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European Sports Media (ESM), formerly European Sports Magazines, is a European association of football related publications.

ESM Members[edit]

The members of this group elect each month a European "Team of the Month", and annually a European "Team of the Year".

The founding member magazines of ESM were:

In 1997, Onze Mondial were replaced by France Football as French representatives; Sport disappeared at the end of 1999 due to bankruptcy; France Football left the group before the 2001–02 season; in their place, Sport Express (Russia) were added at the beginning of 2002, and Fanatik (Turkey) entered the group at the beginning of 2003. During the summer of that year, Tipsbladet (Denmark) joined the group. Since 2013, SO FOOT is the French representative for ESM. [1]

Since 2004, Afrique Football (France) joined ESM as an associated member.

In 2007, Soccer Weekly of China was accepted as the 10th member of the ESM, the first outside Europe.

In January 2012, ESM consists of:

ESM Golden Shoe[edit]

Main article: European Golden Shoe

Since 1996 the ESM rewards Europe's best strikers with the European Golden Shoe.

ESM Team of the Year[edit]

1994–95[edit]

Goalkeeper[2] Defenders[2] Midfielders[2] Forwards[2]

Portugal Vítor Baía

Netherlands Danny Blind
Italy Paolo Maldini
Netherlands Frank Rijkaard
Germany Matthias Sammer

Denmark Michael Laudrup
Finland Jari Litmanen
Italy Gianfranco Zola

Germany Jürgen Klinsmann
England Alan Shearer
Chile Iván Zamorano

1995–96[edit]

Goalkeeper[2] Defenders[2] Midfielders[2] Forwards[2]

Netherlands Edwin van der Sar

France Laurent Blanc
Netherlands Danny Blind
Netherlands Frank de Boer
Italy Paolo Maldini

Italy Alessandro Del Piero
Finland Jari Litmanen
Brazil Raí
Germany Mehmet Scholl

France Eric Cantona
Liberia George Weah

1996–97[edit]

Goalkeeper[2] Defenders[2] Midfielders[2] Forwards[2]

Italy Angelo Peruzzi

France Jocelyn Angloma
Brazil Roberto Carlos
Italy Ciro Ferrara
Spain Fernando Hierro

Italy Alessandro Del Piero
Spain Luis Enrique
Spain Raúl
Netherlands Clarence Seedorf

Brazil Ronaldo
Croatia Davor Šuker

1997–98[edit]

Goalkeeper[2] Defenders[2] Midfielders[2] Forwards[2]

Italy Angelo Peruzzi

France Laurent Blanc
Brazil Roberto Carlos
Spain Fernando Hierro
England Gary Neville

Italy Alessandro Del Piero
Portugal Luís Figo
Argentina Fernando Redondo
France Zinedine Zidane

Brazil Ronaldo
Italy Christian Vieri

1998–99[edit]

Goalkeeper[2] Defenders[2] Midfielders[2] Forwards[2]

Argentina Carlos Roa

France Laurent Blanc
France Bixente Lizarazu
Netherlands Jaap Stam
France Lilian Thuram

England David Beckham
Germany Stefan Effenberg
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Siniša Mihajlović
Brazil Rivaldo

Argentina Gabriel Batistuta
Spain Raúl

1999–2000[edit]

Goalkeeper[2] Defenders[2] Midfielders[2] Forwards[2]

Germany Oliver Kahn

France Jocelyn Angloma
Brazil Roberto Carlos
Italy Paolo Maldini
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Siniša Mihajlović

Portugal Luís Figo
Republic of Ireland Roy Keane
Brazil Rivaldo
Argentina Juan Sebastián Verón

Spain Raúl
Ukraine Andriy Shevchenko

2000–01[edit]

Goalkeeper[2] Defenders[2] Midfielders[2] Forwards[2]

Germany Oliver Kahn

France Jocelyn Angloma
Brazil Roberto Carlos
Finland Sami Hyypiä
Italy Alessandro Nesta

