List of goalscoring goalkeepers

Goals scored by goalkeepers are a somewhat rare event in football. Goalkeepers spend the majority of a match in the penalty area of their own team, a marked area around the goal they are defending in which they can handle the ball, in order to defend their goal. It is highly unusual for a goalkeeper to move far beyond this area and join an attack, as this leaves the defence vulnerable to long-distance attempts until the goalkeeper can return to defend it.

Rogério Ceni has scored more goals than any other goalkeeper.

The most prolific goalscoring goalkeepers are those who take penalties or free kicks. Other occasions where goalkeepers sometimes score include set pieces where a goalkeeper joins an attack as a team is chasing a goal in order to prevent a defeat, or from goal kicks or otherwise regular clearances which travel the length of the pitch into the opposite goal. These types of instances are generally extremely rare and when they do happen it is generally considered a fluke or a stroke of luck rather than the intended consequence.

RecordsEdit

The record for most goals is held by the Brazilian Rogério Ceni, with 131 goals.[1][2][3] He scored his 100th goal in a 2–1 win for São Paulo on 27 March 2011.[4][5]

In addition to having the second most goals (67), Paraguayan José Luis Chilavert has recorded the most goals scored in international matches (8), is only the second goalkeeper to score a hat-trick,[6] and in 2000, while playing with Vélez Sarsfield, he and Argentine goalkeeper Roberto Bonano with River Plate both scored in the same Copa Mercosur match.[7]

On 2 November 2013, Stoke City goalkeeper Asmir Begović scored a goal which was the fastest for a professional goalkeeper in football history (13 seconds).[8]

On 27 April 1985, SV Darmstadt 98 goalkeeper Wilhelm Huxhorn broke the record for the longest goal in football history (103 metres / 112.6 yards), in a match against Fortuna Köln.[9] However, the longest goal to have been officially recorded in the Guinness World Records was scored by Tom King of Newport County, on 19 January 2021 against Cheltenham Town. The goal was confirmed to be 96.01 metres (105 yd) long.[10]

ListEdit

The following list comprises goalkeepers who have scored in a professional national or international competition.

Bold names indicate keepers active during the 2022–23 season.

Name Nation Years Team(s) Goals Notes
Rogério Ceni   Brazil 1990–2015 São Paulo 131 Record for a goalkeeper,[2][11] record number of free kicks (61), record number of penalties (69), record number of club goals (131). Scored 14 goals (six free kicks and eight penalties) in Copa Libertadores and 65 (26 free kicks, one indirect free kick[12] and 38 penalties) in Brazilian League.[13] Had five matches with two goals.
José Luis Chilavert   Paraguay 1982–2004 Paraguay, Sportivo Luqueno, Guaraní, Zaragoza, Vélez Sársfield, Strasbourg, Peñarol 67 Record number of international goals (8), first goalkeeper to score a hat trick (3 goals in a single game). 62 goals considered by IFFHS and more 5 goals scored at the Paraguayan Primera División.[14][15][11]
Jorge Campos   Mexico 1988–2004 Pumas UNAM, Atlante, L. A. Galaxy 46 Scored 28 goals[16][17][18] for Pumas playing as striker while Adolfo Ríos is the goalkeeper (1989–1991).[19] In the most of his goals, he moved to the field line while another goalkeeper entered as a substitute.[20][21] 44 goals scored for Pumas,[22] 1 for Atlante[23] and 1 for LA Galaxy.[24][11]
Johnny Vegas Fernández   Peru 1997–2017 Sport Boys, Union Huaral, Universidad San Martín de Porres, FBC Melgar, Sport Ancash, Cienciano, Alianza Atlético, Club Deportivo Pacífico FC, Defensor San Alejandro, Los Caimanes 45 Forty goals in first division, one goal in Copa Sudamericana and four goals in second division[25][26][11]
René Higuita   Colombia 1985–2009 Colombia, Atlético Nacional, Veracruz, Independiente Medellín, Real Cartagena, Bajo Cauca FC, Deportivo Rionegro 43 Also famous for his scorpion kick save against England in 1995[2][27][11]
Dimitar Ivankov   Bulgaria 1996–2012 Levski Sofia, Kayserispor, Bursaspor 42 [28][11]
Márcio   Brazil 2002–2019 Atlético Goianiense, Goiás, Goiânia 40 37 goals for Atlético Goianiense (2007–2015), 1 for Goiás (2016) and 2 for Goiânia (2019)[29][30][31][13][11]
Fernando Patterson   Costa Rica 1989–2013 Xelajú, Cobán Imperial, Puntarenas, Ramonense 35 [2][32][33][11]
Hans-Jörg Butt   Germany 1994–2012 VfB Oldenburg, Hamburger SV, Bayer Leverkusen, Bayern Munich, Bayern Munich II 33 Record number of penalty goals in a single professional league of Europe (26 in 1. Bundesliga); includes three goals in UEFA Champions League (record for a goalkeeper), one in the German League Cup, one in the 2. Bundesliga, one in the 2. Bundesliga play-off, and one in the 3. Liga.[34][35][11]
Misael Alfaro   El Salvador 1988–2010 Luis Ángel Firpo, San Salvador, Águila, Alianza, Metapán 31 [2][11]
Dragan Pantelić   Yugoslavia 1971–1985 Yugoslavia, Radnički Niš, Bordeaux 29 24 for Radnički Niš, 3 for Bordeaux, 2 for Yugoslavia.[2][36][37]
Fábio Rampi   Brazil 2011– São José 29 Goals scored at Campeonato Brasileiro Série C, Campeonato Brasileiro Série D, Campeonato Gaúcho and Copa FGF.[38][39]
Ante Vulić   Yugoslavia 1951–1962 Hajduk Split 29 All penalties. 15 official goals and 14 in friendly matches.[40][41]
Exar Rosales   Peru 2003–2021 Los Caimanes, Atlético Minero, Deportivo Municipal, Comerciantes Unidos, Juan Aurich 26 [42][43]
Žarko Lučić   Serbia and Montenegro
  Montenegro
1992–2008 Rudar Pljevlja, Budućnost Podgorica, Kom Podgorica, Mladost Podgorica 25 [2][44][45]
Marco Cornez   Chile 1982–1995 Palestino 24 Most goals by a goalkeeper in Chile[2]
Vincent Enyeama   Nigeria 1999–2018 Ibom Stars, Enyimba, Hapoel Tel Aviv 24 Was the main penalty taker for Hapoel Tel Aviv[2]
Rafael Dudamel   Venezuela 1989–2010 Venezuela, Santa Fe, Zulia, Quilmes, Deportivo Cali, Unión Maracaíbo, Estudiantes de Mérida 22 [46][47][48][49]
Phan Văn Santos   Vietnam 1997–2014 Đồng Tâm Long An, Navibank Saigon 22 Highest-scoring goalkeeper in all of Asia. First goalkeeper to score in an AFC Champions League match.[50][51]
Nizami Sadigov   Azerbaijan Turan Tovuz 21 [2]
Cristian Lucchetti   Argentina 1995– Banfield, Atlético Tucumán 20 19 for Banfield, 1 for Atlético Tucumán.[52]
Sebastián Saja   Argentina 2000–2017 San Lorenzo, Grêmio, Racing 20 12 for San Lorenzo, 7 for Racing, 1 for Grêmio.[53][13]
Wilson   Brazil 2005– Figueirense, Coritiba 19 17 penalties, 1 free kick and 1 header.[54] 8 for Figueirense, 11 for Coritiba[55][56][57][13]
Tiago Campagnaro   Brazil 2003–2016 Portuguesa, Vasco da Gama 18 [58]
Miguel Ángel Ortiz   Argentina 1965–1979 Montevideo Wanderers, Atlético Mineiro, Comercial 17 All penalties. 9 for Montevideo Wanderers,[59] 7 for Atlético Mineiro,[60] and 1 for Comercial.[61][13]
Sebastián Bertoli   Argentina 1997–2019 Patronato 16 [62][63]
Marijan Jantoljak   Yugoslavia 1958–1978 Rijeka, Borac Banja Luka, Metalac Sisak 16 [64][65]
Luis Ardente   Argentina 2001– San Martín de San Juan 15 All penalties[66]
Gilbert Bodart   Belgium 1981–2002 Standard Liège 14 [67][68]
Ignacio González   Argentina 1991–2008 Racing, Las Palmas 14 Joint-highest scoring goalkeeper in La Liga history with six goals (all penalties for Las Palmas)[69]
Mircea Bornescu   Romania 1999–2017 Extensiv Craiova, Universitatea Craiova 13 All penalties[70][71][72]
Mykhaylo Burch   Soviet Union
  Ukraine
1977–2002 Volyn Lutsk, Veres Rivne, Sokil Zolochiv 13 All penalties[73][74]
Kennedy Mweene   Zambia 2003– Zambia, Free State Stars 13 Twelve penalties, as well as an equalizing goal against Nigeria in an Africa Cup of Nations group stage match on 25 January 2013.
