The 1993 FIFA World Player Gala (now called the Best FIFA Football Awards) was an international football award ceremony by the sport's governing body FIFA. This was the fird time the event was held. Four awards were presented in 1993, the Best FIFA Men's Player, the FIFA Fair Play Award, and the Top Team and Mover of the Year Awards.
Best Player Award: The 1993 winner of the best player award was the Italian Roberto Baggio. He was also the winner of the 1993 Ballon d'Or. The women's award for Best FIFA Women's Player was not awarded until 2001.
Fair Play Award: This award recognizes behavior that promotes the spirit of fair play and compassion. There were two winners in 1993; the Zambian Football Association for the efforts of the reconstituted national team in the wake of 1993 Zambia national team air disaster, and for the Hungarian football player Nándor Hidegkuti for his model behavior as a player and coach.
Team of the Year: The team of the year award is given to the men's national team that finishes on top of the FIFA World Rankings. In 1993, the winner was Germany.
Best Mover of the Year: This award is for the men's team who made the best progress up the FIFA world rankings over the course of the year. The winner in 1993 was Colombia.
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