List of Scottish Premier League hat-tricks

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Henrik Larsson scored a record 12 Scottish Premier League hat-tricks, for Celtic.

The Scottish Premier League (SPL) was a football league competition that operated between 1998 and 2013.[a] During that period, more than 100 players scored three goals (a hat-trick) or more in a single match. The first player to achieve the feat was Craig Burley, who scored three times for Celtic in a 5–0 victory against Dunfermline Athletic on the opening day of the first SPL season.[1] Eight players scored more than three goals in a match; of these, three players, Kris Boyd (twice), Gary Hooper and Kenny Miller scored five.[2]

Three matches featured two hat-tricks in the same game. The first two came in the same week of the 1999–2000 season. Henrik Larsson and Mark Viduka both scored three goals each in Celtic's 7–0 win against Aberdeen on 16 October 1999,[3] then Aberdeen's Robbie Winters and Motherwell's John Spencer both scored hat-tricks in a 6–5 win for Aberdeen at Fir Park four days later.[4] Gary Hooper and Anthony Stokes both scored hat-tricks in Celtic's league record 9–0 win against Aberdeen on 6 November 2010.[5] Larsson and Stokes are the only players who have scored hat-tricks in consecutive matches.[2]

Henrik Larsson scored three or more goals twelve times in the Scottish Premier League, more than any other player.[2] Larsson, Boyd, John Hartson, Michael Higdon and Stokes were the only players to have scored more than three hat-tricks in the SPL. Five players scored hat-tricks for two different clubs: Boyd (Kilmarnock and Rangers), Higdon (St Mirren and Motherwell), Gary McSwegan (Heart of Midlothian and Kilmarnock), Colin Nish (Kilmarnock and Hibernian) and Stokes (Falkirk and Celtic).

Hat-tricksEdit

 
Mark Viduka scored a hat-trick for Celtic against Kilmarnock on 30 October 1999.[6] All three goals were scored in the space of four minutes, making it one of the fastest hat-tricks on record.[6]
 
Ivan Sproule scored all three goals in a 3–0 victory for Hibernian against Rangers on 27 August 2005.[7] He had only came onto the pitch as a substitute during the second half of the match.[7]
 
Kris Boyd broke the SPL goalscoring record set by Henrik Larsson when he scored five goals for Rangers against Dundee United on 30 December 2009.[8]
 
