List of DFB-Pokal top scorers

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Gerd Müller holds the record for the most goals scored in the DFB-Pokal, with 78.

The list of DFB-Pokal top scorers includes the all-time top scorers of the DFB-Pokal, as well as the top scorers of each season of the competition since its inception as the Tschammerpokal in 1935. Gerd Müller is the all-time top scorer in the DFB-Pokal, having scored 78 goals in 62 appearances for Bayern Munich. So far only Dieter Müller and Hannes Löhr of 1. FC Köln, along with Claudio Pizarro of Bayern Munich have successfully defended their title as top scorers. The record for the most seasons as top scorer is held by Hannes Löhr, with four titles. Dieter Müller holds jointly with Ernst Wilimowski of 1860 Munich the record of the most goals scored in a cup campaign, with 14.

All-time top scorers[edit]

As of 19 May 2018[1]

The table includes all players to have scored 20 or more goals.

Rank Player Goals Apps Ratio Years Club(s)
1 Germany Gerd Müller 78 62 1.26 1966–1978 Bayern Munich
2 Germany Dieter Müller 48 44 1.09 1973–1988 1. FC Köln, VfB Stuttgart, 1. FC Saarbrücken, Kickers Offenbach
3 Germany Klaus Fischer 46 60 0.77 1969–1987 1860 Munich, Schalke 04, 1. FC Köln, VfL Bochum
4 Germany Manfred Burgsmüller 40 50 0.8 1974–1990 Rot-Weiss Essen, Bayer Uerdingen, Borussia Dortmund, 1. FC Nürnberg, Rot-Weiß Oberhausen, Werder Bremen
Germany Hannes Löhr 40 65 0.62 1963–1977 Sportfreunde Saarbrücken, 1. FC Köln
6 Germany Klaus Allofs 39 61 0.64 1975–1992 Fortuna Düsseldorf, 1. FC Köln, Werder Bremen
7 Germany Ronald Worm 35 43 0.81 1972–1985 MSV Duisburg, Eintracht Braunschweig
8 Germany Karl Allgöwer 31 48 0.65 1977–1991 Stuttgarter Kickers, VfB Stuttgart
9 Peru Claudio Pizarro 30 53 0.57 1999–0000 Werder Bremen, Bayern Munich
10 Germany Dieter Hoeneß 28 32 0.88 1975–1986 VfB Stuttgart, Bayern Munich
Germany Erwin Kostedde 28 38 0.74 1966–1982 Preußen Münster, MSV Duisburg, Kickers Offenbach, Hertha BSC, Borussia Dortmund, Werder Bremen, VfL Osnabrück
12 Germany Jupp Heynckes 27 43 0.63 1966–1977 Borussia Mönchengladbach, Hannover 96
Germany Ernst Kalwitzki 27 36 0.75 1935–1942 Schalke 04
Germany Thomas Müller 27 44 0.61 2009–0000 Bayern Munich
15 Germany Erich Beer 26 47 0.55 1969–1982 1. FC Nürnberg, Rot-Weiss Essen, Hertha BSC, 1860 Munich
Germany Franz Binder[note 1] 26 15 1.73 1938–1941 Rapid Wien
Germany Heinz Flohe 26 65 0.4 1967–1979 1. FC Köln, 1860 Munich
Germany Mario Gómez 26 34 0.76 2004–0000 VfB Stuttgart, Bayern Munich, VfL Wolfsburg
Germany Ernst Kuzorra 26 39 0.67 1935–1943 Schalke 04
Poland Robert Lewandowski 26 38 0.68 2010–0000 Borussia Dortmund, Bayern Munich
Germany Helmut Schön 26 20 1.3 1937–1943 Dresdner SC
22 Germany Hans-Joachim Abel 25 33 0.76 1973–1984 Fortuna Düsseldorf, Westfalia Herne, VfL Bochum, Schalke 04
Germany Stefan Kuntz 25 49 0.51 1981–1998 Borussia Neunkirchen, VfL Bochum, Bayer Uerdingen, 1. FC Kaiserslautern, Arminia Bielefeld
Germany Frank Neubarth 25 41 0.61 1980–1995 Concordia Hamburg, Werder Bremen
Germany Karl-Heinz Rummenigge 25 42 0.6 1974–1984 Bayern Munich
26 Germany Bernd Hölzenbein 24 53 0.45 1969–1981 Eintracht Frankfurt
Germany Bruno Labbadia 24 43 0.56 1984–2002 Darmstadt 98, Hamburger SV, 1. FC Kaiserslautern, Bayern Munich, 1. FC Köln, Werder Bremen, Arminia Bielefeld, Karlsruher SC
Germany Frank Mill 24 57 0.42 1976–1996 Rot-Weiss Essen, Borussia Mönchengladbach, Borussia Dortmund, Fortuna Düsseldorf
Germany Bernd Rupp 24 35 0.69 1966–1973 Borussia Mönchengladbach, Werder Bremen, 1. FC Köln
Germany Uwe Seeler 24 32 0.75 1954–1972 Hamburger SV
31 Germany Horst Hrubesch 23 31 0.74 1976–1985 Rot-Weiss Essen, Hamburger SV, Borussia Dortmund
Germany Wolfgang Overath 23 55 0.42 1964–1977 1. FC Köln
33 Germany Thomas Allofs 22 39 0.56 1978–1991 Fortuna Düsseldorf II, Fortuna Düsseldorf, 1. FC Kaiserslautern, 1. FC Köln
Germany Dieter Herzog 22 39 0.56 1970–1981 Fortuna Düsseldorf, Bayer Leverkusen
Germany Carsten Jancker 22 26 0.85 1993–2005 1. FC Köln, Bayern Munich, 1. FC Kaiserslautern
Germany Bernd Nickel 22 54 0.41 1968–1982 Eintracht Frankfurt
Germany Christian Schreier 22 37 0.59 1981–1995 VfL Bochum, Bayer Leverkusen, Fortuna Düsseldorf, Rot-Weiss Essen
Germany Rüdiger Wenzel 22 45 0.49 1974–1989 FC St. Pauli, Eintracht Frankfurt, Fortuna Düsseldorf
39 Germany Roland Wohlfarth 21 32 0.66 1981–1995 MSV Duisburg, Bayern Munich, VfL Bochum
40 Germany Hans-Jörg Criens 20 36 0.56 1980–1994 VfR Neuss, Borussia Mönchengladbach, 1. FC Nürnberg
Germany Miroslav Klose 20 38 0.53 2000–2011 1. FC Kaiserslautern, Werder Bremen, Bayern Munich
Germany Uwe Rahn 20 39 0.51 1980–1992 Borussia Mönchengladbach, 1. FC Köln, Eintracht Frankfurt
Germany Thomas Remark 20 28 0.71 1977–1986 Röchling Völklingen, Hertha BSC, Waldhof Mannheim
New Zealand Wynton Rufer 20 27 0.74 1989–1994 Werder Bremen
Germany Michael Rummenigge 20 37 0.54 1983–1993 Bayern Munich, Borussia Dortmund
Germany Fritz Walter 20 38 0.53 1981–1997 Waldhof Mannheim, VfB Stuttgart, Arminia Bielefeld, SSV Ulm
Bold indicates active player in Germany
Note
  1. ^ As a result of the annexation of Austria by Nazi Germany on 13 March 1938, Binder had become a German citizen.

