Below you can find the all time scorers ranking of SEGL – Champions League. There are total 178 scorers in the league’s history and five of them are female athletes and the rest 173 are male athletes.

Position – Name – Team / Teams – Total

1 – Erkki Miinala – Old Power / Näpäjä – 448

2 – Nerijus Montvydas – Saltinis / Old Power – 425

3 – Fatmir Seremeti – FIFH Malmo – 340

4 – Justas Pazarauskas – Saltinis / Sporting CP – 254

5 – Petri Posio – Näpäjä / Finland / Aisti Sport – 209

6 – Reno Tiede – RGC Hansa / Germany – 203

7 – Jarno Mattila – Näpäjä / Old Power / Finland – 193

8 – Ville Montonen – Aisti Sport / Old Power / Näpäjä / Finland – 171

9 – Genrik Pavliukianec – Saltinis / Lions – 163

10 – Mantas Panovas – Saltinis – 151

11 – Marius Zibolis – Saltinis – 144

12 – Leomon Moreno – Sporting CP – 138

13 – Gustav Koch Rasmussen – FIFH Malmo / BSI Copenhagen / Aarhus Goalball – 131

14 – Jan Bosek – Czech Republic / FIFH Malmo / GC Perun – 130

15 – Klison Mapreni – FIFH Malmo / Ha. Vi. 2 Bruxelles – 126

16 – Mindaugas Suchovejus – Saltinis / Sporting CP / Friends / Castelo da Maia / Lions – 125