Kyle Lafferty scored a hat-trick as Rangers clinched the championship on the final day of the 2010–11 Scottish Premier League season.[9]
Key
4 Player scored four goals
5 Player scored five goals
* The home team
# Player Nationality For Against Result[b] Date Ref
1 Craig Burley   Scotland Celtic* Dunfermline Athletic 5–0 1 August 1998 [1]
2 Ally McCoist   Scotland Kilmarnock* Heart of Midlothian 3–0 30 August 1998 [10]
3 Billy Dodds   Scotland Dundee United St Johnstone* 1–3 26 September 1998 [11]
4 Henrik Larsson   Sweden Celtic* Dundee 6–1 7 November 1998 [12]
5 Harald Brattbakk   Norway Celtic* St Johnstone 5–0 31 January 1999 [13]
6 Henrik Larsson   Sweden Celtic* Heart of Midlothian 3–0 6 February 1999 [14]
7 Jorg Albertz   Germany Rangers* Dundee 6–1 20 February 1999 [15]
8 Henrik Larsson4   Sweden Celtic Motherwell* 1–7 21 February 1999 [16]
9 Rod Wallace   England Rangers Kilmarnock* 0–5 28 February 1999 [17]
10 Robbie Winters   Scotland Aberdeen* Dunfermline Athletic 3–1 3 April 1999 [18]
11 Gary McSwegan   Scotland Heart of Midlothian Aberdeen* 2–5 23 May 1999 [19]
12 Gary McSwegan   Scotland Heart of Midlothian* Aberdeen 3–0 22 August 1999 [20]
13 Henrik Larsson   Sweden Celtic* Aberdeen 7–0 16 October 1999 [3]
14 Mark Viduka   Australia Celtic* Aberdeen 7–0 16 October 1999 [3]
15 Robbie Winters   Scotland Aberdeen Motherwell* 5–6 20 October 1999 [4]
16 John Spencer   Scotland Motherwell* Aberdeen 5–6 20 October 1999 [4]
17 Jonatan Johansson   Finland Rangers Aberdeen* 1–5 30 October 1999 [21]
18 Mark Viduka   Australia Celtic* Kilmarnock 5–1 30 October 1999 [6]
19 Rod Wallace   England Rangers Dundee* 1–7 27 February 2000 [22]
20 Tommy Johnson   England Celtic* Dundee 6–2 1 March 2000 [23]
21 Rod Wallace   England Rangers* Motherwell 6–2 18 March 2000 [24]
22 Tommy Johnson   England Celtic* Aberdeen 5–1 6 May 2000 [25]
23 Juan Sara   Argentina Dundee Dundee United 3–0 20 September 2000 [26]
24 Robbie Winters   Scotland Aberdeen Dundee United* 3–5 23 September 2000 [27]
25 Mixu Paatelainen   Finland Hibernian* Heart of Midlothian 6–2 22 October 2000 [28]
26 Kenny Miller5   Scotland Rangers* St Mirren 7–1 4 November 2000 [2]
27 Henrik Larsson   Sweden Celtic* Aberdeen 6–0 17 December 2000 [29]
28 Paul Wright   Scotland Kilmarnock St Mirren* 1–3 26 December 2000 [30]
29 Henrik Larsson4   Sweden Celtic* Kilmarnock 6–0 2 January 2001 [31]
30 Henrik Larsson   Sweden Celtic Heart of Midlothian* 0–3 4 February 2001 [32]
31 Arild Stavrum   Norway Aberdeen* St Mirren 3–0 21 February 2001 [33]
32 Arild Stavrum   Norway Aberdeen* Dundee United 4–1 4 April 2001 [34]
33 Tore André Flo   Norway Rangers Dundee United* 1–6 22 September 2001 [35]
34 Hicham Zerouali   Morocco Aberdeen Dundee* 1–4 29 September 2001 [36]
35 John Hartson   Wales Celtic* Dundee United 5–1 20 October 2001 [37]
36 David Ferrere   France Motherwell* Hibernian 4–0 9 February 2002 [38]
37 Henrik Larsson   Sweden Celtic* Dunfermline Athletic 5–0 9 February 2002 [39]
38 Henrik Larsson   Sweden Celtic* Livingston 5–1 6 April 2002 [40]
39 Mark de Vries4   Suriname Heart of Midlothian* Hibernian 5–1 11 August 2002 [41]
40 Henrik Larsson   Sweden Celtic* Kilmarnock 5–0 28 September 2002 [42]
41 John Hartson4   Wales Celtic* Aberdeen 7–0 3 November 2002 [43]
