World Record and Statistics

The All-Time World Record and Statistics is considered only official/professional and first-level matches only.
If the same amount of stats, standard of league shall determine ranking.
The game result is not count penalty shootout.
The game without any attempt to win by any or both sides are not considered in a single match record.
Football league is required at least 25 percent of total games played to qualify in counting title.
Player & Manager : Total number trophies between two roles must not different below 40 percent.



Individual Trophy Record
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The Most Team Decorated Footballers of All-Time

Point of Trophy
National League (NL) : 1 Point
Domestic Cup (DC) : 0.5 Point
International Club (IC) : (EC, CL) 2 Point (UE,CWC) 1.2 Point
Intercontinental/World Club : 1 Point
Continental NT (CN) : 2.5 Point
World Cup (WC) : 4 Point

Remark* Rio-Sao Paulo Tournament and Taca Brasil are both given 1 point.
Proportion Criteria of Each Competition is the same as performance rating (Please see in rating Methodology)
Note : Players are required to play at least 40 percent of each competition to receive point.

Rank
Name/Compet
NL
DC
IC (1st)
CN
WC
Total Point
1
Iniesta
6
2
3 (2)
2
1
24
2
Pele
4
6
2 (2)
-
2
24
3
R.Carlos
6
1
3 (2)
2
1
23.5
4
Xavi
7
2
2 (2)
2
1
23
5
Schwarzenbeck
6
3
3 (1) + cwc (1)
1
1
22.2
6
Beckenbauer
5
4
3 (1) + cwc (1)
1
1
21.7
7
Gilmar
5
5
2 (2)
-
2
21.5
8
Puyol
6
2
3 (2)
1
1
21.5
9
Muller
4
4
3 (1) + cwc (1)
1
1
20.7
10
Maier
4
4
3 (1) + cwc (1)
1
1
20.7
11
Casillas
5
1
2 (1)
2
1
19.5
12
G. Ferrari
8
1
-
1
2
19.5

The Most NT Decorated Footballers of All-Time 

1. Jose Nasazzi (WC1-2OG-4SC) 

The Most Club Decorated Footballers of All-Time 

1. Francisco Gento (NL12-DC2-EC6)
2. Alfredo Di Stefano (NL12-DC2-EC5) 
3. Paolo Maldini (NL7-DC1-EC5)


The Most Int.Club Decorated Footballers of All-Time

1.  Francisco Gento (6EC, 1 WC)
2.  Paolo Maldini (5 EC, 3 WC)
3.  Francisco Sa (6 CL, 2 WC)


The Most Domestic Decorated Footballers of All-Time

1.  Roar Strand (League 16, Cup 5)
2.  Eusebio (League 13, Cup 5)
3, Ryan Giggs (League 13, Cup 4)
4. Sandy Archibald (League 13, Cup 4)
5.  Hossam Hassan (League 13, Cup 4)
6. Imre Schlosser (League 13, Cup 2)
7.  Davie Meiklejohn (League 12, Cup 5)
8. Manol Manolov (League 12, Cup 5)
9.  Ibrahim Hassan (League 12, Cup 5)
10. Predarg Dordevic (League 12, Cup 5)
11. Jiri Novotny (League 12, Cup 3)
12. Alfredo Di Stefano (League 12, Cup 2)
13. Francisco Gento (League 12, Cup 2)
14.  Nene (League 11, Cup 8)
15.  Bobby Lennox (League 11, Cup 8)



The Most Domestic Decorated Managers of All-Time

1. Bill Sturth (League 18, Cup 10)
2. Willie Maley (League 16, Cup 14)
3. Sir Alex Ferguson (League 16, Cup 9)
4. Nils Arne Eggen (League 15, Cup 6)


The Most Club Decorated Managers of All-Time

1. Sir Alex Ferguson (League 16, Cup 9, UCL 2)
2. Giovanni Trapattoni (League 10, Cup 3, EC 1, UC 3, CWC 1)

The Most Domestic Decorated Players & Managers of All-Time

1. Luis Cubilla (League : Player 9, Manager 9)
2. Eric Gerets (League : Player 8, Manager 7, Cup : Player 4, Manager 2)

The Most Int. Club Decorated Players & Managers of All-Time

1. Carlo Ancelotti (EC : Player 2, Manager 3)

The Most Club Decorated Players & Managers of All-Time

1. Luis Cubilla (League : Player 9, Manager 9, Int.Club (CL) : Player 3, Manager 2)
2. Ernest Happel (League:Player 6,Manager 8, Cup: Player 1,Manager 5, Int.Club :Player 1 (ZTP),Manager : EC 2 




Individual Scoring Record
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The Most Prolific Scorers of All-Time (Overall)