Andrés Peláez   Colombia 2003–2013 Unión Magdalena, Valledupar 13 All penalties[75]
Gaspar Servio   Argentina 2012– Banfield, Independiente Rivadavia, Guaraní, Rosario Central 13 1 goal for Banfield, 1 for Independiente Rivadavia, 7 for Guaraní, 4 for Rosario Central.[76][77]
Alejandro Sinisterra   Colombia 1961–1971 Cúcuta Deportivo, Bucaramanga, Deportivo Cali 13 [46]
Philippe Vande Walle   Belgium 1979–2000 Germinal Ekeren 13 [78]
Danilo Aceval   Paraguay 1994–2007 Cerro Porteño, Ñublense 12 8 for Cerro Porteño,[79] 4 for Ñublense.[80][81][82][83]
Mario Bytyçi   Albania 2003– Skrapari, Kamza, Butrinti Sarandë, Mamurras, Bylis Ballsh 12 All penalties[84]
Isli Hidi   Albania 1998– Olympiakos Nicosia, Bylis Ballsh, Erzeni 12 1 for Olympiakos Nicosia, 8 for Bylis, 3 for Erzeni[85][86][87]
Tony Read   England 1964–1972 Luton Town 12 Scored whilst playing as a striker, including one hat-trick[88]
Hugo Suárez   Bolivia 2001–2020 Jorge Wilstermann, Real Potosí, Blooming 12 [89][90][91][92]
Andriy Dykan   Ukraine 1995–2016 Avanhard Rovenky, SKA-Energiya Khabarovsk 11 Two goals scored as an outfield player for Avanhard, nine penalty goals for SKA-Energiya[93]
Dimitris Gakis   Greece 1974–1989 Panetolikos 11 Eleven penalties scored during the 1983–84 season of the Greek second division[94]
Nelson Ramos   Colombia 2011– Deportivo Pasto, Millonarios, América de Cali, Boca Juniors de Cali 11 Scored from a free kick and had one assist on 17 September 2016[95] In 2021, Ramos set a record after being the first goalkeeper to score goals from free kicks in three consecutive matches.[96]
Peter Schmeichel   Denmark 1981–2003 Denmark, Hvidovre, Brøndby, Manchester United, Aston Villa 11 [97]
Imrich Stacho   Czechoslovakia 1947–1966
Czechoslovakia, Spartak Trnava 11 Scored the first international goal by a goalkeeper. All penalties[98]
Anton Švajlen   Czechoslovakia 1959–1975 VSS Košice 11 All penalties[98]
Julián Viáfara   Colombia 1996–2013 América de Cali, Vitória, Deportes Quindío 11 [99][13]
Sebastián Viera   Uruguay 2003– Junior 11 [100]
Gastón Losa   Argentina 1997–2018 Deportes La Serena, All Boys 10 9 goals for La Serena, 1 goal for All Boys.[101][102]
Christian Piot   Belgium 1966–1978
Belgium, Standard Liège 10 [97]
Mario Villasanti   Paraguay 2003– Ayacucho 10 [103][104][105][106]
Ekrem Aydın   Turkey Sivasspor, D.Ç. Divriğispor, Tokatspor, Aksarayspor 9 All penalties[107]
Iván Brun   Argentina 2004– Cruz del Sur, Petrolero, Mushuc Runa, Universitario de Sucre 9 [108]
Miguel Ego   Peru 1983–1997 Alianza Atlético, Atlético Torino 9 [106][26]
Diego Rodríguez   Argentina 2011– Independiente 9 All penalties[109]
César Silva   Brazil 1990–2000 Avaí 9 [110]
Alexis Viera   Uruguay 1995–2015 América de Cali 9 [111]
Jefferson   Brazil 1995–2015 Horizonte, Maracanã 8 Goals scored at Campeonato Cearense and Campeonato Cearense Série B.[112]
Ioan Pap-Deac   Romania 1989–2004 Baia Mare 8 [113]
Ernald Scattergood   England 1907–1925 Derby County, Bradford Park Avenue 8 [114]
Kostyantyn Starodubovskyi   Ukraine Dnister Ovidiopol 8 All penalties[74][115]
Tigre   Brazil 2001– Atlético de Alagoinhas 8 [116]
Enrique Bologna   Argentina 2003– Banfield, Alianza Lima, Unión de Santa Fe 7 Scored four goals for Alianza, two goals for Unión and one goal for Banfield, all from the penalty spot (including one scored from a penalty rebound)[26]
Ihor Hymanych   Ukraine Desna Chernihiv, Slavutych 7 All penalties[74]
Angelo Konstantinou   Australia 2015– Canberra Olympic 7 Five goals scored in the National Premier Leagues,[117] two goals scored in the FFA Cup[118][119][51]
Răducanu Necula   Romania 1965–1982
Rapid București 7 [70][71]
Anatoly Pata   Soviet Union
  Ukraine
Dynamo Stavropol, Kavkaztransgaz Ryzdvyany 7 All penalties[120]
Nihad Pejković   Yugoslavia
  Bosnia and Herzegovina
1991–2005 Olimpija Ljubljana 7 [121]
Ognjen Petrović   Yugoslavia 1967–1978 Red Star Belgrade
Bastia
7 Scored at least 7 goals, one of them scored in the 1974–75 European Cup Winners' Cup[122]
Miloš Radanović   Serbia and Montenegro
  Montenegro
2001–2017 Rudar Pljevlja 7 All penalties
Hamood Sultan   Bahrain 1974–1998 Muharraq 7 Scored at least 7 goals, all of them penalties[123]
Fridolin Wenger   Switzerland 1907–1916 Basel 7 Scored seven goals, four of which in test games and three in the domestic league during the FC Basel 1912–13 season.[124]
Róbinson Zapata   Colombia 1998–2020 Real Cartagena, América de Cali, Santa Fe 7
Nico van Zoghel   Netherlands 1960–1979 Go Ahead Eagles, DOS 7
Bengt Andersson   Sweden 1984–2013 Brage, Örgryte 6 [125]
Bruno   Brazil 2002–2021 Flamengo, Rio Branco, Atlético Carioca 6 Three free kicks and three penalties[126][127][128][129][13]
Esteban Conde   Uruguay 2003– Danubio 6
Luis Delgado   Colombia 2001– Millonarios, Águilas Doradas 6 All goals scored from free kicks[130]
Matías Dituro   Argentina 2007– Bolívar, Antofagasta, Jorge Wilstermann 6 Scored six professional goals. Four were penalty kicks, one a long kick from his own penalty area, and the sixth a header.[131]
Carlos Fenoy   Argentina 1970–1988 Celta Vigo, Valladolid 6 Joint-highest scoring goalkeeper in La Liga history with six goals (five for Celta Vigo and one for Valladolid, all penalties)[132]
Johnny Herrera   Chile 1999–2020 Universidad de Chile, Everton 6 All penalties[133][134][135]
Alexánder Jara   Costa Rica 2001–2007 Puntarenas, Brujas 6 Scored four penalties and two free kicks[32]
Jean   Brazil 2015– Atlético Goianiense 6 [136][137][13]
George Kitchen   England 1897–1914? West Ham United 6 All penalties[138]
Dražen Ladić   Yugoslavia
  Croatia
1980–2000 Dinamo Zagreb, Iskra Bugojno 6 1 goal for Dinamo Zagreb, 5 goals for Iskra Bugojno.[139]
Jákup Mikkelsen   Faroe Islands 1991–2014 KÍ Klaksvík, Herfølge Boldklub 6 All penalties (four for Klaksvík, two for Herfølge)[140]
Ilija Pantelić   Yugoslavia 1961–1977 Vojvodina 6 Scored at least 6 goals.[141][142]
Les Pogliacomi   Australia 1994–2019 Wollongong Wolves 6 [143][51]
Nikos Sarganis   Greece 1978–1993 Olympiacos, Panathinaikos 6
Harry Schellekens   Netherlands 1970–1988 NEC, Groningen 6 All penalties[144]
Luis Barbat   Uruguay 1985–2009 Independiente Medellín, Tolima, América de Cali 5 [46]
Arnold Birch   England 1918–1929 Chesterfield 5 [145]
Alin Bota   Romania 2003– Baia Mare, Maramureș 5 [146]
Carlos Chávez   Colombia 2003–2016 Patriotas, Atlético Bucaramanga 5 All penalties[147]
Luis Gabelo Conejo   Costa Rica 1981–1997 Ramonense 5 All penalties and free kicks[32]
Fred Craig   Scotland 1912?–1930? Plymouth Argyle 5 All penalties[148][149]
Julio César Falcioni   Argentina 1976–1991 América de Cali 5 [46]
Tubo Fernández   Argentina 1978–1997 Lleida 5 [150]
Ferreira   Brazil 2016– Desportiva Guarabira, Força e Luz, Potiguar de Mossoró, Olímpico 5 Goals scored at the Campeonato Paraibano, Campeonato Potiguar and Campeonato Brasileiro Série D.[151][152][153]
Ergilio Hato   Curaçao 1946–1958 Curaçao 5 Two penalties and three goals while playing as a forward at 1953 CCCF Championship.[154][155] Possibly scored more goals playing for CRKSV Jong Holland.
Levente Jova   Hungary 2010– Nyíregyháza 5 [156]
Elvis Kotorri   Albania 1996–2018 Elbasani 5 All penalties
Víctor Loyola   Chile 2001–2011 Santiago Morning 5 Scored as a forward in Chilean play-offs
Andrejs Piedels   Latvia 1992–2010 Amstrig 5 [157]
Józef Pokorski   Poland 1934–1956 Lechia Gdańsk 5 Scored penalties against PTC Pabianice, Skra Częstochowa, Gwardia Olsztyn, Bzura Chodaków and Gedania Gdańsk. All five goals came in divisional playoff matches.[158]
Diego Pozo   Argentina 1995–2014 Godoy Cruz 5
Fayz Al-Sabiay   Saudi Arabia 2002–2017 Al-Khaleej 5 [159]
Lucidio Sentimenti   Italy 1940–1959 Modena, Juventus, Lazio 5 [46]
Lajos Szűcs   Hungary 1994–2016 Ferencváros, Újpest 5 All penalties
Vilmos Zombori   Romania 1926–1947 Ripensia Timişoara 5 [70][71]
Samir Aboud   Libya 1991–2013 Al-Ittihad 4 Scored four goals in his career, all penalties.[160]
Ronny Aloema   Suriname 2002–2017 Suriname 4 [161]
Máximo Banguera   Ecuador 2004– Barcelona SC 4 [162]
Laurence Batty   England 1982–2003 Woking 4 [163][164]
Etrit Berisha   Albania 2008– Kalmar FF 4 Took penalties while at Kalmar FF[165]
Miguel Ángel Calero   Colombia 1988–2011 Deportivo Cali, Pachuca 4 [46]
Fabián Carini   Uruguay 1997–2017 Danubio, Standard Liège, Juventud de Las Piedras 4 [166]
Gilmar Dal Pozzo   Brazil 1988–2007 Caxias 4 All penalties[167]
Juan Flores   Peru 1994–2016 Universitario, Cienciano, Atlético Minero 4 [26][168]
Eduardo Lobos   Chile 2000–2018 Chile U-20, Colo-Colo, Unión Española 4 One goal scored playing as a forward
Rasim Kara   Turkey 1972?–1984 Bursaspor, Beşiktaş 4 All penalties[169]
Serhiy Kyrienko   Ukraine Metalurh Nikopol 4 All penalties[74][170]
Hamish McAlpine   Scotland 1966–1989 Dundee United, Raith Rovers 4 [171]
Bernardo Medina   Paraguay 2006– General Díaz 4 All penalties, scored in 2016 Paraguayan Primera División season.[79]
Rodrigo Muñoz   Uruguay 2008– Cerro, Libertad 4 3 goals for Cerro, 1 for Libertad.[172][173]
Óscar Pérez   Mexico 1993–2019 Mexico U-23, Cruz Azul, Pachuca 4 Scored one goal for Mexico-U23,[174][175] two goals for Cruz Azul (both from last minute corner headers) and one goal for Pachuca (also a last minute header). He is only 1.71 m (5 ft 7 1⁄2 in) tall.
