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In Spanish football, the Pichichi is the trophy awarded by Spanish sports newspaper Marca to the top goalscorer for each league season. The award is named after the famous Athletic Bilbao player, Rafael Moreno "Pichichi".

A similar award for goalkeepers is called the Ricardo Zamora Trophy.

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Current ranking

As of March 15, 2010, after Matchday 26[1]

Rank Player Club Goals
1 Lionel Messi FC Barcelona 22
2 Gonzalo Higuaín Real Madrid CF 19
3 David Villa Valencia CF 17
4 Cristiano Ronaldo Real Madrid CF 15
5 Zlatan Ibrahimović FC Barcelona 12
Roberto Soldado Getafe CF 12
Diego Forlán Atlético Madrid 12

Winners

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Primera División

Season Player Country Club Goals
1928–29 Paco Bienzobas Spain Spain Real Sociedad 14
1929–30 Guillermo Gorostiza Spain Spain Athletic Bilbao 19
1930-31 Bata Spain Spain Athletic Bilbao 27
1931-32 Guillermo Gorostiza Spain Spain Athletic Bilbao 12
1932-33 Manuel Olivares Spain Spain Madrid CF 16
1933-34 Isidro Lángara Spain Spain Oviedo CF 27
1934-35 Isidro Lángara Spain Spain Oviedo CF 26
1935-36 Isidro Lángara Spain Spain Oviedo CF 27
1939-40 Víctor Unamuno Spain Spain Athletic Bilbao 26
1940-41 Pruden Spain Spain Atlético Aviación 30
1941-42 Mundo Spain Spain Valencia 27
1942-43 Mariano Martín Spain Spain Barcelona 32
1943-44 Mundo Spain Spain Valencia 27
1944-45 Telmo Zarra Spain Spain Atlético Bilbao 19
1945-46 Telmo Zarra Spain Spain Atlético Bilbao 24
1946-47 Telmo Zarra Spain Spain Atlético Bilbao 34
1947-48 Pahiño Spain Spain Celta de Vigo 23
1948-49 César Spain Spain Barcelona 28
1949-50 Telmo Zarra Spain Spain Atlético Bilbao 25
1950-51 Telmo Zarra Spain Spain Atlético Bilbao 38
1951-52 Pahiño Spain Spain Real Madrid 28
1952-53 Telmo Zarra Spain Spain Atlético Bilbao 24
1953-54 Alfredo di Stéfano Spain Spain Real Madrid 27
1954-55 Juan Arza Spain Spain Sevilla 28
1955-56 Alfredo di Stéfano Spain Spain Real Madrid 24
1956-57 Alfredo di Stéfano Spain Spain Real Madrid 31
1957-58 Manuel Badenes Spain Spain Real Valladolid 19
Alfredo di Stéfano Spain Spain Real Madrid 19
Ricardo Spain Spain Valencia 19
1958-59 Alfredo di Stéfano Spain Spain Real Madrid 23
1959-60 Ferenc Puskás  Hungary Real Madrid 26
1960-61 Ferenc Puskás  Hungary Real Madrid 27
1961-62 Juan Seminario  Peru Real Zaragoza 25
1962-63 Ferenc Puskás  Hungary Real Madrid 26
1963-64 Ferenc Puskás  Hungary Real Madrid 20
1964-65 Cayetano Ré  Paraguay Barcelona 25
1965-66 Vavá Spain Spain Elche 19
1966-67 Waldo  Brazil Valencia 24
1967-68 Fidel Uriarte Spain Spain Atlético Bilbao 22
1968-69 Amancio Spain Spain Real Madrid 14
José Eulogio Gárate Spain Spain Atlético Madrid 14
1969-70 Amancio Spain Spain Real Madrid 16
Luis Aragonés Spain Spain Atlético Madrid 16
José Eulogio Gárate Spain Spain Atlético Madrid 16
1970-71 José Eulogio Gárate Spain Spain Atlético Madrid 17
Carles Rexach Spain Spain Barcelona 17
1971-72 Enrique Porta Spain Spain Granada 20
1972-73 Marianín Spain Spain Real Oviedo 19
1973-74 Quini Spain Spain Real Gijón 20
1974-75 Carlos Spain Spain Atlético Bilbao 19
1975-76 Quini Spain Spain Sporting de Gijón 18
1976-77 Mario Kempes  Argentina Valencia 24
1977-78 Mario Kempes  Argentina Valencia 28
1978-79 Hans Krankl  Austria Barcelona 29
1979-80 Quini  Spain Sporting de Gijón 24
1980-81 Quini  Spain Barcelona 20
1981-82 Quini  Spain Barcelona 26
1982-83 Poli Rincón  Spain Real Betis 20
1983-84 Jorge da Silva  Uruguay Real Valladolid 17
Juanito  Spain Real Madrid 17
1984-85 Hugo Sánchez  Mexico Atlético Madrid 19
1985-86 Hugo Sánchez  Mexico Real Madrid 22
1986-87 Hugo Sánchez  Mexico Real Madrid 34
1987-88 Hugo Sánchez  Mexico Real Madrid 29
1988-89 Baltazar  Brazil Atlético Madrid 35
1989-90 Hugo Sánchez  Mexico Real Madrid 38
1990-91 Emilio Butragueño  Spain Real Madrid 19
1991-92 Manolo  Spain Atlético Madrid 27
1992-93 Bebeto  Brazil Deportivo La Coruña 29
1993-94 Romário  Brazil Barcelona 30
1994-95 Iván Zamorano  Chile Real Madrid 28
1995-96 Juan Antonio Pizzi  Spain Tenerife 31
1996-97 Ronaldo  Brazil Barcelona 34
1997-98 Christian Vieri  Italy Atlético Madrid 24
1998-99 Raúl  Spain Real Madrid 25
1999-00 Salva Ballesta  Spain Racing de Santander 27
2000-01 Raúl  Spain Real Madrid 24
2001-02 Diego Tristán  Spain Deportivo La Coruña 21
2002-03 Roy Makaay  Netherlands Deportivo La Coruña 29
2003-04 Ronaldo  Brazil Real Madrid 24
2004-05 Diego Forlán  Uruguay Villarreal 25
2005-06 Samuel Eto'o  Cameroon Barcelona 26
2006-07 Ruud van Nistelrooy  Netherlands Real Madrid 25
2007-08 Dani Güiza  Spain Mallorca 27
2008-09 Diego Forlán  Uruguay Atlético Madrid 32

