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European Golden Shoe

European Golden Shoe


A Brief History Of European Golden Shoe

The European Golden Shoe has been awarded to the highest goalscorer in all the top European divisions each season since 1967/68.

Since the 1996-97 season, European Sports Magazines have awarded the Golden Shoe based on a points system that allows those in tougher leagues to win even if they score less goals than someone in a poor league However, before this, the award was simply given to Europe's top goalscorer, regardless of which league he participated in.
Previous Winners Of European Golden Shoe

Year
2009–10
2008-09
2007-08
2006-07
2005-06
2004-05
2004-05
2003-04
2002-03
2001-02
2000-01
1999-00
1998-99
1997-98
1996-97
1995-96
1994-95
1993-94
1992-93
1991-92
1990-91
1989-90
1989-90
1988-89
1987-88
1986-87
1985-86
1984-85
1983-84
1982-83
1981-82
1980-81
1979-80
1978-79
1977-78
1976-77
1975-76
1974-75
1973-74
1972-73
1971-72
1970-71
1969-70
1968-69
1967-68
Player
Lionel Messi
Diego Forlán
Cristiano Ronaldo
Francesco Totti
Luca Toni
Thierry Henry
Diego Forlán
Thierry Henry
Roy Makaay
Mário Jardel
Henrik Larsson
Kevin Phillips
Mário Jardel
Nikos Machlas
Ronaldo
Zviad Endeladze
Arsen Avitisyan
David Taylor
Ally McCoist
Ally McCoist
Darko Pancev
Hugo Sanchez
Hristo Stoichkov
Dorin Mateuţ
Tanju Çolak
Toni Polster
Marco van Basten
Fernando Gomes
Ian Rush
Fernando Gomes
Wim Kieft
Georgi Slavkov
Erwin Vandenbergh
Kees Kist
Hans Krankl
Dudu Georgescu
Sotiris Kaiafas
Dudu Georgescu
Héctor Yazalde
Eusébio
Gerd Müller
Josip Skoblar
Gerd Müller
Petar Zhekov
Eusébio
Club
Real Madrid (Spain)
Atlético Madrid
Manchester United
AS Roma (Italy)
Fiorentina (Italy)
Arsenal (England)
Villarreal (Spain)
Arsenal (England)
Deportivo La Coruña (Spain)
Sporting Lisbon (Portugal)
Celtic (Scotland)
Sunderland (England)
Porto (Portugal)
Vitesse Arnhem (Netherlands)
Barcelona (Spain)
Margveti (Georgia)
Homenhem (Armenia)
Porthmadog (Wales)
Rangers (Scotland)
Rangers (Scotland)
Crvena Zvezda (Yugoslavia)
Real Madrid (Spain)
CSKA Sofia (Bulgaria)
Dinamo Bucharest (Romania)
Galatasaray (Turkey)
Austria Wien (Austria)
Ajax Amsterdam (Netherlands)
Porto (Portugal)
Liverpool (England)
Porto (Portugal)
Ajax Amsterdam (Netherlands)
Trakia Plovdiv (Bulgaria)
Lierse (Belgium)
AZ Alkmaar (Netherlands)
Rapid Vienna (Austria)
Dinamo Bucharest (Romania)
Omonia Nicosia (Cyprus)
Dinamo Bucharest (Romania)
Sporting Lisbon (Portugal)
Benfica (Portugal)
Bayern Munich (Germany)
Marseille (France)
Bayern Munich Germany
CSKA (Bulgaria)
Benfica (Portugal)
Goals
34
32
31
26
31
25
25
30
29
42
35
30
36
34
34
40
39
43
34
34
34
38
38
43
39
39
37
39
32
36
32
31
39
34
41
47
39
33
46
40
40
44
38
36
42