Soviet Union - All-Time Topscorers

Top Level in Soviet Union 1936-1991

 1. Blochin, Oleg		1952		1969-1987		211 (432)
 2. Ponomarjov, Alexander	1918		1938-1952		152 (249)
 3. Simonjan, Nikita		1926		1946-1959		144 (267)
 4. Solovjov, Sergej		1915		1939-1952		143 (226)
 5. Fedotov, Grigorij		1916		1937-1949		132 (169)
 6. Markarov, Eduard		1942		1961-1975		129 (370)
 7. Gogoberidze, Avtandil	1922		1945-1961		128 (341)
 8. Protasov, Oleg		1964		1982-1990		125 (218)
 9. Ivanov, Valentin		1934		1953-1966		124 (287)
10. Shengelia, Ramaz		1957		1977-1988		120 (283)
11. Kopajev, Oleg		1937		1958-1968		119 (259)
    Rodionov, Sergej		1962		1979-1990		119 (279)
13. Kalojev, Zaur		1931		1950-1964		116 (250)
14. Husainov, Galimzjan		1937		1957-1973		115 (410)
15. Beskov, Konstantin		1920		1939-1954		106 (238)
    Voroshilov, Viktor		1926		1949-1962		106 (330)
    Pajchadze, Boris		1915		1936-1951		106 (191)
18. Jakubik, Andrej		1950		1968-1984		105 (301)
19. Krasnitskij, Gennadij	1940    	1960-1970		102 (245)
20. Kazakov, Boris		1940		1960-1971		101 (252)
    Salnikov, Sergej		1925		1945-1960		101 (334)
22. Malofeev, Eduard		1942		1961-1974		100 (254)
    Streltsov, Eduard		1937		1954-1970		100 (222)

Second Level in Soviet Union 1936-1991

 1. Razdajev, Vitalij		1946		1966-1988		250 (628)
 2. Tursunov, Valerij		1954		1974-1988		173 (542)
 3. Epishin, Gennadij		1938		1960-1970		123
 4. Manasjan, Vazgen		1958		1980-1988		120 (376)
 5. Pimushin, Viktor		1955		1981-1990		119 (319)
 6. Sharipov, Ravil		1951		1979-1985		118 (269)
    Kajshauri, Georgij		1945		1965-1977		118 (396)
 8. Mikuchadze, Vladimir	1931		1953-1962		114
 9. Naumenko, Vladimir		1956		1979-1988		113 (252)
10. Starkov, Alexander		1955		1976-1989		110 (301) [1]
11. Ploshnik, Alexander		1955		1976-1991		108 (260)
12. Abramjan, Oganes		1932		1955-1961		106
13. Moskalenko, Vasilij		1938		1957-1964		104
14. Milevskij, Evgenij		1961		1982-1988		102 (259)
15. Koljadjuk, Georgij		1957		1977-1987		101 (323)
16. Novikov, Anatolij		1945		1967-1977		100 (350) 
    Andreev, Sergej		1956		1978-1988		100 (194) [2]

[1] coach of Latvia 2004
[2] often in Soviet national team

Third Level in Soviet Union 1936-1991

 1. Markarov, Aleksander	1950		1968-1983		234
 2. Sarkisjan, Juri		1947		1969-1982		217
 3. Novikov, Vjacheslav		1952		1974-1991		211
 4. Ivanov, Alexander		1953		1969-1991		208
 5. Zujkov, Juri		1949		1972-1987		203
 6. Ageev, Pjotr		1959		1977-1991		202
 7. Bondarev, Juri		1950		1969-1985		194
 8. Shishkov, Vladimir		1956		1974-1991		189
 9. Ichevskij, Gennadij		1956		1979-1991		188
10. Shevchenko, Sergej		1957		1973-1989		187
11. Igamberdyjev, Nikolaj	1953		1975-1986		186
12. Javorskij, Igor		1959		1981-1991		179

