1936 Pallone d'Oro

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The 1936 Pallone d'Oro was the 7th annual ceremony of the Pallone d'Oro, presented by La Gazetta dello Sport, and recognising the best footballers in the world in 1936.

The nominees for the ceremony were announced on December 11, 1936.

Giuseppe Meazza becomes the first player to win the trophy for the third time on December 30, 1936.

Nominees[edit | edit source]

Player Team Nationality
Luigi Allemandi ItalyAS Roma  Italy
Michele Andreolo ItalyFC Bologna  Italy
Cliff Bastin EnglandArsenal  England
Raymond Braine CzechoslovakiaSparta Praha  Belgium
Raich Carter EnglandSunderland  England
Laszlo Cseh HungaryMTK Budapest  Hungary
Ted Drake EnglandArsenal  England
Bernabé Ferreyra ArgentinaRiver Plate  Argentina
Diego Garcia ArgentinaSan Lorenzo  Argentina
Bobby Gurney EnglandSunderland  England
Isidro Langara SpainReal Oviedo  Spain
George Male EnglandArsenal  England
Jimmy McGrory ScotlandCeltic  Scotland
Giuseppe Meazza ItalyInter Milan  Italy
José Maria Minella ArgentinaRiver Plate  Argentina
Hans Mock AustriaAustria Wien  Austria
Eraldo Monzeglio ItalyAS Roma  Italy
José Manuel Moreno ArgentinaRiver Plate  Argentina
Oldrich Nejedly CzechoslovakiaSparta Praha  Czechoslovakia
Carlos Peucelle ArgentinaRiver Plate  Argentina
György Sarosi HungaryFerencváros  Hungary
Karl Sesta AustriaAustria Wien  Austria
Matthias Sindelar AustriaAustria Wien  Austria

Jury[edit | edit source]

Results[edit | edit source]

Position Player Team Nationality Votes Points
1 Giuseppe Meazza Italy Inter Milan  Italy ArgentinaEnglandEgyptGermanyRepublic of IrelandItalyNetherlandsParaguayPeruSpainSwitzerlandUnited StatesWales 13
2 György Sarosi Hungary Ferencváros  Hungary BulgariaChileFranceFinlandHungaryLuxembourgNorwayScotlandSwedenUruguayKingdom of Yugoslavia 11
3 Oldrich Nejedly Czechoslovakia Sparta Praha  Czechoslovakia BrazilCzechoslovakiaDenmark 3
4 Raich Carter England Sunderland  England Belgium 1
José Manuel Moreno Argentina River Plate  Argentina Mexico 1
Matthias Sindelar Austria Austria Wien  Austria Austria 1

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