Belgian First Division top scorers

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This is the list of Belgian League top scorers season by season.

Season Player Country Club Goals
1945-46 Bert De Cleyn Belgium Mechelen 40
1946-47 Jef Mermans Belgium Anderlecht 38
1947-48 Jef Mermans Belgium Anderlecht 23
1948-49 René Thirifays Belgium Charleroi 26
1949-50 Jef Mermans Belgium Anderlecht 37
1950-51 Albert Dehert Belgium Berchem Sport 27
1951-52 Jozef Mannaerts Belgium KRC Mechelen 25 [1]
1952-53 Rik Coppens Belgium Beerschot 35
1953-54 Hippolyte Van Den Bosch Belgium Anderlecht 29
1954-55 Rik Coppens Belgium Beerschot 35
1955-56 Jean Mathonet Belgium Standard 26
1956-57 Maurice Willems Belgium Gent 35
1957-58 Jef Van Gool Belgium Antwerp 25
Jef Vliers Belgium Beerschot
1958-59 Victor Wegria Belgium Liégeois 26
1959-60 Victor Wegria Belgium Liégeois 21
1960-61 Victor Wegria Belgium Liégeois 23
1961-62 Jacky Stockman Belgium Anderlecht 29
1962-63 Victor Wegria Belgium Liégeois 24
1963-64 Paul Van Himst Belgium Anderlecht 26
1964-65 Jean-Paul Colonval Belgium Tilleur 25
1965-66 Paul Van Himst Belgium Anderlecht 25
1966-67 Jan Mulder Netherlands Anderlecht 20
1967-68 Paul Van Himst
Roger Claessen
Belgium
Belgium
Anderlecht
Standard Liège
20
1968-69 Antal Nagy Hungary Standard Liège 20
1969-70 Lothar Emmerich Germany Beerschot 29
1970-71 Erwin Kostedde Germany Standard Liège 26
1971-72 Raoul Lambert Belgium Club Brugge 17
1972-73 Robbie Rensenbrink
Alfred Riedl
Netherlands
Austria
Anderlecht
Sint-Truiden
16
1973-74 Attila Ladynski Hungary Anderlecht 22
1974-75 Alfred Riedl Austria Antwerp 28
1975-76 Hans Posthumus Netherlands Lierse 26
1976-77 François Van Der Elst Belgium Anderlecht 21
1977-78 Harald Nickel Germany Standard Liège 22
1978-79 Erwin Albert Germany Beveren 28
1979-80 Erwin Vandenbergh Belgium Lierse 39
1980-81 Erwin Vandenbergh Belgium Lierse 24
1981-82 Erwin Vandenbergh Belgium Lierse 25
1982-83 Erwin Vandenbergh Belgium Anderlecht 20
1983-84 Nico Claesen Belgium Seraing 27
1984-85 Ronny Martens Belgium Gent 23
1985-86 Erwin Vandenbergh Belgium Anderlecht 27
1986-87 Arnór Guðjohnsen Iceland Anderlecht 19
1987-88 Francis Severeyns Belgium Antwerp 24
1988-89 Edi Krncevic Australia Anderlecht 23
1989-90 Frank Farina Australia Club Brugge 24
1990-91 Erwin Vandenbergh Belgium Gent 23
1991-92 Josip Weber Croatia Cercle Brugge 26
1992-93 Josip Weber Croatia Cercle Brugge 31
1993-94 Josip Weber Belgium[2] Cercle Brugge 31
1994-95 Aurelio Vidmar Australia Standard Liège 22
1995-96 Mario Stanić Croatia Club Brugge 20
1996-97 Robert Špehar Croatia Club Brugge 26
1997-98 Branko Strupar Croatia Genk 22
1998-99 Jan Koller Czech Republic Lokeren 24
1999-00 Ole Martin Årst
Toni Brogno
Norway
Belgium
Gent
Westerlo
30
2000-01 Tomasz Radzinski Canada Anderlecht 23
2001-02 Wesley Sonck Belgium Genk 30
2002-03 Cédric Roussel
Wesley Sonck
Belgium
Belgium
Mons
Genk
22
2003-04 Luigi Pieroni Belgium Mouscron 28
2004-05 Nenad Jestrović Serbia and Montenegro Anderlecht 18
2005-06 Tosin Dosunmu Nigeria Germinal Beerschot 18
2006-07 François Sterchele Belgium Germinal Beerschot 21
2007-08 Joseph Akpala Nigeria Charleroi 18
2008-09 Alfonso Ruiz Colombia Westerlo 18
2009-10 Romelu Lukaku Belgium Anderlecht 15 [3]
2010-11 Ivan Perišić Croatia Club Brugge 22
2011-12 Jérémy Perbet France Mons 25
2012-13 Carlos Bacca Colombia Club Brugge 25

Notes

  • 1^ Originally, Rik Coppens was credited with the title of top scorer for the 1951-52 season with 23 goals, until in 2011 a fan noticed that Jozef Mannaerts had actually scored 25 goals that season and the title changed hands.[1]
  • 2^ Josip Weber changed nationality during the 1993-94 season.
  • 3^ Starting with the 2009-10 season, only 30 games were played in the regular competition to decide upon the title of topscorer. In the first season, the title of top scorer was decided immediately after these 30 games. However from the season 2010-11 on, the goals scored during the playoffs will count.[2] If this rule had been in place during the 2009-10 season, Dorge Kouemaha would have been top scorer instead of Lukaku.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "RC Mechelen-forward is the top scorer of the 1951-52 season". sporza.be. 2011-12-06.  (Dutch)
  2. ^ "Top scorer known only after play-offs". nieuwsblad.be. 2011-03-18.  (Dutch)