mardi 3 septembre 2019

Czechoslovakia, Czech Republic and Slovakia national teams' top scorers by year

Antonin Puc, Jan Koller, Peter Dubovsky and Marek Hamsik are respectively the all-time leading scorers for Czechoslovakia, Czech Republic, RCS and Slovakia

Czechoslovakia, Czech Republic and Slovakia national teams' top scorers by year


Czechoslovakia

1906 : Jan Stary (Slavia), 2 goals.
1907 : Jan Kozek (Slavia), 3 goals.
1908 : Josef Belka (Slavia), 2 goals.
1920 : Antonin Janda (Sparta), 6 goals. Jan Vanik (Slavia), 4.
1921 : Antonin Janda (Sparta) & Jan Vanik (Slavia), 4 goals.
1922 : Jan Dvoracek (Union Zizkov then Sparta), 4 goals.
1923 : Rudolf Sloup (Slavia), 5 goals. Josef Capek (Slavia), 4.
1924 : Rudolf Sloup (Slavia) & Josef Sedlacek (Sparta), 2 goals.
1925 : Jan Dvoracek (Sparta), 4 goals.
1926 : Josef Silny (Slavia), 5 goals.
1927 : Frantisek Svoboda (Slavia), 7 goals. Antonin Puc (Slavia), 6.
1928 : Antonin Puc (Slavia), 7 goals. Karel Bejbl (Bohemians), 5.
1929 : Josef Silny (Slavia), 7 goals.
1930 : Frantisek Junek (Slavia), 3 goals.
1931 : Frantisek Svoboda (Slavia), 4 goals.
1932 : Oldrich Nejedly (Sparta), 3 goals.
1933 : Antonin Puc (Slavia), 5 goals.
1934 : Oldrich Nejedly (Sparta), 9 goals.
1935 : Vaclav Horak (Viktoria Plzen), 3 goals. Nejedly, 2.
1936 : Frantisek Klos (Kladno), 4 goals.
1937 : Oldrich Nejedly (Sparta), 5 goals. Jiri Sobotka (Slavia), Jan Riha (Sparta), 4.
1938 : Josef Bican (Slavia), 8 goals. Nejedly, 6.
1939 : Josef Bican (Slavia), 6 goals.
1946 : Jaroslav Cejp (Sparta), Milos Klimek (SK Jednota) & Vojtech Zachar (Zilina), 2 goals.
1947 : Josef Bican (Slavia), Jaroslav Cejp (Sparta) & Ladislav Kubala (SK Bratislava), 4 goals. Riha, 3.
1948 : Otto Hemele (ATK Praha), 2 goals.
1949 : Vlastimil Pleis (Sparta then Sokol Bratrstvi), Emil Pazicky & Gejza Semansky (Sokol Bratislava), 3 goals. Hemele & Ladislav Hlavacek (Sokol Dynamo Slavia), 2.
1950 : Vlastimil Pleis (ZSJ Bratrstvi Sparta), 4 goals.
1951 : Jaroslav Cejp (Sparta), Jaroslav Vejvoda (Vitkovice) & Frantisek Vlk (ATK Praha), 1 goal.
1952 : Ladislav Müller (Sokol CKD Stalingrad), 2 goals.
1953 : Emil Pazicky (Slovan Bratislava), 4 goals. Vlk (Tetran Teplice), 3.
1954 : Arnost Pazdera (Sparta), 1 goal.
1955 : Ladislav Prada (UDA = Dukla) & Josef Chra (Sparta), 3 goals.
1956 : Jiri Fureisl (Karlovy Vary), 6 goals. Anton Moravcik (Slovan), 4.
1957 : Anton Moravcik (Slovan) & Tadeas Kraus (Sparta), 4 goals.
1958 : Zdenek Zikan (Dukla), 5 goals.
1959 : Milan Dolinsky (Cervena Hviezda Bratislava), 4 goals. Bubernik & Scherer (same club), 3.
1960 : Vlastimil Bubnik (TJ RH Brno) & Adolf Scherer (C.H Bratislava), 3 goals.
1961 : Andrej Kvasnak (Sparta), 8 goals. Scherer, 6. Kadraba (Kladno), Pospichal (Banik Ostrava), 4.
1962 : Adolf Scherer (C.H then Slovanft Bratislava = Inter Bratislava), 3 goals.
1963 : Adolf Scherer (Slovanft/ Inter) & Vaclav Masek (Sparta), 2 goals.
1964 : Tomas Pospichal (Banik Ostrava) & Ivan Mraz (Sparta), 3 goals.
1965 : Karol Jokl (Slovan) & Frantisek Knebort (Dukla), 3 goals. Mraz, 2.
1966 : 6 players with 1 goal. J. Adamec, Geleta, Hrdlicka, Masny, Popluhar, Szikora.
1967 : Jozef Adamec (Spartak Trnava), 2 goals.
1968 : Jozef Adamec (Spartak Trnava), 4 goals. Jokl, 3.
1969 : Jozef Adamec (Spartak Trnava), 5 goals.
1970 : Ladislav Petras (Inter), Milan Albrecht (Jednota Trencin) & Pavel Stratin (Sklo Union Teplice), 2 goals.
1971 : Jan Capkovic (Slovan), 4 goals.
1972 : Karol Jokl (Slovan), 3 goals. J. Capkovic (Slovan) & Ladislav Kuna (Sp. Trnava), 2.
1973 : Zdenek Nehoda (Dukla) & Bohumil Vesely (Sparta), 3 goals.
1974 : Premysl Bicovsky (Sklo Union Teplice), 4 goals. Jan Svehlik (Slovan), 3.
1975 : Zdenek Nehoda (Dukla), 6 goals. Bicovsky, 4. Panenka (Bohemians), 3.
1976 : Anton Ondrus (Slovan), 5 goals. Antonin Panenka, 4. Dobias (Trnava) & Moder (Lok. Kosice), 3.
1977 : Zdenek Nehoda (Dukla), 3 goals. Miroslav Gajdusek (Dukla), 2.
1978 : Marian Masny (Slovan), 4 goals.
1979 : Marian Masny (Slovan), 5 goals. Antonin Panenka (Bohemians), Ladislav Vizek (Dukla), 3.
1980 : Zdenek Nehoda (Dukla), 10 goals. Vizek, 4.
1981 : Jan Kozak (Dukla), 5 goals. Nehoda (Dukla), 3. Vizek (Dukla), Janecka (Brno), 2.
1982 : Petr Janecka (Zbrojovka Brno), 3 goals. Panenka, 2 (2x pen. at the WC for his last 2 caps).
1983 : Ladislav Vizek (Dukla), 3 goals.
1984 : Petr Janecka (Bohemians), 3 goals. Jan Berger & Stanislav Griga (Sparta), 2.
1985 : 7 players with 1 goal. Berger, Griga, Hruska, Kubik, Lauda, Novak and Vizek.
1986 : Ivo Knoflicek (Slavia) & Karel Kula (Banik Ostrava), 3 goals. In less important games as for Kula.
1987 : Ivo Knoflicek (Slavia), Lubos Kubik (Slavia too) & Michal Bilek (Sparta), 2 goals. 2 in 2 regarding Bilek.
1988 : Vaclav Danek (Banik Ostrava), 3 goals. Kubik (Slavia) & Luhovy (Dukla), 2.
1989 : Michal Bilek (Sparta), 5 goals. T. Skuhravy (Sparta), 4. Griga (Sparta), 3.
1990 : Tomas Skuhravy (Sparta then Genoa), 7 goals.
1991 : Pavel Kuka (Slavia) & Vaclav Nemecek (Sparta), 3 goals. Lubo Moravcik (Saint-Etienne) & Karel Kula (Banik then Stuttgart Kickers), 2.
1992 : Jozef Chovanec (Sparta), 3 goals. Kuka (Slavia), Nemecek (Toulouse), 2.

