List of FIFA Club World Cup goalscorers

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This article lists every club's goalscorers in the FIFA Club World Cup (previously called the FIFA Club World Championship).

Numbers in green means the player finished as the tournament top scorer (or joint top scorer).

Overall top goalscorers[edit]

  • Tournaments in round brackets, e.g., (2013): Played in the tournament, but did not score a goal.
  • Tournaments in square brackets: e.g., [2014]: Part of the squad for the tournament, but did not play.
Players with at least 3 goals at the FIFA Club World Cup tournaments
Player Team Goals Matches Goal average Tournaments
Portugal Cristiano Ronaldo England Manchester United
Spain Real Madrid
7 8 0.88 2008, (2014), 2016, 2017
Uruguay Luis Suárez Spain Barcelona 5 2 2.50 2015
Argentina Lionel Messi Spain Barcelona 5 5 1.00 2009, 2011, 2015
Argentina César Delgado Mexico Monterrey 5 6 0.83 (2011), 2012, 2013
Brazil Denilson South Korea Pohang Steelers 4 3 1.33 2009
Egypt Mohamed Aboutrika Egypt Al-Ahly 4 11 0.36 (2005), 2006, (2008), 2012, (2013)
England Wayne Rooney England Manchester United 3 2 1.50 2008
France Nicolas Anelka Spain Real Madrid 3 3 1.00 2000
Colombia Mauricio Molina South Korea Seongnam Ilhwa Chunma 3 3 1.00 2010
Brazil Washington Japan Urawa Red Diamonds 3 3 1.00 2007
Wales Gareth Bale Spain Real Madrid 3 3 1.00 2014, 2017
France Karim Benzema Spain Real Madrid 3 4 0.75 2014, 2016
Brazil Romário Brazil Vasco da Gama 3 4 0.75 2000
Brazil Ronaldinho Spain Barcelona
Brazil Atlético Mineiro
3 4 0.75 2006, 2013
Angola Flávio Egypt Al-Ahly 3 6 0.50 (2005), 2006, 2008
Japan Hisato Satō Japan Sanfrecce Hiroshima 3 6 0.50 2012, (2015)

Source:[1]

Goalscoring records[edit]

Australia Adelaide United[edit]

Player 2008
Brazil Cristiano 1
Australia Travis Dodd 1
Australia Daniel Mullen 1
Total 3

United Arab Emirates Al-Ahli[edit]

Player 2009
Total 0

Egypt Al-Ahly[edit]

Player 2005 2006 2008 2012 2013
Egypt Mohamed Aboutrika 3 1
Angola Flávio 2 1
Egypt Emad Moteab 1 1
Egypt Al-Sayed Hamdy 1
Own goals 1
Total 1 5 2 2 1

United Arab Emirates Al-Ain[edit]

Player 2018
Total 0

Saudi Arabia Al-Ittihad[edit]

Player 2005
Saudi Arabia Mohammed Noor 2
Saudi Arabia Hamad Al-Montashari 1
Cameroon Joseph-Désiré Job 1
Sierra Leone Mohammed Kallon 1
Total 5

United Arab Emirates Al-Jazira[edit]

Player 2017
Brazil Romarinho 2
United Arab Emirates Ali Mabkhout 1
United Arab Emirates Khalfan Mubarak 1
Total 4

Saudi Arabia Al-Nassr[edit]

Player 2000
Saudi Arabia Fahad Al-Husseini 2
Saudi Arabia Fuad Amin 1
Morocco Ahmed Bahja 1
Algeria Moussa Saïb 1
Total 5

Qatar Al-Sadd[edit]

Player 2011
Qatar Khalfan Ibrahim 1
Qatar Abdulla Koni 1
Total 2

United Arab Emirates Al-Wahda[edit]

Player 2010
Brazil Fernando Baiano 2
Brazil Hugo 1
United Arab Emirates Abdulrahim Jumaa 1
United Arab Emirates Mahmoud Khamees 1
United Arab Emirates Ismail Matar 1
Total 6

Mexico América[edit]

Player 2006 2015 2016
Mexico Oribe Peralta 1 1
Argentina Silvio Romero 2
Ecuador Michael Arroyo 1
Argentina Darío Benedetto 1
Paraguay Salvador Cabañas 1
Chile Ricardo Francisco Rojas 1
Mexico Martín Eduardo Zúñiga 1
Total 2 3 4
Own goals scored for opponents

Mexico Atlante[edit]

Player 2009
Mexico Daniel Arreola 1
Mexico Christian Bermúdez 1
Mexico Rafael Márquez Lugo 1
Mexico Guillermo Rojas 1
Brazil Lucas Silva 1
Total 5

Brazil Atlético Mineiro[edit]

Player 2013
Brazil Ronaldinho 2
Brazil Diego Tardelli 1
Brazil Luan 1
Total 4

Note: Ronaldinho also scored a goal for Barcelona in 2006.

