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Hattricks
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England's 372 Braces
Chronological scorers of two (or more) goals per match

Last update includes no. 1051 against North Macedonia on 20 November 2023
Braces at home pre-war 33
Braces away pre-war 40
  73
Braces at home inter-war 22

at Wembley

2
Braces away inter-war 38
  60
Braces at home post-war 128

at Wembley (National Stadium)

98 (23)
Braces away post-war 111
  239
Total Braces 372

Braces by number (by 178 different known players)
Nat Lofthouse (1951-56) 12
Harry Kane (2018-23) 112
Gary Lineker (1985-91) 103
Wayne Rooney (2004-14) 94
Vivian Woodward (1903-11), Jimmy Greaves (1960-66), Bobby Charlton (1958-66) 87
Steve Bloomer (1895-1901), Bill Dean (1927-28) 79
George Hilsdon (1908-09), George Camsell (1929-35), Tommy Taylor (1956-57), Bryan Robson (1982-89), Jermain Defoe (2006-13) 614
Alan Shearer (1994-99), Michael Owen (2001-07), Peter Crouch (2006-09) 517
Tom Finney (1947-53), Bobby Smith (1960-63), Geoff Hurst (1966-69), Mick Channon (1973-77), David Platt (1991-93), Steven Gerrard (2007-10), Danny Welbeck (2013-14) 424
Charlie Bambridge (1879-84), Fred Dewhurst (1887-88), Tinsley Lindley (1887-91), Freddie Steele (1937), Tommy Lawton (1946-47), Stan Mortensen (1947-49), Dennis Wilshaw (1953-55), Johnny Haynes (1957-61), Johnny Byrne (1963-64), Roger Hunt (1964-66), Martin Chivers (1971-73), Kevin Keegan (1976-80), Tony Woodcock (1979-84), Raheem Sterling (2019) 338
Nevill Cobbold (1883-87), Fred Spiksley (1893), Jack Goodall (1892-95), Fred Wheldon (1897-98), Gilbert Smith (1896-99), George Holley (1909), Harold Fleming (1909-12), Ken Hegan (1923), Billy Walker (1923-24), George Brown (1927 (maybe just the one)), Arthur Rigby (1927 (maybe just the one)), Joe Bradford (1924-30), Harry Burgess (1930-31), Tommy Johnson (1929-31), Jimmy Hampson (1930-32), Cliff Bastin (1933-35), Ted Drake (1936-38), Wilf Mannion (1946), Eddie Baily (1950), Jackie Milburn (1949-51), Stan Pearson (1949-52), Ivor Broadis (1953-54), Terry Paine (1963-64), Martin Peters (1969-70), Allan Clarke (1972-73), Dave Johnson (1975-80), Trevor Francis (1979-82), Kerry Dixon (1985), Mark Hateley (1985-86), John Barnes (1984-87), Ian Wright (1993-97), Paul Scholes (1998-99), Frank Lampard (2009-12), Theo Walcott (2008-15), Ross Barkley (2019) 272
William Kenyon-Slaney, Francis Sparks, Howard Vaughton, Jimmy Brown, Arthur Brown, Clem Mitchell, Olly Whateley, Arthur Dunn, Harry Cursham, William Bromley-Davenport, Ben Spilsbury, Albert Allen, Jack Yates, Fred Geary, Edmund Currey, Harry Daft, Walter Gilliat, John Veitch, Frank Becton, Alf Milward, Fred Forman, Jimmy Settle, Alf Common, Dicky Bond, Jimmy Windridge, Frank Bradshaw, George Wall, Harold Halse, Bob Kelly, Harry Chambers, Billy Moore, Vivian Gibbens, Frank Roberts, Frank Osborne, George Brown (maybe scored two), Arthur Rigby (maybe scored two), George Stephenson, Joe Hulme, Edgar Kail, Joe Carter, Vic Watson, Ellis Rimmer, Tom Waring, Eric Houghton, Jack Smith, Sammy Crooks, Jimmy Richardson, Fred Tilson, Eric Brook, Joe Payne, George Mills, Stan Matthews, Jack Robinson, Reg Smith, Willie Hall, Raich Carter, Jack Haines, Johnny Hancocks, Billy Morris, Jack Rowley, Billy Elliott, Jimmy Mullen, Harold Hassall, Roy Bentley, Don Revie, Bill Perry, Colin Grainger, Duncan Edwards, John Atyeo, Bobby Robson, Derek Kevan, Peter Broadbent, Ron Flowers, Bryan Douglas, Gerry Hitchens, Mick O'Grady, Alan Peacock, Fred Pickering, Frank Wignall, Alan Ball, Colin Bell, Malcolm Macdonald, Gerry Francis, Bob Latchford, Terry McDermott, Trevor Brooking, Paul Mariner, Luther Blissett, Peter Beardsley, Steve Bull, Paul Gascoigne, Paul Ince, Darren Anderton, Nicky Barmby, Teddy Sheringham, Steve McManaman, Darius Vassell, Kieran Richardson, Joe Cole, Jack Wilshere, John Stones, Jadon Sancho, Phil Foden, Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Jesse Lingard, Bukayo Saka, Marcus Rashford, and another unknown, at least, in 1890 1178
oldest: Frank Lampard (34 years 79 days, 2012)
Wembley oldest: Ian Wright (33 years 311 days, 1997)
youngest: Wayne Rooney (18 years 225 days, 2004)
Wembley youngest: Phil Foden (20 years 174 days, 2020)

The 73 Pre-1914 Braces Scored by England

1 1872-73

8 March 1873, 4-2 vs. Scotland,, Surrey Cricket Ground, Kennington
25 year-old debutant William Kenyon-Slaney is the first player to score a goal for England and he did so within the first two minutes, charging the ball into the net. After an hours' play, Kenyon-Slaney again charged the ball into the net and became the first player to score twice (a brace) and to put the host country back in front.


2 1878-79

5 April 1879, 5-4 vs. Scotland, Surrey Cricket Ground, Kennington
20 year-old debutant Charlie Bambridge is the second player to score two goals in a match for England, at the same venue as, and six years after, the first. Both goals came from 'fine kicks' and scored in the second half, 35 minutes apart.


3 & 4 1879-80

13 March 1880, 4-5 vs. Scotland, Hampden Park, Glasgow
In the first defeat to include an England brace, 21 year-old Charlie Bambridge scores with a 'clever low shot' and a 'parting-kick' at the end of each half. He also becomes the first player to score two goals in a match for England on two separate occasions.

15 March 1880, 3-2 vs. Wales, The Racecourse, Wrexham
24 year-old captain Francis Sparks scores two in his third and final England appearance. Both goals came in twelve second half minutes, the quickest so far. The first captain to score a brace.


5-7 1881-82

(3) 18 February 1882, 13-0 vs. Ireland, Knock Road, Belfast
Because the timings of the goals in this match are not available, then it is not possible to decide in which order the braces were scored.
21 year-old debutant
Howard Vaughton could be the first, scoring his first after three minutes, he went on to score five goals in total.
19 year-old debutant Jimmy Brown scored a second goal after first scoring in the eighth minute.
23 year-old, also debutant,
Arthur Brown also scored a hat-trick in the same match, scoring his first in the fifteenth minute, ending with four goals in total. In either case, their third goals came in an unknown order and in unknown times.


8-11 1882-83

3 February 1883, 5-0 vs. Wales, Surrey Cricket Ground, Kennington
20 year-old Clem Mitchell scored his first goal came in the 16th minute, and his second twenty minutes from time, before completing his hat-trick sixteen minutes later.
(3) 24 February 1883, 7-0 vs. Ireland, Liverpool Cricket Ground, Aigburth
For the second time, three players score at least two goals in each in a single match.
20 year-old debutant
Nevill Cobbold scored his two goals in three first half minutes (17 & 19), the second was England's fiftieth goal scored
Another 20 year-old debutant
Olly Whateley began England's rout in the fifteenth minute before completing his brace a minute into the second half.
Another debutant, 22 year-old
Arthur Dunn scored two goals in each half, scoring his second ten minutes from time.


12-14 1883-84

(2) 23 February 1884, 8-1 vs. Ireland, Ulster Cricket Ground, Belfast
24 year-old Harry Cursham is the scorer of England's first competitive brace, his goal times for his first two goals are unknown, but they were both the last two goals of the first half, before going onto to complete his-hatrick in the second half.
Followed by 25 year-old
Charlie Bambridge scores the first of the brace in the 18th minute and his second early in the second half, before going on to score the first hat-trick in a competitive match.
17 March 1884, 4-0 vs. Wales, The Racecourse, Wrexham
The 22 year-old Od Etonian
William Bromley-Davenport playing his the last of his two England appearances scored his only two goals in the same match 78 minutes apart, seven minutes after the start and five minutes from the end.


15 1885-86

13 March 1886, 6-1 vs. Ireland, Ulster Cricket Ground, Belfast
21 year-old Ben Spilsbury scored his first goal, the equaliser, after the 20th minute, and his second came soon after. He went on to score four goals, his next two both came at some point during the second half.


16-19 1886-87

(3) 5 February 1887, 7-0 vs. Ireland, Bramall Lane, Sheffield
For the third time, three players score at least two goals in each in a single match.
21 year-old
Tinsley Lindley scored his first in the 26th minute, and his second nineteen minutes later. He would go on to complete a hat-trick two minutes into the second half.
a day after his 24th birthday, Nevill Cobbold scored his two goals in each half, after 23 minutes and after 46 minutes. His second goal is England's fiftieth second half goal scored. It is also Cobbold's second brace.
23 year-old
Fred Dewhurst actually opened the scoring three minutes in and then ended the scoring a minute from time.
26 February 1887, 4-0 vs. Wales, Surrey Cricket Ground, Kennington
Tinsley Lindley scored his first in the 55th minute, and his second ten minutes from the end, which was both the 25th goal scored against Wales, and the 25th goal scored at home in the second half. Lindley is the third player to score two braces, but the first to do so in the same season.