Top scorers by seasons[edit]

The following lists all of the top scorers in each individual season.[2]

Tschammerpokal[edit]

Year Player Club(s) Goals
1935 Germany Ernst Kuzorra Schalke 04 9
1936 Germany Hermann Budde VfL Benrath 7
Germany Ernst Poertgen Schalke 04
1937 Germany Kurt Männer BC Hartha 7
1938 Germany Helmut Schön Dresdner SC 10
1939 Germany Edmund Adamkiewicz Eintracht Frankfurt, Hamburger SV 11
Germany Franz Binder Rapid Wien
1940 Germany Fritz Machate Dresdner SC (C) 10
1941 Germany Edmund Conen Stuttgarter Kickers 8
1942 Germany Ernst Wilimowski 1860 Munich (C) 14
1943 Germany Karl Decker First Vienna (C) 10
Germany Rudolf Noack First Vienna (C)
 C  Champions      Record number of goals

DFB-Pokal[edit]

Season Player Club Goals
1952–53 West Germany Franz Islacker Rot-Weiss Essen (C) 3
1953–54 West Germany Georg Stollenwerk 1. FC Köln 2
West Germany Erwin Waldner VfB Stuttgart (C)
1954–55 Luxembourg Antoine Kohn Karlsruher SC (C) 2
West Germany Ernst Kunkel Karlsruher SC (C)
West Germany Helmut Sadlowski Schalke 04
West Germany Dieter Seeler Altona 93
West Germany Kurt Sommerlatt Karlsruher SC (C)
West Germany Oswald Traub Karlsruher SC (C)
1955–56 West Germany Heinz Ruppenstein Karlsruher SC (C) 2
West Germany Uwe Seeler Hamburger SV
West Germany Bernhard Termath Karlsruher SC (C)
1956–57 West Germany Rudolf Jobst Bayern Munich (C) 2
1957–58 West Germany Rolf Geiger VfB Stuttgart (C) 3
1958–59 West Germany Manfred Rummel Schwarz-Weiß Essen (C) 4
1959–60 West Germany Albert Brülls Borussia München Gladbach (C) 2
West Germany Gustav Witlatschil Karlsruher SC
1960–61 West Germany Klaus Hänel Werder Bremen (C) 3
1961–62 West Germany Gustav Flachenecker 1. FC Nürnberg (C) 2
West Germany Kurt Haseneder 1. FC Nürnberg (C)
West Germany Tasso Wild 1. FC Nürnberg (C)
West Germany Franz-Josef Wolfframm Fortuna Düsseldorf
1962–63 West Germany Uwe Seeler Hamburger SV (C) 3
1963–64 West Germany Rudolf Brunnenmeier 1860 Munich (C) 5
1964–65 West Germany Christian Breuer Alemannia Aachen 4
West Germany Lothar Emmerich Borussia Dortmund (C)
West Germany Waldemar Gerhardt Schalke 04
West Germany Kurt Haseneder Schwaben Augsburg
West Germany Willi Koslowski Schalke 04
West Germany Tasso Wild 1. FC Nürnberg
1965–66 West Germany Rainer Ohlhauser Bayern Munich (C) 5
West Germany Peter Osterhoff FC St. Pauli
1966–67 West Germany Gerd Müller Bayern Munich (C) 7
1967–68 West Germany Hannes Löhr 1. FC Köln (C) 5
1968–69 West Germany Gerd Müller Bayern Munich (C) 7
1969–70 West Germany Hannes Löhr 1. FC Köln 6
1970–71 West Germany Gerd Müller Bayern Munich (C) 10
1971–72 West Germany Klaus Fischer Schalke 04 (C) 7
West Germany Hannes Löhr 1. FC Köln
West Germany Wolfgang Overath 1. FC Köln
West Germany Bernd Rupp 1. FC Köln
1972–73 West Germany Hannes Löhr 1. FC Köln 8
1973–74 West Germany Bernd Hölzenbein Eintracht Frankfurt (C) 6