Top-Three Level in Soviet Union 1936-1991
						  1	  2	  3	  4
 1. Razdajev, Vitalij		1946 1964-1990*	  8	250	103	361 (841)*
 2. Markarov, Alexander 	1950 1969-1983	  -	  -	234	234
 3. Naumenko, Vladimir  	1956 1977-1989	  7	113	112	232
 4. Smirnov, Gennadij		1955 1975-1991	  1	 71	154	226
 5. Martjan, Georgij		1948 1966-1983	  4	 65	153	222
 6. Ivanov, Alexander		1953 1969-1991	  3	 11	208	222
 7. Sarkisjan, Juri		1947 1969-1982	  -    -	217	217
 8. Novikov, Vjacheslav 	1952 1974-1991	  3	  2	211	216
 9. Proskurin, Vladimir 	1945 1963-1978	 26	 62	127	215
10. Blochin, Oleg		1952 1969-1987	211	  -	  -	211
11. Ageev, Pjotr		1959 1977-1991	  -	  5	202	207
12. Zujkov, Juri		1949 1972-1987	  -	  -	203	203
13. Megreladze, Merab		1956 1977-1989	 37	 78	 86	201
14. Sharipov, Ravil		1951 1973-1985	  -	118	 82	200
15. Shishkov, Vladimir  	1956 1974-1991	  -	 12	188	200

1  Top Level
2  2nd Level
3  3rd Level
4  Overall
* - the 841 matches and 27 seasons of Vitalij Razdajev (Kuzbass Kemerovo) are
    records for the Soviet championships.  Razdaev played at the top level 
    1967-1968 for CSKA (33 matches, 8 goals) and played the 1967 Soviet Cup final.

All Divisions in Soviet Union 1936-1991 and Successor States

NB: includes 4th level of Soviet Union 1936-1991 and the championships of the
    successor states after 1992 (Georgia after 1990)

 1. Razdaev, Vitalij	 Russia  	1946	1964-1990	361
 2. Megreladze, Merab	 Georgia	1956	1977-1999	346
 3. Alijev, Nazim	 Azerbaijan	1963	1984-2000	286
 4. Gorgiladze, Avtandil Georgia	1955	1974-1994	248
 5. Markarov, Alexander	 Russia 	1950	1968-1992	245
 6. Ivanov, Alexander	 Russia 	1953	1969-1991	234
 7. Ageev, Pjotr	 Uzbekistan     1959	1977-1994	233
 8. Naumenko, Vladimir	 Ukraine 	1956	1977-1989	232
 9. Galimov, Nail	 Tajikistan [1] 1966	1984-2002	231
10. Smirnov, Gennadij	 Russland	1955	1975-1992	230
11. Sharij, Ivan	 Ukraine	1957	1974-1999	227

[1] and Russia

All Official Tournaments 1936-2004

Includes:
- national championships (all divisions) and cups, including matches and goals
  for clubs from other European or Asian countries;
- national teams and youth representations;
- tournaments for reserve teams;
- European Cups;
- other official tournaments.

 1. Razdajev, Vitalij	1946	Russ	1964-1990		387
 2. Megreladze, Merab	1956    Geor	1977-1999		383
 3. Blochin, Oleg	1952	Ukr	1969-1990		363
 4. Arveladze, Shota	1973	Geor	1990-2004		322 [*]
 5. Alijev, Nazim	1963	Azer	1984-2000		316 [*]
 6. Protasov, Oleg	1964	Ukr	1981-1999		296 [*]
 7. Shkvyrin, Igor	1963	Uzb	1980-2001		291 [*]
 8. Andreev, Sergej	1956    Russ	1974-1995		291
 9. Sharij, Ivan	1957	Ukr	1874-1999		290
10. Shevchenko, Andrey	1976	Ukr	1993-2004		275
11. Proskurin, Vladimir	1945	Russ	1963-1978		269
12. Veretennikov, Oleg	1970	Russ	1986-2003		260

[*] statistics for these players are incomplete.


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