Stipe Pletikosa   Croatia 1996–2016 Hajduk Split 4 All penalties[176]
Mileta Radulović   Serbia and Montenegro
  Montenegro
1999–2017 Grbalj, Petrovac 4 All penalties
Ronny Sörensson   Sweden Landskrona 4 [177]
Mauricio Soria   Bolivia 1984–2005 Jorge Wilstermann 4 [178]
Federico Vilar   Argentina 2000–2016 Atlante 4 [179][180] Includes one goal scored in CONCACAF Champions League[181]
Cheng Xiaopeng   China 2004–2011 Nanchang Hengyuan 4 All penalties[182][51]
Zé Carlos   Brazil 2004– Criciúma, Paraná 4 [183]
Grigoris Athanasiou   Greece 2003– Pavlos Melas Stavroupoli 3 Third known goalkeeper to have scored a hat-trick, 12 February 2022, at the Greek fourth division.[184]
Pavlo Blazhaiev   Ukraine 1992–2005 Antratsyt Kirovske, CSKA Kyiv 3 Scored two free kicks for Antratsyt and one last minute header for CSKA Kyiv[74][185]
Cristian Campestrini   Argentina 2001–2021 Argentino de Rosario, Tigre 3 [186]
Santiago Castaño   United States 2013– Socrates Valencia 3 Scored three goals (penalty kicks) during the 2017 season.[187][188]
Sonny Dalesandro   United States 1995–2001 Tulsa Roughnecks 3 Scored three goals as a forward during the 1999 USISL season
Mohamed Al-Deayea   Saudi Arabia 1989–2010 Al Hilal 3 [51]
Diego Cabral   Brazil 2008–2016 Santos do Amapá 3 [189]
Denis Espinoza   Nicaragua 2002– Nicaragua, Walter Ferretti 3 Penalty at 2011 Copa Centroamericana[190]
Roger Freestone   Wales 1986–2004 Swansea City, Chelsea, Newport County 3
Diego Gómez   Colombia 1992–2010 Deportivo Pasto 3 [46]
Richard Gray   England 1895–1902 Burton Swifts 3 [191]
Dariusz Grubba   Poland 1995– Bałtyk Gdynia 3 [192] Playing as a striker
Harlei   Brazil 1990–2014 Comercial 3 Scored 3 goals, all penalties, during 1998 Campeonato Paulista Série A2 (against Ponte Preta, América and Sãocarlense).[193]
Hiran   Brazil 1993–2017 Guarani, Santo André, Linhares 3 Scored two headers, against Palmeiras (1997) and Juventus (1999). After returning from retirement, he scored one last penalty goal (2011).[194][57][195]
Zdeněk Jánoš   Czechoslovakia
  Czech Republic
1988–1999 Jablonec 97, Slavia Prague 3 All penalties (two for Jablonec and one for Slavia Prague)[196] Most goals by a goalkeeper in Czech First League history.
Kim Byung-ji   South Korea 1992–2015 Ulsan Hyundai Horang-i 3 First goalkeeper to score in a K League match[197][51]
Marko Lazarević   Serbia 2012– Brodarac 1947, Radnički Beograd 3 [198]
Erick Lonnis   Costa Rica 1985–2003 Saprissa 3 [199]
Jimmy Maidment   England 1923–1934 Newport County 3 [200]
Manga   Brazil 1955–1982 Sport Recife, Nacional, Internacional 3 Scored three goals. First a penalty kick in your farewell game by Sport Recife, 1959,[201] the second scored directly from his area against Racing Montevideo in 1973,[202] and the last converted a penalty against Gaúcho de Passo Fundo, at 1974 Campeonato Gaúcho[203]
Shpëtim Moçka   Albania 2007– Flamurtari Vlorë, Kastrioti Krujë, Teuta Durrës 3 Two penalties (against Dinamo Tirana and Apolonia Fier on 20 April 2011 and 10 February 2013, respectively) and a last-minute headed equalizer[204]
Gustavo Munúa   Uruguay 1997–2015 Nacional, Deportivo La Coruña, Málaga 3
Jérôme Palatsi   France 1989–2010 Beira-Mar, Vitória de Guimarães 3 [205][206]
Milton Patiño   Colombia 1993–2011 Millonarios 3
Jorge Pinos   Ecuador 2008– Deportivo Quevedo 3 [207]
Kevin Pressman   England 1987–2004 Sheffield Wednesday 3 All penalties[208][209][210]
James Raeside   Scotland Bury 3 [211]
David Reyes   Chile 2004– Santiago Morning 3 [212]
Antonio Rigamonti   Italy 1967–1986 Como 3 [213]
Jacinto Rodríguez   Paraguay 1979–1997 Sport Boys 3 [26]
Ulla-Karin Rönnlund   Sweden 1996–2009 Umeå 3 Scored one goal for Sweden U-20,[214] a last minute goal in open play for Umeå[215] and a penalty against Arsenal in the UEFA Women's Champions League.[216]
Thyago   Brazil 2014– Jabaquara 3 1 free kick and 2 penalties scored at Campeonato Paulista Segunda Divisão.[217]
Noel Valladares   Honduras 1996–2016 Motagua 3
Camilo Vargas   Colombia 2009– Santa Fe, Deportivo Cali 3 Two headers and one penalty.[218]
Jörg Weißflog   East Germany
  Germany
1975–1998 BSG Wismut Aue 3 A 90th-minute equaliser from open-play against Carl Zeiss Jena in 1986 and two penalties against FC Karl-Marx-Stadt and Bischofswerdaer FV in 1986 and 1994 respectively.[219][220]
Agenor   Brazil 2008– Criciúma 2 Both penalties at 2020 Campeonato Brasileiro Série C.[221][222]
An Qi   China 1999–2010 Dalian Changbo 2 Penalties scored at the 2005 China League One.[223]
Carlos Arias   Uruguay Cúcuta Deportivo, Unión Magdalena 2 [46]
Ivan Balan   Soviet Union 1972–1980 Sudnobudivnyk Mykolayiv 2 [224]
Willy Berger   Palestine
  Israel
1925–1950 Hapoel Tel Aviv, Maccabi Tel Aviv 2 Scored penalty kicks in 1929[225] and 1934 cup finals.
Jim Brown   Scotland 1968–1989 Washington Diplomats, Chesterfield 2 [226]
Jimmy Brownlie   Scotland 1902–1926 Third Lanark 2 Scored a goal at least twice for Third Lanark, the first a rebound from a penalty kick he had taken against Motherwell in 1911[227][228] and the other during the 1914–15 season.[229]
Nikki Bull   England 2000–2021 Aldershot Town, Margate 2
José Castañeda   Colombia Atlético Nacional 2 [46]
Maximiliano Cavallotti   Argentina 2007– Gimnasia y Esgrima de Jujuy 2 Scored two goals. The first came in March 2015 as he scored a 91st-minute consolation in a 2–3 defeat to Atlético Paraná, before converting a penalty three months later in a 3–2 win over Chacarita Juniors.[230]
Faouzi Chaouchi   Algeria 2003– JS Kabylie, ES Sétif 2 [231][232]
Clemer   Brazil 1987–2009 Portuguesa, Internacional 2 [233][234]
Jimmy Crabtree   England 1911–1929 Rochdale 2 [235]
Mario Cuenca   Argentina 1995–2009 Arsenal de Sarandi 2 [236]
Seny Dieng   Senegal 2010– Whitehawk, Queens Park Rangers 2 [237][238]
Diogo Silva   Brazil 2005– CRB 2 Scored two penalties goals against Grêmio, 13 August 2022, at 2022 Campeonato Brasileiro Série B[239]
Eduardo   Brazil 1998–2011 Bangu, Atlético Mineiro 2 [240][57][13]
Emerson   Brazil 2003– Guarani 2 [241][242]
Everson   Brazil 2011– Confiança, Ceará 2 Penalty kick against Estanciano, 24 April 2015, at Campeonato Sergipano,[243] and a free kick scored against Corinthians, 5 September 2018, at Campeonato Brasileiro.[244][13]
Luis Fernando Fernández   Colombia 2002 Junior 2 [245]
Rowen Fernández   South Africa 1996–2014 Kaizer Chiefs 2 [246]
Alan Fettis   Northern Ireland 1988?–2007 Hull City 2 [247] Playing as a striker
Josep Gómes   Andorra 2004– Fortuna, ES Pennoise 2 [248]
Zhen Guan   China 2003– Shijiazhuang Ever Bright 2 Penalties scored against Shanghai SIPG and Beijing Guoan in Chinese Super League matches played on 8 and 22 May 2016, respectively[249][250]
Essam El-Hadary   Egypt 1993–2020 Al Ahly, Al-Taawoun 2 Scored an 80-metre indirect free kick that hit the bar, the opponent goalkeeper and then crossed the line in the CAF Super Cup, He also scored a penalty kick in the Saudi Professional League for Al-Taawoun[251]
Frédéric Herpoel   Belgium 1993–2010 Gent 2 [252]
Deren Ibrahim   Gibraltar 2008–2019 Dartford 2 [253]
Tomislav Ivković   Yugoslavia
  Croatia
1978–1998 Dinamo Zagreb, Tirol Innsbruck 2 [254]
Mu'izzuddin Ismail   Brunei 2009– Menglait, MS PDB 2 [255]
Razak Issah   Ghana 2010– Cape Coast Ebusua Dwarfs 2 Free kick against Liberty Professionals on 3 April 2019. The second goal scored a last-minute winning goal from a direct free-kick against Elmina Sharks in a 2020–21 Ghana Premier League match[256][257]
João Costa   Portugal 2012– Portugal U-17, Porto B 2 [258]
Juninho   Brazil 1999–2017 Paraná 2 Both penalties[259]
Tvrtko Kale   Croatia 1994–2016 Hajduk Split, Hapoel Be'er Sheva 2 [260][261]
Peter Kjær   Denmark 1983–2002 Silkeborg 2 [262]
Otto Konrad   Austria 1981–2003 Sturm Graz, Austria Salzburg 2 [263]
Andreas Köpke   West Germany
  Germany
1979–2001 1. FC Nürnberg 2 Both penalties[264]
Wolfgang Kneib   West Germany
  Germany
1969–1993 Arminia Bielefeld 2 [265]
Bernard Lama   France 1981–2001 Lille, Lens 2 Both penalties[266]
Lauro   Brazil 2001–2019 Ponte Preta, Portuguesa 2 Both in headers in the stoppages time. The second goal was scored 10 years after the first, and against the same opponent (Flamengo)[267][268][57][13]
Marcel Lăzăreanu   Romania 1973–1991 Universitatea Cluj 2 [269]
Jens Lehmann   West Germany
  Germany
1988–2011 Schalke 04, Arsenal 2 [270] First ever goal keeper to score in open play in the Bundesliga[271]
Archie Ling   England 1900–1913 Brentford 2 [272]
Adrian Lis   Poland 2009– Polonia Środa Wielkopolska, Warta Poznań 2 A free-kick from his own half against Warta Poznań in 2015[273] and a last-minute header against Górnik Łęczna in 2021.[274]
Juan Camilo Martínez   Colombia 2017– Orsomarso 2 Both goals scored from free kicks[275]
Mauro Iguatu   Brazil 2010– Campinense 2 Both penalties. First against Sousa at 2022 Copa do Nordeste,[276] second against Atlético Cerarense at 2022 Campeonato Brasileiro Série C.[277][278]
Abdullah Al-Mayouf   Saudi Arabia 2004– Al-Ahli, Al-Hilal 2 Both penalties[279][280]
Willie McIver   England 1897–1919 Brentford 2 [272]
Óscar Mejía   Dominican Republic 1999–2010 Dominican Republic 2 [281] Scored twice playing as striker in Gold Cup 2003 qualifying
Imran Mohamed   Maldives 1999–2019 New Radiant, VB Sports Club 2 [282]
Campbell Money   Scotland 1981–2009 St Mirren 2 [283][284]
Perlat Musta   Albania 1979–1996 Partizani Tirana 2
Mbongeni Mzimela   South Africa 2009– Platinum Stars 2 Both penalties against Vipers SC, March 18, at the 2017 CAF Confederation Cup.[285]
Zoran Nikitović   Yugoslavia 1974–1989 Footscray JUST 2 [286]
Andrei Novosadov   Soviet Union
  Russia
1989–2006 Torpedo Moscow 2 Both penalties[287][288]
Tome Pachovski   Macedonia 1999–2017 Vardar 2 [289]
Subrata Pal   India 2004– Pune 2 I-League
Toni Prats   Spain 1991–2008 Real Betis 2
Petre Rădulescu   Romania 1932–1936 Unirea Tricolor București 2 [70][71]
Mehdi Rahmati   Iran 2000–2020 Fajr Sepasi Shiraz F.C., Paykan F.C. 2
Ricardo   Portugal 2001– Varzim 2 Both goals scored from goal kicks[290][291]
Donovan Ricketts   Jamaica 2002–2017 Village United 2
Paul Robinson   England 1998–2017 Leeds United, Tottenham Hotspur 2 Header for Leeds from a corner, free kick for Tottenham from inside his own half.[292]
German Salort   Argentina 2013– Agropecuario 2 [293]
Gentian Selmani   Albania 2014– Albania U-21, Laçi 2 The only goalkeeper to score in all Albania national setup (unders and senior).[294][295]
Amer Shafi   Jordan 1999–2021 Jordan, Al-Wehdat 2
Giorgos Sidiropoulos   Greece 1972–1973 Trikala F.C. 2 Penalty kicks. Against Panathinaikos in 1972 and against Panionios in 1973.
