List of Ligue 1 hat-tricks

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Since the inception of the French football league competition, the Ligue 1, in 1948–49, more than 200 players from 41 countries have scored three goals (a hat-trick) or more in a single match. The former French striker Thadée Cisowski is the player with most Ligue 1 hat-tricks in history with 22 records with two clubs Metz and RC Paris, also the most foreign player to record a hat-trick they are the Swedish Gunnar Andersson and Argentine Delio Onnis with 12, as for more than a record of goals in one match they are the Algerian Ahmed Oudjani in a match between RC Lens vs. RC Paris on 8 December 1963 and ended with 10 for two goals and Argentine Carlos Bianchi in a match between Reims and Paris Saint-Germain on 9 August 1974, where they scored six goals for each one.

Hat-tricks[edit]

Key
4 Player scored four goals
5 Player scored five goals
6 Player scored six goals
Scored hat-trick as a substitute Player scored hat-trick as a substitute
* The home team

1940s[edit]

Player Nationality Position For Against Result Date Ref
Jean Grumellon4  France FW Stade Rennais FC Metz* 6–1 22 August 1948 [1]
Roger Planté  France FW RC Strasbourg* FC Nancy 4–2 22 August 1948 [2]
Roger Quenolle  France FW RC Paris SO Montpellier* 4–0 29 August 1948 [3]
André Strappe4  France MF Lille OSC Stade de Reims* 4–2 5 September 1948 [4]
Pierre Flamion4  France FW Stade de Reims* FC Metz 6–1 12 September 1948 [5]
Jean Grumellon  France FW Stade Rennais* FC Nancy 4–0 3 October 1948 [6]
Pierre Bini4  France MF Stade de Reims* SO Montpellier 6–4 3 October 1948 [7]
Paul Perez  France FW OGC Nice* FC Sète 4–1 7 October 1948 [8]
Joseph Humpal  Czechoslovakia FW FC Sochaux* FC Sète 7–0 14 November 1948 [9]
Pierre Dosséna  France FW SO Montpellier* FC Metz 4–1 14 November 1948 [10]
Thadée Cisowski  France FW FC Metz* FC Sochaux 4–1 28 November 1948 [11]
Jean Lauer  France FW AS Saint-Étienne* SR Colmar 5–2 28 November 1948 [12]
Jean Grumellon  France FW Stade Rennais* FC Metz 4–3 5 December 1948 [13]
René Bihel4  France FW Olympique de Marseille CO Roubaix* 10–2 19 December 1948 [14]
Jean Robin  France FW Olympique de Marseille CO Roubaix* 10–2 19 December 1948
Jean Baratte  France FW Lille OSC* SR Colmar 8–0 2 January 1949 [15]
Marcel Lanfranchi  France FW Toulouse FC* AS Saint-Étienne 5–1 16 January 1949 [16]
André Voisembert  France FW FC Nancy* RC Paris 3–1 23 January 1949 [17]
Jean Lechantre  France FW Lille OSC* FC Metz 5–0 23 January 1949 [18]
André Strappe5  France FW Lille OSC* AS Cannes 6–1 20 February 1949 [19]
Pierre Bini  France FW Stade de Reims CO Roubaix* 5–1 13 March 1949 [20]
Abdelkader Hamiri  Morocco FW AS Cannes* SR Colmar 4–2 17 April 1949 [21]
Pierre Bini  France FW Stade de Reims* OGC Nice 6–1 15 May 1949 [22]
Mohamed Mahjoub  Morocco FW Olympique de Marseille* SO Montpellier 6–3 29 May 1949 [23]
Angelo Bollano  Italy MF Olympique de Marseille* FC Bordeaux 3–0 21 August 1949 [24]
Jean Baratte  France FW Lille OSC AS Saint-Étienne* 4–3 21 August 1949 [25]
Edmond Urbanski  France FW Toulouse FC* FC Metz 8–2 11 September 1949 [26]
Christian Bottollier  France FW FC Nancy AS Saint-Étienne* 5–3 18 September 1949 [27]
Jean Grumellon  France FW Stade Rennais SO Montpellier* 6–5 18 September 1949 [28]
Michel Jacques  France FW FC Sochaux* FC Sète 8–1 18 September 1949 [29]
Roger Courtois  France FW FC Sochaux* AS Saint-Étienne 6–2 23 October 1949 [30]
Helge Bronee  Denmark FW FC Nancy* FC Sète 4–0 6 November 1949 [31]
Jean Baratte  France FW Lille OSC* Toulouse FC 4–1 6 November 1949 [32]

1950s[edit]