1974–75 West Germany Hermann Lindner Rot-Weiss Essen 6
1975–76 West Germany Klaus Toppmöller 1. FC Kaiserslautern 8
1976–77 West Germany Dieter Müller 1. FC Köln (C) 14
1977–78 West Germany Dieter Müller 1. FC Köln (C) 8
1978–79 West Germany Dieter Hoeneß VfB Stuttgart 8
1979–80 West Germany Klaus Allofs Fortuna Düsseldorf (C) 9
West Germany Manfred Burgsmüller Borussia Dortmund
1980–81 West Germany Jimmy Hartwig Hamburger SV 7
West Germany Horst Hrubesch Hamburger SV
West Germany Thomas Remark Hertha BSC
1981–82 West Germany Karl-Heinz Rummenigge Bayern Munich (C) 7
1982–83 West Germany Stephan Engels 1. FC Köln (C) 6
1983–84 West Germany Klaus Fischer 1. FC Köln 5
West Germany Ronald Worm Eintracht Braunschweig
1984–85 West Germany Manfred Dum Union Solingen 5
1985–86 West Germany Karl Allgöwer VfB Stuttgart 8
1986–87 West Germany Dirk Kurtenbach Stuttgarter Kickers 8
1987–88 West Germany Stefan Kuntz Bayer Uerdingen 5
1988–89 West Germany Christian Schreier Bayer Leverkusen 7
1989–90 West Germany Stefan Kuntz 1. FC Kaiserslautern (C) 5
New Zealand Wynton Rufer Werder Bremen
1990–91 Germany Michael Tönnies MSV Duisburg 6
1991–92 Germany Fritz Walter VfB Stuttgart 7
1992–93 Germany Andreas Thom Bayer Leverkusen (C) 6
1993–94 New Zealand Wynton Rufer Werder Bremen (C) 5
1994–95 Germany Heiko Herrlich Borussia Mönchengladbach (C) 6
1995–96 Russia Vladimir Beschastnykh Werder Bremen 4
Germany Thomas Häßler Karlsruher SC
Czech Republic Pavel Kuka 1. FC Kaiserslautern (C)
1996–97 Germany Bernhard Winkler 1860 Munich 4
1997–98 Germany Carsten Jancker Bayern Munich (C) 6
1998–99 Germany Achim Weber Rot-Weiß Oberhausen 6
1999–2000 Germany Adnan Kevrić Stuttgarter Kickers 8
2000–01 Germany Arie van Lent Borussia Mönchengladbach 6
2001–02 Bulgaria Dimitar Berbatov Bayer Leverkusen 6
2002–03 Brazil Giovane Élber Bayern Munich (C) 6
2003–04 Brazil Aílton Werder Bremen (C) 6
Croatia Ivan Klasnić Werder Bremen (C)
2004–05 Germany Carsten Jancker 1. FC Kaiserslautern 6
Peru Claudio Pizarro Bayern Munich (C)
2005–06 Peru Claudio Pizarro Bayern Munich (C) 5
2006–07 Brazil Cacau VfB Stuttgart 5
2007–08 Germany Mario Gómez VfB Stuttgart 6
2008–09 Bosnia and Herzegovina Edin Džeko VfL Wolfsburg 6
Croatia Ivica Olić Hamburger SV
2009–10 Paraguay Lucas Barrios Borussia Dortmund 4
Germany Thomas Müller Bayern Munich (C)
Germany Sahr Senesie Eintracht Trier
2010–11 Croatia Srđan Lakić 1. FC Kaiserslautern 7
2011–12 Poland Robert Lewandowski Borussia Dortmund (C) 7
2012–13 Germany Mario Gómez Bayern Munich (C) 6
2013–14 Germany Thomas Müller Bayern Munich (C) 8
2014–15 Germany Stefan Kießling Bayer Leverkusen 6
Germany Sven Schipplock 1899 Hoffenheim
2015–16 Armenia Henrikh Mkhitaryan Borussia Dortmund 5
2016–17 Poland Robert Lewandowski Bayern Munich 5
2017–18 Poland Robert Lewandowski Bayern Munich 6
 C  Champions      Record number of goals

