European association football club records

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This page details football club records in Europe.

Individual records

Most goals in a season

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Rank Player Nationality Goals Club Season League Cup International[1] Other[2] Golden Shoe
1 Lionel Messi  Argentina 73 Spain Barcelona 2011–12 50[3] 3 17 3 Yes
2 Gerd Müller  Germany 67 Germany Bayern Munich 1972–73 36 7 12 12 No
3 Ferenc Deák  Hungary 66 Hungary Szentlőrinc A.C. 1945–46 66 ** * - ^
Arthur Ceuleers  Belgium 66 Belgium Beerschot 1940–41 15 - * 51 ^
5 Gyula Zsengellér  Hungary 65 Hungary Újpest 1938–39 56 ** 9 - ^
6 Dixie Dean  England 63 England Everton 1927–28 60 3 * - ^
Jimmy McGrory  Scotland 63 Scotland Celtic 1927–28 48 6 * 9 ^
Marc Lloyd-Williams  Wales 63 Wales Bangor City 2001–02 47 13 - 3 No
9 Cristiano Ronaldo  Portugal 61 Spain Real Madrid 2014–15 48 1 10 2 Yes
10 William MacFadyen  Scotland 60 Scotland Motherwell 1932–33 45 15 * - ^
Isidro Lángara Spain Spain 60 Spain Real Oviedo 1933–34 27 9 * 24 ^
Cristiano Ronaldo  Portugal 60 Spain Real Madrid 2011–12 46 3 10 1 No
Lionel Messi  Argentina 60 Spain Barcelona 2012–13 46 4 8 2 Yes
14 Fred Roberts  Northern Ireland 59 Northern Ireland Glentoran 1930–31 55 4 * - ^
Ferenc Deák  Hungary 59 Hungary Ferencváros 1948–49 59 ** * - ^
Refik Resmja  Albania 59+7 Albania KF Partizani Tirana 1950–51 59 ? * - ^
17 Jimmy McGrory  Scotland 58 Scotland Celtic 1926–27 47 9 * 2 ^
18 Joe Bambrick  Northern Ireland 57 Northern Ireland Linfield 1929–30 50 7 * - ^
Josef Bican  Czech Republic 57+? Czech Republic SC Slavia Prague 1943–44 57 ? * ? ^
Fernando Peyroteo  Portugal 57 Portugal Sporting CP 1945–46 37 9 * 11 ^
21 Duncan Walker  Scotland 56 Scotland St. Mirren 1921–22 45 11 - - ^
Werner Baßler  Germany 56 Germany Kaiserslautern 1948–49 - ** * 56 ^
Jim Forrest  Scotland 56 Scotland Rangers 1964–65 30 3 6 17 ^
Rhys Griffiths  Wales 56 Wales Llanelli 2007–08 40 7 3 6 No
Aleksandrs Čekulajevs  Latvia 56 Estonia JK Narva Trans 2011 46 10 - - No
26 Fernando Peyroteo  Portugal 55 Portugal Sporting CP 1937–38 34 9 * 12 ^
Henk Groot  Netherlands 55 Netherlands Ajax 1960–61 41 14 - - ^
Mário Jardel  Brazil 55 Portugal Sporting CP 2001–02 42 7 6 - Yes
Cristiano Ronaldo  Portugal 55 Spain Real Madrid 2012–13 34 7 12 2 No
  • All records happened while the players' clubs in top-flight domestic league
  • *: No European football competition before 1955
  • **: No domestic cup competition held
  • ^: No Golden Shoe Award before 1967

Most league goals scored for one club (first tier)

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Bold indicates ongoing.

Most Ballon d'Or (1956–2009) + FIFA Ballon d'Or (2010–)

Players still active marked in bold.


