Serie A 100 club: Who are Italian football’s top goalscorers, who has scored more than 100 Serie A goals?

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It’s no secret that strikers live and breathe goals, so entry into any league’s so-called 100 club – to have scored more than a century of goals in the competition – is a real badge of honour for a marksman. Italian football is no exception, and a number of players from past and present have scored more than 100 Serie A goals.

The names at the top of Serie A’s all-time scoring charts are familiar names to any fan of Italian football. Silvio Piola, Francesco Totti, Gunnar Nordahl, Giuseppe Meazza and co. often have their names mentioned, and current Lazio and Italy forward Ciro Immobile will certainly have them at the front of his mind as he seeks to move up the scoring charts.

Soccer Football – Europa League – Group F – Lazio v Feyenoord – Stadio Olimpico, Rome, Italy – September 8, 2022 Lazio’s Ciro Immobile acknowledges fans after being substituted REUTERS/Alberto Lingria

Who is Serie A’s all-time top goalscorer?

Although Ciro Immobile is involved in the top 10, his current tally has him still some way shy of top spot and with close to 100 goals separating him from Silvio Piola who has led the way since scoring his last Serie A goal in 1954. In all, Piola scored 274 goals in Serie A.

Also on the podium are Francesco Totti (250) and Gunnar Nordahl (225). In joint-fourth place are Giuseppe Meazza and Jose Altafini, each with 216 goals to their name. Then come some more recent names in Antonio Di Natale, Roberto Baggio and Ciro Immobile.

Which players have scored more than 100 Serie A goals?

Zlatan Ibrahimovic celebrates scoring a penalty for AC Milan against Udinese. [@Getty]

The list of players with more than 100 Serie A goals and members of the 100 club is long, and a number of active players are among them. The full list of players with over 100 Serie A goals is as follows:

