Germany National Team All-Time Top Scorers
Germany last won the World Cup in 2014 | Chris Brunskill Ltd/Getty Images

Germany have always had a knack for producing incredible footballers, and while that doesn’t always immediately translate into national team success, it most definitely has for them.

Die Mannschaft are one of the most successful teams to compete within international competition, winning four World Cups, three European Championships, a Confederations Cup and nose-bleed high finishes on the Olympic stage.

Even when they aren’t sweeping up silverware, their incredible players are putting on high-octane performances. Here’s a look at the all-time top goalscorers for the German national team.

Kroos captains the Germany national team | Matthias Hangst/Getty Images

32. Wolfgang Overath

Overath representing West Germany, 1973 | Getty Images/Getty Images
Gotze’s goal in extra time won Germany the 2014 World Cup | Pool/Getty Images

30. Klaus Allofs

Allofs was sporting director at Wolfsburg from 2012 to 2016 | JOHN MACDOUGALL/Getty Images

20/10/1939. Morre de pleurisia, Otto Siffling, atacante da Alemanha nas Copas de 1934 e 1938

— Protofutebol (@protofutebol) October 20, 2014

28. Helmut Schön

Schön had a career in football management after retiring | Evening Standard/Getty Images
Littbarski served as assistant manager at Wolfsburg from 2010 to 2012 | Boris Streubel/Getty Images

26. Kevin Kuranyi

Kuranyi holds citizenship for three countries | OLIVER LANG/Getty Images
Kirsten scored 20 goals for Germany | TF-Images/Getty Images

24. Helmut Rahn

Helmut Rahn in action for West Germany | STAFF/Getty Images

Born on this day!

Karl Hohmann(18.6.1908-31.3.1974)

— Юлиян Динев (@forever96juli) June 18, 2018

22. Max Morlock

Today’s Max #Morlock‘s 92nd birthday. Forever unforgotten. #fcn #LegendsLiveForever

— 1. FC Nuremberg (@FCNuremberg) May 11, 2017

Schurrle is a World Cup winner | Boris Streubel/Getty Images

20. Lothar Matthaus

Most-capped German footballer is an accolade worthy of a pint | Alexander Hassenstein/Getty Images
Ozil celebrates with the World Cup, 2014 | Pool/Getty Images

18. Richard Hofmann

#RichardHofmann (February 8, 1906 – May 5, 1983) was a German player. He played in 25 games for #Germany as a centre forward, scoring 24 goals, including the first ever international hat-trick against #England by a player from outside the home nations.

— OldFootballPhotos (@OldFootball11) June 22, 2019

Schweinsteiger celebrates after Germany’s 2014 World Cup win | AFP/Getty Images

16. Edmund Conen

L’attaccante tedesco Edmund Conen, 27 gol in 28 partite dal 1934 al 1942

— allafacciadelcalcio (@facciacalcio) June 8, 2019

Möller was assistant manager of Hungary from 2015 to 2017 | ATTILA KISBENEDEK/Getty Images

14. Mario Gomez

Gomez had to compete for a spot with Miroslav Klose | Joern Pollex/Getty Images

Ernst Lehner (Jerman) 25 Detik Jerman 3-2 Austria: Lehner 1,40″ Conen 15″ Horvath 35″ Sesta 65″ Perebutan 3 PD 1934

— wow JogJa (@acoymubyarto) June 18, 2014

12. Klaus Fischer

Fischer’s bicycle kick versus France, 1982 | STAFF/Getty Images

10. Oliver Bierhoff

Bierhoff has been Germany’s director since 2018 | Alex Grimm/Getty Images
Muller lifts the World Cup, 2014 | Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images

8. Michael Ballack

Ballack captains Germany, 2006 | Shaun Botterill/Getty Images
Seeler is a German legend | Pool/Getty Images

6. Karl-Heinz Rummenigge

Rummenigge has enjoyed a career in football as a player and more | Pool/Getty Images
Great shirt, even better hair. | KAZUHIRO NOGI/Getty Images

4. Rudi Völler

Völler is currently sporting director for Bayer Leverkusen | Matthias Hangst/Getty Images
Podolski celebrates Germany’s 2014 World Cup triumph | Julian Finney/Getty Images

2. Gerd Müller

Müller played in America for two years | Focus On Sport/Getty Images
Klose has scored the most goals in FIFA World Cup tournaments | Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images

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