17 – Ehsan Zoveidavi – Old Power – 120

18 – Mikael Åkerberg – IFAS / FSBU Gotemborg / FIFH Malmo / Lions – 108

19 – Piotr Lawniczak – IFAS – 105

19 – Peter Weichel – FIFH Malmo – 105

21 – Hadiley Sacramento – Sporting CP – 99

22 – Markus Tihumäki – Aisti Sport / Näpäjä / Vancouver Goalball Club – 83

23 – Tomas Jirout – GC Perun – 78

24 – Vasyl Oliinyk – Friends / Invasport Ukraine – 77

25 – Stefan Gahne – FIFH Malmo – 75

26 – Eetu Eronen – Old Power – 74

27 – Rodion Zhyhaulin – Invasport Ukraine – 73

28 – Joao Mota – Sporting CP – 69

29 – Jimmy Björkstrand – FIFH Malmo / IFAS – 67

30 – Jani Vesalainen – Näpäjä / Old Power – 66

31 – Arturas Jonikaitis – Saltinis – 58

32 – Lukas Valer – Czech Republic – 52

33 – Dejan Pirc – Old Power / Ljubljana – 51

34 – Oliver Hörauf – RGC Hansa / PTS Marburg – 49

35 – Miika Honkanen – Aisti Sport / Näpäjä / Old Power / Finland – 46

36 – Magnus Rendahl – IFAS / FSBU Gotemborg – 44

37 – Eduard Pambuhchian – Moscow GT – 39

37 – Felix Rogge – RGC Hansa – 39

39 – Christian Friebel – RGC Hansa / Germany – 38

40 – Marcin Lupzyk – Poland – 36

41 – Konrad Andrzejuk – Podmoskovie / RGC Hansa – 35

41 – Martin Enggaard Pedersen – FIFH Malmo – 35

41 – Anton Strelchyk – Invasport Ukraine – 35

41 – Mikko Viittala – Old Power / Näpäjä / Saltinis – 35

45 – Yevheny Tsyhanenko – Invasport Ukraine – 34

45 – Tom Bohmer – LE Sport Leipzig – 31

45 – Dan Roper – Fen Tigers – 31

47 – Jesus Santana – Spain – 29

48 – Nils Posse – IFAS / FSBU Gotemborg / FIFH Malmo – 27

49 – Marcel Lehmann – RGC Hansa / Germany – 26

49 – Olof Ryberg – IFAS / FSBU Gotemborg / Lions – 26

51 – Romario Marques – Sporting CP – 25

51 – Josef Sargany – Czech Republic / GC Perun – 25

53 – Michael Dennis – Germany – 24

53 – Caspar Gregersen – BSI Copenhagen / Aarhus Goalball – 24

53 – Matej Ledinek – Ljubljana / Old Power – 24

53 – Oleksandr Toporkov – Friends / Invasport Ukraine – 24

57 – Zydrunas Simkus – Saltinis / Friends – 23

58 – Toni Alenius – Näpäjä / Aisti Sport – 22

59 – Joni Ylönen – Old Power / Finland – 21

60 – Stefan Hawranke – Germany / PTS Marburg – 20

60 – Vaclav Svoboda – Czech Republic / GC Perun – 20

62 – Jose Daniel Fernandez – Spain – 19

62 – Tomas Franek – Czech Republic – 19

62 – Hasan Jayfari – Old Power – 19

62 – Marek Moscicki – Poland – 19

62 – Adrian Piotrovicz – Poland – 19

67 – Oliver Pye – Nova Scotia – 17

68 – Dave Scott – Fen Tigers – 16

69 – Glenn Van Thournout – ViGe Waasland – 15

70 – Dmitrii Elin – Moscow GT – 14

70 – David Lara Leven – IFAS – 14

70 – Tom Vanhove – ViGe Waasland – 14

73 – Athanasios Chatzipantou – Kleio Thessaloniki – 13

73 – Niklas Hultqvist – IFAS – 13

73 – Sigurd Lund – Aarhus Goalball – 13

76 – Alexandre Almeida – Castelo da Maia / Sporting CP – 12

76 – Julian Blaifuss – RGC Hansa – 12

76 – Vitali Haponenko – Invasport Ukraine – 12

76 – Arwydas Juchna – Saltinis – 12

76 – Bruno Vanhove – Old Power – 12

81 – Vassime Amnir – Ha. Vi. 2 Bruxelles – 11

81 – Kada Boualia – CS AVH Lyon – 11

81 – Anja Christensen – FIFH Malmo / BSI Copenhagen – 11

81 – Amanda Dennis – Kleio Thessaloniki – 11

81 – Frederik Klarskow Bauch – FIFH Malmo – 11

81 – Blaz Koscak – Ljubljana – 11

81 – Petteri Peitso – Old Power – 11

81 – Alexey Shipilov – Podmoskovie – 11

81 – Thomas Steiger – RGC Hansa / Germany / PTS Marburg – 11

90 – Dzenan Ajdinovic – FIFH Malmo – 10

90 – Nabil Baish – CS AVH Lyon – 10

90 – Andrew Jenks – GC Perun – 10

90 – Danny Maas – RGC Hansa / Kleio Thessaloniki – 10