Colombia Atlético Nacional[edit]

Player 2016
Venezuela Alejandro Guerra 1
Own goals 1
Total 2

New Zealand Auckland City[edit]

Player 2006 2009 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
New Zealand Jason Hayne 2
Spain Ángel Berlanga 1
New Zealand Chad Coombes 1
New Zealand Ryan De Vries 1
England Adam Dickinson 1
England John Irving 1
South Korea Kim Dae-wook 1
Fiji Roy Krishna 1
New Zealand Riki van Steeden 1
Total 0 5 0 0 1 3 0 1 0

Spain Barcelona[edit]

Player 2006 2009 2011 2015
Argentina Lionel Messi 2 2 1
Uruguay Luis Suárez 5
Brazil Adriano 2
Spain Pedro 2
Spain Sergio Busquets 1
Portugal Deco 1
Spain Cesc Fàbregas 1
Iceland Eiður Guðjohnsen 1
Mali Seydou Keita 1
Mexico Rafael Márquez 1
Brazil Maxwell 1
Brazil Ronaldinho 1
Spain Xavi 1
Total 4 5 8 6

Note: Ronaldinho also scored two goals for Atlético Mineiro in 2013.

Germany Bayern Munich[edit]

Player 2013
Brazil Dante 1
Germany Mario Götze 1
Croatia Mario Mandžukić 1
France Franck Ribéry 1
Spain Thiago 1
Total 5

Argentina Boca Juniors[edit]

Player 2007
Argentina Neri Cardozo 1
Argentina Rodrigo Palacio 1
Own goals 1
Total 3

Note: Neri Cardozo also scored a goal for Monterrey in 2013.

England Chelsea[edit]

Player 2012
Spain Juan Mata 1
Spain Fernando Torres 1
Own goals 1
Total 3

Brazil Corinthians[edit]

Player 2000 2012
Brazil Edilson 2
Peru Paolo Guerrero 2
Brazil Fábio Luciano 1
Brazil Luizão 1
Brazil Ricardinho 1
Colombia Freddy Rincón 1
Total 6 2

Mexico Cruz Azul[edit]

Player 2014
Mexico Gerardo Torrado 2
Argentina Mariano Pavone 1
Ecuador Joao Rojas 1
Total 4

Algeria ES Sétif[edit]

Player 2014
Algeria Abdelmalek Ziaya 1
Own goals 1
Total 2

Tunisia Espérance ST[edit]

Player 2011
Tunisia Oussama Darragi 1
Tunisia Khaled Mouelhi 1
Cameroon Yannick N'Djeng 1
Total 3

Argentina Estudiantes[edit]

Player 2009
Argentina Leandro Benítez 2
Argentina Mauro Boselli 1
Total 3

Tunisia Étoile Sahel[edit]

Player 2007
Tunisia Mohamed Amine Chermiti 1
Tunisia Saber Ben Frej 1
Ghana Moussa Narry 1
Total 3

Japan Gamba Osaka[edit]

Player 2008
Japan Yasuhito Endō 2
Japan Masato Yamazaki 2
Japan Hideo Hashimoto 1
Total 5

Brazil Grêmio[edit]

Player 2017
Brazil Éverton 1
Total 1

Mexico Guadalajara[edit]

Player 2018
Total 0

China Guangzhou Evergrande[edit]

Player 2013 2015
Argentina Darío Conca 2
Brazil Paulinho 2
Brazil Elkeson 1
Brazil Muriqui 1
China Zheng Long 1
Total 4 3

Papua New Guinea Hekari United[edit]

Player 2010
Total 0

Brazil Internacional[edit]

Player 2006 2010
Brazil Alecsandro 2
Brazil Adriano Gabiru 1
Argentina Andrés D'Alessandro 1
Brazil Luiz Adriano 1
Brazil Alexandre Pato 1
Brazil Tinga 1
Total 3 4

Italy Internazionale[edit]

Player 2010
France Jonathan Biabiany 1
Cameroon Samuel Eto'o 1
Argentina Diego Milito 1
Republic of Macedonia Goran Pandev 1
Serbia Dejan Stanković 1
Argentina Javier Zanetti 1
Total 6

South Korea Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors[edit]