RCS

1993 : Peter Dubovsky (Slovan Bratislava then Real Madrid), 5 goals.

Czech Republic

1994 : Horst Siegl (Sparta), 5 goals. Pavel Kuka (Kaiserslautern), 4.
1995 : Patrick Berger (Slavia then Dortmund), 7 goals. Radek Drulak (FC Petra), 4.
1996 : Pavel Kuka (Kaiserslautern), 8 goals.
1997 : Vladimir Smicer (Lens), 8 goals.
1998 : Vladimir Smicer (Lens), 5 goals.
1999 : Jan Koller (Lokeren then Anderlecht), 9 goals.
2000 : Jan Koller (Anderlecht), 6 goals. Pavel Nedved (Lazio), 4.
2001 : Pavel Nedved (Lazio then Juventus) & Milan Baros (Banik Ostrava), 4 goals.
2002 : Jan Koller (Dortmund), 5 goals. Milan Baros (Liverpool), 4.
2003 : Jan Koller (Dortmund), 7 goals. Baros, 4.
2004 : Milan Baros (Liverpool), 9 goals. Koller, 6.
2005 : Jan Koller (Dortmund), 7 goals. Tomas Rosicky (Dortmund), 6.
2006 : Jan Koller (Dortmund then Monaco), 7 goals. Baros (Aston Villa), 4.
2007 : Jan Koller (Monaco), 4 goals.
2008 : Jan Koller (Nürnberg) & Libor Sionko (FC Kobenhavn), 4 goals.
2009 : Milan Baros (Galatasaray), 6 goals.
2010 : Tomas Necid (CSKA Moskva), 3 goals.
2011 : Michal Kadlec (Leverkusen), 6 goals.
2012 : David Lafata (Baumit Jablonec), 3 goals. Baros (Galat), Pilar (Vik. Plzen), Jiracek (Wolfsburg), 2.
2013 : David Lafata (Sparta), Libor Kozak (Lazio then Aston Villa) & Matej Vydra (Watford), 2 goals.
2014 : Boreck Dokal (Sparta), 3 goals. Vydra (West Brom), 2.
2015 : Ladislav Krejci (Sparta) & Milan Skoda (Slavia), 2 goals.
2016 : Tomas Necid (Bursaspor), 3 goals. Skoda, 2.
2017 : Michael Krmencik (Vik. Plzen), 5 goals. Barak (Slavia then Udinese), 4. Darida (Hertha), 3.
2018 : Patrick Schik (Roma), 4 goals.

