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The International Federation of Football History & Statistics (IFFHS) is an organization that chronicles the history and records of association football.[2][3][4] It was founded on 27 March 1984 in Leipzig
Leipzig
by Dr. Alfredo Pöge with the blessings of general secretary of the FIFA
FIFA
at the time, Dr. Helmut Käser.[2] The IFFHS
IFFHS
was based at Al-Muroor Street 147, Abu Dhabi
Abu Dhabi
for some time but, in 2010, relocated to Bonn, Germany.[5] During its early stages, and until 2002, the IFFHS
IFFHS
concentrated on publishing the quarterly magazines Fußball-Weltzeitschrift, Libero spezial deutsch and Libero international.[6] When these had to be discontinued for reasons which were not officially told, the organization published its material in a series of multi-lingual books in co-operation with sponsors.[7] The statistical organization has now confined its publishing activities to its website, receiving support from FIFA,[7] organization that recognise the IFFHS
IFFHS
and its work[4][7] although the latter has no affiliation with the football's governing body.[8]

Contents

1 Club World Ranking

1.1 Criteria 1.2 Current ranking 1.3 The World's Club Team of the Year 1.4 The World's Club Team of the Decade

2 Continental Clubs of the 20th Century 3 IFFHS
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Top 200 European clubs of the 20th century 4 IFFHS
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Strongest National League of the World 5 IFFHS
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World's Best Club Coach 6 IFFHS
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World's Best National Coach 7 IFFHS
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World's Best Goalkeeper 8 IFFHS
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World's Best Top Division Goal Scorer 9 IFFHS
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World's Best Top Goal Scorer 10 IFFHS
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World's Most Effective Top Division Goal Scorer of the Year 11 IFFHS
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World's Best Playmaker 12 IFFHS
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World's Best Player 13 IFFHS
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Men's World Team 14 IFFHS
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World's Best Referee 15 IFFHS
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Player of the Century 16 IFFHS
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World's Women Best Playmaker 17 IFFHS
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World's Women Best Goalkeeper 18 IFFHS
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World's Best Woman Club 19 IFFHS
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Women's World Team 20 IFFHS
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World's Best Woman Referee 21 IFFHS
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Female Player of the Century 22 Criticism 23 References 24 External links

Club World Ranking[edit]

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Since 1991, the entity has produced a monthly Club World Ranking. The ranking takes into consideration the results of twelve months of continental and intercontinental competitions, national league matches (including play-offs) and the most important national cup (excluding points won before the round of 16). All countries are rated at four levels based upon the national league performance—clubs in the highest level leagues receive 4 points for each match won, 2 for a draw and 0 for a defeat. Level 2 is assigned 3 pts. (win), 1.5 (draw) and 0 (lost), and so on with the next lower levels. In continental competitions, all clubs receive the same number of points at all stages regardless of the performance level of their leagues. However, the UEFA Champions League
UEFA Champions League
and the Copa Libertadores yield more points than UEFA Europa League
UEFA Europa League
and Copa Sudamericana, respectively. The point assignment system is still lower for the AFC, CAF, CONCACAF
CONCACAF
and OFC continental tournaments. Competitions between two continents are evaluated depending upon their importance. Competitions not organized by a continental confederation, or any intercontinental events not recognized by FIFA, are not taken into consideration. Criteria[edit]

Criteria for national competitions:[9]

Competition Points for a win Points for a draw

National Leagues in Level 1 4.00 2.00

National Leagues in Level 2 3.00 1.50

National Leagues in Level 3 2.00 1.00

National Leagues in Level 4 1.00 0.50

Criteria for international competitions:[9]

Competition Points for a win Points for a draw

UEFA
UEFA
Champions League 14.0 7.0

UEFA
UEFA
Europa League 12.0 6.0

Copa Libertadores 14.0 7.0

Copa Sudamericana 12.0 6.0

CAF Champions League 9.0 4.5

CAF Cup 7.0 3.5

AFC Champions League 9.0 4.5

AFC Cup 7.0 3.5

CONCACAF
CONCACAF
Champions League 9.0 4.5

OFC Champions League 5.0 2.5

FIFA
FIFA
Club World Cup (semi-finals) 14.0 7.0

FIFA
FIFA
Club World Cup (final)[10] 21.0 10.5

Current ranking[edit] Last updated: 16 January 2018 - [1]