Rankings[edit]

Ernst Wilimowski holds the record, along with Dieter Müller, for the most goals scored in a cup campaign, with 14.

By player[edit]

Rank Player Titles
1 West Germany Hannes Löhr 4
2 Poland Robert Lewandowski 3
West Germany Gerd Müller 3
4 West Germany Klaus Fischer 2
Germany Mario Gómez 2
West Germany Kurt Haseneder 2
Germany Carsten Jancker 2
Germany Stefan Kuntz 2
West Germany Dieter Müller 2
Germany Thomas Müller 2
Peru Claudio Pizarro 2
New Zealand Wynton Rufer 2
West Germany Uwe Seeler 2
West Germany Tasso Wild 2

By club[edit]

Rank Club Titles
1 Bayern Munich 15
2 1. FC Köln 10
3 Karlsruher SC 8
4 VfB Stuttgart 7
5 Werder Bremen 6
Schalke 04 6
7 Hamburger SV 5
1. FC Kaiserslautern 5
Borussia Dortmund 5
10 1. FC Nürnberg 4
Bayer Leverkusen 4
12 Stuttgarter Kickers 3
1860 Munich 3
Borussia Mönchengladbach 3
15 Rot-Weiss Essen 2
Eintracht Frankfurt 2

By nationality[edit]

Rank Country Titles
1 Germany / Germany /  Germany 92
2  Brazil 3
 Croatia 3
 Poland 3
5  New Zealand 2
 Peru 2
7  Luxembourg 1
 Russia 1
 Czech Republic 1
 Bulgaria 1
 Bosnia and Herzegovina 1
 Paraguay 1
 Armenia 1

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "DFB-Pokal » All-time Topscorers". worldfootball.net. Retrieved 5 August 2016.
  2. ^ "DFB-Pokal » Top Scorer". worldfootball.net. Retrieved 5 August 2016.