Super League Top scorers - Switzerland 2011/2012

The winning top scorer in Super League/Swiss Super League (Credit Suisse Super League), Switzerland during the season 2011/2012 was Alexander Frei with 24 goals scored.

Swiss Super League best goal scorers 2011/2012

Season:
# Player Team Age Nationality Goals
1. Alexander Frei Basel 32 Switzerland 24
2. Marco Streller Basel 30 Switzerland 13
3. Emmanuel Mayuka Young Boys 21 Zambia 9
  Matias Vitkieviez Young Boys/​Servette 27 Switzerland 9
  Vilmos Vanczák Sion 28 Hungary 9
  Xherdan Shaqiri Basel 20 Switzerland 9
7. Christian Schneuwly Thun 24 Switzerland 8
  Goran Karanovic Servette 24 Switzerland 8
  Ishmael Yartey Servette 22 Ghana 8
  Matt Moussilou Lausanne 29 Congo 8
  Steven Zuber Grasshoppers 20 Switzerland 8
12. Jacques Zoua Basel 20 Cameroon 7
  Jocelyn Roux Lausanne 25 Switzerland 7
  Marco Schneuwly Thun 27 Switzerland 7
  Marcos de Azevedo Servette 30 Brazil 7
  Nelson Ferreira Luzern 29 Switzerland 7
  Raúl Bobadilla Young Boys 24 Argentina 7
18. Adrian Nikci Zürich 22 Switzerland 6
  Kalu Uche Neuchâtel Xamax 29 Nigeria 6
  Moreno Costanzo Young Boys 24 Switzerland 6
  Stephan Andrist Basel 24 Switzerland 6
The age of the players is when the season ended at 23 May 2012

The season start for Super League 2011/2012 was 16 July 2011, the finishing round was being played 23 May 2012. More information and the winning top scorers in Super League between the seasons 1999/2000-2021/2022 here.

Scored hat-tricks in Super League, season 2011/2012

In total there were 4 scored hat-tricks during the season 2011/2012 in Super League, Switzerland. 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
Josip Drmic
Zürich
Thun - Zürich 2-4
Wed 23 may 2012
3
67', 81', 90'
Alexander Frei
Basel
Basel - Servette 5-0
Sat 24 march 2012
3
53', 86', 90'
Alexander Frei
Basel
Basel - Lausanne 6-0
Wed 21 september 2011
3
14', 27', 73'
Innocent Emeghara
Grasshoppers
Servette - Grasshoppers 3-4
Sat 20 august 2011
3
29', 52', 73'