1)  Josef Bican : 805 Goals
2)  Pele : 767 Goals
3)  Ferenc Puskas : 746 Goals
4)  Romario  : 742 Goals
5)  Gerd Muller : 735 Goals
6)  Eusebio : 578 Goals
7)  Ferenc Deak : 576 Goals
8)  Uwe Seeler : 575 Goals
9)  Ernest Wilimowski : 554 Goals
10)  Jimmy Mcgrory : 550 Goals

All-Time Most Consecutive Games Goalscorer (Domestic League)


1) Lionel Messi : 19 games with Barcelona in La Liga (2012 - 2013)
2) Gerd Muller : 16 games with Bayern Munich in Bundesliga (1969 - 1970)
3) Teodo Peterek : 16 games with Ruch Chorzow in Polish League (1937 – 1938)
4) Jaime Riveros : 15 games with Santiago Wanderers in Chilean League (2004)
5) Juan Pedro Young : 15 games with Penarol in Uruguayan League (1933)
6) Fin Dossing:15 games with Dundee Utd in Scottish League (1964 - 1965)
7) Pele : 13 games with Santos in Campeonato Paulista (1960 - 1961)
8) Puskas : 13 games with Bupapest Honved in Hungarian League (1949)
9) Peter Dubovsky : 13 games with Slovan Bratislava (1991 – 1992)
10) Dixie Dean : 12 games with Everton in English Top Division (1928)
11 ) Valeriano Lopez : 12 games with Deportivo Cali (1949)
12) Bernabe Ferreyra : 12 Games in Argentina Primera Division (1932)



All-Time Most Consecutive Games Goalscorer (International)

1) Milan Galic : 10 games in 1960

2) Puskas : 9 games in 1949 - 1950
3) Kocsis : 9 games in 1951 - 1952
4) Tinsley Lindley : 9 games in 1886 - 1888
5) Just Fontaine : 8 games in 1958
6) Gunnar Nordahl : 8 games in 1946 - 1947
7) Jairzinho : 8 games in 1970
8) Noud Van Melis : 8 games in 1950 - 1952
9) Stephan Dobay : 8 games in 1933 - 1934

All-Time Most Top Scorers (Overall)

Point of Trophy
National League (NL) : 1 Point
International Club : (EC, CL) 1.5 Point
Continental NT : 2 Point
World Cup : 2.5 Point

Rank
Name/Compet.
NL
IC (1st)
CN
WC
Total Point
1
Gerd Muller
7
4
1
1
18
2
Ferenc Puskas
8
3
1
-
15
3
Eusebio
7
3
-
1
14.5
4
Alfredo Di Stefano
8
2
1
-
13.5
5
Gunnar Nordahl
9
1 (LC)
-
1(OG)
12.5

All-Time Most Top Scorers (Domestic League)

1) Josef Bican : 12 times (11 Czechoslovakian League, 1 Austrian League)
2) Gunnar Nordahl : 9 times (5 Italian Series A, 4 Swedish League)
3) Ference Puskas : 8 times (4 Hungarian League, 4 La Liga)
4) Alfredo Di Stfeano : 8 times (5 La Liga, 2 Colombian League, 1 Argentinean League)
5) Carlos Bianchi : 8 times (5 French Ligue, 3 Argentinean League)
6) 
Gerd Muller : 7 Times (All in Bundesliga)
7) Romario : 7 Times (3 Campeonato Brasileiro, 3 Eredivisie, 1 La Liga)
8) Eusebio : 7 Times (All in Portuguese Liga)
9) Imre Schlosser : 7 Times (All in Hungarian League)
10) Luis Artime : 7 Times (4 Uruguayan League, 3 Argentinean League)
Fernando Morena : 7 Times (All in Uruguayan League)




All-Time Highest Goalscorer In A Single Club Season (Overall) 

1)  Lionel Messi (Barcelona 2011 – 2012) : 73 Goals
2)  Gerd Muller (Bayern Munich 1972 – 1973) : 67 Goals
3)  Ferenc Deak (Szentlorinc 1945 – 1946) : 66 Goals
4) Arthur Ceuleers (Beerschot 1940 – 1941) : 66 Goals
5)  Gyula Zsengeller (Ujpest 1938 – 1939) : 65 Goals
6)  Henk Groot (Ajax 1960 – 1961) : 64 Goals
7)  Dixie Dean (Everton 1927 – 1928) : 63 Goals
8) Jimmy Mcgrory (Celtic 1927 – 1928) : 63 Goals
9)   Lionel Messi (Barcelona 2012 – 2013) : 60 Goals
10) Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid 2011 – 2012) : 60 Goals
Isidro Langara (Real Oviedo 1933 – 1934) : 60 Goals
William Macfadyen (Motherwell 1932 – 1933) : 60 Goals


