Laureus World Sports Award for Team of the Year

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List of winners and nominees of the Laureus World Sports Awards: Team of the Year. Winning team is bolded and shaded in gray.

List of winners and nominees[edit]

2000 England Manchester United (England) Football (Soccer)
Australia Australia Rugby Union Team (Australia) Rugby Union
United States United States Women's Football Team (USA) Football (Soccer)
2001 France France Men's Football Team (France) Football (Soccer)
Australia Australia Men's Cricket Team (Australia) Cricket
Cameroon Cameroon Olympic Football Team (Cameroon) Football (Soccer)
United States New York Yankees (USA) Baseball
Spain Real Madrid (Spain) Football (Soccer)
2002 Australia Australia Men's Cricket Team (Australia) Cricket
Germany Bayern Munich (Germany) Football (Soccer)
France French Davis Cup Team (France) Tennis
Italy Scuderia Ferrari (Italy) Formula One
United States Los Angeles Lakers (USA) Basketball
2003 Brazil Brazil Men's Football Team (Brazil) Football (Soccer)
Canada Canada Men's Ice Hockey Team (Canada) Ice hockey
European Union European Ryder Cup Team (Europe) Golf
Italy Scuderia Ferrari (Italy) Formula One
Spain Real Madrid (Spain) Football (Soccer)
2004 England England Rugby Union Team (England) Rugby Union
Italy AC Milan (Italy) Football (Soccer)
Switzerland Alinghi America's Cup Team (Switzerland) Yachting
Australia Australia Men's Cricket Team (Australia) Cricket
Italy Scuderia Ferrari (Italy) Formula One
Germany Germany Women's Football Team (Germany) Football (Soccer)
2005 Greece Greece Men's Football Team (Greece) Football (Soccer)
Argentina Argentina Men's Olympic Basketball Team (Argentina) Basketball
United States Boston Red Sox (USA) Baseball
European Union European Ryder Cup Team (Europe) Golf
Portugal FC Porto (Portugal) Football (Soccer)
Italy Scuderia Ferrari (Italy) Formula One
2006 France Renault Formula One Team (France) Formula One
Spain FC Barcelona (Spain) Football (Soccer)
Croatia Croatia Davis Cup Team (Croatia) Tennis
England Liverpool F.C. (England) Football (Soccer)
New Zealand New Zealand Rugby Union Team (New Zealand) Rugby Union
United States San Antonio Spurs (USA) Basketball
2007 Italy Italy Men's Football Team (Italy) Football (Soccer)
New Zealand New Zealand Rugby Union Team (New Zealand) Rugby Union
Spain FC Barcelona (Spain) Football (Soccer)
European Union European Ryder Cup Team (Europe) Golf
France Renault F1 Team (France) Formula One
Spain Spanish Basketball Team (Spain) Basketball
2008 South Africa South African Rugby Union Team (South Africa) Rugby Union
Australia Australia Men's Cricket Team (Australia) Cricket
Italy Scuderia Ferrari (Italy) Formula One
Germany Germany women's national football team (Germany) Football (Soccer)
Iraq Iraq Football Team (Iraq) Football (Soccer)
Italy AC Milan (Italy) Football (Soccer)
2009 China China Olympic Team (China) Olympics
United States Boston Celtics (USA) Basketball
United Kingdom Great Britain Olympic Cycling Team (Great Britain) Cycling
Jamaica Jamaica Olympic Sprint Team (Jamaica) Athletics
England Manchester United (England) Football (Soccer)
Spain Spain national football team (Spain) Football (Soccer)
2010[1] United Kingdom Brawn Formula One Team (Great Britain) Formula One
Spain FC Barcelona (Spain) Football (Soccer)
United States New York Yankees (USA) Baseball
Germany Germany women's national football team (Germany) Football (Soccer)
United States Los Angeles Lakers (USA) Basketball
South Africa South African Rugby Union Team (South Africa) Rugby Union
2011[2] Spain Spain Men's Football Team (Spain) Football (Soccer)
Italy FC Internazionale (Italy) Football (Soccer)
New Zealand All Blacks (New Zealand) Rugby Union
European Union European Ryder Cup Team (Europe) Golf
United States Los Angeles Lakers (USA) Basketball
Austria Red Bull Formula One Team (Austria) Formula One
2012[3] Spain FC Barcelona (Spain) Football (Soccer)
New Zealand All Blacks (New Zealand) Rugby Union
England England Cricket Team (England) Cricket
Japan Japan Women's Football Team (Japan) Football (Soccer)
United States Dallas Mavericks (USA) Basketball
Austria Red Bull Formula One Team (Austria) Formula One
2013 European Union European Ryder Cup Team (Europe) Golf
China China Olympic Table Tennis Team (China) Table Tennis
United States Miami Heat (USA) Basketball
Austria Red Bull Formula One Team (Austria) Formula One
Spain Spain Men's Football Team (Spain) Football (Soccer)
United States United States Men's Basketball Team (USA) Basketball
2014 Germany Bayern Munich (Germany) Football (Soccer)
New Zealand All Blacks (New Zealand) Rugby
Brazil Brazil Men's Football Team (Brazil) Football (Soccer)
United States Bob and Mike Bryan (USA) Tennis
United States Miami Heat (USA) Basketball
Austria Red Bull Formula One Team (Austria) Formula One

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "2010 Laureus World Sports Awards Winners are Announced". Laureus Foundation. 10 March 2010. Retrieved 10 March 2010. 
  2. ^ "Spain World Cup stars and Rafael Nadal head strong team of Spanish Nominees 2011". Laureus Foundation. 10 January 2011. Retrieved 14 January 2011. 
  3. ^ "2012 Nominees announced". Laureus Foundation. 6 February 2012. Retrieved 15 July 2012.