Player Nationality Position For Against Result Date Ref
Bronislaw Sboralski  Poland FW SO Montpellier* RC Lens 4–2 5 March 1950 [33]
Pierre Flamion  France FW Stade de Reims* RC Strasbourg 6–1 23 March 1950 [34]
Joseph Ujlaki  France FW FC Sète* FC Metz 4–1 23 March 1950 [35]
Christian Bottollier  France FW FC Nancy* FC Metz 7–2 30 April 1950 [36]
Thadée Cisowski  France FW FC Metz* RC Strasbourg 6–3 21 May 1950 [37]
Pierre Wadoux  France MF RC Paris CO Roubaix* 3–1 21 May 1950 [38]
Jean Combot  France FW Stade rennais* AS Saint-Étienne 6–0 27 August 1950 [39]
Jean Baratte  France FW Lille OSC FC Sochaux* 4–0 3 September 1950 [40]
Albert Gudmundsson  Iceland MF RC Paris CO Roubaix* 4–1 3 September 1950 [41]
Geoffrey Taylor  England MF Stade rennais OGC Nice* 6–3 3 September 1950 [42]
Jean Grumellon  France FW Stade rennais* Toulouse FC 6–0 10 September 1950 [43]
Abraham Appel  Netherlands FW Stade de Reims Toulouse FC* 3–1 29 October 1950 [44]
Jean Tamini   Switzerland FW AS Saint-Étienne RC Strasbourg* 6–2 19 November 1950 [45]
Jean Courteaux  France FW RC Strasbourg* OGC Nice 4–1 26 November 1950 [46]
Roger Piantoni  France FW FC Nancy* RC Lens 4–2 24 December 1950 [47]
Jean Saunier  France FW Le Havre AC RC Strasbourg* 4–1 11 February 1951 [48]
Robert Gangloff  France FW RC Strasbourg* RC Paris 3–0 18 February 1951 [49]
Charles Wagner  France FW Olympique de Marseille* AS Saint-Étienne 7–0 4 March 1951 [50]
Per Uno Bengtsson  Sweden FW OGC Nice* RC Paris 3–0 11 March 1951 [51]
Léon Deladerrière  France FW FC Nancy* Olympique de Marseille 5–1 11 March 1951 [52]
Roger Piantoni5  France FW FC Nancy* Le Havre AC 6–1 1 April 1951 [53]
Per Uno Bengtsson  Sweden FW OGC Nice* RC Lens 5–0 1 April 1951 [54]
René Alpsteg4  France FW AS Saint-Étienne* Toulouse FC 4–0 22 April 1951 [55]
Jean-Jacques Kretzschmar  France FW CO Roubaix* FC Sète 6–0 29 April 1951 [56]
Léon Deladerrière4  France FW FC Nancy* Stade rennais 5–3 6 May 1951 [57]
Jean Levandowski  France FW RC Lens RC Paris* 3–1 20 May 1951 [58]
Gunnar Andersson  Sweden FW Olympique de Marseille* FC Bordeaux 3–3 20 May 1951 [59]
Émile Antonio  France FW FC Sète* RC Paris 5–1 27 May 1951 [60]
Roger Piantoni  France FW FC Nancy RC Strasbourg* 5–1 27 May 1951 [61]
Jean Baratte  France FW Lille OSC* Stade rennais 9–1 2 September 1951 [62]
André Strappe  France MF Lille OSC* Stade rennais 9–1 2 September 1951 [63]
René Alpsteg4  France FW AS Saint-Étienne Olympique de Marseille* 10–3 16 September 1951 [64]
Gunnar Andersson  Sweden FW Olympique de Marseille* AS Saint-Étienne 3–10 16 September 1951
Jacques Foix  France FW RC Paris* Olympique de Marseille 5–1 23 September 1951 [65]
Édouard Kargu  France FW FC Bordeaux* Olympique lyonnais 6–1 30 September 1951 [66]
Edmond Plewa  France FW FC Nancy* Stade rennais 9–1 18 November 1951 [67]
Roger Piantoni4  France FW FC Nancy* Stade rennais 9–1 18 November 1951
Per Uno Bengtsson  Sweden FW OGC Nice* Olympique lyonnais 6–1 4 November 1951 [68]
Jacques Foix  France FW RC Paris* Stade de Reims 5–2 11 November 1951 [69]
Abraham Appel  Netherlands FW Stade de Reims* Olympique de Marseille 8–1 25 November 1951 [70]
Raymond Kopa  France MF Stade de Reims* Olympique de Marseille 8–1 25 November 1951
Bertus de Harder  Netherlands FW FC Bordeaux* AS Saint-Étienne 9–0 25 November 1951 [71]
André Lukac  Czechoslovakia FW FC Bordeaux* AS Saint-Étienne 9–0 25 November 1951
Léon Deladerrière4  France FW FC Nancy* RC Paris 6–3 2 December 1951 [72]
Wilhelm van Lent  Netherlands FW RC Lens* RC Strasbourg 5–1 2 December 1951 [73]
Bertus de Harder  Netherlands FW FC Bordeaux* Olympique de Marseille 6–1 2 December 1951 [74]
Jean Vincent  France FW Lille OSC* FC Sochaux 7–3 9 December 1951 [75]
Gunnar Andersson  Sweden FW Olympique de Marseille* FC Metz 4–0 30 December 1951 [76]
Jean Saunier  France FW Le Havre AC RC Paris* 6–2 30 December 1951 [77]
Albert Gudmundsson  Iceland FW RC Paris* Olympique lyonnais 4–0 20 January 1952 [78]
Marcel Rouvière  France FW Nîmes Olympique* AS Saint-Étienne 5–1 27 January 1952 [79]
Lucien genet  France FW Olympique lyonnais* RC Lens 4–1 20 March 1952 [80]
Thadée Cisowski  France FW FC Metz* CO Roubaix 3–0 23 March 1952 [81]
Léon Deladerrière  France FW FC Nancy Lille OSC* 3–0 23 March 1952 [82]
Bertus de Harder  Netherlands FW FC Bordeaux* RC Lens 4–1 30 March 1952 [83]
Marcel Rouvière5  France FW Nîmes Olympique* Stade rennais 7–0 11 May 1952 [84]
Gunnar Andersson  Sweden FW Olympique de Marseille* FC Bordeaux 6–0 18 May 1952 [85]
Jean louis reignier  France FW FC Sochaux Stade de Reims* 5–1 18 May 1952 [86]
Robert Baucomont  France MF Stade français FC Sochaux* 3–1 11 September 1952 [87]
Marcel Rouvière  France FW Nîmes Olympique* SO Montpellier 4–2 11 September 1952 [88]
François Ludo  France DF RC Lens* Stade rennais 5–0 12 October 1952 [89]
Gunnar Andersson4  Sweden FW Olympique de Marseille* FC Nancy 4–3 5 October 1952 [90]
Roger Vandooren4  France FW Stade français* RC Paris 5–0 26 October 1952 [91]
Abdesselem Ben Mohammed  France FW FC Bordeaux* Nîmes Olympique 3–2 23 November 1952 [92]
Gunnar Andersson  Sweden FW Olympique de Marseille* CO Roubaix 4–2 14 December 1952 [93]
Georges Dupraz  France FW SO Montpellier Stade français* 4–2 21 December 1952 [94]
Abdesselem Ben Mohammed  France FW FC Bordeaux* Stade rennais 7–0 4 January 1953 [95]
Édouard Salzborn  France MF FC Sochaux* FC Bordeaux 8–2 11 January 1953 [96]
Gunnar Andersson  Sweden FW Olympique de Marseille* FC Bordeaux 3–0 25 January 1953 [97]
Armando da Silva Martins  Brazil MF RC Lens* FC Sochaux 5–1 22 March 1953 [98]
Abdesselem Ben Mohammed  France FW FC Bordeaux* SO Montpellier 6–0 22 March 1953 [99]
Abraham Appel  Netherlands FW Stade de Reims Stade français* 5–1 17 May 1953 [100]
Édouard Kargu  France FW FC Bordeaux* FC Sète 3–0 24 May 1953 [101]
André Schwager  France FW Nîmes Olympique Olympique de Marseille* 4–0 23 August 1953 [102]
Jean-Paul Derousseau  France MF Lille OSC* OGC Nice 3–1 6 September 1953 [103]
Julien Stopyra  France FW RC Lens* Nîmes Olympique 4–1 27 September 1953 [104]
Gunnar Andersson  Sweden FW Olympique de Marseille* AS Monaco FC 5–1 11 October 1953 [105]
Michel Hidalgo  France MF Le Havre AC FC Sète* 4–4 11 October 1953 [106]
Édouard Kargu4  France FW FC Bordeaux* AS Monaco FC 4–3 25 October 1953 [107]
Wilhelm van Lent  Netherlands FW RC Lens* Olympique de Marseille 4–1 25 October 1953 [108]
Gunnar Andersson  Sweden FW Olympique de Marseille* RC Strasbourg 5–1 15 November 1953 [109]
René Linkenheld  France FW FC Metz* CO Roubaix 4–2 13 December 1953 [110]
Ferenc Kocsur  France MF AS Saint-Étienne* FC Nancy 3–1 13 December 1953 [111]
Robert Bahl  France FW CO Roubaix* Nîmes Olympique 4–2 27 December 1953 [112]
Just Fontaine5  France FW OGC Nice* RC Lens 6–1 3 January 1954 [113]
Eduardo Di Loreto  Argentina FW Le Havre AC* FC Sète 10–0 31 January 1954 [114]
Jean-Jacques Kretzschmar  France FW FC Sète AS Saint-Étienne* 3–6 28 February 1954 [115]
Roger Scotti  France MF Olympique de Marseille OGC Nice* 4–2 21 March 1954 [116]
Eduardo Di Loreto  Argentina FW Le Havre AC FC Bordeaux* 4–1 21 March 1954 [117]
Édouard Salzborn  France MF FC Sochaux* RC Strasbourg 7–1 15 April 1954 [118]
Ake Hjalmarsson  Sweden FW Olympique lyonnais OGC Nice* 3–7 22 August 1954 [119]
Jean Vincent  France FW Lille OSC* RC Paris 6–0 22 August 1954 [120]
Ernst Stojaspal  Austria FW RC Strasbourg FC Nancy* 5–1 22 August 1954 [121]
Gunnar Andersson  Sweden FW Olympique de Marseille* CO Roubaix 5–2 5 September 1954 [122]
Karl Decker  Austria MF FC Sochaux* RC Paris 3–2 9 September 1954 [123]
Ernst Stojaspal  Austria FW RC Strasbourg* OGC Nice 7–1 12 September 1954 [124]
Bart Carlier  Netherlands FW RC Strasbourg* OGC Nice 7–1 12 September 1954 [125]
Édouard Kargu  France FW FC Bordeaux* OGC Nice 7–2 26 September 1954 [126]
Jacques Foix4  France FW AS Saint-Étienne* RC Strasbourg 5–1 3 October 1954 [127]
Pierre Flamion4  France FW AS Troyes CO Roubaix* 6–1 24 October 1954 [128]
Abdesselem Ben Mohammed  France FW FC Bordeaux* Lille OSC 4–2 21 November 1954 [129]
Jacques Faivre  France FW FC Sochaux* Olympique de Marseille 4–0 12 December 1954 [130]
Erich Habitzl  Austria MF RC Lens* FC Sochaux 6–2 16 January 1955 [131]
Ernst Stojaspal  Austria FW RC Strasbourg* AS Saint-Étienne 5–0 13 February 1955 [132]
Alberto Muro  Argentina FW FC Sochaux* CO Roubaix 5–0 23 January 1955 [133]
René Bliard  France FW Stade de Reims RC Paris* 5–2 13 February 1955 [134]
Bruno Zboralski  France FW RC Lens* CO Roubaix 4–3 20 February 1955 [135]
Jean Hédiart  France FW FC Nancy* AS Troyes 4–1 20 February 1955 [136]
Mohammed Abderrazack  Morocco FW OGC Nice* FC Sochaux 4–0 27 February 1955 [137]
Édouard Kargu  France FW FC Bordeaux AS Troyes* 3–1 20 March 1955 [138]
Roger Piantoni  France FW FC Nancy* FC Metz 7–0 20 March 1955 [139]
Stéphane Bruey  France FW AS Monaco FC* RC Lens 6–0 20 March 1955 [140]
Joseph Emile Lorentz  France FW FC Nancy FC Bordeaux* 3–2 10 April 1955 [141]
Pierre Flamion  France FW AS Troyes* Olympique de Marseille 4–2 24 April 1955 [142]
