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2004 FIFA World Player of the Year

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2004 FIFA World Player of the Year

The 2004 FIFA World Player of the Year award was won by Brazilian Ronaldinho for the first time, Thierry Henry finished second for the second year in succession.

Results

Men

Rank Player Points Team
1 Ronaldinho 620 Barcelona
2 Thierry Henry 552 Arsenal
3 Andriy Shevchenko 253 Milan
4 Pavel Nedvěd 178 Juventus
5 Zinedine Zidane 150 Real Madrid
6 Adriano 98 Internazionale
7 Deco 96 Barcelona
Porto
Ronaldo 96 Real Madrid
9 Ruud van Nistelrooy 67 Manchester United
10 Kaká 64 Milan
Wayne Rooney 64 Everton
Manchester United
12 Didier Drogba 46 Marseille
Chelsea
13 Cristiano Ronaldo 45 Manchester United
14 Samuel Eto'o 42 Mallorca
Barcelona
15 Luís Figo 35 Real Madrid
David Beckham 35 Real Madrid
17 Raúl 25 Real Madrid
Theodoros Zagorakis 25 AEK Athens
Bologna
19 Roberto Ayala 24 Valencia
20 Michael Owen 22 Liverpool
Real Madrid
21 Roberto Carlos 19 Real Madrid
Paolo Maldini 19 Milan
Gianluigi Buffon 19 Juventus
24 Roy Makaay 17 Bayern Munich
25 Robert Pirès 15 Arsenal
26 Frank Lampard 13 Chelsea
27 Cafu 10 Milan
28 Michael Ballack 9 Bayern Munich
Milan Baroš 9 Liverpool

Women

Rank Player Club Points
1 Birgit Prinz FFC Frankfurt 376
2 Mia Hamm 286
3 Marta Santa Cruz
Umeå IK
281
4 Abby Wambach 126
5 Kristine Lilly Boston Breakers 109
5 Hanna Ljungberg Umeå IK 109
7 Shannon Boxx 102
8 Renate Lingor FFC Frankfurt 89
8 Victoria Svensson Djurgårdens IF 89
10 Cristiane 80
11 Pretinha 68
12 Formiga Malmö FF 54
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