List of top goalscorers in Algerian Ligue Professionnelle 1 by season

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The following is a list of the top Algerian Ligue Professionnelle 1 scorers by season.

Former MC Alger forward Abdeslam Bousri holds the record for the number of times finishing as the top scorer in the league, having done so five times between 1972 and 1983. As of the end of the 2012–13 season, Cheikh Oumar Dabo of Mali is the first foreigner to have finished as the top scorer in a season after scoring 17 goals for JS Kabylie in the 2006–07 Algerian Championnat National.


Winners[edit]

Key
Player (X) Name of the player and number of times they had won the award at that point (if more than one)
Games The number of Algerian Ligue Professionnelle 1 games played by the winner that season
Rate The winner's goals-to-games ratio that season
dagger Indicates multiple award winners in the same season
§ Denotes the club were Ligue Professionnelle 1 champions in the same season
Algerian Ligue Professionnelle 1 Golden Boot winners
Season Player Nationality Club Goals Games Rate Ref(s)
1964-65 Hocine Saadi Algeria Algeria NA Hussein Dey 21
1965-66 Abdelkader Reguig Algeria Algeria ASM Oran 20
1966-67 Noureddine Hachouf Algeria Algeria ES Guelma 18
1967-68 Abdelkader Fréha Algeria Algeria MC Oran 15
1968-69 Abdelkader Fréha Algeria Algeria MC Oran 15
1969-70 Hacène Lalmas Algeria Algeria CR Belouizdad§ 18
1970-71 Abdelkader Fréha Algeria Algeria MC Oran§ 15
1970-71 Noureddine Hammel Algeria Algeria MC Oran§ 15
1971-72 Rabah Gamouh Algeria Algeria MO Constantine 20
1971-72 Hassan Tahir Algeria Algeria MC Alger§ 20 29
1972-73 Abdeslam Bousri Algeria Algeria MC Alger 12 27
1973-74 Omar Betrouni Algeria Algeria MC Alger 17 29
1974-75 Boualem Amirouche Algeria Algeria RC Kouba 18
1974-75 Sid Ahmed Belkedrouci Algeria Algeria MC Oran 18
1975-76 Mohamed Griche Algeria Algeria ES Sétif 21
1976-77 Mokrane Baïlèche Algeria Algeria JS Kabylie§ 20
1977-78 Abdeslam Bousri Algeria Algeria MC Alger§ 14 25
1978-79 Lakhdar Belloumi Algeria Algeria MC Oran 11
1978-79 Redouane Guemri Algeria Algeria ASM Oran 11
1978-79 Abdeslam Bousri Algeria Algeria MC Alger§ 11 24
1979-80 Nasser Bouiche Algeria Algeria MC Alger 19 22
1980-81 Noureddine Meghichi Algeria Algeria RC Kouba§ 16
1981-82 Abdeslam Bousri Algeria Algeria MC Alger 16
1982-83 Abdeslam Bousri Algeria Algeria MC Alger 17
1983-84 Nacer Bouiche Algeria Algeria JS Kabylie 17
1984-85 Mohamed Alloui Algeria Algeria AS Aïn M'lila 17
1985-86 Nacer Bouiche Algeria Algeria JS Kabylie§ 36
1986-87 El-Hadi Khellili Algeria Algeria RC Relizane 17
1987-88 Chawki Bentayeb Algeria Algeria USM Aïn Beïda 19
1988-89 Nacer Bouiche Algeria Algeria JS Kabylie§ 18
1989-90 Algeria Algeria
1990-91 Salaheddine Benhamadi Algeria Algeria AS Ain M'Lila 19
1991-92 Abdelhafid Tasfaout Algeria Algeria MC Oran§ 17
1992-93 Abdelhafid Tasfaout Algeria Algeria MC Oran§ 15
1993-94 Tarek Hadj Adlane Algeria Algeria JS Kabylie 18
1994-95 Tarek Hadj Adlane Algeria Algeria JS Kabylie§ 23
1995-96 Mohamed Brahimi Algeria Algeria WA Tlemcen 14
1996-97 Mohamed Djalti Algeria Algeria WA Tlemcen 15
1997-98 Hamid Merakchi Algeria Algeria ES Mostaganem 7
1998-99 Farid Ghazi Algeria Algeria JS Kabylie 19 24
1999-00 Lotfi Sahraoui Algeria Algeria MO Constantine 11
2000-01 Isâad Bourahli Algeria Algeria ES Setif 16 22
2001-02 Noureddine Deham Algeria Algeria ASM Oran 13
2001-02 Kamel Kherkhache Algeria Algeria USM Blida 13 25
2002-03 Moncef Ouichaoui Algeria Algeria USM Alger§ 18 27
2003-04 Adel El Hadi Algeria Algeria USM Annaba 17 27
2004-05 Hamid Berguiga Algeria Algeria JS Kabylie 18 29
2005-06 Hamid Berguiga Algeria Algeria JS Kabylie§ 18 29
2006-07 Cheick Oumar Dabo Mali Mali JS Kabylie 17 27 [1]
2007-08 Nabil Hemani Algeria Algeria JS Kabylie§ 17 25 [2]
2008-09 Mohamed Messaoud Algeria Algeria ASO Chlef 19 29 [3]
2009-10 Hadj Bouguèche Algeria Algeria MC Alger§ 17 33 [4]
2010-11 El Arbi Hillel Soudani Algeria Algeria ASO Chlef§ 18 25 [5]
2011-12 Mohamed Messaoud Algeria Algeria ASO Chlef 15 27 [6]
2012-13 Moustapha Djallit Algeria Algeria MC Alger 14 28 [7]
2013-14 Albert Ebossé Bodjongo Cameroon Cameroon JS Kabylie 17 30
2014-15 Walid Derrardja Algeria Algeria MC El Eulma 16 29
2015-16 Mohamed Zubya Libya Libya MC Oran 13 19 [8]
2015-16 Mohamed Tiaïba Algeria Algeria RC Relizane 13 29 [8]
2016-17

