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Premier League Golden Boot Winners

Who are the Premier League Golden Boot winners? Who has won the most golden boots in EPL? Did Drogba win Premier League Golden Boot? Who won the Golden Boot 2017? Did Michael Owen ever win the Golden Boot? Who got the Golden Boot 2021? Did Frank Lampard win Golden Boot? Who won Golden Boot 2021? Who won Golden Shoe 2016? Who won Golden Boot 2019? Who won the European Golden Shoe in 2018?

See Also: List Of EPL Winning Managers

The Premier League Golden Boot used to be called the Carling Golden Boot from 1994 to 2001, the Barclaycard Golden Boot from 2002 to 2004, the Barclays Golden Boot from 2005 to 2016, and the Cadbury Golden Boot from 2017 to 2020 (as per sponsors). In 2021, it was referred to as the Coca-Cola Zero Sugar Golden Boot and since 2022, it is referred to as the Castrol Golden Boot.

Aside from the trophy, Premier League Golden Boot winners usually get £1,000 for every goal scored throughout the season to donate to a charity of their choice.

Also, Alan Shearer is the only player other than Thierry Henry to win the award in three consecutive seasons.

Shearer, again, and Hasselbaink, as well as Van Persie, are the only players to win the Golden Boot with two clubs.  

Meanwhile, Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink and Dwight Yorke were the first non-English and non-European winners, respectively.

Harry Kane is the current Premier League Golden Boot winner with 23 goals.

Let’s now see all Premier League golden boot past winners.

Golden Boot Winners In Premier League History

Teddy Sheringham: (22 Goals) Tottenham Hotspur – 1992–93 

Andy Cole: (34 Goals) Newcastle United – 1993–94                                                             

Alan Shearer: (34 Goals) Blackburn Rovers – 1994–95 

Alan Shearer: (31 Goals) Blackburn Rovers – 1995–96 

Alan Shearer: (25 Goals) Newcastle United – 1996–97 

Chris Sutton: (18 Goals) Blackburn Rovers – 1997–98 

Dion Dublin: (18 Goals) Coventry City – 1997–98                                                              

Michael Owen: (18 Goals) Liverpool – 1997–98                                                                  

Michael Owen: (18 Goals) Liverpool – 1998–99                                                                  

Dwight Yorke: (18 Goals) Manchester United – 1998–99                                                    

Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink: (18 Goals) Leeds United – 1998–99 

Kevin Phillips: (30 Goals) Sunderland – 1999–2000                                                             

Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink: (23 Goals) Chelsea – 2000–01 

Thierry Henry: (24 Goals) Arsenal – 2001–02                                                                      

Ruud van Nistelrooy: (25 Goals) Manchester United – 2002–03                                        

Thierry Henry: (30 Goals) Arsenal – 2003–04                                                                      

Thierry Henry: (25 Goals) Arsenal – 2004–05                                                                      

Thierry Henry: (27 Goals) Arsenal – 2005–06                                                                      

Didier Drogba: (20 Goals) Chelsea – 2006–07                                                                     

Cristiano Ronaldo: (31 Goals) Manchester United – 2007–08 

Nicolas Anelka: (19 Goals) Chelsea – 2008–09                                                                    

Didier Drogba: (29 Goals) Chelsea – 2009–10 

Carlos Tevez: (20 Goals) Manchester City – 2010–11 

Dimitar Berbatov: (20 Goals) Manchester United – 2010–11 

Robin van Persie: (30 Goals) Arsenal – 2011–12                                                                 

Robin van Persie: (26 Goals) Manchester United – 2012–13 

Luis Suárez: (31 Goals) Liverpool – 2013–14                                                            

Sergio Agüero: (26 Goals) Manchester City – 2014–15                                                       

Harry Kane: (25 Goals) Tottenham Hotspur – 2015–16                                                       

Harry Kane: (29 Goals) Tottenham Hotspur – 2016–17                                                       

Mohamed Salah: (32 Goals) Liverpool – 2017–18                                                               

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang: (22 Goals) Arsenal – 2018–19                                             

Sadio Mané:   (22 Goals) Liverpool – 2018–19                                                                     

Mohamed Salah: (22 Goals) Liverpool – 2018–19                                                               

Jamie Vardy: (23 Goals) Leicester City – 2019–20                                                               

Harry Kane: (23 Goals) Tottenham Hotspur – 2020–21       

Andy Cole and Shearer scored the most goals, i.e. 34 goals each in 1993–94 and 1994–95, respectively, to win the Golden Boot when the Premier League was a 42-game season.

But Mohamed Salah with 32 goals in 2017–18 holds the record for the current 38-game season.

Nicolas Anelka scored the fewest to clinch the award outright, with 19 goals in 2008–09. The all-time record for the lowest number of goals scored to be bestowed the award.

Now, which football player has the most EPL golden boot?

Player With Most Premier League Golden Boot

Thierry Henry has won the Golden Boot the most on four occasions. Followed by Alan Shearer and Harry Kane who have both won the award three times each.                   

Thierry Henry – 4 Awards: (2001–02; 2003–04; 2004–05; 2005–06)

Harry Kane – 3 Awards: (2015–16; 2016–17; 2020–21)

Alan Shearer – 3 Awards: (1994–95; 1995–96; 1996–97)

Mohamed Salah – 2 Awards: (2017–18; 2018–19)

Robin van Persie – 2 Awards: (2011–12; 2012–13)

Didier Drogba – 2 Awards: (2006–07; 2009–10)

Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink – 2 Awards: (1998–99; 2000–01)

Michael Owen – 2 Awards: (1997–98; 1998–99)

Michael Owen is the youngest player to win the Premier League Golden Boot at the age of just 18, while Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy is the oldest player to win the award at the age of 33 with 23 goals.

                                        

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