to groups or entities instead of individuals.

The selection criteria for the (men's and women's) players of the year were: sporting performance, as well as general conduct on and off the pitch from 20 November 2015 to 22 November 2016. The selection criteria for the coaches of the year were: performance and general behaviour of their teams on and off the pitch from 20 November 2015 to 22 November 2016.

The votes were decided by media representatives, national team coaches, and national team captains. In October 2016, it was announced that the general public would also be allowed to vote.[2] Each group contributed 25% of the overall vote.

The ceremony was hosted by Eva Longoria and Marco Schreyl.[3][4]

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Contents

Winners and nominees

The Best FIFA Men's Player

The Football Committee compiled a shortlist of 23 male players for The Best FIFA Men's Player.[1]

The 23 candidates were announced on 4 November.[5] The three finalists were announced on 1 December 2016.[6]

Cristiano Ronaldo won the award with nearly 35% of the vote.[7]

Rank Name Club(s) played for National team Percent
The finalists
1 Cristiano Ronaldo Spain Real Madrid  Portugal 34.54%
2 Lionel Messi Spain Barcelona  Argentina 26.42%
3 Antoine Griezmann Spain Atlético Madrid  France 7.53%
Other candidates
4 Neymar Spain Barcelona  Brazil 6.23%
5 Luis Suárez Spain Barcelona  Uruguay 5.11%
6 Gareth Bale Spain Real Madrid  Wales 4.62%
7 Riyad Mahrez England Leicester City  Algeria 2.20%
8 Gianluigi Buffon Italy Juventus  Italy 1.85%
9 Andrés Iniesta Spain Barcelona  Spain 1.69%
10 Toni Kroos Spain Real Madrid  Germany 1.25%
11 Alexis Sánchez England Arsenal  Chile 1.19%
12 Robert Lewandowski Germany Bayern Munich  Poland 0.93%
13 Luka Modrić Spain Real Madrid  Croatia 0.89%
14 Mesut Özil England Arsenal  Germany 0.86%
15 Jamie Vardy England Leicester City  England 0.81%
16 Manuel Neuer Germany Bayern Munich  Germany 0.80%
17 Sergio Ramos Spain Real Madrid  Spain 0.70%
18 Zlatan Ibrahimović  Sweden 0.50%
19 Paul Pogba  France 0.47%
20 Kevin De Bruyne England Manchester City  Belgium 0.46%
21 N'Golo Kanté  France 0.40%
22 Sergio Agüero England Manchester City  Argentina 0.38%
23 Dimitri Payet England West Ham United  France 0.17%

The Best FIFA Women's Player

The Committee for Women's Football and the FIFA Women's World Cup compiled a shortlist of 10 female players for The Best FIFA Women's Player.[1]

The 10 candidates were announced on 3 November.[8] The three finalists were announced on 2 December.[9]

Carli Lloyd won the award with nearly 21% of the vote.[7]

Rank Name Club(s) played for National team Percent
The finalists
1 Carli Lloyd United States Houston Dash  United States 20.68%
2 Marta Sweden FC Rosengård  Brazil 16.60%
3 Melanie Behringer Germany Bayern Munich  Germany 12.34%
Other candidates
4 Dzsenifer Marozsán  Germany 11.68%
5 Sara Däbritz Germany Bayern Munich  Germany 8.19%
6 Saki Kumagai France Lyon  Japan 6.94%
7 Lotta Schelin France Lyon  Sweden 6.58%
8 Christine Sinclair United States Portland Thorns  Canada 5.99%
9 Amandine Henry United States Portland Thorns  France 5.96%
10 Camille Abily France Lyon  France 5.04%

The Best FIFA Men's Coach

The Football Committee compiled a shortlist of 10 men's football coaches for The Best FIFA Men's Coach.[1]

The 10 candidates were announced on 2 November.[10] The three finalists were announced in December 2016.[11]

Claudio Ranieri won the award with over 22% of the vote.[7]

