List of EFL Championship hat-tricks

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Since the inception of the English association football league competition, the EFL Championship, in 2004, more than 60 players have scored three goals (a hat-trick) or more in a single match. The first player to achieve the feat was Englishman Marcus Stewart, who scored three times for Sunderland in a 4–0 victory at Gillingham on 11 September 2004. Brian Deane, Chris Iwelumo, Michael Chopra, Garath McCleary and Nikola Žigić have each scored four goals in a match. The fixture between Norwich City and Scunthorpe United at Carrow Road in 2011 saw both Grant Holt and Simeon Jackson score a hat-trick for the home team.

Jamie Cureton, Rickie Lambert and Ross McCormack have each scored a hat-trick on four different occasions in the Football League Championship. Chris Iwelumo scored a hat-trick for three different clubs.

The list includes only hat-tricks scored in the league; hat-tricks scored in play-off matches are not counted.

Hat-tricks[edit]

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Key
4 Player scored four goals
Scored hat-trick as a substitute Player scored hat-trick as a substitute
* Home team
Dave Kitson scored his first hat-trick on 18 September 2004.
Chris Iwelumo scored three hat-tricks for three different clubs.
Michael Chopra scored three hat-tricks for Cardiff City.
Rickie Lambert scored four hat-tricks for Southampton.
Note: The results column shows the home team score first
Player Nationality For Against Result Date Ref
Byfield, DarrenDarren Byfield4  Jamaica Rotherham United Millwall* 0–6 10 August 2002 [2]
Harewood, MarlonMarlon Harewood  England Nottingham Forest* Gillingham 4–1 18 September 2002 [3]
Johnson, DavidDavid Johnson  Jamaica Nottingham Forest Grimsby Town* 0–3 21 September 2002 [4]
Forster, NickyNicky Forster  England Reading* Ipswich Town 3–1 19 October 2002 [5]
Asaba, CarlCarl Asabadagger  England Sheffield United Brighton & Hove Albion* 2–4 19 October 2002 [6]
Johnson, AndyAndy Johnson  England Crystal Palace* Brighton & Hove Albion 5–0 26 October 2002 [7]
Johnson, AndyAndy Johnson  England Crystal Palace Walsall* 3–4 29 October 2002 [8]
Blake, NathanNathan Blake  Wales Wolverhampton Wanderers Gillingham* 0–4 29 October 2002 [9]
Connolly, DavidDavid Connolly  Ireland Wimbledon* Norwich City 4–2 2 November 2002 [10]
Connolly, DavidDavid Connolly4  Ireland Wimbledon Bradford City* 3–5 9 November 2002 [11]
Harewood, MarlonMarlon Harewood4  England Nottingham Forest* Stoke City 6–0 22 February 2003 [12]
Dickov, PaulPaul Dickov  Scotland Leicester City* Wimbledon 4–0 22 February 2003 [13]
Miller, KennyKenny Miller  Scotland Wolverhampton Wanderers* Crystal Palace 4–0 1 March 2003 [14]
Taylor, GarethGareth Taylor  Wales Burnley* Watford 4–7 5 April 2003 [15]
Chopra, MichaelMichael Chopra4  England Watford Burnley* 4–7 5 April 2003 [15]
Forster, NickyNicky Forster  England Reading* Preston North End 5–1 15 April 2003 [16]
Júnior, JoséJosé Júnior  Brazil Walsall* Derby County 3–2 26 April 2003 [17]
Todorov, SvetoslavSvetoslav Todorov  Bulgaria Portsmouth Bradford City* 0–5 4 May 2003 [18]
Freedman, DougieDougie Freedman  Scotland Crystal Palace Burnley* 2–3 9 August 2003 [19]