  • Silvio Piola – 274 goals – Pro Vercelli, Lazio, Juventus, Novara.
  • Francesco Totti – 250 goals – AS Roma.
  • Gunnar Nordahl – 225 goals – AC Milan, Roma.
  • Giuseppe Meazza – 216 goals – Inter, Milan, Juventus.
  • Jose Altafini – 216 goals – Milan, Napoli, Juventus.
  • Antonio Di Natale – 209 goals – Empoli, Udinese.
  • Roberto Baggio – 205 goals – Fiorentina, Juventus, Milan, Bologna, Inter, Brescia.
  • Ciro Immobile* – 194 goals – Juventus, Genoa, Torino, Lazio.
  • Kurt Hamrin – 190 goals – Juventus, Padova, Fiorentina, Milan, Napoli.
  • Giuseppe Signori – 188 goals – Foggia, Lazio, Sampdoria, Bologna.
  • Alessandro Del Piero – 188 goals – Juventus.
  • Alberto Gilardino – 188 goals – Piacenza, Hellas Verona, Parma, Milan, Fiorentina, Genoa, Bologna, Palermo, Empoli, Pescara.
  • Gabriel Batistuta – 183 goals – Fiorentina, Roma, Inter.
  • Fabio Quagliarella* – 182 goals – Sampdoria, Udinese, Juventus, Torino, Napoli, Ascoli.
  • Giampiero Boniperti – 178 goals – Juventus.
  • Amedeo Amadei – 174 goals – Roma, Inter, Napoli.
  • Giuseppe Gabetto – 164 goals – Juventus, Torino.
  • Roberto Boninsenga – 162 goals – Varese, Cagliari, Inter, Juventus.
  • Luca Toni – 157 goals – Vicenza, Brescia, Palermo, Fiorentina, Roma, Genoa, Juventus, Hellas Verona.
  • Zlatan Ibrahimovic* – 156 goals – Juventus, Inter, Milan.
  • Gigi Riva – 156 goals – Cagliari.
  • Filippo Inzaghi – 156 goals – Parma, Atalanta, Juventus, Milan.
  • Roberto Mancini – 156 goals – Bologna, Sampdoria, Lazio.
  • Luis Vinicio – 155 goals – Napoli, Bologna, Vicenza, Inter.
  • Carlo Reguzzoni – 155 goals – Pro Patria, Bologna.
  • Istvan Nyers – 153 goals – Inter, oma.
  • Hernan Crespo – 153 goals – Parma, Lazio, Inter, Milan, Genoa.
  • Adriano Bassetto – 149 goals – Sampdoria, Atalanta, Vicenza.
  • Omar Sivori – 147 goals – Juventus, Napoli.
  • Christian Vieri – 142 goals – Torino, Atalanta, Juventus, Lazio, Inter, Milan, Fiorentina.
  • Benito Lorenzi – 142 goals – Inter, Alessandria.
  • Marco Di Vaio – 142 goals – Lazio, Salernitana, Parma, Juventus, Genoa, Bologna.
  • Paolo Pulici – 142 goals – Torino, Udinese, Fiorentina.
  • Vincenzo Montella – 141 goals – Sampdoria, Roma.
  • John Hansen – 139 goals – Juventus, Lazio.
  • Enrico Chiesa – 138 goals – Sampdoria, Cremonese, Parma, Fiorentina, Lazio, Siena.
  • Sergio Brighenti – 136 goals – Inter, Triestina, Padova, Sampdoria, Modena, Torino.
  • Roberto Pruzzo – 133 goals – Genoa, Roma, Fiorentina.
  • Alessandro Altobelli – 132 goals – Inter, Juventus.
  • Felice Borei – 131 goals – Juventus, Torino, Alessandria.
  • Ezio Pascutti – 130 goals – Bologna.
  • Francesco Graziani – 130 goals – Torino, Fiorentina, Roma, Udinese.
  • Roberto Bettega – 129 goals – Juventus.
  • Gianni Rivera – 128 goals – Alessandria, Milan.
  • Andriy Shevchenko – 127 goals – Milan.
  • Gonzalo Higuain – 125 goals – Napoli, Juventus, Milan.
  • Pietro Ferraris II – 124 goals – Pro Vercelli, Napoli, Inter, Torino, Novara.
  • David Trezeguet – 123 goals – Juventus.
  • Gianluca Vialli – 123 goals – Sampdoria, Juventus.
  • Renzo Burini – 123 goals – Milan, Lazio.
  • Mauro Icardi* – 121 goals – Sampdoria, Inter.
  • Cristiano Lucarelli – 120 goals – Atalanta, Lecce, Torino, Livorno, Parma, Napoli.
  • Ettore Puricelli – 119 goals – Bologna, Milan.
  • Gino Pivatelli – 118 goals – Bologna, Napoli, Milan.
  • Abel Balbo – 117 goals – Udinese, Roma, Parma, Fiorentina.
  • Alessandro Mazzola – 116 goals – Inter.
  • Giampaolo Pazzini – 114 goals – Atalanta, Fiorentina, Sampdoria, Inter, Milan, Verona.
  • Dries Mertens* – 113 goals – Napoli.
  • Nicola Amoruso – 113 goals – Sampdoria, Padova, Juventus, Perugia, Napoli, Como, Modena, Messina, Reggina, Torino, Siena, Parma, Atalanta.
  • Edinson Cavani* – 112 goals – Palermo, Napoli.
  • Sergio Pellissier – 112 goals – Chievo.
  • Domenico Berardi* – 111 goals – Sassuolo.
  • Riccardo Carapellese – 111 goals – Milan, Torino, Juventus, Genoa.
  • Antonio Cassano – 111 goals – Bari, Roma, Sampdoria, Milan, Inter, Parma.
  • Lorenzo Bettini – 110 goals – Palermo, Roma, Udinese, Lazio, Inter, Modena.
  • Carlo Galli – 110 goals – Palermo, Roma, Milan, Udinese, Genoa, Lazio.
  • Giovanni Ferrari – 110 goals – Alessandria, Juventus, Inter, Bologna.
  • Giuseppe Baldini – 110 goals – Fiorentina, Inter, Sampdoria, Genoa, Como.
  • Angelo Schiavio – 109 goals – Bologna.
  • Paulo Dybala* – 109 goals – Palermo, Juventus, Roma.
  • Bruno Giordano – 109 goals – Lazio, Napoli, Ascoli, Bologna.
  • Aldo Boffi – 108 goals – Milan.
  • Eddie Firmani – 108 goals – Sampdoria, Inter, Genoa.
  • Duvan Zapata* – 108 goals – Napoli, Udinese, Sampdoria, Atalanta.
  • Edin Dzeko* – 108 goals – Roma, Inter.
  • Dino Da Costa – 107 goals – Roma, Fiorentina, Atalanta, Juventus.
  • Antonio Vojak – 106 goals – Napoli, Genoa, Lucchese.
  • Andrea Belotti* – 106 goals – Palermo, Torino, Roma.
  • Pietro Anastasi – 105 goals – Varese, Juventus, Inter, Ascoli.
  • Gino Armano – 105 goals – Alessandria, Inter, Torino.
  • Gino Cappello – 104 goals – Milan, Bologna.
  • Fabrizio Miccoli – 103 goals – Perugia, Juventus, Fiorentina, Palermo.
  • Adrian Mutu – 103 goals – Inter, Verona, Parma, Juventus, Fiorentina, Cesena.
  • Sergio Clerici – 103 goals – Lecco, Bologna, Atalanta, Verona, Fiorentina, Napoli, Lazio.
  • Oliver Bierhoff – 102 goals – Ascoli, Udinese, Milan, Chievo.
  • Tommaso Rocchi – 102 goals – Empoli, Lazio, Inter.
  • Pietro Paolo Virdis – 102 goals – Cagliari, Juventus, Udinese, Milan, Lecce.
  • Goran Pandev – 101 goals – Ancona, Lazio, Inter, Napoli, Genoa.
  • Pierino Prati – 100 goals – Milan, Roma, Fiorentina.
  • Luis Muriel* – 100 goals – Udinese, Lecce, Sampdoria, Fiorentina, Atalanta.
  • Marek Hamsik* – 100 goals – Brescia, Napoli.

*still active, statistics correct as of May 25, 2023.

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