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Premier League Golden Boot winners: List of past winners of top goal scorer prize | Sporting News United Kingdom

The Premier League has now seen over 30 years’ worth of goals since its breakaway from the Football League and a thrilling Golden Boot race is reaching its conclusion.

Erling Haaland set the record
for the most goals in a Premier League campaign in the 2022/23 season as he bagged 36, eclipsing the record of 34 set by Alan Shearer and Andy Cole in the 1990s.

Shearer and Thierry Henry are the only two players to have won the award in three consecutive seasons.

The Sporting News takes a look at the entire list of winners by year.

Erling Haaland

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Premier League Golden Boot winners by year

There are some incredibly memorable campaigns on this list. Liverpool are the club with the most Golden Boot triumphs to their name thanks to Michael Owen, Luis Suarez, Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane.

Throughout the history of the competition there have been 26 different players to win the award, a true testament to the league’s competitive landscape.

Season Player Club Goals
1992/93 Teddy Sheringham Nottingham Forest / Tottenham Hotspur 22*
1993/94 Andrew Cole Newcastle 34*
1994/95 Alan Shearer Blackburn 34*
1995/96 Alan Shearer Blackburn 31
1996/97 Alan Shearer Newcastle 25
1997/98 Dion Dublin Coventry 18
  Michael Owen Liverpool 18
  Chris Sutton Blackburn 18
1998/99 Michael Owen Liverpool 18
  Dwight Yorke Manchester United 18
  Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink Leeds United 18
1999/00 Kevin Phillips Sunderland 30
2000/01 Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink Chelsea 23
2001/02 Thierry Henry Arsenal 24
2002/03 Ruud van Nistelrooy Manchester United 25
2003/04 Thierry Henry Arsenal 30
2004/05 Thierry Henry Arsenal 25
2005/06 Thierry Henry Arsenal 27
2006/07 Didier Drogba Chelsea 20
2007/08 Cristiano Ronaldo Manchester United 31
2008/09 Nicolas Anelka Chelsea 19
2009/10 Didier Drogba Chelsea 29
2010/11 Carlos Tevez Man City 20
  Dimitar Berbatov Manchester United 20
2011/12 Robin van Persie Arsenal 30
2012/13 Robin van Persie Manchester United 26
2013/14 Luis Suarez Liverpool 31
2014/15 Sergio Aguero Man City 26
2015/16 Harry Kane Tottenham Hotspur 25
2016/17 Harry Kane Tottenham Hotspur 29
2017/18 Mohamed Salah Liverpool 32
2018/19 Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang Arsenal 22
  Sadio Mane Liverpool 22
  Mohamed Salah Liverpool 22
2019/20 Jamie Vardy Leicester City 23
2020/21 Harry Kane Tottenham Hotspur 23
2021/22 Mohamed Salah Liverpool 23
  Son Heung-min Tottenham Hotspur 23
2022/23 Erling Haaland Man City 36

*42-match season

Premier League Golden Boot race 2023/24

Haaland leads the way once again heading into he final few matches but the battle for glory is closer this time around.

The Sporting News will be updating the table below during every matchday of the 2023/24 Premier League season through to the final matches on May 19, 2024.

Updated on Saturday, May 11, 2024.

Rank Player Club Goals (PKs) Assists Matches Mins
1. Erling Haaland Man City 25 (6) 5 29 2349
2. Cole Palmer Chelsea 21 (9) 9 31 2356
= Alexander Isak Newcastle 20 (5) 1 28 2095
4. Ollie Watkins Aston Villa 19 (0) 12 35 3063
= Dominic Solanke Bournemouth 19 (2) 3 37 3300
6. Mohamed Salah Liverpool 18 (5) 10 30 2355
7. Son Heung-min Tottenham 17 (2) 9 33 2768
= Phil Foden Man City 17 (0) 8 32 2685
9. Jarrod Bowen West Ham 16 (0) 6 34 3020
= Bukayo Saka Arsenal 16 (5) 9 33 2851

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Blackburn Rovers, Arsenal, Chelsea, Leicester City and Liverpool are the only other clubs to have won the top-flight title in the Premier League era.

Season Premier League winner Manager
1992/93 Manchester United Sir Alex Ferguson
1993/94 Manchester United Sir Alex Ferguson
1994/95 Blackburn Rovers Kenny Dalglish
1995/96 Manchester United Sir Alex Ferguson
1996/97 Manchester United Sir Alex Ferguson
1997/98 Arsenal Arsene Wenger
1998/99 Manchester United Sir Alex Ferguson
1999/2000 Manchester United Sir Alex Ferguson
2000/01 Manchester United Sir Alex Ferguson
2001/02 Arsenal Arsene Wenger
2002/03 Manchester United Sir Alex Ferguson
2003/04 Arsenal Arsene Wenger
2004/05 Chelsea Jose Mourinho
2005/06 Chelsea Jose Mourinho
2006/07 Manchester United Sir Alex Ferguson
2007/08 Manchester United Sir Alex Ferguson
2008/09 Manchester United Sir Alex Ferguson
2009/10 Chelsea Carlo Ancelotti
2010/11 Manchester United Sir Alex Ferguson
2011/12 Manchester City Roberto Mancini
2012/13 Manchester United Sir Alex Ferguson
2013/14 Manchester City Manuel Pellegrini
2014/15 Chelsea Jose Mourinho
2015/16 Leicester City Claudio Ranieri
2016/17 Chelsea Antonio Conte
2017/18 Manchester City Pep Guardiola
2018/19 Manchester City Pep Guardiola
2019/20 Liverpool Jurgen Klopp
2020/21 Manchester City Pep Guardiola
2021/22 Manchester City Pep Guardiola
2022/23 Manchester City Pep Guardiola
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