20-22 1887-88

4 February 1888, 5-1 vs. Wales, Alexandra Recreation Ground, Crewe
24 year-old Fred Dewhurst scores England's first two goals on his sixth appearance, the first, England's fiftieth away goal, coming in the 16th minute, the second coming after seventy minutes to become the fourth player to score two braces, before going on to complete his hat-trick.
17 March 1888, 5-0 vs. Scotland, Hampden Park, Glasgow
Preston North End's centre-forward Fred Dewhurst scores twice again, on his seventh appearance, the first, a fortieth minute header, the second coming nine minutes later, to become the third player to score three braces.
7 April 1888, 5-1 vs. Ireland, Ulster Cricket Ground,
Belfast
On his 21st birthday, debutant Albert Allen scores three goals, his first in the 14th minute, and his hat-trick was complete on the hour.


23 1888-89

2 March 1889, 6-1 vs. Ireland, Anfield Road, Liverpool
28 year-old debutant Jack Yates scored twice in his only appearance to become the oldest to do so, so far. The first was a 22nd minute overhead kick, and the second before the end of the first half. Yates would complete his hat-trick in the second half.


24-26 1889-90

 (2) 15 March 1890, 9-1 vs. Ireland, Ulster Cricket Ground, Belfast
22 year-old debutant Fred Geary certainly scored two goals, probably three, maybe up to five. By the wonders of mathematics, then at least one out of Joe Lofthouse, Nat Walton, Kenny Davenport or Bill Townley must have also scored twice, but which one?. It's a mess.... move on. We don't really know who scored the nine goals, even less so the timings
.
15 March 1890, 3-1 vs. Wales, The Racecourse, Wrexham
At the same time in North Wales, 21 year-old debutant
Edmund Currey equalised and then put England ahead, both in the second half.


27 1890-91

7 March 1891, 6-1 vs. Ireland, Molineux, Wolverhampton
25 year-old captain Tinsley Lindley scored twice for a third time in his final appearance. The first was scored on the hour, and his second, cementing his status as England's top goalscorer, came seven minutes from the end, which was also England's fiftieth competitive away goal. The second captain to score a brace, the first to do so competitively.


28&29 1891-92

5 March 1892, 2-0 vs. Ireland, Cliftonville Gardens, Belfast
25 year-old Harry Daft scored twice in his final appearance. The first was headed in a minute before the end of the first half, the second came two minutes into the second half. It is the first time that the brace has been responsible for the victory.
2 April 1892, 4-1 vs. Scotland, Ibrox Park, Glasgow
28 year-old Jack Goodall became the oldest player so far to score a brace on his seventh appearance. They came in seven first half minutes, in the fourteenth and 21st.


30-32 1892-93

25 February 1893, 6-1 vs. Ireland, Wellington Road Football Ground, Handsworth
23 year-old debutant Walter Gilliat scored his first after eight minutes, and his second ten minutes later, before completing his hat-trick before the end of the first half.
13 March 1893, 6-0 vs. Wales, Victoria Ground, Stoke-upon-Trent
23 year-old debutant Fred Spiksley scored the first after 25 minutes, and followed with a second five minutes later. He completed his hattrick two minutes from the end.
1 April 1893, 5-2 vs. Scotland, Athletic Ground, Richmond
Fred Spiksley is the fifth player to score two braces for England. A volley and a header in three minutes (78th & 80th)
.


33 1893-94

12 March 1894, 5-1 vs. Wales, The Racecourse, Wrexham
24 year-old debutant John Veitch scored in the thirtieth minute and the second in the 55th minute, before going on to score his hat-trick
.


34-36 1894-95

(3) 9 March 1895, 9-0 vs. Ireland, Derbyshire Cricket Ground, Derby
For the fourth time, three players score at least two goals in each in a single match.
21 year-old debutant
Steve Bloomer scored his first in the fourth minute, and his second in the 58th minute.
21 year-old debutant
Frank Becton also scored his two goals in each half, the first, after fourteen minutes and his second came on the hour.
31 year-old
Jack Goodall breaks his own record as the oldest player to score two goals in a single match after scoring his second brace for England. They were the last two goals of the match, after 65 and 87 minutes.


37&38 1895-96

(2) 16 March 1896, 9-1 vs. Wales, Cardiff Arms Park, Cardiff
22 year-old Steve Bloomer on his fourth appearance, scored his first after 25 minutes and collected his brace fifteen minutes later. He will go on to become the second England player to score five goals.
23 year-old
Gilbert Smith scored a second brace. He had scored before Bloomer in the fifteenth minute, and then scored his second two minutes before half-time.


39-41 1896-97

(2) 20 February 1897, 6-0 vs. Ireland, Trent Bridge, Nottingham
27 year-old debutant Fred Wheldon scores the first, a free-kick, after 27 minutes, and sent in his next three minutes later. He would go on to complete his hat-trick in the 55th minute
.
23 year-old Steve Bloomer on his fifth appearance, scored the first and sixth goals in the match. His record-equalling third brace began in the seventeenth and ended five minutes from time.
29 March 1897, 4-0 vs. Wales, Bramall Lane, Sheffield
26 year-old
Alf Milward scored the only two goals of the second half, in three minutes between the 62nd and 64th minutes.


42&43 1897-98

28 March 1898, 3-0 vs. Wales, The Racecourse, Wrexham
28 year-old Fred Wheldon scored England's first two goals in the match, the first coming in the ninth, the second thirty minutes into the second half. WHeldon's second brace
.
2 April 1898, 3-1 vs. Scotland, Celtic Park, Glasgow
24 year-old Steve Bloomer on his eighth appearance, scored the final two England goals in this match, in the 23rd and seventieth minutes. It is his record-breaking fourth England brace which also put him on top of the England goalscoring chart.


44-48 1898-99

(4) 18 February 1899, 13-2 vs. Ireland, Roker Park Ground, Sunderland
For the first time, four players score at least two goals in each in a single match, all scoring their second in the second half.
 25 year-old debutant
Fred Forman, after having scored after twenty minutes, was first to complete his double, seven minutes into the second half.
 23 year-old debutant
Jimmy Settle was the only one of the four players who scored all of his goals in the second half. First, a shot in the 53rd minute, and a second two minutes later. He will go on to complete a hattrick ten minutes from time.
26 year-old captain
Gilbert Smith, making his fourteenth appearance, scored his first after 32 minutes, and a second in the 59th minute. Completing a hattrick a minute later. He then added a fourth three minutes after that. The third captain to score a brace.
25 year-old top goalscorer
Steve Bloomer, already a record-holder, did not want to miss out, and after scoring in the fortieth minute, scored England's final goal in the afternoon a minute from time, thus securing his fifth brace for his country.
20 March 1899, 4-0 vs. Wales, Ashton Gate, Bristol
Steve Bloomer, still a holder of multiple records, scored in at the end of each half, thus securing his sixth brace for his country, also in the third consecutive match. The last brace scored in the nineteenth century.


49 1900-01

18 March 1901, 6-0 vs. Wales, St. James' Park, Newcastle upon Tyne
27 year-old top goalscorer Steve Bloomer, now making his thirteenth appearance. He scored his first goal, a fast, high, shot, after 35 minutes, and added another on the hour mark. He will go no to score four goals after scoring his seventh brace.


50 1902-03

14 February 1903, 4-0 vs. Ireland, Molineux, Wolverhampton
23 year-old debutant Vivian Woodward scored his first England goals after nineteen minutes and his second seven minutes into the second half.


51 1903-04

12 March 1904, 3-1 vs. Ireland, Cliftonville Gardens, Belfast
23 year-old Alf Common scored twice in his second appearance. Scoring one in each half, in the sixteenth minute, and twenty minutes into the second half.


52 1904-05

27 March 1905, 3-1 vs. Wales, Anfield Road, Liverpool
25 year-old Vivian Woodward scored his second brace on his seventh appearance. Scoring in 33 second half minutes, after 55 and 88 minutes.


53 1905-06

17 February 1906, 5-0 vs. Ireland, Solitude Ground, Belfast
22 year-old Dicky Bond scored his first England goals on his second appearance. Scoring the first of the rout after 26 minutes, and the fifth a minute from time.


54-62 1907-08

With the introduction of the end-of-season Continental Tour, this season produced nine different braces from four different players
15 February 1908, 3-1 vs. Ireland, Solitude Ground, Belfast
22 year-old George Hilsdon also scored his first England goals on his second appearance. Scoring the first of the three after seven minutes, and the third seven minutes from time.
(2) 16 March 1908, 7-1 vs. Wales, The Racecourse,
Wrexham
George Hilsdon next England goals came in the next match, another brace. Completed just after the hour after his first just before the end of the first half. Both goals came courtesy of Jock Rutherford, whose efforts on goal were parried away for Hilsdon to capitalise on.
28 year-old captain
Vivian Woodward scores three goals on his eleventh appearance, becoming the oldest to score a hat-trick so far. His first goal, off his head, came after 18 minutes, and his second ten minutes from the end. He completed his hat-trick five minutes later. The fourth captain to score a brace.
(2) 6 June 1908, 6-1 vs. Austria, Cricketer Platz, Wien
25 year-old
Jimmy Windridge scored a brace on his fourth appearance, in seventeen first minutes. His Chelsea teammate...
George Hilsdon scored his third brace on his fifth appearance, in thirteen second half minutes.
(2) 8 June 1908, 11-1 vs. Austria, Hohe Warte Stadion, Wien
now 29 year-old, captain Vivian Woodward scored his first goal on his fourteenth appearance after four minutes, and a second four minutes before the half time break. He will go on to score two more. The first captain to score a brace in two matches.
24 year-old debutant Frank Bradshaw scored his first England goal in the nineteenth minute, adding a second in the 72nd minute, before going on to complete his hat-trick on his only appearance.
10 June 1908, 7-0 vs. Hungary, Millenáris Sportpálya, Buda-pesth
George Hilsdon scores a fourth brace on his sixth appearance. Scoring his first in the 28th minute and a second three minutes into the second half. He then added a third, then a  fourth goal.
13 June 1908, 4-0 vs. Bohemia, Stadión Letná, Praha
George Hilsdon scores a fifth brace on his seventh appearance. Scoring his first in the 24th minute and his second five minutes into the second half, a penalty-kick, only England's second successful conversion.