Krzysztof Słabik   Poland 1970–1986 Lechia Gdańsk 2 Penalties against Warta Poznań and Olimpia Poznań.[296]
Tomasz Stefaniszyn   Poland 1945–1965 Garbarnia Kraków 2 Penalties in 1950[297]
Alex Stepney   England 1961–1982 Manchester United 2 [298]
Slavko Stojanović   Yugoslavia 1945–1969 Partizan, Wormatia Worms 2 [299]
August Strömberg   Sweden 2009– Varberg, Kongsvinger 2 [300]
Oleh Suslov   Soviet Union
  Ukraine
1986–2002 Chornomorets Odesa 2 Both penalties[73]
Andriy Tovt   Ukraine 2003–2013 Obolon Kyiv 2 [301]
Tsang Man Fai   Hong Kong 2009– Fourway Rangers 2 Scored a goal and had an assist in his first match of the professional league[302]
Tonny van Leeuwen   Netherlands 1959–1971 GVAV Rapiditas 2 Both penalties[144]
Iván Vázquez   Mexico 2002– Necaxa 2 Goals scored from free kicks
Benji Villalobos   El Salvador 2004– Águila 2 [303]
Michał Wróbel   Poland 1998–2018 Olimpia Grudziądz 2 [304]
Dashamir Xhika   Albania 2006– Besëlidhja Lezhë 2 Both penalties[305]
Mabrouk Zaid   Saudi Arabia 1998–2014 Al-Ittihad 2 Both penalties[306]
Ahmad Reza Abedzadeh   Iran 1985–2001 Persepolis 1
Patricio Abraham   Argentina 2004–2019 San Telmo 1 Scored a last-minute winning goal from a header, which turned out to be crucial in his side avoiding relegation[307]
Carlos Acevedo   Mexico 2016– Santos Laguna 1 Scored one goal on Matchday 14 on the last minute vs. Querétaro.[308]
Acurcio   Portugal 1955–1961 Porto 1 [309]
Denis Adamov   Russia 2016– FC Krasnodar-3 1 Injury time header against FC Inter Cherkessk, 4 October 2019, at Russian Football National League 2.[310]
Ado   Brazil 1964–1981 Bragantino 1 Scored from his own area against Palmeiras (São João da Boa Vista), at Campeonato Paulista Série A2.[311]
Adriano Paredão   Brazil 2002–2017 Remo 1 Scored against Tiradentes, at 2008 Campeonato Paraense.[312]
Ali Ahamada   Comoros 2010– Toulouse 1 Equalized with a header in the 95th minute against Rennes on 22 September 2012[313]
Nihat Akbay   Turkey 1961–1978 Beykoz 1 [314]
Mohammad Reza Akhbari   Iran 2010– Iran U-23 1
Juan Carlos Alfaro   Costa Rica Municipal Puntarenas 1 Scored from a free kick[32]
Alisson Becker   Brazil 2013– Liverpool 1 Scored a last-minute winning goal from a header against West Bromwich Albion in a 2020–21 Premier League match[315][57]
Ever Almeida   Paraguay 1967–1991 Olimpia 1 [316]
Eduardo Alterio   Argentina ?–1931–? Chacarita Juniors 1 Scored a penalty in 1931, with no opposition from the other goalkeeper; the first goalkeeper goal in professional football in Argentina[317]
Cristian Álvarez   Argentina 2005– Zaragoza 1 Scored an equalizer in the 97th minute of a 2–2 away draw with Lugo[318]
Minor Álvarez   Costa Rica 2010– Escazuceña 1 Scored from a free kick on 3 June 2020, to equalize for Escazuceña in their Segunda División de Costa Rica playoff match against Consultants Moravia. His side would go on to win the match on penalties.[319]
Marco Amelia   Italy 2001–2017 Livorno 1 His goal came in Belgrade, Serbia and would prove to be crucial as Livorno made its first ever trip in European competition. Livorno would go to reach the Round of 32 at the 2006–07 UEFA Cup.[320]
Anselmo   Brazil 1988–2000 Ceará 1 Penalty kick scored against Desportiva, at 1995 Campeonato Brasileiro Série B.[321]
Justin Apostol   Romania 1933–1944 Gloria CFR Galați 1 [70][71]
Dani Aranzubia   Spain 1996–2015 Deportivo La Coruña 1 Scored with his head from a 95th minute corner kick, as his team managed a 1–1 draw at Almería on 20 February 2011[322]
Ignacio Arce   Argentina 2010– San Martín de Tucumán 1 Injury time header against Instituto de Córdoba, 24 November 2019, at the 2019–20 Primera Nacional.[323]
Arthur Augusto   Brazil 2018– Feirense 1 Scored from a free kick shoot of his own field, against Moreirense, 19 October 2022, at 2022–23 Liga Portugal 2.[324]
Arthur Pedro   Brazil 2008– Resende 1 Injury time header against Madureira, 30 November 2014, at 2014 Copa Rio final.[325]
Mattias Asper   Sweden 1993–2015 Mjällby AIF 1 Scored a header from a 93rd minute free kick, as his team managed a 2–2 draw at Häcken on 15 September 2010[326]
Elias Atmatsidis   Greece 1989–2005 AEK Athens 1 Penalty[327]
Osvaldo Ayala   Colombia Independiente Medellín 1 [46]
Gábor Babos   Hungary 1995–2000 MTK 1 Penalty
Mateusz Bąk   Poland 2000–2017 Lechia Gdańsk 1 Penalty in stoppage time, scoring the last goal of a 15–0 win.
Edvan Bakaj   Albania 2004– Laçi 1 Scored a penalty in a league match against Kastrioti Krujë on 5 May 2014.[328]
Benjamin Howard Baker   England 1913–1929 Chelsea 1 [329]
Göktuğ Bakırbaş   Turkey 2016– Manisaspor 1 Scored a game-tying goal in the 90th minute against Denizlispor, 3 March 2018, at the TFF First League.[330]
Morten Bakke   Norway Molde 1 League goal in 2000.[331]
Tolo Barceló   Spain 2013– Alcúdia 1 Scored a last-minute equalizer with an overhead kick.[332]
Omar Bari   Qatar 2007– Al Rayyan 1 Scored in the 93th minute in Qatar Stars League with a left foot to equalize against Al Sadd in the 2013–14 league season.[333][334]
Scott Barrett   England 1983–2005 Colchester United 1 Scored a goal for Colchester United which proved crucial in their battle with Wycombe Wanderers for the 1991/92 GM Vauxhall Conference title. He booted a long range goal kick which looped over Wycombe goalkeeper Paul Hyde and into his goal.
