All-time UEFA Youth League records

Who has scored the most goals in UEFA Youth League history? What about appearances? And which club has recorded the most victories in six seasons of action?

Barcelona's Carles Pérez
Barcelona's Carles Pérez ©Getty Images

All-time UEFA Youth League goalscorers
15: Borja Mayoral (Real Madrid), Roberto Núñez (Atletico Madrid)
13: 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: Ivan Ignatev (Krasnodar), Carles Pérez (Barcelona)

All-time UEFA Youth League appearances
25: Óscar Rodríguez (Real Madrid)
24:
Carles Pérez (Barcelona)
23: Samy Bourard (Anderlecht), Mykola Matviyenko (Shakhtar Donetsk), Yakou Meïté (Paris Saint-Germain)
22: João Cardoso (Porto), Moreto Cassamá (Porto), Alec Georgen (Paris Saint-Germain), Álex Martín (Real Madrid), Fodé Toure (Paris Saint-Germain)
21: Andriy Boryachuk (Shakhtar Donetsk), Bruno Costa (Porto), Diogo Costa (Porto), Felix Eboa Eboa (Paris Saint-Germain), Timur Zhamaletdinov (CSKA Moskva)
20:
Temitayo Aina (Chelsea), Jean-Kévin Augustin (Paris Saint-Germain), Cristian Cedrés (Real Madrid), Aleix Febas (Real Madrid), Riccardo Marchizza (Roma), Calvin Miller (Celtic), Salomon Obama (Atlético Madrid), Hildeberto Pereira (Benfica)

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

Top scorer by season
2017/18: Ivan Ignatev (Krasnodar) 10
2016/17:
Jordi Mboula (Barcelona), Kaj Sierhuis (Ajax) 8
2015/16:
Roberto Nuñez (Atlético Madrid) 9
2014/15: Dominic Solanke (Chelsea) 12
2013/14: Munir El Haddadi (Barcelona) 11

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

Biggest away win
1-11: Galatasaray v Benfica
21/10/15, group stage

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

Most goals by a player in a game
5: 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)

Chelsea have won the UEFA Youth League twice
Chelsea have won the UEFA Youth League twice©Getty Images for UEFA

Games won
32: Barcelona
30: Chelsea
27: Real Madrid
25: Atlético Madrid
24: Benfica
21: Ajax, Manchester City

Goals
116:
Real Madrid
109: Chelsea
102:
Benfica
100: Barcelona
90: Atlético Madrid
88: Manchester City

Attendances
32,510: Krasnodar v Real Madrid, 2017/18 play-offs
17,000: Astana v Benfica, 2015/16 group stage
13,162: Anderlecht v Porto, 2014/15 quarter-finals
12,871: Anderlecht v Barcelona, 2014/15 round of 16
10,124: Maccabi Haifa v Borussia Dortmund, 2013/14 round of 16

Finals
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

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