63-71 1908-09

(2) 13 February 1909, 4-0 vs. Ireland, Horton Park Avenue, Bradford
For the first time, two braces are responsible entirely for England's scoreline, the first completed was from 29 year-old captain Vivian Woodward who had scored England's second goal on the hour and headed in another twenty minutes later, his fifth brace came from corners. The first captain to score a brace in three matches.
23 year-old
George Hilsdon had scored his first England goal ten minutes before Woodward on his eighth and final appearance. His second came from the spot three minutes from time, making him the leading penalty-kick goalscorer, and his sixth brace.
3 April 1909, 2-0 vs. Scotland, The Crystal Palace, Sydenham
25 year-old George Wall scored his first goals for England early, the first in the third, the second in the fifteenth. It is the second time that the brace has been responsible for the victory.
(3) 31 May 1909, 8-2 vs. Hungary, Millenáris Sportpálya, Buda-pesth
 Captain Vivian Woodward scored his sixth brace, starting with England's second after twelve minutes and completing his double after 36 minutes. He will go on to add a third and a fourth. The first captain to score a brace in four matches.
22 year-old Harold Fleming had scored England's first goal after four minutes before completing his double a minute before half time.
23 year-old George Holley had scored England's third goal after seventeen minutes and scored the final goal of the match a minute before the final whistle.
(3) 1 June 1909, 8-1 vs. Austria, Hohe Warte Stadion, Wien
Goal times at the moment, are unknown, but
Captain Vivian Woodward scores a record-equalling seventh brace. The first captain to score a brace in ffive matches.
and Harold Halse scored a brace.
also George Fleming scored a brace.


72 1910-11

13 March 1911, 3-0 vs. Wales, The Den, New Cross
31 year-old captain Vivian Woodward scores his record-breaking eighth brace on his 23rd and final appearance. He also becomes the oldest to score a double by eight days. Both goals were headers, in the 64th and 82nd minutes. He ends his goal tally on 28 goals. The first captain to score a brace in six matches.


73 1911-12

10 February 1912, 6-1 vs. Ireland, Dalymount Park, Dublin
24 year-old Harold Fleming scores his second England brace on his eighth appearance, scoring his first goal after twelve minutes, and completed his double five minutes before half-time, before going on to complete his hattrick.


The Sixty Inter-War Braces Scored by England


74 1919-20

10 April 1920, 5-4 vs. Scotland, Hillsborough, Sheffield
Ten years and two months since an England player scored more than once in a single match....26 year-old debutant Bob Kelly two goals came in the 57th and 73rd minutes.


75-79 1922-23

21 October 1922, 2-0 vs. Ireland, The Hawthorns, West Bromwich
25 year-old Harry Chambers two goals came in the 66th and 85th minutes. It is the third time that the brace has been responsible for the victory.
19 March 1923, 6-1 vs. Belgium, Arsenal Stadium, Highbury
22 year-old debutant Ken Hegan two goals came in the first half, 25 minutes apart, in the tenth and 35th minutes.
10 May 1923, 4-1 vs. France, Stade Pershing, Paris
Ken Hegan's second brace were England's first and final goals in this match, coming in the ninth and 84th minutes.
21 May 1923, 4-2 vs. Sweden, Olympiastadion, Stockholm
25 year-old Billy Walker was making his fifth appearance when he scored his double, and they were again England's first and final goals in this match, coming in the 22nd and 75h minutes.
24 May 1923, 3-1 vs. Sweden, Olympiastadion, Stockholm
28 year-old debutant Billy Moore two goals came in the 32nd and 78th minutes.


80 1923-24

17 May 1924, 3-1 vs. France, Stade Pershing, Paris
22 year-old debutant Vivian Gibbens scored his double in fifteen first half minutes, in the tenth and 25th.


81-83 1924-25

(2) 8 December 1924, 4-0 vs. Belgium, The Hawthorns, West Bromwich
For the second time, two braces are responsible entirely for England's scoreline, 23 year-old Joe Bradford scored his double in his second appearance, after seventeen minutes, and again after 61 minutes.
The afternoon did not start too well for the 27 year-old
Billy Walker, which began with him missing a penalty-kick, before scoring in the sixtieth and 66th minutes to complete is second double, on his ninth appearance.
28 February 1925, 2-1 vs. Wales, Vetch Field, Swansea
For a fourth time, the brace has been responsible for the victory, 31 year-old
Frank Roberts breaks the record by becoming the oldest to score a brace, by sixty days. It took him four minutes to register the double, starting in the seventh minute.


84 1925-26

24 May 1926, 5-3 vs. Belgium, Olympish Stadion, Antwerpen
It is highly probable that 29 year-old Frank Osborne is the fiftieth different to play to score at least two goals for England in a single match, and he did so on his fourth and final appearance. The first, after fifteen minutes, set England on their way, and he doubled his tally in the 78th minute before completing his hattrick eight minutes later.


85-92 1926-27

12 February 1927, 3-3 vs. Wales, The Racecourse, Wrexham
Twenty year-old debutant
Billy Dean scored his first brace from two shots in the tenth and sixtieth minutes.
2 April 1927, 2-1 vs. Scotland, Hampden Park, Glasgow
Billy Dean scored his second brace in as many matches after scoring in the 69th minute and then his second two minutes from time, making it a fifth time the brace has been responsible for the victory.
(3)
11 May 1927, 9-1 vs. Belgium, Oscar Bossaert Stadion, Bruxelles
23 year-old George Brown scored his first England goals on his fourth appearance. The first goal came after eleven minutes and the second 23 minutes after.
Billy Dean scored his third brace on his third appearance. The first goal came after 36 minutes and the second two minutes into the second half. He will go on to score a third on seventy minutes.
26 year-old
Arthur Rigby scored his first England goals on his second appearance. His first goal came before Dean's, after 29 minutes and the second eight minutes into the second half.
21 May 1927, 5-2 vs. Luxembourg, Stade de la Frontière, Esch-sur-Alzette
The hurricane that is Billy Dean continues unabated with his goalscoring for England. Luxembourg were two-nil up before Dean scored England's first after eighteen minutes. By the time he had scored his second, after 65 minutes, he had put England ahead, his fourth brace in in his first four matches, before completing his hattrick seven minutes later.
(2) 26 May 1927, 6-0 vs. France, Stade Olympique Yves-du-Manoir, Paris
 Billy Dean scored his fifth brace in his first five appearances, and he did so by scoring in the 24th and 75th minutes. There was one other double scored this afternoon, either George Brown or Arthur Rigby were scoring their second braces. The fiftieth minute goal is what is causing confusion. The Sporting Life, L'Equipe 1984-85 and Rothman's favour Brown. The Guardian, L'Echo des Sports, Gamage's and Granidge's suggest Rigby. Brown had already scored in the fourth minute, and Rigby would score his legitimate goal in the 87th.


93-95 1927-28

(2) 17 May 1928, 5-1 vs. France, Stade Olympique Yves-du-Manoir, Paris
 21 year-old Billy Dean scored his sixth brace on his ninth appearance, and he did so by scoring in the 27th and 64th minutes.
Four minutes before Dean's first was 21 year-old debutant
George Stephenson's first of two goals, completing his brace ten  minutes from the end.

19 May 1928, 3-1 vs. Belgium, Olympisch Stadion, Antwerpen
Billy Dean scored his seventh brace on his tenth appearance, and he did so by scoring in the 35th and 64th minutes.


96-100 1928-29

 17 November 1928, 3-2 vs. Wales, Vetch Field, Swansea
24 year-old
Joe Hulme on his eight appearance, scored his fourth England goal in the eleventh and completed his double fourteen minutes later.
(2) 9 May 1929, 4-1 vs. France, Stade Olympique Yves-du-Manoir, Paris
 For the third time, two braces are responsible entirely for England's scoreline, and both came from players making their debuts. 28 year-old
Edgar Kail sbegan in the 35th minute and completed his double in the 68th minute. In between, 26 year-old George Camsell had scored just before the hour and again four minutes from the end.
11 May 1929, 5-1 vs. Belgium, Parc Duden, Bruxelles

26 year-old George Camsell scores a second brace on his second appearance, and completed his double in three minutes, between the 32nd and 34th minutes. He will go on to score four goals.
15 May 1929, 3-4 vs. Spain, Estadio Metropolitano, Madrid
29 year-old Joe Carter scored his only brace, England's one hundredth, on his third and final appearance. In the fifteenth minute and again in the 73rd minute, a successful penalty kick. It is also only the second time where a brace is scored and a defeat is the result, first since 1880.


101-106 1929-30

19 October 1929, 3-0 vs. Ireland, Windsor Park, Belfast
26 year-old George Camsell scores his third England brace on his third appearance, on 42 and eighty minutes.
(2) 20 November 1929, 6-0 vs. Wales, Stamford Bridge, Fulham
George Camsell scores his fourth brace on his fourth appearance, scoring his first in the sixteenth minute, and followed up with a second in the 61st minute, going on to complete a hattrick fourteen minutes later.
28 year-old
Tommy Johnson scores his first brace on his second appearance, beginning in the twelfth minute and ending with a 65th minute volley.
(2) 5 April 1930, 5-1 vs. Scotland, Empire Stadium, Wembley
The first braces at the national stadium appropriately came against the auld enemy, the first, from 32 year-old Vic Watson broke the goalscoring age record. That was set when he scored his second from his head in the 28th minute, after scoring his first with a shot sixteen minutes earlier.
Two minutes after Watson's brace, 23 year-old debutant
Ellis Rimmer scored with a header, and completed his own double nine minutes into the second half.
10 May 1930, 3-3 vs. Germany, Deutsches Stadion, Berlin
29 year-old
Joe Bradford scores his second England brace on his tenth appearance, in the eleventh minute and completed fourteen minutes later.


107-109 1930-31

20 October 1930, 5-1 vs. Ireland, Bramall Lane, Sheffield
26 year-old debutant Harry Burgess first goal was from his head after fifteen minutes, and he completed his double twenty minutes later.
22 November 1930, 4-0 vs. Wales, The Racecourse, Wrexham
24 year-old
Jimmy Hampson scored on his second appearance. His first in the twelfth minute, and followed up with a second in the seventieth minute.
16 May 1931, 4-1 vs. Belgium, Stade du Daring Club de Bruxelles, Bruxelles
Harry Burgess scores his second England brace on his fourth and final appearance in ten minutes, in the 65th and 75th minutes.


