FIFA Ballon d'Or 2014: Watch it all live on GiveMeSport

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FIFA Ballon d'Or 2014 - it doesn't get any bigger.

And, with the help of world football's governing body streaming all the events live on YouTube, you can follow it all from start to finish here on GiveMeSport.

We have senior writer Pete South reporting LIVE FROM ZURICH, providing updates on the GiveMeSport - Football Facebook page and GiveMeSport Football Twitter page. Follow both to keep up-to-date with everything that's going on in Switzerland.

Today's schedule from the Kongresshaus begins with an event close to our hearts at GiveMeSport - the FIFA Interactive World Cup presentation ceremony, where the best player in the gaming world takes on one of the game's real-life top stars.

That's followed by the Women's Coach of the Year and Player of the Year press conferences, with the Male versions following soon after. That means Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi and Manuel Neuer all on the stage at the same time - expect some fireworks.

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Once the press conferences are over, we jump to the red carpet to see the big name's arrive for the ceremony, and that's also available thanks to the FIFA TV show - expected at around 530pm GMT. 

You can follow all these events via the videos below...

FIWC Press Conference (12:30pm GMT)

Women's Coach of the Year (1pm GMT)

Women's Player of the Year (1:30pm GMT)

Coach of the Year (2pm GMT)

FIFA Ballon d'Or press conference (2:30pm GMT)

FIFA Ballon d'Or - Red Carpet (4pm GMT)

FIFA Ballon d'Or ceremony (530pm GMT)

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Ballon d'Or
Cristiano Ronaldo
Lionel Messi
Manuel Neuer

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