Germany
Bundesliga Top scorers - Germany 2016/2017

The winning top scorer in Bundesliga, Germany during the season 2016/2017 was Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang with 31 goals scored. Below you find the list of the highest goal scorers during the season.

This league has a break between two seasons right now. The next season is planned to start on 23 August 2024.

Bundesliga best goal scorers 2016/2017

Season:
# Player Team Nationality Age % team's goals Goals
1. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang Borussia Dortmund
Gabon
Gabon
27 43.1%
31
2. Robert Lewandowski Bayern München
Poland
Poland
28 33.7%
30
3. Anthony Modeste Köln
France
France
29 49.0%
25
4. Timo Werner RB Leipzig
Germany
Germany
21 31.8%
21
5. Mario Gomez Wolfsburg
Germany
Germany
31 47.1%
16
6. Andrej Kramaric Hoffenheim
Croatia
Croatia
25 23.4%
15
  Max Kruse Werder Bremen
Germany
Germany
- 24.6%
15
8. Arjen Robben Bayern München
Netherlands
Netherlands
33 14.6%
13
9. Vedad Ibisevic Hertha Berlin
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Bosnia and Herzegovina
32 27.9%
12
10. Florian Niederlechner Freiburg
Germany
Germany
26 26.2%
11
  Javier Hernandez Bayer Leverkusen
Mexico
Mexico
28 20.8%
11
  Lars Stindl Borussia Mönchengladbach
Germany
Germany
28 24.4%
11
  Sandro Wagner Hoffenheim
Germany
Germany
29 17.2%
11
  Serge Gnabry Werder Bremen
Germany
Germany
21 18.0%
11
15. Nils Petersen Freiburg
Germany
Germany
28 23.8%
10
16. Guido Burgstaller Schalke 04
Austria
Austria
28 20.0%
9
  Maximilian Philipp Freiburg
Germany
Germany
23 21.4%
9
18. Ádám Szalai Hoffenheim
Hungary
Hungary
29 12.5%
8
  Emil Forsberg RB Leipzig
Sweden
Sweden
25 12.1%
8
  Fin Bartels Werder Bremen
Germany
Germany
30 13.1%
8
  Marcel Sabitzer RB Leipzig
Austria
Austria
23 12.1%
8
  Naby Keïta RB Leipzig
Guinea
Guinea
22 12.1%
8
The age of the players is when the season ended at 20 May 2017

26 August 2016 was the starting date for the Bundesliga season 2016/2017, and the final games were played 20 May 2017. More information and the winning top scorers in Bundesliga between the seasons 1989/1990-2023/2024 here.

Scored hat-tricks in Bundesliga, season 2016/2017

In total there were 13 scored hat-tricks during the season 2016/2017 in Bundesliga, Germany. All players scoring these hat-tricks (or more than 3 goals), and the matches they scored it in, are listed here.

Player, Team Match Goals
Germany
Max Kruse
Werder Bremen
Ingolstadt - Werder Bremen 2-4
Sat 22 april 2017
4
45', 81', 87', 90'
Germany
Mario Gomez
Wolfsburg
Bayer Leverkusen - Wolfsburg 3-3
Sun 2 april 2017
3
80', 83', 87'
Poland
Robert Lewandowski
Bayern München
Bayern München - Augsburg 6-0
Sat 1 april 2017
3
17', 55', 79'
Denmark
Thomas Delaney
Werder Bremen
Freiburg - Werder Bremen 2-5
Sat 1 april 2017
3
45', 47', 86'
France
Anthony Modeste
Köln
Köln - Hertha Berlin 4-2
Sat 18 march 2017
3
35', 37', 63'
Poland
Robert Lewandowski
Bayern München
Bayern München - Hamburg 8-0
Sat 25 february 2017
3
24', 42', 54'
Germany
Danny Latza
Mainz
Mainz - Hamburg 3-1
Sat 17 december 2016
3
35', 56', 67'
Gabon
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang
Borussia Dortmund
Hamburg - Borussia Dortmund 2-5
Sat 5 november 2016
4
4', 23', 27', 48'
Ivory Coast
Salomon Kalou
Hertha Berlin
Hertha Berlin - Borussia Mönchengladbach 3-0
Fri 4 november 2016
3
18', 33', 84'
France
Anthony Modeste
Köln
Köln - Hamburg 3-0
Sun 30 october 2016
3
61', 82', 86'
Mexico
Javier Hernandez
Bayer Leverkusen
Mainz - Bayer Leverkusen 2-3
Sat 24 september 2016
3
32', 66', 90'
Finland
Joel Pohjanpalo
Bayer Leverkusen
Bayer Leverkusen - Hamburg 3-1
Sat 10 september 2016
3
79', 90', 90'
Poland
Robert Lewandowski
Bayern München
Bayern München - Werder Bremen 6-0
Fri 26 august 2016
3
13', 46', 77'

League table Bundesliga 2016/2017

# Team Matches WinsW DrawsD LossesL Goals Points
1. Bayern München 34 25 7 2 89-22 82
2. RB Leipzig 34 20 7 7 66-39 67
3. Borussia Dortmund 34 18 10 6 72-40 64
4. Hoffenheim 34 16 14 4 64-37 62
5. Köln 34 12 13 9 51-42 49
6. Hertha Berlin 34 15 4 15 43-47 49
7. Freiburg 34 14 6 14 42-60 48
8. Werder Bremen 34 13 6 15 61-64 45
9. Borussia Mönchengladbach 34 12 9 13 45-49 45
10. Schalke 04 34 11 10 13 45-40 43
11. Eintracht Frankfurt 34 11 9 14 36-43 42
12. Bayer Leverkusen 34 11 8 15 53-55 41
13. Augsburg 34 9 11 14 35-51 38
14. Hamburg 34 10 8 16 33-61 38
15. Mainz 34 10 7 17 44-55 37
16. Wolfsburg 34 10 7 17 34-52 37
17. Ingolstadt 34 8 8 18 36-57 32
18. Darmstadt 34 7 4 23 28-63 25