Boubacar Barry   Ivory Coast 1999–2019 Lokeren 1
Eduard Baychora   Russia 2009– Dynamo Stavropol 1 Scored a late equalizer, 31 March 2018, against FC Afips Afipsky, at the Russian PFL.[335]
Ashley Bayes   England 1990–2015 Grays Athletic 1 Scored against Havant & Waterlooville, April 2005, in the club's final league game of the season.[336]
Asmir Begović   Bosnia and Herzegovina 2005– Stoke City 1 His 91.9-meter-long clearance bounced over the opponent's goalkeeper (Artur Boruc). Fastest goal by a goalkeeper, at thirteen seconds.[337]
Carlos Bejarano   Equatorial Guinea 2007– Árabe Unido 1 [338][339]
Ivan Benito   Switzerland 1996–2014 Aarau 1 Scored against Young Boys, 24 October 2008, at the 2008–09 Swiss Super League.[340]
Arjan Beqaj   Albania 1992–2011 OFI Crete 1 First goalkeeper to score with header in the Super League Greece (11 February 2001, OFI – Paniliakos 2–2)[341]
Roger Berbig   Switzerland 1971–1984 Grasshopper 1 [342]
Ezequiel Berdín   Argentina Atenas de Río Cuarto 1 [343]
Alija Bešić   Luxembourg 1994–2004 Union Luxembourg 1 [344]
Michelle Betos   United States 2013– Portland Thorns 1 Portland Thorns were down a player and down a goal in stoppage time of their NWSL league match against FC Kansas City on 19 June 2015. Unmarked on a corner kick, Betos equalized by scoring a diving header.[345]
Billy Biggar   England 1899–1920 Watford 1 Penalty kick scored against Coventry City, 20 February 1909, at the Southern Football League.[346]
David Bingham   United States 2009– San Jose Earthquakes 1 Scored a 90-yard clearance from his own area against West Bromwich Albion on July 13, 2011, in an exhibition match at Buck Shaw Stadium.[347]
Ian Black   Scotland 1944–1964 Fulham 1 [348]
Armend Blakçori   Kosovo Ulpiana 1 Scored a penalty in a 2020–21 Kosovar Cup round of 16 match against Liria[349]
Arnaud Bodart   Belgium 2017– Standard Liège 1 Injury time goal against K.A.S. Eupen, 21 November 2020, at 2020–21 Belgian First Division A.[350][351]
Ruud Boffin   Belgium 2007– Eskişehirspor 1 Scored from a direct free kick from his own half
Sinan Bolat   Turkey 2005– Standard Liège 1 His goal saved Standard Liege from being eliminated from European football altogether and in the process eliminated Dutch champions AZ Alkmaar.[352][353]
Roberto Bonano   Argentina 1991–2008 River Plate 1 [7]
Steve Book   England 1988–2012 Mangotsfield United 1 [354]
Milan Borjan   Canada 2008– Red Star Belgrade 1 Scored a penalty kick for 3–1 win against Voždovac in the final game of 2021–22 Serbian SuperLiga season.[355]
René Borkovic   Switzerland Switzerland U-17 1 Borkovic scored the only goal of the match three minutes into stoppage time to give Switzerland its first UEFA U-17 berth since 2005.[356]
Oliver Thorup Børner   Denmark 2019– Akademisk Boldklub 1 Long range free kick[357]
Yevhen Borovyk   Ukraine 2003–2019 Kryvbas Kryvyi Rih 1 Scored at last minute of game against Arsenal Kyiv after corner kick[358]
Artur Boruc   Poland 1998– Legia Warsaw 1 Penalty against Widzew Łódź[359]
Mark Bosnich   Australia 1989–2009 Australia 1 [360]
Carlos Bossio   Argentina 1993–2013 Estudiantes La Plata 1 [361]
Bertrand Bossu   France 1999–2016 Hayes 1 Injury time scoring against Boston United, 2 December 2000, at the 2000–01 Football Conference.[362]
Sarah Bouhaddi   France 2003– Lyon 1 Penalty scored in a 14–0 home victory against Albi.[363]
Yassine Bounou   Morocco 2010– Sevilla 1 Scored an equalizer in the 94th minute of a 1–1 away draw with Valladolid[364]
Arthur Bown (goalkeeper)   England Halifax Town 1 [365]
Arthur Box   England 1903–1911? Burslem Port Vale 1 [365]
Darko Božović   Serbia and Montenegro
  Montenegro
1996–2015 Bežanija 1 An injury-time equalizing header in a league game against Voždovac[366]
Jochen Bradt   Belgium J.V. De Pinte 1
James Bransgrove   Scotland 2012– Walthamstow 1 [367]
Claudio Bravo   Chile 2002– Real Sociedad 1 Scored from a free kick
Alberto Brignoli   Italy 2009– Benevento 1 Scored a second-half stoppage time equalizer against Milan to earn Benevento their first ever Serie A point[368]
Jorge Broun   Argentina 2005– Rosario Central 1 Penalty kick scored against Independiente, 23 October 2009, at the Argentine Primera División.[369]
Adin Brown   United States 2000–2011 Aalesunds FK 1 Scored from a throw-in during extra time[370]
Osmar Brunelli   Chile Fernández Vial 1 [80]
Aleksandr Budakov   Russia 2002–2019 Kuban Krasnodar 1 [371]
Fabijan Buntić   Croatia 2016– FC Ingolstadt 1 Scored a volley from a corner in second-half stoppage time to equalize for Ingolstadt in a German 3. Liga match; they would go on to score a winner a minute later[372]
Dieter Burdenski   West Germany
  Germany
1969–1991 Werder Bremen 1 Penalty[373]
Erich Burgener   Switzerland 1969–1987 Lausanne 1 [374]
Rodrigo Calchi   Brazil 2005– Jabaquara 1 Penalty kick scored against Portuguesa Santista, 2 June 2013, at the Campeonato Paulista Segunda Divisão.[375]
Tudorel Călugăru   Romania 1976–1994 Oțelul Galați 1 Scored a penalty against CF Brăila in 1992[70][71]
Rafael Cammarota   Brazil 1974–1995 Coritiba 1 Penalty kick scored against Operário Ferroviário, 30 August 1992, at Campeonato Paranaense.[54]
Frank Carrillo   Costa Rica San Carlos 1 Penalty[32]
Eloy Casals   Spain 2014– Santa Coloma 1 With his club trailing 3–2 on aggregate in the first qualifying round of the UEFA Champions League, Casals scored four minutes into stoppage time to send FC Santa Coloma into the next round by virtue of away goals.[376]
Ray Cashley   England 1970–1986? Bristol City 1 [228]
Bram Castro   Belgium 2000–2022 Roda JC 1 Scored the equalizer (2–2) in the dying seconds of the KNVB Cup 2007-08 third round tie against De Graafschap.[377]
Bob Catlin   Australia 1984–2004 APIA Leichhardt 1 [378]
Sebastián Cejas   Argentina 1994–2011 Ascoli 1 Penalty kick scored against Catania, 5 April 2003, at the 2002–03 Serie B.[379]
Víctor Centurión   Paraguay 2005–2021 Guaraní 1 [380][381]
Danny Cepero   United States 2007–2010 New York Red Bulls 1 First MLS goalkeeper to score a goal.[382] His goal also came on the same day he made his Red Bulls debut, as first choice goalkeeper Jon Conway would serve a 10-game suspension for using illegal substances. The goal came at Giants Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey and the goal would eventually help the Red Bulls secure the last playoff spot in 2008 and reach the 2008 MLS Cup.
Radek Černý   Czech Republic 1995–2014 Slavia Prague 1 Scored the last goal in a 4–0 victory against FK Jablonec 97 in a 1999–2000 season league match.[383]
Rachad Chitou   Benin 2002–2011 Benin 1 Scored against Sierra Leone, 10 August 2006, at the 2008 Africa Cup of Nations qualification.[384]
Choi Eun-sung   South Korea 1997–2014 Daejeon Citizen 1 Free kick. Only goalkeeper to score in AFC Champions League match to date[385]
Brendan Clarke   Republic of Ireland 2003– St Patrick's Athletic 1 [386]
Marc de Clerck   Belgium 1970–1983 Aberdeen 1 [387]
David Cobeño   Spain 2000–2016 Rayo Vallecano 1
Fabio Coltorti   Switzerland 1999–2018 RB Leipzig 1 Scored a goal in the 90th minute in a 2–1 home victory over SV Darmstadt 98.[388]
Jesús Contreras   Mexico Monterrey 1 [389]
Jo Coppens   Belgium 2008– Carl Zeiss Jena 1 Kick off hit from a distance of 85 meters in a 3. Liga match in 2017[390]
Lucas Covolan   Brazil 2012– Torquay United 1 Injury time header against Hartlepool United in 2021 National League play-off Final.[391][392]
Julio Cozzi   Argentina 1941–1961 Millonarios 1 [46]
David Crawford   Scotland 2003–2017 Arbroath 1 [393]
Aurel Crâsnic   Romania 1950–1962 Jiul Petroșani 1 [70][71]
Anghel Crețeanu   Romania 1933–1937 Juventus București 1 [70][71]
Crismerio   Brazil 2009– Pacajus 1 Injury time header against Icasa, 23 February 2021, at Campeonato Cearense.[394]
Mads Christiansen   Norway 2019– Lillestrøm SK 1 Injury time goal against Tromsø IL, 7 August 2022, in the 2022 Eliteserien. Equalising for the team.[395]
Mark Crossley   Wales 1989–2013 Sheffield Wednesday 1 [396]
José Fernando Cuadrado   Colombia 2005–2021 Deportivo Pasto 1
Erik Cummins   Netherlands 2014– Go Ahead Eagles 1 [397]
Goran Ćurko   Yugoslavia
  Serbia and Montenegro
  Serbia
1989–2010 ČSK Čelarevo 1 [398]
Finn Dahmen   Germany 1994–2011 Mainz 05 II 1 On 11 April 2018, scored in the second minute of second-half stoppage time against VfB Stuttgart II to secure a 1–1 draw, having scored with a backheel after coming forward for a Mainz free kick.[399]
Yevhen Deineko   Ukraine 2002–2015 Dnipro Cherkasy 1 Scored goal from a distance of 80 metres inside his own penalty area.[74]
Jaime Deluque   Colombia Unión Magdalena 1 [46]
Wim de Ron   Netherlands Cambuur 1 Penalty[400]
Oswaldo De Vecchi   Brazil 1924–1939 Vitória 1 Penalty kick scored at 1926 Campeonato Baiano. First Brazilian-born goalkeeper to score a goal.[401]
Marko Dmitrović   Serbia 2010– Eibar 1 Scored a first half penalty against Atlético Madrid in a 2020–21 La Liga match[402]
Niko Dovana   Albania 1930–194? Teuta Durrës 1 [403]
Harry Dowd   England 1961–1974 Manchester City 1 [404]
Helmuth Duckadam   Romania 1982–1986 Steaua București 1 Penalty kick against AFC Progresul București in the Cupa României.[70][71]
Rein van Duijnhoven   Netherlands 1987–2006 MVV 1 Goal kick. Helped by the wind, the ball bounced over the outcoming opposite goalkeeper Jan van Grinsven of FC Den Bosch, a goalscorer once himself.[405]
William Dutoit   France 2010– Sint-Truiden 1 Scored a goal against Lokeren in November 2015.[406]
Aleksander Dziurowicz   Poland 1945–1963 Zagłębie Sosnowiec 1 Penalty[297]
Edinho   Brazil 2000–2013 Anapolina 1 Injury time header against Tupi, 28 August 2011, at the Campeonato Brasileiro Série D.[407][408]
Gabino Espinoza   Mexico 2007– Cimarrones de Sonora 1 Injury time header against Pumas Tabasco, 22 March 2022, at the Liga de Expansión MX.[409]
Evandro Gigante   Brazil 2010– Rio Branco 1 Injury time header against Amazonas, 21 May 2022, at the Campeonato Brasileiro Série D.[410]
Fabrício   Brazil 1999–2015 Castanhal 1 Penalty kick scored against Tuna Luso, 29 August 2004, at the Campeonato Brasileiro Série C.[312]
Khaled Al Fadhli   Kuwait 1991–2012 Kuwait SC 1 Scored in the 94th minute with a header to equalize against Al Salmiya in the 2005–06 league season.[411][412]
Papa Fall   Guinea-Bissau 2008–2015 Union Meppen 1 [413]
Wuilker Faríñez   Venezuela 2014– Venezuela U-20 1 Penalty at 2017 FIFA U-20 World Cup[414]
George Farm   Scotland 1947–1964 Blackpool 1 [415]
Khadim Faye   Senegal 1991–2007 Felgueiras 1 [416]
Jonnie Fedel   Sweden 1986–2006 Malmö FF 1
Adam Federici   Australia 2003–2021 Reading 1 [417]
Alvin Felix   Grenada Grenada 1 Scored against Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, 18 March 2001, in a friendly match.[418]
Ahmed Fellah   Algeria 2005–2016 CR Belouizdad 1 [419]
Gabard Fénélon   Haiti 2002– Montréal-Nord 1 [420]
Fernando Leal   Brazil 2000–2018 Oeste 1 Injury time header against Avaí, 24 May 2013, at Campeonato Brasileiro Série B.[421][422]
Tó Ferreira   Portugal 1990–2012 Amora 1 [258]
Aleksandr Filimonov   Soviet Union
  Russia
1990–2018 Druzhba Yoshkar-Ola 1 [423]
Andreas Filotas   Cyprus 1960–1975 Olympiakos Nicosia 1 On 28 January 1968 he scored a penalty against Panserraikos. This was the first ever goal scored by a goalkeeper in Greek football.