Rank Name Team(s) managed Percent
The finalists
1 Italy Claudio Ranieri England Leicester City 22.06%
2 France Zinedine Zidane Spain Real Madrid 16.56%
3 Portugal Fernando Santos  Portugal 16.24%
Other candidates
4 Argentina Diego Simeone Spain Atlético Madrid 12.98%
5 Spain Pep Guardiola 11.13%
6 Spain Luis Enrique Spain Barcelona 8.32%
7 Germany Jürgen Klopp England Liverpool 7.71%
8 France Didier Deschamps  France 1.97%
9 Wales Chris Coleman  Wales 1.82%
10 Argentina Mauricio Pochettino England Tottenham Hotspur 1.21%

The Best FIFA Women's Coach

The Committee for Women's Football and the FIFA Women's World Cup compiled a shortlist of 10 women's football coaches for The Best FIFA Women's Coach.[1]

The 10 candidates were announced on 1 November.[12] The three finalists were announced on 2 December 2016.[13]

Silvia Neid won the award with nearly 30% of the vote.[7]

Rank Name Team(s) managed Percent
The finalists
1 Germany Silvia Neid  Germany 29.99%
2 England Jill Ellis  United States 16.68%
3 Sweden Pia Sundhage  Sweden 16.47%
Other candidates
4 England John Herdman  Canada 7.85%
5 France Gérard Prêcheur France Lyon 7.26%
6 Brazil Vadão  Brazil 6.00%
7 Germany Martina Voss-Tecklenburg   Switzerland 4.07%
8 Netherlands Vera Pauw  South Africa 3.99%
9 Germany Thomas Wörle Germany Bayern Munich 3.96%
10 France Philippe Bergeroo  France 3.73%

FIFA Fair Play Award

Colombian club Atlético Nacional won the award due to their gesture of asking CONMEBOL to award the 2016 Copa Sudamericana title to Brazilian club Chapecoense following the LaMia Flight 2933 disaster, which resulted in the deaths of 19 players and 23 staff members of the Brazilian club.[14]

Winner Reason
Colombia Atlético Nacional Requested CONMEBOL to award Chapecoense with the 2016 Copa Sudamericana title following LaMia Flight 2933 crash

FIFA Award for an Outstanding Career

Brazilian futsal player Falcão won the award for his 27 years of contribution to the sport.[15]

Player Reason
Brazil Falcão As a result of his remarkable contribution to the sport

FIFA Puskás Award

The shortlist was announced on 21 November 2016.[16] The three finalists were announced on 2 December 2016.[17]

Mohd Faiz Subri won the award with over 59% of the vote.[18]

Rank Player Match Competition Date Percent
The finalists
1 Malaysia Mohd Faiz Subri PenangPahang 2016 Liga Super 16 February 2016 59.46%
2 Brazil Marlone CorinthiansCobresal 2016 Copa Libertadores 21 April 2016 22.86%
3 Venezuela Daniuska Rodríguez VenezuelaColombia 2016 South American Under-17 Women's Football Championship 14 March 2016 10.01%
Other candidates
Spain Mario Gaspar SpainEngland International friendly 13 November 2015 7.68%
South Africa Hlompho Kekana CameroonSouth Africa 2017 Africa Cup of Nations qualification 26 March 2016
Argentina Lionel Messi United StatesArgentina Copa América Centenario 21 June 2016
Brazil Neymar BarcelonaVillarreal 2015–16 La Liga 8 November 2015
Spain Saúl Ñíguez Atlético MadridBayern Munich 2015–16 UEFA Champions League 27 April 2016
Wales Hal Robson-Kanu WalesBelgium UEFA Euro 2016 1 July 2016
Finland Simon Skrabb Gefle IFÅtvidabergs FF 2015 Allsvenskan 31 October 2015

FIFA Fan Award

The three nominees were announced on 9 December 2016.[19] It was the first time that this award was given.

