Capocannoniere

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Gunnar Nordahl won the Capocannoniere a record five times while at A.C. Milan

The Serie A Golden Boot known as Capocannoniere (plural: capocannonieri) is the award given to the highest goalscorer in Serie A. The title is currently held by Ciro Immobile, who scored 22 goals for Torino in the 2013-14 season.

The highest number of goals scored to win the Golden Boot is 36, by Gino Rossetti for Torino in 1928-29. Ferenc Hirzer, Julio Libonatti and Gunnar Nordahl are in joint second place for this record; they each scored 35 goals for Juventus, Torino and A.C. Milan respectively.

Gunnar Nordahl of Milan has won the award the most times with five wins in 1949–50, 1950–51, 1952–53, 1953–54 and 1954–55.[1]

Winners[edit]

Serie A[edit]

Season Player Nationality Club Goals[2]
1923–24 Heinrich Schönfeld  Austria Torino 22
1924–25 Mario Magnozzi Italy Italy Livorno 19
1925–26 Ferenc Hirzer  Hungary Juventus 35
1926–27 Anton Powolny  Austria Internazionale 22
1927–28 Julio Libonatti  Argentina/Italy Italy Torino 35
1928–29 Gino Rossetti Italy Italy Torino 36
1929–30 Giuseppe Meazza Italy Italy Ambrosiana-Inter 31
1930–31 Rodolfo Volk Italy Italy Roma 29
1931–32 Angelo Schiavio
Pedro Petrone
Italy Italy
 Uruguay
Bologna
Fiorentina
25
1932–33 Felice Borel Italy Italy Juventus 29
1933–34 Felice Borel Italy Italy Juventus 31
1934–35 Enrique Guaita  Argentina/Italy Italy Roma 28
1935–36 Giuseppe Meazza Italy Italy Ambrosiana-Inter 25
1936–37 Silvio Piola Italy Italy Lazio 21
1937–38 Giuseppe Meazza Italy Italy Ambrosiana-Inter 20
1938–39 Ettore Puricelli
Aldo Boffi
 Uruguay/Italy Italy
Italy Italy
Bologna
Milan
19
1939–40 Aldo Boffi Italy Italy Milan 24
1940–41 Ettore Puricelli  Uruguay/Italy Italy Bologna 22
1941–42 Aldo Boffi Italy Italy Milan 22
1942–43 Silvio Piola Italy Italy Lazio 21
1943–45 Not awarded N/A N/A N/A
1945–46 Guglielmo Gabetto Italy Italy Torino 22
1946–47 Valentino Mazzola  Italy Torino 29
1947–48 Giampiero Boniperti  Italy Juventus 27
1948–49 István Nyers  Hungary Internazionale 26
1949–50 Gunnar Nordahl  Sweden Milan 35
1950–51 Gunnar Nordahl  Sweden Milan 34
1951–52 John Hansen  Denmark Juventus 30
1952–53 Gunnar Nordahl  Sweden Milan 26
1953–54 Gunnar Nordahl  Sweden Milan 23
1954–55 Gunnar Nordahl  Sweden Milan 27
1955–56 Gino Pivatelli  Italy Bologna 29
1956–57 Dino da Costa  Brazil/ Italy Roma 22
1957–58 John Charles  Wales Juventus 28
1958–59 Antonio Valentín Angelillo  Argentina/ Italy Internazionale 33
1959–60 Omar Sívori  Argentina/ Italy Juventus 28
1960–61 Sergio Brighenti  Italy Sampdoria 27
1961–62 José Altafini
Aurelio Milani
 Brazil/ Italy
 Italy
Milan
Fiorentina
22
1962–63 Harald Nielsen
Pedro Manfredini
 Denmark
 Argentina
Bologna
Roma
19
1963–64 Harald Nielsen  Denmark Bologna 17
1964–65 Sandro Mazzola
Alberto Orlando
 Italy
 Italy
Internazionale
Fiorentina
17
1965–66 Luis Vinicio  Brazil Vicenza 25
1966–67 Gigi Riva  Italy Cagliari 18
1967–68 Pierino Prati  Italy Milan 15
1968–69 Gigi Riva  Italy Cagliari 21
1969–70 Gigi Riva  Italy Cagliari 21
1970–71 Roberto Boninsegna  Italy Internazionale 24
1971–72 Roberto Boninsegna  Italy Internazionale 22
1972–73 Giuseppe Savoldi
Paolino Pulici
Gianni Rivera
 Italy
 Italy
 Italy
Bologna
Torino
Milan
17
1973–74 Giorgio Chinaglia  Italy Lazio 24
1974–75 Paolino Pulici  Italy Torino 18
1975–76 Paolino Pulici  Italy Torino 21
1976–77 Francesco Graziani  Italy Torino 21
1977–78 Paolo Rossi  Italy Vicenza 24
1978–79 Bruno Giordano  Italy Lazio 19
1979–80 Roberto Bettega  Italy Juventus 16
1980–81 Roberto Pruzzo  Italy Roma 18
1981–82 Roberto Pruzzo  Italy Roma 15
1982–83 Michel Platini  France Juventus 16
1983–84 Michel Platini  France Juventus 20
1984–85 Michel Platini  France Juventus 18
1985–86 Roberto Pruzzo  Italy Roma 19
1986–87 Pietro Paolo Virdis  Italy Milan 17
1987–88 Diego Maradona  Argentina Napoli 15
1988–89 Aldo Serena  Italy Internazionale 22
1989–90 Marco van Basten  Netherlands Milan 19
1990–91 Gianluca Vialli  Italy Sampdoria 19
1991–92 Marco van Basten  Netherlands Milan 25
1992–93 Giuseppe Signori  Italy Lazio 26
1993–94 Giuseppe Signori  Italy Lazio 23
1994–95 Gabriel Batistuta  Argentina Fiorentina 26
1995–96 Igor Protti
Giuseppe Signori
 Italy
 Italy
Bari
Lazio
24
1996–97 Filippo Inzaghi  Italy Atalanta 24
1997–98 Oliver Bierhoff  Germany Udinese 27
1998–99 Márcio Amoroso  Brazil Udinese 22
1999-00 Andriy Shevchenko  Ukraine Milan 24
2000–01 Hernán Crespo  Argentina Lazio 26
2001–02 David Trezeguet
Dario Hübner
 France
 Italy
Juventus
Piacenza
24
2002–03 Christian Vieri  Italy Internazionale 24
2003–04 Andriy Shevchenko  Ukraine Milan 24
2004–05 Cristiano Lucarelli  Italy Livorno 24
2005–06 Luca Toni  Italy Fiorentina 31
2006–07 Francesco Totti  Italy Roma 26
2007–08 Alessandro Del Piero  Italy Juventus 21
2008–09 Zlatan Ibrahimović  Sweden Internazionale 25
2009–10 Antonio Di Natale  Italy Udinese 29
2010–11 Antonio Di Natale  Italy Udinese 28
2011–12 Zlatan Ibrahimović  Sweden Milan 28
2012–13 Edinson Cavani  Uruguay Napoli 29
2013–14 Ciro Immobile  Italy Torino 22

