Zarra Trophy

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The Zarra Trophy is a trophy awarded annually by the Spanish sports daily Marca to the Spanish domestic player with the highest goal total in La Liga. It is named after the former Athletic Bilbao striker Telmo Zarra.

It was awarded for the first time in 2006 to David Villa of Valencia.

Winners[edit]

Primera División[edit]

Players in bold won the Pichichi Trophy in the same season.

Season Player Club Goals
2005–06 Asturias David Villa Valencia 25
2006–07 Asturias David Villa Valencia 16
2007–08 Andalusia Daniel Güiza Mallorca 27
2008–09 Asturias David Villa Valencia 28
2009–10 Asturias David Villa Valencia 21
2010–11 Community of Madrid Álvaro Negredo Sevilla 20
2011–12 Valencian Community Roberto Soldado Valencia 17
Navarre Fernando Llorente Athletic Bilbao
2012–13 Community of Madrid Álvaro Negredo Sevilla 25
2013–14 Brazil Diego Costa* Atlético Madrid 27
2014–15 Basque Country (autonomous community) Aritz Aduriz Athletic Bilbao 18
2015–16 Basque Country (autonomous community) Aritz Aduriz Athletic Bilbao 20
2016–17 Galicia (Spain) Iago Aspas Celta Vigo 19

* Diego Costa was naturalized as a Spanish citizen.

Segunda División[edit]

Players in bold finished as top scorer in the same season.

Season Player Club Goals
2005–06 Andalusia José Juan Luque Ciudad de Murcia 19
2006–07 Andalusia Marcos Márquez Las Palmas 21
2007–08 Andalusia Yordi Xerez 20
2008–09 Andalusia Nino Tenerife 28
2009–10 Valencian Community Jorge Molina Elche 26
2010–11 Catalonia Jonathan Soriano Barcelona B 32
2011–12 Galicia (Spain) Iago Aspas Celta Vigo 23
2012–13 Canary Islands Jesé Real Madrid Castilla 22
2013–14 La Rioja (Spain) Borja Viguera Alavés 25
2014–15 Canary Islands Rubén Castro Betis 32
2015–16 Andalusia Sergio León Elche 22

Before the Trophy[edit]

Primera División[edit]

Players in bold won the Pichichi Trophy in the same season.