Top 10 (Club World Ranking 2017)

Pos. Team Confederation Points

1 Real Madrid UEFA 328.0

2 Grêmio CONMEBOL 286.0

3 Manchester United UEFA 284.0

4 Barcelona UEFA 269.0

5 Paris Saint-Germain UEFA 266.0

6 Flamengo CONMEBOL 256.0

7 Juventus UEFA 254.0

8 Bayern München UEFA 250.0

9 Manchester City UEFA 244.0

10 FC Salzburg UEFA 240.5

The World's Club Team of the Year[edit] The following table shows the clubs that finished top of the ranking for each year since 1991:[11]

1991 - Roma[12] 1992 - Ajax[13] 1993 - Juventus[14] 1994 - Paris Saint-Germain[15] 1995 - Milan[16] 1996 - Juventus[17] 1997 - Barcelona[18] 1998 - Inter Milan[19] 1999 - Manchester United[20] 2000 - Real Madrid[21] 2001 - Liverpool[22] 2002 - Real Madrid[23] 2003 - Milan[24] 2004 - Valencia[25] 2005 - Liverpool[26] 2006 - Sevilla[27] 2007 - Sevilla[28] 2008 - Manchester United[29] 2009 - Barcelona[30] 2010 - Inter Milan[31] 2011 - Barcelona[32] 2012 - Barcelona 2013 - Bayern Munich[33] 2014 - Real Madrid[34] 2015 - Barcelona[35] 2016 - Atlético Nacional[36] 2017 - Real Madrid[37]

IFFHS
IFFHS
recognised these clubs as The World's Club Team of the Year and were awarded with a golden trophy and a certificate during the World Football Gala.[11] The World's Club Team of the Decade[edit] In 2012, IFFHS
IFFHS
recognised Barcelona as the World's Best Club Team of the Decade for the first decade of the 21st century (2001–2010).[38] Continental Clubs of the 20th Century[edit] In 2009, the IFFHS
IFFHS
released the results of a statistical study which determined the best continental clubs of the 20th century.[39] The ranking did not consider the performance of the teams in national football tournaments (except in the Oceania's club ranking due to limited editions held under OFC club competitions), the performance in the intercontinental or worldwide club competitions or those submitted in the IFFHS
IFFHS
Club World Ranking, available since 1991.[40] Based on this statistical study series, the below six clubs were named as "continental clubs of the century" by the IFFHS
IFFHS
between 10 September and 13 October 2009. These clubs were awarded with a golden trophy and a certificate during the World Football Gala celebrated at Fulham, London, on 11 May 2010.[41][42]

Region Team

Europe Real Madrid

South America Peñarol

Africa Asante Kotoko[43]

Asia Al-Hilal

Central and North America Saprissa

Oceania South Melbourne

IFFHS
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Top 200 European clubs of the 20th century[edit] Main article: IFFHS
IFFHS
Top 200 European clubs of the 20th century IFFHS
IFFHS
Strongest National League of the World[edit]

Year League

1991 Italy

1992 Italy

1993 Italy

1994 Italy

1995 Italy

1996 Italy

1997 Germany

1998 Italy

1999 Italy

2000 Spain

2001 Spain

2002 Spain

2003 Italy

2004 Spain

2005 England

2006 Italy

2007 England

2008 England

2009 England

2010 Spain

2011 Spain

2012 Spain

2013 Spain

2014 Spain

2015 Spain

2016 Spain[44]

2017 Spain[45]

Source:[46]

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World's Best Club Coach[edit] Main article: IFFHS
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World's Best Club Coach IFFHS
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World's Best National Coach[edit] Main article: IFFHS
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World's Best National Coach IFFHS
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World's Best Goalkeeper[edit] Main article: IFFHS
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World's Best Goalkeeper IFFHS
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World's Best Top Division Goal Scorer[edit]