Earnshaw, RobertRobert Earnshaw4  Wales Cardiff City* Gillingham 5–0 13 September 2003 [20]
Ndlovu, PeterPeter Ndlovu  Zimbabwe Sheffield United* Cardiff City 5–3 20 September 2003 [21]
Facey, DelroyDelroy Facey  Grenada Burnley* Walsall 3–1 4 October 2003 [22]
Thorne, PeterPeter Thorne  England Cardiff City Stoke City* 2–3 6 December 2003 [23]
Hoekstra, PeterPeter Hoekstra  Netherlands Stoke City* Reading 3–0 13 December 2003 [24]
Fuller, RicardoRicardo Fuller  Jamaica Preston North End* Burnley 5–3 20 December 2003 [25]
Peschisolido, PaulPaul Peschisolido  Canada Sheffield United Gillingham* 0–3 10 January 2004 [26]
Butler, MartinMartin Butler  England Rotherham United* Norwich City 4–4 17 January 2004 [27]
Johnson, AndyAndy Johnson  England Crystal Palace* Stoke City 6–3 14 February 2004 [28]
Ashton, DeanDean Ashton  England Crewe Alexandra Wigan Athletic* 2–3 6 March 2004 [29]
Etherington, MatthewMatthew Etherington  England West Ham United* Wimbledon 5–0 9 March 2004 [30]
Bent, DarrenDarren Bent  England Ipswich Town Walsall 1–3 16 March 2004 [31]
Bowditch, DeanDean Bowditch  England Ipswich Town* Watford 4–1 20 March 2004 [32]
Johnson, AndyAndy Johnson  England Crystal Palace Crewe Alexandra* 2–3 24 April 2004 [33]
Stewart, MarcusMarcus Stewart  England Sunderland Gillingham* 0–4 11 September 2004 [34]
Kitson, DaveDave Kitson  England Reading* Gillingham 3–1 18 September 2004 [35]
Cureton, JamieJamie Cureton  England Queens Park Rangers* Coventry City 4–1 28 September 2004 [36]
Deane, BrianBrian Deane4  England Leeds United* Queens Park Rangers 6–1 20 November 2004 [37]
Hayles, BarryBarry Hayles  Jamaica Millwall Derby County* 0–3 28 December 2004 [38]
Cresswell, RichardRichard Cresswell  England Preston North End* Sunderland 3–2 1 January 2005 [39]
Stewart, MarcusMarcus Stewart  England Sunderland* Watford 4–2 12 February 2005 [40]
Kitson, DaveDave Kitson  England Reading* West Ham United 3–1 12 March 2005 [41]
Connolly, DavidDavid Connolly  Ireland Leicester City* Stoke City 4–2 9 August 2005 [42]
Cort, CarlCarl Cort  England Wolverhampton Wanderers* Queens Park Rangers 3–1 30 August 2005 [43]
Hulse, RobRob Hulse  England Leeds United* Derby County 3–1 28 September 2005 [44]
Akinbiyi, AdeAde Akinbiyi  Nigeria Burnley Luton Town* 2–3 5 November 2005 [45]
Kitson, DaveDave Kitson  England Reading* Brighton & Hove Albion 5–1 10 December 2005 [46]
Ashton, DeanDean Ashton  England Norwich City* Southampton 3–1 17 December 2005 [47]
Pericard, VincentVincent Péricard  France Plymouth Argyle* Coventry City 3–1 18 February 2006 [48]
Rooney, AdamAdam Rooney  England Stoke City Brighton & Hove Albion* 1–5 30 April 2006 [49]
Cureton, JamieJamie Cureton  England Colchester United* Derby County 4–3 26 August 2006 [50]
Noel-Williams, GiftonGifton Noel-Williams  England Burnley* Barnsley 4–2 12 September 2006 [51]
Phillips, KevinKevin Phillips  England West Bromwich Albion Ipswich Town* 1–5 14 October 2006 [52]
Lee, AlanAlan Lee  Ireland Ipswich Town* Luton Town 5–0 29 October 2006 [53]
Iwelumo, ChrisChris Iwelumo4  Scotland Colchester United* Hull City 5–1 28 November 2006 [54]
Mcsheffrey, GaryGary McSheffrey  England Birmingham City* Preston North End 3–1 9 December 2006 [55]
Chopra, MichaelMichael Chopra  England Cardiff City* Leicester City 3–2 27 January 2007 [56]