Player 2006 2016
South Korea Kim Bo-kyung 2
South Korea Kim Hyeung-bum 1
South Korea Kim Shin-wook 1
South Korea Lee Hyun-seung 1
South Korea Lee Jong-ho 1
Brazil Zé Carlo 1
Own goals 1
Total 3 5

Japan Kashima Antlers[edit]

Player 2016
Japan Yasushi Endo 2
Japan Mu Kanazaki 2
Japan Gaku Shibasaki 2
Japan Shuhei Akasaki 1
Japan Shoma Doi 1
Japan Yuma Suzuki 1
Total 9

Japan Kashiwa Reysol[edit]

Player 2011
Brazil Leandro Domingues 1
Japan Masato Kudo 1
Japan Hiroki Sakai 1
Japan Junya Tanaka 1
Total 4

Ecuador LDU Quito[edit]

Player 2008
Argentina Claudio Bieler 1
Ecuador Luis Bolaños 1
Total 2

England Liverpool[edit]

Player 2005
England Peter Crouch 2
England Steven Gerrard 1
Total 3

South Africa Mamelodi Sundowns[edit]

Player 2016
South Africa Percy Tau 1
Total 1
Own goals scored for opponents

England Manchester United[edit]

Player 2000 2008
England Wayne Rooney 3
South Africa Quinton Fortune 2
England Nicky Butt 1
Scotland Darren Fletcher 1
Portugal Cristiano Ronaldo 1
Serbia Nemanja Vidić 1
Trinidad and Tobago Dwight Yorke 1
Total 4 6

Note: Dwight Yorke also scored a goal for Sydney FC in 2005.

Note: Cristiano Ronaldo also scored 4 goals for Real Madrid in 2016.

Note: Cristiano Ronaldo also scored 2 goals for Real Madrid in 2017.

Italy Milan[edit]

Player 2007
Italy Filippo Inzaghi 2
Brazil Kaká 1
Italy Alessandro Nesta 1
Netherlands Clarence Seedorf 1
Total 5
Own goals scored for opponents

Morocco Moghreb Tétouan[edit]

Player 2014
Total 0

Mexico Monterrey[edit]

Player 2011 2012 2013
Argentina César Delgado 3 2
Chile Humberto Suazo 1 1
Argentina José María Basanta 1
Argentina Neri Cardozo 1
Mexico Jesús Corona 2
Mexico Aldo de Nigris 1 1
Mexico Leobardo López 1
Mexico Hiram Mier 1
Mexico Jesús Zavala 1
Total 4 6 6

Note: Neri Cardozo also scored a goal for Boca Juniors in 2006.

Own goals scored for opponents

Mexico Necaxa[edit]

Player 2000
Ecuador Agustín Delgado 2
Chile Cristian Montecinos 2
Ecuador Álex Aguinaga 1
Mexico Salvador Cabrera 1
Total 6

Mexico Pachuca[edit]

Player 2007 2008 2010 2017
Argentina Darío Cvitanich 2
Mexico Christian Giménez 2
Argentina Damián Álvarez 1
Mexico Roberto de la Rosa 1
Mexico Víctor Guzmán 1
Argentina Franco Jara 1
Mexico Luis Montes 1
Chile Ángelo Sagal 1
Uruguay Jonathan Urretaviscaya 1
Total 0 4 2 5
Own goals scored for opponents

South Korea Pohang Steelers[edit]

Player 2009
Brazil Denilson 4
Total 4

Morocco Raja Casablanca[edit]

Player 2000 2013
Morocco Mouhcine Iajour 2
Morocco Youssef Achami 1
Morocco Chemseddine Chtibi 1
Morocco Talal El Karkouri 1
Morocco Bouchaib El Moubarki 1
Ivory Coast Kouko Guehi 1
Morocco Abdelilah Hafidi 1
Central African Republic Vianney Mabidé 1
Morocco Mustapha Moustaoudia 1
Morocco Mouhcine Moutouali 1
Morocco Omar Nejjary 1
Total 5 7

Spain Real Madrid[edit]

Player 2000 2014 2016 2017
Portugal Cristiano Ronaldo 4 2
France Nicolas Anelka 3
France Karim Benzema 1 2
Wales Gareth Bale 2 1
Spain Sergio Ramos 2
Spain Raúl 2
Cameroon Geremi 1
Spain Fernando Hierro 1
Spain Isco 1
Spain Fernando Morientes 1
Brazil Sávio 1
Total 9 6 6 3

Note: Cristiano Ronaldo also scored a goal for Manchester United in 2008.