Year Player Club

1997 Hakan Şükür Galatasaray

1998 Iván Kaviedes C.S. Emelec

1999 Mário Jardel Porto

2000 Mário Jardel Porto

2001 José Alfredo Castillo Oriente Petrolero

2002 Joaquín Botero Club Bolívar

2003 José Cardozo Deportivo Toluca F.C.

2004 Patricio Galaz Cobreloa

2005 Clemerson de Araújo Soares Gamba Osaka

2006 Klaas-Jan Huntelaar Ajax

2007 Trésor Mputu Mazembe

2008 Lucas Barrios Colo-Colo

2009 Marc Janko Red Bull Salzburg

2010 Luis Suárez Ajax

2011 Aleksandrs Čekulajevs Narva Trans

2012 Lionel Messi Barcelona

2013 Lionel Messi Barcelona

2014 Cristiano Ronaldo
Cristiano Ronaldo
and Luis Suárez Real Madrid and Liverpool/ Barcelona

2015 Cristiano Ronaldo Real Madrid

2016 Luis Suárez Barcelona

2017 Lionel Messi[47] Barcelona

Source:[46]

IFFHS
IFFHS
World's Best Top Goal Scorer[edit]

Year Player Club

1991 Jean-Pierre Papin Olympique Marseille

1992 Dennis Bergkamp Ajax

1993 Saeed Al-Owairan Al Shabab

1994 Hristo Stoichkov Barcelona

1995 Jürgen Klinsmann Tottenham/ Bayern Munich

1996 Ali Daei Persepolis/ Al Sadd

1997 Ronaldo Barcelona/ Inter Milan

1998 Jasem Al-Huwaidi Al-Salmiya SC

1999 Raúl Real Madrid

2000 Rivaldo Barcelona

2001 Hani Al-Dhabit Dhofar

2002 Ruud van Nistelrooy Manchester United

2003 Thierry Henry Arsenal

2004 Ali Daei Persepolis

2005 Adriano Inter Milan

2006 Humberto Suazo Colo-Colo

2007 Trésor Mputu TP Mazembe

2008 Rico Al-Muharraq

2009 Shinji Okazaki Shimizu S-Pulse

2010 Bader Al-Mutawa Qadsia SC

2011 Lionel Messi Barcelona

2012 Lionel Messi Barcelona

2013 Cristiano Ronaldo Real Madrid

2014 Cristiano Ronaldo Real Madrid

2015 Robert Lewandowski Bayern Munich

2016 Cristiano Ronaldo Real Madrid

2017 Cristiano Ronaldo[48] Real Madrid

Source:[46]

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World's Most Effective Top Division Goal Scorer of the Year[edit]

Year Player Club

1997 Hakan Şükür Galatasaray

1998 Masashi Nakayama Júbilo Iwata

1999 Mário Jardel Porto

2000 Hamzah Idris Al Ittihad

2001 Romário Vasco da Gama

2002 Mário Jardel Sporting CP

2003 José Cardozo Deportivo Toluca F.C.

2004 Shukhrat Mirkhaldirshayev Navbahor Namangan

Source:[49]

IFFHS
IFFHS
World's Best Playmaker[edit]

Spanish playmaker Xavi
Xavi
has won the most awards, with a record four consecutive wins between 2008 and 2011.

The IFFHS
IFFHS
World's Best Playmaker
Playmaker
is a footballing award which, since 2006, is given annually to the best playmaker of the year, as chosen by the International Federation of Football History & Statistics (IFFHS).[46]

France's Zinedine Zidane
Zinedine Zidane
was the first ever winner of the award, in 2006.

The award is awarded every January at the World Football Gala: the winning playmaker is awarded a gold trophy. Spain's Xavi
Xavi
has won the award a record four consecutive times, compatriot Andrés Iniesta
Andrés Iniesta
two times and Argentine Lionel Messi
Lionel Messi
has won the award in the last three years. Barcelona is the club with the most wins, with nine in total.

Lionel Messi
Lionel Messi
is the only player in history to have won the IFFHS
IFFHS
award in three different categories: World's Best Playmaker, World's Best Goalscorer and World's Best Top Division Goalscorer.