All-Time Highest Goalscorer In A Single Game (Overall)

1) Pele (Santos) : 8 Goals Against Botafogo in the 1964 Campeonato Paulista.
2) Josef Bican (Slavia Prague) : 8 Goals Against Bata Zlin in the 1943 Czechoslovakian League
3) Jimmy Mcgrory (Celtic) : 8 Goals Against Dunfirmline in the 1928 Scottish League
4) Imre Schlosser (Ferenvaros) : 8 Goals Against Keruleti TVE in the 1911 - 1912 Hungarian League.
5) Ted Drake (Arsenal) : 7 Goals against Aston Villa in the 1935 English Top League
6) Gyorsi Sarosi (Hungary) : 7 Goals against Czechoslovakia in the 1937 Central European International Cup.
7) Hans Krankl (Austria WIenna) : 7 Goals against Grazer AK in the 1977 Austrian Top League.
8) Laszlo Kubala (Barcelona) : 7 Goals against Sporting Gijon in the 1952 Spanish La Liga
9) Eulogio Martinez (Bracelona) : 7 Goals Against Atletico Madrid in the1957 Copa Del Rey.
10) Ferenc Puskas (Budapest Honved) : 7 Goals Against Gyori ETO in 1949 Hungarian League
11) Juan Taverna (Banfield) : 7 Goals against Puerto Comercial in the 1974 Argentine Nacional
12) Ausgusto Sauto Arana (Barcelona) : 7 Goals against Athletic Bilbao in the 1931 Spanish La Liga. 



Individual Appearance Record
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All-Time Most Appearances Footballers (Overall)

1) Peter Shilton : 1234 Games
2) Rogerio Ceni : 1151 Games

3) Ray Clemence : 1070 Games 
4) Javier Zanetti : 1068 Games

5) Djama Santos : 1062 Games 
6) Pat Jennings : 1048 Games

7) Paolo Maldini : 1032 Games
8) Ryan Giggs : 1031 Games


All-Time Most Domestic Appearances Footballers 

1) Rogerio Ceni : 1135 Games
2) Peter Shilton : 1055 Games

All-Time Most International Appearances Footballers 

1) Ahmed Hassan (Egypt) : 187 Games
2) Claudio Suarez (Mexico) : 177 Games
3) Mohhammed Al-Deayea (Saudi Arabia) : 176 Games




Individual Goalkeeping Record
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All-Time Most Clean Sheets Goalkeeper (International)

1) Edwin Van Der Sar (71 Clean Sheets)
2) Iker Casillas (70 Clean Sheets)
3) Mohammed Al-Deayea (69 Clean Sheets)
4) Peter Shilton (66 Clean Sheets)




All-Time Longest Streak Without Conceding Goal (Domestic League)

1)   Mazaropi (Vasco, 1977 – 1978 Brazilian League) : 1,816 Minutes
2)   Dany Verlinden (Club Brugge, 1990) : 1,390 Minutes
3)   Edwin Van Der Sar (Man Utd, 2009 Premier League) : 1,311 Minutes
4)   Abel Resino (Atletico Madrid, 1990 – 1991 La Liga) : 1,275 Minutes
5)   Gaeten Huard (Bordeux, 1992 – 1993 French Ligue) : 1,266 Minutes
6)  Fraser Forster (Celtic, 2013 - 2014, Scottish League) :1,256 Minutes
7)   Quagliano Zetti (Palmeiras, 1987 Brazilian League) : 1,242 Minutes
8)   Marios Praxitelovs (Omonia Nicosia, 1981 – 1982 Cypriot League) : 1,221 Minutes
9)   Victor Baia (FC Porto, 1991 Portuguese Liga) : 1,191 Minutes
10)   Dimitar Ivankov (Levski Sofia, 1998 – 1999 Bulgarian League) : 1,190 Minutes



All-Time Longest Streak Without Conceding Goal (International)

1)  Dino Zoff (Italy, 1972 – 1974) : 1,142 Minutes




Team Result Record
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All-Time Most Consecutive Wins (International)


Germany (2010 - 2012 without Friendly Games) and Spain (2008 - 2009) :15 Games

All-Time Most Consecutive Unbeaten (International) 

Brazil  (1993 - 1997) : 45 Games

All-Time Most Consecutive Wins (Domestic League) 

1) Nacional, Uruguay (1940 -1942) : 32 Games
2) Ferencvaros, Hungary (1931 - 1932) : 32 Games
3) Al-Faisaly, Jordan (2001 - 2003) : 32 Games 
4) Benfica, Portugal (1971 - 1973) : 29 Games
5) Dinamo Zagreb, Croatia (2006 - 2008) : 28 Games 