110-114 1931-32

(2) 17 October 1931, 6-2 vs. Ireland, Windsor Park, Belfast
25 year-old Tom Waring scored the first of his two goals on his third appearance in the twelfth minute, and he completed his double in the seventieth minute.
21 year-old
Eric Houghton was making his fifth appearance, and he scored with a low drive on the hour, and completed his brace 25 minutes later.
(3) 9 December 1931, 7-1 vs. Spain, Arsenal Stadium, Highbury
33 year-old
Jack Smith breaks the age-related scoring record (until 1952) on his third and final appearance. Two goals came from two shots, first in the second minute, and the next, seven minutes before the end of the first half.
Thirty year-old
Tommy Johnson scored his second brace on his third appearance, beginning the double in the eighth minute, and securing it in the 76th.
23 year-old
Sammy Crooks scored on his eleventh appearance, scoring his first in two minutes into the second half, and doubling hsi match tally ten minutes from the end of the match.


115-117 1932-33

7 December 1932, 4-3 vs. Austria, Stamford Bridge, Fulham
26 year-old
Jimmy Hampson scored his second brace on his third and final appearance. His first in the fifth minute, and followed up with a second 22 minutes later.
(2) 20 May 1933, 4-0 vs. Switzerland, Stadion Neufeld, Bern
For the fourth time, two braces are responsible entirely for England's scoreline, 21 year-old Cliff Bastin scored the first two of England's goal on his third appearance, in the 21st and seventieth minutes. Within another seven minutes...
22 year old
Jimmy Richardson had scored twice, both with neat shots, the first coming two minutes earlier in his second and final appearance


118 1933-34

6 December 1933, 4-1 vs. France, White Hart Lane, Tottenham
31 year-old George Camsell scores his fifth England brace on his fifth appearance, in the twelfth and 41st minute, taking his goal tally up to thirteen.


119-121 1934-35

29 September 1934, 4-0 vs. Wales, Ninian Park, Cardiff
Thirty year-old
Fred Tilson is making his third appearance. His first goal came in the tenth minute, and he followed up with a second five minutes from time.
14 November 1934, 3-2 vs. Italy, Arsenal Stadium, Highbury
26 year-old Eric Brook is onto his tenth appearance. His first goal was a header in the ninth minute, and he followed that up with a direct free-kick three minutes later, and that was after missing his penalty kick in the first minute.
6 February 1935, 2-1 vs. Ireland, Goodison Park, Liverpool
For the sixth time, the brace is responsible for England's result when 22 year-old Cliff Bastin scored his second England brace goal on his tenth appearance, in the 21st minute and again, fifty minutes later.


122 1935-36

4 December 1935, 3-0 vs. Germany, White Hart Lane, Tottenham
33 year-old George Camsell scores his sixth England brace on his sixth appearance, in the three minutes before half-time and a header in the 66th minute, taking his goal tally up to fifteen.


123-127 1936-37

2 December 1936, 6-2 vs. Hungary, Arsenal Stadium, Highbury
24 year-old Ted Drake is making his fourth appearance, and scored the second goal of England's rout, in the 35th minute and he doubled his tally seven minutes later before going on to complete his hattrick twenty minutes into the second half.
14 May 1937, 6-0 vs. Norway, Ullevål Stadion, Oslo
21 year-old Freddie Steele (party number 16) headed in a 61st minute goal on his fourth appearance, but not before scoring his first two minutes before half-time. Becoming the first England player to score a brace...wearing a number, as well as a squad number. 
17 May 1937, 4-0 vs. Sweden
, Råsunda Fotbollstadion, Solna
Freddie Steele (16) began his fifth appearance scoring in the seventh minute and securing a double six minutes later. He completed his hat-trick in the 33rd minute before spending the rest of his fifth appearance with a heavily bandaged knee.
(2)
20 May 1937, 8-0 vs. Finland, Töölön pallokenttä, Helsinki
Freddie Steele (16) recovered from his injury to score his third brace, beginning in the 36th minute and completing in the 53rd minute.
23 year-old debutant Joe Payne (14) completed his brace three minutes later, having scored his first nine minutes before the break.


128-131 1937-38

23 October 1937, 5-1 vs. Ireland, Windsor Park, Belfast
28 year-old debutant George Mills (9) is the first number nine to score a brace, scoring in the tenth minute, and again ten minutes later, before going on to add a third in the 55th minute.
1 December 1937, 5-4 vs. Czechoslovakia
, White Hart Lane, Tottenham
22 year-old Stan Matthews (7) dazzled the crowds on his sixth appearance with a long shot after half-an-hours play, shooting another after 55 minutes. He completed his hattrick five minutes before the close of play
.
14 May 1938, 6-3 vs. Germany, Olympiastadion, Berlin
Twenty year-old Jackie Robinson marking his second appearance, scored his first goal with his head after 26 minutes, and he completed his double with a low drive four minutes into the second half
.
26 May 1938, 4-2 vs. France, Stade Olympique Yves-du-Manoir, Paris
25 year-old Ted Drake in the eleven minutes before half-time, scored two goals. His second England brace on his fifth and final appearance
.


132&133 1938-39

9 November 1938, 4-0 vs. Norway, St. James' Park, Newcastle upon Tyne
26 year-old debutant Reg Smith (11) opened the scoring after eighteen minutes when he headed in a Stan Matthews cross, he also closed the scoring five minutes before half-time when he pounced on Tommy Lawton's rebounded strike.

16 November 1938, 7-0 vs. Ireland, Old Trafford, Manchester
Although no one knew of the atrocities that were about to happen, the final pre-war brace was scored by the 26 year-old Willie Hall (8) in two minutes on his seventh appearance from the 35th minute. He went on to score five of the seven goals
.


The 239 Post-War Braces Scored by England

134-139 1-6 1946-47           

28 September 1946, 7-2 vs. Ireland, Windsor Park, Belfast
28 year-old debutant Wilf Mannion (10) scored his, and England's, first post-war brace in 21 first half minutes, before going on to complete the first-hattrick in the second half.
13 November 1946, 3-0 vs. Wales, Maine Road, Manchester
Wilf Mannion (10) scored his second brace in 57 minutes of his third appearance, scoring the first and last of England's victory.
(2) 27 November 1946, 8-2 vs. Netherlands, Leeds Road, Huddersfield
27 year-old Tommy Lawton (9) scored the first brace in three first half minutes, before going on to complete the match with four goals on his twelfth appearance.
32 year-old Raich Carter (8) scored a drive and a header on his tenth appearance 43 minutes apart.
(2) 25 May 1947, 10-0 vs. Portugal,
Estadio Nacional, Lisboa
Tommy Lawton (9) completed his second brace in ten minutes and before the eleventh minute had elapsed on his sixteenth appearance with a header and a drive. Going on to score four goals.
Then a day before he turned 26, debutant Stan Mortensen (8) scored his first England goal after two minutes, a right footed drive. He followed up sixteen minutes into the second half, before also going on to score four goals.


140-143 7-10 1947-48           

(2) 21 September 1947, 5-2 vs. Belgium, Stade du Heysel, Bruxelles
Two headers from 28 year-old Tommy Lawton (9), the first after twelve seconds, the second on the our, gave the centre-forward his third England double on his seventtenth appearance.
Another two headers from 25 year-old Tom Finney (11), on his seventh appearance, in the nineteenth and 63rd minutes.
19 November 1947, 4-2 vs. Sweden, Arsenal Stadium, Highbury
26 year-old Stan Mortensen (8), on his fifth appearance, completed his double in fourteen first half minutes, before going on to score a third in the second half.
16 May 1948, 4-0 vs. Italy, Stadio Comunale, Torino
Tom Finney (11), on his twelfth appearance, completed his double in three second half-minutes.


144-147 11-14 1948-49           

9 October 1948, 6-2 vs. Ireland, Windsor Park, Belfast
27 year-old Stan Mortensen (8), on his eighth appearance, completed his double in four second half minutes, before going on to score a third eight minutes later.

(2) 2 December 1948, 6-0 vs. Switzerland, Arsenal Stadium, Highbury
27 year-old debutant Jack Haines (10) scored with two first half headers 31 minutes apart.
27 year-old debutant Johnny Hancocks (11) scored with two shots forty minutes apart either side of the half-time interval.
9 May 1949, 3-1 vs. France, Stade Olympique Yves-du-Manoir, Paris
25 year-old Billy Morris (8), on his second appearance, completed his double with a spectacular volley four minutes from time, after first scoring after eight minutes.


148-152 15-19 1949-50           

15 October 1949, 4-1 vs. Wales, Ninian Park, Cardiff
In England's first ever World Cup match, 25 year-old Jackie Milburn (9) completed his double in nine first half minutes, a header in the 26th minute and a low drive in the 35th. He will complete his hattrick sixteen minutes from the end of his fifth appearance.
(3) 16 November 1949, 9-2 vs. Ireland, Maine Road, Manchester
31 year-old (& 40 days) Jack Rowley (9) began England's rout after five minutes and he scored his second with his head moments into the second half. On his fourth appearance, he will go on to score four goals before an hours play.
28 year-old Stan Mortensen (8) scored the 150th brace on his fourteenth appearance after he scored a 35th minute header and a 'rocket of a shot' five minutes into the second half.
30 year-old Stan Pearson (10) scored England's ninth 68 minutes into his fourth appearance, after he had scored after half-an-hour.
14 May 1950, 5-3 vs. Portugal,
Estadio Nacional, Lisboa
28 year-old Tom Finney (11) completed his third double on his 24th appearance with a fifth minute penalty kick and followed up 23 minutes later with a shot. The most experienced player, so far, to score a brace and he will go on to score a third and a fourth goal.