Mark Flekken   Netherlands 2016– MSV Duisburg 1 Scored a backheel goal for Duisburg in injury time in a 1–1 draw with VfL Osnabrück.[424]
Scott Flinders   England 2004– Hartlepool United 1 Scored a headed goal for Hartlepool in the third minute of injury time in a 2–2 draw with Bournemouth.[425]
Khalid Fouhami   Morocco 1991–2010 Dinamo București 1 Penalty[70][71]
Daniel Francovig   Uruguay Deportivo Táchira 1 [426]
Alfredo Frausto   Mexico 2003–2016 Dorados de Sinaloa 1 Equalized in the 90th minute of the Apertura 2012 Copa MX Final against Correcaminos UAT, taking the match to a penalty shoot-out, where Frausto also scored the decisive penalty, and thus won Dorados their first title.[427]
Žiga Frelih   Slovenia 2015– Inter Zaprešić 1 Scored in a 2–2 draw with Istra, on 4 October 2019, in the 92nd minute of the game.[428]
Brad Friedel   United States 1994–2015 Blackburn Rovers 1 Equalised for Blackburn Rovers in the 90th minute of a Premier League match against Charlton Athletic on a corner kick to bring the score to 2-2, but allowed Charlton to score the winning goal in stoppage time.[429]
Gabriel Eremith   Brazil 2015– Vasco do Acre 1 Free kick scored against Andirá, 28 August 2021, at Campeonato Acreano.[430]
Gabriel Leite   Brazil 2006– Luverdense 1 Penalty kick scored against Rio Branco, 3 July 2013, at Campeonato Brasileiro Série C.[431]
Riccardo Gagno   Italy 2013– Modena 1 During injury time, scored from his own area against Imolese, at the 2021–22 Serie C[432]
Sergio Galarza   Bolivia 1997–2014 Guabirá 1 [433]
Hernán Galíndez   Ecuador 2008– Universidad Católica 1 Penalty kick scored against C.D. Clan Juvenil, 29 October 2017, at the 2017 Ecuadorian Serie A.[434]
Ivko Ganchev   Bulgaria 1984–2000 Bursaspor 1 [435]
Alejandro García   Spain 2001– Llanera 1 Injury time equalizer goal against CD Tuilla, 31 August 2018, at the 2018–19 Tercera División.[436]
José Ignacio Garmendia   Spain 1979–1998 Eibar 1 Scored from his own area against Pontevedra CF, 17 April 1988, at the 1987–88 Segunda División B.[437]
Gecivagner   Brazil 2011– CTE Colatina 1 Injury time header against Pinheiros, 4 October 2021, at the Copa ES.[438]
Jordan Georgievski   Macedonia 2003–2013 Teteks Tetovo 1 Penalty[439]
Rafał Gikiewicz   Poland 2004– Union Berlin 1 Headed stoppage time equalizer against 1. FC Heidenheim. Union Berlin went on to qualify for the 2019–20 Bundesliga via the promotion play-off ahead of Hamburger SV by a single point.[440][441]
Thomas Gill   Norway 1983–2005 MSV Duisburg 1 Penalty kick goal scored against Dynamo Moscow, 30 July 1997, at the UEFA Intertoto Cup.[442]
Jimmy Glass   England 1991–2001 Carlisle United 1 Famous for scoring a last-minute goal to save Carlisle United from relegation from the Football League[443]
Matt Glennon   England 1997–2017 St Johnstone 1 [444]
Ray Goddard   England 1967–1981 Greenock Morton 1 [445]
Goico   Brazil 1997–2016 Inter de Santa Maria 1 Injury time bicycle kick against Engenheiro Beltrão, 17 August 2008, at Campeonato Brasileiro Série C.[446][447]
Ivo Gonçalves   Portugal 2002– Penafiel 1 Scored from his own area against Santa Clara, 6 December 2015, at the 2015–16 LigaPro.[448]
Alejandro González Rojas   Costa Rica 1975–1990 Alajuelense 1 Penalty[32]
Julio González   Mexico 2008– Pumas UNAM 1 Injury time header against Toluca, 10 September 2022, at 2021–22 Torneo Clausura.[449]
Román González   Costa Rica Ramonense 1 [32]
Andy Goram   Scotland 1981–2004 Hibernian 1 [450]
Branko Grahovac   Serbia and Montenegro
  Serbia
2000–2017 Borac Čačak 1 [451]
Morten Grasmo   Norway 2018– Sotra 1 Injury time bicycle kick against Ullern IF, 26 June 2022, at 2022 Norwegian Second Division.[452]
Matt Gregg   England 1995–2011 University College Dublin 1 [453]
Fred Grim   Netherlands 1986–2002 Cambuur 1 [454]
Jan van Grinsven   Netherlands 1981–1999 Den Bosch 1 Scored a legendary late equalising goal against Roda JC in 1985.[455][456]
Bruce Grobbelaar   Rhodesia
  Zimbabwe
1973–2007 Crewe Alexandra 1 Penalty against York City in Grobbelaar's final game for Crewe.[457]
Frode Grodås   Norway Lillestrøm 1 League goal in 1991.[458]
Indy Groothuizen   Netherlands 2015– Netherlands U-21 1 Scored against Czech Republic U-21 in a friendly match.[459][460]
Volkmar Groß   West Germany 1967–1983 Tennis Borussia Berlin 1 Penalty[461]
Gunnleifur Gunnleifsson   Iceland 1995–2020 HK Kópavogs 1 [462]
Nahuel Guzmán   Argentina 2005– Tigres UANL 1 In 2020, Guzmán scored an injury time header from a set piece in Tigres' CONCACAF Champions League round of 16 match against Alianza, putting his team into a 4–2 lead at home and allowing them to advance to the quarter-finals. Tigres had lost 2–1 in the away leg and would have been eliminated on away goals if not for Guzmán's goal. They went on to win the tournament.[463]
Tally Hall   United States 2006–2016 Houston Dynamo 1 Scored in 2009–10 CONCACAF Champions League match against Isidro Metapán on 23 October 2009.
Martin Hansen   Denmark 2010– ADO Den Haag 1 Backheel goal in stoppage time against PSV Eindhoven to earn his team a draw (2–2).[464]
Pär Hansson   Sweden 2005–2019 Helsingborgs 1 Penalty in 9–0 victory over Askeröds IF.[465]
Pat Harrington   Canada 1985–2000 Buffalo Blizzard 1 [466]
Kay Hawke   England 2000–2012 Lincoln Ladies 1 [467]
Lajos Hegedűs   Hungary 2006– Puskás Akadémia 1 [468]
Henal   Brazil 2011– Cuiabá 1 During injury time, after miss a header, scored in the rebound against América de Natal, at 2016 Campeonato Brasileiro Série C.[469][470][57]
Dennis Herod   England 1940–1954 Stoke City 1 Made history on 16 February 1952, in an away match at Aston Villa. Herod broke his arm in a brave challenge and spent the rest of the match at right wing with Stoke defending a 2–1 lead. Not considered a threat by Villa's defence Herod was left unmarked and found himself one on one with keeper Con Martin and calmly slotted the ball past him.[471][472]
Iain Hesford   England 1977–1998 Maidstone United 1 [473]
William Hesmer   United States 2004–2012 Columbus Crew 1 Came forward and scored in second half stoppage time to help Columbus draw 2–2 against rivals Toronto FC[474]
Guido Herrera   Argentina 2012– Talleres 1 Penalty kick scored against Olimpo, 12 May 2018, at the 2017–18 Argentine Primera División.[475]
Iago Herrerín   Spain 2006– Atlético Madrid B 1 Scored the winning goal in a 3–2 victory for his team against Getafe B on 8 January 2011[476]
Mateusz Hewelt   Poland 2016– Miedź Legnica 1 Scored a last-minute equalizer in a I liga match against Chrobry Głogów on 3 October 2020.[477]
Marwin Hitz   Switzerland 2005– FC Augsburg 1 Scored a stoppage time equalizer in a league match against Bayer Leverkusen on 21 February 2015 (2–2).[478]
Frans Hoek   Netherlands 1973–1985 Volendam 1 [144]
Albertini Holness   Cayman Islands 2018– Cayman Islands U-20 1 Penalty[479]
Erik Holtan   Norway Moss 1 League goal in 2006.[480]
Karel Hopšil   Czech Republic Baník Ostrava 1 [98]
Darko Horvat   Croatia 1994–2013 Hallescher FC 1 [481]
Tim Howard   United States 1997–2020 Everton 1 Scored a goal from open play inside own penalty box against Bolton Wanderers, helped by a strong gust of wind, making Howard only the fourth keeper since the Premier League's 1992 inception to score a goal.[482]
Huanderson   Brazil 2002– São Bernardo FC 1 Penalty kick scored against São José, 8 April 2006, at Campeonato Paulista Série A3[483][484]
Guy Hubart   Belgium 1979–1997 Estrela da Amadora 1 On 29 December 1994, scored an equalizer goal in a league match against GD Chaves.[485]
Lassi Hurskainen   Finland 2006–2012? Soccer Club Riverball 1 [486]
Wilhelm Huxhorn   West Germany
  Germany
1984–1992 SV Darmstadt 98 1 Kick off hit from a distance of 103 meters (world record) in a 2. Bundesliga match in 1985[390]
Claudio Ibarra   Paraguay Once Caldas 1 [46]
Clint Irwin   United States 2008– Capital City 1 [487]
Jaguaré   Brazil 1928–1940 Olympique de Marseille 1 Penalty kick scored against Sète, 1 May 1938, at 1937–38 French Division 1[488]
Eldin Jakupović   Switzerland 2004– Grasshopper 1 [489]
Ivan Janjušević   Serbia and Montenegro
  Montenegro
2004– Sutjeska Nikšić 1 [490]
Ahmed Jassem   Kuwait 1992–20?? Kuwait 1 Scored a penalty in a 2000 Asian Cup qualifying match against Bhutan, and was the first Kuwaiti goalkeeper to score in an international competition[491]
Pat Jennings   Northern Ireland 1963–1986 Tottenham Hotspur 1 Against Manchester United in the 1967 FA Charity Shield.[492]
Jhonatan   Brazil 2010– Operário Ferroviário 1 Scored from his own area against Nacional de Rolândia, 9 March 2015, at Campeonato Paranaense.[493]
Bojan Jorgačević   Serbia and Montenegro
  Serbia
2002–2017 Gent 1 [494]
Jesse Joronen   Finland 2009– Stevenage 1 Long-range clearance against Wycombe Wanderers in the League Two match.[495]
John Joyce   England 1896–1920 Tottenham Hotspur 1 Penalty[496]
Juan Carlos   Spain 2005– Lugo 1 Scored from 65 metres against Sporting Gijón[497]
Jung Sung-ryong   South Korea 2003– South Korea U-23 1 Scored from 85 metres against Ivory Coast[498]
Norbert Juračka   Czechoslovakia
  Slovakia
Dukla Banská Bystrica 1 [98]
Vitaliy Kafanov   Soviet Union
  Kazakhstan
  Turkmenistan
1980–1996 FK Köpetdag Aşgabat 1 [499]
Dawood Al Kahali   Oman Sohar 1 Scored a goal from open play inside his own penalty area against Saham, helped by a strong gust of wind. Scored in a round of 32 match in the Sultan Qaboos Cup during the 2018–19 season.[500][501]
Eugène Kalbermatten   Switzerland 1935–1947 Cantonal Neuchatel 1 [502]
Zachary Kane   United States 2013– Baltimore Bohemians 1 Scored the match winner against Ocean City Nor'easters on 21 July 2013[503]
Xhevahir Kapllani   Albania 1991–2008 Teuta Durrës 1 [504]
Alexandros Kasmeridis   Greece 2006– Asteras Magoula 1 Last minute header goal against Levadiakos in a Greek Football Cup match.