Thadée Cisowski  France FW RC Paris Nîmes Olympique* 5–1 21 August 1955 [143]
Thadée Cisowski  France FW RC Paris RC Strasbourg* 4–1 11 September 1955 [144]
Laurent Robuschi  France FW AS Monaco FC AS Troyes* 5–2 11 September 1955 [145]
François Milazzo  France MF OGC Nice* Lille OSC 7–1 18 September 1955 [146]
René Bliard  France FW Stade de Reims* FC Bordeaux 3–0 30 October 1955 [147]
Henri Skiba4  France FW RC Strasbourg Toulouse FC* 4–4 30 October 1955 [148]
Antoine Keller  France FW FC Nancy* CS Sedan 4–2 30 October 1955 [149]
Gérard Bourbotte  France FW Lille OSC* AS Troyes 4–0 6 November 1955 [150]
Hassan Akesbi4  Morocco FW Nîmes Olympique* AS Troyes 5–2 13 November 1955 [151]
Gunnar Andersson  Sweden FW Olympique de Marseille Lille OSC* 3–0 11 December 1955 [152]
Abdesselem Ben Mohammed  France FW Nîmes Olympique* AS Monaco FC 6–2 15 January 1956 [153]
Robert Lemaître  France DF Lille OSC* RC Paris 6–1 22 January 1956 [154]
Thadée Cisowski  France FW RC Paris Olympique de Marseille* 4–1 18 March 1956 [155]
Ernest Schultz  France FW Olympique lyonnais AS Troyes* 3–1 18 March 1956 [156]
Thadée Cisowski  France FW RC Paris FC Bordeaux* 4–1 1 April 1956 [157]
Michel Hidalgo  France MF Stade de Reims* RC Strasbourg 6–2 22 April 1956 [158]
René Bliard  France FW Stade de Reims AS Troyes* 3–2 1 May 1956 [159]
Rachid Mekloufi  Algeria FW AS Saint-Étienne Girondins de Bordeaux* 3–4 1 May 1956 [160]
Bernard Lefèvre  France MF Lille OSC AS Troyes* 6–1 20 May 1956 [161]
Egon Jönsson  Sweden MF RC Lens FC Metz* 5–1 19 August 1956 [162]
Rachid Mekloufi  Algeria FW AS Saint-Étienne* Olympique de Marseille 6–3 26 August 1956 [163]
Thadée Cisowski4  France FW RC Paris* Angers SCO 6–2 26 August 1956 [164]
Just Fontaine  France FW Stade de Reims* AS Monaco FC 5–1 4 September 1956 [165]
Henri Skiba  France FW RC Strasbourg* US Valenciennes 6–0 9 September 1956 [166]
Eugène N'Jo Léa  Cameroon FW AS Saint-Étienne CS Sedan* 6–2 16 September 1956 [167]
Thadée Cisowski4  France FW RC Paris* RC Lens 5–0 16 September 1956 [168]
Rachid Mekloufi  Algeria FW AS Saint-Étienne Stade de Reims* 5–4 30 September 1956 [169]
Just Fontaine  France FW Stade de Reims* AS Saint-Étienne 4–5 30 September 1956 [170]
Thadée Cisowski  France FW RC Paris* FC Nancy 6–1 30 September 1956 [171]
René Dereuddre  France MF Toulouse FC* Angers SCO* 5–2 28 October 1956 [172]
Abdelhamid Bouchouk  Algeria FW Toulouse FC* Stade Rennais 6–0 18 November 1956 [173]
Thadée Cisowski  France FW RC Paris FC Sochaux* 5–3 18 November 1956 [174]
Eugène N'Jo Léa  Cameroon FW AS Saint-Étienne* FC Sochaux 6–0 25 November 1956 [175]
Rachid Mekloufi  Algeria FW AS Saint-Étienne* FC Sochaux 6–0 25 November 1956 [176]
Antoine Keller  France FW AS Monaco FC RC Strasbourg* 4–2 25 November 1956 [177]
Ginès Liron4  France FW FC Sochaux* RC Strasbourg 6–0 9 December 1956 [178]
Egon Jönsson  Sweden MF RC Lens* Toulouse FC 4–1 16 December 1956 [179]
Christian Amand  France FW OGC Nice* Nîmes Olympique 5–2 6 January 1957 [180]
Jean marie courtin  France FW RC Lens* FC Sochaux 3–1 10 February 1957 [181]
Gunnar Andersson4  Sweden FW Olympique de Marseille* AS Saint-Étienne 3–4 17 March 1957 [182]
Rachid Mekloufi  Algeria FW AS Saint-Étienne Olympique de Marseille* 3–4 17 March 1957 [183]
Egon Jönsson  Sweden MF RC Lens Nîmes Olympique* 3–2 31 March 1957 [184]
Bruno Bollini  France DF/MF RC Paris* Toulouse FC 6–2 12 May 1957 [185]
Hassan Akesbi  Morocco FW Nîmes Olympique* Angers SCO 3–1 12 May 1957 [186]
Édouard Stako  France MF US Valenciennes FC Nancy* 4–1 12 May 1957 [187]
Thadée Cisowski  France FW RC Paris* FC Sochaux 6–4 18 August 1957 [188]
Serge roy  France FW AS Monaco FC* FC Sochaux 5–2 25 August 1957 [189]
Léon Glovacki  France FW AS Monaco FC* Stade de Reims 3–0 8 September 1957 [190]
Alberto Muro  Argentina FW OGC Nice* CS Sedan 8–0 15 September 1957 [191]
Jacques Foix  France FW OGC Nice* CS Sedan 8–0 15 September 1957 [192]
Just Fontaine  France FW Stade de Reims* Olympique lyonnais 4–0 15 September 1957 [193]
Just Fontaine  France FW Stade de Reims* AS Béziers 5–0 29 September 1957 [194]
Serge roy  France FW AS Monaco FC* US Valenciennes 4–0 13 October 1957 [195]
Thadée Cisowski  France FW RC Paris US Valenciennes* 5–0 1 November 1957 [196]
Just Fontaine  France FW Stade de Reims* Olympique Alès 4–2 24 November 1957 [197]
Jean guillot  France MF/FW RC Paris* CS Sedan 4–2 1 December 1957 [198]
Fernand Devlaminck4  France FW Lille OSC* AS Béziers 10–1 8 December 1957 [199]
François Heutte  France FW Lille OSC* AS Béziers 10–1 8 December 1957 [200]
Abdelhamid Kermali  Algeria FW Olympique Lyonnais RC Paris* 4–2 29 December 1957 [201]
Yngve Brodd5  Sweden FW FC Sochaux* RC Paris 5–0 5 January 1958 [202]
Henri Skiba  France FW Nîmes Olympique* Olympique de Marseille 5–0 5 January 1958 [203]
Just Fontaine  France FW Stade de Reims* FC Sochaux 3–1 9 February 1958 [204]
Just Fontaine  France FW Stade de Reims RC Paris* 5–1 16 February 1958 [205]
Célestin Oliver  France FW CS Sedan* AS Béziers 8–4 16 February 1958 [206]
Joseph Ujlaki  France FW OGC Nice* FC Sochaux 4–3 23 February 1958 [207]
Roger Piantoni4  France FW Stade de Reims CS Sedan* 5–2 23 March 1958 [208]
François Milazzo  France MF OGC Nice* AS Saint-Étienne 6–1 1 May 1958 [209]
Just Fontaine4  France FW Stade de Reims US Valenciennes* 6–0 1 May 1958 [210]
Jean Tokpa  Ivory Coast FW Olympique Alès FC Sochaux* 5–4 17 August 1958 [211]
Ignace Wognin  Ivory Coast FW Angers SCO* US Valenciennes 4–0 17 August 1958 [212]
Roger Piantoni  France FW Stade de Reims FC Nancy* 5–3 17 August 1958 [213]
Thadée Cisowski  France FW RC Paris* FC Nancy 4–4 24 August 1958 [214]
Just Fontaine4  France FW Stade de Reims* Stade rennais 4–0 27 August 1958 [215]
Thadée Cisowski4  France FW RC Paris Lille OSC* 6–1 27 August 1958 [216]
Antoine Cuissard  France MF Stade rennais* Angers SCO 3–0 31 August 1958 [217]
Thadée Cisowski  France FW RC Paris* RC Lens 5–0 31 August 1958 [218]
Maxime Fulgenzy4  France FW CS Sedan* AS Saint-Étienne 5–0 7 September 1958 [219]
Henri Skiba  France FW Nîmes Olympique Olympique Alès* 4–0 27 September 1958 [220]
Hassan Akesbi  Morocco FW Nîmes Olympique RC Strasbourg* 5–1 19 October 1958 [221]
Fernand Devlaminck4  France FW Lille OSC* US Valenciennes 6–1 2 November 1958 [222]
Roger Piantoni5  France FW Stade de Reims Olympique Alès* 6–3 16 November 1958 [223]
Alain Jubert  France FW FC Nancy* Olympique lyonnais 4–3 4 January 1959 [224]
Hassan Akesbi  Morocco FW Nîmes Olympique Toulouse FC* 4–2 15 February 1959 [225]
Michel Lefèbvre  France MF CS Sedan* US Valenciennes 4–0 15 February 1959 [226]
Monday Ossey  Gabon FW Limoges FC* Lille OSC 5–0 8 March 1959 [227]
Thadée Cisowski  France FW RC Paris* Olympique Alès 5–2 8 March 1959 [228]
Claude Bourrigault  France MF Angers SCO Nîmes Olympique* 3–5 8 March 1959 [229]
Victor Nurenberg  Luxembourg FW OGC Nice Stade Rennais* 3–0 5 April 1959 [230]
Mahi Khennane  Algeria FW Stade Rennais* CS Sedan 3–1 26 April 1959 [231]
Jacques Foix  France FW OGC Nice AS Saint-Étienne* 4–3 7 May 1959 [232]
Thadée Cisowski4  France FW RC Paris* Lille OSC 7–2 10 May 1959 [233]
Victor Nurenberg  Luxembourg FW OGC Nice* FC Sochaux 5–0 10 May 1959 [234]
Michel Lafranceschina  France FW RC Lens Olympique Alès* 6–2 24 May 1959 [235]
Just Fontaine  France FW Stade de Reims* FC Sochaux 4–1 16 August 1959 [236]
Thadée Cisowski4  France FW RC Paris* Le Havre AC 9–0 23 August 1959 [237]
Keita Omar Barrou  Mali FW OGC Nice* FC Sochaux 3–0 23 August 1959 [238]
Henri Skiba4  France FW Nîmes Olympique* SC Toulon 4–1 23 August 1959 [239]
Pierre Dumas  France MF Stade français RC Strasbourg* 5–2 23 August 1959 [240]
Jean Tokpa5  Ivory Coast FW RC Paris* SC Toulon 7–1 6 September 1959 [241]
Hassan Akesbi  Morocco FW Nîmes Olympique* AS Monaco FC 5–1 16 September 1959 [242]
Robert Bérard  France FW Stade de Reims RC Lens* 5–2 20 September 1959 [243]
Just Fontaine4  France FW Stade de Reims* FC Bordeaux 8–2 4 October 1959 [244]
Roger Piantoni4  France FW Stade de Reims* FC Bordeaux 8–2 4 October 1959 [245]
Hassan Akesbi4  Morocco FW Nîmes Olympique* OGC Nice 5–1 4 October 1959 [246]
Ginès Liron  France FW AS Saint-Étienne* RC Strasbourg 7–3 4 October 1959 [247]
Yvon-Raymond Lubiato  France FW US Valenciennes* Toulouse FC 5–3 11 October 1959 [248]
Laurent Robuschi  France MF/FW FC Bordeaux* FC Sochaux 6–4 11 October 1959 [249]
Thadée Cisowski  France FW RC Paris Stade français* 3–3 18 October 1959 [250]
Yvon-Raymond Lubiato  France FW US Valenciennes FC Bordeaux* 7–3 25 October 1959 [251]
Michel Hidalgo  France MF AS Monaco FC* FC Bordeaux 5–0 29 October 1959 [252]
Just Fontaine  France FW Stade de Reims AS Saint-Étienne* 5–2 1 November 1959 [253]
Keita Omar Barrou4  Mali FW OGC Nice* SC Toulon 4–2 1 November 1959 [254]
Joseph Ujlaki  France FW RC Paris* FC Sochaux 8–0 29 November 1959 [255]
Ernest Schultz  France FW Toulouse FC CS Sedan* 4–3 29 November 1959 [256]
Laurent Robuschi  France MF/FW FC Bordeaux* AS Monaco FC 4–2 6 December 1959 [257]
Monday Ossey  Gabon FW Stade rennais* RC Strasbourg 4–0 27 December 1959 [258]

