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Disambiguation icon.png This page describes the game Hattrick often referred to as HT. For other uses of HT, see HT (disambiguation)

A hat-trick or hat trick is the achievement of scoring three times in a game, or, more generally, another achievement based on the number three.

Hattrick (with no hyphen or space between words), the name chosen for the game by Björn Holmér, is based on this slang term used in sports.


The total number of these events is reported in each player's stats as Hattricks, and can be found below Career goals.

The stat can be monitored and sometimes a new record is achieved.

"The Chubagol" was the hattrick's record man when he retired in 2012, even though he was overtaken by the phenomenal "Apache" in 2015. In recent years, the Albion son Elias made everyone eat his dust!

  • The list is updated update to 20/03/2022.
  • Players in italic will not do better in the future. They are retired or injured for ∞ weeks.

Top Hattrickers
Hattricks Player Age
278 Germany Mike Werner 44 years and 31 days
245 Argentina Pedro "Apache" Zurita 86 years and 87 days
194 England Raymond Elias 62 years and 80 days
147 Sweden Benny 'Gule' Kullenstad 33 years and 109 days

118 Ukraine Sergiy 'Chubagol' Chubenko 84 years and 28 days
101 Spain David 'Gooooooooal' Del Blanco 31 years and 56 days
95 Hungary László Boncz 40 years and 74 days
88 South Africa Brad Blunn 37 years and 30 days
86 Trinidad & Tobago Birger 'der Bomber' Østerhus 55 years and 70 days

78 Trinidad & Tobago Amar 'Nooruk' Atwal 77 years and 30 days
75 England Scott Convery 75 years and 80 days

73 England Jürgen 'diabolik' Staven 63 years and 28 days

See Also