ElectroCity FIFA20 European Championships Golden Boot

The ElectroCity FIFA20 European Championships run on KCLR from 12 June to 12 July, in place of what would have been our coverage of UEFA EURO 2020.

Instead, we’re all about eSports this summer as we’re on the hunt for Kilkenny and Carlow’s top FIFA20 gamer on the PS4.

The golden boot award goes to the player / team with the highest goal tally at the end of the tournament.

View all the group tables and fixtures here.

Golden Boot Award

  1. Timo Werner (Germany) – 15
  2. Efthymis Koulouris (Greece) – 8
  3. Raheem Sterling (England) – 6
  4. Marco Reus (Germany) – 6
  5. Ben Yedder (France) – 6
  6. Alfred Finnbogason (Iceland) – 5
  7. Teemu Pukki (Finland) – 5
  8. Simon Skrabb (Finland) – 5
  9. Giannis Fetfatzidis (Greece) – 5
  10. Kilian Mbappé (France) – 5
  11. Romelu Lukaku (Belgium) – 4
  12. Serge Gnabry (Germany) – 4
  13. Breel Embolo (Switzerland) – 4
  14. Ádám Szalai (Hungary) – 4
  15. Lukaš Masopust (Czech Republic) – 4
  16. Callum Robinson (Ireland) – 4
  17. Antoine Griezmann (France) – 4
  18. Lorezno Insigne (Italy) – 3
  19. Burak Yilmaz (Turkey) – 3
  20. Hakan Çalhanoğlu (Turkey) – 3
  21. Marko Arnautovic (Austria) – 3
  22. Gylfi Sigurdsson (Iceland) – 3
  23. Memphis Depay (Netherlands) – 3
  24. Eden Hazard (Belgium) – 3
  25. Patrik Schick (Czech Republic) – 3
  26. Josh Magennis (Northern Ireland) – 3
  27. Aleksandr Golovin (Russia) – 3
  28. Christian Eriksen (Denmark) – 3
  29. Robbie Brady (Ireland) – 3
  30. Ousmane Dembélé (France) – 3
  31. Paul Pogba (France) – 3
  32. Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal) – 2
  33. Robin Quaison (Sweden) – 2
  34. Stephan El Shaarawy (Italy) – 2
  35. Yusuf Yazici (Turkey) – 2
  36. Dominik Szoboszlai (Hungary) – 2
  37. Roland Sallai (Hungary) – 2
  38. Thorgan Hazard (Belgium) – 2
  39. Vladimir Darida (Czech Republic) – 2
  40. Alexander Isak (Sweden) – 2
  41. Alvaro Morata (Spain) – 2
  42. Seani Maguire (Ireland) – 2
  43. Glen Kamara (Finland) – 1
  44. Denis Cheryshev (Russia) – 1
  45. Haris Seferovich (Switzerland) – 1
  46. Renato Steffen (Switzerland) – 1
  47. Máté Pátkai (Hungary) – 1
  48. Máté Vida (Hungary) – 1
  49. Steven Davis (Northern Ireland) – 1
  50. Gini Wijnaldum (Netherlands) – 1
  51. Marcus Berg (Sweden) – 1
  52. Hosam Aiesh (Sweden) – 1
  53. Pontus Jansson (Sweden) – 1
  54. Kristoffer Olsson (Sweden) – 1
  55. Rodrigo (Spain) – 1
  56. Tomáš Souček (Czech Republic) – 1
  57. Charlie Mulgrew (Scotland) – 1
  58. Jóhann Berg Guðmundsson (Iceland) – 1
  59. Albert Guðmundsson (Iceland) – 1
  60. Arnór Ingvi Traustason (Iceland) – 1
  61. Xherdan Shaqiri (Switzerland) – 1
  62. Gareth Bale (Wales) – 1
  63. Kasper Dolberg (Denmark) – 1
  64. Axel Witsel (Belgium) – 1
  65. Robert Taylor (Finland) – 1
  66. Marcel Sabitzer (Austria) – 1
  67. Louis Schaub (Austria) – 1
  68. Konrad Laimer (Austria) – 1
  69. David Holman (Hungary) – 1
  70. Balazs Dzudzsak (Hungary) – 1
  71. Anastasios Donis (Greece) – 1
  72. James Forrest (Scotland) – 1
  73. Jadon Sancho (England) – 1
  74. Harry Kane (England) – 1
  75. Ciro Immobile (Italy) – 1
  76. Jorginho (Italy) – 1
  77. Jesus Navas (Spain) – 1
  78. Dries Mertens (Belgium) – 1
  79. Oliver Burke (Scotland) – 1
  80. Jordan Jones (Northern Ireland) – 1
  81. Daniel Wass (Denmark) – 1
  82. Magomed Ozdoyev (Russia) – 1
  83. Arkadiusz Milik (Poland) – 1
  84. Robert Lewandowski (Poland) – 1
  85. Kai Havertz (Germany) – 1
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