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[WATCH/STREAMS!] Ballon d'Or 2023 Live Free Online Broadcast 30 October 2023


The Ballon d'Or is one of the most prestigious individual football awards that can be won by a soccer player each year. Established in 1956, France Football's Golden Ball accolade returns for the 67th year in 2023. Ballon d'Or live stream: How to watch, nominees, start time as Lionel Messi is favorite to win men's award


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Hundreds of millions of people around the world followed the Ballon d'Or ceremony live in 2022, when Alexia Putellas and Karim Benzema won the awards.


According to figures released by France Football and L'Equipe (via Be Soccer), which are part of the group responsible for organising the awards, the event also attracted 61 million responses on Twitter (now X), demonstrating the enduring appeal and prestige of the vote.


World Cup winners Aitana Bonmati, of Spain, and Lionel Messi, the Argentina captain, are the favourites to win their categories this time, when a huge audience is certain to tune in again.


The ceremony, which will be hosted by former Chelsea star Didier Drogba, will take place on October 30 in Paris. The winners of the Kopa Trophy (for best young men's player) and Yashin Trophy (for the best men's goalkeeper) will also be announced.


Lionel Messi is hoping to land a record-extending eighth trophy this year, but the empyrean Argentine faces competition from the likes of Erling Haaland and Kylian Mbappe. Five-time winner Cristiano Ronaldo did not receive a nomination, but recent winners Luka Modric and Karim Benzema are in the running.


When is the 2023 Ballon d'Or ceremony? Date & start time

Date: Monday, October 30, 2023

Time: 6pm GMT / 2 pm ET

Venue: Theatre du Chatelet, Paris

TV & stream: TNT Sports (UK), Paramount+ (U.S.), YouTube (international)


The 2023 Ballon d'Or ceremony will be held at the Theatre du Chatelet in Paris, France, on Monday, October 30, 2023.


It is due to begin at approximately 6 pm GMT in the UK, which means viewers in the U.S. should be preparing to tune in at 2 pm ET.


Who are the 2023 Ballon d'Or nominees?


