Chuteira de Ouro (Placar Magazine)

The Chuteira de Ouro (Golden Boot) is an award offered by Placar magazine since
1999 to the best overall goalscorer of Brazil in each season. Likewise the European
Golden Boot, the goals are weighted according to the competitions, following these
rules:

FIFA World Club Cup - 3 points (*)
Intercontinental Toyota World Cup - 3 points (*)
Matches of Seleção Brasileira - 3 points (*)
Taça Libertadores da América - 3 points (*)

Brazilian Championship Série A - 2 points
Copa do Brasil - 2 points
Brazilian Copa dos Campeões Regionais - 2 points
Copa Sudamericana - 2 points
Copa Mercosul - 2 points
Torneio Rio-São Paulo - 2 points
Copa Sul-Minas - 2 points
Copa Nordeste - 2 points
Copa Norte - 2 points
Copa Centro-Oeste - 2 points
São Paulo State Championship - 2 points
Rio de Janeiro State Championship - 2 points
Minas Gerais State Championship - 2 points
Rio Grande do Sul State Championship - 2 points
Paraná State Championship - 2 points
Bahia State Championship - 2 points (**)
Pernambuco State Championship - 2 points

Brazilian Championship Série B - 1 point (*) (**)
Brazilian Championship Série C - 1 point (*)
other state championships - 1 point

(*) In 2006, Placar revised the rules and these competitions were re-weighted:

FIFA World Club Cup - from 3 to 2 points
Intercontinental Toyota World Cup - from 3 to 2 points
Matches of Seleção Brasileira - from 3 to 2 points
Taça Libertadores da América - from 3 to 2 points
Brazilian Championship Série B - from 1 to 2 points
Brazilian Championship Série C - from 1 to 0 point

(**) In 2007, Placar revised again the rules and changed the following weights:

Brazilian Championship Série B - from 2 to 1 points
Bahia State Championship - from 2 to 1 points

(***) In 2011, Placar awarded to the U-20 National Team matches the same
rule (two points per goal) than the "A" National Team.

(****) The changes in criteria are not explicitly divulged.

In 2014, the value of the competitions were:

FIFA World Club Cup - 2 points
Matches of Seleção Brasileira - 2 points
Taça Libertadores da América - 2 points
Copa Sudamericana - 2 points

Brazilian Championship Série A - 2 points
Copa do Brasil - 2 points
São Paulo State Championship - 2 points
Rio de Janeiro State Championship - 2 points
Minas Gerais State Championship - 2 points
Rio Grande do Sul State Championship - 2 points
Paraná State Championship - 2 points
Pernambuco State Championship - 2 points

Brazilian Championship Série B - 1 point
Brazilian Championship Série C - 1 point
Brazilian Championship Série D - 1 point
other state championships - 1 point


Winners: Year Player (Team) points goals 1999 ROMÁRIO (Flamengo) 92 46 2000 ROMÁRIO (Vasco) 152 71 2001 KLÉBER PEREIRA (Atlético-PR) 100 50 2002 ROMÁRIO (Fluminense) 84 42 2003 LUÍS FABIANO (São Paulo) 95 47 2004 WASHINGTON (Atlético-PR) 88 44 2005 FRED (Cruzeiro) 80 39 2006 MARINHO (Atlético-MG) 54 27 2007 DODÔ (Botafogo) 68 34 2008 KEIRRISON (Coritiba) 82 41 2009 DIEGO TARDELLI (Atlético-MG) 78 39 2010 NEYMAR (Santos) 84 42 2011 NEYMAR (Santos) 78 39 2012 NEYMAR (Santos) 112 56 2013 HERNANE (Flamengo) 70 35 2014 Hernán BARCOS (Grêmio) 58 29 FRED (Flumiennse) 58 29 2015 RICARDO OLIVEIRA (Santos) 72 37 Awards by Player 3 Neymar Romário 2 Fred 1 Barcos Diego Tardelli Dodô Hernane Keirrison Kléber Pereira Luís Fabiano Marinho Ricardo Oliveira Washington Awards by Club 4 Santos 2 Atlético Mineiro Atléico Paranaense Flamengo Fluminense 1 Botafogo Coritiba Cruzeiro Grêmio São Paulo Vasco

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Last updated: 14 Dec 2015

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