List of 2. Bundesliga top scorers

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This is the list of 2. Bundesliga top scorers season by season.[1]

The 2. Bundesliga was established in 1974 in two regional divisions and began play in August 1974 with a game between 1. FC Saarbrücken and SV Darmstadt 98, with Nikolaus Semlitsch of Saarbrücken scoring the first-ever goal of the new league.[2][3] Bernd Hoffmann of Karlsruher SC and Volker Graul of Arminia Bielefeld became the first-ever top scorers of the southern and northern divisions.[1] From 1981, with the exception of the 1991–92 season, the league operated as a single division.

Horst Hrubesch holds the record for the highest number of goals in a season, 41 for Rot-Weiss Essen in the 1977–78 season of the northern division. The record holder for the single-division era is Rudi Völler of TSV 1860 München in 1981–82 with 37 goals. The only player to finish top scorer three times was Emanuel Günther, on all three occasions with Karlsruher SC (shared once). Siegfried Reich, Angelo Vier and Artur Wichniarek (the last shared once) won two titles, with Reich's achievements particularly notable as they occurred seven years apart. Arminia Bielefeld holds the record for top scorers for clubs, having provided the leagues top scorer on six occasions.[1] The most career goals in the league were scored by Dieter Schatzschneider with 154, who was also the leagues top scorer in 1982–83.[4]

Top scorers[edit]

The leagues top scorers:[1][5]

Top scorers
Season Top scorer(s) Club Goals
1974–75 Germany Bernd Hoffmann (South)
Germany Volker Graul (North)
Karlsruher SC
Arminia Bielefeld
25
30
1975–76 Germany Karl-Heinz Granitza (South)
Germany Norbert Stolzenburg (North)
SV Röchling Völklingen
Tennis Borussia Berlin
29
27
1976–77 Germany Lothar Emmerich (South)
Germany Franz Gerber (North)
Würzburger FV
FC St. Pauli
24
27
1977–78 Germany Emanuel Günther (South)
Germany Horst Hrubesch (North)
Karlsruher SC
Rot-Weiss Essen
27
41
1978–79 Germany Eduard Kirschner (South)
Germany Karl-Heinz Mödrath (North)
SpVgg Fürth
Fortuna Köln
28
28
1979–80 Germany Emanuel Günther (South)
Germany Christian Sackewitz (North)
Karlsruher SC
Arminia Bielefeld
28
35
1980–81 Germany Horst Neumann (South)
Germany Frank Mill (North)
SV Darmstadt 98
Rot-Weiss Essen
27
40
1981–82 Germany Rudi Völler TSV 1860 München 37
1982–83 Germany Dieter Schatzschneider Fortuna Köln 31
1983–84 Germany Roland Wohlfarth
Germany Emanuel Günther
MSV Duisburg
Karlsruher SC
30
1984–85 Germany Manfred Burgsmüller Rot-Weiß Oberhausen 29
1985–86 Germany Leo Bunk Blau-Weiß 90 Berlin 26
1986–87 Germany Siegfried Reich Hannover 96 26
1987–88 Senegal Souleyman Sané SC Freiburg 21
1988–89 Germany Sven Demandt Fortuna Düsseldorf 35
1989–90 Germany Maurice Banach SG Wattenscheid 09 22
1990–91 Germany Michael Tönnies MSV Duisburg 29
1991–92 Germany Michael Preetz (South)
Czech Republic Radek Drulak (North)
1. FC Saarbrücken
VfB Oldenburg
17
21
1992–93 Germany Siegfried Reich VfL Wolfsburg 27
1993–94 Germany Uwe Wegmann VfL Bochum 22
1994–95 Germany Jürgen Rische VfB Leipzig 17
1995–96 Germany Fritz Walter Arminia Bielefeld 21
1996–97 Germany Angelo Vier Rot-Weiss Essen 18
1997–98 Germany Angelo Vier FC Gütersloh 18
1998–99 Germany Bruno Labbadia Arminia Bielefeld 28
1999–2000 Croatia Tomislav Maric Stuttgarter Kickers 21
2000–01 Poland Artur Wichniarek
Cameroon Olivier Djappa
Arminia Bielefeld
SSV Reutlingen
18
2001–02 Poland Artur Wichniarek Arminia Bielefeld 20
2002–03 Ukraine Andriy Voronin 1. FSV Mainz 05 20
2003–04 Slovakia Marek Mintal
Spain Francisco Copado
1. FC Nürnberg
SpVgg Unterhaching
18
2004–05 Germany Lukas Podolski 1. FC Köln 24
2005–06 Germany Christian Eigler SpVgg Greuther Fürth 18
2006–07 Italy Giovanni Federico Karlsruher SC 19
2007–08 Slovenia Milivoje Novakovic 1. FC Köln 20
2008–09 Slovakia Marek Mintal
Democratic Republic of the Congo Cédric Makiadi
Germany Benjamin Auer
1. FC Nürnberg
MSV Duisburg
Alemannia Aachen
16
2009–10 Germany Michael Thurk FC Augsburg 23
2010–11 Germany Nils Petersen Energie Cottbus 25
2011–12 Canada Olivier Occéan
Germany Nick Proschwitz
Germany Alexander Meier
SpVgg Greuther Fürth
SC Paderborn 07
Eintracht Frankfurt
17
2012–13 Democratic Republic of the Congo Dominick Kumbela Eintracht Braunschweig 19
2013–14 Turkey Mahir Saglik
Slovakia Jakub Sylvestr
SC Paderborn 07
Erzgebirge Aue
15

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d 2. Bundesliga » Torschützenkönige (German) weltfussball.de, Top scorers, accessed: 17 March 2014
  2. ^ 2. Bundesliga: Geschichte, Regeln, Rekorde (German) www.spox.com, accessed: 15 February 2014
  3. ^ Die Spielstatistik 1. FC Saarbrücken - SV Darmstadt 98 www.fussballdaten.de, Game report 1. FC Saarbrücken vs SV Darmstadt 98 (2 August 1974), accessed: 15 February 2014
  4. ^ 2. Bundesliga » Rekordtorjäger (German) weltfussball.de, 2. Bundesliga: All-time goal scorers list, accessed: 15 February 2014
  5. ^ (West) Germany - Second Level Top Scorers rsssf.com, accessed: 28 March 2014

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