Final List

This is a list of clubs whose players have scored the most goals at the 2006 World Cup.

You might want to refer to Ahmed’s post titled “most players at the World Cup” to get an idea of which clubs actually have the most players playing in Germany 2006.

Note that all English Premiership clubs are in bold.

Ok, let’s get started.


Matches Played = 64
Total Goals Scored = 147
Credited Goals = 143
Own Goals = 4

Top Scoring Clubs At The 2006 World Cup

Chelsea 8Hernan Crespo [3x](ARG), Didier Drogba (CIV), Arjen Robben (NED), Andriy Shevchenko [2x](UKR), Joe Cole (ENG)

Arsenal 8Thierry Henry [3x](FRA), Tomas Rosicky [2x](CZE), Robin van Persie (NED), Freddie Ljungberg (SWE), Philippe Senderos (SWI)

Real Madrid 8 – Raul (ESP), Ronaldo [3x](BRA), David Beckham (ENG), Zinedine Zidane [3x] (FRA)

Bayern Munich 7 – Philipp Lahm, Lukas Podolski [3x] and Bastian Schweinsteiger [2x](GER), Ze Roberto (BRA)

Atlético Madrid 6 – Maxi Rodriguez [3x](ARG), Fernando Torres [3x](ESP)

Werder Bremen 6 – Miroslav Klose [5x](GER), Torsten Frings (GER)

Liverpool 5Xabi Alonso (ESP), Peter Crouch and Steven Gerrard [2x] (ENG), Harry Kewell (AUS)

Inter Milan 5 – Esteban Cambiasso (ARG), Adriano [2x](BRA), Marco Materazzi [2x](ITA)

AC Milan 4 – Alberto Gilardino, Andrea Pirlo and Filippo Inzaghi (ITA), Kaka (BRA)

Valencia 4 – David Villa [3x](ESP), Robert Ayala (ARG)

Juventus 4 – Patrick Vieira [2x](FRA), Gianluca Zambrotta (ITA), Alessandro Del Piero (ITA)

Manchester United 3Cristiano Ronaldo (POR), Park Ji-Sung (KOR), Ruud van Nistelrooy (NED)

Barcelona 3 – Deco (POR), Lionel Messi (ARG), Rafael Marquez (MEX)

Club Sport Herediano 2 – Paolo Wanchope [2x](CRC)

Liga Deportiva Universitaria de Quito 2 – Augustin Delgado [2x](ECU)

Al Saad 2 – Carlos Tenorio [2x](ECU)

Chivas de Guadalajara 2 – Omar Bravo [2x](MEX)

Everton 2Tim Cahill [2x](AUS)

Al-Hilal Saudi Arabia 2 – Sami Al Jaber and Yasser Al Kahtani (KSA)

Udinese 2 – Vincenzo Iaquinta (ITA), Sulley Muntari (GHA)

Lech Poznan 2 – Barotsz Bosacki[2x] (POL)

Saba Battery 2 – Yahya Golmohammadi (IRA), Sohrab Bakhtiarizadeh (IRA)

Lens 2 – Aruna Dindane [2x](CIV)

Paris Saint-Germain 2 – Pauleta (POR), Bonaventure Kalou (CIV)

Crvena Zvezda 2 – Nikola Zigic (S&M), Haminu Draman (GHA)

Hertha Berlin 2 – Da Silva Gilberto (BRA), Niko Kovac (CRO)

Lyon 2 – Fred and Pernambucano Juninho (BRA)

Rennes 2 – Alexander Frei [2x](SWI)

Dinamo Moscow 2 – Nuno Maniche [2x](POR)

Fiorentina 2 – Luca Toni [2x](ITA)

Benfica 2 – Simao Sabrosa and Nuno Gomes (POR)

Borussia Mönchengladbach 1 – Oliver Neuville (GER)

Argentinos Juniors 1 – Ivan Kaviedes (ECU)

Sevilla 1 – Javier Saviola (ARG)

Corinthians 1 – Carlos Tevez (ARG)

Nice 1 – Bakary Kone (CIV)

Club Toluca 1 – Zinha (MEX)

Monaco 1 – Jan Koller (CZE)

Deportivo Alavés 1 – John Aloisi (AUS)

Celtic 1 – Shunsuke Nakamura (JPN)

Ulsan Hyundai Horang-i 1 – Lee Chun Soo (KOR)

MSV Duisburg 1 – Ahn Jung Hwan (KOR)

Guingamp 1 – Mohamed Kader (TOG)

Troyes AC 1 – Zied Jaziri (TUN)

Bolton Wanderers 1Radhi Jaidi (TUN)

Modena 1 – Gyan Asamoah (GHA)

Bayer Leverkusen 1 – Tranquillo Barnetta (SWI)

Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk 1 – Andriy Rusol (UKR)

Dynamo Kyiv 1 – Serhiy Rebrov (UKR)

Spartak Moskow 1 – Maksym Kalinichenko (UKR)

FC Nurnberg 1 – Jawhri Mnari (TUN)

Saprissa 1 – Ronald Gomez (CRC)

Copenhagen 1 – Marcus Allback (SWE)

Helsinborg 1 – Henrik Larsson (SWE)

Pachuca (Club America) 1 – Nelson Cuevas (PAR)

Cruz Azul 1 – Francesco Fonseca (MEX)

Al Ahly Cairo 1 – Amado Flavio (ANG)

Galatasaray 1 – Sasa Ilic (S&M)

Fenerbahce 1 – Stephen Appiah (GHA)

New England Revolution 1 – Clinton Dempsey (USA)

Kashiwa Reysol 1 – Keiji Tamada (JAP)

Shakhtar Donetsk 1 – Darijo Srna (CRO)

Newcastle United 1Craig Moore (AUS)

Real Betis 1 – Gutierrez Juanito (SPA)

Roma 1 – Franceso Totti (ITA)

L’Olympique de Marseille 1 – Franc Ribery (FRA)

Palermo 1 – Fabio Grosso (ITA)

And an honourable mention to the following clubs for providing us with the two own goals at the World Cup (even though Hernan Crespo’s second goal should have been called an own goal, but was credited to him. Oh well…).

Palermo 1 – Cristian Zaccardo (ITA)

Palmeiras 1 – Carlos Gamarra (PAR)

Newlyn Non Athletico 1 – Brett Sancho (T&T)

Benfica 1 – Armando Petit (POR)