Year Player Club

2006 Zinedine Zidane Real Madrid

2007 Kaká Milan

2008 Xavi Barcelona

2009 Xavi Barcelona

2010 Xavi Barcelona

2011 Xavi Barcelona

2012 Andrés Iniesta Barcelona

2013 Andrés Iniesta Barcelona

2014 Toni Kroos Bayern Munich / Real Madrid

2015 Lionel Messi Barcelona

2016 Lionel Messi Barcelona

2017 Lionel Messi Barcelona

Source:[46][50][51]

IFFHS
IFFHS
World's Best Player[edit] From 1991 until 2009, FIFA
FIFA
continued this distinction named "FIFA World Player of the Year"; this award was later replaced by the FIFA Ballon d'Or in 2010, and The Best FIFA
FIFA
Men's Player in 2016.

Year Player Club

1988 Marco van Basten Milan

1989 Marco van Basten Milan

1990 Lothar Matthäus Inter

Source:[46]

IFFHS
IFFHS
Men's World Team[edit] In 2017, IFFHS
IFFHS
started to nominate a world team of the year.[52]

Season Goalkeeper Defenders Midfielders Forwards

2017 Gianluigi Buffon
Gianluigi Buffon
(Juventus) Marcelo (Real Madrid) Sergio Ramos
Sergio Ramos
(Real Madrid) Leonardo Bonucci
Leonardo Bonucci
(Juventus/Milan) Dani Alves
Dani Alves
(Juventus/Paris Saint-Germain) Luka Modrić
Luka Modrić
(Real Madrid) Toni Kroos
Toni Kroos
(Real Madrid) Kevin De Bruyne
Kevin De Bruyne
(Manchester City) Neymar
Neymar
(Barcelona/Paris Saint-Germain) Cristiano Ronaldo
Cristiano Ronaldo
(Real Madrid) Lionel Messi
Lionel Messi
(Barcelona)

Coach: Zinedine Zidane
Zinedine Zidane
(Real Madrid) IFFHS
IFFHS
World's Best Referee[edit]

Year Referee

1987 Romualdo Filho

1988 Michel Vautrot

1989 Michel Vautrot

1990 José Roberto Wright

1991 Peter Mikkelsen

1992 Aron Schmidhuber

1993 Peter Mikkelsen

1994 Sándor Puhl

1995 Sándor Puhl

1996 Sándor Puhl

1997 Sándor Puhl

1998 Pierluigi Collina

1999 Pierluigi Collina

2000 Pierluigi Collina

2001 Pierluigi Collina

2002 Pierluigi Collina

2003 Pierluigi Collina

2004 Markus Merk

2005 Markus Merk

2006 Horacio Elizondo

2007 Markus Merk

2008 Roberto Rosetti

2009 Massimo Busacca

2010 Howard Webb

2011 Viktor Kassai

2012 Pedro Proença

2013 Howard Webb

2014 Nicola Rizzoli

2015 Nicola Rizzoli

2016 Mark Clattenburg

2017 Felix Brych[53]

Source:[46]

IFFHS
IFFHS
Player of the Century[edit] Main article: FIFA
FIFA
Player of the Century § IFFHS IFFHS
IFFHS
World's Women Best Playmaker[edit]

Brazil's Marta was the first ever winner of the award, in 2012.

Year Player Club

2012 Marta Tyresö FF

2013 Lena Goeßling VfL Wolfsburg

2014 Nadine Keßler VfL Wolfsburg

2015 Carli Lloyd Houston Dash

2016 Dzsenifer Marozsán Olympique Lyon

2017 Lieke Martens[54] FC Rosengård/ Barcelona

Source:[46][55]

IFFHS
IFFHS
World's Women Best Goalkeeper[edit]

U.S goalkeeper Hope Solo
Hope Solo
has won the most awards, with a record four consecutive wins between 2012 and 2015.

Year Player Club

2012 Hope Solo Seattle Sounders Women

2013 Hope Solo Seattle Reign

2014 Hope Solo
Hope Solo
and Almuth Schult Seattle Reign / VfL Wolfsburg

2015 Hope Solo Seattle Reign

2016 Sarah Bouhaddi Olympique Lyon

2017 Sarah Bouhaddi[56] Olympique Lyon

Source:[46]

IFFHS
IFFHS
World's Best Woman Club[edit]

Year Club

2012 Olympique Lyon

2013 VfL Wolfsburg

2014 VfL Wolfsburg

2015 Olympique Lyon

2016 Olympique Lyon

2017 Olympique Lyon[57]

Source:[46]

