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2024 Ballon d’Or awards ceremony date and venue announced

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Ceremony for the most prestigious accolade in the world of football to take place on Monday 28 October at the Théâtre du Châtelet in Paris.

UEFA parterns with France Fooball for the organiation of the Ballon d’Or®.
UEFA parterns with France Fooball for the organiation of the Ballon d’Or®. @UEFA

Following the partnership announced at the end of last year between UEFA and Groupe Amaury, owner of the media companies France Football and L’Équipe, to co-organise the renowned Ballon d'Or from 2024, the date and venue for this season’s event have been revealed.

The 68th prestigious awards ceremony will take place on Monday 28 October at the grandiose Théâtre du Châtelet, located at the Place du Châtelet on the banks of the Seine.

Presented annually by France Football since 1956, the Ballon d'Or is the most distinguished accolade a footballer can receive in recognition of outstanding achievements and exceptional talent.

The 2024 awards will include the Men’s Ballon d’Or, Women's Ballon d'Or, Kopa Trophy (best player under 21 years of age), Yashin Trophy (best goalkeeper), Gerd Müller Trophy (top scorer of the previous season), Men’s Club of the Year Trophy and Women’s Club of the Year Trophy.

Two new accolades will be also added to the list of prizes: Men’s Coach of the Year Trophy and Women’s Coach of the Year Trophy, recognising the invaluable contribution of coaches to success on the pitch.

The nominees for this season’s awards will be announced on 4 September.

Note to media

Media interested in attending the 2024 Ballon d’Or ceremony can request an accreditation here.

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