Surman, AndrewAndrew Surman  England Southampton* Barnsley 5–2 17 February 2007 [57]
Saganowski, MarekMarek Saganowski  Poland Southampton Wolverhampton Wanderers* 0–6 31 March 2007 [58]
Windass, DeanDean Windass  England Hull City* Southend United 4–0 31 March 2007 [59]
Cureton, JamieJamie Cureton  England Colchester United Southend United* 0–3 6 April 2007 [60]
Phillips, KevinKevin Phillips  England West Bromwich Albion* Barnsley 7–0 6 May 2007 [61]
Scowcroft, JamesJames Scowcroft  England Crystal Palace Southampton* 1–4 11 August 2007 [62]
Walters, JonathanJonathan Walters  Ireland Ipswich Town* Bristol City 6–0 10 November 2007 [63]
John, SternStern John  Trinidad and Tobago Southampton* Hull City 4–0 8 December 2007 [64]
Fuller, RicardoRicardo Fuller  Jamaica Stoke City* West Bromwich Albion 3–1 22 December 2007 [65]
Lawrence, LiamLiam Lawrence  Ireland Stoke City Barnsley* 3–3 26 December 2007 [66]
Cole, AndrewAndrew Cole  England Burnley Queens Park Rangers* 2–4 12 February 2008 [67]
Howard, SteveSteve Howard  Scotland Leicester City West Bromwich Albion* 1–4 15 March 2008 [68]
Cureton, JamieJamie Cureton  England Norwich City* Colchester United 5–1 22 March 2008 [69]
Beattie, JamesJames Beattie  England Sheffield United* Leicester City 3–0 5 April 2008 [70]
Sharp, BillyBilly Sharp  England Sheffield United* Queens Park Rangers 3–0 16 August 2008 [71]
Doyle, KevinKevin Doyle  Ireland Reading* Crystal Palace 4–2 30 August 2008 [72]
Doyle, KevinKevin Doyle  Ireland Reading* Sheffield Wednesday 6–0 16 September 2008 [73]
Iwelumo, ChrisChris Iwelumo  Scotland Wolverhampton Wanderers Preston North End* 1–3 20 September 2008 [74]
Lita, LeroyLeroy Lita  DR Congo Norwich City* Wolverhampton Wanderers 5–2 21 October 2008 [75]
Ebanks-Blake, SylvanSylvan Ebanks-Blake  England Wolverhampton Wanderers* Norwich City 3–3 3 February 2009 [76]
Burton, DeonDeon Burton  Jamaica Charlton Athletic* Norwich City 4–2 3 May 2009 [77]
Ameobi, SholaShola Ameobi  England Newcastle United* Reading 3–0 15 August 2009 [78]
Chopra, MichaelMichael Chopra  England Cardiff City Plymouth Argyle* 1–3 18 August 2009 [79]
Nolan, KevinKevin Nolan  England Newcastle United Ipswich Town* 0–4 26 September 2009 [80]
Chopra, MichaelMichael Chopra4  England Cardiff City* Derby County 6–1 29 September 2009 [81]
Whittingham, PeterPeter Whittingham  England Cardiff City Sheffield United* 3–4 24 October 2009 [82]
Henderson, DariusDarius Henderson  England Sheffield United Bristol City* 2–3 28 November 2009 [83]
Earnshaw, RobertRobert Earnshaw  Wales Nottingham Forest* Leicester City 5–1 5 December 2009 [84]
Eastwood, FreddyFreddy Eastwood  Wales Coventry City* Peterborough United 3–2 12 December 2009 [85]
Gallagher, PaulPaul Gallagher  Scotland Leicester City* Scunthorpe United 5–1 13 February 2010 [86]
Hooper, GaryGary Hooper  England Scunthorpe United* Bristol City 3–0 17 April 2010 [87]
Iwelumo, ChrisChris Iwelumo  Scotland Burnley* Preston North End 4–3 11 September 2010 [88]
Vaughan, JamesJames Vaughan  England Crystal Palace* Portsmouth 4–1 14 September 2010 [89]
Coppinger, JamesJames Coppinger  England Doncaster Rovers* Norwich City 3–1 14 September 2010 [90]