IFFHS
IFFHS
Women's World Team[edit] In 2017, IFFHS
IFFHS
started to nominate a world team of the year.[58]

Season Goalkeeper Defenders Midfielders Forwards

2017 Sarah Bouhaddi
Sarah Bouhaddi
(Olympique Lyon) Anouk Dekker
Anouk Dekker
(Montpellier) Wendie Renard
Wendie Renard
(Olympique Lyon) Steph Houghton
Steph Houghton
(Manchester City) Lucy Bronze
Lucy Bronze
(Olympique Lyon) Dzsenifer Marozsán
Dzsenifer Marozsán
(Olympique Lyon) Carli Lloyd
Carli Lloyd
(Houston Dash) Pernille Harder (VFL Wolfsburg) Lieke Martens
Lieke Martens
(Barcelona) Alex Morgan
Alex Morgan
(Orlando Pride) Sam Kerr
Sam Kerr
(Sky Blue FC)

Coach: Sarina Wiegman (Netherlands) IFFHS
IFFHS
World's Best Woman Referee[edit]

Year Referee

2012 Jenny Palmqvist

2013 Bibiana Steinhaus

2014 Bibiana Steinhaus

2015 Kateryna Monzul

2016 Katalin Kulcsar

2017 Bibiana Steinhaus[59]

Source:[46]

IFFHS
IFFHS
Female Player of the Century[edit] IFFHS
IFFHS
gave out an award decided by votes which was conducted with the participation of journalists and former players (no further details given).[60]

Player Nationality Votes

1 Mia Hamm  United States 442

2 Michelle Akers  United States 411

3 Heidi Mohr  Germany 250

4 Carolina Morace  Italy 230

5 Sissi  Brazil 212

6 Linda Medalen  Norway 181

7 Liu Ailing  China PR 165

8 Kristine Lilly  United States 160

9 Heidi Støre  Norway 141

10 Pia Sundhage  Sweden 129

Criticism[edit] Karl Lennartz, a sports historian and professor at the University of Cologne, Germany, called the organization "obscure", describing it as a one-man show of its founder Alfredo Pöge.[61] The IFFHS
IFFHS
rankings and their significance have been a matter of criticism and the largest German news agency, Deutsche Presse-Agentur, refuse to publish them.[62] Furthermore, it has been stated that the rankings of the IFFHS
IFFHS
are not official and the titles they bear serve merely for publicity.[61] References[edit]