Borussia Dortmund and Liverpool supporters won the award with nearly 46% of the vote.[20]

Rank Fans Match Competition Date Percent
1 Borussia Dortmund and Liverpool supporters LiverpoolBorussia Dortmund 2015–16 UEFA Europa League 14 April 2016 45.92%
2 Iceland supporters FranceIceland UEFA Euro 2016 3 July 2016 31.37%
3 ADO Den Haag supporters FeyenoordADO Den Haag 2016–17 Eredivisie 11 September 2016 22.71%

FIFA FIFPro World11

The 55–player men's shortlist was announced on 1 December 2016.[21]

The players chosen included Manuel Neuer as goalkeeper, Dani Alves, Gerard Piqué, Sergio Ramos, and Marcelo as defenders, Luka Modrić, Toni Kroos, and Andrés Iniesta as midfielders, and Lionel Messi, Luis Suárez, and Cristiano Ronaldo as forwards.[22]

9 out of the 11 players played in La Liga.

Name Club(s)
Goalkeeper
Germany Manuel Neuer Germany Bayern Munich
Defenders
Brazil Dani Alves
Spain Gerard Piqué Spain Barcelona
Spain Sergio Ramos Spain Real Madrid
Brazil Marcelo Spain Real Madrid
Midfielders
Croatia Luka Modrić Spain Real Madrid
Germany Toni Kroos Spain Real Madrid
Spain Andrés Iniesta Spain Barcelona
Forwards
Argentina Lionel Messi Spain Barcelona
Uruguay Luis Suárez Spain Barcelona
Portugal Cristiano Ronaldo Spain Real Madrid
Other candidates
Name Club(s)
Goalkeepers
Chile Claudio Bravo
Italy Gianluigi Buffon Italy Juventus
Spain David de Gea England Manchester United
Costa Rica Keylor Navas Spain Real Madrid
Defenders
Austria David Alaba Germany Bayern Munich
Spain Jordi Alba Spain Barcelona
Ivory Coast Serge Aurier France Paris Saint-Germain
Spain Héctor Bellerín England Arsenal
Germany Jérôme Boateng Germany Bayern Munich
Italy Leonardo Bonucci Italy Juventus
Spain Dani Carvajal Spain Real Madrid
Italy Giorgio Chiellini Italy Juventus
Brazil David Luiz
Uruguay Diego Godín Spain Atlético Madrid
Germany Mats Hummels
Germany Philipp Lahm Germany Bayern Munich
Argentina Javier Mascherano Spain Barcelona
Portugal Pepe Spain Real Madrid
Brazil Thiago Silva France Paris Saint-Germain
France Raphaël Varane Spain Real Madrid
Midfielders
Spain Xabi Alonso Germany Bayern Munich
Spain Sergio Busquets Spain Barcelona
Belgium Kevin De Bruyne England Manchester City
Belgium Eden Hazard England Chelsea
France N'Golo Kanté
Germany Mesut Özil England Arsenal
France Dimitri Payet England West Ham United
France Paul Pogba
Croatia Ivan Rakitić Spain Barcelona
Spain David Silva England Manchester City
Italy Marco Verratti France Paris Saint-Germain
Chile Arturo Vidal Germany Bayern Munich
Forwards
Argentina Sergio Agüero England Manchester City
Wales Gareth Bale Spain Real Madrid
France Karim Benzema Spain Real Madrid
Argentina Paulo Dybala Italy Juventus
France Antoine Griezmann Spain Atlético Madrid
Argentina Gonzalo Higuaín
Sweden Zlatan Ibrahimović
Poland Robert Lewandowski Germany Bayern Munich
Germany Thomas Müller Germany Bayern Munich
Brazil Neymar Spain Barcelona
Chile Alexis Sánchez England Arsenal
England Jamie Vardy England Leicester City

See also

References

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  2. ^ "The fans take centre stage". FIFA.com. 31 October 2016. Retrieved 31 October 2016. 
  3. ^ "Eva Longoria to host Best FIFA Football Awards with Marco Schreyl". ESPN. 3 January 2017. Retrieved 10 January 2017. 
  4. ^ "The Best Fifa Football Awards 2016: Cristiano Ronaldo wins best in show as Claudio Ranieri and Liverpool carry the torch for English game". Telegraph. 9 January 2017. Retrieved 10 January 2017. 
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