His achievements see him once again shut out longtime rival Messi and Atletico Madrid's French striker Griezmann.
After Champions League and Euro 2016 successes for club and country last year, Ronaldo wins yet another accolade for his bulging trophy cabinet.
Last year, FIFA ended its six-year collaboration with magazine France Football for the Ballon d'Or award and unveiled its own brand new "Best" distinction.
Ronaldo now has the Ballon d'Or and FIFA Best award after his third Champions League title, thanks in major part to his 16 goals in 12 games, as well as Portugal's Euro 2016 success - the country's first major crown.
About the only downside for the former Manchester United and Sporting Lisbon star was the fact he was off the pitch when Portugal sealed their win over France, having been stretchered off with injury in the first half in tears.
He watched Eder's extra-time winner from the bench.
Ronaldo himself acknowledged to sports daily Marca late last year that it was a 'fantastic season', indeed "perhaps my best on an individual and team level."
His achievements see him once again shut out longtime rival Lionel Messi and Atletico Madrid's French striker Antoine Griezmann for the FIFA award.
Men's Player - Cristiano Ronaldo
Women's Player - Carli Lloyd
Men's Coach - Claudio Ranieri
Women's Coach - Silvia Neid
Fair Play award - Atletico Nacional
Award for Outstanding Career - Falcao
Puskas Award - Mohz Faiz Subri
Fan Award - Borussia Dortmund and Liverpool supporters
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