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Winners of the European Golden Boot

Each year the European Golden Boot is awarded to the top goalscorer across all European leagues in a season. In 2019 Barcelona’s Lionel Messi claimed his sixth European Golden Boot title which is the most of any other player.

Fast Facts:

  • The European Golden Boot is also known as The European Golden Shoe.
  • Since 1996, winners of the Golden Boot were awarded by European Sports Media.
  • The European Golden Boot is presented every year to the leading goalscorer in league matches from the top division of all European national league teams.
  • There are nine players that have won the European Golden Boot twice.
  • Between 1991-92 and 1995-96 there was no Golden Shoe ceremony.

Winners of the European Golden Boot

SeasonPlayerClubLeague
2018–19Lionel Messi (6)BarcelonaSpain La Liga
2017–18Lionel Messi (5)BarcelonaSpain La Liga
2016–17Lionel Messi (4)BarcelonaSpain La Liga
2015–16Luis Suárez (2)BarcelonaSpain La Liga
2014–15Cristiano Ronaldo (4)Real MadridSpain La Liga
2013–14Luis SuárezLiverpoolEngland Premier League
2013–14Cristiano Ronaldo (3)Real MadridSpain La Liga
2012–13Lionel Messi (3)BarcelonaSpain La Liga
2011–12Lionel Messi (2)BarcelonaSpain La Liga
2010–11Cristiano Ronaldo (2)Real MadridSpain La Liga
2009–10Lionel MessiBarcelonaSpain La Liga
2008–09Diego Forlán (2)Atlético MadridSpain La Liga
2007–08Cristiano RonaldoManchester UnitedEngland Premier League
2006–07Francesco TottiRomaSerie A
2005–06Luca ToniFiorentinaSerie A
Diego ForlánVillarrealSpain La Liga
2004–05Thierry Henry (2)ArsenalEngland Premier League
2003–04Thierry HenryArsenalEngland Premier League
2002–03Roy MakaayDeportivo La CoruñaSpain La Liga
2001–02Mário Jardel (2)Sporting CPPrimeira Liga
2000–01Henrik LarssonCelticScotland Premier League
1999–2000Kevin PhillipsSunderlandEngland Premier League
1998–99Mário JardelPortoPrimeira Liga
1997–98Nikos MachlasVitesse ArnhemEredivisie
1996–97RonaldoBarcelonaSpain La Liga
1995–96Zviad EndeladzeMargvetiGeorgia Umaglesi Liga
1994–95Arsen AvetisyanHomenetmenArmenia Premier League
1993–94David TaylorPorthmadogWales League of Wales
1992–93Ally McCoist (2)RangersScotland Premier Division
1991–92Ally McCoistRangersScotland Premier Division
1990–91Darko PančevRed Star BelgradeSocialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia First League
Hristo StoichkovCSKA SofiaA PFG
1989–90Hugo SánchezReal MadridSpain La Liga
1988–89Dorin MateuțDinamo BucureștiLiga I
1987–88Tanju ÇolakGalatasarayTurkey Süper Lig
1986–87Toni Polster[a]FK Austria WienAustria Bundesliga
1985–86Marco van BastenAjaxEredivisie
1984–85Fernando Gomes (2)PortoPrimeira Liga
1983–84Ian RushLiverpoolEngland First Division
1982–83Fernando GomesPortoPrimeira Liga
1981–82Wim KieftAjaxEredivisie
1980–81Georgi SlavkovBotev PlovdivParva Liga
1979–80Erwin VandenberghLierseBelgium First Division
1978–79Kees KistAZEredivisie
1977–78Hans KranklRapid WienAustria Bundesliga
1976–77Dudu Georgescu (2)Dinamo BucureștiLiga I
1975–76Sotiris KaiafasOmonia NicosiaCyprus First Division
1974–75Dudu GeorgescuDinamo BucureștiLiga I
1973–74Héctor YazaldeSporting CPPrimeira Liga
1972–73Eusébio (2)BenficaPrimeira Liga
1971–72Gerd Müller (2)Bayern MunichGermany Bundesliga
1970–71Josip SkoblarMarseilleFrance Ligue 1
1969–70Gerd MüllerBayern MunichGermany Bundesliga
1968–69Petar ZhekovCSKA SofiaBulgaria Parva Liga
1967–68EusébioBenficaPrimeira Liga
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