Ballon d'Or 1989

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1989 Ballon d'Or
Marco Van Basten Pallone d'Oro (Milan).jpg
1989 Ballon d'Or winner Marco van Basten
Dates 1989

The 1989 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 Marco van Basten on 26 December 1989.[1]

There were 27 voters, from Albania, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, Denmark, East Germany, England, Finland, France, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Republic of Ireland, Romania, Scotland, Soviet Union, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, West Germany and Yugoslavia.

Van Basten was awarded to Ballon d'Or for the second time.


Rank Name Club Nationality Points
1 Marco van Basten Italy Milan  Netherlands 119
2 Franco Baresi Italy Milan  Italy 80
3 Frank Rijkaard Italy Milan  Netherlands 43
4 Lothar Matthäus Italy Internazionale  West Germany 24
5 Peter Shilton England Derby County  England 22
6 Dragan Stojković Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Crvena Zvezda  Yugoslavia 19
7 Ruud Gullit Italy Milan  Netherlands 16
8 Gheorghe Hagi Romania Steaua București  Romania 11
Jürgen Klinsmann Italy Internazionale  West Germany 11
10 Jean-Pierre Papin France Marseille  France 10
Michel Preud'homme Belgium Mechelen  Belgium 10
12 Oleksiy Mykhaylychenko Soviet Union Dynamo Kyiv  Soviet Union 6
13 Míchel Spain Real Madrid  Spain 5
14 Andreas Brehme Italy Internazionale  West Germany 3
Paulo Futre Spain Atlético Madrid  Portugal 3
Karl-Heinz Riedle West Germany Werder  West Germany 3
17 John Barnes England Liverpool  England 2
Pat Bonner Scotland Celtic  Republic of Ireland 2
Glenn Hysén England Liverpool  Sweden 2
Oleh Kuznetsov Soviet Union Dynamo Kyiv  Soviet Union 2
Andreas Möller West Germany Borussia Dortmund  West Germany 2
Julio Salinas Spain Barcelona  Spain 2
23 Thomas Häßler West Germany 1. FC Köln  West Germany 1
Ronald Koeman Spain Barcelona  Netherlands 1
Robby Langers France OGC Nice  Luxembourg 1
Gary Lineker England Tottenham Hotspur  England 1
Paolo Maldini Italy Milan  Italy 1
Theo Snelders Scotland Aberdeen  Netherlands 1
Gianluca Vialli Italy Sampdoria  Italy 1
Oleksandr Zavarov Italy Juventus  Soviet Union 1


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