Kjell Kaspersen   Norway Norway 1 Penalty kick against Thailand on 19 May 1965. Kaspersen became the first and so far only goalkeeper to score for Norway men's national team.[505]
Hamdi Kasraoui   Tunisia 2002–2018 Espérance de Tunis 1
Peter Keen   England 1995–2009 Carlisle United 1 [506]
Marián Kelemen   Slovakia 1999–2019 Śląsk Wrocław 1 Scored the final goal for Śląsk Wrocław in the last round of the Polish Ekstraklasa from the penalty spot, securing the runner-up position for the club for the 2010–11 season.[507]
Charlie Kelly   Scotland East Stirlingshire 1 [508]
Mohammed Al-Khojali   Saudi Arabia 1998–2015 Al Nassr 1 [509]
Tom King   Wales 2014– Newport County 1 Scored from a goal kick against Cheltenham Town on 19 January 2021, breaking the world record for longest goal scored in a competitive football match at 96.01 metres (105 yards)[510]
Richard Kingson   Ghana 1995–2015 Ghana 1 [511]
Neal Kitson   United States 2008–2013 Rochester Rhinos 1 Scored a 90th-minute equalizer goal in a 2–2 tie with Antigua Barracuda FC on June 5, 2011.[512]
Vedran Kjosevski   Bosnia and Herzegovina 2013– Željezničar 1 [513]
Mieczysław Koczwara   Poland 1928–1939 Podgórze Kraków 1 Penalty[297]
Jakob Køhler Hansen   Denmark Boldklubben Frem 1 Bicycle kick in the last minute.[514]
Ondřej Kolář   Czech Republic 2013– Slavia Prague 1 Last minute penalty kick.[515]
Enea Koliçi   Albania 2006– Gjilani 1 Headed in a 1–1 equalizer after a corner kick in 90+5 minute against Ballkani,[516] and after scoring the goal, the match was interrupted after local fans entered the field.[517] After this incident, Gjilan lost the match with an official result of 3–0,[518] but Koliqi's goal remained in force.[519]
Gudmund Taksdal Kongshavn   Norway 2009– Vålerenga 1 Headed in a 2–2 equalizer after a corner kick in injury time against Viking FK[520]
Koo Sang-min   South Korea 2014– Ulsan Mipo 1
Yevgeniy Kostyukevich   Belarus 2007– Krumkachy Minsk 1 [521]
Petr Kouba   Czechoslovakia
  Czech Republic
1988–2005 Sparta Prague 1 Scored the 4th goal from penalty kick in national league match against SK České Budějovice in season 1994–95.[383]
Per Morten Kristiansen   Norway Haugesund 1 League goal in 2008.[522]
Mogens Krogh   Denmark 1981–2002 Brøndby 1 [523]
Vladan Kujović   Serbia and Montenegro
  Serbia
1996–2019 Lierse 1 [524]
Klajdi Kuka   Albania 2007– Tërbuni Pukë 1 Scored a goal with a shot inside own penalty box against Kukësi[525]
Kwon Jung-Hyuk   South Korea 2001–2017 Incheon United 1 [526]
Bertrand Laquait   France 1997–2015 Charleroi 1 Scored from his own area against Mons, 21 December 2003.[527]
Carlos Lampe   Bolivia 2013– San José 1
Damian Lanza   Ecuador 2002– Deportivo Cuenca 1 Kick from the goal[528]
Aaron Lawrence   Jamaica 1997–2005 Jamaica 1 Penalty in a 3–0 win against India in 2002[529]
Tom Ledgerwood   Scotland 1946–1959 Partick Thistle 1 [530]
Lee Seon-il   South Korea 2019– Ulsan Citizen FC 1 Goalkeeper goal on the team's first league match ever[531]
Lee Yong-bal   South Korea 1994–2006 Bucheon SK 1 Penalty kick[532]
Léo Flores   Brazil 2001– Império Serrano 1 Free kick scored against Vera Cruz, 5 June 2022, at Campeonato Carioca Série C.[533]
Karlo Letica   Croatia 2015– Hajduk Split 1 [534]
Michal Lewandowski   Poland 2012– Messina 1 Scored from his own area against Monterosi, 6 November 2022, at the 2022–23 Serie C.[535]
Dexter Lewis   Costa Rica 2000–2021 Alajuelense 1 [536][537]
Anders Lindegaard   Denmark 2003– Helsingborgs 1 Scored against Falkenbergs FF, 18 July 2020, at the 2020 Allsvenskan.[538]
Eric Lindon   England Merthyr Town 1 [539]
Živan Ljukovčan   Yugoslavia 1975–1990 Budućnost Titograd 1 [540]
Rodrigo Llinás   Argentina Atlanta 1 Penalty[541]
Brian Lloyd   Wales 1967–1985 Stockport County 1 [542]
Andrew Lonergan   England 2000– Preston North End 1 [543]
Ludwik Łoś   Poland 1938–1948 Lechia Gdańsk 1 Scored against Bałtyk Gdańsk in 1946
Rhys Lovett   England 2015– Maidenhead United 1 On the final day of the 2020–21 season, he came off the bench against Boreham Wood in the 87th minute to play as a forward, and scored in the 93rd minute.[544]
Luiz Felipe   Brazil 2011– Friburguense 1 Injury time header against Portuguesa, 22 October 2016, at 2016 Copa Rio final.[545]
Chris MacKenzie   England 1993–2012 Hereford United 1 [546]
Keith MacRae   Scotland 1967–1982 Motherwell 1 [547]
Félix Madrigal   Mexico 1981–1991 Monarcas Morelia 1
Filip Madžovski   Macedonia 2003–2012 Rabotnički Kometal 1 Scored a last minute league goal against Sileks Kratovo.[548]
Suhandi Mahali   Brunei 2004–2018 MS ABDB 1 Free kick scored against MS PDB.[549]
Giorgi Makaridze   Georgia 2006– Feirense 1 [550]
Mustafa Malayekah   Saudi Arabia 2004– Al Faisaly 1 Scored a stoppage time equalizer against Al-Fateh when he headed from a corner kick.[551]
Germans Māliņš   Latvia 2009– Skonto 1 Scored in 94th minute from a corner kick.[552]
Manfred Manglitz   West Germany 1961–1971 MSV Duisburg 1 [553]
Alan Mannus   Northern Ireland 2000– Linfield 1 [554]
Enver Marić   Yugoslavia 1967–1985 Velež Mostar 1
Alan Marriott   England 1997–2014 Mansfield Town 1 Scored from inside his own penalty area with a drop kick against Wrexham on 20 April 2012. The pitch was very wet and it allowed the ball to bounce over the Wrexham goalkeeper and into the net.
John Martin   Scotland 1980–2001 Airdrieonians 1 [555]
Luis Martinez   Colombia 2001–2017 Colombia 1 [556]
Eduardo Martini   Brazil 2000–2017 Avaí 1 [557][57]
Otto Martler   Sweden 2006–2018 Falkenbergs 1 [558]
Oscarine Masuluke   South Africa 2015– Baroka 1 Scored a last minute overhead kick goal against Orlando Pirates.[559] The goal was nominated for the 2017 FIFA Puskás Award.[560]
Jason Matthews   England 1998–2020 Weymouth 1 [561]
James McAuley   Scotland 1880–1887 Scotland 1 McAulay played for Scotland as a goalkeeper in most of his international appearances, but also played as a forward.[562] Scored a goal against Wales, 25 March 1882, playing as centre-forward.[2]
Andy McClean   Northern Ireland Cliftonville 1 Goal kick against Linfield at Windsor Park
Jim McDonagh   Republic of Ireland 1970–1988 Bolton Wanderers 1 [563]
Mark McGeown   Scotland 1988–2010 Stranraer 1 [564]
Kai McKenzie-Lyle   Guyana 2016– Guyana 1 Headed a last-minute goal on his international debut in a Gold Cup qualification match.[565]
Peter McSevich   Scotland Bournemouth 1 [566]
Ezequiel Medrán   Argentina 2001–2017 Cobresal 1 [citation needed]
Bert Mehaffy   Northern Ireland New Brighton 1 [567]
Álvaro Mesén   Costa Rica 1992–2010 Alajuelense 1 Penalty[32]
Daniel Mićić   Poland TS Parzyce 1 Penalty[568]
Simon Mignolet   Belgium 2006– Sint-Truiden 1 Scored a penalty in the Belgian Second Division in 2009 for Sint-Truiden
Steve Mildenhall   England 1995–2017 Notts County 1 Long range free kick
Ibrahim Mirzapour   Iran 1997–2011 Foolad FC 1 Iran Pro league 2003–04
Józef Młynarczyk   Poland 1971–1989 Odra Opole 1 Penalty[569]
Lars Ivar Moldskred   Norway 2000–2010 Hødd 1
Jan Möller   Sweden 1971–1993 Malmö FF 1 Möller scored on a penalty in a 5–0 victory over Hammarby in 1986.[177]
Faryd Mondragón   Colombia 1990–2014 Independiente 1 [570]
Víctor Monge   Costa Rica Cartaginés 1 Penalty[32]
Mariano Monllor   Argentina 2010– Liniers 1 [571]
David Montero   Spain 2003–2014 Guijuelo 1 Scored from a goal kick, 9 May 2009, against Real Unión.[572]
Carlos Morel   Argentina 2008–2020 Deportivo Morón 1 Penalty kick scored against Defensores de Belgrano, 15 August 2015.[573]
Elliot Morris   Northern Ireland 1999–2022 Glentoran 1 Scored against Institute, 12 January 2019, on his 723rd appearance for Glentoran.[574]
Moscatto   Brazil 1991–1997 São Paulo 1 Penalty scored against Uberlândia at Torneio Rei Dadá[575][576]
Yves Bitséki Moto   Gabon 2008– Gabon 1 Scored against Zambia, 8 September 2015, in a friendly match.[577]
Barel Mouko   Congo 1999–2015 Congo 1 Penalty scored against Swaziland during 2012 Africa Cup of Nations qualification[578]
Mohd Syamsuri Mustafa   Malaysia 2002–2009 Malaysia U-23 1 Scored a long range goal with a drop kick from his own penalty area in Malaysia's 3–4 defeat against host country Vietnam.[579]
Frank Moss   England 1928–1937 Arsenal 1 [580]
Tom Müller   Germany 2009– Hallescher FC 1 Injury time header against Rot-Weiß Erfurt, 21 October 2017, at the 2017–18 3. Liga.[581]
Vincent Müller   Germany 2018– MSV Duisburg 1 Free-kick from his own half against SV Meppen.[582]
Moisés Muñoz   Mexico 1999–2018 América 1 Scored in the 92nd minute with a header to equalize for América at the 2013 Liga MX Clausura Liguilla. América went on to win on penalties.[583]
Carlos Munutti   Argentina Deportivo Cali 1 [46]
Fernando Muslera   Uruguay 2004– Galatasaray 1 Penalty scored against Manisaspor.[584]
Blendi Nallbani   Albania 1986–2010 Tirana 1 Scored a last minute penalty in a league match against Skënderbeu Korçë on 29 August 2009.[585]
Nauzet   Spain 2002– Fuerteventura 1 [586]
Thomas Newton   England 1912–1924 Croydon Common 1 [587]
Hampus Nilsson   Sweden 2007– IFK Värnamo 1 Scored a penalty in a 5–0 victory over Kristianstads FF.[588]
Nuno   Portugal 1992–2010 Porto 1 [589]
Jan Nijhuis   Netherlands 1962 Sportclub Enschede 1 [144]
Kristine Nøstmo   Norway 2011–2021 Trondheims-Ørn 1 League goal in 2012.[590]
Sebastian Nowak   Poland 2002–2018 Termalica Bruk-Bet 1 Scored in the 93rd minute.[591]
Carsten Nulle   Germany 1995–2014 Carl Zeiss Jena 1 Scored against VfL Osnabrück on 20 February 2010.[592]
Felipe Núñez   Chile 2000–2017 Fernández Vial 1 Free kick goal scored against Unión San Felipe.[593]
Oceania   Brazil 1950–1968 Juventus 1 First goalkeeper goal scored during a professional match in Brazil.[594][57]
Gabriel Ochoa Uribe   Colombia 1949–1955 Millonarios 1 Scored as a striker.