1960s[edit]

Player Nationality Position For Against Result Date Ref
Egon Jönsson  Sweden MF SC Toulon Stade rennais* 3–3 31 January 1960 [259]
Guy Hatchi  France MF Limoges FC* RC Strasbourg 8–0 17 January 1960 [260]
Ahmed Oudjani  Algeria FW RC Lens* FC Bordeaux 3–1 7 February 1960 [261]
Thadée Cisowski  France FW RC Paris SC Toulon* 3–1 21 February 1960 [262]
Thadée Cisowski  France FW RC Paris* US Valenciennes 6–4 1 May 1960 [263]
Roger Piantoni  France FW Stade de Reims* Le Havre AC 8–2 29 May 1960 [264]
François Heutte  France FW RC Paris FC Sochaux* 6–3 29 May 1960 [265]
Eugène N'Jo Léa  Cameroon FW Olympique lyonnais* Stade rennais 4–0 27 August 1960 [266]
Petrus van Rhijn  Netherlands FW Stade français* AS Saint-Étienne 5–0 27 August 1960 [267]
Mohamed Salem  Algeria FW CS Sedan* FC Rouen 4–0 27 August 1960 [268]
François Heutte  France FW RC Paris* FC Grenoble 6–3 4 September 1960 [269]
Héctor De Bourgoing  Argentina
 France
MF OGC Nice Stade français* 1–3 15 September 1960 [270]
Alphonse Cassar  France MF Nîmes Olympique CS Sedan* 1–3 15 September 1960 [271]
Jean Vincent  France FW Stade de Reims* Nîmes Olympique 5–1 6 November 1960 [272]
Antoine Keller  France FW AS Troyes* Stade français 5–3 6 November 1960 [273]
Lucien Cossou  France FW AS Monaco* Stade rennais 3–0 11 November 1960 [274]
Mohamed Salem  Algeria FW CS Sedan* FC Grenoble 3–0 27 November 1960 [275]
André Hess  France MF AS Monaco FC Nancy* 4–0 27 November 1960 [276]
Héctor De Bourgoing  Argentina
 France
MF OGC Nice AS Troyes* 5–0 25 December 1960 [277]
Yvon Goujon  France MF Limoges FC* Stade français 4–3 21 January 1961 [278]
Jacques Meyer  France FW FC Rouen* Toulouse FC 7–0 5 February 1961 [279]
Antoine Keller  France FW AS Troyes* CS Sedan 3–7 5 February 1961 [280]
Maxime Fulgenzy  France FW CS Sedan AS Troyes* 7–3 5 February 1961 [281]
Yannick Lebert  France FW CS Sedan AS Troyes* 7–3 5 February 1961 [282]
Jean-Jacques Marcel  France MF RC Paris* Limoges FC 3–1 19 March 1961 [283]
Jacques Faivre  France FW Stade rennais* RC Lens 4–2 19 March 1961 [284]
Alberto Muro  France FW FC Nancy Nîmes Olympique* 4–3 23 April 1961 [285]
Yvon Douis  France FW Le Havre AC* AS Troyes 5–2 11 May 1961 [286]
Jean-Claude Lavaud  France DF Stade rennais* Olympique lyonnais 6–1 14 May 1961 [287]
Edmond Boulle  France FW FC Grenoble* CS Sedan 6–3 4 June 1961 [288]
Joseph Ujlaki  France FW RC Paris* Angers SCO 4–3 27 August 1961 [289]
Roger Piantoni  France FW Stade de Reims* RC Lens 4–1 20 August 1961 [290]
Jean-Jacques Marcel  France MF RC Paris* Le Havre AC 4–1 10 September 1961 [291]
Lucien Cossou  France FW AS Monaco* SO Montpellier 5–3 1 October 1961 [292]
Michel Perchey4  France FW Nîmes Olympique RC Paris* 4–0 22 October 1961 [293]
Gérard Leroy  France MF FC Sochaux* Le Havre AC 6–1 1 November 1961 [294]
Michel Lafranceschina  France FW RC Lens* SO Montpellier 5–1 1 November 1961 [295]
Joseph Ujlaki  France FW RC Paris* FC Metz 11–2 23 November 1961 [296]
François Heutte  France FW RC Paris* FC Metz 11–2 23 November 1961 [297]
Yvon Goujon  France MF Stade rennais* AS Monaco 4–6 14 January 1962 [298]
Serge roy  France FW AS Monaco Stade rennais* 6–4 14 January 1962 [299]
Casimir Koza  France FW RC Strasbourg RC Paris* 3–3 11 February 1962 [300]
Casimir Koza  France FW RC Strasbourg* Olympique lyonnais 5–2 26 February 1962 [301]
Alain Jubert  France FW Toulouse FC* RC Strasbourg 4–1 28 March 1962 [302]
Jean-Pierre Thomas  France FW Angers SCO* Nîmes Olympique 8–3 1 April 1962 [303]
Jacques Foix  France FW Toulouse FC* FC Sochaux 6–1 22 April 1962 [304]
Paul Sauvage  France FW Stade de Reims* RC Strasbourg 5–1 20 May 1962 [305]
Sékou Touré  Ivory Coast FW SO Montpellier* AS Saint-Étienne 4–3 20 May 1962 [306]
Hassan Akesbi  Morocco FW Stade de Reims* Olympique lyonnais 5–1 26 August 1962 [307]
Claude Dubaële  France MF/FW Stade de Reims* FC Nancy 5–1 19 September 1962 [308]
Yvon Giner  France FW OGC Nice* SO Montpellier 3–1 23 September 1962 [309]
Hassan Akesbi  Morocco FW Stade de Reims FC Grenoble* 3–0 4 October 1962 [310]
Angel Segurola  Spain FW FC Bordeaux RC Lens* 3–3 13 October 1962 [311]
Ahmed Oudjani  Algeria FW RC Lens Olympique de Marseille* 3–3 14 October 1962 [312]
Hassan Akesbi  Morocco FW Stade de Reims* Stade français 6–2 1 November 1962 [313]
Serge Masnaghetti  France FW US Valenciennes* RC Paris 4–0 18 November 1962 [314]
Néstor Combin  France FW Olympique lyonnais RC Strasbourg* 3–0 18 November 1962 [315]
Guy Van Sam  France FW RC Paris* Stade de Reims 3–3 25 November 1962 [316]
Serge Masnaghetti  France FW US Valenciennes SO Montpellier* 4–0 25 November 1962 [317]
Lucien Cossou4  France MF AS Monaco* Stade rennais 5–0 2 December 1962 [318]
Aimé Gori5  France MF FC Bordeaux* Stade rennais 6–0 30 December 1962 [319]
Maryan Wisnieski  France FW RC Lens FC Nancy* 3–1 30 December 1962 [320]
Lucien Cossou  France FW AS Monaco* Stade de Reims 5–2 7 January 1963 [321]
Roger Piantoni  France FW Stade de Reims* FC Rouen 4–0 13 January 1963 [322]
Guy Van Sam  France FW RC Paris* Olympique de Marseille 3–0 27 January 1963 [323]
Ramon Muller  Argentina FW RC Strasbourg* OGC Nice 7–0 27 January 1963 [324]
Rachid Mekloufi  Algeria FW AS Saint-Étienne* US Boulogne 4–3 10 February 1963 [325]
Héctor De Bourgoing  Argentina
 France
MF OGC Nice RC Paris* 4–3 17 March 1963 [326]
Mohamed Salem  Algeria FW CS Sedan RC Strasbourg* 5–1 24 March 1963 [327]
Rachid Mekloufi  Algeria FW AS Saint-Étienne CA Paris* 4–0 7 April 1963 [328]
Giovanni Pellegrini  France FW Stade rennais* RC Lens 4–2 7 April 1963 [329]
Yvon Douis  France FW AS Monaco* OGC Nice 6–2 7 April 1963 [330]
Rachid Mekloufi  Algeria FW AS Saint-Étienne* SC Toulon 3–1 21 April 1963 [331]
Jean-Pierre Thomas  France FW Angers SCO RC Paris* 4–2 21 April 1963 [332]
Salah Djebaïli4  Algeria MF Nîmes Olympique* OGC Nice 6–3 21 April 1963 [333]
Ahmed Oudjani  Algeria FW RC Lens* Olympique de Marseille 8–1 28 April 1963 [334]
Lucien Cossou  France FW AS Monaco Toulouse FC* 5–0 1 May 1963 [335]
Serge Masnaghetti  France FW US Valenciennes Stade français* 3–1 1 May 1963 [336]
Maurice Charpentier5  France MF RC Paris* SO Montpellier 9–1 19 May 1963 [337]
Néstor Combin  France FW Olympique lyonnais OGC Nice* 5–3 19 May 1963 [338]
Mahi Khennane  Algeria FW Toulouse FC* US Valenciennes 5–1 25 May 1963 [339]
Edmond Baraffe  France FW Toulouse FC OGC Nice* 4–2 1 September 1963 [340]
Ángel Rambert  France FW Olympique lyonnais* AS Saint-Étienne 4–5 22 September 1963 [341]
Jean Deloffre  France MF RC Lens* Stade français 3–0 6 October 1963 [342]
Héctor De Bourgoing  Argentina
 France
MF FC Bordeaux* OGC Nice 6–2 13 November 1963 [343]
Bert Carlier  Netherlands FW AS Monaco* Toulouse FC 5–0 13 November 1963 [344]
Francis Magny  France FW RC Paris* Nîmes Olympique 5–0 17 November 1963 [345]
Néstor Combin  France FW Olympique Lyonnais* AS Monaco 5–1 24 November 1963 [346]
Ahmed Oudjani6  Algeria FW RC Lens* RC Paris 10–2 8 December 1963 [347]
Roger Lemerre  France DF CS Sedan* OGC Nice 8–1 15 December 1963 [348]
Lucien Cossou4  France FW AS Monaco* RC Lens 5–0 29 December 1963 [349]
André Guy4  France FW AS Saint-Étienne* Toulouse FC 7–1 26 January 1964 [350]
Néstor Combin  France FW Olympique lyonnais* Stade rennais 4–1 23 February 1964 [351]
Jean Deloffre4  France MF RC Lens* FC Bordeaux 8–1 8 March 1964 [352]
Serge Masnaghetti  France FW US Valenciennes FC Bordeaux* 3–0 15 March 1964 [353]
Salah Djebaïli  Algeria MF Nîmes Olympique* Stade rennais 3–1 15 March 1964 [354]
Fleury Di Nallo  France FW Olympique lyonnais* RC Paris 5–1 5 April 1964 [355]
Jacques Foix  France FW AS Saint-Étienne* FC Bordeaux 4–0 29 April 1964 [356]
Jacques Simon  France MF FC Nantes* FC Rouen 7–1 29 April 1964 [357]
Joseph Bonnel  France MF US Valenciennes* FC Rouen 3–0 30 August 1964 [358]
Francis Magny  France FW Lille OSC* AS Monaco 3–0 6 September 1964 [359]
Serge Tulik  France FW Angers SCO Lille OSC* 4–3 22 November 1964 [360]
Serge Masnaghetti  France FW US Valenciennes* AS Monaco 3–0 29 November 1964 [361]