42 Alex Burns   Scotland Partick Thistle* Kilmarnock 3–0 30 November 2002 [44]
43 Shota Arveladze   Georgia Rangers* Livingston 4–3 4 December 2002 [45]
44 Barry Ferguson   Scotland Rangers* Dundee United 3–1 14 December 2002 [46]
45 John Hartson   Wales Celtic* Heart of Midlothian 4–2 26 December 2002 [47]
46 Gary McSwegan4   Scotland Kilmarnock* Hibernian 6–2 5 April 2003 [48]
47 James McFadden   Scotland Motherwell* Livingston 6–2 24 May 2003 [49]
48 Henrik Larsson   Sweden Celtic* Livingston 5–1 30 August 2003 [50]
49 Henrik Larsson   Sweden Celtic* Aberdeen 4–0 25 October 2003 [51]
50 Chris Sutton   England Celtic Kilmarnock* 0–5 1 November 2003 [52]
51 Chris Sutton   England Celtic Dundee United* 1–5 22 November 2003 [53]
52 David Clarkson   Scotland Motherwell* Dundee United 3–1 3 January 2004 [54]
53 Jim McIntyre   Scotland Dundee United* Kilmarnock 4–1 20 March 2004 [55]
54 Kris Boyd5   Scotland Kilmarnock* Dundee United 5–2 25 September 2004 [2]
55 Andy Tod   Scotland Dunfermline Athletic* Dundee 3–1 1 January 2005 [56]
56 Derek Riordan   Scotland Hibernian* Kilmarnock 3–0 22 January 2005 [57]
57 Craig Bellamy   Wales Celtic Dundee United* 2–3 19 March 2005 [58]
58 John Hartson   Wales Celtic Livingston* 0–4 13 April 2005 [59]
59 Derek Young   Scotland Dunfermline Athletic* Dundee 5–0 7 May 2005 [60]
60 John Hartson   Wales Celtic Motherwell* 4–4 30 July 2005 [61]
61 Colin Nish   Scotland Kilmarnock* Livingston 3–0 27 August 2005 [62]
62 Ivan Sproule   Northern Ireland Hibernian Rangers* 0–3 27 August 2005 [7]
63 Stiliyan Petrov   Bulgaria Celtic* Motherwell 5–0 26 October 2005 [63]
64 Peter Løvenkrands   Denmark Rangers Kilmarnock* 2–3 11 December 2005 [64]
65 Maciej Żurawski4   Poland Celtic Dunfermline Athletic* 1–8 19 February 2006 [65]
66 Kris Boyd   Scotland Rangers Dundee United* 1–4 2 April 2006 [66]
67 Shunsuke Nakamura   Japan Celtic Dundee United* 1–4 14 October 2006 [67]
68 Anthony Stokes   Ireland Falkirk* Dundee United 5–1 28 October 2006 [68]
69 Anthony Stokes   Ireland Falkirk Dunfermline Athletic* 0–3 4 November 2006 [69]
70 Thomas Gravesen   Denmark Celtic St Mirren* 1–3 12 November 2006 [70]
71 Anthony Stokes   Ireland Falkirk* Inverness CT 3–1 30 December 2006 [71]
72 Alan Gow   Scotland Falkirk Dundee United* 1–5 1 January 2007 [72]
73 Jan Vennegoor of Hesselink   Netherlands Celtic* St Mirren 5–1 20 January 2007 [73]
74 Kris Boyd   Scotland Rangers Kilmarnock* 1–3 11 February 2007 [74]
75 Kris Boyd   Scotland Rangers* Aberdeen 3–0 17 March 2007 [75]
76 Barry Robson   Scotland Dundee United Heart of Midlothian* 0–4 17 March 2007 [76]
77 Scott McDonald   Australia Celtic* Dundee United 3–0 29 September 2007 [77]
78 Clayton Donaldson   England Hibernian* Kilmarnock 4–1 29 September 2007 [78]
79 Scott McDonald   Australia Celtic* Motherwell 3–0 27 October 2007 [79]
80 Aiden McGeady   Ireland Celtic* Falkirk 4–0 11 December 2007 [80]
81 Barry Robson   Scotland Dundee United* Heart of Midlothian 4–1 2 January 2008 [81]
82 Steven Fletcher   Scotland Hibernian* Gretna 4–2 13 February 2008 [82]
83 Kris Boyd   Scotland Rangers* Inverness CT 5–0 1 November 2008 [83]
84 Kris Boyd   Scotland Rangers* Hamilton Academical 7–1 6 December 2008 [84]
85 Chris Porter   England Motherwell* Inverness CT 3–2 27 December 2008 [85]
