1938 Pallone d'Oro

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The 1938 Pallone d'Oro was the 9th annual ceremony of the Pallone d'Oro, presented by La Gazetta dello Sport, and recognising the best footballers in the world in 1938.

The nominees for the ceremony were announced on December 6, 1938.

Hungarian player György Sarosi joins Meazza in the number of Pallone d'Oro winning.

Nominees[edit | edit source]

Player Team Nationality
Michele Andreolo ItalyFC Bologna  Italy
Cliff Bastin EnglandArsenal  England
Josef Bican CzechoslovakiaSlavia Praha  Czechoslovakia
Gino Colaussi ItalyUS Triestina  Italy
Vicente De La Mata ArgentinaIndependiente  Argentina
Domingos Da Guia BrazilFlamengo  Brazil
Arsenio Erico ArgentinaIndependiente  Paraguay
Giovanni Ferrari ItalyInter Milan  Italy
Eddie Hapgood EnglandArsenal  England
Josef Kostálek CzechoslovakiaSparta Praha  Czechoslovakia
Tommy Lawton EnglandEverton  England
Leonidas BrazilFlamengo  Brazil
Ugo Locatelli ItalyInter Milan  Italy
Giuseppe Meazza ItalyInter Milan  Italy
Severino Minelli SwitzerlandGrasshopper   Switzerland
José Manuel Moreno ArgentinaRiver Plate  Argentina
Silvio Piola ItalyLazio Roma  Italy
Frantisek Plánicka CzechoslovakiaSlavia Praha  Czechoslovakia
Pietro Rava ItalyJuventus  Italy
György Sárosi HungaryFerencváros  Hungary
Antonio Sastre ArgentinaIndependiente  Argentina
Tommy Walker ScotlandHearts  Scotland
Gyula Zsengeller HungaryÚjpest  Hungary

Jury[edit | edit source]

In despite of the Anschluss, Austria keeps its voice for this year.

No vote for Spain.

Results[edit | edit source]

Position Player Team Nationality Votes Points
1 György Sarosi HungaryFerencváros  Hungary BelgiumHungaryDutch East IndiesRepublic of IrelandLatviaLuxembourgNorwayKingdom of YugoslaviaWales 9
2 Giuseppe Meazza ItalyInter Milan  Italy BulgariaDenmarkEnglandFinlandGermanyItalySweden 7
3 Josef Bican CzechoslovakiaSlavia Praha  Czechoslovakia AustriaCzechoslovakiaFranceRomaniaScotlandSwitzerland 6
4 Arsenio Erico ArgentinaIndependiente  Paraguay ArgentinaMexicoParaguayPeruPortugal 5
5 Leonidas BrazilFlamengo  Brazil BrazilChileEgyptUruguay 4
6 Silvio Piola ItalyLazio Roma  Italy Netherlands 1

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