*Amateur Record : Sparta Prague (1919 - 1923) : 60 games

All-Time Most Consecutive Unbeaten (Domestic League) 

1) ASEC Mimosas, Ivory Coast (1989 - 1994) : 108 Games
2) Steua Bucharest, Romania (1986 - 1989) : 106 Games
3) Esperence, Tunisia (1997 - 2001) : 85 Games 


All-Time Most Consecutive Unbeaten (Domestic Club) 

1) Steua Bucharest, Romania (1986 - 1989) : 119 Games

All-Time Most Consecutive Unbeaten (Int. Club)
1) Manchester United, England (2007 - 2009) : 25 Games



All-Time Most Unbeaten Seasons (Domestic Seasons)

1) Penarol (Uruguay) : 7 Times
2) Al-Ahly (Egypt) : 6 Times




Team Goalscoring Record
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All-Time Highest Goals in A Single Season (Overall)

1) Glasgow Celtic (1966 - 1967) : 196 Goals
2) Barcelona (2011 - 2012) : 190 Goals

All-Time Highest Goals Ratio in A Single Season (Domestic League)

1) Rapid Vienna : 133 goals in 24 games (1950 - 1951)
2) Slavia Prague : 112 goals in 22 games (1925 - 1926)
3) Ferencvaros : 105 goals in 22 games (1931 - 1932)

*Amateur Record : MTK Hungary : 147 goals in 22 games (1917 - 1918)


All-Time Highest Goal Differences Ratio in A Single Season (Domestic League)

1) Ferencvaros : 87 diffs in 22 games (1931 - 1932) 
    Slavia Prague : 87 diffs in 22 games (1925 - 1926)
3) Rapid Vienna : 93 diffs in 24 games (1950 - 1951)

*Amateur Record : MTK Hungary : 137 diffs in 22 games (1917 - 1918)



All-Time Lowest Goal Conceding Ratio in A Single Season (Domestic League)

1) FC Porto : 9 goals in 30 games (1979 - 1980, 1983 - 1984)
3) Dinamo Kiev : 11 goals in 36 games (1967)
4) CSKA Sofia : 7 goals in 22 games (1951)

*Amateur Record : Nacional : 3 goals in 18 games (1920)


All-Time Highest Clean Sheet Ratio in A Single Season (Domestic League)

1) Dinamo Kiev : 0.77 : 28 Clean Sheets/36 Games (1967)
2. FC Porto : 0.73 : 20 Clean Sheets in 30 games (1979 - 1980, 1983 - 1984)
3) Deportivo La Coruna : 0.68 : 26 Clean Sheets in 38 games (1993 - 1994)



Team Trophy Record
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All-Time Most Domestic League Champions

1) Glasgow Rangers (Scotland) : 54 Times
2) Penarol (Uruguay) : 49 Times
3) Glasgow Celtic (Scotland) : 45 Times
4) Nacional (Uruguay) : 44 Times
5) Olympiacos (Greece) : 41 Times


All-Time Most Domestic Cup Champions

1) Glasgow Celtic (Scotland) : 36 Times
2) Al-Ahly (Uruguay) : 35 Times
3) Glasgow Rangers (Scotland) : 33 Times


All-Time Most Domestic Double Champions

1) Glasgow Rangers (Scotland) : 18 Times
2) Olympiacos (Greece) : 16 Times
3) Glasgow Celtic (Scotland) : 15 Times
3) Al-Muharraq (Bahrain) : 15 Times
4) Levski Sofia (Bulgaria) : 13 Times
5) Al-Ahly (Egypt) : 13 Times


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Miscellaneous Record
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All professional players, teams and competition are included.

All-Time Fastest Goal (Overall)

Ricardo Oliveira : 2.8 secs (Rio Negro BS Soriano in 1998) 


All-Time Biggest Marginal Win (Club)

1) Arbroath 36-0 Bon Accord (1885 Scottish Cup) 


All-Time Biggest Marginal Win (International)

World Record : Australia 31 American Samoa 0 (2001)
Intercontinental Record : Libya 22 Oman 0 (1966)
European Record : Germany 16 Russia 1 (1912)
South American Record : Brazil 14 Nicaragua (1975)
African Record : Guinea 14 Mauritenia 0 (1972)  
Asian Record : North Korea 21 Guam 0 (2005)

CONCACAF record : Dominican Republic 17 British Virgin Island 0 (2010)

All-Time Longest Penalty Shootout (Overall)

1) KK Palace 17-16 The Civics with 48 penalty takers in the 2005 Namibian Cup Final



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