The Blancos' striker and Belgian star have been crowned as Player of the Year and Best Foreign Player respectively, while Lille and Lyon are also commended.
Real Madrid striker Karim Benzema and Lille forward Eden Hazard are among the biggest winners of this year's France Football awards.
The Blancos and Les Bleus hitman netted the most prestigious honor on offer, picking up Player of the Year, while Belgium international Hazard received the accolade for Best Foreign Player thanks to his Ligue 1 winning exploits with Rudi Garcia's side.
In addition, Sochaux midfielder Marvin Martin has been rewarded for his breakout season after being presented with France Football's Revelation of the Year and Olympique Lyonnais midfielder Yoann Gourcuff has been given the Lemon Prize, which is awarded to a player deemed the worst performer of the year.
However, Remi Garde's outfit has been positively recognized for securing qualification for the Champions League knockout stage against the odds versus Dinamo Zagreb, bagging the club Exploit of the Year in the process.
The winners are as follows:
- Player of the Year: Karim Benzema (Real Madrid)
- Club of the Year: Lille
- Club Official of the Year: Michel Seydoux (Lille)
- Best Policy for Young Players: Montpellier
- Exploit of the Year: Olympique Lyonnais for Champions League progression against Dinamo Zagreb
- Revelation of the Year: Marvin Martin (Sochaux)
- Best Foreign Player: Eden Hazard (Lille)
- Game of the Year: Women's World Cup 2011 - England 1-1 France (4-3 on pens)
- Referee of the Year: Clement Turpin
- Best Recruitment Policy: Paris Saint-Germain
- Ligue 2 Best Player: Jean-Francois Riviere (Clermont)
- Best Ligue 2 Club: Reims
- Best Ligue 2 Coach: Michel Der Zakarian (Clermont)
- Orange Prize: Rio Mavuba (Lille)
- Lemon Prize: Yoann Gourcuff (Lyon)