CSL Golden Boot
The Canadian Soccer League Golden Boot is an annual Canadian soccer award given to the top goalscorer for each season in the Canadian Soccer League. The Golden Boot has been awarded since 1998 when the league debuted as the Canadian Professional Soccer League. The highest ranked CSL Golden Boot goalscorer is Gus Kouzmanis with 33 goals during the league's inaugural season. Kouzmanis has also won the award the most times (2) during the 1998, and 2000 seasons. Players from nine countries, other than Canada, have won the Golden Boot including Croatia (Tihomir Maletic, 2010, Dražen Vuković, 2012, Marin Vučemilović-Grgić 2014), Ukraine (Sergiy Ivliev, 2016, Mykola Temniuk 2019), Trinidad and Tobago (Kevin Nelson, 2001), England (Darren Tilley, 2002), Jamaica (Richard West, 2015), Northern Ireland (Paul Munster, 2004), United States (Aaron Byrd, 2005), Romania (Gabriel Pop, 2006), and France (Guillaume Surot, 2014). The club with the most top goalscorers is the Toronto/Mississauga Olympians with four wins followed by London City, and the Trois-Rivières Attak with two.
|2003||St. Catharines Wolves||18|
|2005||Windsor Border Stars||17|
|2006||Serbian White Eagles||27|
|2015||York Region Shooters||23|
|2016||FC Ukraine United||15|
|2018||Hamilton City SC||13|
Awards won by club
|FC Ukraine United|
|Hamilton City SC|
|SC Waterloo Region|
|Serbian White Eagles|
|St. Catharines Wolves|
|Windsor Border Stars|
|York Region Shooters|
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