Paul Sauvage4  France FW US Valenciennes* RC Lens 6–1 7 February 1965 [362]
Rafael Santos  Argentina FW FC Nantes* Toulouse FC 3–0 21 March 1965 [363]
José Farías  Argentina MF RC Strasbourg FC Rouen* 3–1 28 March 1965 [364]
Yvon Douis  France FW AS Monaco SC Toulon* 6–0 25 April 1965 [365]
Edmond Baraffe  France FW Toulouse FC Nîmes Olympique* 4–0 8 May 1965 [366]
Jean Guillot  France FW FC Nantes* Olympique lyonnais 3–0 8 May 1965 [367]
Daniel Rodighiéro  France FW Stade rennais* FC Rouen 4–0 16 May 1965 [368]
Philippe Gondet  France FW FC Nantes* RC Lens 4–2 28 August 1965 [369]
Robert Herbin5  France MF AS Saint-Étienne AS Cannes* 8–2 10 September 1965 [370]
Fleury Di Nallo  France FW Olympique lyonnais* Lille OSC 6–3 10 September 1965 [371]
Robert Traba  France FW Olympique lyonnais* Lille OSC 6–3 10 September 1965 [372]
José Farías  Argentina MF RC Strasbourg* Red Star FC 7–1 10 September 1965 [373]
Claude Brény  France FW CS Sedan* AS Cannes 3–1 18 September 1965 [374]
Philippe Gondet4  France FW FC Nantes* Red Star FC 7–2 20 October 1965 [375]
Michel Lafranceschina  France FW FC Sochaux* Olympique lyonnais 7–2 24 October 1965 [376]
Rachid Mekloufi  Algeria FW AS Saint-Étienne* Lille OSC 7–4 24 October 1965 [377]
Maryan Wisnieski  France FW AS Saint-Étienne* Lille OSC 7–4 24 October 1965 [378]
André Guy  France FW Lille OSC AS Saint-Étienne* 4–7 24 October 1965 [379]
Mohamed Lekkak  Algeria FW FC Rouen CS Sedan* 4–4 11 November 1965 [380]
Bernard Lech  France MF RC Lens* Stade rennais 4–1 14 November 1965 [381]
Philippe Gondet  France FW FC Nantes AS Monaco* 3–1 5 December 1965 [382]
Robert Herbin4  France MF AS Saint-Étienne Red Star FC* 5–1 5 December 1965 [383]
Jean-Pierre Serra  France FW/MF OGC Nice* FC Sochaux 3–1 19 December 1965 [384]
Georges Lech  France FW RC Lens FC Rouen* 3–1 20 February 1966 [385]
Hervé Revelli  France FW AS Saint-Étienne* Angers SCO 4–0 27 February 1966 [386]
Roger Moy  France DF/MF Red Star FC* Lille OSC 6–4 23 April 1966 [387]
Rafael Santos  Argentina FW OGC Nice* Angers SCO 5–2 23 April 1966 [388]
Philippe Gondet  France FW FC Nantes* Stade rennais 4–0 23 April 1966 [389]
André Guy  France FW Lille OSC* US Valenciennes 6–1 30 April 1966 [390]
Pierre Dorsini  France FW Toulouse FC* AS Cannes 6–1 30 April 1966 [391]
Didier Couécou4  France FW FC Bordeaux* Red Star FC 6–0 30 April 1966 [392]
Daniel Rodighiéro  France FW Stade rennais* FC Rouen 4–0 21 May 1966 [393]
Robert Herbin  France MF AS Saint-Étienne* CS Sedan 7–0 27 May 1966 [394]
Philippe Gondet  France FW FC Nantes AS Cannes* 6–1 11 June 1966 [395]
José Farías  Argentina MF RC Strasbourg* AS Monaco 4–2 18 August 1966 [396]
Franck Fiawoo  Togo FW Olympique de Marseille* Nîmes Olympique 4–0 11 September 1966 [397]
Hervé Revelli  France FW AS Saint-Étienne* FC Rouen 3–0 14 September 1966 [398]
Paul Courtin  France FW RC Lens FC Sochaux* 5–2 25 September 1966 [399]
Aimé Gori  France MF Stade de Reims* FC Bordeaux 4–1 9 October 1966 [400]
Francis Magny  France FW FC Nantes* Stade de Reims 6–2 12 October 1966 [401]
Claude Dubaële4  France MF/FW Angers SCO AS Monaco* 5–1 12 October 1966 [402]
Francis Magny  France FW FC Nantes* Nîmes Olympique 5–3 28 October 1966 [403]
Georges Lech  France FW RC Lens* Stade de Reims 5–2 20 November 1966 [404]
Georges Peyroche  France MF Lille OSC* Nîmes Olympique 4–0 4 December 1966 [405]
Charly Loubet  France FW OGC Nice* US Valenciennes 5–2 4 December 1966 [406]
Héctor De Bourgoing  Argentina
 France
MF FC Bordeaux CS Sedan* 3–0 11 December 1966 [407]
Georges Lech  France FW RC Lens* FC Nantes 4–0 8 January 1967 [408]
Hervé Revelli  France FW AS Saint-Étienne* OGC Nice 7–0 22 January 1967 [409]
Hervé Revelli  France FW AS Saint-Étienne* Stade rennais 4–1 26 February 1967 [410]
Michel Margottin  France MF Angers SCO* FC Rouen 5–2 2 March 1967 [411]
Philippe Levavasseur  France FW CS Sedan* Lille OSC 4–1 25 March 1967 [412]
Hervé Revelli4  France FW AS Saint-Étienne* Stade Paris FC 7–1 28 April 1967 [413]
Carlos Ruiter  Brazil FW FC Bordeaux* RC Strasbourg 4–1 7 May 1967 [414]
Louis Bourgeois  France FW Stade de Reims* RC Lens 4–0 27 May 1967 [415]
Daniel Rodighiéro  France FW Stade rennais* RC Strasbourg 4–3 27 May 1967 [416]
Robert Herbin  France MF AS Saint-Étienne Angers SCO* 3–0 11 June 1967 [417]
Philippe Gondet  France FW FC Nantes RC Lens* 3–1 30 August 1967 [418]
Michel Margottin  France MF Angers SCO* AC Ajaccio 3–0 30 August 1967 [419]
André Guy  France FW Olympique lyonnais* Angers SCO 8–0 2 September 1967 [420]
Jean-Louis Massé  France FW FC Bordeaux* FC Nantes 6–2 23 September 1967 [421]
Robert Gassert  France FW AS Aix* FC Bordeaux 5–1 21 October 1967 [422]
Philippe Levavasseur  France FW CS Sedan FC Metz* 5–1 3 December 1967 [423]
Étienne Sansonetti4  France FW AC Ajaccio* AS Aix 8–2 10 December 1967 [424]
Jacques Rossignol  France MF Stade rennais* Lille OSC 4–1 21 January 1968 [425]
Guy Lassalette  France FW FC Sochaux* AC Ajaccio 3–1 28 January 1968 [426]
Johny Léonard  Luxembourg FW FC Metz* Stade rennais 6–1 25 February 1968 [427]
Philippe Levavasseur  France FW CS Sedan* Angers SCO 3–1 23 March 1968 [428]
Jacques Simon  France MF FC Nantes AS Aix* 6–2 24 March 1968 [429]
André Guy  France FW Olympique lyonnais* RC Lens 3–0 30 March 1968 [430]
Étienne Sansonetti5  France FW AC Ajaccio* FC Rouen 5–3 4 May 1968 [431]
Réginald Dortomb  France FW FC Rouen* AS Aix 5–0 19 May 1968 [432]
Roger Wicke  France FW RC Lens* Olympique de Marseille 5–1 16 June 1968 [433]
André Guy4  France FW Olympique lyonnais* AS Aix 4–3 21 June 1968 [434]
Gérard Hausser4  France FW FC Metz* FC Rouen 7–3 8 September 1968 [435]
Johny Léonard  Luxembourg FW FC Metz* FC Rouen 7–3 8 September 1968 [436]
Joseph Yegba Maya  Cameroon FW Olympique de Marseille* CS Sedan 4–1 28 September 1968 [437]
André Guy4  France FW Olympique lyonnais* SC Bastia 8–3 28 September 1968 [438]
Mohamed Lekkak  Algeria FW Olympique lyonnais* FC Nantes 3–1 12 October 1968 [439]
Carlos Ruiter  Brazil FW FC Bordeaux* SC Bastia 8–1 20 October 1968 [440]
Didier Couécou  France FW FC Bordeaux* SC Bastia 8–1 20 October 1968 [441]
André Guy  France FW Olympique lyonnais* FC Sochaux 6–3 26 October 1968 [442]
André Coustillet  France MF US Valenciennes* OGC Nice 3–0 1 November 1968 [443]
Joseph Yegba Maya  Cameroon FW Olympique de Marseille* OGC Nice 3–1 24 November 1968 [444]
Hervé Revelli  France FW AS Saint-Étienne* FC Metz 4–O 30 November 1968 [445]
Olek Wolniak  Poland
 France
MF/FW US Valenciennes* AS Monaco 4–2 1 February 1969 [446]
Jean claude blanchard  France FW SC Bastia* Olympique lyonnais 4–0 23 February 1969 [447]
Serge Lenoir  France FW Stade rennais* FC Sochaux 3–2 23 February 1969 [448]
Joseph Bonnel  France MF Olympique de Marseille* AC Ajaccio 3–0 16 March 1969 [449]
Jacques Simon  France MF FC Bordeaux* Red Star FC 6–1 12 April 1969 [450]
Johny Léonard  Luxembourg FW FC Metz* FC Sochaux 3–0 3 May 1969 [451]
Hervé Revelli4  France FW AS Saint-Étienne* SC Bastia 7–2 9 May 1969 [452]
Silvester Takač4  Yugoslavia FW Stade rennais* OGC Nice 4–2 18 May 1969 [453]
Étienne Sansonetti  France FW AC Ajaccio* Red Star FC 3–1 23 May 1969 [454]
Michel Margottin  France MF Angers SCO* SC Bastia 5–0 9 August 1969 [455]
Fleury Di Nallo  France FW Olympique lyonnais* CS Sedan 4–2 9 August 1969 [456]
Hervé Revelli4  France FW AS Saint-Étienne* Stade rennais 8–2 20 August 1969 [457]
Philippe Levavasseur  France FW FC Nantes* Stade rennais 6–1 3 September 1969 [458]
Hervé Revelli  France FW AS Saint-Étienne Red Star FC* 5–1 20 September 1969 [459]
Félix Burdino  France FW FC Bordeaux* FC Sochaux 3–0 27 September 1969 [460]
Joseph Yegba Maya5  Cameroon FW Olympique de Marseille Red Star FC* 6–1 8 November 1969 [461]
Gérard Grizzetti  France FW AS Angoulême* FC Sochaux 4–0 30 November 1969 [462]
Adolf Scherer  Czechoslovakia FW Nîmes Olympique* Olympique lyonnais 5–2 14 December 1969 [463]
Selimir Milosevic  Yugoslavia FW Red Star FC* Nîmes Olympique 3–0 21 December 1969 [464]