86 Shunsuke Nakamura   Japan Celtic* St Mirren 7–0 28 February 2009 [86]
87 Kevin Kyle   Scotland Kilmarnock* Falkirk 3–0 11 April 2009 [87]
88 Peter MacDonald   Scotland St Johnstone Motherwell* 1–3 26 December 2009 [88]
89 Kris Boyd5   Scotland Rangers* Dundee United 7–1 30 December 2009 [8]
90 Jon Daly   Ireland Dundee United Falkirk* 1–4 24 January 2010 [89]
91 Colin Nish   Scotland Hibernian Motherwell* 6–6 5 May 2010 [90]
92 Paul Hartley   Scotland Aberdeen* Hamilton Academical 4–0 14 August 2010 [91]
93 Kenny Miller   Scotland Rangers Hibernian* 0–3 22 August 2010 [92]
94 Rudi Skacel   Czech Republic Heart of Midlothian* St Mirren 3–0 23 October 2010 [93]
95 Gary Hooper   England Celtic* Aberdeen 9–0 6 November 2010 [5]
96 Anthony Stokes   Ireland Celtic* Aberdeen 9–0 6 November 2010 [5]
97 Nick Blackman   England Motherwell* St Johnstone 4–0 10 November 2010 [94]
98 Kenny Miller   Scotland Rangers Kilmarnock* 2–3 20 November 2010 [95]
99 Adam Rooney   Ireland Inverness CT* Hibernian 4–2 20 November 2010 [96]
100 Nikica Jelavić   Croatia Rangers* Motherwell 6–0 12 February 2011 [97]
101 Michael Higdon   England St Mirren* Hamilton Academical 3–1 2 April 2011 [98]
102 Jon Daly   Ireland Dundee United* Motherwell 4–0 7 May 2011 [99]
103 Kyle Lafferty   Northern Ireland Rangers Kilmarnock* 1–5 15 May 2011 [9]
104 Scott Vernon   England Aberdeen* Dunfermline Athletic 4–0 30 September 2011 [100]
105 Andrew Shinnie   Scotland Inverness CT Kilmarnock* 3–6 5 November 2011 [101]
106 Gary Hooper   England Celtic* St Mirren 5–0 26 November 2011 [102]
107 Rudi Skacel   Czech Republic Heart of Midlothian* St Mirren 5–2 14 January 2012 [103]
108 Michael Higdon   England Motherwell* Hibernian 4–3 22 February 2012 [104]
109 Steven Thompson   Scotland St Mirren* Dunfermline Athletic 4–4 21 April 2012 [105]
110 Gary Hooper5   England Celtic* Heart of Midlothian 5–0 13 May 2012 [106]
111 Sone Aluko   Nigeria Rangers St Johnstone* 0–4 13 May 2012 [107]
112 Michael Higdon   England Motherwell* Inverness CT 4–1 2 September 2012 [108]
113 Cillian Sheridan   Ireland Kilmarnock Heart of Midlothian* 1–3 29 September 2012 [109]
114 Billy McKay   Northern Ireland Inverness CT Dundee United* 4–4 15 December 2012 [110]
115 Niall McGinn   Northern Ireland Aberdeen Dundee* 1–3 29 December 2012 [111]
116 Johnny Russell   Scotland Dundee United Kilmarnock* 2–3 19 January 2013 [112]
117 Michael Higdon   England Motherwell* St Johnstone 3–2 20 January 2013 [113]
118 Paul Heffernan   Ireland Kilmarnock Heart of Midlothian* 0–3 16 February 2013 [114]
119 Billy McKay   Northern Ireland Inverness CT* Motherwell 4–3 4 May 2013 [115]

Multiple hat-tricksEdit

Rank Player Hat-tricks
1st   Henrik Larsson
12
2nd   Kris Boyd 7
3rd   John Hartson 5
4th   Michael Higdon 4
  Anthony Stokes
6th   Gary Hooper 3
  Gary McSwegan
  Kenny Miller
  Rod Wallace
  Robbie Winters
9th   Jon Daly
2
  Tommy Johnson
  Scott McDonald
  Billy McKay
  Shunsuke Nakamura
  Colin Nish
  Barry Robson
  Rudi Skacel
  Arild Stavrum
  Chris Sutton
  Mark Viduka

NotesEdit

a The Scottish Premier League was the top tier of the Scottish football league system. It was formed in 1998 and was disestablished in 2013.

b The results column shows the home team score first.

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