Sounds: 3rd Best New British Band, 9th Best International Band.
Disc: 10th Brightest Hope.
NME: 2nd Most Promising New Name.
Record Mirror: 2nd Best British Newcomer, 2nd Best Single (Killer Queen), 9th International Group.
NME: 8th Best British Group, 7th Best Stage Band, 4th Most Promising Group In The World, 3rd Most Promising New Name, 17th Best World Group.
Disc: Top Live Band, Top International Group, Top British Group, Top Single (Killer Queen), 3rd Best Album (Sheer Heart Attack), 5th Best Album (Queen II).
Ivor Novello Award to Freddie for Killer Queen.
Golden Lion Award (Belgium) to Freddie for Killer Queen.
Carl Allen Award for contribution to the Ballroom Dancing Industry.
NME: 1st British Stage Band, 2nd Group, 5th World Group, 3rd World Stage Band, Freddie: 7th World Singer, Brian: 3rd Top Guitarist, Bohemian Rhapsody 1st British Single, A Night At The Opera 2nd Album.
Record Mirror / Disc: 1st Best British Group, 1st World Group, Bohemian Rhapsody No. 1 Single, A Night At The Opera No. 6 Album, Freddie: 5th British Singer, 6th World Singer, 4th British Songwriter, 5th World Songwriter, Brian: 4th British Musician, 4th World Musician.
Ivor Novello Award to Freddie for Bohemian Rhapsody.
Brittania Award: Best British Single of the Last 25 Years (Bohemian Rhapsody).
Europe One Radio: Most Potential Rock Band<.br> Daily Mail: Best Group.
Daily Mirror: Best Rock Group.
Music Life, Japan: Top Group, Top Album (Jazz), Top Single, Top Singer, Top Guitarist, Top Drummer, Top Bass Player.
Juno Awards, Canada: Best International Single (Another One Bites The Dust), Best International Album (The Game), Best Group.
Record World USA: Top Male Group, Top Producer, Top Disco Crossover (All awarded for Another One Bites The Dust).
Dick Clarke Awards USA: Best Band.
Circus Magazine USA: 2nd Best Group, 1st Live Show, No. 1 Album (The Game), No. 1 Single (Another One Bites The Dust), No.3 Single (Crazy Little Thing Called Love), Freddie: 2nd Male Vocalist, 3rd Best Songwriter, 3rd Best Keyboard Player, Brian: 3rd Best Guitarist, John: 3rd Best Bassist, Roger: 3rd Best Drummer.
Music Life, Japan: Best Group, Best Vocalist, Best Bass, 2nd Best Guitarist, 2nd Drummer.
NARM Award USA: Biggest Selling Single of 1980 (Another One Bites The Dust).
Nordoff-Robbins Music Therapy Silver Clef Award: Outstanding Contribution to British Music.
UK Video Awards: Highly Commended in Best Compilation Category for The Works EP. Best Video award for Radio Ga Ga.
Daily Mirror Reader's Poll: Top British Group, Top Male Vocalist, 5th Best Album for A Kind Of Magic.
Daily Express: Best Album Cover Award for A Kind Of Magic.
British Video Awards: Top Music Video Award for "Live In Rio" - from "Rock In Rio".
Sun: Best Male Vocalist for Freddie.
Capital Radio London: Best Group.
Ivor Novello Award: for Outstanding Contribution to British Music.
British Video Awards: Best Video, Music category for "Live In Budapest".
Golden Rose Festival, Montreux - International Music Media Conference: IMMC Award for Best Long Form Video worldwide for "The Magic Years" (DoRo).
Festerio, Rio De Janiero: Best video documentary for "The Magic Years" (DoRo).
Independent Television Awards: Best Band Of The Eighties.
US Film & Video Festival: Silver Screen Award for the "The Magic Years" (DoRo).
Diamond Awards, Antwerp: Best Special Effects Award for The Invisible Man (DoRo).
Brit Awards: Outstanding Contribution to Music.
American Film & Video Festival, Chicago: Innuendo won 1st Prize, I'm Going Slightly Mad won 3rd Prize for Creative Excellence in the Art Culture and Performing Arts category (DoRo).
Monitor Awards (International Teleproduction Society), New York City: Best Achievement in Music Video for Innuendo (DoRo).
Brit Awards: Freddie received a posthumous Outstanding Contribution To Music Award (first posthumous awarded), These Are The Days Of Our Lives receives a Best Single Award.
Ivor Novello Award: Best Single for These Are The Days Of Our Lives, Brian received a Best TV Commercial Music Award for "Driven By You".
Golden Giraffe Award: for Greatest Hits II (Award given by the Association of Hungarian Record Producers).
MTV Awards: won Best Video From A Movie - from "Wayne's World".
US Film & Video Festival, Chicago: Gold Camera Awards for the "The Freddie Mercury Tribute", "Greatest Flix II", "The Show Must Go On" and "These Are The Days Of Our Lives" (DoRo).
Ivor Novello Award: to Freddie Mercury for "Living On My Own" (posthumous).
American Society Of Composers, Authors & Publishers: Freddie posthumously awarded for Bohemian Rhapsody as the Most Played Record in the USA of 1993.
Monitor Awards, Hollywood: "Red Couch" Awards for "Greatest Flix II" and "I'm Going Slightly Mad" (DoRo).
Ivor Novello Award: Best Song Lyrically & Musically for "Too Much Love Will Kill You".
Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame Induction: for the influence and significance of the artist’s contributions to the development and perpetuation of rock and roll.
Golden Rose Film Festival, Montreux: "Prix de la Presse" award for "The Freddie Mercury Untold Story".
New York Film Festival: Gold World Medal for the Best Television and Entertainment Program (Variety Special Section), Gold World Medal for the Best Home Video (Music Video Section) for "Untold Story".
Capital FM Awards: Outstanding Contribution to Music.
Guinness World Records: UK’s best single of the past 50 years for "Bophemian Rhapsody".
Annual DVD Awards: Best DVD-Audio/Non Video for "A Night at the Opera".
Surround Music Awards: "Most Adventurous Mix" and "Listener's Choice" awards for "A Night At The Opera" DVD-Audio.
Hollywood Walk Of Fame Induction: for the unparalleled achievements of the band which dominated three generations of music history.
Songwriters Hall Of Fame Induction: to recognizing the work and lives of composers and lyricists who have made outstanding achievements in popular music.
Annual DVD Awards: Best DVD-Audio for "The Game"
DVD Awards At The Universal Sheraton: DVD-Audio Of The Year for "The Game"
Capital Legends Awards: Legendary Group - Queen
European Music DVD-Award: Best Live DVD for "Live At Wembley Stadium".
Surround Music Award: "Best Mix: Non-Orchestral" for "The Game" DVD-A.
Grammy's Hall Of Fame: the recordings of lasting qualitative or historical significance that are at least 25 years old - "Bohemian Rhapsody"