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List of Bundesliga Top Scorers

When discussing goal scoring legends of the Bundesliga the likes of Gerd Müller, Klaus Fischer and Jupp Heynckes are just some of the names that come to mind, whilst in recent years we have seen players such as Robert Lewandowski and Stefan Kießling seek to emulate their feats in Germany's top division.

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Top 5 Bundesliga Scorers:

1. Gerd Müller

Gerd Müller finished top scorer in the Bundesliga on seven occasions during a 15 year spell at Bavarian giants Bayern Munich, where he netted a phenomenal 398 goals in just 453 appearances. In the German top flight, he bagged 365 goals making him the leading scorer in the Bundesliga's history.

2. Klaus Fischer 

Klaus Fischer scored 268 Bundesliga goals during a career that saw him play for four teams in the German top flight - TSV 1860 München, FC Schalke 04, 1. FC Köln and VfL Bochum - but was most notable for his spell at Schalke for whom he represented from 1970–1981. He got on the scoresheet 182 times for the Royal Blues and is second only to the legendary Gerd Müller in the all-time Bundesliga scoring chart.
Jupp Heynckes (Photo by CHRISTOF STACHE/AFP/Getty Images)

3. Jupp Heynckes

Jupp Heynckes is next on the list with 220 career Bundesliga goals. Heynckes spent most of his career at Borussia Mönchengladbach during a golden era for the club in the 1960s and the 1970s when they won five Bundesliga titles. Heynckes, who went on to guide Bayern Munich to an unprecedented Bundesliga, DFB Pokal and UEFA Champions League treble in 2013, scored 168 goals in just 226 appearances for the club.

4. Manfred Burgsmüller

Manfred Burgsmüller enjoyed a 17 season Bundesliga career, scoring 213 goals in 447 fixtures. He was a member of the 1987/88 Werder Bremen title winning squad and also represented the likes of Borussia Dortmund, 1. FC Nürnberg and Rot-Weiß Oberhausen. His best return was at the latter when he scored 27 goals in the 1980/81 season.

5. Ulf Kirsten

Ulf Kirsten's impressive record of 182 goals in 350 Bundesliga matches was accomplished during his 13-year spell at Bayern Leverkusen. He finished as the league's top goalscorer in three different seasons (1992–93, 1996-97 & 1997-98).

List Of Bundesliga Top Scorers:

1963–64 Uwe Seeler 30
1964–65 Rudi Brunnenmeier 24
1965–66 Friedhelm Konietzka 26
1966–67 Lothar Emmerich, Gerd Müller 28
1967–68 Hannes Löhr 27
1968–69 Gerd Müller 30
1969–70 Gerd Müller 38
1970–71 Lothar Kobluhn 24
1971–72 Gerd Müller 40
1972–73 Gerd Müller 36
1973–74 Josef Heynckes, Gerd Müller 30
1974–75 Josef Heynckes 27
1975–76 Klaus Fischer 29
1976–77 Dieter Müller 34
1977–78 Dieter Müller, Gerd Müller 24
1978–79 Klaus Allofs 22
1979–80 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge 26
1980–81 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge 29
1981–82 Horst Hrubesch 27
1982–83 Rudi Völler 23
1983–84 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge 26
1984–85 Klaus Allofs 26
1985–86 Stefan Kuntz 22
1986–87 Uwe Rahn 24
1987–88 Jürgen Klinsmann 19
1988–89 Thomas Allofs, Roland Wohlfarth 17
1989–90 Jørn Andersen 18
1990–91 Roland Wohlfarth 21
1991–92 Fritz Walter 22
1992–93 Ulf Kirsten, Anthony Yeboah 20
1993–94 Stefan Kuntz, Anthony Yeboah 18
1994–95 Heiko Herrlich, Mario Basler 20
1995–96 Fredi Bobic 17
1996–97 Ulf Kirsten 22
1997–98 Ulf Kirsten 22
1998–99 Michael Preetz 23
1999–2000 Martin Max 19
2000–01 Sergej Barbarez, Ebbe Sand 22
2001–02 Márcio Amoroso, Martin Max 18
2002–03 Giovane Élber, Thomas Christiansen 21
2003–04 Aílton 28
2004–05 Marek Mintál 24
2005–06 Miroslav Klose 25
2006–07 Theofanis Gekas 20
2007–08 Luca Toni 24
2008–09 Grafite 28
2009–10 Edin Džeko 22
2010–11 Mario Gómez 28
2011–12 Klaas-Jan Huntelaar 29
2012–13 Stefan Kießling 25
2013–14 Robert Lewandowski 20
2014–15 Alexander Meier 19


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List of Bundesliga Top Scorers

The Bundesliga has been graced by host of phenomenal goal scorers with the likes of Gerd Müller, Jupp Heynckes and Robert Lewandowski just some of the hitmen to grace Germany's top division.

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