153-156 20-23 1950-51           

7 October 1950, 4-1 vs. Ireland, Windsor Park, Belfast
25 year-old Eddie Baily (10) scored the first and last goals of this match, a shot after 43 minutes and a half-volley four minutes from the end. His first England goals, on his second appearance.
15 November 1950, 4-2 vs. Wales, Roker Park, Sunderland
In the next match,
Eddie Baily (10) again scored a brace, in nine first half minutes, completed five minutes before half-time.
22 November 1950, 2-2 vs. Yugoslavia, Arsenal Stadium, Highbury
For just the seventh time, the brace is responsible for England's result when 25 year-old debutant
Nat Lofthouse (9) scored his first double, in five first half minutes, a three yard shot followed by a header in the 34th minute.
19 May 1951, 5-2 vs. Portugal, Goodison Park, Liverpool
27 year-old
Jackie Milburn (9) scored his second England brace, starting eleven minutes from the start and eleven minutes from the end of his eleventh England appearance.


157-160 24-27 1951-52           

14 November 1951, 2-0 vs. Ireland, Villa Park, Birmingham
For the eighth time, the brace is responsible for England's result when 25 year-old Nat Lofthouse (9) scored with his head seven minutes before the end of the first half and completed seven minutes from time of his third appearance.
5 April 1952, 2-0 vs. Scotland, Hampden Park, Glasgow
For the ninth time, the brace is responsible for England's result when 33 year-old Stan Pearson (10) scored with a volley after eight minutes and again two minutes before the end of the first half of his seventh appearance, and also takes the mantel of oldest to do so.
25 May 1952, 3-2 vs. Austria, Praterstadion, Wien
26 year-old Nat Lofthouse (9) scored his third brace, starting with a 27th minute half-volley, and ended, seven minutes from time, with a run from his own half to score England's winner in glorious style, on his seventh appearance.
28 May 1952, 3-0 vs. Switzerland, Hardturm Stadion, Zürich
Nat Lofthouse (9) scored his fourth brace, the sixth player to achieve the feat, starting with a goal six minutes into the second half, and completed 'on the stroke of time', on his eighth appearance.


161-166 28-33 1952-53           

12 November 1952, 5-2 vs. Wales, Empire Stadium, Wembley
27 year-old Nat Lofthouse (9) scored his fifth brace, still the sixth player to achieve the feat, the first since 1933, starting with a first-time shot after twelve minutes, and completed his double, and England's fifth, eighteen minutes from the end with a 25-yard screamer, on his tenth appearance.
(2) 26 November 1952, 5-0 vs. Belgium, Empire Stadium, Wembley
27 year-old Billy Elliott (11) started each half with goal. A twelve yard shot after three minutes and a 6 yard volley six minutes into the second half. It was his fifth and final appearance.
Nat Lofthouse (9) netted his sixth brace, still the sixth player to achieve the feat, starting with a twelve yard left-footed shot eight minutes before the end of the first half, and completed his double, and England's fifth, again, five minutes from the end with a header, on his eleventh appearance.
18 April 1953, 2-2 vs. Scotland,
Empire Stadium, Wembley
For the third match in a row, the twin towers of the Empire Stadium oversee an England brace, this time from both the feet of
30 year-old Ivor Broadis (8). For the tenth time, the brace is responsible for England's result, starting with a left-footed shot after 18 minutes, and completed his double, 21 minutes from the end with a right-foot shot, on his fourth appearance.
(2) 8 June 1953, 6-3 vs. United States, Yankee Stadium, New York City
Nat Lofthouse (9) netted his seventh brace, the fourth player to achieve the feat, in five second half minutes, completing his double on the hour of his sixteenth appearance.
31 year-old Tom Finney (7) netted his fourth brace, the seventh player to do so. He scored his first before Lofthouse, three minutes into the second half, and scored his second nineteen minutes from the end. It was his 47th appearance, breaking his own record of being the most experienced player, so far, to net twice.


167-170 34-37 1953-54           

(2) 10 October 1953, 4-1 vs. Wales, Ninian Park, Cardiff
For the fifth time. the first since 1933, two braces are responsible entirely for England's scoreline, when 27 year-old debutant
Dennis Wilshaw (10) scored with two headers in four minutes either side of half-time.
28 year-old Nat Lofthouse (9) scored his eighth brace, the second player to achieve the feat, the first since 1911, with two more headers in three minutes, between the fiftieth and 52nd minutes, on his seventeenth appearance.
21 October 1953, 4-4 vs. The Rest of the World, Empire Stadium, Wembley
Thirty year-old Jimmy Mullen (11) scored his double in eight minutes either side of half-time. It was his eighth appearance.
11 November 1953, 3-1 vs. Ireland,
Goodison Park, Liverpool
24 year-old
Harold Hassall (10) scored after 22 seconds and completed his double with a header on the hour. It was his fifth and final appearance.

171-172 38-39 1954 World Cup Finals           
(2) 17 June 1954, 4-4 vs. Belgiumᴭᵀ, Estadio Technologico, Monterrey
For the sixth time. two braces are responsible entirely for England's scoreline, However, a series of first's when 31 year old Ivor Broadis (8) scored his first goal with a 7 yard tap-in after 25 minutes and completed his second brace with a right-footed shot eighteen minutes into the second half. Becoming the first player to score a double at a Finals Tournament.
This was followed up with a Nat Lofthouse
(9) double, after first scoring with a header nine minutes before the end of the first half, completed with a volley in the first minute of Extra Time, another first. He becomes the first player to score a ninth brace.

173-175 40-42 1954-55           

10 November 1954, 3-2 vs. Wales, Empire Stadium, Wembley
Thirty year-old Roy Bentley (8) on his ninth appearance, scored two headers within six second half minutes, before going on to score a third goal six minutes later.
(2) 2 April 1955, 7-2 vs. Scotland, Empire Stadium, Wembley
29 year-old Nat Lofthouse (9) scored his tenth double for his country on his 23rd appearance. They both came from his right-foot twenty minutes apart, starting in the seventh minute. His second was his 25th goal, and because of his ten doubles, he becomes the quickest of the three to reach the milestone.
29 year-old
Dennis Wilshaw (10) was making his fourth appearance and scored after forty-five seconds, but he never scored again until the seventieth minute, before going on to score four in the match. The tenth double at the Stadium.


176-182 43-49 1955-56           

(2) 2 October 1955, 5-2 vs. Denmark, Idrætsparken, København
Thirty year-old Nat Lofthouse (9) scored his record-extending eleventh double for his country on his 27th appearance. It took him ten first half minutes, completed four minutes before half-time.
28 year-old
Don Revie (8) scored the first goal of the afternoon from the penalty spot on the 26th minute. His 25-yard shot eight minutes into the second half completed his double for the afternoon. His fourth appearance.
2 November 1955, 3-0 vs. Northern Ireland, Empire Stadium, Wembley
29 year-old Dennis Wilshaw (10) scored in three second half minutes, completing the double with his head in the 55th minute on his ninth appearance.
30 November 1955, 4-1 vs. Spain, Empire Stadium, Wembley
25 year-old South Africaan Bill Perry (11) is the one hundredth different player to score an England brace when he scored a 62nd minute header, having already scored after twelve minutes into his second appearance. The tenth post-war double at the Stadium.
(2)
9 May 1956, 4-2 vs. Brazil, Empire Stadium, Wembley
For the seventh time. two braces are responsible entirely for England's scoreline, when 24 year-old Tommy Taylor
(9) scored his first in the second minute and completed his double with his head 22 minutes into the second half of his seventh appearance, and.

22 year-old debutant Colin Grainger (11) scored his first in the fourth minute and also completed his double, also with his head, six minutes before time, to become the new youngest double goalscorer at the stadium.
20 May 1956, 5-1 vs. Finland, Olympiastadion, Helsinki
44th minute s
ubstitute Nat Lofthouse (no shirt number) scored with two headers in five second half minutes, ending eight minutes before the end of his 31st appearance to become the country's top goalscorer. The first substitute to score a double.


183-188 50-55 1956-57           

28 November 1956, 3-0 vs. Yugoslavia, Empire Stadium, Wembley
The fiftieth post-war brace came from 33rd minute s
ubstitute Tommy Taylor (no shirt number) when he scored with two right-footed close-range strikes in 29 second half minutes, ending two minutes before the end of his twelfth appearance. He is the second substitute to score a double.

(2) 5 December 1956, 5-2 vs. Denmark, Molineux, Wolverhampton
Tommy Taylor
(9) scored the first three of England's five goals on his thirteenth appearance, the first two in the first twenty minutes after first scoring in the second minute. His third brace this calendar year, and fifteenth player to have scored at least three doubles. He will go onto to complete his hattrick in the second half.
20 year-old
Duncan Edwards (10) brace came in three second half minutes with his 77th minute strike deflecting in off the right-back.
(2) 8 May 1957, 5-1 vs. Republic of Ireland, Empire Stadium, Wembley
Now 25 years old, Tommy Taylor (9) scores his fourth England brace, the eighth to do so, with both in seven first half minutes, starting in the tenth minute of his fourteenth appearance. He will go on to score a third within another 23 minutes.
25 year-old
John Atyeo (8) headed the first of his double two minutes before Taylor completed his hattrick, and then squeezed in his second a minute before time was called on his fourth appearance.
15 May 1956, 4-1 vs. Denmark
,
Idrætsparken, København
Tommy Taylor (9) becomes the seventh to score five England braces. After scoring in the 71st minute, Taylor completed his brace with his head four minutes towards the end of his fifteenth appearance.


189-193 56-60 1957-58           

19 October 1957, 3-0 vs. Wales, Ninian Park, Cardiff
23 year-old
Johnny Haynes (10) scored with two twenty-yard shots in either half, six minutes before the first half and nineteen minutes before the end of his fourteenth appearance.

(2) 27 November 1957, 4-0 vs. France, Empire Stadium, Wembley
For the eighth time. two braces are responsible entirely for England's scoreline, when Tommy Taylor (9) scored his sixth England brace, the seventh to do so, within thirty first half minutes, starting with a third minute header and ended with a 33rd minute strike, on his nineteenth and tragically, final appearance.
24 year-old debutant
Bobby Robson (8) scored both his goals an hour apart, both close-range right-footed strikes, complete with six minutes of the match remaining.
19 April 1958, 4-0 vs. Scotland
,
Hampden Park, Glasgow
In the first match following the Munich disaster, 23 year-old
Derek Kevan (9) scored in the 35th and 74th minutes, both with right-footed strikes, on his fourth appearance.
7 May 1958, 2-1 vs. Portugal, Empire Stadium, Wembley
For the eleventh time, the brace is responsible for England's result, when twenty year-old Bobby Charlton (8) scored with two long range shots in each half—24 minutes into the first half and sixteen minutes into the second half of his second appearance. The twentieth brace at the Stadium, and he becomes the youngest to score at the Stadium, until 2020. 


