Who Has The Most Career Goals In Soccer?
Soccer is one of the most popular sports in the world and players have scored some pretty impressive goals over the years. But which soccer player has scored the most career goals?
Josef Bican holds the record for most career goals scored. The Czech-Austrian footballer scored an incredible 805 goals in 530 official matches. This is an average of 1.51 goals per game and was achieved over the course of 25 years of playing both professional and club soccer. He also played for the national team, scoring 23 goals in 24 appearances.
Ferenc Puskas is another great soccer player who has earned a place in the record books. The Hungarian footballer scored an impressive 746 goals in 754 matches during his years of professional soccer. He is credited with scoring five international hat-tricks, a record that stands to this day.
Pele is one of the most famous soccer players ever, and he not only holds the record for most career goals in all competitions with 1239 but also many other impressive records. He was part of the 1958, 1962 and 1970 World Cup winning teams and scored 643 goals in 656 professional matches.
Romario holds the record for most career goals in a single season, scoring sixty-two goals for his club, Barcelona, in 1993-94. He also scored 352 goals in 515 appearances for all of his clubs combined, making him one of the all-time leading scorers.
No list of top soccer goal scorers would be complete without mentioning Lionel Messi. During his time with Barcelona, he has scored an amazing 602 goals in 686 matches. He also broke the record for most goals in a single La Liga season in 2011-12 with 50 goals in 37 games.
To conclude, over the course of soccer history, there have been many great players who have scored an impressive number of goals, but the title of the most career goals goes to Josef Bican. He set a record that is still going strong today, and his achievement will remain an inspiration for all aspiring soccer players.