Primera División de Paraguay topscorers

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The following article contains a year-by-year list and statistics of football topscorers in the Primera División de Paraguay (Paraguayan First Division).

Topscorers by year[edit]

The following list only comprises the professional era and is missing data from 1906 to 1934 (amateur era).[1]

Also, since 2008 the Paraguayan football association (APF) awards two national champions per year; one for the Torneo Apertura and another for the Torneo Clausura. Therefore, the following legends are used from 2008 and on:

  • [A] = Apertura
  • [C] = Clausura
  • [O] = Overall topscorer for that year
Year Player Club Goals
1935 Paraguay Pedro Osorio Cerro Porteño 18
1936 Paraguay Flaminio Silva Olimpia 34
1937 Paraguay Francisco Sosa Cerro Porteño 21
1938 Paraguay Martín Flor
Paraguay Amado Salinas
Cerro Porteño
Libertad
17
1939 Paraguay Teófilo Salinas Libertad 28
1940 Paraguay José Vinsac Cerro Porteño 30
1941 Paraguay Benjamín Laterza
Paraguay Fabio Franco
Cerro Porteño
Nacional
18
1942 Paraguay Francisco Sosa Cerro Porteño 23
1943 Paraguay Atilio Mellone Guaraní 27
1944 Paraguay Porfirio Rolón
Paraguay Sixto Noceda
Libertad
Presidente Hayes
18
1945 Paraguay Porfirio Rolón Libertad 18
1946 Paraguay Leocadio Marín Olimpia 26
1947 Paraguay Leocadio Marín Olimpia 27
1948 Paraguay Fabio Franco Nacional 24
1949 Paraguay Darío Jara Saguier Cerro Porteño 18
1950 Paraguay Darío Jara Saguier Cerro Porteño 18
1951 Paraguay Antonio Ramón Gómez Libertad 19
1952 Paraguay Antonio Ramón Gómez
Paraguay Rubén Fernández
Libertad
Libertad
16
1953 Paraguay Antonio Acosta Presidente Hayes 15
1954 Paraguay Máximo Rolón Libertad 24
1955 Paraguay Máximo Rolón Libertad 25
1956 Paraguay Máximo Rolón Libertad 23
1957 Paraguay Juan Bautista Agüero Olimpia 14
1958 Paraguay Juan Bautista Agüero Olimpia 16
1959 Paraguay Ramón Rodríguez River Plate 17
1960 Paraguay Gilberto Penayo Cerro Porteño 18
1961 Paraguay Justo Pastor Leiva Guaraní 17
1962 Paraguay Cecilio Martínez Nacional 19
1963 Paraguay Juan Cabañas Libertad 17
1964 Paraguay Genaro García
Paraguay Anastacio Jara
Paraguay Antonio González[disambiguation needed]
Guaraní
Sol de América
Rubio Ñú
8
1965 Paraguay Genaro García Guaraní 15
1966 Paraguay Celino Mora Cerro Porteño 14
1967 Paraguay Sebastián Fleitas Miranda Libertad 18
1968 Paraguay Pedro Antonio Cibils Libertad 13
1969 Paraguay Benicio Ferreira Olimpia 13
1970 Paraguay Saturnino Arrúa Cerro Porteño 19
1971 Paraguay Cristóbal Maldonado Libertad 11
1972 Paraguay Saturnino Arrúa Cerro Porteño 17
1973 Paraguay Mario Beron
Paraguay Clemente Rolón
Cerro Porteño
River Plate
15
1974 Paraguay Mario Beron
Paraguay Fermín Cabrera
Cerro Porteño
Sportivo Luqueño
10
1975 Paraguay Hugo Kiesse Olimpia 12
1976 Paraguay Arsenio Meza River Plate 11
1977 Paraguay Gustavo Fanego Guaraní 12
1978 Paraguay Enrique Villalba Olimpia 10
1979 Paraguay Edgar Ozuna Capitán Figari 10
1980 Paraguay Miguel Michelagnoli Olimpia 11
1981 Paraguay Eulalio Mora Guaraní 9
1982 Paraguay Pedro Fernánez River Plate 13
1983 Paraguay Rafael Bobadilla Olimpia 14
1984 Paraguay Amancio Mereles
Paraguay Milciades Morel
Cerro Porteño 12
1985 Paraguay Adriano Samaniego Olimpia 19
1986 Paraguay Félix Ricardo Torres Sol de América 13
1987 Paraguay Félix Brítez Román Cerro Porteño 11
1988 Paraguay Raúl Vicente Amarilla Olimpia 17
1989 Paraguay Jorge López[disambiguation needed] San Lorenzo 16
1990 Paraguay Buenaventura Ferreira
Paraguay Romerito
Libertad / Cerro Porteño
Sportivo Luqueño
17
1991 Paraguay Carlos Luis Torres
Paraguay Lilio Torales
Olimpia
Atl. Colegiales
12
1992 Paraguay Felipe Nery Franco Libertad 13
1993 Paraguay Francisco Ferreira Sportivo Luqueño 13
1994 Uruguay Héctor Núñez Cerro Porteño 27
1995 Uruguay Héctor Núñez Cerro Porteño 17
1996 Paraguay Arístides Rojas Guaraní 22
1997 Paraguay Luis Molinas Nacional / Tembetary 13
1998 Paraguay Mauro Caballero Olimpia 21
1999 Brazil Gauchinho Cerro Porteño 22
2000 Paraguay Francisco Ferreira Cerro Porteño 23
2001 Paraguay Mauro Caballero Cerro Porteño / Libertad 13
2002 Paraguay Juan Samudio Libertad 23
2003 Paraguay Erwin Avalos Cerro Porteño 16
2004 Paraguay Juan Samudio Libertad 22
2005 Paraguay Dante López[2] Nacional / Olimpia 21
2006 Uruguay Hernán Rodrigo López[3] Libertad 27
2007 Paraguay Fabio Ramos[4]
Paraguay Pablo Zeballos[5]
Nacional
Sol de América
15
2008 (A) Paraguay Fabio Escobar Nacional 13
2008 (C) Paraguay Edgar Benítez Sol de América 14
2008 (O) Paraguay Edgar Benítez Sol de América 20
2009 (A) Paraguay Pablo Velázquez Rubio Ñú 16
2009 (C) Paraguay César Cáceres Cañete Guaraní 11
2009 (O) Paraguay Pablo Velázquez Rubio Ñú 26
2010 (A) Brazil Rodrigo Teixeira
Paraguay Pablo Zeballos
Guaraní
Cerro Porteño
16
2010 (C) Argentina Juan Carlos Ferreyra
Argentina Roberto Nanni
Olimpia
Cerro Porteño
12
2010 (O) Paraguay Pablo Zeballos Cerro Porteño 24
2011 (A) Paraguay Pablo Zeballos Olimpia 13
2011 (C) Paraguay Freddy Bareiro Cerro Porteño 13
2011 (O) Paraguay Pablo Zeballos Olimpia 25
2012 (A) Paraguay José Maria Ortigoza Sol de América 13
2012 (C) Paraguay Diego Centurión
Paraguay José Ariel Núñez
Club Guaraní
Libertad
13
2012 (O) Paraguay Pablo Velázquez Libertad 16
2013 (A) Paraguay Julián Benítez Nacional 13
2013 (C) Uruguay Hernán Rodrigo López Sportivo Luqueño 17
2013 (O) Uruguay Hernán Rodrigo López Sportivo Luqueño 17
2014 (A) Uruguay Hernán Rodrigo López
Paraguay Christian Ovelar
Libertad
Sol de América
19
2014 (C) Paraguay Fernando Fernández Guaraní 17
2014 (O) Paraguay Fernando Fernández Guaraní 31

