Boca Juniors top scorers

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This article includes statistics of Boca Juniors all-time top goal scorers.

Martín Palermo is Boca Juniors all time goal scorer with 236 goals, 193 of those goals were scored in Argentine Primera División tournaments and the other 43 in International tournaments.[1]

Palermo is also the club's top international scorer with 43[2][3] goals, followed by Rodrigo Palacio with 28.[4]

All time top scorers[edit]

All official tournaments[edit]

Top 20 scorers of all time (all competitions)
Pos. Player Tenure Goals Matches
1 Martín Palermo 1997–00, 2004–11 236 404 [5]
2 Roberto Cherro 1925-38 221 305
3 Francisco Varallo 1931-39 194 222
4 Domingo Tarasconi 1922-32 193 236
5 Jaime Sarlanga 1940-48 128 220
6 Mario Boyé 1941–49, 1955 123 228
7 Delfín Benítez Cáceres 1932-38 115 176
8 Pío Corcuera 1941-48 98 187
9 Pedro Calomino 1911-24 96 229
10 Juan Román Riquelme 1996–02, 2007–14 87 370
11 Sergio Martínez 1992-97 86 167
12 Guillermo Barros Schelotto 1996-07 86 300
13 Alfredo Graciani 1985-94 83 250
14 Rodrigo Palacio 2005–09 82 185
15 Osvaldo Potente 1971–75, 1979–80 79 196
16 Ángel Clemente Rojas 1963–71 79 222
17 Diego Latorre 1987–92, 1996–98 77 241
18 Paulo Valentim 1960-65 71 111
19 Hugo Curioni 1970-73 69 135
20 Ricardo Gareca 1978-84 64 133

Last updated on: September 29, 2013 – Top 20 all time scorers at historiadeboca.com.ar

League goals[edit]

Top 20 league scorers
# Years Scorers Matches Goals
1 1925–38 Roberto Cherro 292 213
2 1997–00, 2004–2011 Martín Palermo 318 193 [1][6][7]
3 1922–32 Domingo Tarasconi 226 187
4 1931–39 Francisco Varallo 209 180
5 1940–48 Jaime Sarlanga 193 114
6 1941–49, 1955 Mario Boyé 208 112
7 1932–38 Delfín Benítez Cáceres 163 107
8 1992–97 Sergio Daniel Martínez 137 80
8 1941–48 Pío Sixto Corcuera 166 80
10 1911–24 Pedro Calomino 190 79
10 1971–75, 1980 Osvaldo Potente 195 79
12 1985–91, 1993–94 Alfredo Graciani 218 75
13 1970–73 Hugo Curioni 128 68
13 1987–92, 1996–98 Diego Latorre 207 68
15 1960–65 Paulo Valentim 105 67
15 1963–71 Ángel Clemente Rojas 190 67
17 1978–84 Ricardo Gareca 130 64
18 1996–07 Guillermo Barros Schelotto 212 62
19 1996–02, 2007-2013 Juan Román Riquelme 274 59
20 1986–89 Jorge Comas 113 55

Last updated on: September 29, 2013 – Top 20 league scorers at historiadeboca.com.ar

International goals[edit]

Top 20 international scorers
# Years Scorers Matches Goals
1 1997–00, 2004–2011 Martín Palermo 86 43
2 2005–09 Rodrigo Palacio 54 28
3 1995–02, 2007–2013 Juan Román Riquelme 93 27
4 1996–07 Guillermo Barros Schelotto 88 24
5 2000–03, 2005–06 Marcelo Delgado 66 19
6 1998–02, 2003–04 Antonio Barijho 27 16
7 1963–71 Ángel Clemente Rojas 31 12
7 2001–04 Carlos Tevez 35 12
9 1964–68 Alfredo Rojas 22 10
9 1962–67 Norberto Menéndez 25 10
9 2001–05, 2012 Rolando Schiavi 78 10
12 1999–00, 2002–03 Alfredo Moreno 15 9
12 1976–1981 Ernesto Mastrángelo 31 9
12 1987–92, 1996–98 Diego Latorre 34 9
15 1986–89 Jorge Comas 14 8
15 1985–91, 1993–94 Alfredo Graciani 32 8
17 1963 José Sanfilippo 7 7
18 1990–91 Gabriel Batistuta 13 6
18 1978–81 Carlos Horacio Salinas 18 6
18 1992–97 Sergio Daniel Martínez 28 6
18 1992–00 Rodolfo Arruabarrena 32 6
18 2004–08 Neri Cardozo 53 6
18 1998–03, 2005–2013 Sebastián Battaglia 88 6

