List of Serie A players with 100 or more goals

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Silvio Piola has scored the most goals in Serie A.

This is a list of players who scored over 100 goals in Serie A, Italy's top flight football league, during its history starting from the 1929–30 season. Giuseppe Meazza was the first player to reach both 100 and 200 goals in Serie A. Since the 1948–49 Serie A season, Silvio Piola has headed the list. The most recent player to score their hundredth goal in Serie A was Edin Dzeko.

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Key

As of matches played on 13 November 2022[1]
Rank Player Goals Apps Ratio First Last Club(s) (goals/apps) Notes
1 Italy Silvio Piola 274 537 0.51 1929 1954 Pro Vercelli (51/127), Lazio (143/227), Juventus (10/28), Novara (70/155) [2]
2 Italy Francesco Totti 250 619 0.4 1992 2017 Roma
3 Sweden Gunnar Nordahl 225 291 0.77 1949 1958 Milan (210/257), Roma (15/34)
4 Italy Giuseppe Meazza 216 367 0.59 1929 1947 Internazionale (197/303), Milan (9/37), Juventus (10/27) [2]
Brazil Italy José Altafini 216 459 0.47 1958 1976 Milan (120/204), Napoli (71/179), Juventus (25/73)
6 Italy Antonio Di Natale 209 445 0.47 2002 2016 Empoli (18/59), Udinese (191/385)
7 Italy Roberto Baggio 205 452 0.45 1985 2004 Fiorentina (39/94), Juventus (78/141), Milan (12/51), Bologna (22/30), Internazionale (9/41), Brescia (45/95)
8 Sweden Kurt Hamrin 190 400 0.48 1956 1971 Juventus (8/23), Padova (20/30), Fiorentina (150/289), Milan (9/36), Napoli (3/22)
9 Italy Ciro Immobile 188 302 0.62 2009 2022 Juventus (0/3), Genoa (5/33), Torino (27/47), Lazio (156/219)
Italy Giuseppe Signori 188 344 0.55 1991 2004 Foggia (11/32), Lazio (107/152), Sampdoria (3/17), Bologna (67/143)
Italy Alessandro Del Piero 188 478 0.39 1993 2012 Juventus
Italy Alberto Gilardino 188 514 0.37 1999 2017 Piacenza (3/17), Hellas Verona (5/39), Parma (50/96), Milan (36/94), Fiorentina (52/132), Genoa (19/50), Bologna (13/36), Palermo (10/33), Empoli (0/14), Pescara (0/3)
13 Argentina Gabriel Batistuta 183 318 0.58 1991 2003 Fiorentina (151/243), Roma (30/63), Internazionale (2/12)
14 Italy Fabio Quagliarella 181 545 0.33 1999 2022 Sampdoria (101/266), Udinese (25/73), Juventus (23/84), Torino (18/55), Napoli (11/34), Ascoli (3/33)
15 Italy Giampiero Boniperti 178 443 0.4 1946 1961 Juventus
16 Italy Amedeo Amadei 174 423 0.41 1936 1956 Roma (85/182), Internazionale (42/70), Napoli (47/171) [2]
17 Italy Giuseppe Savoldi 168 405 0.41 1965 1980 Atalanta (17/57), Bologna (96/230), Napoli (55/115)
18 Italy Guglielmo Gabetto 164 323 0.51 1934 1949 Juventus (84/165), Torino (80/158) [2]
19 Italy Roberto Boninsegna 162 363 0.45 1965 1979 Varese (5/28), Cagliari (23/83), Internazionale (112/195), Juventus (22/57)
20 Italy Luca Toni 157 344 0.46 2000 2016 Vicenza (9/31), Brescia (15/44), Palermo (20/35), Fiorentina (55/94), Roma (5/15), Genoa (3/16), Juventus (2/14), Hellas Verona (48/95)
21 Italy Gigi Riva 156 289 0.54 1964 1976 Cagliari
Italy Filippo Inzaghi 156 370 0.42 1995 2012 Parma (2/15), Atalanta (24/33), Juventus (57/119), Milan (73/201)
Italy Roberto Mancini 156 541 0.29 1981 2000 Bologna (9/30), Sampdoria (132/424), Lazio (15/87)
24 Sweden Zlatan Ibrahimović 155 279 0.56 2004 2022 Juventus (23/70), Internazionale (57/88), Milan (75/121)
Brazil Luís Vinício 155 347 0.45 1955 1968 Napoli (69/151), Bologna (17/47), Vicenza (68/141), Internazionale (1/8)
Italy Carlo Reguzzoni 155 401 0.39 1929 1948 Pro Patria (14/42), Bologna (141/358) [2]
27 Hungary István Nyers 153 237 0.65 1948 1956 Internazionale (133/183), Roma (20/54)
