After watching Pippo Inzaghi’s 300th career goal yesterday against Siena, and then reading Daniel Chung’s interesting article on one-club footballers, I was curious about all-time goal scorers at the same Italian club. During a career that has spanned many clubs, Inzaghi has 62 with Milan.
According to a timely article that appeared in today’s edition of La Gazzetta dello Sport, here are the top scorers:
Gunnar Nordhahl: 210 with AC Milan.
Giuseppe Meazza: 197 with Internazionale. The San Siro is named after him.
Giampiero Boniperti: 178 with Juventus.
Francesco Totti: 171 with AS Roma.
Alessandro Del Piero: 164 with Juventus.
Luigi “Gigi” Riva: 156 with Cagliari. He is the current team manager of the Azzurri, and holds the all-time Italian National Team scoring record with 35 goals.
Gabriel “Batigol” Batistuta: 152 with Fiorentina.
Kurt Hamrin: 151 with Fiorentina.
Silvio Piola: 143 with Lazio.
Steve Amoia writes the World Football Commentaries blog. He has written for AC Cugini Scuola Calcio, Football Media, Keeper Skool, and Soccerlens. He also has a site dedicated to Italian Calcio and History of the Azzurri.