By player[edit]

Rank Player Club Country Titles Seasons
1 Gunnar Nordahl Milan  Sweden 5 1949–50, 1950–51, 1952–53, 1953–54, 1954–55
2 Giuseppe Meazza Internazionale  Italy 3 1929–30, 1935–36, 1937–38
2 Aldo Boffi Milan  Italy 3 1938–39, 1939–40, 1941–42
2 Gigi Riva Cagliari  Italy 3 1966–67, 1968–69, 1969–70
2 Paolo Pulici Torino  Italy 3 1972–73, 1974–75, 1975–76
2 Roberto Pruzzo Roma  Italy 3 1980–81, 1981–82, 1985–86
2 Michel Platini Juventus  France 3 1982–83, 1983–84, 1984–85
2 Giuseppe Signori Lazio  Italy 3 1992–93, 1993–94, 1995–96

By club[edit]

The Capocannoniere has been won 17 times by A.C. Milan players, the most recent being Zlatan Ibrahimović in 2012
Rank Club Titles
1 Milan 17
2 Juventus 13
3 Internazionale 12
4 Torino 10
5 Roma 8
5 Lazio 8
6 Bologna 7
7 Fiorentina 5
8 Udinese 4
9 Cagliari 3
10 Livorno 2
10 Napoli 2
10 Sampdoria 2
10 Vicenza 2
12 Atalanta 1
12 Bari 1
12 Piacenza 1

By country[edit]

Of foreign players, Argentines have won the Capcannoniere on the most occasions, the most recent being Hernán Crespo of SS Lazio in 2001
Country Players Total
 Italy 49 66
 Argentina 8 8
 Sweden 2 7
 Brazil 4 4
 France 2 4
 Uruguay 3 4
 Denmark 2 3
 Netherlands 1 2
 Hungary 2 2
 Ukraine 1 2
 Austria 1 2
 Germany 1 1
 Wales 1 1

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Serial-scoring Swede who inflamed Milan". FIFA. Retrieved 4 September 2013. 
  2. ^ "Italy - Serie A Top Scorers". RSSSF. Retrieved 4 September 2013.