194-198 61-65 1958-59           

4 October 1958, 3-3 vs. Northern Ireland, Windsor Park, Belfast
In Walter Winterbottom's one hundredth England match, the young Bobby Charlton (9) scored with both his feet, the right six minutes before half-time, the first equalising goal, and then with his left, eleven minutes from the end of his third appearance, the third equalising goal.

22 October 1958, 5-0 vs. USSR, Empire Stadium, Wembley
Five days after his birthday, 24 year-old Johnny Haynes (10) scored his first two goals of his three before the seventh minute of the second half of his 26th appearance. He added a third with ten minutes remaining.
26 November 1958, 2-2 vs. Wales, Villa Park, Birmingham
For the twelfth time, the brace is responsible for England's result, when 25 year-old Peter Broadbent (8) scored both equalising goals, after 33 and 72 minutes, of his third appearance.
(2) 28 May 1959, 8-1 vs. United States, Wrigley Field, Los Angeles
24 year-old
Ron Flowers (6) is the first defender to score a double with two long-range shots in the second half, seven minutes and 23 minutes in, on his eighth appearance.
The 21 year-old
Bobby Charlton (11) is the sixteenth player to have scored three braces when he did so nine minutes into the second half and a penalty-kick eight minutes towards the end of his twelfth appearance. With still time to score a third three minutes later.


199-210 66-77 1960-61           

8 October 1960, 5-2 vs. Northern Ireland, Windsor Park, Belfast
After a season of no multiple goalscorers, for the first time since 1921-22, 20 year old Jimmy Greaves (8) scores two goals, three minutes before half-time, and a minute before the end of his eighth appearance.
(3)
19 October 1960, 9-0 vs. Luxembourg,
Stade Municipal, Stad Lëtzebuerg
23 year-old Bobby Charlton (11) scores his fourth England brace, the ninth to do so, before the seventh minute had elapsed on his twentieth appearance. After scoring with his head, he scored with a left-foot drive four minutes earlier. He will add a third an hour later.
27 year-old Bobby Smith (9) scored the fourth and fifth goals of the match. With his head on 22 minutes and with his right foot on 52.
20 year-old
Jimmy Greaves (8) managed to get the scoresheet after sixteen minutes and completed his double with eight minutes remaining of his ninth appearance, with still time to add a third three minutes later. He is the fortieth player to score two England braces.
26 October 1960, 4-2 vs. Spain, Empire Stadium, Wembley
Bobby Smith (9) scores his second brace, the seventieth post-war brace, and the twentieth post-war brace at the Stadium, and secured victory in the process with a 69th minute header and an 82nd minute chip, on his third appearance.
23 November 1960, 5-2 vs. Wales, Empire Stadium, Wembley
Jimmy Greaves (8) scored both the first and last goals of this match, in the second and seventieth minutes of his eleventh appearance. The seventeenth player to score three braces.
(3) 15 April 1961, 9-3 vs. Scotland, Empire Stadium, Wembley
21 year-old Jimmy Greaves (8) scores a fourth brace, the tenth player to achieve it, in his twelfth appearance, in nine first half minutes, starting in the twentieth, and adding a third eight minutes from the end.
26 year-old Johnny Haynes (10) scored his third brace in three second half minutes, competed nine minutes before the end of his 41st appearance. The 25th brace at the stadium.
28 year-old Bobby Smith (9) also scored his third brace, but in ten second half minutes, completing his double five minutes before the end of his fifth appearance.

(2) 10 May 1961, 8-0 vs. Mexico, Empire Stadium, Wembley
Bobby Charlton (11) on his 24th appearance, becomes the eight player to score his fifth England brace, and the 25th post-war brace at Wembley, when he did so after scoring in the twelfth and 62nd minutes, before adding a third nine minutes later.
26 year-old
Bryan Douglas (7) celebrated his twentieth appearance by becoming the latest player to score a brace. His first goal came a minute before half-time and his second came five minutes before full time.
24 May 1961, 3-2 vs. Italy, Stadio Olimpico, Roma
26 year old Gerry Hitchens (9) scores his first brace with a goal in each half of his second appearance. Seven before half time and five minutes before the end of the match.


211-212 78-79 1961-62           

28 September 1961, 4-1 vs. Luxembourg, Arsenal Stadium, Highbury
Bobby Charlton (11) again becomes the eighth player to score six England braces, scoring on the stroke of half-time and 78 minutes into his 28th appearance.

20 May 1962, 4-0 vs. Peru, Éstadio Nacional, Lima
22 year-old Jimmy Greaves (8) completed his fifth brace, the ninth player to do so, in the 39th minute, having scored fourteen minutes earlier. He added a third two minutes later, on his eighteenth appearance.


213-217 80-84 1962-63           

20 October 1962, 3-1 vs. Northern Ireland, Windsor Park, Belfast
20 year old debutant Mick O'Grady (11) scored in three second half minutes-time, ending in the 73rd minute.

21 November 1962, 4-0 vs. Wales, Empire Stadium, Wembley
25 year old Alan Peacock (9) scored in each half of his fourth appearance, also Winterbottom's final match.

29 May 1963, 4-2 vs. Czechoslovakia, Tehelné pole, Bratislava
23 year-old Jimmy Greaves (8) completed his sixth brace, the ninth player to do so, with a goal in each half of his 29th appearance.
(2) 5 June 1963, 8-1 vs. Switzerland, Sankt-Jakob Stadium, Basel
24 year-old Johnny Byrne (9) completed the first of the two braces two minutes into the second half, after he himself first scored in the thirtieth minute of his second appearance.
then 25 year-old Bobby Charlton (11), who had scored his first after twenty minutes, completed his seventh brace, the fifth to do so, on the hour. Ending the match with a third two minutes from time.


218-225 85-92 1963-64           

12 October 1963, 4-0 vs. Wales, Ninian Park, Cardiff
30 year-old Bobby Smith (9) scores his fourth brace with a goal in each half of his thirteenth appearance.
(2)
20 November 1963, 8-3 vs. Northern Ireland, Empire Stadium, Wembley
Jimmy Greaves (8) scores a seventh brace after half an hours play, having already scored ten minutes earlier. He will go on to score a third, then a fourth, in the second half of his 33rd appearance. The thirtieth brace at Wembley.
24 year-old
Terry Paine
(7) began his goalscoring in the second minute and added another eight minutes before half time. He will add a third sixteen minutes into the second half of his fifth appearance.
6 May 1964, 2-1 vs. Uruguay, Empire Stadium, Wembley
For the thirteenth time, the brace is responsible for England's result, when Johnny Byrne (9) completes his double two minutes either side of half-time on his fourth appearance. The thirtieth post-war brace at the Stadium
17 May 1964, 4-3 vs. Portugal, Estadio Nacional, Lisboa
Johnny Byrne (9) scores his third brace, the twentieth player to do so, with a goal either side of half-time on his fifth appearance, before going on to add a third with two minutes remaining.
(3) 27 May 1964, 10-0 vs. United States, Downing Stadium, New York City
25 year-old Roger Hunt (8) started the scoring in the fourth minute, and added his second eighteen minutes later. He will go on to add a third, and then a fourth, in the second half of his fourth appearance.
23 year-old debutant Fred Pickering (9) scored his first, and England's second, a minute after Hunt's first, before adding a second two minutes into the second half. He added a third on 74 minutes.
25 year-old Terry Paine (7) scored his first four minutes into the second half and added another in the 68th minute of his eighth appearance.


226-227 93-94 1964-65           

3 October 1964, 4-3 vs. Northern Ireland, Windsor Park, Belfast
24 year-old Jimmy Greaves (8) becomes the sixth player to score seven braces when he scored in the twelfth minute and again four minutes later, before going on to score another hattrick eleven minutes later on his fortieth appearance.
18 November 1964, 2-1 vs. Wales, Empire Stadium, Wembley
For the fourteenth time, the brace is responsible for England's result, when 25 year-old debutant Frank Wignall (9) completed his double when he scored a quarter-of-an-hour into each half.


228-229 95-96 1965-66           

2 April 1966, 4-3 vs. Scotland, Hampden Park, Glasgow
27 year-old
Roger Hunt (8) scored in the 26th and 47th minutes, both cross-shots, on his tenth appearance.

29 June 1966, 6-1 vs. Norway, Ullevål Stadion, Oslo
26 year-old top scorer Jimmy Greaves
(8) set England on their way when he scored in the twentieth minute and then became the third player to score eight braces when he added a second goal two minutes later. He all add a third before half-time and a fourth in the second half of his 49th appearance, a new most-experienced record.

230-232 97-99 1966 World Cup Finals           
20 July 1966, 2-0 vs. France, Empire Stadium, Wembley
For the fifteenth time, the brace is responsible for England's result, when Roger Hunt
(21) scores in each half of his sixteenth appearance. Hunt was also celebrating his 28th birthday, becoming the first to score a birthday double since 1888.
 26 July 1966, 2-1 vs. Portugal, Empire Stadium, Wembley
For the sixteenth time, the brace is responsible for England's result, when 28 year-old Bobby Charlton
(9) scores in each half of his 73rd appearance, the most experienced. The fourth player to score eight braces.
30 July 1966, 4-2 vs. West Germanyᴭᵀ, Empire Stadium, Wembley
24 year-old Geoff Hurst
(10) scored with a header in the nineteenth minute and then scored 'that goal; after 101 minutes, before going on to score a third at the end of his eighth appearance. The second player to complete his double thanks to 'extra time'.

233 100 1966-67           
16 November 1966, 5-1 vs. Wales, Empire Stadium, Wembley
Geoff Hurst
(10) took just four minutes to score the 100th post-war brace, starting in the thirtieth minute of his eleventh appearance, 35 of them at the Stadium.