Spain Gaizka Mendieta
Czech Republic Pavel Nedvěd
Germany Mehmet Scholl
Italy Francesco Totti

Argentina Hernán Crespo
England Michael Owen

2001–02[edit]

Goalkeeper[2] Defenders[2] Midfielders[2] Forwards[2]

Italy Francesco Toldo

Brazil Roberto Carlos
Brazil Lúcio
Spain Carles Puyol
Argentina Walter Samuel

Germany Michael Ballack
Spain Rubén Baraja
Sweden Fredrik Ljungberg
France Zinedine Zidane

Netherlands Ruud van Nistelrooy
France Thierry Henry

2002–03[edit]

Goalkeeper[2] Defenders[2] Midfielders[2] Forwards[2]

Italy Gianluigi Buffon

Italy Paolo Maldini
Spain Carles Puyol
France Lilian Thuram
Belgium Daniel Van Buyten

Brazil Roberto Carlos
Czech Republic Pavel Nedvěd
France Zinedine Zidane

Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Mateja Kežman
Netherlands Roy Makaay
Italy Christian Vieri

2003–04[edit]

Goalkeeper[2] Defenders[2] Midfielders[2] Forwards[2]

Germany Timo Hildebrand

Argentina Roberto Ayala
Brazil Roberto Carlos
Portugal Paulo Ferreira
Argentina Walter Samuel

France Ludovic Giuly
Brazil Ronaldinho
Italy Francesco Totti
France Zinedine Zidane

France Thierry Henry
Ukraine Andriy Shevchenko

2004–05[edit]

Goalkeeper[2] Defenders[2] Midfielders[2] Forwards[2]

Czech Republic Petr Čech

Italy Fabio Cannavaro
Spain Carles Puyol
England John Terry

Portugal Deco
England Frank Lampard
Brazil Ronaldinho
Netherlands Mark van Bommel

Cameroon Samuel Eto'o
Netherlands Arjen Robben
Ukraine Andriy Shevchenko

2005–06[edit]

Goalkeeper[2] Defenders[2] Midfielders[2] Forwards[2]

Czech Republic Petr Čech

Brazil Cris
Brazil Lúcio
Spain Carles Puyol

Argentina Esteban Cambiasso
England Frank Lampard
Brazil Juninho Pernambucano
Brazil Ronaldinho

Cameroon Samuel Eto'o
France Thierry Henry
Argentina Lionel Messi

2006–07[edit]

Goalkeeper[3] Defenders[3] Midfielders[3] Forwards[3]

France Grégory Coupet

Brazil Daniel Alves
Italy Marco Materazzi
Serbia Nemanja Vidić

Brazil Juninho Pernambucano
Portugal Cristiano Ronaldo
Serbia Dejan Stanković
Italy Francesco Totti

Ivory Coast Didier Drogba
Sweden Zlatan Ibrahimović
Mali Frédéric Kanouté

2007–08[edit]

Goalkeeper[3] Defenders[3] Midfielders[3] Forwards[3]

Spain Iker Casillas

England Rio Ferdinand
France William Gallas
Italy Christian Panucci
Spain Sergio Ramos

Spain Cesc Fàbregas
France Franck Ribéry
Portugal Cristiano Ronaldo

Sweden Zlatan Ibrahimović
Argentina Lionel Messi
Spain Fernando Torres

2008–09[edit]

Goalkeeper[4] Defenders[4] Midfielders[4] Forwards[4]

Netherlands Edwin van der Sar

Brazil Daniel Alves
Brazil Maicon
England John Terry
Serbia Nemanja Vidić

England Steven Gerrard
Argentina Lionel Messi
Spain Xavi

Cameroon Samuel Eto'o
Brazil Grafite
Bosnia and Herzegovina Vedad Ibišević

2009–10[edit]

