List of UEFA Cup Winners' Cup top scorers

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List of UEFA Cup Winners' Cup top scorers
Founded 1960
Region Europe (UEFA)
Number of teams 32 (first round)
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The UEFA Cup Winners' Cup (CWC) was an annual Association football cup competition organised by UEFA since 1960. Prior to 1994 the tournament was officially called the European Cup Winners' Cup. The competition was a straight knockout competition open only to the cup winner club of each country, or the losing finalist, if the winner managed a double. After the establishment of the UEFA Champions League (formerly called the European Champion Clubs' Cup) in the early 1990s, the standing and prestige of the Cup Winners' Cup began to decline. With the expansion of the Champions League in 1997 to allow more than one team from the highest ranked member associations to enter, the CWC began to look noticeably inferior. By the late 1990s, the CWC had come to be seen as a second-rate competition with only one or two big name teams available to enter each year and the interest in the tournament from both major clubs and the public dropped. Finally, with the further expansion of the UEFA Champions League to include as many as three or four teams from the top footballing nations, the decision was taken to abolish the competition after the end of the 1998–99 tournament, which was won by Lazio.

All-time top scorers[edit]

Ranking Player Country Goals App Ratio Years Clubs
1 Rob Rensenbrink Netherlands Netherlands 25 36 0,64 1970-1978 Club Brugge (2), Anderlecht (23)
2 Gerd Müller West Germany West Germany 20 25 0,80 1966-1972 Bayern Munich (20)
2 Gianluca Vialli Italy Italy 20 35 0,57 1988-1999 Sampdoria (13), Chelsea (7)
4 François Van der Elst Belgium Belgium 18 30 0,60 1975-1980 Anderlecht (18)
5 Roger Claessen Belgium Belgium 17 23 0,74 1965-1972 Standard Liège (16), Beerschot (1)
5 Hans Krankl Austria Austria 17 33 0,52 1972-1986 Rapid Wien (8), Barcelona (9)
7 Jorge Alberto Mendonça Portugal Portugal 16 23 0,70 1961-1969 Atlético Madrid (14), Barcelona (2)
7 Kurt Hamrin Sweden Sweden 16 23 0,70 1960-1968 Fiorentina (12), Milan (4)
9 Włodzimierz Lubański Poland Poland 15 17 0,88 1969-1971 Górnik Zabrze (15)
9 Hristo Stoichkov Bulgaria Bulgaria 15 28 0,54 1988-1997 CSKA Sofia (7), Barcelona (8)
9 Alon Mizrahi Israel Israel 15 18 0,83 1993-1999 Maccabi Haifa F.C. (15)
12 Lothar Emmerich West Germany West Germany 14 9 1,56 1965-1966 Borussia Dortmund (14)
12 Peter Osgood England England 14 18 0,78 1970-1977 Chelsea (12), Southampton (2)
12 Kiril Milanov Bulgaria Bulgaria 14 8 1,75 1976-1983 Levski Sofia (13), Lokomotiv Sofia (1)
12 Klaus Allofs West Germany West Germany 14 39 0,36 1979-1993 Fortuna Düsseldorf (4), Köln (4), Marseille (4), Werder Bremen (2)

Winners by seasons[edit]

The top scorer award is for the player who amassed the most goals in the tournament.

