List of 5 Footballers with Most Records in Guinness Book of World Records


Footballers who have accomplished remarkable feats may earn World Records. Players with higher caliber tend to break existing World Records more readily as their performance improves and The Guinness Book of World Records has long been considered the go-to authority on managing World Records.

Only a select few players can claim multiple World Records. Below is a list of those footballers with multiple records to their name as well as those holding most records worldwide in football – these five footballers represent five football players worldwide with multiple World Records in total!


Neymar is a Brazilian winger who holds four World Records in football. One of the greatest players ever seen on a pitch, Neymar currently represents PSG in France and continues his incredible playmaking prowess on their squad.

He holds both of these achievements simultaneously – being both the most expensive player ever seen on football pitch and receiving a transfer fee of EUR222,000,000 when switching teams, from Barcelona to PSG; also holding onto Brazilian records with regards to scoring goals (73 for Champions League!).

Kylian Mbappe

Kylian Mbappe is an energetic French speedster who holds five World Records. Although currently signed to PSG, his future may lie elsewhere beyond August 2023.

Kylian Mbappe holds two World Records: He was the youngest player ever to score 100 goals in Ligue 1, scoring an amazing 27 of them while becoming the youngest Ligue 1 player to ever hit that landmark age of 20 years and 263 days! Kylian Mbappe set two notable World records en route to achieving them both, including becoming youngest ever player with this accomplishment and youngest one overall (Twenty year-old and 263 days).

Kylian Mbappe holds several records, one being being the youngest ever player to score 50 goals for international football at just 22 years of age (born January 1992).

Robert Lewandowski

Robert Lewandowski has set nine World Records. As an outstanding finisher with Barcelona and Bayern Munich he holds the record for scoring most goals during a Bundesliga season (79).

Lewandowski holds two other records within Champions League history – fastest player ever (86 games) to reach 50 goals; as well as most FIFA Club World Cup goals scored in single match (5 total).

Cristiano Ronaldo

Cristiano Ronaldo will go down as one of the greatest ever. Known for breaking 40 World Records and still going strong at 38, Ronaldo may yet set more records before retirement.

Se’s impressive records in the Champions League include scoring an astonishing 140 goals; scoring 17 in one season as well; and holding onto his number one scorer status with international football; all while setting numerous other records himself!

Lionel Messi

Lionel Messi stands as the undisputed World Records Holder among football players with 41 World Records. These achievements include scoring 474 Goals in La Liga (36) as well as 36 Hattricks! Lionel Messi will forever hold onto these records of greatness!

He holds the distinction of winning seven Ballon d’Or awards; additionally he has made 162 appearances with Argentina while scoring an astounding total of 86 goals for them.


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