Argentina Hernán Crespo 153 340 0.45 1996 2012 Parma (72/162), Lazio (39/54), Internazionale (27/80), Milan (10/28), Genoa (5/16)
29 Italy Adriano Bassetto 149 329 0.45 1946 1958 Sampdoria (92/196), Atalanta (56/125), Vicenza (1/8) [2]
30 Argentina Italy Omar Sívori 147 279 0.53 1957 1969 Juventus (125/216), Napoli (12/63)
31 Italy Christian Vieri 142 264 0.54 1991 2009 Torino (1/7), Atalanta (11/35), Juventus (8/23), Lazio (12/22), Internazionale (100/142), Milan (1/8), Fiorentina (6/26)
Italy Benito Lorenzi 142 330 0.43 1947 1959 Internazionale (138/305), Alessandria (4/25)
Italy Marco Di Vaio 142 342 0.42 1994 2012 Lazio (3/8), Salernitana (12/31), Parma (41/83), Juventus (18/55), Genoa (3/22), Bologna (65/143)
Italy Paolo Pulici 142 401 0.35 1967 1985 Torino (134/333), Udinese (5/26), Fiorentina (3/39)
35 Italy Vincenzo Montella 141 288 0.49 1996 2009 Sampdoria (58/96), Roma (83/192)
36 Denmark John Hansen 139 214 0.65 1948 1955 Juventus (124/187), Lazio (15/27)
37 Italy Enrico Chiesa 138 380 0.36 1988 2008 Sampdoria (24/54), Cremonese (14/34), Parma (33/92), Fiorentina (33/57), Lazio (2/12), Siena (32/129)
38 Italy Sergio Brighenti 136 311 0.44 1952 1965 Internazionale (20/40), Triestina (13/54), Padova (50/91), Sampdoria (43/95), Modena (10/30), Torino (0/1)
39 Italy Roberto Pruzzo 133 331 0.4 1973 1989 Genoa (27/78), Roma (106/240), Fiorentina (0/13)
40 Italy Alessandro Altobelli 132 337 0.39 1977 1989 Internazionale (128/315), Juventus (4/20)
41 Italy Felice Borel 131 257 0.51 1932 1947 Juventus (124/231), Torino (7/25), Alessandria (0/1) [2]
42 Italy Ezio Pascutti 130 295 0.44 1955 1969 Bologna
Italy Francesco Graziani 130 352 0.37 1973 1987 Torino (97/221), Fiorentina (14/52), Roma (12/57), Udinese (7/22)
44 Italy Roberto Bettega 129 321 0.4 1970 1983 Juventus
45 Italy Gianni Rivera 128 524 0.24 1958 1979 Alessandria (6/26), Milan (122/498)
46 Ukraine Andriy Shevchenko 127 224 0.57 1999 2009 Milan
47 Argentina Gonzalo Higuaín 125 224 0.56 2013 2020 Napoli (71/104), Juventus (48/105), Milan (6/15)
48 Italy Pietro Ferraris II 124 469 0.26 1929 1950 Pro Vercelli (20/86), Napoli (13/83), Internazionale (43/139), Torino (28/104), Novara (20/57) [2]
49 France David Trezeguet 123 214 0.57 2000 2010 Juventus
Italy Gianluca Vialli 123 325 0.38 1984 1996 Sampdoria (85/223), Juventus (38/102)
Italy Renzo Burini 123 329 0.37 1947 1959 Milan (88/190), Lazio (35/139)
52 Argentina Mauro Icardi 121 219 0.55 2012 2019 Sampdoria (10/31), Internazionale (111/188)
53 Italy Cristiano Lucarelli 120 301 0.4 1997 2012 Atalanta (5/26), Lecce (27/59), Torino (10/56), Livorno (73/132), Parma (4/16), Napoli (1/12)
54 Uruguay Italy Ettore Puricelli 119 212 0.56 1938 1949 Bologna (80/133), Milan (39/79) [2]
55 Italy Gino Pivatelli 118 255 0.46 1953 1963 Bologna (104/197), Napoli (3/21), Milan (11/37)
56 Argentina Abel Balbo 117 253 0.46 1989 2002 Udinese (32/60), Roma (78/149), Parma (4/25), Fiorentina (3/19)
57 Italy Alessandro Mazzola 116 415 0.28 1960 1977 Internazionale
58 Italy Giampaolo Pazzini 114 382 0.3 2004 2020 Atalanta (3/12), Fiorentina (25/108), Sampdoria (36/75), Internazionale (15/49), Milan (21/74), Hellas Verona (14/64)
59 Belgium Dries Mertens 113 295 0.38 2013 2022 Napoli
Italy Nicola Amoruso 113 380 0.3 1993 2010 Sampdoria (3/8), Padova (14/33), Juventus (9/62), Perugia (11/32, Napoli (10/30), Como (6/14), Modena (5/25), Messina (5/22), Reggina (40/96), Torino (4/20), Siena (0/6), Parma (5/17), Atalanta (1/15),
61 Uruguay Edinson Cavani 112 213 0.53 2007 2013 Palermo (34/109), Napoli (78/104)
