List of Bundesliga top scorers

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This is the list of Bundesliga top scorers season by season.[1] Since 1966 a miniature artillery sponsored by the German football magazine kicker is awarded to the top scorer at the end of the season. It is formally named "kicker Torjägerkanone" (kicker top scorer cannon). Gerd Müller holds the record for most goals in a single season at 40. With seven wins he is also the record holder for the most awards won. The latest recipient of the award is Robert Lewandowski, while playing for Bayern Munich.

Season Player Club Goals
1963–64 Germany Uwe Seeler Hamburger SV 30
1964–65 Germany Rudolf Brunnenmeier TSV 1860 München 24
1965–66 Germany Lothar Emmerich Borussia Dortmund 31
1966–67 Germany Lothar Emmerich
Germany Gerd Müller
Borussia Dortmund
Bayern Munich
28
1967–68 Germany Johannes Löhr 1. FC Köln 27
1968–69 Germany Gerd Müller Bayern Munich 30
1969–70 Germany Gerd Müller Bayern Munich 38
1970–71 Germany Lothar Kobluhn Rot-Weiß Oberhausen 24
1971–72 Germany Gerd Müller Bayern Munich 40
1972–73 Germany Gerd Müller Bayern Munich 36
1973–74 Germany Jupp Heynckes
Germany Gerd Müller
Borussia Mönchengladbach
FC Bayern Munich
30
1974–75 Germany Jupp Heynckes Borussia Mönchengladbach 27
1975–76 Germany Klaus Fischer Schalke 04 29
1976–77 Germany Dieter Müller 1. FC Köln 34
1977–78 Germany Dieter Müller
Germany Gerd Müller
1. FC Köln
Bayern Munich
24
1978–79 Germany Klaus Allofs Fortuna Düsseldorf 22
1979–80 Germany Karl-Heinz Rummenigge Bayern Munich 26
1980–81 Germany Karl-Heinz Rummenigge Bayern Munich 29
1981–82 Germany Horst Hrubesch Hamburger SV 27
1982–83 Germany Rudi Völler Werder Bremen 23
1983–84 Germany Karl-Heinz Rummenigge Bayern Munich 26
1984–85 Germany Klaus Allofs 1. FC Köln 26
1985–86 Germany Stefan Kuntz VfL Bochum 22
1986–87 Germany Uwe Rahn Borussia Mönchengladbach 24
1987–88 Germany Jürgen Klinsmann VfB Stuttgart 19
1988–89 Germany Thomas Allofs
Germany Roland Wohlfarth
1. FC Köln
Bayern Munich
17
1989–90 Norway Jørn Andersen Eintracht Frankfurt 18
1990–91 Germany Roland Wohlfarth Bayern Munich 21
1991–92 Germany Fritz Walter VfB Stuttgart 22
1992–93 Germany Ulf Kirsten
Ghana Anthony Yeboah
Bayer Leverkusen
Eintracht Frankfurt
20
1993–94 Germany Stefan Kuntz
Ghana Anthony Yeboah
1. FC Kaiserslautern
Eintracht Frankfurt
18
1994–95 Germany Mario Basler
Germany Heiko Herrlich
Werder Bremen
Borussia Mönchengladbach
20
1995–96 Germany Fredi Bobic VfB Stuttgart 17
1996–97 Germany Ulf Kirsten Bayer Leverkusen 22
1997–98 Germany Ulf Kirsten Bayer Leverkusen 22
1998–99 Germany Michael Preetz Hertha BSC 23
1999–00 Germany Martin Max TSV 1860 München 19
2000–01 Bosnia and Herzegovina Sergej Barbarez
Denmark Ebbe Sand
Hamburger SV
Schalke 04
22
2001–02 Brazil Márcio Amoroso
Germany Martin Max
Borussia Dortmund
TSV 1860 München
18
2002–03 Spain Thomas Christiansen
Brazil Giovane Élber
VfL Bochum
Bayern Munich
21
2003–04 Brazil Aílton Werder Bremen 28
2004–05 Slovakia Marek Mintál 1. FC Nürnberg 24
2005–06 Germany Miroslav Klose Werder Bremen 25
2006–07 Greece Theofanis Gekas VfL Bochum 20
2007–08 Italy Luca Toni Bayern Munich 24
2008–09 Brazil Grafite VfL Wolfsburg 28
2009–10 Bosnia and Herzegovina Edin Džeko VfL Wolfsburg 22
2010–11 Germany Mario Gómez Bayern Munich 28
2011–12 Netherlands Klaas-Jan Huntelaar Schalke 04 29
2012–13 Germany Stefan Kießling Bayer Leverkusen 25
2013–14 Poland Robert Lewandowski Borussia Dortmund 20
2014–15 Germany Alexander Meier Eintracht Frankfurt 19
2015–16 Poland Robert Lewandowski Bayern Munich 30
2016–17 Gabon Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang Borussia Dortmund 31
2017–18 Poland Robert Lewandowski Bayern Munich 29

See also

References

  1. ^ "Bundesliga top kuj scorers". dfb.de. Retrieved 8 October 2011. 
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