Season Player Country Club Goals
1960–61 Kurt Hamrin Sweden Sweden Italy Fiorentina 6
1961–62 János Göröcs Hungary Hungary Hungary Újpest 8
1962–63 Georgi Asparuhov Bulgaria Bulgaria Bulgaria Botev Plovdiv 6
Jimmy Greaves England England England Tottenham Hotspur 6
1963–64 Mascarenhas Portugal Portugal Portugal Sporting CP 11
1964–65 Pierre Kerkhoffs Netherlands Netherlands Switzerland Lausanne-Sports 6
Václav Mašek Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia Sparta Prague 6
Gustav Mráz Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia Sparta Prague 6
1965–66 Lothar Emmerich West Germany West Germany West Germany Borussia Dortmund 14
1966–67 Roger Claessen Belgium Belgium Belgium Standard Liège 10
1967–68 Uwe Seeler West Germany West Germany West Germany Hamburg 8
1968–69 Carl-Heinz Rühl West Germany West Germany West Germany Köln 6
1969–70 Włodzimierz Lubański Poland Poland Poland Górnik Zabrze 7
1970–71 Włodzimierz Lubański Poland Poland Poland Górnik Zabrze 8
1971–72 Peter Osgood England England England Chelsea 8
1972–73 Luciano Chiarugi Italy Italy Italy Milan 7
1973–74 Jupp Heynckes West Germany West Germany West Germany Borussia Mönchengladbach 8
1974–75 Willy van der Kuijlen Netherlands Netherlands Netherlands PSV Eindhoven 8
1975–76 Rob Rensenbrink Netherlands Netherlands Belgium Anderlecht 8
1976–77 Kiril Milanov Bulgaria Bulgaria Bulgaria Levski Sofia 13
1977–78 Ab Gritter Netherlands Netherlands Netherlands Twente 6
Ferdinand Keller West Germany West Germany West Germany Hamburg 6
François Van der Elst Belgium Belgium Belgium Anderlecht 6
1978–79 Alessandro Altobelli Italy Italy Italy Internazionale 7
1979–80 Mario Kempes Argentina Argentina Spain Valencia 9
1980–81 David Cross England England England West Ham United 6
1981–82 Ramaz Shengelia Soviet Union Soviet Union Soviet Union Dinamo Tbilisi 6
Eddy Voordeckers Belgium Belgium Belgium Standard Liège 6
1982–83 Santillana Spain Spain Spain Real Madrid 8
1983–84 Viktor Hrachov Soviet Union Soviet Union Soviet Union Shakhtyor Donetsk 5
Mark McGhee Scotland Scotland Scotland Aberdeen 5
Serhiy Morozov Soviet Union Soviet Union Soviet Union Shakhtyor Donetsk 5
1984–85 Valery Gazzaev Soviet Union Soviet Union Soviet Union Dynamo Moscow 5
Andy Gray Scotland Scotland England Everton 5
Antonín Panenka Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia Austria Rapid Wien 5
1985–86 Ihor Belanov Soviet Union Soviet Union Soviet Union Dynamo Kyiv 5
Oleg Blokhin Soviet Union Soviet Union Soviet Union Dynamo Kyiv 5
Frank Lippmann East Germany East Germany East Germany Dynamo Dresden 5
Oleksandr Zavarov Soviet Union Soviet Union Soviet Union Dynamo Kyiv 5
1986–87 John Bosman Netherlands Netherlands Netherlands Ajax 8
1987–88 Paulinho Cascavel Brazil Brazil Portugal Sporting CP 6
1988–89 Hristo Stoichkov Bulgaria Bulgaria Bulgaria CSKA Sofia 7
1989–90 Gianluca Vialli Italy Italy Italy Sampdoria 7
1990–91 Roberto Baggio Italy Italy Italy Juventus 9
1991–92 Peter Lipcsei Hungary Hungary Hungary Ferencváros 6
1992–93 Alexandre Czerniatynski Belgium Belgium Belgium Royal Antwerp 7
1993–94 Ivaylo Andonov Bulgaria Bulgaria Bulgaria CSKA Sofia 5
Eoin Jess Scotland Scotland Scotland Aberdeen 5
Ulf Kirsten Germany Germany Germany Bayer Leverkusen 5
Alon Mizrahi Israel Israel Israel Maccabi Haifa 5
1994–95 Ian Wright England England England Arsenal 9
1995–96 Petr Samec Czech Republic Czech Republic Czech Republic Hradec Králové 9
1996–97 Robbie Fowler England England England Liverpool 7
1997–98 Pasquale Luiso Italy Italy Italy Vicenza 8
1998–99 Alon Mizrahi Israel Israel Israel Maccabi Haifa 7

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By team[edit]

Team Titles Goals Seasons
1 Ukraine Dynamo Kyiv[nb 1] 3 15 1985-86*, 1985-86*, 1985-86*.
2 Czech Republic Sparta Prague[nb 2] 2 12 1964–65*, 1964–65*.
Germany Hamburg 2 14 1967–68, 1977–78*.
Poland Górnik Zabrze 2 15 1969–70, 1970–71.
Belgium Anderlecht 2 14 1975-76, 1977–78*.
Belgium Standard Liège 2 16 1966-67, 1981–82*.
Ukraine Shakhtyor Donetsk[nb 3] 2 10 1983-84*, 1983-84*.
Portugal Sporting CP 2 17 1963–64, 1987–88.
Scotland Aberdeen 2 12 1983-84*, 1993-94*.
Bulgaria CSKA Sofia 2 12 1988-89, 1993-94*.
Israel Maccabi Haifa 2 12 1993-94*, 1998-99.
  • * Two or more players were equal top scorers.
  • List is ordered by date of accomplishment.

By country[edit]

Country Titles Goals Seasons
1 Germany Germany[nb 4] 5 42 1965-66, 1967–68, 1968–69, 1973–74, 1977–78*,1994-95*.
Ukraine Ukraine[nb 5] 5 25 1983-84*, 1983-84*, 1985-86*, 1985-86*, 1985-86*.
Netherlands Netherlands 5 36 1964-65*, 1974–75, 1975–76, 1977-78*, 1986–87.
England England 5 36 1962-63*, 1971–72, 1980–81, 1994–95, 1996-97.
Italy Italy 5 38 1972-73, 1978–79, 1989–90, 1990–91, 1997–98.
6 Belgium Belgium 4 29 1966-67, 1977-78*, 1981-82*, 1992-93.
Bulgaria Bulgaria 4 31 1962-63*, 1976–77, 1988–89, 1993-94*.
Czech Republic Czech Republic[nb 6] 4 26 1964–65*, 1964–65*, 1984–85*, 1995–96.
9 Scotland Scotland 3 15 1983-84*, 1984–85*, 1993–94*.
10 Poland Poland 2 15 1969-70, 1970–71.
Hungary Hungary 2 14 1961-62, 1991-92*.
Israel Israel 2 12 1993-94*, 1998–99.
  • * Two or more players were equal top scorers.
  • List is ordered by date of accomplishment.

By player[edit]

Country Titles Goals Seasons
1 Poland Włodzimierz Lubański 2 15 1969–70, 1970–71.
Israel Alon Mizrahi 2 12 1993-94*, 1998-99.
  • * Two or more players were equal top scorers.
  • List is ordered by date of accomplishment.

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ In the 1985–86 season three Dynamo Kyiv players were joint top scorers
  2. ^ In the 1964–65 season two Sparta Prague players were joint top scorers
  3. ^ In the 1983–84 season two Shakhtyor Donetsk players were joint top scorers
  4. ^ Includes West Germany but not East Germany
  5. ^ In the 1983–84 season two Ukrainian players were joint top scorers and in the 1985–86 season three Ukrainians players were joint top scorers
  6. ^ In the 1964–65 season two Czech players were joint top scorers

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