On 12 January 2015, exactly on Monday night at the Kongresshaus, Zurich has held an important event dedicated to the football players and also all related parties as a form of respect and appreciation that is given by FIFA, which is a high association in sports football that we know as the FIFA Ballon d'Or 2014, where the event will pick the best players the world by both men and women, then followed by the best coach of the year for football both men and women's football, the best goal , as well as the best team in 2014.
For the FIFA Ballon d'Or 2014 soccer players category best man won by Cristiano Ronaldo by a vote of 37.66%, very far superior to the two competitors that Lionel Messi is the only acquire 15.76% of the vote, and Manuel Neuer who earn as much noise 15.72%. to the category of the world's best football players have been selected by the male category voices of 181 national team coach, national team captain 182, and 181 media representatives. As for the category of the worlds best soccer players won by Nadine Kessler woman who is German midfielder by a vote of 17:52%, ahead of its competitors Marta by a vote of 14:16% and Abby Wambach by a vote of 13.33%. For the category of the world's best soccer players have been selected by 148 women's national team coach, 146 national team captain, and 90 representatives of the media.
While other categories of the FIFA Ballon d'Or 2014 is the best coach of the year, which was won by the German national team coach Joachim Löw who obtained 36.23% of the vote. In the second place there is the Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti who obtained 22.06% of the vote, and Atletico Madrid coach Diego Simeone, who obtained 19.02% of the vote. For the best coach of the year category at select through 181 national team coach, national team captain 182, and 181 media representatives. As for the best goal by James Rodriguez won the 2014 World Cup games in Brazil yesterday. For the selection of the best teams in 2014 are Manuel Neuer, David Luiz, Philipp Lahm, Sergio Ramos, Thiago Silva, Angel Di Maria, Andres Iniesta, Toni Kroos, Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi, and Arjen Robben.