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Ballon d'Or 1982

The 1982 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 Paolo Rossi on 28 December 1982.[1]

Rossi was the third Italian national to win the award after Omar Sívori (1961) and Gianni Rivera (1969). He was the second Juventus player to win the trophy after Omar Sívori (1961).[2]

Rankings

Rank Name Club Nationality Points
1 Paolo Rossi Juventus  Italy 115
2 Alain Giresse[notes 1] Bordeaux  France 64
3 Zbigniew Boniek Juventus  Poland 53
4 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge[notes 2] Bayern Munich  West Germany 51
5 Bruno Conti Roma  Italy 48
6 Rinat Dasayev Spartak Moscow  Soviet Union 17
7 Pierre Littbarski 1. FC Köln  West Germany 10
8 Dino Zoff Juventus  Italy 9
9 Michel Platini Juventus  France 5
10 Bernd Schuster Barcelona  West Germany 4
11 Giancarlo Antognoni Fiorentina  Italy 3
12 Bruno Pezzey Eintracht Frankfurt  Austria 2
Gaetano Scirea Juventus  Italy 2
Eric Gerets Standard Liège  Belgium 2
15 Paul Breitner Bayern Munich  West Germany 1
Torbjörn Nilsson IFK Göteborg  Sweden 1
Walter Schachner Cesena  Austria 1
Marco Tardelli Juventus  Italy 1
Marius Trésor Bordeaux  France 1

Notes

References

External links

  • Official Ballon d'Or page
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