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FIFA World Coach of the Year

FIFA World Coach of the Year
Presented by Kay Murray
First awarded 2010
Winners
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The FIFA World Coach of the Year[1] is an association football award given annually to the football coach who is considered to have performed the best in the previous 12 months. It is awarded based on votes from coaches and captains of international teams, as well as journalists from around the world.

The award started in 2010 after France Football's Ballon d'Or and the FIFA World Player of the Year award were merged. José Mourinho was the first winner of the men's FIFA World Coach of the Year award in 2010, Josep Guardiola, Vicente del Bosque and Jupp Heynckes have also won the award in the following years. The women's version of the award was won by head coach Silvia Neid in 2010, follow by Norio Sasaki and Pia Sundhage.

Winners

FIFA World Coach of the Year for Men's Football

Year 1st 2nd 3rd
2010 23x15px José Mourinho (Internazionale) 23x15px Vicente del Bosque (Spain) 23x15px Josep Guardiola (Barcelona)
2011 23x15px Josep Guardiola (Barcelona) 23x15px Alex Ferguson (Manchester United) 23x15px José Mourinho (Real Madrid)
2012 23x15px Vicente del Bosque (Spain) 23x15px José Mourinho (Real Madrid) 23x15px Josep Guardiola (Barcelona)
2013 23x15px Jupp Heynckes (Bayern Munich) 23x15px Jürgen Klopp (Dortmund) 23x15px Alex Ferguson (Manchester United)
2014 23x15px Joachim Löw (Germany) 23x15px Carlo Ancelotti (Real Madrid) 23x15px Diego Simeone (Atlético Madrid)

Wins by manager

Rank Manager First place Second place Third place Teams managed
1 23x15px Jose Mourinho 1 1 1 23x15px Real Madrid, 23x15px Internazionale
2 23x15px Vicente del Bosque 1 1 0 23x15px Spain
3 23x15px Josep Guardiola 1 0 2 23x15px Barcelona
4 23x15px Jupp Heynckes 1 0 0 23x15px Bayern Munich
5 23x15px Joachim Löw 1 0 0 23x15px Germany
6 23x15px Alex Ferguson 0 1 1 23x15px Manchester United
7 23x15px Jürgen Klopp 0 1 0 23x15px Borussia Dortmund
8 23x15px Carlo Ancelotti 0 1 0 23x15px Real Madrid
9 23x15px Diego Simeone 0 0 1 23x15px Atlético Madrid

FIFA World Coach of the Year for Women's Football

Year 1st 2nd 3rd
2010 23x15px Silvia Neid (Germany) 23x15px Maren Meinert (Germany U20) 23x15px Pia Sundhage (United States)
2011 Template:Country data JPN Norio Sasaki (Japan) 23x15px Pia Sundhage (United States) 23x15px Bruno Bini (France)
2012 23x15px Pia Sundhage (United States) Template:Country data JPN Norio Sasaki (Japan) 23x15px Bruno Bini (France)
2013 23x15px Silvia Neid (Germany) 23x15px Ralf Kellermann (Wolfsburg) 23x15px Pia Sundhage (United States)
2014 23x15px Ralf Kellermann (Wolfsburg) 23x15px Maren Meinert (Germany U20) Template:Country data JPN Norio Sasaki (Japan)

Wins by manager

Manager First place Second place Third place Teams managed
1 23x15px Silvia Neid 2 0 0 23x15px Germany
2 23x15px Pia Sundhage 1 1 2 23x15px United States, 23x15px Sweden
3 Template:Country data JPN Norio Sasaki 1 1 1 Template:Country data JPN Japan
4 23x15px Ralf Kellermann 1 1 0 23x15px Wolfsburg
5 23x15px Maren Meinert 0 2 0 23x15px Germany U20
6 23x15px Bruno Bini 0 0 2 23x15px France

See also

References

  1. ^ "Rules of allocation" (PDF). FIFA.com. 2012. Retrieved 15 January 2013. 

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