^ http://www.iffhs.de/saleh-salem-bahwini-is-the-new-president-of-the-iffhs/ ^ a b "The History of IFFHS". IFFHS
IFFHS
official website. Retrieved 2009-09-14.  ^ Rafa Jiménez, IFFHS: La calculadora del fútbol. Don Balón
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(1656), 9/15 julio 2007, p.50 ^ a b "¿Qué es la IFFHS?". El Mundo Deportivo. 8 January 2010. Retrieved 2010-01-20.  ^ "International Federation of Football History & Statistics". IFFHS
IFFHS
official website. Retrieved 2009-09-14.  ^ A couple of former Weltzeitschrift cover pages can be looked up at ^ a b c Rafa Jiménez, IFFHS: La calculadora del fútbol. Don Balón (1656), 9/15 July 2007, p.50 (in Spanish). ^ "Does FIFA
FIFA
employ a ranking system for club teams similar to the FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking for national teams?". www.fifa.com. 28 March 2003. Retrieved 2009-09-14.  ^ a b "How the Club World Ranking is made". IFFHS
IFFHS
official website. Retrieved 2009-09-23.  ^ Or Intercontinental Cup from 1991 to 2005. ^ a b " IFFHS
IFFHS
The World's Club Team for the Year". IFFHS
IFFHS
official website. Retrieved 2009-10-10.  ^ "1991 (Top 25)". IFFHS. Retrieved 2009-08-03.  ^ "1992 (Top 25)". IFFHS. Retrieved 2009-08-03.  ^ "1993 (Top 25)". IFFHS. Retrieved 2009-08-03.  ^ "1994 (Top 25)". IFFHS. Retrieved 2009-08-03.  ^ "1995 (Top 25)". IFFHS. Retrieved 2009-08-03.  ^ "1996 (Top 25)". IFFHS. Retrieved 2009-08-03.  ^ "1997 (Top 25)". IFFHS. Retrieved 2009-08-03.  ^ "1998 (Top 25)". IFFHS. Retrieved 2009-08-03.  ^ "1999 (Top 25)". IFFHS. Retrieved 2009-08-03.  ^ "2000 (Top 25)". IFFHS. Retrieved 2009-08-03.  ^ "2001 (Top 25)". IFFHS. Retrieved 2009-08-03.  ^ "2002 (Top 25)". IFFHS. Retrieved 2009-08-03.  ^ "2003 (Top 25)". IFFHS. Retrieved 2009-08-03.  ^ "2004 (Top 25)". IFFHS. Retrieved 2009-08-03.  ^ "Top 25 (2005)". IFFHS. Retrieved 2009-08-03.  ^ "Top 25 (2006)". IFFHS. Retrieved 2009-08-03.  ^ "Top 25 (2007)". IFFHS. Retrieved 2009-08-03.  ^ "Top 25 (2008)". IFFHS. Retrieved 2009-08-03.  ^ "Top 25 (2009)". IFFHS. Retrieved 2011-01-12.  ^ "Top 25 (2010)". IFFHS. Retrieved 2011-01-12.  ^ "Top 25 (2011)". IFFHS. Retrieved 2011-05-09.  ^ "Top 25 (2013)". IFFHS. Retrieved 2014-01-08.  ^ "CLUB WORLD RANKING 2014". IFFHS. Retrieved 2015-01-21.  ^ "CLUB WORLD RANKING 2015". IFFHS. Retrieved 2016-01-07.  ^ Robert Ley (5 April 2017). "CLUB WORLD RANKING 2016: CLUB ATLETICO NACIONAL MEDELLIN (COLOMBIA)". iffhs.de. Retrieved 7 December 2017.  ^ "CLUB WORLD RANKING 2017 : REAL MADRID NUMBER 1!". IFFHS. Retrieved 2018-01-17.  ^ " FC Barcelona
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External links[edit]

Official website (in German) (in English) (in French) (in Spanish) Official website (in Russian) Newly launched website Annual Awards

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World's Best Top Goal Scorer

1991: Papin 1992: Bergkamp 1993: Al-Owairan 1994: Stoichkov 1995: Klinsmann 1996: Daei 1997: Ronaldo 1998: Al-Huwaidi 1999: Raúl 2000: Rivaldo 2001: Al-Dhabit 2002: van Nistelrooy 2003: Henry 2004: Daei 2005: Adriano 2006: Suazo 2007: Mputu 2008: Rico 2009: Okazaki 2010: Al-Mutawa 2011: Messi 2012: Messi 2013: Ronaldo 2014: Ronaldo 2015: Lewandowski 2016: Ronaldo 2017: Ronaldo

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World's Best Playmaker

2006: Zidane 2007: Kaká 2008: Xavi 2009: Xavi 2010: Xavi 2011: Xavi 2012: Iniesta 2013: Iniesta 2014: Kroos 2015: Messi 2016: Messi 2017: Messi

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World's Best Goalkeeper

1987: Pfaff 1988: Dasaev 1989: Zenga 1990: Zenga 1991: Zenga 1992: Schmeichel 1993: Schmeichel 1994: Preud'homme 1995: Chilavert 1996: Köpke 1997: Chilavert 1998: Chilavert 1999: Kahn 2000: Barthez 2001: Kahn 2002: Kahn 2003: Buffon 2004: Buffon 2005: Čech 2006: Buffon 2007: Buffon 2008: Casillas 2009: Casillas 2010: Casillas 2011: Casillas 2012: Casillas 2013: Neuer 2014: Neuer 2015: Neuer 2016: Neuer 2017: Buffon

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World's Best Club Coach

1996: Lippi 1997: Hitzfeld 1998: Lippi 1999: Ferguson 2000: Bianchi 2001: Hitzfeld 2002: Del Bosque 2003: Bianchi 2004: Mourinho 2005: Mourinho 2006: Rijkaard 2007: Ancelotti 2008: Ferguson 2009: Guardiola 2010: Mourinho 2011: Guardiola 2012: Mourinho 2013: Heynckes 2014: Ancelotti 2015: Luis Enrique 2016: Si

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