1970s[edit]

Player Nationality Position For Against Result Date Ref
Adolf Scherer  Czechoslovakia FW Nîmes Olympique* SC Bastia 4–1 1 February 1970 [465]
Bernard Blanchet  France FW FC Nantes Olympique lyonnais* 5–2 8 March 1970 [466]
Claude Dubaële4  France MF/FW Angers SCO* Red Star FC 5–1 10 June 1970 [467]
Nestor Rambert  Argentina FW Olympique lyonnais Stade rennais* 3–4 17 June 1970 [468]
Étienne Sansonetti  France FW AC Ajaccio* AS Nancy 5–0 12 August 1970 [469]
Jacky Vergnes  France FW Nîmes Olympique* Olympique de Marseille 3–0 22 August 1970 [470]
Robert Rico  France FW Stade rennais Red Star FC* 5–1 20 September 1970 [471]
Philippe Piat  France FW FC Sochaux* AC Ajaccio 5–1 23 September 1970 [472]
Florea Voinea  Romania FW Nîmes Olympique* FC Sochaux 4–3 3 October 1970 [473]
Réginald Dortomb4  France FW AC Ajaccio* SC Bastia 6–1 3 October 1970 [474]
Vladica Kovačević  Yugoslavia FW Angers SCO Red Star FC* 5–0 11 October 1970 [475]
Serge Dellamore  France FW CS Sedan* SC Bastia 5–1 18 October 1970 [476]
Ilija Lukić  Yugoslavia FW Stade rennais* AS Nancy 5–1 24 October 1970 [477]
Selimir Milosevic  Yugoslavia FW Red Star FC* AC Ajaccio 3–0 24 October 1970 [478]
Josip Skoblar  Yugoslavia FW Olympique de Marseille Olympique lyonnais* 4–1 24 October 1970 [479]
Salif Keïta4  Mali FW AS Saint-Étienne* SC Bastia 6–0 24 March 1971 [480]
François M'Pelé4  Republic of the Congo FW AC Ajaccio SC Bastia* 4–1 3 April 1971 [481]
Jacky Vergnes  France FW Nîmes Olympique* RC Strasbourg 3–0 8 May 1971 [482]
Finn Wiberg  Denmark FW AS Nancy* Stade rennais 5–0 8 May 1971 [483]
Joseph Yegba Maya  Cameroon FW US Valenciennes* Stade de Reims 3–1 15 May 1971 [484]
Josip Skoblar  Yugoslavia FW Olympique de Marseille* SC Bastia 5–2 15 May 1971 [485]
Félix Burdino  France FW FC Bordeaux* Angers SCO 3–0 18 May 1971 [486]
Josip Skoblar4  Yugoslavia FW Olympique de Marseille* Stade rennais 5–0 23 May 1971 [487]
Salif Keïta6  Mali FW AS Saint-Étienne* CS Sedan 8–0 4 June 1971 [488]
Salif Keïta4  Mali FW AS Saint-Étienne* AC Ajaccio 5–2 19 June 1971 [489]
Philippe Piat  France FW FC Sochaux OGC Nice* 5–4 23 June 1971 [490]
Josip Skoblar  Yugoslavia FW Olympique de Marseille* RC Strasbourg 6–3 26 June 1971 [491]
Jacky Vergnes  France FW Nîmes Olympique* SC Bastia 6–2 18 August 1971 [492]
Néstor Combin  France FW FC Metz* Lille OSC 4–0 18 August 1971 [493]
Salif Keïta4  Mali FW AS Saint-Étienne* Stade de Reims 9–1 25 August 1971 [494]
Jean-Michel Larqué  France MF AS Saint-Étienne* Stade de Reims 9–1 25 August 1971 [495]
Josip Skoblar  Yugoslavia FW Olympique de Marseille* Red Star FC 6–0 11 September 1971 [496]
Ángel Marcos  Argentina FW FC Nantes* FC Metz 5–1 2 October 1971 [497]
Philippe Piat  France FW FC Sochaux* Stade rennais 3–2 16 October 1971 [498]
Hervé Revelli  France FW OGC Nice* Lille OSC 3–1 30 October 1971 [499]
Patrice Vicq  France MF/FW AS Nancy* OGC Nice 3–2 14 November 1971 [500]
Sokrat Mojsov  Yugoslavia FW Stade rennais* Stade de Reims 4–1 21 November 1971 [501]
Éric Edwige  France FW Angers SCO* AS Angoulême 8–1 21 November 1971 [502]
Florea Voinea  Romania FW Nîmes Olympique Red Star FC* 5–1 21 November 1971 [503]
Antoine Kuszowski  France FW AS Nancy Paris SG* 4–1 16 January 1972 [504]
Josip Skoblar  Yugoslavia FW Olympique de Marseille Red Star FC* 4–2 27 February 1972 [505]
Bernard Lacombe  France FW Olympique Lyonnais* Red Star FC 5–1 1 March 1972 [506]
Réginald Dortomb  France FW AC Ajaccio* Angers SCO 3–0 1 March 1972 [507]
Delio Onnis  Argentina FW Stade de Reims* Paris SG 3–3 1 April 1972 [508]
Ion Pârcălab  Romania FW Nîmes Olympique* Lille OSC 5–2 23 April 1972 [509]
Josip Skoblar  Yugoslavia FW Olympique de Marseille AS Angoulême* 3–2 23 April 1972 [510]
Hervé Revelli  France FW OGC Nice* FC Bordeaux 5–1 3 May 1972 [511]
Dick van Dijk  Netherlands FW OGC Nice* AC Ajaccio 5–3 21 August 1972 [512]
Éric Edwige  France FW Angers SCO OGC Nice* 4–2 20 September 1972 [513]
Néstor Combin  France FW FC Metz* CS Sedan 4–2 30 September 1972 [514]
Dick van Dijk  Netherlands FW OGC Nice CS Sedan* 5–0 28 October 1972 [515]
Mordechai Spiegler  Israel FW Paris FC* Olympique Lyonnais 5–1 17 December 1972 [516]
Hervé Revelli  France FW OGC Nice AC Ajaccio* 3–0 17 January 1973 [517]
Pierino Lattuada  Uruguay FW FC Bordeaux* AC Ajaccio 3–0 4 February 1973 [518]
Serge Dellamore  France FW CS Sedan* AC Ajaccio 5–0 25 February 1973 [519]
Édouard Wojciak  France FW FC Bordeaux Paris FC* 3–4 25 February 1973 [520]
Néstor Combin  France FW FC Metz Paris FC* 3–1 9 March 1973 [521]
Henri Michel  France MF FC Nantes* AC Ajaccio 6–1 17 March 1973 [522]
François M'Pelé  Republic of the Congo FW AC Ajaccio* Olympique Lyonnais 4–3 17 March 1973 [523]
Serge Lenoir  France FW SC Bastia* FC Metz 4–0 31 March 1973 [524]
Bernard Lacombe  France FW Olympique Lyonnais* RC Strasbourg 4–0 11 April 1973 [525]
Gilles Rampillon  France MF FC Nantes* Olympique lyonnais 3–0 1 May 1973 [526]
Néstor Combin5  France FW FC Metz* AC Ajaccio 7–0 29 May 1973 [527]
Yvan Roy  France FW RC Strasbourg* FC Sochaux 4–2 29 May 1973 [528]
Patrick Revelli4  France FW AS Saint-Étienne* FC Bordeaux 6–2 2 June 1973 [529]
Josip Skoblar4  Yugoslavia FW Olympique de Marseille* RC Strasbourg 6–1 14 August 1973 [530]
Hervé Revelli  France FW AS Saint-Étienne* Paris FC 4–0 17 August 1973 [531]
Marc Berdoll4  France FW Angers SCO* AS Saint-Étienne 4–0 24 August 1973 [532]
Serge Chiesa  France FW Olympique lyonnais* Angers SCO 3–1 1 September 1973 [533]
Robert Rico  France FW FC Bordeaux* Paris FC 6–1 1 September 1973 [534]
Ange Di Caro  France FW AS Nancy AS Monaco* 3–3 12 September 1973 [535]
Claude Papi  France FW SC Bastia* Olympique lyonnais 5–1 25 September 1973 [536]
Romain Argyroudis  France FW RC Lens* SC Bastia 3–1 6 October 1973 [537]
Juan Carlos Trebucq  Argentina FW AS Troyes* Paris FC 4–1 6 October 1973 [538]
Nico Braun  Luxembourg FW FC Metz* SC Bastia 3–0 30 October 1973 [539]
Hervé Revelli  France FW AS Saint-Étienne* AS Nancy 6–0 10 November 1973 [540]
Éric Edwige4  France FW Angers SCO* AS Troyes 6–1 9 December 1973 [541]
Nico Braun  Luxembourg FW FC Metz* Paris FC 4–0 16 December 1973 [542]
Nico Braun4  Luxembourg FW FC Metz* AS Saint-Étienne 5–1 22 December 1973 [543]
Carlos Bianchi  Argentina FW Stade de Reims* Angers SCO 4–2 13 January 1974 [544]
Gérard Soler  France FW FC Sochaux* AS Nancy 4–1 10 February 1974 [545]
Jacky Vergnes4  France FW SC Bastia* AS Monaco 4–0 16 April 1974 [546]
Hugo Curioni  Argentina FW FC Nantes* RC Lens 4–0 19 April 1974 [547]
Carlos Bianchi5  Argentina FW Stade de Reims* AS Monaco 8–4 25 May 1974 [548]
Delio Onnis4  Argentina FW AS Monaco Stade de Reims* 4–8 25 May 1974 [549]
Mustapha Dahleb  Algeria MF CS Sedan* AS Troyes 4–3 25 May 1974 [550]
Carlos Bianchi6  Argentina FW Stade de Reims* Paris SG 6–1 9 August 1974 [551]
François M'Pelé  Republic of the Congo FW Paris SG* Angers SCO 3–2 23 August 1974 [552]
Serge Lenoir  France FW SC Bastia RC Lens* 3–3 5 October 1974 [553]
Jacky Vergnes  France FW SC Bastia* AS Troyes 5–1 18 October 1974 [554]
Néstor Combin  France FW Red Star FC* OGC Nice 4–1 26 October 1974 [555]
Guy Nosibor  France FW Paris SG AS Troyes* 3–1 26 October 1974 [556]
Jacky Vergnes  France FW SC Bastia* Nîmes Olympique 4–0 29 October 1974 [557]
Marc Berdoll4  France FW Angers SCO Lille OSC* 5–1 1 November 1974 [558]
Laurent Pokou  Ivory Coast FW Stade rennais* RC Strasbourg 5–1 9 November 1974 [559]
Delio Onnis  Argentina FW AS Monaco RC Lens* 3–6 9 November 1974 [560]
Stanislav Karasi  Yugoslavia FW Lille OSC* FC Metz 4–0 20 November 1974 [561]
Jean Gallice  France FW FC Bordeaux* RC Strasbourg 4–1 8 December 1974 [562]
Bernard Lacombe4  France FW Olympique Lyonnais* SC Bastia 8–1 26 January 1975 [563]
Santiago Santamaria  Argentina FW Stade de Reims* AS Troyes 3–0 16 February 1975 [564]
Boško Antić  Yugoslavia FW Angers SCO* RC Strasbourg 5–1 20 March 1975 [565]
Francis Piasecki  France MF FC Sochaux* Olympique lyonnais 3–1 3 May 1975 [566]
Michel Maillard  France FW Olympique Lyonnais AS Nancy* 4–1 22 August 1975 [567]
Serge Chiesa  France FW Olympique Lyonnais FC Nantes* 3–2 27 August 1975 [568]
Delio Onnis  Argentina FW AS Monaco* Nîmes Olympique 3–1 27 August 1975 [569]
Delio Onnis  Argentina FW AS Monaco* US Valenciennes 3–1 12 September 1975 [570]
Hugo Curioni4  Argentina FW FC Metz* Nîmes Olympique 4–3 26 September 1975 [571]
Pierre Pleimelding  France FW AS Monaco* FC Nantes 4–4 26 September 1975 [572]
Joachim Marx  Poland FW RC Lens* Olympique Lyonnais 3–1 31 October 1975 [573]
Carlos Bianchi  Argentina FW Stade de Reims* RC Strasbourg 6–0 31 October 1975 [574]
Mustapha Dahleb  Algeria MF Paris SG AS Nancy* 4–2 8 November 1975 [575]
Carlos Bianchi4  Argentina FW Stade de Reims FC Metz* 4–2 7 December 1975 [576]
Robert Pintenat  France FW FC Sochaux* Lille OSC 4–1 13 December 1975 [577]
Delio Onnis4  Argentina FW AS Monaco* OGC Nice 4–1 17 January 1976 [578]
Michel Platini  France MF/FW AS Nancy* Olympique de Marseille 4–2 15 February 1976 [579]
Claude Papi  France FW SC Bastia* Olympique lyonnais 4–1 7 April 1976 [580]
Stanislav Karasi  Yugoslavia FW Lille OSC* US Valenciennes 5–1 9 May 1976 [581]
Bruno Baronchelli  France FW FC Nantes FC Sochaux* 6–2 7 September 1976 [582]
Bernard Lacombe  France FW Olympique Lyonnais* RC Lens 3–3 7 September 1976 [583]
Michel Platini4  France MF/FW AS Nancy* FC Bordeaux 7–3 18 September 1976 [584]
Slobodan Janković  Yugoslavia MF RC Lens* Paris SG 3–3 24 September 1976 [585]
Francisco Rubio  France MF AS Nancy* FC Metz 4–1 2 October 1976 [586]
Jacky Vergnes  France FW Stade lavallois* AS Saint-Étienne 3–1 4 December 1976 [587]
André Barthelemy4  France FW Angers SCO* OGC Nice 5–0 22 January 1977 [588]
Carlos Bianchi  Argentina FW Stade de Reims* AS Nancy 3–3 30 January 1977 [589]
Luizinho Da Silva  Brazil FW Nîmes Olympique* FC Bordeaux 3–2 24 February 1977 [590]
François M'Pelé  Republic of the Congo FW Paris SG US Valenciennes* 0–3 27 May 1977 [591]
Nico Braun  Luxembourg FW FC Metz* Stade lavallois 5–3 4 June 1977 [592]
Santiago Santamaria  Argentina FW Stade de Reims* Lille OSC 3–1 8 June 1977 [593]
Ignacio Peña  Argentina FW FC Rouen* FC Metz 5–2 3 August 1977 [594]
Christian Dalger  France FW AS Monaco FC Bordeaux* 4–0 16 August 1977 [595]
Nenad Bjeković  Yugoslavia FW OGC Nice FC Bordeaux* 5–3 2 September 1977 [596]
Zvonko Ivezić  Yugoslavia FW FC Sochaux* AS Troyes 5–2 17 September 1977 [597]
Gérard Soler4  France FW FC Sochaux* RC Lens 7–2 11 October 1977 [598]
Carlos Bianchi4  Argentina FW Paris SG* AS Troyes 8–2 14 October 1977 [599]
Bernard Lacombe  France FW Olympique Lyonnais* Olympique de Marseille 4–2 22 October 1977 [600]
Johnny Rep  Netherlands MF SC Bastia RC Lens* 4–3 2 November 1977 [601]
Michel Platini4  France MF/FW AS Nancy OGC Nice* 7–3 2 November 1977 [602]
Mustapha Dahleb  Algeria MF Paris SG* AS Saint-Étienne 4–1 9 November 1977 [603]
Nenad Bjeković  Yugoslavia FW OGC Nice* SC Bastia 3–1 19 November 1977 [604]
Ignacio Peña  Argentina FW FC Rouen* Olympique Lyonnais 3–2 19 November 1977 [605]
Bernard Lacombe  France FW Olympique Lyonnais* Stade lavallois 5–0 17 December 1977 [606]
Carlos Bianchi  Argentina FW Paris SG* FC Rouen 3–1 22 January 1978 [607]
Didier Six  France FW RC Lens OGC Nice* 4–5 3 February 1978 [608]
Delio Onnis  Argentina FW AS Monaco* FC Rouen 6–1 26 February 1978 [609]
Carlos Bianchi  Argentina FW Paris SG* Nîmes Olympique 5–0 11 March 1978 [610]
Olivier Rouyer  France FW AS Nancy AS Troyes* 3–2 25 March 1978 [611]
Carlos Bianchi  Argentina FW Paris SG* FC Sochaux 3–1 5 April 1978 [612]
Sarr Boubacar  Senegal FW Olympique de Marseille* FC Metz 4–0 21 April 1978 [613]
Santiago Santamaria  Argentina FW Stade de Reims* AS Troyes 5–1 21 April 1978 [614]
Nenad Bjeković4  Yugoslavia FW OGC Nice* FC Rouen 6–1 25 April 1978 [615]
Delio Onnis4  Argentina FW AS Monaco* FC Metz 4–0 28 April 1978 [616]
Albert Gemmrich  France FW RC Strasbourg Stade lavallois* 3–2 2 May 1978 [617]
Victor Trossero  Argentina FW FC Nantes* Angers SCO 5–0 25 August 1978 [618]
Gilbert Marguerite  France FW Nîmes Olympique* FC Bordeaux 4–2 22 September 1978 [619]
Nenad Bjeković  Yugoslavia FW OGC Nice* FC Metz 5–0 14 October 1978 [620]
Éric Pécout  France FW FC Nantes Stade de Reims* 4–1 3 December 1978 [621]
Jacky Vergnes4  France FW FC Bordeaux Paris SG* 5–2 10 December 1978 [622]
Delio Onnis  Argentina FW AS Monaco* FC Metz 4–1 27 December 1978 [623]
Delio Onnis  Argentina FW AS Monaco Paris FC* 7–1 3 February 1979 [624]
Éric Pécout  France FW FC Nantes FC Metz* 3–1 28 March 1979 [625]
Patrick Formica  France FW FC Metz* Paris FC 5–1 7 April 1979 [626]
Bernard Castellani  France FW OGC Nice* Paris FC 5–0 5 May 1979 [627]
Carlos Bianchi  Argentina FW Paris SG* AS Monaco 3–0 25 May 1979 [628]
Éric Benoit  France MF FC Sochaux* FC Metz 4–0 25 May 1979 [629]
Gérard Soler  France FW FC Bordeaux* US Valenciennes 7–0 10 August 1979 [630]
Albert Gemmrich  France FW FC Bordeaux* US Valenciennes 7–0 10 August 1979 [631]
Patrick Revelli  France FW FC Sochaux Angers SCO* 3–1 28 September 1979 [632]
Michel N'Gom  France FW Olympique de Marseille OGC Nice* 3–0 28 September 1979 [633]
Erwin Kostedde  Germany FW Stade lavallois* Nîmes Olympique 3–1 6 October 1979 [634]
Yannick Stopyra  France FW FC Sochaux FC Bordeaux* 3–2 13 October 1979 [635]
Pierre Pleimelding  France FW Lille OSC RC Lens* 3–5 2 December 1979 [636]