Season Player Club Goals
1929 Basque Country (autonomous community) Paco Bienzobas Athletic Bilbao 14
1929–30 Basque Country (autonomous community) Guillermo Gorostiza Athletic Bilbao 19
1930–31 Basque Country (autonomous community) Bata Athletic Bilbao 27
1931–32 Basque Country (autonomous community) Guillermo Gorostiza Athletic Bilbao 12
1932–33 Balearic Islands Manuel Olivares Real Madrid 16
1933–34 Basque Country (autonomous community) Isidro Lángara Real Oviedo 27
1934–35 Basque Country (autonomous community) Isidro Lángara Real Oviedo 26
1935–36 Basque Country (autonomous community) Isidro Lángara Real Oviedo 27
Spanish Civil War
1939–40 Basque Country (autonomous community) Víctor Unamuno Athletic Bilbao 30
1940–41 Castile and León Pruden Atlético Madrid 30
1941–42 Basque Country (autonomous community) Mundo Valencia 27
1942–43 Castile and León Mariano Martín Barcelona 32
1943–44 Basque Country (autonomous community) Mundo Valencia 27
1944–45 Basque Country (autonomous community) Telmo Zarra Athletic Bilbao 19
1945–46 Basque Country (autonomous community) Telmo Zarra Athletic Bilbao 24
1946–47 Basque Country (autonomous community) Telmo Zarra Athletic Bilbao 34
1947–48 Galicia (Spain) Pahiño Celta Vigo 23
1948–49 Castile and León César Barcelona 28
1949–50 Basque Country (autonomous community) Telmo Zarra Athletic Bilbao 25
1950–51 Basque Country (autonomous community) Telmo Zarra Athletic Bilbao 38
1951–52 Galicia (Spain) Pahiño Real Madrid 28
1952–53 Basque Country (autonomous community) Telmo Zarra Athletic Bilbao 24
1953–54 Hungary László Kubala* Barcelona 24
1954–55 Navarre Juan Arza Sevilla 28
1955–56 Galicia (Spain) Mauro Rodríguez Celta Vigo 23
1956–57 Catalonia Joaquín Murillo Zaragoza 18
1957–58 Valencian Community Manuel Badenes Real Valladolid 19
Valencian Community Ricardo Alós Valencia
1958–59 Catalonia Justo Tejada Barcelona 19
1959–60 Basque Country (autonomous community) Arieta Athletic Bilbao 18
1960–61 Catalonia Joaquín Murillo Zaragoza 20
1961–62 Catalonia Joaquín Murillo Zaragoza 17
1962–63 Community of Madrid Delio Morollón Real Valladolid 20
1963–64 Basque Country (autonomous community) Fernando Ansola Real Betis 17
1964–65 Community of Madrid Luis Aragonés Atlético Madrid 19
1965–66 Castile and León Luciano Sánchez Elche 19
1966–67 Canary Islands Eleuterio Santos Zaragoza 24
1967–68 Basque Country (autonomous community) Fidel Uriarte Athletic Bilbao 22
1968–69 Galicia (Spain) Amancio Real Madrid 14
Argentina José Eulogio Gárate* Atlético Madrid
1969–70 Galicia (Spain) Amancio Real Madrid 16
Community of Madrid Luis Aragonés Atlético Madrid
Argentina José Eulogio Gárate* Atlético Madrid
1970–71 Argentina José Eulogio Gárate* Atlético Madrid 17
Catalonia Carles Rexach Barcelona
1971–72 Aragon Enrique Porta Granada 20
1972–73 Castile and León Marianín Real Oviedo 19
1973–74 Asturias Quini Sporting Gijón 20
1974–75 Basque Country (autonomous community) Carlos Ruiz Athletic Bilbao 19
1975–76 Asturias Quini Sporting Gijón 18
1976–77 Navarre Marañón Espanyol 22
1977–78 Cantabria Santillana Real Madrid 24
1978–79 Asturias Quini Sporting Gijón 23
1979–80 Asturias Quini Sporting Gijón 24
1980–81 Asturias Quini Barcelona 20
1981–82 Asturias Quini Barcelona 26
1982–83 Community of Madrid Poli Rincón Real Betis 20
1983–84 Andalusia Juanito Real Madrid 17
1984–85 France Michel Pineda* Espanyol 14
1985–86 Community of Madrid Juan Antonio Señor Real Zaragoza 15
1986–87 Community of Madrid Enrique Magdaleno Mallorca 19
1987–88 Navarre José Mari Bakero Real Sociedad 17
1988–89 Basque Country (autonomous community) Julio Salinas Barcelona 15
1989–90 Basque Country (autonomous community) Julio Salinas Barcelona 15
1990–91 Community of Madrid Emilio Butragueño Real Madrid 19
1991–92 Extremadura Manolo Atlético Madrid 27
1992–93 Navarre José Ángel Ziganda Athletic Bilbao 17
1993–94 Andalusia Carlos Muñoz Real Oviedo 20
1994–95 Extremadura Ángel Cuéllar Real Betis 14
1995–96 Community of Madrid Raúl Real Madrid 19
1996–97 Community of Madrid Alfonso Real Betis 25
1997–98 Asturias Luis Enrique Barcelona 18
1998–99 Community of Madrid Raúl Real Madrid 25
1999–2000 Aragon Salva Racing Santander 27
2000–01 Community of Madrid Raúl Real Madrid 24
2001–02 Andalusia Diego Tristán Deportivo La Coruña 21
2002–03 Community of Madrid Raúl Real Madrid 16
2003–04 Region of Murcia Mista Valencia 19
Community of Madrid Fernando Torres Atlético Madrid
2004–05 Community of Madrid Fernando Torres Atlético Madrid 16

* Player was naturalized.

See also[edit]