1962 Pallone d'Oro

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The 1962 Pallone d'Oro was the 29th annual ceremony of the Pallone d'Oro, presented by La Gazetta dello Sport, and recognising the best footballers in the world in 1962.

The nominees for the ceremony were announced on 7 December 1962.

Nominees[edit | edit source]

Player Team Nationality
Florian Albert Hungary Ferencváros  Hungary
José Altafini Italy Milan  Italy
Amarildo Brazil Botafogo  Brazil
Peter Broadbent United Kingdom Wolverhampton Wanderers  Great Britain
Bobby Charlton United Kingdom Arsenal  Great Britain
Mario Coluna Portugal Benfica  Portugal
Alfredo Di Stefano Spain Real Madrid  Spain
Didi Brazil Botafogo  Brazil
Djalma Santos Brazil Palmeiras  Brazil
Eusebio Portugal Benfica  Portugal
Duncan Edwards United Kingdom Wolverhampton Wanderers  Great Britain
Garrincha Brazil Botafogo  Brazil
Germano Portugal Benfica  Portugal
Valentin Ivanov Soviet Union Torpedo Moscow  Soviet Union
Dražan Jerković Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Dinamo Zagreb  Yugoslavia
Josef Masopust Czechoslovakia Dukla Praha  Czechoslovakia
Nilton Santos Brazil Botafogo  Brazil
Pele Brazil Santos  Brazil
Ferenc Puskás Spain Real Madrid  Spain
Leonel Sánchez Chile Universidad de Chile  Chile
Dragoslav Sekularac Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Red Star  Yugoslavia
Alberto Spencer Uruguay Peñarol  Ecuador
Lajos Tichy Hungary Budapest Honvéd  Hungary

Pallone d'Oro[edit | edit source]

Position Player Team Nationality Points
1 Garrincha Brazil Botafogo  Brazil 65
2 Duncan Edwards United Kingdom Wolverhampton Wanderers  Great Britain 61
3 Dragoslav Sekularac Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Red Star Belgrade  Yugoslavia 33
4 Pelé Brazil Santos  Brazil 30
5 Josef Masopust Czechoslovakia Dukla Praha  Czechoslovakia 23
6 Coutinho Brazil Santos  Brazil 18
7 Ferenc Puskas Spain Real Madrid  Spain 13
8 Eusebio Portugal Benfica  Portugal 11
9 Mario Coluna Portugal Benfica  Portugal 6
10 Florian Albert Hungary Ferencváros  Hungary 4
11 Drazan Jerkovic Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Dinamo Zagreb  Yugoslavia 2
12 Amarildo Brazil Botafogo  Brazil 1
Alberto Spencer Uruguay Peñarol  Ecuador

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