Topscorers by club[edit]

The number of topscorers included in the following table only represent the overall topscorers for the entire year (those labeled with a [O] since 2008). Topscorers for specific tournaments (like Apertura [A] and Clausura [C]) are not included.

Rank Club Number of topscorers
1 Cerro Porteño 23
2 Libertad 21
3 Olimpia 15
4 Guaraní 8
5 Nacional 6
6 River Plate 4
6 Sol de América 4
6 Sportivo Luqueño 4
9 Presidente Hayes 2
9 Rubio Ñú 2
11 Atl. Colegiales 1
11 Capitán Figari 1
11 Tembetary 1

Records and Statistics[edit]

  • Juan Samudio is the all-time goalscoring leader with 111 goals, all of them scored for Libertad and Guaraní from 1997 to the present day. Mauro Caballero is second on the list with 107 goals between 1992 and 2007, playing for Olimpia, Cerro Porteño, Nacional and Libertad.[6][7]
  • Flaminio Silva is the player to have scored more goals in a single season: 34 goals in 1936, playing for Olimpia.
  • Máximo Rolón is the player with the most consecutive goalscoring titles (3 times): he was the topscorer in 1954, 1955 and 1956; playing for Libertad.
  • Héctor Núñez is the only foreign player to win the goalscoring title back-to-back (1994–1995), playing for Cerro Porteño.

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