|1.||2002||Domo - Farm Frites||81||548|
|2.||2003||Quick Step - Davitamon||336||194|
|3.||2004||Quick Step - Davitamon||165||344|
|4.||2005||Quick Step - Innergetic||104||460|
|5.||2006||Discovery Channel Pro Cycling Team||168||327|
|6.||2007||Discovery Channel Pro Cycling Team||321||175|
|7.||2008||Team CSC Saxo Bank||372||167|
|8.||2009||Team Saxo Bank||270||228|
|9.||2010||Omega Pharma - Lotto||135||385|
|10.||2011||Veranda's Willems - Accent||67||629|
|11.||2012||Accent Jobs - Willems Veranda's||31||908|
|12.||2013||Accent Jobs - Wanty||36||829|
Jurgen Van Goolen (born 28 November 1980 in Leuven, Flanders), is a Belgian former professional road bicycle racer.
He rode the Vuelta a España eight times, and the Giro d'Italia two times during his career, serving mostly as a domestique. On five occasions, he was part of the Belgian squad for the World Road Race Championships. Although Van Goolen was considered a big talent as a youngster, winning the award for Best Young Belgian Rider in 2000, his professional career never really lived up to these promises. In January 2014, he announced his retirement.