Last updated on: May 29, 2013 – Top 20 international scorers at historiadeboca.com.ar

Top scorers per season[edit]

Those players that are bolded were also the Top Scorers of that championship.

Top goal scorers
Year Scorers Goals
1913 Pedro Calomino
Francisco Taggino
10
1914 Enrique Bertolini
Francisco Taggino
4
1915 Pedro Calomino 12
1916 Pedro Calomino 10
1917 Pedro Calomino 10
1918 Pedro Calomino
Alfredo Martín
7
1919 Pedro Calomino 8
1920 Felipe Galíndez
Alfredo Martín
9
1921 Pablo Bozzo 8
1922 Domingo Tarasconi 11
1923 Domingo Tarasconi 28
1924 Domingo Tarasconi 16
1925 Ángel Tazza 6
1926 Domingo Tarasconi
Roberto Cherro
18
1927 Domingo Tarasconi 32
1928 Roberto Cherro 33
1929 Roberto Cherro 8
1930 Roberto Cherro 37[8]
1931 Francisco Varallo 26
1932 Francisco Varallo 24
1933 Francisco Varallo 34
1934 Roberto Cherro 22
1935 Delfín Benítez Cáceres 24
1936 Francisco Varallo 18
1937 Francisco Varallo 22
1938 Delfín Benítez Cáceres 20
1939 Francisco Varallo
Francisco Shon Sas
Américo Di Leo
9
1940 Jaime Sarlanga 21
1941 Jaime Sarlanga 18
1942 Jaime Sarlanga 12
1943 Jaime Sarlanga 22
1944 Pío Sixto Corcuera 17
1945 Mario Boyé 18
1946 Mario Boyé 24
1947 Mario Boyé 18
1948 Mario Boyé
Heleno de Freitas
9
1949 Francisco Campana 7
1950 Juan José Ferraro 16
1951 Jorge Duilio Benitez 12
1952 Elio Rubén Montaño 12
1953 Roberto Oscar Rolando 9
1954 "Pepino" Borello 19
1955 Ernesto Cucchiaroni 10
1956 Antonio Valentín Angelillo 14
1957 Juan José Rodríguez 8
1958 Osvaldo Ángel Nardiello 18
1959 Osvaldo Ángel Nardiello 18
1960 Paulo Valentim 11
1961 Paulo Valentim 24
1962 Paulo Valentim 19
1963 José Sanfilippo 7
1964 Paulo Valentim 10
1965 Alfredo Rojas 17
1966 Alfredo Rojas 17
1967 Alfredo Rojas 11
1968 Ángel Clemente Rojas 8
1969 Ángel Clemente Rojas 14
1970 Norberto Madurga 11
1971 Osvaldo Potente 21
1972 Hugo Curioni 29
1973 Hugo Curioni 24
1974 Osvaldo Potente 21
1975 Marcelo Trobbiani 15
1976 Darío Felman 15
1977 Ernesto Mastrángelo 20
1978 Armando Mario Husillos 8
1979 Ernesto Mastrángelo 9
1980 Jorge Ribolzi 14
1981 Diego Maradona 28
1982 Ricardo Gareca 22
1983 Ricardo Gareca 22
1984 Ricardo Gareca 19
1985 Carlos Daniel Tapia 19
1986 Jorge Comas 23
1987 Jorge Comas 17
1988 Jorge Comas
Alfredo Graciani
15
1989 Alfredo Graciani 9
Aper/Claus 1991 Gabriel Batistuta 18
Clausura 1992 Diego Latorre 12
Apertura 1992 Roberto Cabañas 7
Clausura 1993 Roberto Cabañas 9
Apertura 1993 Sergio Daniel Martínez 12
Clausura 1994 Sergio Daniel Martínez 8
Apertura 1994 Sergio Daniel Martínez 9
Clausura 1995 Sergio Daniel Martínez 9
Apertura 1995 Darío Scotto 7
Clausura 1996 Claudio Caniggia 12
Apertura 1996 Gabriel Cedrés 6
Clausura 1997 Sergio Daniel Martínez 15
Apertura 1997 Diego Latorre 9
Clausura 1998 Martín Palermo 13
Apertura 1998 Martín Palermo 20[9]
Clausura 1999 Martín Palermo 12
Apertura 1999 Martín Palermo 14
Clausura 2000 Alfredo Moreno 6
Apertura 2000 Martín Palermo 11
Clausura 2001 Guillermo Barros Schelotto
Juan Román Riquelme
5
Apertura 2001 Walter Gaitán 8
Clausura 2002 Héctor Bracamonte 7
Apertura 2002 Marcelo Delgado 9
Clausura 2003 Guillermo Barros Schelotto
Carlos Tevez
Héctor Bracamonte
5
Apertura 2003 Carlos Tevez 8
Clausura 2004 Antonio Barijho 6
Apertura 2004 Martín Palermo 6
Clausura 2005 Martín Palermo 6
Apertura 2005 Rodrigo Palacio 10
Clausura 2006 Martín Palermo 11
Apertura 2006 Rodrigo Palacio 12
Clausura 2007 Martín Palermo 11
Apertura 2007 Martín Palermo 13
Clausura 2008 Martín Palermo 10
Apertura 2008 Lucas Viatri 8
Clausura 2009 Martín Palermo 7
Apertura 2009 Martín Palermo 6
Clausura 2010 Martín Palermo 10
Apertura 2010 Martín Palermo 8
Clausura 2011 Martín Palermo 6
Apertura 2011 Darío Cvitanich 5
Clausura 2012 Pablo Mouche 6
Inicial 2012 Santiago Silva 6
Final 2013 Santiago Silva 5
Inicial 2013 Emanuel Gigliotti 8
Final 2014 Emanuel Gigliotti 8
2014 Jonathan Calleri 6
2015 Jonathan Calleri 10