Top 5 Pichichi winners

Rank Player Country Titles Seasons
1 Telmo Zarra  Spain 6 1944-45, 1945-46, 1946-47, 1949-50, 1950-51, 1952-53
2 Alfredo di Stéfano  Argentina 5 1953-54, 1955-56, 1956-57, 1957-58, 1958-59
2 Quini  Spain 5 1973-74, 1975-76, 1979-80, 1980-81, 1981-82
2 Hugo Sánchez  Mexico 5 1984-85, 1985-86, 1986-87, 1987-88, 1989-90
5 Ferenc Puskás  Hungary 4 1959-60, 1960-61, 1962-63, 1963-64

Teams with the most titles

Team Titles Seasons
1 Real Madrid 24 1932-33, 1951-52, 1953-54, 1955-56, 1956-57, 1957-58, 1958-59, 1959-60, 1960-61, 1962-63, 1963-64, 1968-69, 1969-70, 1983-84, 1985-86, 1986-87, 1987-88, 1989-90, 1990-91, 1994-95, 1998-99, 2000-01, 2003-04, 2006-07.
2 Athletic Bilbao 12 1929-30, 1930-31, 1931-32, 1939-40, 1944-45, 1945-46, 1946-47, 1949-50, 1950-51, 1952-53, 1967-68, 1974-75.
3 Barcelona 10 1942-43, 1948-49, 1964-65, 1970-71, 1978-79, 1980-81, 1981-82, 1993-94, 1996-97, 2005-06.
4 Atlético Madrid 9 1940-41, 1968-69, 1969-70**, 1970-71, 1984-85, 1988-89, 1991-92, 1997-98, 2008-09.
5 Valencia 6 1941-42, 1943-44, 1957-58, 1966-67, 1976-77, 1977-78.
6 Real Oviedo 4 1933-34, 1934-35, 1935-36, 1972-73.
7 Sporting de Gijón 3 1973-74, 1975-76, 1979-80.
8 Deportivo La Coruña 3 1992-93, 2001-02, 2002-03.
9 Real Valladolid 2 1957-58, 1983-84.
10 Real Sociedad 1 1928-29.
11 Celta de Vigo 1 1947-48.
12 Sevilla 1 1954-55.
13 Real Zaragoza 1 1961-62.
14 Elche 1 1965-66.
15 Granada 1 1971-72.
16 Real Betis 1 1982-83.
17 Tenerife 1 1995-96.
18 Racing de Santander 1 1999–00.
19 Villarreal 1 2004–05.
20 Mallorca 1 2007–08.
  • Bold year indicates a player shared the trophy
  • ** Two players in same year.

By country

Country Titles
 Spain 52
 Argentina 7
 Mexico 5
 Brazil 5
 Hungary 4
 Uruguay 3
 Netherlands 2
 Peru 1
 Paraguay 1
 Austria 1
 Chile 1
 Italy 1
 Cameroon 1

Players with most goals in a season

Player Country Number of Goals Year
Telmo Zarra  ESP 38 1950-51
Hugo Sánchez  MEX 38 1989-90

Players with most consecutive trophies

Player Country Number of seasons Years
Alfredo di Stéfano  ESP ARG 4 1955-56, 1956-57, 1957-58, 1958-59
Hugo Sánchez  MEX 4 1984-85,1985-86,1986-87,1987-88
Telmo Zarra  ESP 3 1944-45,1945-46,1946-47
Isidro Lángara  ESP 3 1933-34,1934-35,1935-36