Goalkeeper[5] Defenders[5] Midfielders[5] Forwards[5]

Brazil Júlio César

Brazil Lúcio
Brazil Maicon
England John Terry

Brazil Daniel Alves
Spain Cesc Fàbregas
England Frank Lampard
Netherlands Wesley Sneijder

Argentina Lionel Messi
Netherlands Arjen Robben
England Wayne Rooney

2010–11[edit]

Goalkeeper[6] Defenders[6] Midfielders[6] Forwards[6]

Spain Víctor Valdés

Brazil Daniel Alves
Germany Mats Hummels
Spain Gerard Piqué
Serbia Nemanja Vidić

Spain Andrés Iniesta
Turkey Nuri Şahin
Spain Xavi

Cameroon Samuel Eto'o
Argentina Lionel Messi
Portugal Cristiano Ronaldo

2011–12[edit]

Goalkeeper[7] Defenders[7] Midfielders[7] Forwards[7]

Germany Manuel Neuer

Brazil Daniel Alves
Germany Mats Hummels
Belgium Vincent Kompany
Spain Sergio Ramos

Japan Shinji Kagawa
Italy Andrea Pirlo
Spain Xavi

Argentina Lionel Messi
Netherlands Robin van Persie
Portugal Cristiano Ronaldo

2012–13[edit]

Goalkeeper[8] Defenders[8] Midfielders[8] Forwards[8]

Germany Manuel Neuer

Germany Philipp Lahm
Brazil Dante
Italy Giorgio Chiellini

Germany Bastian Schweinsteiger
Germany İlkay Gündoğan
Germany Thomas Müller

Wales Gareth Bale
Argentina Lionel Messi
Sweden Zlatan Ibrahimović
Portugal Cristiano Ronaldo

2013–14[edit]

Goalkeeper[9] Defenders[9] Midfielders[9] Forwards[9]

Belgium Thibaut Courtois

Spain Gerard Pique
Portugal Pepe
Morocco Mehdi Benatia
Austria David Alaba

Ivory Coast Yaya Touré
Germany Philipp Lahm
Chile Arturo Vidal

Portugal Cristiano Ronaldo
Uruguay Luis Suárez
Sweden Zlatan Ibrahimović

By player[edit]

Player Wins
7 Roberto Carlos
Lionel Messi
6 Cristiano Ronaldo
5 Daniel Alves
4 Samuel Eto'o
Paolo Maldini
Carles Puyol
Zinedine Zidane
Zlatan Ibrahimović
3 Raúl
Thierry Henry
Frank Lampard
Lúcio
Alessandro Del Piero
Ronaldinho
Andriy Shevchenko
John Terry
Francesco Totti
Nemanja Vidić
Xavi

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.eusm.eu/magazines.htm
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq ar as at au av "ESM XI". The Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation. Retrieved 5 June 2012. 
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h "Special ESM Squads". European Football Statistics. Retrieved 5 June 2012. 
  4. ^ a b c d "ESM har sammensat det bedste fra Europa." (in Danish). Fodbold. Retrieved 5 June 2012. 
  5. ^ a b c d "歐洲09/10賽季最佳陣容" (in Chinese). SINA.com HK - 新浪網 香港. Retrieved 5 June 2012. 
  6. ^ a b c d "ESM Team of the season". World Soccer. Retrieved 5 June 2012. 
  7. ^ a b c d "Eén landgenoot in ESM Elftal van het Seizoen" (in Dutch). ElfVoetbal.nl. Retrieved 5 June 2012. 
  8. ^ a b c d "ESM-Top-11: Nur Torres und Ivanovic durchbrechen Bundesliga-Phalanx" (in German). kicker.de. 12 June 2013. Retrieved 15 June 2014. 
  9. ^ a b c d "Die ESM-Topelf der Saison 2013/14 - ein Deutscher ist dabei" (in German). kicker.de. Retrieved 15 June 2014. 

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