Slovakia

1939 : Jozef Luknar (SK Bratislava), 2 goals.
1940 : 4 players with 1 goal scored. Luknar, Vysocky, Foldes, Bolcek.
1941 : Frantisek Bolcek (Armadna XI), 2 goals.
1942 : 4 players with 1 goal scored. Bolcek, Luknar, Stefan Biro, Fabian, Podhradsky.
1943 : Frantisek Bolcek (OAP), Jozef Balazsy (OAP) & Miloslav Danko (Slavia Presov) with 1 goal.
1944 : Jan Arpas (SK Bratislava), 3 goals.
1994 : Peter Dubovsky (Real Madrid), 3 goals. Lubomir Moravcik (Saint-Etienne), 2.
1995 : Peter Dubovsky (Real Madrid then Real Oviedo), 4 goals. Jaroslav Timko (FC Petra) & Tibor Jancula (Austria Salzburg), 3.
1996 : Peter Dubovsky (Real Oviedo), Dusan Tittel (Slovan), Marian Zeman (Istanbulspor) & Julius Simon (Spartak Trnava), 3 goals.
1997 : Jozef Mazoros (FC Petra), 4 goals. Jancula (Austria Salzburg then Fortuna Düsseldorf), 3.
1998 : Lubomir Moravcik (Bastia then Duisburg), 3 goals. Tomaschek, Jancula, Dubovsky, 2.
1999 : Martin Fabus (Ozeta Dukla then Sigma Olomouc) & Vladimir Labant (Sparta, did not score when still a Slavia player), 2 goals.
2000 : Szilard Nemeth (Inter Bratislava), 3 goals. Martin Fabus, 2.
2001 : Szilard Nemeth (Inter then Middlesbrough), 4 goals. Oravec (Ruzemberok), 3.
2002 : Szilard Nemeth (Middlesbrough), Marek Mintal (Zilina), Lubos Reiter (Sigma Olomouc) & Jozef Kozlej (Olympiakos Lefkosias), 2 goals.
2003 : Szilard Nemeth (Middlesbrough) & Robert Vittek (Slovan then Nürnberg), 5 goals. Reiter, 3.
2004 : Robert Vittek (Nürnberg), 5 goals. Karhan (Wolfsburg), 3.
2005 : Miroslav Karhan (Wolfsburg), 4 goals.
2006 : Marek Mintal (Nürnberg) & Filip Sebo (Rangers FC), 5 goals.
2007 : Jan Durica (FC Saturn), Martin Skrtl (Zenit) & Marek Cech (Porto), 3 goals.
2008 : Stanislav Sestak (Bochum), 4 goals. Marek Hamsik (Napoli), 3.
2009 : Stanislav Sestak (Bochum), 4 goals. Marek Hamsik (Napoli), 3.
2010 : Robert Vittek (Lille), 5 goals.
2011 : 8 players with 1 goal scored.
2012 : Marek Sapara (Trabzonspor), 3 goals. Jakubko (FC Amkar) and Hamsik, 2.
2013 : Martin Jakubko (FC Amkar), 2 goals
2014 : Marek Hamsik (Napoli), 3 goals.
2015 : Robert Mak (PAOK), 4 goals. Duris (Vik. Plzen), Hamsik, 3.
2016 : Adam Nemec (Willem II then Dinamo Bucuresti), 4 goals. Hamsik, 3.
2017 : Adam Nemec (Dinamo Bucuresti), 3 goals. Vladimir Weiss (Al Gharafa), Stanislav Lobotka (Celta), 2.
2018 : Albert Rusnak (Real Salt Lake), 4 goals.

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