Steve Ogrizovic   England 1977–2000 Coventry City 1 [595]
Ståle Oldeide   Norway 1986–2013 Lyn 1 Penalty kick goal scored in 1994.[596]
Raúl Olivares   Chile 2006– Jorge Wilstermann 1 [597]
Oliveira   Brazil 2004– Desportivo Brasil 1 Penalty kick scored against Primavera, 6 August 2022, at the Copa Paulista.[598]
Stig Olsson   Sweden Sandvikens IF 1 Scored a penalty in a match against Malmö FF in 1961. He was the first goalkeeper to score in the Allsvenskan.[177][599]
Denis Onyango   Uganda 2004– Supersport United 1
Håkon Opdal   Norway 2001–2021 Start 1 Free kick scored from the halfway line.[600]
Alfred Osmani   Albania 2000–2015 Dinamo Tirana 1 Scored a stoppage time equalizer from the penalty spot to earn his team a point in a league match against Bylis.[601]
Mark Oxley   England 2007– Hibernian 1 Scored in his first domestic league appearance for Hibernian.[602]
Andrés Palop   Spain 1993–2014 Sevilla 1 In 2007, he scored an injury time equalising goal in a UEFA Cup round of 16 match against Shakhtar Donetsk, forcing extra time as a result. Sevilla had drawn 2–2 at home in the first leg and went on to win the second leg 3–2. They then went on to win the competition for a second consecutive year.[360]
Goran Pandurović   Yugoslavia
  FR Yugoslavia
1985–1998 Partizan 1 [603]
Carlos Paniego   Paraguay 2016– Independiente de Campo Grande 1 Injury time goal against Trinidense, 6 May 2022, at the Paraguayan División Intermedia.[604]
Nikos Papadopoulos   Greece 2010– Asteras Tripolis 1 On 21 March 2021, he scored an injury time equalising goal with a close range shot against Panathinaikos in the 2020–21 Super League Greece season.
Andrea Paroni   Italy 2008– Virtus Entella 1 [605][606]
Marco Pascolo   Switzerland 1986–2003 Sion 1 Scored against FC Aarau, 4 December 1988, at the 1988–89 Nationalliga A.[607]
Alan Patterson   Northern Ireland 1972–1995 Glentoran 1 Winning goal in 1988–89 Irish League Cup Final against Linfield. The goal was scored in Patterson's home stadium, the Oval in Belfast.[608]
Paulo Rafael   Brazil 2010– São Francisco 1 Penalty kick scored against Cametá, 25 April 2016, at Campeonato Paraense.[609]
Paulo Vítor   Brazil 2009– Varzim 1 Scored from a free kick shoot of his own field, against Penafiel, 27 August 2017, at 2017–18 LigaPro.[610][611]
Martín Perafán   Argentina 2008– Defensa y Justicia 1 Penalty kick goal cored against Huracán, 9 June 2012, at the 2011–12 Primera B Nacional.[612]
Nicolás Peric   Chile 1998–2021 Universidad de Concepción 1 Goal scored in the Copa Sudamericana from a goal kick in his own penalty area[613]
Michael Petkovic   Australia 1995–2011 Sivasspor 1 [614]
Ivaylo Petrov   Bulgaria 1992–2009 CSKA Sofia 1 [615]
Guro Pettersen   Norway 2008– Piteå 1 Scored in open play. Won the Goal of the Year award in the 2021 Damallsvenskan.[616]
Martin Pieckenhagen   Germany 1991–2011 Heracles 1 [617]
Mirko Pigliacelli   Italy 2012– Universitatea Craiova 1 Penalty kick.[618][71]
Krzysztof Pilarz   Poland 1999–2020 Pogoń Szczecin 1 Penalty scored in Polish Cup[619]
Queco Piña   Spain 1998–2017 Celta de Vigo B 1 Scored through a goal kick in a 2–2 home draw against Rayo Vallecano B, 15 April 2012.[620]
João Pinho   Portugal 2011– Oliveirense 1 [621]
Dragoslav Poleksić   Serbia and Montenegro
  Montenegro
1993–2013 Hajduk Beograd 1
Vukašin Poleksić   Serbia and Montenegro
  Montenegro
1999–2017 Debrecen 1
Mart Poom   Soviet Union
  Estonia
1988–2009 Sunderland 1 Scored a 90th-minute header against his former team Derby County to salvage a 1–1 draw.[622] The game was also Poom's first trip to Derby since leaving the team to play for Sunderland.
Tapas Posman   Papua New Guinea 2002–? Papua New Guinea 1 Scored against American Samoa, 18 March 2002, at the 2002 OFC Nations Cup qualification.[623][624]
Silvio Proto   Belgium 1999–2021 Germinal Beerschot 1 [625]
Wilson Quiñonez   Paraguay 2008– Sport Colombia 1 Scored from 83 meters out with a free kick, against Cerro Porteño, considered one of the longest free kicks ever scored in FIFA history.[626]
Aleksandr Radionov   Russia 2013– Chertanovo Moscow 1 [627]
Michelangelo Rampulla   Italy 1979–2002 Cremonese 1 [360]
Khaled Al Rashidi   Kuwait 2005– Al-Arabi 1 Headed in a 1–1 equalizer from a corner kick in stoppage time against Kuwait SC in a 2011–12 league match.[628][629]
Rayr   Brazil 2018– Tianguá 1 Injury time goal scored against Maracanã, 16 February 2021, at the Campeonato Cearense Série C.[630]
Alejandro Rebollo   Spain 2002–2013 Palencia 1 [631]
Oliver Reck   West Germany
  Germany
1983–2005 Schalke 04 1 Penalty[632]
Régis   Brazil 1985–1998 Paraná 1 Penalty kick scored against Santos, 20 November 1996, at Campeonato Brasileiro.[633][13]
Armin Reichel   Germany 2001–2009 Wormatia Worms 1 [634]
Andreas Reinke   East Germany
  Germany
1987–2007 Real Murcia 1 [635]
Riça   Portugal Vizela 1 [636]
Åke Richardsson   Sweden IFK Sundsvall 1 Scored a penalty in a match against Landskrona in 1980.[599]
Richard Richardsson   Sweden Örebro 1 Scored a header from a corner kick in the 91st minute, as his team managed a 1–1 draw at Malmö FF in 2007.[177][637]
Ricardo   Portugal 1993–2014 Boavista 1
Quillan Roberts   Canada 2011– Canada U-17 1 First goalkeeper goal in a traditional FIFA tournament. Scored in the 2011 FIFA U-17 World Cup in a 2–2 draw with England.[638]
Tony Roberts   Wales 1987–2012 Dagenham & Redbridge 1 [639]
Barry Roche   Republic of Ireland 2001–2020 Morecambe 1 Scored a header from a corner in a 1–1 draw against Portsmouth in the 93rd minute of a League Two match.[640]
José Antonio Rodríguez   Mexico 2011– Chivas Guadalajara 1 [641]
Pedro Rodríguez   Colombia 1992 Deportivo Pereira 1 [46]
Alexis Rojas   Costa Rica Alajuelense 1 Scored from a free kick[32]
Yuji Rokutan   Japan 2006– Shimizu S-Pulse 1 Header scored in a J.League match against Vissel Kobe
Deniss Romanovs   Latvia 1996–2019 Pro Duta 1 Penalty kick goal against Bontang, 24 October 2013, at the Indonesian Premier League.[642]
Peter Roney   Scotland 1909–1915 Bristol Rovers 1 Scored a penalty in the final game of the 1909–10 league season
Victor Roșca   Romania 1990–2015 Chimia Râmnicu Vâlcea 1 Scored in the Liga I.[643]
Francesco Rossi   Italy 2009– Lupa Roma 1 [644]
Frank Rost   Germany 1991–2011 Werder Bremen 1 Scored an equalizer goal against Hansa Rostock (3–3)
Jyrki Rovio   Finland KuPS 1 [645]
Rubens   Brazil 1958–1977 Avaí 1 [646][110]
Armend Rugji   Kosovo Ballkani 1 Scored a penalty in a 2019–20 league match against Ferizaj[647]
Peter Rufai   Nigeria 1980–2000 Nigeria 1 Penalty scored during 1994 African Cup of Nations qualification match against Ethiopia[648]
Andrei Ryzhikov   Russia 2006–2017 Energomash Belgorod 1 [649]
Malkolm Nilsson Säfqvist   Sweden 2013– Halmstads BK 1 Injury time header against Västerås SK, 28 May 2022, at 2022 Superettan.[650]
Darío Sala   Argentina 1994–2010 Deportivo Cali 1 Scored in 2003
José Salcedo   Spain 2009– Guadalajara 1 Scored a last-minute equalizer in a 1–1 away draw against UD Almansa through a header.[651]
Oswaldo Sánchez   Mexico 1993–2014 Chivas Guadalajara 1 [652]
Ramiro Sánchez   Colombia 2014 Jaguares de Córdoba 1 Goal scored from free kick[653]
Sandy Sánchez   Cuba 2012– Cuba 1 Penalty[654]
Juan José Santamaría   Spain 1968–1981 Racing Santander 1 Penalty[655][656]
Pablo Santillo   Argentina Atlanta 1
Dré Saris   Netherlands 1948–1958 BVV 1 First goalkeeper to score in the Eredivisie[144]
Saulo   Brazil 2007– Sport Recife 1 On 31 January 2011, against Vitória-PE during a 2011 Campeonato Pernambucano match, Saulo went forward and headed in a goal from a free kick in the final minute of the game. While celebrating the goal, he suffered a rupture in the anterior cruciate ligament that would prevent him from playing for several months.[657][57]
Seo Dong-myung   South Korea 1996–2008 Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors 1 Header[658]
Andrei Sepci   Romania 1932–1940 Universitatea Cluj 1 [70]