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List of Italy national football team hat-tricks

This is a list of the hat-tricks scored for the Italy national football team. Besides the instances of a player scoring three goals in a game, the list also includes games where a player has scored more than three goals.

Hat-tricksEdit

As of 31 May 2017

Scores and results list Italy's goal tally first.

Player Competition Against Home/Away Result Goals Date
Carlo Biagi [1] 1936 Summer Olympics   Japan Home 8–0 4 7 August 1936
Francesco Pernigo [2] 1948 Summer Olympics   United States Home 9–0 4 2 August 1948
Omar Sívori 1962 FIFA World Cup qualification   Israel Home 6–0 4 4 November 1961
Alberto Orlando UEFA Euro 1964 qualifying   Turkey Home 6–0 4 2 December 1962
Luigi Riva 1974 FIFA World Cup qualification   Luxembourg Home 5–0 4 31 March 1973
Roberto Bettega 1978 FIFA World Cup qualification   Finland Home 6–1 4 15 October 1977
Pietro Lana Friendly   France Home 6–2 3 15 May 1910
Ermanno Aebi Friendly   France Home 9–4 3 18 January 1920
Guglielmo Brezzi Friendly   France Home 9–4 3 18 January 1920
Adolfo Baloncieri Friendly    Switzerland Away 5–1 3 30 January 1927
Angelo Schiavio [3] 1928 Summer Olympics   Egypt Home 11–3 3 9 June 1928
Elvio Banchero [3] 1928 Summer Olympics   Egypt Home 11–3 3 9 June 1928
Mario Magnozzi [3] 1928 Summer Olympics   Egypt Home 11–3 3 9 June 1928
Gino Rossetti 1927–30 Central European International Cup   Czechoslovakia Home 4–2 3 3 March 1929
Giuseppe Meazza Central European International Cup   Hungary Away 5–0 3 11 May 1930
Giuseppe Meazza Friendly   France Home 5–0 3 25 January 1931
Francesco Fedullo 1931–32 Central European International Cup    Switzerland Home 3–0 3 14 February 1932
Angelo Schiavio 1934 FIFA World Cup   United States Home 7–1 3 27 May 1934
Annibale Frossi [4] 1936 Summer Olympics   Japan Home 8–0 3 7 August 1936
Silvio Piola Friendly   Belgium Home 6–1 3 15 May 1938
Silvio Piola Friendly   Finland Away 3–2 3 20 July 1939
Romeo Menti Friendly    Switzerland Home 5–2 3 27 April 1947
Aredio Gimona [5] 1952 Summer Olympics   United States Home 8–0 3 16 July 1952
Sergio Brighenti [6] Unofficial friendly Empoli F.C. Home 4–1 3 22 April 1959
Paolo Barison 1966 FIFA World Cup qualification   Poland Home 6–1 3 1 November 1965
Sandro Mazzola [6] Unofficial friendly DBU Copenhagen Away 4–0 3 6 July 1966
Luigi Riva 1968 UEFA Euro qualifying   Cyprus Home 5–0 3 1 November 1967
Luigi Riva 1970 FIFA World Cup qualification   Wales Home 4–1 3 4 November 1969
Francesco Graziani Unofficial friendly   United States Home 10–0 3 4 April 1975
Paolo Rossi 1982 FIFA World Cup   Brazil Home 3–2 3 5 July 1982
Paolo Rossi Friendly   Mexico Home 5–0 3 4 February 1984
Alessandro Altobelli [7] Unofficial friendly   Guatemala Home 4–0 3 24 May 1986
Gianfranco Zola [8] UEFA Euro 1996 qualifying   Lithuania Home 4–0 3 15 November 1996
Enrico Chiesa FIGC Centenary World XI Home 6–2 3 16 December 1998
Filippo Inzaghi UEFA Euro 2004 qualifying   Wales Home 4–0 3 6 September 2003
Luca Toni 2006 FIFA World Cup qualification   Belarus Away 4–1 3 7 September 2005
Alberto Gilardino 2010 FIFA World Cup qualification   Cyprus Home 3–2 3 14 October 2009
Ciro Immobile [9] Unofficial friendly Fluminense FC Away 5–3 3 8 June 2014
Gianluca Lapadula [10] Unofficial friendly   San Marino Home 8–0 3 31 May 2017

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Convocazioni e presenze in campo: Carlo Biagi". FIGC.it (in Italian). Retrieved 7 April 2016.
  2. ^ "Convocazioni e presenze in campo: Francesco Pernigo". FIGC.it (in Italian). Retrieved 6 April 2016.
  3. ^ a b c "Italy - Egypt 11:3". FIFA.com. FIFA. Retrieved 25 March 2016.
  4. ^ "Convocazioni e presenze in campo: Annibale Frossi". FIGC.it (in Italian). Retrieved 7 April 2016.
  5. ^ "Convocazioni e presenze in campo: Aredio Gimona". FIGC.it (in Italian). Retrieved 12 April 2016.
  6. ^ a b "Le partite non valide e quelle non ufficiali disputate dalla Nazionale (elenco incompleto)". Italia1910.com (in Italian). Retrieved 26 April 2016.
  7. ^ "Guatemala v Italy, 24 May 1986". 11v11.com. Retrieved 26 April 2016.
  8. ^ "Italy–Lithuania 4–0". UEFA.com. UEFA. Retrieved 7 June 2018.
  9. ^ "Fluminense vs Italy 3-5". soccerway.com. Retrieved 26 April 2016.
  10. ^ Camedda, Paolo (31 May 2017). "Italia-San Marino 8-0: Goleada azzurra, buone indicazioni per Ventura". Goal.com (in Italian). Archived from the original on 1 June 2017. Retrieved 1 June 2017.

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