1960 Pallone d'Oro

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The 1960 Pallone d'Oro was the 27th annual ceremony of the Pallone d'Oro, presented by La Gazetta dello Sport, and recognising the best footballers in the world in 1960.

The nominees for the ceremony were announced on 12 December 1960.

Nominees[edit | edit source]

Player Team Nationality
Jozsef Bozsik Hungary Budapest Honvéd  Hungary
John Charles Italy Juventus  Great Britain
Luis Cubilla Uruguay Peñarol  Uruguay
Alfredo Di Stefano Spain Real Madrid  Spain
Duncan Edwards United Kingdom Wolverhampton Wanderers  Great Britain
Garrincha Brazil Boitafogo  Brazil
Francesco Gento Spain Real Madrid  Spain
Kurt Hamrin Italy Fiorentina  Sweden
Valentin Ivanov Soviet Union Torpedo Moscow  Soviet Union
Sándor Kocsis Spain FC Barcelona  Hungary
Raymond Kopa Spain Real Madrid  France
Bora Kostić Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Red Star  Yugoslavia
Eulogio Martínez Spain FC Barcelona  Paraguay
Igor Netto Soviet Union Spartak Moscow  Soviet Union
Pelé Brazil Santos  Brazil
Ferenc Puskás Spain Real Madrid  Hungary
José Sanfillipo Argentina San Lorenzo  Argentina
Uwe Seeler West Germany Hambourg  West Germany
Omar Sívori Italy Juventus  Argentina
Alberto Spencer Uruguay Peñarol  Ecuador
Luis Suárez Spain FC Barcelona  Spain
Lajos Tichy Hungary Budapest Honvéd  Hungary
Lev Yashin Soviet Union Dynamo Moscow  Soviet Union

Jury[edit | edit source]

Results[edit | edit source]

Position Player Team Nationality Points
1 Luis Suárez Spain FC Barcelona  Spain 65
2 Ferenc Puskás Spain Real Madrid  Hungary 59
3 Lev Yashin Soviet Union Dynamo Mocow  Soviet Union 58
4 Omar Sívori Italy Juventus  Argentina 25
5 Alfredo Di Stéfano Spain Real Madrid  Spain 22
6 Uwe Seeler West Germany Hamburg SV  West Germany 14
7 József Bozsik Hungary Budapest Honvéd  Hungary 12
8 José Sanfilippo Argentina San Lorenzo  Argentina 10
Lajos Tichy Hungary Budapest Honvéd  Hungary
10 Pelé Brazil Santos  Brazil 3
11 John Charles Italy Juventus  Great Britain 2
Garrincha Brazil Botafogo  Brazil
Valentin Ivanov Soviet Union Torpedo Moscow  Soviet Union
14 Raymond Kopa France Reims  France 1
Bora Kostic Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Red Star Belgrade  Yugoslavia
Alberto Spencer Uruguay Peñarol  Ecuador

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