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Premier League Golden Boot winners – full list of top scorers year-by-year

A total of 24 players have won the Premier League Golden Boot in the league’s 28-year existence.

On three occasions (1998, 1999, 2019) the prize has been shared between three players, while two players have ended the season as top scorer on one occasion (2011).

Thierry Henry has won the Golden Boot the most, being top scorer on four occasions, while Arsenal and Liverpool are the title’s most prolific clubs, with players from both clubs winning the trophy six times.

This year Jamie Vardy became the oldest player to win the accolade at the age of 33.

The Leicester City striker scored 23 goals to beat last season’s joint winner, Pierre Emerick Aubameyang of Arsenal, and Southampton’s Danny Ings by one strike.

Premier League Golden Boot winners

1992/93: Teddy Sheringham (Nottingham Forest) – 22 goals*

1993/94: Andrew Cole (Newcastle United) – 34 goals*

Alan Shearer and Chris Sutton both won the Golden Boot while playing for Blackburn Rovers
Alan Shearer and Chris Sutton both won the Golden Boot while playing for Blackburn Rovers

1994/95: Alan Shearer (Blackburn Rovers) – 34 goals*

1995/96: Alan Shearer (Blackburn Rovers) – 31 goals

1996/97: Alan Shearer (Newcastle United) – 25 goals

1997/98: Dion Dublin (Coventry City), Michael Owen (Liverpool), Chris Sutton (Blackburn Rovers) – 18 goals

1998/99: Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink (Leeds United), Michael Owen (Liverpool), Dwight Yorke ( Manchester United ) – 18 goals

1999/00: Kevin Phillips (Sunderland) – 30 goals

2000/01: Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink ( Chelsea ) – 23 goals

2001/02: Thierry Henry (Arsenal) – 24 goals

2002/03: Ruud van Nistelrooy (Man Utd) – 23 goals

2003/04: Thierry Henry (Arsenal) – 30 goals

2004/05: Thierry Henry (Arsenal) – 25 goals

2005/06: Thierry Henry (Arsenal) – 27 goals


Cristiano Ronaldo won the 2008 Golden Book with 31 goals
Cristiano Ronaldo won the 2008 Golden Book with 31 goals

2006/07: Didier Drogba (Chelsea) – 20 goals

2007/08: Cristiano Ronaldo (Man Utd) – 31 goals

2008/09: Nicolas Anelka (Chelsea) – 19 goals

2009/10: Didier Drogba (Chelsea) – 29 goals

2010/11: Dimitar Berbatov (Man Utd), Carlos Tevez (Man City) – 20 goals

2011/12: Robin van Persie (Arsenal) – 30 goals

2012/13: Robin van Persie (Man Utd) – 26 goals

2013/14: Luis Suarez (Liverpool) – 31 goals

2014/15: Sergio Aguero (Man City) – 26 goals

2015/16: Harry Kane ( Tottenham Hotspur) – 25 goals

2016/17: Harry Kane (Tottenham) – 29 goals

2017/18: Mohamed Salah (Liverpool) – 32 goals

2018/19: Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Arsenal), Sadio Mane (Liverpool), Mohamed Salah (Liverpool) – 22 goals

2019/29: Jamie Vardy (Leicester City) – 23 goals

*From 1992/93-1994/95 the Premier League had 22 teams, which each side playing 42 games



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