Parkin, JonJon Parkin  England Preston North End Leeds United* 4–6 28 September 2010 [91]
Howson, JonnyJonny Howson  England Leeds United Scunthorpe United* 1–4 30 October 2010 [92]
Becchio, LucianoLuciano Becchio  Argentina Leeds United* Bristol City 3–1 13 November 2010 [93]
Holt, GrantGrant Holt  England Norwich City* Ipswich Town 4–1 28 November 2010 [94]
Hoolahan, WesWes Hoolahan  Ireland Norwich City* Sheffield United 4–2 28 December 2010 [95]
Puncheon, JasonJason Puncheon  England Millwall* Crystal Palace 3–0 1 January 2011 [96]
Fryatt, MattyMatty Fryatt  England Hull City Scunthorpe United* 1–5 5 February 2011 [97]
Wickham, ConnorConnor Wickham  England Ipswich Town Doncaster Rovers* 0–6 15 February 2011 [98]
Aiyegbeni, YakubuYakubu Aiyegbeni  Nigeria Leicester City Middlesbrough* 3–3 2 April 2011 [99]
Holt, GrantGrant Holt  England Norwich City* Scunthorpe United 6–0 2 April 2011 [100]
Jackson, SimeonSimeon Jackson  Canada Norwich City* Scunthorpe United 6–0 2 April 2011 [100]
McDonald, ScottScott McDonald  Australia Middlesbrough Hull City* 2–4 22 April 2011 [101]
Jackson, SimeonSimeon Jackson  Canada Norwich City* Derby County 3–2 25 April 2011 [102]
Tomlin, LeeLee Tomlin  England Peterborough United* Ipswich Town 7–1 20 August 2011 [103]
Lambert, RickieRickie Lambert  England Southampton* Nottingham Forest 3–2 10 September 2011 [104]
Wood, ChrisChris Wood  New Zealand Birmingham City* Millwall 3–0 11 September 2011 [105]
Henderson, DariusDarius Henderson  England Millwall Leicester City* 0–3 22 October 2011 [106]
Shelvey, JonjoJonjo Shelvey  England Blackpool Leeds United* 0–5 2 November 2011 [107]
Lambert, RickieRickie Lambert  England Southampton* Brighton & Hove Albion 3–0 19 November 2011 [108]
Phillips, MattMatt Phillips  England Blackpool Barnsley* 1–3 26 December 2011 [109]
Vaz Te, RicardoRicardo Vaz Tê  Portugal Barnsley* Leeds United 4–1 31 December 2011 [110]
Henderson, DariusDarius Henderson  England Millwall Barnsley* 1–3 21 January 2012 [111]
Zigic, NikolaNikola Žigić4  Serbia Birmingham City Leeds United* 1–4 31 January 2012 [112]
Lambert, RickieRickie Lambert  England Southampton Watford* 0–3 25 February 2012 [113]
Lambert, RickieRickie Lambert  England Southampton Millwall* 2–3 17 March 2012 [114]
Mccleary, GarathGarath McCleary4  Jamaica Nottingham Forest Leeds United* 3–7 20 March 2012 [115]
Austin, CharlieCharlie Austin  England Burnley Portsmouth* 1–5 31 March 2012 [116]
Majewski, RadoslawRadosław Majewski  Poland Nottingham Forest Crystal Palace* 0–3 31 March 2012 [117]
Vaz Te, RicardoRicardo Vaz Tê  Portugal West Ham United* Brighton & Hove Albion 6–0 14 April 2012 [118]
Fryatt, MattyMatty Fryatt  England Hull City* Barnsley 3–1 17 April 2012 [119]
Whittingham, PeterPeter Whittingham  England Cardiff City* Wolverhampton Wanderers 3–1 2 September 2012 [120]
Austin, CharlieCharlie Austin  England Burnley* Peterborough United 5–2 15 September 2012 [121]
Murray, GlennGlenn Murray  England Crystal Palace* Cardiff City 3–2 22 September 2012 [122]
Davies, CraigCraig Davies4  Wales Barnsley Birmingham City* 0–5 22 September 2012 [123]
Nugent, DavidDavid Nugent  England Leicester City* Hull City 3–1 23 September 2012 [124]
Sinclair, EmileEmile Sinclair  England Peterborough United Hull City* 1–3 29 September 2012 [125]