Italy Sergio Pellissier 112 459 0.24 2002 2019 Chievo
63 Italy Riccardo Carapellese 111 315 0.35 1946 1957 Milan (52/106), Torino (28/98), Juventus (9/17), Genoa (22/94) [2]
Italy Antonio Cassano 111 399 0.28 1999 2017 Bari (5/47), Roma (39/118), Sampdoria (36/120), Milan (7/33), Internazionale (7/28), Parma (17/53)
65 Italy Lorenzo Bettini 110 271 0.41 1952 1963 Palermo (8/20), Roma (9/15), Udinese (67/157), Lazio (15/42), Internazionale (9/24), Modena (2/13)
Italy Carlo Galli 110 305 0.36 1949 1966 Palermo (16/45), Roma (40/94), Milan (47/112), Udinese (0/8), Genoa (3/8), Lazio (4/38)
Italy Giovanni Ferrari 110 315 0.35 1929 1942 Alessandria (17/26), Juventus (68/166), Internazionale (23/108), Bologna (2/15) [2]
Italy Giuseppe Baldini 110 346 0.32 1939 1955 Fiorentina (8/51), Internazionale (6/25), Sampdoria (71/185), Genoa (6/31), Como (19/54)
69 Italy Angelo Schiavio 109 179 0.61 1929 1938 Bologna [2]
Italy Bruno Giordano 109 317 0.34 1975 1992 Lazio (67/163), Napoli (23/78), Ascoli (12/43), Bologna (7/33)
71 Italy Aldo Boffi 108 163 0.66 1936 1945 Milan [2]
Italy Eddie Firmani 108 194 0.56 1955 1963 Sampdoria (52/83), Internazionale (48/82), Genoa (8/29)
73 Colombia Duván Zapata 107 266 0.4 2013 2022 Napoli (11/37), Udinese (18/63), Sampdoria (11/31), Atalanta (67/135)
Brazil Italy Dino Da Costa 107 281 0.38 1955 1966 Roma (71/149), Fiorentina (7/30), Atalanta (18/51), Juventus (11/51)
75 Italy Antonio Vojak 106 208 0.51 1929 1937 Napoli (102/190), Genoa (4/17), Lucchese (0/1) [2]
Italy Andrea Belotti 106 282 0.38 2014 2022 Palermo (6/38), Torino (100/232), Roma (0/12)
77 Italy Pietro Anastasi 105 339 0.31 1967 1981 Varese (11/29), Juventus (78/206), Internazionale (7/46), Ascoli (9/58)
Italy Gino Armano 105 401 0.26 1946 1959 Alessandria (8/57), Internazionale (72/255), Torino (25/89) [2]
79 Bosnia and Herzegovina Edin Džeko 104 250 0.42 2015 2022 Roma (85/199), Internazionale (19/51)
Italy Gino Cappello 104 300 0.35 1940 1956 Milan (29/74), Bologna (75/226) [2]
81 Italy Fabrizio Miccoli 103 259 0.4 2002 2013 Perugia (9/34), Juventus (8/25), Fiorentina (12/35), Palermo (74/165)
Romania Adrian Mutu 103 271 0.38 1999 2012 Internazionale (0/10), Hellas Verona (16/57), Parma (18/31), Juventus (7/33), Fiorentina (54/112), Cesena (8/28)
Argentina Paulo Dybala 103 280 0.37 2012 2022 Palermo (16/61), Juventus (82/210), Roma (5/9)
Brazil Sergio Clerici 103 335 0.31 1960 1978 Lecco (7/61), Bologna (19/75), Atalanta (9/26), Hellas Verona (18/54), Fiorentina (20/52), Napoli (29/56), Lazio (1/11)
85 Germany Oliver Bierhoff 102 219 0.47 1991 2003 Ascoli (2/17), Udinese (57/86), Milan (36/90), Chievo (7/26)
Italy Domenico Berardi 102 278 0.37 2013 2022 Sassuolo
Italy Tommaso Rocchi 102 322 0.32 2002 2013 Empoli (17/66), Lazio (82/243), Internazionale (3/13)
Italy Pietro Paolo Virdis 102 365 0.28 1974 1991 Cagliari (11/64), Juventus (17/75), Udinese (12/45), Milan (54/135), Lecce (8/46)
89 North Macedonia Goran Pandev 101 492 0.21 2001 2022 Ancona (1/20), Lazio (48/159), Internazionale (5/45), Napoli (19/92), Genoa (28/176)
90 Italy Pierino Prati 100 233 0.43 1966 1978 Milan (72/143), Roma (28/82), Fiorentina (0/8)
Slovakia Marek Hamšík 100 409 0.24 2004 2019 Brescia (0/1), Napoli (100/408)

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Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Mariani, Maurizio. "Italy - All-Time Topscorers in Serie A". RSSSF.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p Player who has played and scored in the 1944 Campionato Alta Italia and the 1945–46 Serie A-B which is not considered in the list.