234-236 101-103 1968-69           

12 March 1969, 5-0 vs. France, Empire Stadium, Wembley
27 year-old Geoff Hurst
(10) scores the first brace for nearly 2½ years with a penalty-kick three minutes into the second half of his 25th appearance, and completed a minute later with a lob. He will go onto to score with another penalty-kick with ten minutes remaining.
(2) 10 May 1969, 4-1 vs. Scotland, Empire Stadium, Wembley
For the ninth time. two braces are responsible entirely for England's scoreline, when Geoff Hurst (10) scored his fourth brace with a sixtieth minute penalty kick into his 27th appearance, having scored forty minutes earlier.
25 year-old Martin Peters (10) scored in each half of his 26th appearance. The fortieth brace at Wembley.


237-238 104-105 1969-70           

25 February 1970, 3-1 vs. Belgium, Stade Émile Versé, Bruxelles
25 year-old Alan Ball (10) scored in each half of his 26th appearance.
20 May 1970, 4-0 vs. Colombia, Estadio Nemesio Camacho, Bogotá
26 year-old Martin Peters (28) scored after ninety seconds, and then six minutes before the end of the first half of his 37th appearance.


239-240 106-107 1970-71           

12 May 1971, 5-0 vs. Malta, Empire Stadium, Wembley
26 year-old Martin Chivers (9) scored in the first minute of each half of his third appearance.
22 May 1971, 3-1 vs. Scotland, Empire Stadium, Wembley
Martin Chivers (9) scored a 29th minute strike from twenty yards, and then with a lob four minutes before the end of the first half of his fifth appearance. The fortieth post-war brace at the Stadium.


241-242 108-109 1972-73           

14 February 1973, 5-0 vs. Scotland, Hampden Park, Glasgow
26 year-old
Allan Clarke (8) scored in each half of his seventh appearance.

12 May 1973, 2-1 vs. Northern Ireland, Goodison Park, Liverpool
For the seventeenth time, the brace is responsible for England's result, when 28 year-old  Martin Chivers (9) scored in the ninth minute of the first half and with nine minutes to go in the second half of this away match.


243-244 110-111 1973-74           

(2) 26 September 1973, 7-0 vs. Austria, Empire Stadium, Wembley
27 year-old Allan Clarke (10) scored two goals in fifteen first half minutes of his fourteenth appearance.
24 year-old
Mick Channon (8) scored a goal in each half of his ninth appearance.


245-248 112-115 1974-75           

30 October 1974, 3-0 vs. Czechoslovakia, Wembley Stadium, Wembley
28 year-old Colin Bell (7) scored in three second half minutes, ending with a header with nine minutes of his fortieth appearance left.
16 April 1975, 5-0 vs. Cyprus, Wembley Stadium, Wembley
25 year-old Malcolm Macdonald (9) began his goalscoring after three minutes and completed his double on 32 minutes. He added a third, a fourth, and then a fifth in the second half of his ninth appearance
21 May 1975, 2-2 vs. Wales, Wembley Stadium, Wembley
For the eighteenth time, the brace is responsible for England's result when 23 year-old debutant David Johnson (9) scored a goal in each half.
24 May 1975, 5-1 vs. Scotland, Wembley Stadium, Wembley
23 year-old Gerry Francis (10) scored a goal in each half of his fourth appearance


249-251 116-118 1975-76           

11 May 1976, 4-0 vs. Northern Ireland, Wembley Stadium, Wembley
27 year-old Mick Channon (8) scored a penalty kick nine minutes before the end of the first half, and added a second goal with fifteen minutes remaining of his 32nd appearance.

28 May 1976, 3-2 vs. Italy, Yankee Stadium, New York City
England's 250th brace comes from their captain Mick Channon (8) when, at 2-0 down, he started the come back thirty seconds into the second half and he added a second seven minutes later in what turned out to be the winning goal on his 35th appearance. First captain to score two since 1911.

13 June 1976, 4-1 vs. Finland, Olympiastadion, Helsinki
25 year-old Kevin Keegan (7) scored a goal in each half fifteen minutes before and after the half time break of his 27th appearance.


252 119 1976-77           

30 March 1977, 4-0 vs. Luxembourg, Wembley Stadium, Wembley
28 year-old Mick Channon (8) scored in the 69th minute and then a penalty-kick nine minutes before the end of his 39th appearance. It is the fiftieth brace scored by England at the Twin Towers.


253-254 120-121 1978-79           

20 September 1978, 4-3 vs. Denmark, Idrætsparken, København
27 year-old Kevin Keegan (7) scored in five first half minutes from the seventeenth minute of his 38th appearance.

7 February 1979, 4-0 vs. Northern Ireland, Wembley Stadium, Wembley
28 year-old Bob Latchford (9) scored with a header 32 seconds into the second half and followed that with a volley just after the hour mark of his seventh appearance.


255-258 122-125 1979-80           

(2) 17 October 1979, 5-1 vs. Northern Ireland, Windsor Park, Belfast
25 year-old Trevor Francis (9) scored in each half of his sixteenth appearance, starting in the eighteenth minute, completed in the 62nd minute.

23 year-old Tony Woodcock (11) also scored in each half, starting in the 33rd minute and ended with a seventieth minute header on his sixth appearance.
6 February 1980, 2-0 vs. Republic of Ireland, Wembley Stadium, Wembley
For the nineteenth time, the brace is responsible for England's result when 28 year-old captain Kevin Keegan (9) scored his third brace, the 25th player to do so, with a goal in each half of his 49th appearance (=most-experienced), and the fiftieth post-war brace scored at the Stadium.

13 May 1980, 3-1 vs. Argentina, Wembley Stadium, Wembley
28 year-old David Johnson (9) scored five minutes either side of the half-time break of his fifth appearance. The first player to score a brace and be substituted, but the fiftieth player to score two England braces.


259-260 126-127 1980-81           

10 September 1980, 4-0 vs. Norway, Wembley Stadium, Wembley
28 year-old Terry McDermott (8) scored a goal in each half of his thirteenth appearance.
6 June 1981, 3-1 vs. Hungary, Népstadion, Budapest
32 year-old Trevor Brooking (10) also scored a goal in each half of his 43rd appearance, and became the second player to score a brace and then be replaced.


261-262 128-129 1981-82           

(2) 3 June 1982, 4-1 vs. Finland, Olympyastadion, Helsinki
For the tenth time. two braces are responsible entirely for England's scoreline, when 25 year-old Bryan Robson (6) scored a goal in each half of his nineteenth appearance, and became the third player to score a brace and then be replaced.
29 year-old Paul Mariner (9) also scored a goal in each half of his 21st appearance.

263 130 1982 World Cup Finals           
16 June 1982, 3-1 vs. France, Estadio San Mamés, Bilbao
For the first time since the successful World Cup Final in 1966, an England player scores more than one goal at a Major Tournament, when Bryan Robson (16), scores a goal in each half, the first after 27 seconds, the second, 22 minutes into the second half of his twentieth appearance.

264-266 131-133 1982-83           

22 September 1982, 2-2 vs. Denmark, Idrætsparken, København
For the twentieth time, the brace is responsible for England's result when 28 year-old Trevor Francis (10) scored in both halves, eight minutes from the start and eight minutes from the finish of his 33rd appearance.

17 November 1982, 3-0 vs. Greece, Kaftanzoglio Stadio, Thessalonica
26 year-old Tony Woodcock (10) scored in both halves, two minutes from the start and 26 minutes from the end of his 26th appearance.

15 December 1982, 9-0 vs. Luxembourg, Wembley Stadium, Wembley
24 year-old Luther Blissett (10) makes his first start for his country, his second appearance. He is the first BME player to score, when he did so just before half-time, and therefore, the first to score two, when he added another just after the hour, before going on to be the first to score a third, four minutes from the end.


267 134 1983-84           

16 November 1983, 4-0 vs. Luxembourg, Stade Municipal, Stad Lëtzebuerg
26 year-old captain Bryan Robson (7) scored a goal in each half of his 29th appearance.


268-274 135-141 1984-85           

17 October 1984, 5-0 vs. Finland, Wembley Stadium, Wembley
22 year-old Mark Hateley (9) scored a goal in each half of his sixth appearance.
 
(3)
14 November 1984, 8-0 vs. Turkey, Inönü Stadyumu, İstanbul
27 year-old captain Bryan Robson (7) completed his fourth brace a minute before half-time of his 39th appearance, before going on to add a third in the second half.
21 year old John Barnes (11) scored in six second half minutes, starting in the second minute, becoming the second BME player to score a brace.
28 year-old Tony Woodcock (10) scored in both halves of his 38th appearance, before becoming the fourth player to be replaced after scoring a brace.
12 June 1985, 3-0 vs. West Germany, Estadio Azteca, ciudad de México
23 year-old Kerry Dixon (9) scored his brace in thirteen second half minutes, starting nine minutes into the second half of his second appearance.
(2) 16 June 1985, 5-0 vs. United States, The Coliseum, Los Angeles
24 year-old Gary Lineker (10) scored thirteen minutes in, and then completed his first double two minutes into the second half of his seventh appearance.
Kerry Dixon (9) scored his brace in each half of his third appearance.


275-277 142-144 1985-86           

16 October 1985, 5-0 vs. Turkey, Wembley Stadium, Wembley
Gary Lineker (10) completed his brace one minute before half-time on his ninth appearance, before going on to score a third ten minutes into the second half.
 26 February 1986, 2-1 vs. Israel, The National Stadium, Ramat Gan
For the 21st time, the brace is responsible for England's result when 29 year-old captain Bryan Robson (7) completed his fifth brace, the tenth player to do so, with an 85th minute penalty kick after scoring seven minutes into the second half of his fiftieth appearance, a new most-experienced record.
17 May 1986, 3-0 vs. Mexico, The Coliseum, Los Angeles
24 year-old Mark Hateley (9) scored two goals in eight first half minutes ending thirty minutes in of his seventh appearance, before becoming the fifth player to score a brace and then be replaced.

278-279 145-146 1986 World Cup Finals           
11 June 1986, 3-0 vs. Poland, Estadio Technologico, Monterrey
25 years old Gary Lineker
(10) scored in six first half minutes, beginning in the eighth minute of his sixteenth appearance, before becoming the sixth player to score and be replaced.
18 June 1986, 3-0 vs. Paraguay, Estadio Azteca, ciudad de México
Gary Lineker
(10) scores his fourth brace, the fifteenth to do so, with a goal in each half. 32 minutes into the first half and 28 minutes into the second half of his seventeenth appearance.

