Several professional football players have gone their entire careers without scoring a single goal. Some notable examples include:

Jorge Titonell, an Argentinian player who featured in 405 matches for Lanus, Talleres, and Huracan between 1931 and 1946, but never found the back of the net.

Tony Hibbert, an English defender who played 265 games for Everton from 2000 to 2016 without scoring a goal, though he did manage 8 assists.

Luis Cuartero, a Spanish defender who played 178 matches for Real Zaragoza between 1992 and 2006 without scoring.

Carlos Kaiser, a Brazilian striker who played for 9 different clubs over a 25-year career, but remarkably never scored a single goal.

Luigi Perversi, an Italian player who featured 318 times for AC Milan but failed to score.

Frank Womack, an English player who had over 500 appearances for Birmingham, Torquay United, and Worcester City, but never found the net.

While these players may not have contributed goals, they likely played important roles for their teams through their defensive work, passing, and other contributions. Going an entire career without scoring is an extremely rare feat in professional football.