90 – Yurii Pambuhchian – Moscow GT – 10

90 – Normantas Prusinskas – Saltinis – 10

90 – Doug Ripley – Vancouver Goalball Club – 10

90 – Javier Serrato – Spain / Sporting CP – 10

90 – John Turloff – RGC Hansa – 10

90 – Borut Visnikar – Ljubljana – 10

100 – Amer Kasic – SKS Centar – 9

100 – Pavel Orban – Moscow GT – 9

100 – Simon Richard – Nova Scotia – 9

100 – Alexander Schreck – RGC Hansa – 9

104 – Hüseiyn Alkan – FIFH Malmo – 8

104 – Oscar Alverstedt – FSBU Gotemborg – 8

104 – Juozas Eigminas – Saltinis – 8

104 – Rob Eijssen – ViGe Waasland – 8

104 – Luis Miguel – Sporting CP – 8

104 – Peter Parsons – Nova Scotia – 8

104 – Tomas Partik – GC Perun – 8

111 – Artur Bodnya – Tula – 7

111 – Bruno Hache – Vancouver Goalball Club – 7

111 – Oljan Mapreni – Ha. Vi. 2 Bruxelles – 7

111 – Grigorios Tatsis – Kleio Thessaloniki – 7

115 – Cemil Dzemail – Ha. Vi. 2 Bruxelles – 6

115 – Marcin Lisowski – Poland – 6

115 – Mikhail Matiukhin – Podmoskovie – 6

117 – Ernst Kroisl – RGC Hansa – 5

117 – Tobias Vestweber – Germany – 5

119 – Adnan Halimovic – SKS Centar – 4

119 – Seemi Hintsanen – Aisti Sport – 4

119 – Gustav Kallan Lauritsen – BSI Copenhagen – 4

119 – Osvaldas Kucavicius – Saltinis – 4

119 – Karolis Levickis – Saltinis – 4

119 – Roman Martinez – Spain – 4

119 – Joao Pereira – Sporting CP – 4

119 – Philip Tauscher – LE Sport Leipzig – 4

127 – Vasiliki Ago – Kleio Thessaloniki – 3

127 – Oleg Beloshenko – Tula – 3

127 – Mantas Brazauskis – Saltinis / Sporting CP – 3

127 – Martin Jozifek – GC Perun – 3

127 – Torsten Karlsson – IFAS – 3

127 – Sergei Komiakov – Moscow GT – 3

127 – Steffen Lehmann – Germany – 3

127 – Saulius Leonavicius – Saltinis – 3

127 – Chen Li – ASD Blind Hawks Trento – 3

127 – Josh McEntee – Fen Tigers – 3

127 – Endrit Osmanaj – Ha. Vi. 2 Bruxelles – 3

127 – Dmitrios Palialexis – Kleio Thessaloniki – 3

127 – Mason Smith – Nova Scotia – 3

127 – Fedir Sydorenko – Invasport Ukraine – 3

141 – Berisa Baskim – ASD Blind Hawks Trento – 2

141 – Tobias Damaschke – RGC Hansa – 2

141 – Fabian Diehm – PTS Marburg – 2

141 – Grigori Dombrovskii – Moscow GT – 2

141 – Mikhail Egorov – Tula – 2

141 – Nikita Egorov – Tula – 2

141 – Martin Feifar – Czech Republic – 2

141 – Asmir Hajdukovic – SKS Centar – 2

141 – Mario Lopes – Castelo da Maia – 2

141 – Francisco Marfil – Spain – 2

141 – Haris Neirmalija – CS AVH Lyon – 2

141 – Adriano Pezhani – Kleio Thessaloniki – 2

141 – Arnaud Ramos Martin – CS AVH Lyon – 2

141 – Dom Roper – Fen Tigers – 2

141 – Peter Schweiner – GC Perun – 2

141 – Piotr Szymala – Poland – 2

141 – Ahmad Zeividavi – Vancouver Goalball Club / Old Power – 2

158 – Nuno Antunes – Sporting CP – 1

158 – Serhii Boiko – Invasport Ukraine – 1

158 – Martin Bouckhard – Germany – 1

158 – Nicolai Dahl Hansen – Aarhus Goalball – 1

158 – Ambroise Daudin – CS AVH Lyon – 1

158 – Tomas Delfim – Sporting CP – 1

158 – Joe Dodson – IFAS – 1

158 – Hava Beritan Fener – BSI Copenhagen – 1

158 – Toigo Gianluigi – ASD Blind Hawks Trento – 1

158 – Karina Jörgensen – FIFH Malmo – 1

158 – David Koch – PTS Marburg – 1

158 – Steffen Lorenz – LE Sport Leipzig – 1

158 – Akseli Makkonen – Aisti Sport – 1

158 – Max Myller – LE Sport Leipzig – 1

158 – Ludvig Nilsson – FIFH Malmo – 1

158 – Sergey Niukharev – Podmoskovie – 1

158 – Michal Novotny – Czech Republic – 1

158 – Joe Roper – Fen Tigers – 1

158 – Silas Sepstrup Friis-Hansen – BSI Copenhagen – 1

158 – Artem Skotnikov – Tula – 1

158 – Arne Vanhove – ViGe Waasland – 1