EFL Championship Top scorers - England 2012/2013

The winning top scorer in EFL Championship (Sky Bet Championship), England during the season 2012/2013 was Glenn Murray with 30 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 10 August 2024.

Sky Bet Championship best goal scorers 2012/2013

Season:
# Player Team Age Nationality % team's goals Goals
1. Glenn Murray Crystal Palace 29 England 41.1%
30
2. Jordan Rhodes Blackburn/​Huddersfield 23 Scotland -
29
3. Charlie Austin Burnley 23 England 38.7%
24
4. Matej Vydra Watford 21 Czech Republic 25.9%
22
5. Chris Wood Millwall/​Leicester 21 New Zealand -
20
  Troy Deeney Watford 24 England 23.5%
20
7. Tom Ince Blackpool 21 England 29.0%
18
8. David Nugent Leicester/​Portsmouth 28 England -
16
9. Luciano Becchio Leeds 29 Argentina 26.3%
15
10. James Vaughan Huddersfield 24 England 26.4%
14
  Sylvan Ebanks-Blake Wolverhampton 27 England 25.5%
14
12. Dwight Gayle Peterborough 23 England 19.7%
13
  Marlon King Coventry/​Birmingham 33 Jamaica -
13
  Steve Davies Bristol City 25 England 22.0%
13
15. Almen Abdi Watford - Switzerland 14.1%
12
  Chris Eagles Bolton 27 England 17.4%
12
  Craig Davies Bolton/​Barnsley 27 Wales -
12
  Jamie Ward Derby - Northern Ireland 18.5%
12
  Johnnie Jackson Charlton 30 England 18.5%
12
  Scott McDonald Middlesbrough 29 Australia 19.7%
12
  Yann Kermorgant Charlton 31 France 18.5%
12
The age of the players is when the season ended at 27 May 2013

The EFL Championship season of 2012/2013 lasted between the dates 17 August 2012 and 27 May 2013. More information and the winning top scorers in EFL Championship between the seasons 1999/2000-2023/2024 here.

Scored hat-tricks in EFL Championship, season 2012/2013

In total there were 15 scored hat-tricks during the season 2012/2013 in EFL Championship, England. 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
James Vaughan
Huddersfield
Bristol City - Huddersfield 1-3
Sat 27 april 2013
3
2', 13', 64'
Kevin Phillips
Crystal Palace
Crystal Palace - Hull 4-2
Tue 5 march 2013
3
45', 52', 53'
Leonardo Ulloa
Brighton
Brighton - Huddersfield 4-1
Sat 2 march 2013
3
20', 76', 78'
Dwight Gayle
Peterborough
Blackburn - Peterborough 2-3
Sat 2 march 2013
3
11', 14', 27'
Radoslaw Majewski
Nottingham Forest
Nottingham Forest - Huddersfield 6-1
Tue 19 february 2013
3
21', 37', 43'
Chris Wood
Leicester
Bristol City - Leicester 0-4
Sat 12 january 2013
3
11', 18', 41'
Jordan Rhodes
Blackburn
Peterborough - Blackburn 1-4
Sat 17 november 2012
3
20', 39', 79'
Glenn Murray
Crystal Palace
Crystal Palace - Ipswich 5-0
Tue 6 november 2012
3
49', 55', 63'
Marlon King
Birmingham
Millwall - Birmingham 3-3
Tue 23 october 2012
3
45', 49', 63'
Charlie Austin
Burnley
Burnley - Sheffield Wednesday 3-3
Tue 2 october 2012
3
22', 38', 84'
Emile Sinclair
Peterborough
Hull - Peterborough 1-3
Sat 29 september 2012
3
24', 29', 73'
David Nugent
Leicester
Leicester - Hull 3-1
Sun 23 september 2012
3
7', 42', 90'
Craig Davies
Barnsley
Birmingham - Barnsley 0-5
Sat 22 september 2012
4
54', 60', 65', 73'
Glenn Murray
Crystal Palace
Crystal Palace - Cardiff 3-2
Sat 22 september 2012
3
52', 62', 72'
Peter Whittingham
Cardiff
Cardiff - Wolverhampton 3-1
Sun 2 september 2012
3
11', 14', 65'

League table EFL Championship 2012/2013

# Team Matches WinsW DrawsD LossesL Goals Points
1. Cardiff 46 25 12 9 72-45 87
2. Hull 46 24 7 15 61-52 79
3. Watford 46 23 8 15 85-58 77
4. Brighton 46 19 18 9 69-43 75
5. Crystal Palace 46 19 15 12 73-62 72
6. Leicester 46 19 11 16 71-48 68
7. Bolton 46 18 14 14 69-61 68
8. Nottingham Forest 46 17 16 13 63-59 67
9. Charlton 46 17 14 15 65-59 65
10. Derby 46 16 13 17 65-62 61
11. Burnley 46 16 13 17 62-60 61
12. Birmingham 46 15 16 15 63-69 61
13. Leeds 46 17 10 19 57-66 61
14. Ipswich 46 16 12 18 48-61 60
15. Blackpool 46 14 17 15 62-63 59
16. Middlesbrough 46 18 5 23 61-70 59
17. Blackburn 46 14 16 16 55-62 58
18. Sheffield Wednesday 46 16 10 20 53-61 58
19. Huddersfield 46 15 13 18 53-73 58
20. Millwall 46 15 11 20 51-62 56
21. Barnsley 46 14 13 19 56-70 55
22. Peterborough 46 15 9 22 66-75 54
23. Wolverhampton 46 14 9 23 55-69 51
24. Bristol City 46 11 8 27 59-84 41