2023 Men's Ballon d'Or nominees

Player Club National team

Julian Alvarez Man City Argentina

Nicolo Barella Inter Italy

Jude Bellingham Real Madrid England

Karim Benzema Al-Ittihad France

Yassine Bounou Al-Hilal Morocco

Kevin De Bruyne Man City Belgium

Ruben Dias Man City Portugal

Antoine Griezmann Atletico Madrid France

Ilkay Gundogan Barcelona Germany

Josko Gvardiol Man City Croatia

Erling Haaland Man City Norway

Harry Kane Bayern Munich England

Kim Min-jae Bayern Munich South Korea

Randal Kolo Muani PSG France

Kvicha Kvaratskhelia Napoli Georgia

Robert Lewandowski Barcelona Poland

Emiliano Martinez Aston Villa Argentina

Lautaro Martinez Inter Argentina

Kylian Mbappe PSG France

Lionel Messi Inter Miami Argentina

Luka Modric Real Madrid Croatia

Jamal Musiala Bayern Munich Germany

Martin Odegaard Arsenal Norway

Andre Onana Man Utd Cameroon

Victor Osimhen Napoli Nigeria

Rodri Man City Spain

Bukayo Saka Arsenal England

Mohamed Salah Liverpool Egypt

Bernardo Silva Man City Portugal

Vinicius Jr Real Madrid Brazil

2023 Ballon d'Or Feminin nominees

Player Club National team

Aitana Bonmati Barcelona Spain

Millie Bright Chelsea England

Linda Caicedo Real Madrid Colombia

Olga Carmona Real Madrid Spain

Rachel Daly Aston Villa England

Debinha Kansas City Current Brazil

Kadidiatou Diani Lyon France

Mary Earps Man Utd England

Patricia Guijarro Barcelona Spain

Yui Hasegawa Man City Japan

Amanda Ilestedt Arsenal Sweden

Sam Kerr Chelsea Australia

Mapi Leon Barcelona Spain

Katie McCabe Arsenal Republic of Ireland

Hinata Miyazawa MyNavi Sendai Japan

Lena Oberdorf Wolfsburg Germany

Asisat Oshoala Barcelona Nigeria

Ewa Pajor Wolfsburg Poland

Salma Paralluelo Barcelona Spain

Alexandra Popp Wolfsburg Germany

Hayley Raso Real Madrid Australia

Alba Redondo Levante Spain

Guro Reiten Chelsea Norway

Wendie Renard Lyon France

Fridolina Rolfo Barcelona Sweden

Jill Roord Man City Netherlands

Khadija Shaw Man City Jamaica

Sophia Smith Portland Thorns United States

Georgia Stanway Bayern Munich England

Daphne van Domselaar Aston Villa Netherlands

2023 Kopa Trophy nominees

Player Club National team

Alejandro Balde Barcelona Spain

Jude Bellingham Real Madrid England

Eduardo Camavinga Real Madrid France

Gavi Barcelona Spain

Rasmus Hojlund Man Utd Denmark

Jamal Musiala Bayern Munich Germany

Pedri Barcelona Spain

Antonio Silva Benfica Portugal

Xavi Simons RB Leipzig Netherlands

Elye Wahi Lens France

2023 Yashin Trophy nominees

Player Club National team

Yassine Bounou Al-Hilal Morocco

Thibaut Courtois Real Madrid Belgium

Ederson Man City Brazil

Dominik Livakovic Fenerbahce Croatia

Mike Maignan AC Milan France

Emiliano Martinez Aston Villa Argentina

Andre Onana Man Utd Cameroon

Aaron Ramsdale Arsenal England

Brice Samba Lens France

Marc-Andre ter Stegen Barcelona Germany

How are the award winners decided?


The different awards are decided in different ways, with a mix of journalists and ex-players helping to choose the most worthy winners.

Men's Ballon d'Or


A panel of journalists from the top 100 football nations, per the FIFA rankings, vote on the men's Ballon d'Or award. Each nation has one journalist representative who votes on the international ballot.

Women's Ballon d'Or


Like the men's Ballon d'Or award, the Ballon d'Or Feminin is decided by an international panel of journalists. However, it is a panel of 50 - one journalist from each of the top 50 nations.

Kopa Trophy


The winner of the Kopa trophy is decided by a jury of Ballon d'Or winners.

Yashin Trophy


The Yashin Trophy winner is decided in the same way as the men's Ballon d'Or, by a panel of 100 journalists.


The glitzy annual ceremony takes place in Paris this evening, when the Argentine icon is expected to extend his record and claim football's most prestigious individual prize yet again at the Theatre du Chatelet after his World Cup-winning exploits in Qatar last winter.


Even Erling Haaland's remarkable 2022-23 campaign, one that saw him score 52 goals in just 53 matches and fire Manchester City to the Treble, is unlikely to be enough to deny Messi, who is already very much in a league of his own - boasting seven to great rival Cristiano Ronaldo's five - when it comes to the Ballon d'Or.


Six other City players join Haaland on the 30-man shortlist, with Bukayo Saka, Jude Bellingham and Harry Kane the English representation.


The Ballon d'Or Feminin will also be awarded tonight, with Aitana Bonmati believed to be leading the race after a stellar season for Barcelona and Spain.


Alexia Putellas has won the award in each of the last two years, but an ACL injury ended her hopes of making it a hat-trick and she is not on the shortlist this time.


Mary Earps, Millie Bright, Rachel Daly and Georgia Stanway are the four English players nominated, after the Lionesses reached the World Cup final in the summer.


Lionel Messi has been tipped to win a record-extending eighth Ballon d'Or award tonight following his World Cup-winning exploits last year. Erling Haaland is also in with a shout to win the award at the Theatre du Chatelet after winning the treble with Manchester City last term - scoring 52 goals in 53 appearances.


Arsenal stars Bukayo Saka and Martin Odegaard, former Tottenham striker Harry Kane, and Jude Bellingham join Haaland and Messi on the 30-man Ballon d'Or nominees list. Aaron Ramsdale has been nominated for the Yashin Trophy - awarded to the best performing goalkeeper.


It's not just the Ballon d'Or winner being announced by organisers France Football tonight, but the winner of the Ballon d'Or Feminin too. Barcelona and Spain star Aitana Bonmati is the favourite to win the award, while Chelsea's Millie Bright - along with Rachel Daly, Georgia Stanway and Mary Earps - are the English nominees.


Since awards like these tend to reward those who excelled at major international tournaments, Messi is likely the frontrunner for the men's award after finally leading Argentina to World Cup glory in the last year. The same is likely true for Bonmati, who emerged as Spain's star as they lifted their first World Cup title over the summer.


Karim Benzema, who led Real Madrid to the Champions League, LaLiga, Uefa Super Cup and Spanish Super Cup titles, lifted the Ballon d’Or trophy last year while Alexia Putellas won the women’s award for a second consecutive year.


Lionel Messi is the most decorated Ballon d’Or winner with seven triumphs to his name and is the big favourite to be awarded the trophy again this year after his heroics in helping Argentina win the World Cup. Messi faces competition from Manchester City’s Erling Haaland and PSG’s Kylian Mbappe.


Aitana Bonmati is the favourite to succeed Putellas for the Ballon d’Or Feminin after leading Spain to the Women’s World Cup and Barcelona to the Women’s Champions League. Bonmati was named player of the tournament in both the World Cup and Champions League, while Chelsea and Australia star Sam Kerr could place highly.

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