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Zarra Trophy

The Zarra Trophy is a trophy awarded annually by the Spanish sports daily MARCA to the Spanish domestic player with the highest goal total in La Liga. It is named after the former Athletic Bilbao striker Telmo Zarra.

It was awarded for the first time in 2006 to David Villa of Valencia.

Contents

  • Winners 1
    • Primera División 1.1
    • Segunda División 1.2
  • Before the Trophy 2
    • Primera División 2.1
  • See also 3

Winners

Primera División

Players in bold won the Pichichi Trophy in the same season.

Season Player Region Club Goals
2005–06 David Villa  Asturias Valencia 25
2006–07 David Villa  Asturias Valencia 16
2007–08 Dani Güiza  Andalusia Mallorca 27
2008–09 David Villa  Asturias Valencia 28
2009–10 David Villa  Asturias Valencia 21
2010–11 Álvaro Negredo  Madrid Sevilla 20
2011–12 Roberto Soldado  Valencia Valencia 18
2012–13 Álvaro Negredo  Madrid Sevilla 25
2013-14 Diego Costa  Brazil (naturalised) Atlético 27
2014-15 Aritz Aduriz  Basque Country Athletic 18

Segunda División

Season Player Region Club Goals
2005–06 Roberto Soldado  Valencia Castilla 19
Luque  Andalusia Ciudad de Murcia
2006–07 Marcos Márquez  Andalusia Las Palmas 21
2007–08 Yordi  Andalusia Xerez 20
2008–09 Nino  Andalusia Tenerife 28
2009–10 Jorge Molina  Valencia Elche 26
2010–11 Jonathan Soriano  Catalonia Barcelona B 32
2011–12 Iago Aspas  Galicia Celta Vigo 23
2012–13 Jese Rodriguez  Canary Islands Castilla 22
2013–14 Borja Viguera  La Rioja (Spain) Alavés 25

Before the Trophy

Primera División

Season Player Club Goals
1983–84 Juanito Real Madrid 17
1984–85 Michel Pineda Espanyol 14
1985–86 Juan Antonio Real Zaragoza 15
1986–87 Enrique Magdaleno Mallorca 19
1987–88 José Mari Bakero Real Sociedad 17
1988–89 Julio Salinas Barcelona 15
1989–90 Julio Salinas Barcelona 15
1990–91 Emilio Butragueño Real Madrid 19
1991–92 Manolo Atlético Madrid 27
1992–93 José Ángel Ziganda Athletic Bilbao 17
1993–94 Carlos Muñoz Real Oviedo 20
1994–95 Ángel Cuéllar Real Betis 14
1995–96 Raúl Real Madrid 19
1996–97 Alfonso Real Betis 25
1997–98 Luis Enrique Barcelona 18
1998–99 Raúl Real Madrid 25
1999–00 Salva Racing de Santander 27
2000–01 Raúl Real Madrid 24
2001–02 Diego Tristán Deportivo La Coruña 21
2002–03 Raúl Real Madrid 16
2003–04 Mista Valencia 19
Fernando Torres Atlético Madrid
2004–05 Fernando Torres Atlético Madrid 16
  1. ^ In bold, players who also won the Pichichi that same season.

See also

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