Segunda División

Grupo Norte (Northern Group) Grupo Sur (Southern Group)
Season Player Country Club Goals Player Country Club Goals
1952-53 Mauro Spain Spain Real Avilés 19 Arregui Spain Spain Real Jaén 30
1953-54 Nuñez Chas Spain Spain Cultural Leonesa 24 Xirau Spain Spain RB Linense 22
1954-55 Cháves Spain Spain Real Zaragoza 24 Castaño Spain Spain Espana Tánger 24
Gallardo Spain Spain Real Murcia 24
1955-56 Sabino Spain Spain Osasuna 24 Rafa Spain Spain Granada 27
1956-57 Ricardo Spain Spain Sporting de Gijón 46 Araújo Spain Spain Córdoba 28
1957-58 Lalo Spain Spain Real Oviedo 19 Nené Spain Spain San Fernando 24
1958-59 Morollón Spain Spain Real Valladolid 23 José Cardona  Honduras Elche 21
1959-60 Ribera Spain Spain Ourense 22 Paredes Spain Spain Levante 26
1960-61 Veloso Spain Spain Deportivo La Coruña 24 Mauri Spain Spain Levante 21
1961-62 Amancio Spain Spain Deportivo La Coruña 27 Antonio Conesa Spain Spain Real Jaén 21
1962-63 Olano Spain Spain Real Sociedad 31 Navarro Spain Spain Mestalla 20
1963-64 Abel Spain Spain Racing de Santander 27 Arana Spain Spain Hércules 21
1964-65 Lizarralde Spain Spain Indautxu 21 Martinez Spain Spain Real Valladolid 17
Miguel Spain Spain Granada 17
1965-66 Abel Spain Spain Celta de Vigo 26 Mendi Spain Spain Atlético Ceuta 18
1966-67 Solabarrieta Spain Spain Sporting de Gijón 24 Serafin Spain Spain Real Murcia 21
1967-68 Abel Spain Spain Celta de Vigo 17 Barrios Spain Spain Tenerife 15
Rivera Spain Spain Celta de Vigo 17
Single Group
Season Player Country Club Goals
1968-69 Quino Spain Spain Real Betis 33
1969-70 Quini Spain Spain Sporting de Gijón 24
1970-71 Santillana Spain Spain Racing de Santander 17
Cuesta Spain Spain Córdoba 17
1971-72 Galán Spain Spain Real Oviedo 23
1972-73 Illán Spain Spain Rayo Vallecano 20
1973-74 Baena Spain Spain Cádiz 23
1974-75 Cioffi  Italy Castellón 22
1975-76 Burguete Spain Spain Córdoba 19
Illán Spain Spain Tenerife 19
1976-77 Quini  Spain Sporting de Gijón 27
1977-78 Castro  Spain Deportivo La Coruña 24
1978-79 Iriguibil  Spain Osasuna 24
1979-80 Iriguibil  Spain Osasuna 19
1980-81 Magdaleno  Spain Burgos 17
1981-82 Lucas  Spain Celta de Vigo 27
1982-83 José Luis  Spain Deportivo La Coruña 16
1983-84 Julio Salinas  Spain Athletic Bilbao 23
1984-85 Mejías II  Spain Cádiz 17
1985-86 Alcaniz  Spain Castellón 23
1986-87 Baltazar  Brazil Celta de Vigo 34
1987-88 Carlos  Spain Real Oviedo 26
1988-89 Quique  Spain Racing de Santander 23
1989-90 Pepe Mel  Spain Real Betis 23
1990-91 Comas  Spain Real Murcia 23
1991-92 Gudelj Yugoslavia SFR Yugoslavia Celta de Vigo 26
1992-93 Daniel Aquino  Argentina Mérida 19
1993-94 Daniel Aquino  Argentina Real Betis 26
1994-95 Puche II  Spain Palamós 21
1995-96 Manel  Spain Logroñés 27
1996-97 Pauleta  Portugal Salamanca 19
Yordi  Spain Atlético Madrid B 19
1997-98 Gluščević Federal Republic of Yugoslavia FR Yugoslavia Extremadura 24
1998-99 Catanha  Spain Málaga 25
Sequeiros  Spain Atlético Madrid B 25
1999-2000 Salillas  Spain Levante 20
2000-01 Salva Ballesta  Spain Atlético Madrid 20
2001-02 Diego Alonso  Uruguay Atlético Madrid 22
2002-03 Jesús Perera  Spain Albacete 22
2003-04 Rubén Castro  Spain Las Palmas 22
2004-05 Mario Bermejo  Spain Racing Ferrol 26
2005-06 Uche  Nigeria Recreativo de Huelva 20
2006-07 Marcos Márquez  Spain Las Palmas 21
2007-08 Yordi  Spain Xerez 20
2008-09 Nino  Spain Tenerife 28

Similar trophies

The Zarra Trophy, also awarded by the Marca newspaper, is awarded annually to the Spanish national with the highest goal total in La Liga. It is named in the memory of the late Athletic Bilbao striker Telmo Zarraonaindía (also known as Zarra) who shares the record with Mexican player Hugo Sánchez for most goals scored in a single season with 38 goals.

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References

  1. ^ Estadísticas de jugadores y equipos de Fútbol en AS.com

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