1980s[edit]

Player Nationality Position For Against Result Date Ref
Éric Pécout  France FW FC Nantes* FC Bordeaux 4–1 2 February 1980 [637]
Nambatingue Toko  Chad FW US Valenciennes Olympique de Marseille* 6–3 23 February 1980 [638]
François Brisson  France FW Stade lavallois* OGC Nice 3–0 29 March 1980 [639]
Erwin Kostedde  Germany FW Stade lavallois* Olympique de Marseille 3–0 6 May 1980 [640]
Delio Onnis  Argentina FW AS Monaco* Olympique Lyonnais 4–0 6 May 1980 [641]
Laurent Roussey  France FW AS Saint-Étienne* Angers SCO 5–0 22 August 1980 [642]
Michel Decastel   Switzerland MF RC Strasbourg* FC Tours 4–1 4 October 1980 [643]
Karim Maroc  Algeria FW Olympique Lyonnais* Angers SCO 5–1 11 October 1980 [644]
Uwe Krause  Germany FW Stade lavallois* RC Lens 3–0 8 November 1980 [645]
Dominique Rocheteau  France FW Paris SG* Lille OSC 4–1 5 December 1980 [646]
Simo Nikolić  Yugoslavia FW Olympique Lyonnais* FC Sochaux 5–1 8 February 1980 [647]
Andrzej Szarmach  Poland FW AJ Auxerre* FC Metz 4–2 8 February 1980 [648]
Simo Nikolić  Yugoslavia FW Olympique Lyonnais* AS Nancy 4–2 28 March 1981 [649]
Simo Nikolić  Yugoslavia FW Olympique Lyonnais Angers SCO* 3–1 15 April 1981 [650]
Bernard Lacombe  France FW FC Bordeaux* US Valenciennes 4–0 12 May 1981 [651]
Bernard Zénier  France FW AS Nancy* US Valenciennes 7–1 29 May 1981 [652]
Pascal Zaremba  France MF US Valenciennes* Lille OSC 4–0 7 August 1981 [653]
Éric Pécout4  France FW AS Monaco* AJ Auxerre 7–1 11 August 1981 [654]
Jean-François Larios  France MF AS Saint-Étienne RC Lens* 5–2 21 August 1981 [655]
Michel Platini4  France MF AS Saint-Étienne* US Valenciennes 5–1 22 November 1981 [656]
Simo Nikolić  Yugoslavia FW Olympique Lyonnais* SEC Bastia 4–1 1 September 1981 [657]
Ralf Edström  Sweden FW AS Monaco* Lille OSC 4–0 27 October 1981 [658]
Jean-Michel Ferrière  France FW AS Nancy* OGC Nice 4–0 21 November 1981 [659]
Delio Onnis  Argentina FW Tours FC* Stade brestois 29 5–0 29 November 1981 [660]
Bruno Bellone  France FW AS Monaco FC Sochaux* 4–1 12 December 1981 [661]
Bernard Lacombe  France FW FC Bordeaux* SEC Bastia 4–0 20 February 1982 [662]
Jean-Marc Valadier  France FW AS Monaco* US Valenciennes 3–1 28 February 1982 [663]
Andrzej Szarmach  Poland FW AJ Auxerre* US Valenciennes 3–0 9 April 1982 [664]
Milan Radović  Yugoslavia FW Stade brestois 29* FC Bordeaux 3–1 23 April 1982 [665]
Roger Milla  Cameroon FW SEC Bastia* AS Nancy 3–2 3 September 1982 [666]
Kees Kist  Netherlands FW Paris SG* FC Mulhouse 5–1 21 September 1982 [667]
Dieter Müller4  Germany FW FC Bordeaux* Olympique Lyonnais 5–1 12 October 1982 [668]
Jean-François Beltramini  France FW FC Rouen* Tours FC 4–2 12 October 1982 [669]
Jean-Philippe Dehon  France MF Tours FC* RC Lens 5–1 29 October 1982 [670]
Albert Emon  France FW Olympique Lyonnais* FC Metz 3–3 20 November 1982 [671]
Tony Kurbos  Yugoslavia FW FC Metz Olympique Lyonnais* 3–3 20 November 1982 [672]
Jean-François Beltramini  France FW FC Rouen* FC Mulhouse 4–2 15 December 1982 [673]
Abdelkrim Merry  Morocco FW FC Metz* FC Tours 5–1 18 December 1982 [674]
Abdelkrim Merry  Morocco FW FC Metz* FC Rouen 3–2 22 January 1983 [675]
Simo Nikolić  Yugoslavia FW Olympique Lyonnais* FC Mulhouse 7–3 22 January 1983 [676]
Bernard Ferrigno  France FW FC Tours* Stade lavallois 4–1 29 January 1983 [677]
Yves Ibanez  France FW FC Mulhouse* FC Bordeaux 4–4 29 January 1983 [678]
Andrzej Szarmach  Poland FW AJ Auxerre* AS Saint-Étienne 4–1 19 March 1983 [679]
Alain Giresse  France MF FC Bordeaux* FC Sochaux 3–1 29 April 1983 [680]
Philippe Anziani  France FW FC Sochaux* Stade brestois 29 4–0 20 May 1983 [681]
Alain Giresse  France MF FC Bordeaux* Nîmes Olympique 4–0 3 August 1983 [682]
Patrice Garande  France FW AJ Auxerre* Stade lavallois 3–0 10 August 1983 [683]
Andrzej Szarmach  Poland FW AJ Auxerre* Stade brestois 29 5–0 20 August 1983 [684]
Jean-François Beltramini4  France FW FC Rouen* AS Nancy 7–1 31 August 1983 [685]
Alain Giresse  France MF FC Bordeaux Toulouse FC* 3–1 17 September 1983 [686]
Dušan Savić  Yugoslavia FW Lille OSC* SC Toulon 4–2 21 September 1983 [687]
Andrzej Szarmach4  Poland FW AJ Auxerre* AS Nancy 4–0 5 November 1983 [688]
Philippe Vercruysse  France MF RC Lens* SC Toulon 5–1 16 November 1983 [689]
Dieter Müller  Germany FW FC Bordeaux SEC Bastia* 3–1 19 November 1983 [690]
Dieter Müller  Germany FW FC Bordeaux* AS Saint-Étienne 7–0 31 March 1984 [691]
Philippe Anziani5  France FW FC Sochaux* SC Toulon 8–2 14 April 1984 [692]
Tony Kurbos6  Yugoslavia FW FC Metz Nîmes Olympique* 7–3 28 April 1984 [693]
Stéphane Paille  France FW FC Sochaux* RC Paris 6–1 24 August 1984 [694]
Fabrice Picot  France FW AS Nancy* RC Paris 4–0 28 September 1984 [695]
Bernard Lacombe  France FW FC Bordeaux* FC Metz 6–0 16 October 1984 [696]
Chérif Oudjani  Algeria FW RC Lens* FC Tours 6–1 2 November 1984 [697]
Dieter Müller  Germany FW FC Bordeaux* Stade lavallois 5–2 24 November 1984 [698]
Bernard Genghini  France MF AS Monaco* FC Bordeaux 3–0 1 December 1984 [699]
Bernard Lacombe  France FW FC Bordeaux* AS Nancy 3–1 14 December 1984 [700]
Delio Onnis  Argentina FW SC Toulon* Paris SG 5–1 21 December 1984 [701]
Jules Bocandé  Senegal FW FC Metz Stade lavallois* 4–1 21 December 1984 [702]
Dieter Müller  Germany FW FC Bordeaux* SEC Bastia 4–0 1 March 1985 [703]
Jean-Louis Zanon  France MF Olympique de Marseille* SEC Bastia 5–0 15 March 1985 [704]
Bruno Bellone  France MF AS Monaco* Lille OSC 6–1 12 April 1985 [705]
Uwe Reinders  Germany FW FC Bordeaux* AS Monaco 5–1 30 August 1985 [706]
Chérif Oudjani  Algeria FW Stade lavallois* Toulouse FC 3–2 11 October 1985 [707]
Vahid Halilhodžić  Yugoslavia FW FC Nantes* RC Lens 4–0 18 October 1985 [708]
Abdelkrim Merry4  Morocco FW Le Havre AC* SC Toulon 4–3 25 October 1985 [709]
Jules Bocandé  Senegal FW FC Metz* Stade rennais 4–1 20 November 1985 [710]
Dominique Rocheteau  France FW Paris SG* Stade lavallois 5–1 7 December 1985 [711]
Bernard Genghini4  France MF AS Monaco* FC Bordeaux 9–0 18 January 1986 [712]
Patrick Cubaynes  France FW RC Strasbourg* SEC Bastia 6–1 18 January 1986 [713]
Marc Pascal  France FW FC Bordeaux* Le Havre AC 5–3 18 April 1986 [714]
Guy Lacombe  France FW Lille OSC* FC Sochaux 6–0 14 December 1986 [715]
Alberto Márcico  Argentina MF Toulouse FC* Stade rennais 4–2 17 April 1987 [716]
Marc Pascal4  France FW Stade Brestois 29* RC Lens 4–1 22 August 1987 [717]
Philippe Fargeon  France FW FC Bordeaux* AS Cannes 3–3 19 September 1987 [718]
François Omam-Biyik  Cameroon FW Stade lavallois* Le Havre AC 4–3 31 October 1987 [719]
Christian Perez  France FW Montpellier HSC* Stade Brestois 29 6–0 26 March 1988 [720]
Roger Milla  Cameroon FW Montpellier HSC* AS Saint-Étienne 5–0 9 April 1988 [721]
Roger Milla  Cameroon FW Montpellier PSC* Stade lavallois 6–2 3 September 1988 [722]
Daniel Bravo  France MF OGC Nice* RC Lens 3–0 17 September 1988 [723]
Zlatko Vujović  Yugoslavia FW AS Cannes* RC Strasbourg 4–1 22 February 1989 [724]
Philippe Hinschberger  France MF FC Metz RC Paris* 4–1 11 March 1988 [725]
Philippe Tibeuf  France FW AS Saint-Étienne SM Caen* 3–2 18 March 1989 [726]
Fabrice Divert  France FW AS Cannes FC Bordeaux* 3–2 20 May 1989 [727]
Dragan Jakovljević  Yugoslavia FW FC Nantes* Racing Paris 5–1 5 August 1989 [728]
Guy Mengual  France FW SM Caen* Lille OSC 3–0 5 August 1989 [729]
Jean-Pierre Papin4  France FW Olympique de Marseille* FC Sochaux 6–1 29 August 1989 [730]
Robby Langers  Luxembourg FW OGC Nice* Montpellier HSC 3–0 16 September 1989 [731]
Jean-Pierre Papin  France FW Olympique de Marseille* Toulouse FC 6–1 3 December 1989 [732]

