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All-time UEFA Youth League records

Which players have the most appearances and goals? Which club have dominated? Find out here.

Chelsea forward Charlie Brown, top scorer in 2018/19
Chelsea forward Charlie Brown, top scorer in 2018/19 ©Sportsfile

PLAYER STATS

All-time UEFA Youth League goalscorers
15: Charlie Brown (Chelsea), Borja Mayoral (Real Madrid), Roberto Núñez (Atletico Madrid)
13: Curtis Jones (Liverpool), Aaron Leya Iseka (Anderlecht), Timur Zhamaletdinov (CSKA Moskva)
12: Tammy Abraham (Chelsea), Jean-Kévin Augustin (Paris Saint-Germain), Jordi Mboula (Barcelona, Monaco), Dominic Solanke (Chelsea)
11: Dani Gómez (Real Madrid), Munir El Haddadi (Barcelona), José Gomes (Benfica), Diogo Gonçalves (Benfica), Kaj Sierhuis (Ajax)
10: Gianluca Gaetano (Napoli), Mads Hansen (Midtjylland), Ivan Ignatev (Krasnodar), Carles Pérez (Barcelona), Gonçalo Ramos (Benfica)

All-time UEFA Youth League appearances
28: Pedro Álvaro (Benfica)
27: Diogo Costa (Porto)
25: Timothy Eyoma (Tottenham Hotspur), Óscar Rodríguez (Real Madrid)
24: Carles Pérez (Barcelona)
23: Miguel Baeza (Real Madrid), Samy Bourard (Anderlecht), Alberto Fernández (Real Madrid), Mykola Matviyenko (Shakhtar Donetsk), Yakou Meïté (Paris Saint-Germain), Diogo Queirós (Porto)
22: João Cardoso (Porto), Moreto Cassamá (Porto), Paulo Estrela (Porto), Alec Georgen (Paris Saint-Germain), Álex Martín (Real Madrid), Fodé Toure (Paris Saint-Germain)
21: Andriy Boryachuk (Shakhtar Donetsk), Victor Chust (Real Madrid), Bruno Costa (Porto), Felix Eboa Eboa (Paris Saint-Germain), Florentino Luís (Benfica), Salomón Obama (Atlético Madrid), Timur Zhamaletdinov (CSKA Moskva)
20:
Temitayo Aina (Chelsea), Jean-Kévin Augustin (Paris Saint-Germain), Cristian Cedrés (Real Madrid), Álex Collado (Barcelona), Aleix Febas (Real Madrid), Riccardo Marchizza (Roma), Calvin Miller (Celtic), Hildeberto Pereira (Benfica)

Joint all-time top scorer Roberto Nuñez
Joint all-time top scorer Roberto Nuñez©Getty Images

Top scorer by season
2021/22: Mads Hansen (Midtjylland), Aral Simsir (Midtjylland) 7
2020/21
: season cancelled

2019/20:
Roberto Piccoli (Atalanta), Gonçalo Ramos (Benfica) 8
2018/19:
Charlie Brown (Chelsea) 12
2017/18:
Ivan Ignatev (Krasnodar) 10
2016/17:
Jordi Mboula (Barcelona), Kaj Sierhuis (Ajax) 8
2015/16:
Roberto Nuñez (Atlético) 9
2014/15: Dominic Solanke (Chelsea) 12
2013/14: Munir El Haddadi (Barcelona) 11

Most goals by a player in a game
5: Bilal Mazhar (Panathinaikos 8-0 Slavia Sofia, 2022/23). Ivan Ignatev (Krasnodar 9-0 Kairat Almaty, 2017/18), Mergim Berisha (Salzburg 8-1 Kairat Almaty, 2016/17), Fatih Aktay (Altınordu 6-2 Sparta Praha, 2016/17)

Most goals in a single group stage
9: Roberto Núñez (Atlético, 2015/16)

Scored in all six group games in a season
2022/23: Adrian Niño (Atlético)

TEAM STATS

Biggest home win
10-0:
Real Madrid v APOEL
13/09/17, group stage

Biggest away win
1-12: Levadia Tallinn v ÍA Akranes
23/10/19, domestic champions path first round second leg

Highest-scoring draw
5-5: Malmö v Shakhtar Donetsk
21/10/15, group stage

Games played
76: Benfica
75:
Real Madrid
71: Atlético
71: Barcelona
66: Chelsea
66: Paris Saint-Germain
64: Porto
63: Manchester City
60: Juventus
59: Ajax

Games won
50
: Real Madrid
44: Benfica
43: Atlético
42: Barcelona
41: Chelsea
36: Porto
34: Ajax
33: Paris Saint-Germain
31: Manchester City
28: Salzburg

Goals scored
200:
Real Madrid
184: Benfica
175:
Chelsea
146: Atlético
145: Barcelona
141: Paris Saint-Germain
136: Manchester City
135: Ajax
119:
Porto
115: Salzburg

Involved in the first nine editions
Ajax, Atlético**, Barcelona, Bayern München, Benfica, Juventus, Manchester City, Paris Saint-Germain, Porto, Real Madrid*

*Always reached at least the round of 16
**Always reached at least the play-offs

Attendances
32,510: Krasnodar vs Real Madrid, 2017/18 play-offs
20,115: Deportivo La Coruña vs Dynamo Kyiv, 2021/22 play-offs
19,300: Borussia Dortmund vs Atlético, 2021/22 quarter-finals
17,000: Astana vs Benfica, 2015/16 group stage
13,162: Anderlecht vs Porto, 2014/15 quarter-finals
12,871: Anderlecht vs Barcelona, 2014/15 round of 16
12,189: Deportivo La Coruña vs Maccabi Haifa, 2021/22 domestic champions path second round

Finals
2022: Salzburg 0-6 Benfica
2021
: season cancelled
2020:
Benfica 2-3 Real Madrid
2019: Porto
3-1 Chelsea
2018:
 Chelsea 0-3 Barcelona
2017:
Benfica 1-2 Salzburg
2016: Paris Saint-Germain 1-2 Chelsea
2015: Shakhtar Donetsk 2-3 Chelsea
2014: Benfica 0-3 Barcelona

Last updated: 02/11/2022