Argentina River Plate[edit]

Player 2015
Argentina Lucas Alario 1
Total 1

Argentina San Lorenzo[edit]

Player 2014
Argentina Pablo Barrientos 1
Argentina Mauro Matos 1
Total 2

Japan Sanfrecce Hiroshima[edit]

Player 2012 2015
Japan Hisato Satō 3
Brazil Douglas 2
Japan Tsukasa Shiotani 2
Japan Toshihiro Aoyama 1
Japan Takuma Asano 1
Japan Kazuhiko Chiba 1
Japan Yusuke Minagawa 1
Japan Satoru Yamagishi 1
Total 5 7
Own goals scored for opponents

Brazil Santos[edit]

Player 2011
Brazil Borges 1
Brazil Danilo 1
Brazil Neymar 1
Total 3

Brazil São Paulo[edit]

Player 2005
Brazil Amoroso 2
Brazil Mineiro 1
Brazil Rogério Ceni 1
Total 4

Costa Rica Saprissa[edit]

Player 2005
Costa Rica Álvaro Saborío 2
Costa Rica Christian Bolaños 1
Costa Rica Rónald Gómez 1
Total 4

South Korea Seongnam FC[edit]

Known as Seongnam Ilhwa Chunma in 2010.

Player 2010
Colombia Mauricio Molina 3
South Korea Cho Dong-geon 1
South Korea Choi Sung-kuk 1
Australia Saša Ognenovski 1
Total 6

Iran Sepahan[edit]

Player 2007
Iraq Emad Mohammed 2
Iraq Abdul-Wahab Abu Al-Hail 1
Iran Mahmoud Karimi 1
Total 4
Own goals scored for opponents
  • Iran Hadi Aghili (scored 1 for Waitakere United, and 1 for Urawa Red Diamonds in 2007)

Australia South Melbourne[edit]

Player 2000
Australia John Anastasiadis 1
Total 1

Australia Sydney FC[edit]

Player 2005
Australia David Carney 1
Trinidad and Tobago Dwight Yorke 1
Total 2

Note: Dwight Yorke also scored a goal for Manchester United in 2000.

Democratic Republic of the Congo TP Mazembe[edit]

Player 2009 2010 2015
Democratic Republic of the Congo Mbenza Bedi 1 1
Democratic Republic of the Congo Mulota Kabangu 1
Zambia Rainford Kalaba 1
Democratic Republic of the Congo Dioko Kaluyituka 1
Democratic Republic of the Congo Ngandu Kasongo 1
Democratic Republic of the Congo Kilitcho Kasusula 1
Total 3 3 1

South Korea Ulsan Hyundai[edit]

Player 2012
South Korea Lee Keun-ho 1
South Korea Lee Yong 1
Own goals 1
Total 3

Japan Urawa Red Diamonds[edit]

Player 2007 2017
Brazil Washington 3
Brazil Maurício Antônio 2
Japan Yuichiro Nagai 1
Japan Yōsuke Kashiwagi 1
Own goals 1
Total 5 3

Brazil Vasco da Gama[edit]

Player 2000
Brazil Romário 3
Brazil Edmundo 2
Brazil Felipe 1
Brazil Odvan 1
Total 7

New Zealand Waitakere United[edit]

Player 2007 2008
Wales Paul Seaman 1
Own goals 1
Total 1 1

Australia Western Sydney Wanderers[edit]

Player 2014
Netherlands Romeo Castelen 1
Italy Iacopo La Rocca 1
Brazil Vitor Saba 1
Total 3
Own goals scored for opponents

Morocco Wydad Casablanca[edit]

Player 2017
Morocco Ismail Haddad 1
Morocco Reda Hajhouj 1
Total 2

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "FIFA Club World Cup Japan 2016 Statistical Kit" (PDF). FIFA.com. Retrieved 3 December 2016.
  2. ^ a b FIFA.com. "FIFA Club World Cup UAE 2018 - News - Magical Messi receives top honour - FIFA.com".
  3. ^ FIFA.com. "FIFA Club World Cup archive - FIFA.com". FIFA.com.
  4. ^ a b FIFA.com. "FIFA Club World Cup Japan 2015 - Matches - Club Atlético River Plate-Futbol Club Barcelona - FIFA.com". FIFA.com.
  5. ^ FIFA.com. "FIFA Club World Cup archive - FIFA.com". FIFA.com.
  6. ^ [1][dead link]
  7. ^ "Football - First team - News - Official FC Barcelona Channel - FC Barcelona". FC Barcelona.

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