Austin, CharlieCharlie Austin  England Burnley* Sheffield Wednesday 3–3 2 October 2012 [126]
King, MarlonMarlon King  Jamaica Birmingham City Millwall* 3–3 23 October 2012 [127]
Murray, GlennGlenn Murray  England Crystal Palace* Ipswich Town 5–0 6 November 2012 [128]
Rhodes, JordanJordan Rhodes  Scotland Blackburn Rovers Peterborough United* 1–4 17 November 2012 [129]
Wood, ChrisChris Wood  New Zealand Leicester City Bristol City* 0–4 12 January 2013 [130]
Majewski, RadoslawRadosław Majewski  Poland Nottingham Forest* Huddersfield Town 6–1 19 February 2013 [131]
Gayle, DwightDwight Gayle  England Peterborough United Blackburn Rovers* 2–3 2 March 2013 [132]
Ulloa, LeonardoLeonardo Ulloa  Argentina Brighton and Hove Albion* Huddersfield Town 4–1 2 March 2013 [133]
Phillips, KevinKevin Phillips  England Crystal Palace* Hull City 4–2 5 March 2013 [134]
Vaughan, JamesJames Vaughan  England Huddersfield Town Bristol City* 1–3 27 April 2013 [135]
Deeney, TroyTroy Deeney  England Watford* Bournemouth 6–1 10 August 2013 [136]
Vaughan, JamesJames Vaughan  England Huddersfield Town* Bournemouth 5–1 24 August 2013 [137]
Bryson, CraigCraig Bryson  Scotland Derby County Millwall* 1–5 14 September 2013 [138]
Lingard, JesseJesse Lingard4  England Birmingham City* Sheffield Wednesday 4–1 21 September 2013 [139]
McCormack, RossRoss McCormack4  Scotland Leeds United Charlton Athletic* 2–4 9 November 2013 [140]
Martin, ChrisChris Martin  England Derby County* Blackpool 5–1 7 December 2013 [141]
le Fondre, AdamAdam le Fondre  England Reading* Bolton Wanderers 7–1 18 January 2014 [142]
le Fondre, AdamAdam le Fondre  England Reading* Blackpool 5–1 28 January 2014 [143]
McCormack, RossRoss McCormack  Scotland Leeds United* Huddersfield Town 5–1 1 February 2014 [144]
Kermorgant, YannYann Kermorgant  France Bournemouth* Doncaster Rovers 5–0 1 March 2014 [145]
Rhodes, JordanJordan Rhodes  Scotland Blackburn Rovers Huddersfield Town* 2–4 15 March 2014 [146]
Bryson, CraigCraig Bryson  Scotland Derby County* Nottingham Forest 5–0 22 March 2014 [147]
Gestede, RudyRudy Gestede  Benin Blackburn Rovers Birmingham City* 2–4 21 April 2014 [148]
Sordell, MarvinMarvin Sordell  England Charlton Athletic Sheffield Wednesday* 2–3 21 April 2014 [149]
Ward, DannyDanny Ward  England Huddersfield Town Watford* 1–4 3 May 2014 [150]
Harriott, CallumCallum Harriott  England Charlton Athletic Blackpool* 0–3 3 May 2014 [151]
Mason, JoeJoe Mason  Ireland Bolton Wanderers* Rotherham United 3–2 16 September 2014 [152]
Assombalonga, BrittBritt Assombalonga  DR Congo Nottingham Forest* Fulham 5–3 17 September 2014 [153]
Pugh, MarcMarc Pugh  England Bournemouth Birmingham City* 0–8 25 October 2014 [154]
Deeney, TroyTroy Deeney  England Watford Fulham* 0–5 5 December 2014 [155]
Vossen, JelleJelle Vossen  Belgium Middlesbrough Millwall* 1–5 6 December 2014 [156]
Gray, DemaraiDemarai Gray  England Birmingham City* Reading 6–1 13 December 2014 [157]
Donaldson, ClaytonClayton Donaldson  England Birmingham City* Wigan Athletic 3–1 10 January 2015 [158]
McCormack, RossRoss McCormack  Scotland Fulham* Nottingham Forest 3–2 21 January 2015 [159]
Ighalo, OdionOdion Ighalo4  Nigeria Watford* Blackpool 7–2 24 January 2015 [160]
Hooper, GaryGary Hooper  England Norwich City* Blackpool 4–0 7 February 2015 [161]
