Lionel Messi has won the FIFA Ballon d'Or for the best player on the planet for the fifth time, while US midfielder Carli Lloyd has guaranteed her first-ever FIFA Women's World Player of the Year recompense.
FC Barcelona mentor Luis Enrique Martínez and US national group mentor Jill Ellis have likewise been named interestingly as FIFA World Coaches of the Year for Men's and Women's Football individually. The victors were picked by the mentors and skippers of the national groups and in addition by worldwide media delegates welcomed by FIFA and France Football. The whole discretionary strategy was managed and observed by PricewaterhouseCoopers Switzerland (PwC).
The honors were exhibited on Monday evening (11 January 2016) amid an hour and a half appear at Zurich's Kongresshaus that was facilitated by Northern Irish performing artist James Nesbitt and British writer Kate Abdo. The musical stimulation for the 1,100 visitors and TV viewers in more than 190 nations and regions around the globe was given by British pop star Leona Lewis and youthful Croatian cellists Luka Šulić and Stjepan Hauser, known as 2CELLOS.
The current year's FIFA Fair Play Award was displayed to all the football associations and clubs far and wide that are attempting to bolster displaced people. Previous German worldwide Gerald Asamoah, who battles for the welfare of displaced people, got the recompense from previous South African symbol Lucas Radebe for the benefit of all the awardees. For the current year, the world has seen a displaced person emergency in the Middle East and Europe in light of contention in Syria. Numerous blameless individuals have fled their homes in edgy conditions to discover security for themselves and their friends and family. Society has reacted and the universe of football has likewise added to the reason. Clubs and football associations everywhere throughout the world have acted to welcome and bolster outcasts as they coordinate into nearby groups.
Worldwide players' union FIFPro got votes from 26,478 expert players from around the globe for the FIFA FIFPro World XI, the best group of 2015, with the accompanying result: Manuel Neuer (Germany/FC Bayern Munich) in objective; Dani Alves (Brazil/FC Barcelona), Marcelo (Brazil/Real Madrid), Sergio Ramos (Spain/Real Madrid) and Thiago Silva (Brazil/Paris Saint-Germain) in resistance; Andrés Iniesta (Spain/FC Barcelona), Luka Modrić (Croatia/Real Madrid) and Paul Pogba (France/Juventus) in midfield; and Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal/Real Madrid), Lionel Messi (Argentina/FC Barcelona) and Neymar (Brazil/FC Barcelona) in assault.
The FIFA Puskás Award for the best objective of the year was likewise exhibited after 1.6 million football fans cast their votes on FIFA.com, FIFA on YouTube and francefootball.fr. This honor, which is a tribute to Ferenc Puskás, the commander and star of the 1950s Hungary group, was won by Brazilian Wendell Lira from Goianésia, who finished the survey with 46.7 % of the votes in front of Lionel Messi (33.3 %) and Alessandro Florenzi (7.1%).
The honors initially
The FIFA Ballon d'Or was exhibited for the 6th time subsequent to the converging of the FIFA World Player of the Year honor and France Football's Ballon d'Or recompense in 2010.
• 165 national group mentors, 162 national group commanders and 171 media agents presented their votes in favor of the FIFA Ballon d'Or honor. Lionel Messi won the title with 41.33% of all votes in front of Cristiano Ronaldo (27.76%) and Neymar (7.86%).
• 136 national group mentors, 135 national group commanders and 106 media agents voted in favor of the FIFA Women's World Player of the Year honor. Carli Lloyd dominated the competition with 35.28% of all votes, in front of German Célia Šašić (12.60%) and Japan's Aya Miyama (9.88%).
• 167 national group mentors, 161 national group chiefs and 171 media agents voted in favor of the FIFA World Coach of the Year for Men's Football recompense. Luis Enrique Martínez won the honor with 31.08% of all votes in the wake of driving FC Barcelona to four titles (La Liga, Copa del Rey, UEFA Champions League and FIFA Club World Cup) in 2015. Second and third place were asserted by Pep Guardiola (FC Bayern Munich, 22.97%) and Jorge Sampaoli (Chilean national group, 9.47%) individually.
• 137 national group mentors, 137 national group chiefs and 106 media agents voted in favor of the FIFA World Coach of the Year for Women's Football grant. Jill Ellis won this prize in the wake of driving the US ladies' national group to eminence at the FIFA Women's World Cup™ in Canada. She secured 42.98% of all votes, in front of Japan mentor Norio Sasaki (17.79%) and England ladies' national group mento