Rank Player Club Awards Years
1 Argentina Lionel Messi Barcelona 4 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012
2 Netherlands Johan Cruyff AFC Ajax, Barcelona[6] 3 1971, 1973, 1974
France Michel Platini Juventus 3 1983, 1984, 1985
Netherlands Marco van Basten AC Milan 3 1988, 1989, 1992
Portugal Cristiano Ronaldo Manchester United, Real Madrid 3 2008, 2013, 2014
6 Argentina Spain Alfredo Di Stéfano Real Madrid 2 1957, 1959
Germany Franz Beckenbauer Bayern Munich 2 1972, 1976
England Kevin Keegan Hamburger SV 2 1978, 1979
Germany Karl-Heinz Rummenigge Bayern Munich 2 1980, 1981
Brazil Ronaldo Inter Milan,[7]Real Madrid[8] 2 1997, 2002

Youngest players

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UEFA Champions League

UEFA Cup / UEFA Europa League

Team records

Most trophies ever

Only national league, national cup, league cup, national super cup and other certain domestic competitions,[which?] UEFA Champions League (European Champion Clubs' Cup), UEFA Cup Winners' Cup (European Cup Winners' Cup), UEFA Europa League (UEFA Cup), UEFA Intertoto Cup, UEFA Super Cup (European Super Cup), Toyota Cup (Intercontinental Cup) and FIFA Club World Cup were taken into account.

No Club Domestic European Intercontinental Worldwide Total
1. Rangers 115 1 0 0 116
2. Linfield 105 0 0 0 105
3. Celtic 96 1 0 0 97
4. Barcelona 63 15 0 2 80
5. Real Madrid 61 14 3 1 79
6. Benfica 73 2 0 0 75[9]
7. Porto 67 5 2 0 74[10]
8. Olympiacos 73 0 0 0 73
9. Ajax 59 8 2 0 69
10. Bayern Munich 52 8 2 1 63

Most trophies in a calendar year

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Most consecutive wins in domestic league

Longest unbeaten run in domestic league

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Longest unbeaten run (at home) in domestic league

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  • 121 — Real Madrid from February 17, 1957 to March 7, 1965
  • 112 — Steaua București from November 21, 1989 to August 18, 1996
  • 96 — Red Star Belgrade from August 29, 1998 to August 7, 2004
  • 93 — PSV from September 17, 1983 to March 19, 1989
  • 92 — Nantes from May 15, 1976 to April 7, 1981
  • 90 — Trabzonspor from November 30, 1975 to November 1, 1981

Highest attendance at a major European domestic match

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Highest goal margin (aggregate) in European football

See also

References

  1. ^ UEFA Champions League, UEFA Super Cup, FIFA Club World Cup etc
  2. ^ League Cup etc
  3. ^ Most goals in a La Liga season (at least 30 goals)
  4. ^ 267 goals scored at regional Oberliga Nord. 137 goals Bundesliga. 40 goals Championship facing rest Oberligas teams. Prior to the Bundesliga, the national champion was determined in a series of knock-out games between 5 regional Oberligas classified teams, after the domestic league ended.
  5. ^ Two stages. (1974–1980: 125 goals, 1982–1989: 163 goals)
  6. ^ Johan Cruyff was signed by Barcelona from Ajax mid-way through 1973.
  7. ^ Ronaldo was signed by Internazionale from Barcelona mid-way through 1997.
  8. ^ Ronaldo was signed by Real Madrid from Internazionale mid-way through 2002.
  9. ^ "Palmarés (Benfica)" [Benfica honours] (in Portuguese). LPFP. Retrieved 31 May 2015. 
  10. ^ "Palmarés (Porto)" [Porto honours] (in Portuguese). LPFP. Retrieved 31 May 2015. 
  11. ^ No Super Cup
  12. ^ a b c d "Maiores séries de vitórias seguidas na Europa" [Biggest series of consecutive wins in Europe] (in Portuguese). UEFA. 7 February 2011. Retrieved 30 April 2015. 
  13. ^ Martins, Paulo (27 July 2004). "SL Benfica's series of 56 matches unbeaten in the I Divisão". RSSSF. Retrieved 5 December 2014. 
  14. ^ Stokkermans, Karel (30 April 2015). "Champions' Cup/Champions League Trivia". RSSSF. Retrieved 14 May 2015. 
  15. ^ "UEFA Champions League 1965_66 - History - Stade Dudelange-Benfica Lineups". uefa.com. UEFA. Retrieved 5 December 2014. 
  16. ^ "UEFA Champions League 1965_66 - History - Benfica-Stade Dudelange Lineups". uefa.com. UEFA. Retrieved 5 December 2014. 

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