By player[edit]

Rank Player Country Titles Seasons
1 Abdeslam Bousri  Algeria 5 1972–73, 1977–78, 1978–79, 1981–82, 1982–83
2 Abdelkader Freha  Algeria 3 1967–68, 1968–69, 1970–71
2 Nacer Bouiche  Algeria 3 1983-84, 1985–86, 1988-89
4 Tarek Hadj Adlane  Algeria 2 1993-94, 1994-95
4 Abdelhafid Tasfaout  Algeria 2 1991–92, 1992–93
4 Hamid Berguiga  Algeria 2 2004–05, 2005–06
4 Mohamed Messaoud  Algeria 2 2008–09, 2011–12

By club[edit]

Club Players Total
JS Kabylie 8 12
MC Alger 6 10
MC Oran 6 9
ASM Oran 3 3
ASO Chlef 2 3
MO Constantine 3 3

By country[edit]

Country Players Total
 Algeria 42 54
 Cameroon 1 1
 Mali 1 1
 Libya 1 1

All Scorers[edit]

The table below contains the all time top Algerian Ligue Professionnelle 1 goal scorers since in the 1999–2000 season. The list is accurate until May 27, 2016 which is the end of the 2015–16 Algerian Ligue Professionnelle 1.

No. Player Clubs G. Ap. Years R.
1 Algeria Mohamed Messaoud MC Oran, CR Belouizdad, USM Annaba, ASO Chlef 109 257 2003–15
2 Algeria Noureddine Daham ASM Oran, JS Kabylie, MC Alger, USM Alger, ASO Chlef 90 239 2000–06, 2009–15 [9]
3 Algeria Isâad Bourahli ES Sétif, USM Alger 78 169 1999–10 [10]
4 Algeria Hamid Berguiga USM El Harrach, JS Kabylie, JSM Bejaïa, CR Belouizdad, ES Sétif 75 136 2000–07, 2008–09, 2009–11
5 Algeria Hamza Boulemdaïs JSM Béjaïa, MC El Eulma, JS Kabylie, CS Constantine 72 220 2002–03, 2008–16 [11]
6 Algeria Hadj Bouguèche MC Alger, USM Bel-Abbès, USM El Harrach 71 286 2002–10, 2013–16 [12]
7 Algeria Nabil Hemani ES Sétif, JS Kabylie, CS Constantine 70 205 2004–13 [13]
8 Algeria Moustapha Djallit WA Tlemcen, ES Sétif, JSM Béjaïa, MC Alger, JS Saoura 66 228 2006–16 [14]
9 Algeria Adel El Hadi USM Annaba, CR Belouizdad, ES Sétif, US Biskra, JSM Béjaïa, CA Bordj Bou Arreridj, CA Batna 64 254 2000–06, 2007–11, 2012–13 [15]
10 Algeria Ahmed Gasmi USM Annaba, JSM Béjaïa, USM Alger, ES Sétif, NA Hussein Dey 63 191 2008–16 [16]
11 Algeria Adlène Bensaïd USM Annaba, USM Alger, USM Blida, JS Kabylie, CA Bordj Bou Arreridj, NA Hussein Dey 59 213 1999–12 [17]
12 Algeria Lamouri Djediat Paradou AC, ES Sétif, ASO Chlef, USM Alger, CR Belouizdad 54 231 2005–15 [18]
13 Algeria Mohamed Amine Aoudia CR Belouizdad, USM Annaba, JS Kabylie, ES Sétif, USM Alger 53 157 2005–10, 2011–13, 2015–16 [19]
14 Algeria Abderahmane Hachoud CA Bordj Bou Arreridj, ES Sétif, MC Alger 50 229 2006–16 [20]

Players in bold are still active in the league.

References[edit]

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