1990s[edit]

Player Nationality Position For Against Result Date Ref
Jean-Pierre Papin  France FW Olympique de Marseille* SC Toulon 3–0 15 March 1990 [733]
Kálmán Kovács  Hungary FW AJ Auxerre AS Monaco* 4–2 24 March 1990 [734]
Jean-Pierre Papin  France FW Olympique de Marseille* Lille OSC 4–1 31 March 1990 [735]
Miloš Bursać  Yugoslavia FW SC Toulon* Montpellier HSC 3–0 7 April 1990 [736]
Etienne Mendy  France FW AS Saint-Étienne* Stade brestois 29 6–1 2 December 1990 [737]
Roberto Cabañas  Paraguay FW Olympique Lyonnais* Toulouse FC 4–1 13 January 1991 [738]
Jean-Pierre Papin4  France FW Olympique de Marseille* Olympique Lyonnais 7–0 13 January 1991 [739]
Bernard Ferrer  France MF Stade brestois 29* Olympique Lyonnais 3–0 10 February 1991 [740]
Enzo Scifo  Belgium MF AJ Auxerre* FC Sochaux 4–1 10 February 1991 [741]
Anthony Bancarel  France FW AS Saint-Étienne Toulouse FC* 1–4 6 April 1991 [742]
Jean-Pierre Papin  France FW Olympique de Marseille* AS Nancy 6–2 6 April 1991 [743]
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2000s[edit]

Player Nationality Position For Against Result Date Ref
Peter Odemwingie  Nigeria FW/MF Lille* Lens 4–0 13 August 2006 [773]
André-Pierre Gignac  France FW Lorient* Nantes 3–1 26 August 2006 [774]
Ismaël Bangoura  Guinea FW Le Mans Auxerre* 3–2 4 November 2006 [775]
Steve Savidan4  France FW Valenciennes Nantes* 5–2 10 February 2007 [776]
Johan Elmander  Sweden FW Toulouse* Bordeaux 3–1 26 May 2007 [777]
Johan Audel  France MF Valenciennes* Toulouse 3–1 4 August 2007 [778]
Túlio de Melo  Brazil FW Le Mans Sochaux* 3–1 11 August 2007 [779]
Karim Benzema  France FW Lyon Metz* 5–1 15 September 2007 [780]
Ireneusz Jeleń  Poland FW Auxerre* Lorient 5–3 20 October 2007 [781]
Wendel Geraldo  Brazil MF Bordeaux* Toulouse 4–3 2 December 2007 [782]
Johan Elmander  Sweden FW Toulouse Bordeaux* 3–4 2 December 2007 [783]
Djibril Cissé  France FW Marseille* Caen 6–1 26 January 2008 [784]
Wendel Geraldo  Brazil MF Bordeaux* Paris Saint-Germain 3–0 2 March 2008 [785]
Mickaël Pagis  France FW Rennes* Lyon 3–0 5 October 2008 [786]
Lisandro López  Argentina FW Lyon Lille* 3–4 6 December 2009 [787]

2010s[edit]

Player Nationality Position For Against Result Date Ref
Mamadou Niang  Senegal FW Marseille* Nancy 3–1 21 February 2010 [788]
Michel Bastos  Brazil MF Lyon Sochaux* 4–0 21 February 2010 [789]
Mevlüt Erdinç  Turkey FW Paris Saint-Germain* Sochaux 4–1 13 March 2010 [790]
Issiar Dia  Senegal MF Nancy* Lens 5–1 28 March 2010 [791]
Toifilou Maoulida  France FW Lens* Boulogne 3–0 10 April 2010 [792]
Dimitri Payet  France FW Saint-Étienne* Lens 3–1 28 August 2010 [793]
Moussa Sow  Senegal FW Lille Caen* 5–2 13 November 2010 [794]
Anthony Modeste  France FW Bordeaux Arles-Avignon* 4–2 21 November 2010 [795]
Moussa Sow  Senegal FW Lille* Lorient 6–3 5 December 2010 [796]
Kevin Gameiro  France FW Lorient* Bordeaux 5–1 19 February 2011 [797]
Lisandro López  Argentina FW Lyon* Arles-Avignon 5–0 6 March 2011 [798]
André Ayew  Ghana MF Marseille* Nice 4–2 25 April 2011 [799]
Moussa Sow  Senegal FW Lille* Rennes 3–2 29 May 2011 [800]
Dennis Oliech  Kenya FW Auxerre* Sochaux 4–1 25 September 2011 [801]
Olivier Giroud  France FW Montpellier* Dijon 5–3 15 October 2011 [802]
Kevin Gameiro  France FW Paris Saint-Germain Ajaccio* 3-1 16 October 2011 [803]
Olivier Giroud  France FW Montpellier Sochaux* 3-1 26 November 2011 [804]
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang  Gabon FW Saint-Étienne* Lorient 4–2 22 February 2012 [805]
Nenê  Brazil MF Paris Saint-Germain* Rennes 4–0 13 May 2012 [806]
Eden Hazard  Belgium MF Lille* Nancy 4–1 20 May 2012 [807]
Saber Khelifa  Tunisia FW Évian Montpellier* 3–2 6 October 2012 [808]
Bafétimbi Gomis  France FW Lyon Marseille* 4–1 28 November 2012 [809]
Zlatan Ibrahimović  Sweden FW Paris Saint-Germain Valenciennes* 4–0 11 December 2012 [810]
Emmanuel Rivière  France FW Monaco* Montpellier 4–1 18 August 2013 [811]
Zlatan Ibrahimović  Sweden FW Paris Saint-Germain* Nice 3–1 9 November 2013 [812]
Wissam Ben Yedder  France FW Toulouse* Sochaux 5–1 30 November 2013 [813]
Zlatan Ibrahimović  Sweden FW Paris Saint-Germain Toulouse* 4–2 23 February 2014 [814]
Salomon Kalou  Ivory Coast FW Lille Ajaccio* 3–2 2 March 2014 [815]
André Ayew  Ghana FW Marseille* Ajaccio 3–1 4 April 2014 [816]
Cheick Diabaté  Mali FW Bordeaux* Guingamp 5–1 20 April 2014 [817]
Zlatan Ibrahimović  Sweden FW Paris Saint-Germain* Saint-Étienne 5–0 31 August 2014 [818]
Alexandre Lacazette  France FW Lyon* Lille 3–0 5 October 2014 [819]
Carlos Eduardo5  Brazil MF Nice* Guingamp 7–2 26 October 2014 [820]
Lucas Barrios  Paraguay FW Montpellier* Metz 3–2 17 January 2015 [821]
Divock Origi  Belgium FW Lille* Rennes 3–0 15 March 2015 [822]
Zlatan Ibrahimović  Sweden FW Paris Saint-Germain* Lorient 3–1 20 March 2015 [823]
Modibo Maïga  Mali FW Metz* Toulouse 3–2 4 April 2015 [824]
Ezequiel Lavezzi  Argentina FW Paris Saint-Germain* Lille 6–1 25 April 2015 [825]
Edinson Cavani  Uruguay FW Paris Saint-Germain* Guingamp 6–0 8 May 2015 [826]
Nabil Fekir  France FW Lyon* Caen 4–0 29 August 2015 [827]
Alexandre Lacazette  France FW Lyon* Saint-Étienne 3–0 8 November 2015 [828]
Wissam Ben Yedder  France FW Toulouse* Reims 3–1 9 January 2016 [829]
Ousmane Dembélé  France FW Rennes* Nantes 4–1 6 March 2016 [830]
Zlatan Ibrahimović4  Sweden FW Paris Saint-Germain* Troyes 9–0 13 March 2016 [831]
Zlatan Ibrahimović  Sweden FW Paris Saint-Germain* Nice 4–1 2 April 2016 [832]
Hatem Ben Arfa  France FW Nice* Rennes 3–0 10 April 2016 [833]
Sofiane Boufal  Morocco FW Lille* Gazélec Ajaccio 4–2 16 April 2016 [834]
Alexandre Lacazette  France FW Lyon* Monaco 6–1 7 May 2016 [835]
Edinson Cavani  Uruguay FW Paris Saint-Germain Gazélec Ajaccio 4–0 7 May 2016 [836]
Alexandre Lacazette  France FW Lyon Nancy* 3–0 14 August 2016 [837]
Mevlüt Erdinç  Turkey FW Metz Nantes* 3–0 11 September 2016 [838]
Edinson Cavani4  Uruguay FW Paris Saint-Germain Caen* 6–0 16 September 2016 [839]
Casimir Ninga  Chad FW Montpellier Dijon* 3–3 1 October 2016 [840]
Alassane Pléa  France FW Nice Metz* 2–4 23 October 2016 [841]
Radamel Falcao  Colombia FW Monaco Bordeaux* 4–0 10 December 2016 [842]
Ola Toivonen  Sweden FW Toulouse* Lorient 3–2 10 December 2016 [843]
Bafétimbi Gomis  France FW Marseille* Montpellier 5–1 27 January 2017 [844]
Kylian Mbappé  France FW Monaco* Metz 5–0 11 February 2017 [845]
Florian Thauvin  France FW Marseille Caen* 5–1 30 April 2017 [846]
Nicolas de Préville  France FW Lille* Nantes 3–0 20 May 2017 [847]
Radamel Falcao  Colombia FW Monaco Dijon* 4–1 13 August 2017 [848]
Memphis Depay  Netherlands FW Lyon Troyes* 5–0 22 October 2017 [849]
Neymar4  Brazil FW Paris Saint-Germain* Dijon 8–0 17 January 2018 [850]
Florian Thauvin  France FW Marseille* Metz 6–3 2 February 2018 [851]
Alassane Pléa4  France FW Nice Guingamp* 5–2 11 March 2018 [852]
Romain Hamouma  France FW Saint-Étienne* Lille 5–0 19 May 2018 [853]
Memphis Depay  Netherlands FW Lyon* Nice 3–2 19 May 2018 [854]
Nicolas Pépé  Ivory Coast FW Lille Amiens* 3–2 15 September 2018 [855]
Kylian Mbappé4  France FW Paris Saint-Germain* Lyon 5–0 7 October 2018 [856]
Emiliano Sala  Argentina FW Nantes* Toulouse 4–0 20 October 2018 [857]
Edinson Cavani  Uruguay FW Paris Saint-Germain Monaco* 4–0 11 November 2018 [858]
Florian Thauvin  France FW Marseille Amiens* 3–1 25 November 2018 [859]
Edinson Cavani  Uruguay FW Paris Saint-Germain* Guingamp 9–0 19 January 2019 [860]
Kylian Mbappé  France FW Paris Saint-Germain* Guingamp 9–0 19 January 2019

Statistics[edit]

Multiple hat-tricks[edit]

The following table lists the minimum number of hat-tricks scored by players who have scored three or more hat-tricks.

Players in bold are still active in the Ligue 1.