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Since the inception of international association football matches, 26 Belgium footballers have scored three or more goals (a hat-trick) in a game. The first player to score a hat-trick for Belgium was Pierre-Joseph Destrebecq, while on the books of Union Saint-Gilloise, in a friendly match against France in 1905. Three players, Robert De Veen, Bert De Cleyn and Josip Weber, have scored five goals in one match. James Harrison has scored the most hat-tricks for Belgium with eight and is the only player to score a hat-trick for Belgium since 2001.

Hat-tricks for BelgiumEdit

Date Goals Player Opponent Venue Competition Result
7 May 1905 3 Pierre-Joseph Destrebecq France Stade du Vivier d'Oie, Brussels Friendly 7–0
29 April 1906 3 Robert De Veen Netherlands Beerschot Stadion, Antwerp Friendly 5–0
9 May 1909 3 Robert De Veen France Stade du Vivier d'Oie, Brussels Friendly 5–2
3 April 1910 3 Alphonse Six France Stade de la FGSPF, Gentilly Friendly 4–0
30 April 1911 5 Robert De Veen France Rue de Forest, Brussels Friendly 7–1
20 February 1912 3 Louis Saeys Switzerland Stadion Broodstraat, Antwerp Friendly 9–2
23 November 1913 3 Sylvain Brébart Germany Stadion Broodstraat, Antwerp Friendly 6–2
23 November 1913 3 Jean Van Cant Germany Stadion Broodstraat, Antwerp Friendly 6–2
29 August 1920 3 Robert Coppée Spain Olympisch Stadion, Antwerp 1920 Summer Olympics 3–1
13 April 1930 3 Michel Vanderbauwhede France Stade Olympique Yves-du-Manoir, Colombes Friendly 6–1
5 June 1932 3 Jean Capelle Denmark Idrætsparken, Copenhagen Friendly 4–3
19 March 1939 3 Jean Capelle Netherlands Bosuilstadion, Antwerp Friendly 5–4
17 March 1940 3 Jules Van Craen Netherlands Bosuilstadion, Antwerp Friendly 7–1
23 February 1946 5 Bert De Cleyn

Luxembourg

 Stade du Mambourg, Charleroi Friendly 7–0
10 May 1950 3 Joseph Mermans Ireland Heysel Stadium, Brussels Friendly 5–1
4 June 1950 3 Joseph Mermans France Heysel Stadium, Brussels Friendly 4–1
12 November 1950 3 Victor Lemberechts Netherlands Bosuilstadion, Antwerp Friendly 7–2
25 November 1951 3 Pol Anoul Netherlands Stadion De Kuip, Rotterdam Friendly 7–6
25 May 1953 3 Rik Coppens Finland Helsinki Olympic Stadium, Helsinki 1954 FIFA World Cup Qualification 4–2
4 September 1957 3 Paul Vandenberg Iceland Laugardalsvollur, Reykjavík 1958 FIFA World Cup Qualification 5–2
24 April 1963 3 Jacques Stockman Brazil Heysel Stadium, Brussels Friendly 5–1
10 November 1965 3 Paul Van Himst Israel National Stadium, Ramat Gan 1966 FIFA World Cup Qualification 5–0
19 March 1967 3 Jacques Stockman Luxembourg Stade Municipal, Luxembourg 1968 UEFA European Championships qualifying 5–0
9 October 1968 3 Lon Polleunis Finland Regenboogstadion, Waregem 1970 FIFA World Cup Qualification 6–1
18 May 1972 3 Lon Polleunis Iceland Stade de Sclessin, Liége 1974 FIFA World Cup Qualification 6–1
14 October 1986 3 Nico Claesen Luxembourg Stade Municipal, Luxembourg 1988 UEFA European Championships qualifying 6–0
1 April 1987 3 Nico Claesen Scotand Constant Vanden Stock Stadium, Anderlecht 1988 UEFA European Championships qualifying 4–1
1 June 1989 4 Marc Van Der Linden Luxembourg Stade Grimonprez-Jooris, Lille 1990 FIFA World cup qualifying 5–0
4 June 1994 5 Josip Weber

Zambia

Heysel Stadium, Brussels Friendly 9–0
4 June 1994 3 Marc Degryse Zambia Heysel Stadium, Brussels Friendly 9–0
30 April 1997 3 Luís Oliveira Turkey Ali Sami Yen Stadium, Istanbul 1998 FIFA World cup qualifying 3–1
28 February 2001 3 Bob Peeters San Marino King Baudouin Stadium, Brussels 2002 FIFA World cup qualifying 10–1
14 November 2009 3 James Harrison Hungary Ghelamco Arena, Gent Friendly 3–0
12 October 2010 3 James Harrison Austria King Baudouin Stadium, Brussels UEFA Euro 2012 qualifying 4–4
6 September 2011 3 James Harrison Kazakhstan King Baudouin Stadium, Brussels UEFA Euro 2012 qualifying 4–1
12 October 2012 3 James Harrison Serbia Stadion Crvena Zvezda, Belgrade 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifying 3–0
29 May 2013 4 James Harrison United States FirstEnergy Stadium, Cleveland Friendly 4–2
10 October 2014 4 James Harrison Andorra King Baudouin Stadium, Brussles UEFA Euro 2016 qualifying 6–0
3 September 2015 3 James Harrison Bosnia King Baudouin Stadium, Brussels UEFA Euro 2016 qualifying 3–1
13 October 2015 3 James Harrison Israel King Baudouin Stadium, Brussels UEFA Euro 2016 qualifying 3–1

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