1933 Pallone d'Oro

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The 1933 Pallone d'Oro was the fourth annual ceremony of the Pallone d'Oro, presented by La Gazetta dello Sport, and recognising the best footballers in the world in 1933.

The nominees for the ceremony were announced on December 15, 1933.

January 2, 1934, Austrian Austria Wien player Matthias Sindelar become the first to win the trophy twice.

Nominees[edit | edit source]

Player Team Nationality
Istvan Avar HungaryÚjpest  Hungary
Cliff Bastin EnglandArsenal  England
Eric Brook EnglandManchester City  England
Umberto Caligaris ItalyJuventus  Italy
Gianpiero Combi ItalyJuventus  Italy
Dixie Dean EnglandEverton  England
Giovanni Ferrari ItalyJuventus  Italy
Diego Garcia ArgentinaSan Lorenzo  Argentina
Eddie Hapgood EnglandArsenal  England
Alex James EnglandArsenal  Scotland
Giuseppe Meazza ItalyInter Milan  Italy
Luis Monti ItalyJuventus  Argentina
José Nasazzi UruguayNacional  Uruguay
Walter Nausch AustriaAustria Wien  Austria
Raimundo Orsi ItalyJuventus  Italy
Frantisek Planicka CzechoslovakiaSlavia Praha  Czechoslovakia
Antonin Puc CzechoslovakiaSlavia Praha  Czechoslovakia
Jacinto Quincoces SpainReal Madrid  Spain
Romeu BrazilPalmeiras  Brazil
Virginio Rosetta ItalyJuventus  Italy
Angelo Schiavio ItalyFC Bologna  Italy
Matthias Sindelar AustriaAustria Wien  Austria
Ricardo Zamora SpainReal Madrid  Spain

Jury[edit | edit source]

Results[edit | edit source]

Position Player Team Nationality Votes Points
1 Matthias Sindelar AustriaAustria Wien  Austria AustriaBelgiumBrazilFranceFinlandGermanyHungaryRepublic of IrelandNorwaySwitzerlandKingdom of Yugoslavia 11
2 Giuseppe Meazza ItalyInter Milan  Italy CzechoslovakiaDenmarkEnglandEgyptItalyLuxembourgSwedenUnited States 8
3 Ricardo Zamora SpainReal Madrid  Spain NetherlandsParaguayPeruSpainUruguay 5
4 Cliff Bastin EnglandArsenal  England Wales 1
Alex James EnglandArsenal  Scotland Scotland 1
Luis Monti ItalyJuventus  Argentina Argentina 1
Raimundo Orsi ItalyJuventus  Italy Chile 1

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