Most frequent Boca top scorers[edit]

Most frequent Boca top scorers
Scorers Times Year
Martín Palermo 16 C1998, A1998, C1999, A1999, A2000, A2004, C2005, C2006, C2007, A2007, C2008, C2009, A2009, C2010, A2010, C2011
Pedro Calomino 6 1913, 1915, 1916, 1917, 1918, 1919
Francisco Varallo 6 1931, 1932, 1933, 1936, 1937, 1938, 1939
Roberto Cherro 5 1926, 1928, 1929, 1930, 1934
Sergio Daniel Martínez 5 A1993, C1994, A1994, C1995, C1997
Domingo Tarasconi 5 1922, 1923, 1924, 1926, 1927

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b Updated on June 20, 2011.
  2. ^ "Palermo, Martín" (in Spanish). Historiadeboca.com.ar. Retrieved March 3, 2010. 
  3. ^ Updated December 13, 2009.
  4. ^ "Palacio, Rodrigo Sebastián" (in Spanish). Historiadeboca.com.ar. Retrieved March 3, 2010. 
  5. ^ Historiadeboca.com: Martín Palermo Updated June 20, 2011
  6. ^ "Martín Palermo" (in Spanish). Futbolxxi.com. Retrieved June 20, 2011. 
  7. ^ League Top Goal Scorer in the Professional Era.
  8. ^ Record of year-long championships
  9. ^ Record of short-championships

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