1934 Pallone d'Oro

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The 1934 Pallone d'Oro was the 5th annual ceremony of the Pallone d'Oro, presented by La Gazetta dello Sport, and recognising the best footballers in the world in 1934.

The nominees for the ceremony were announced on December 8, 1934.

It was the second time after 1930 that Giuseppe Meazza won the award.

Nominees[edit | edit source]

Player Team Nationality
Luigi Allemandi ItalyInter Milan  Italy
Cliff Bastin EnglandArsenal  England
Delfin Benitez Caceres ArgentinaBoca Juniors  Paraguay
Josef Bican AustriaRapid Wien  Austria
Eric Brook EnglandManchester City  England
Giovanni Ferrari ItalyJuventus  Italy
Enrique Guaita ItalyAS Roma  Argentina
Eddie Hapgood EnglandArsenal  England
Isidro Langara SpainReal Oviedo  Spain
Giuseppe Meazza ItalyInter Milan  Italy
Luis Monti ItalyJuventus  Argentina
Eraldo Monzeglio ItalyFC Bologna  Italy
Oldrich Nedjedly CzechoslovakiaSparta Praha  Czechoslovakia
Raimundo Orsi ItalyJuventus  Italy
Frantisek Planicka CzechoslovakiaSlavia Praha  Czechoslovakia
Antonin Puc CzechoslovakiaSlavia Praha  Czechoslovakia
Jacinto Quincoces SpainReal Madrid  Spain
Györgi Sarosi HungaryFerencváros  Hungary
Antonio Sastre ArgentinaIndependiente  Argentina
Angelo Schiavio ItalyFC Bologna  Italy
Fritz Szepan GermanySchalke 04  Germany
Ricardo Zamora SpainReal Madrid  Spain
Karl Zischek AustriaAdmira Wien  Austria

Jury[edit | edit source]

Results[edit | edit source]

Position Player Team Nationality Votes Points
1 Giuseppe Meazza ItalyInter Milan  Italy BrazilDenmarkFranceHungaryItalyNorwaySwitzerlandSwedenUruguayUnited StatesKingdom of Yugoslavia 11
2 Matthias Sindelar Austria Austria Wien  Austria AustriaBulgariaEgyptFinlandGermanyRepublic of IrelandSpain 7
3 Isidro Langara Spain Real Oviedo  Spain BelgiumChileEnglandMexico 4
4 Eric Brook England Manchester City  England PeruScotlandWales 3
Oldrich Nejedly Czechoslovakia Sparta Praha  Czechoslovakia CzechoslovakiaLuxembourgNetherlands 3
6 Raimundo Orsi Italy Juventus  Italy ArgentinaParaguay 2

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