Toral, JonJon Toral  Spain Brentford* Blackpool 4–0 24 February 2015 [162]
Pitman, BrettBrett Pitman  England Bournemouth* Blackpool 4–0 14 March 2015 [163]
Gestede, RudyRudy Gestede  Benin Blackburn Rovers * Nottingham Forest 3–3 18 April 2015 [164]
Gregory, LeeLee Gregory  England Millwall* Derby County 3–3 25 April 2015 [165]
McCormack, RossRoss McCormack  Scotland Fulham* Middlesbrough 4–3 25 April 2015 [166]
Sa, OrlandoOrlando Sa  Portugal Reading* Ipswich Town 5–1 11 September 2015 [167]
Donaldson, ClaytonClayton Donaldson  England Birmingham City* Bristol City 4–2 12 September 2015 [168]
Murphy, DarylDaryl Murphy  Ireland Ipswich Town Rotherham United* 2–5 7 November 2015 [169]
Ince, TomTom Ince  England Derby County* Bristol City 4–0 15 December 2015 [170]
Gray, AndreAndre Gray  England Burnley* Bristol City 4–0 28 December 2015 [171]
Hernández, AbelAbel Hernández  Uruguay Hull City* Charlton Athletic 6–0 16 January 2016 [172]
Sanogo, YayaYaya Sanogo  France Charlton Athletic* Reading 3–4 27 February 2016 [173]
Hemed, TomerTomer Hemed  Israel Brighton and Hove Albion* Fulham 5–0 15 April 2016 [174]
Ward, GrantGrant Ward  England Ipswich Town* Barnsley 4–2 6 August 2016 [175]
Hogan, ScottScott Hogan  England Brentford* Preston North End 5–0 17 September 2016 [176]
Gayle, DwightDwight Gayle  England Newcastle United* Norwich City 4–3 28 September 2016 [177]
Murray, GlennGlenn Murray  England Brighton & Hove Albion* Norwich City 5–0 29 October 2016 [178]
Lansbury, HenriHenri Lansbury  England Nottingham Forest Barnsley* 2–5 25 November 2016 [179]
Gayle, DwightDwight Gayle  England Newcastle United* Birmingham City 4–0 10 December 2016 [180]
Oliveira, NélsonNélson Oliveira  Portugal Norwich City* Derby County 3–0 2 January 2017 [181]
Jota, Jota  Spain Brentford* Rotherham United 4–2 25 February 2017 [182]
Nugent, DavidDavid Nugent  England Derby County* Fulham 4–2 4 April 2017 [183]
Powell, NickNick Powelldagger  England Wigan Athletic* Barnsley 3–2 13 April 2017 [184]
Hernández, AbelAbel Hernández  Uruguay Hull City* Burton Albion 4–1 12 August 2017 [185]
Hourihane, ConorConor Hourihane  Ireland Aston Villa* Norwich City 4–2 19 August 2017 [186]

Multiple hat-tricks[edit]

The following table lists players who have scored two or more hat-tricks.

Rank Player Hat-tricks
1 England Michael Chopra 4
England Jamie Cureton
England Andy Johnson
England Rickie Lambert
Scotland Ross McCormack
6 England Charlie Austin 3
Republic of Ireland David Connolly
England Dwight Gayle
England Darius Henderson
Scotland Chris Iwelumo
England Dave Kitson
England Glenn Murray
England Kevin Phillips
England James Vaughan
15 England Dean Ashton 2
Scotland Craig Bryson
England Troy Deeney
England Clayton Donaldson
Republic of Ireland Kevin Doyle
Wales Robert Earnshaw
England Nicky Forster
England Matty Fryatt
Jamaica Ricardo Fuller
Benin Rudy Gestede
England Marlon Harewood
Uruguay Abel Hernández
England Grant Holt
England Gary Hooper
Canada Simeon Jackson
England Adam le Fondre
Poland Radosław Majewski
England David Nugent
Scotland Jordan Rhodes
England Marcus Stewart
Portugal Ricardo Vaz Tê
England Peter Whittingham
New Zealand Chris Wood

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