280-281 147-148 1986-87           

15 October 1986, 4-0 vs. Northern Ireland, Wembley Stadium, Wembley
Gary Lineker (10) scores after 33 minutes and completes his fifth brace, the eleventh to do so, with nine minutes remaining of his nineteenth appearance.

18 February 1987, 4-2 vs. Spain, Estadio Santiago Bernabéu, Madrid
26 year-old
Gary Lineker (10) completes his sixth brace, the tenth to do so, in four minutes, starting in the 24th minute of his 21st appearance. He added a third a minute into the second half and a fourth just before the hour.


282-283 149-150 1987-88           

(2) 14 October 1987, 8-0 vs. Turkey, Wembley Stadium, Wembley
23 year old John Barnes (11) scored after 62 seconds before adding another after 28 minutes, the first BME player to score two braces.
Gary Lineker (10) becomes the seventh player to score his seven braces when he did so three minutes before half time of his 26th appearance, having already scored after eight minutes. He will add a third in the second half.


284 151 1988-89           

26 April 1989, 5-0 vs. Albania, Wembley Stadium, Wembley
28 year-old
Peter Beardsley (9) scores a goal in each half to register the only brace of the season, on his 32nd appearance.


285-286 152-153 1989-90           

13 December 1989, 2-1 vs. Yugoslavia, Wembley Stadium, Wembley
For the 22nd time, the brace is responsible for England's result when 32 year-old captain
Bryan Robson (7) scored after 38 seconds and then after 68 minutes to register his sixth brace on his 82nd appearance, extending his own most-experienced record, before becoming the seventh player to score and be replaced. Wembley's new oldest bracer.

25 April 1990, 4-2 vs. Czechoslovakia, Wembley Stadium, Wembley
25 year-old
Steve Bull (9) scores a goal in each half of his fourth appearance.

287 154 1990 World Cup Finals           
1 July 1990, 3-2 vs. Cameroonᴭᵀ, Stadio San Paolo, Napoli
29 year-old Gary Lineker
(10) scored with a penalty-kick seven minutes from time, and then with another penalty kick sixteen minutes in extra-time of his 56th appearance. His eighth brace, the fifth player to do so, is the first ever to come from two penalty-kicks only. His third Major Tournament brace. The third to be completed in extra-time.

288-290 155-157 1990-91           

6 February 1991, 2-0 vs. Cameroon, Wembley Stadium, Wembley
For the 23rd time, the brace is responsible for England's result when 30 year-old captain Gary Lineker
(10) scored another penalty-kick against Cameroon after twenty minutes and then added another goal on 62 minutes to register his ninth brace, only the second player to achieve that number, on his 62nd appearance.

21 May 1991, 3-1 vs. USSR, Wembley Stadium, Wembley
24 year-old
David Platt (7) scored with a penalty kick a minute before half time and completed his first double with a goal two minutes from the end of his seventeenth appearance.

12 June 1991, 4-2 vs. Malaysia, Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur
30 year-old
Gary Lineker (10) scored after 42 seconds with his left foot and completed his tenth England brace 22 minutes later with his right foot. He added a third and a fourth on his 68th appearance.


291 158 1991-92           

3 June 1992, 2-1 vs. FInland, Olympiastadion, Helsinki
For the 24th time, the brace is responsible for England's result when 25 year-old
David Platt (7) scored on the stroke of half time and again seventeen minutes into the second half of his 29th appearance.


292-293 159-160 1992-93           

18 November 1992, 4-0 vs. Turkey, Wembley Stadium, Wembley
25 year-old  
Paul Gascoigne (8) scored sixteen minutes into the first half and seventeen minutes in to the second half of his 22nd appearance.

17 February 1993, 6-0 vs. San Marino, Wembley Stadium, Wembley
26 year-old captain
David Platt (7) scored after thirteen minutes and again after 24 on his 36th appearance to secure his third brace. He added a third, and then a fourth goal before the end.


294-296 161-163 1993-94           

(2) 17 November 1993, 7-1 vs. San Marino, Stadio Renato Dall' Ara, Bologna
30 year-old Ian Wright (8) scored eleven minutes before the break and secured his brace, the third BME player to do so, a minute into the second half. He went on to add a third and a fourth goal in the last twelve minutes of his sixteenth appearance.
26 year-old
Paul Ince (11) scores a goal in each half of his twelfth appearance, and becomes the fourth BME player to do so.
17 May 1994, 5-0 vs. Greece, Wembley Stadium, Wembley
27 year-old captain
David Platt (7) scored a penalty kick on the stroke of half-time and added another goal ten minutes into the second half of his 47th appearance.


297 164 1994-95           

7 September 1994, 2-0 vs. United States, Wembley Stadium, Wembley
For the 25th time, the brace is responsible for England's result when 24 year-old
Alan Shearer (9) scores in seven first half minutes, ending six minutes before the break. He is the 150th different known player to score a brace, before becoming the eighth player to score and be replaced.


298-299 165-166 1995-96           

18 May 1996, 3-0 vs. Hungary, Wembley Stadium, Wembley
24 year-old
Darren Anderton (11) scored a goal in each half of his tenth appearance.
23 May 1996, 3-0 vs. China, Workers' Stadium, Beijing
22 year-old
Nicky Barmby (7) scored a goal in each half of his sixth appearance, before becoming the ninth player to score and be replaced.

300-301 167-168 1996 European Championship Finals           
(2) 18 June 1996, 4-2 vs. Netherlands, Wembley Stadium, Wembley
For the eleventh time. two braces are responsible entirely for England's scoreline, 25 year-old captain Alan Shearer
(9) scored with a penalty kick after 23 minutes and a twelve yard strike twelve minutes into the second half, to score England's 300th brace, on his 26th appearance, before becoming the tenth player to score and be replaced.
Thirty year old
Teddy Sheringham (10) had already scored his first, five minutes into the second half, before adding England's fourth and final goal, five minutes after Shearer had completed his brace, on his eighteenth appearance, before then becoming the eleventh player to score and be replaced 25 seconds later.

302 169 1996-97           

9 October 1996, 2-1 vs. Poland, Wembley Stadium, Wembley
For the 26th time, the brace is responsible for England's result when 26 year-old captain Alan Shearer (9) scores in thirteen first half minutes, ending seven minutes before the break of his thirtieth appearance. He is the thirtieth player to score three braces.


303-304 170-171 1997-98           

10 September 1997, 4-0 vs. Moldova, Wembley Stadium, Wembley
33 year-old
Ian Wright (10) scored his second double in the second half of his 28th appearance, 57 seconds in, and moments before the full-time whistle. He is the second BME player to score two braces.
22 April 1998, 3-0 vs. Portugal, Wembley Stadium, Wembley
27 year-old captain Alan Shearer (9) scored a goal in each half of his 38th appearance, starting in the fifth minute.


305 172 1998-99           

27 March 1999, 3-0 vs. Poland, Wembley Stadium, Wembley
24 year-old
Paul Scholes (8) scored in ten first half minutes of his sixteenth appearance starting in the eleventh minute, before scoring a third in the second half and then becoming the twelfth player to score and be replaced. The 75th brace scored at Wembley


306-308 173-175 1999-2000           

(2) 4 September 1999, 6-0 vs. Luxembourg, Wembley Stadium, Wembley
29 year-old captain
Alan Shearer (9) scores a twelfth minute penalty kick and added a second goal sixteen minutes later to become the twelfth player to score five England braces, and the 75th post-war brace at Wembley. He will go on to add a third goal in another six minutes of his 52nd appearance.
27 year-old Steve McManaman (11) scored in fourteen first half minutes of his 25th appearance ending in the minute before half time. The 77th (75th post-war) & final brace at the original Wembley Stadium.
13 November 1999, 2-0 vs. Scotland, Hampden Park, Glasgow
For the 27th time, the brace is responsible for England's result when
Paul Scholes (8) scored in 21 first half minutes of his sixteenth appearance starting in the 21st minute.


309 176 2001-02           

1 September 2001, 5-1 vs. Germany, Olympiastadion, München
21 year-old
Michael Owen (10) scored in the twelfth minute and added a second three minutes into the second half, before adding a third eighteen minutes later on his 31st appearance.


310 177 2002-03           

11 June 2003, 2-1 vs. Slovakia, Riverside Stadium, Middlesbrough
For the 28th time, the brace is responsible for England's result when
23 year-old captain
Michael Owen (10) scored from a 62nd minute penalty kick and then added a second, a header, eleven minutes later into his fiftieth appearance.

311-312 178-179 2003-04           

(2) 5 June 2004, 6-1 vs. Iceland, City of Manchester Stadium, Manchester
18 year-old
Wayne Rooney (9) scored from two shots in eleven first half minutes ending seven minutes before half-time into his thirteenth appearance to become the youngest to score a brace and then becoming the thirteenth player to score and be replaced.
23 year-old substitute Darius Vassell (23) scored twice, twenty minutes apart, ending thirteen minutes from the full-time whistle of his eighteenth appearance, the fifth BME player to score a brace. He is the third substitute to score a double, the first since 1956.

313 180 2004 European Championship Finals           
21 June 2004, 4-2 vs. Croatia, Estádio do SL Benfica, Lisboa
Already a record holder Wayne Rooney
(9) becomes the youngest to score a brace at a Major Tournament. His first, on the stroke of half-time, was followed up 23 minutes into the second half of his sixteenth appearance before becoming the fourteenth player to score and then be replaced.

314-315 181-182 2004-05           

28 May 2005, 2-1 vs. United States, Soldier Field, Chicago
For the 29th time, the brace is responsible for England's result when 20 year-old debutant Kieran Richardson (8) scores in forty first half minutes, beginning with a fourth-minute free-kick and ending with a 12 yard shot before becoming the fifteenth player to score and then be replaced. He becomes the sixth BME player to score a brace.
31 May 2005, 3-2 vs. Colombia, Giants Stadium, New Jersey
25 year-old Michael Owen (10) scores in eight first-half minutes, starting with a 36th minute lob and ending with a 16 yard shot a minute before half time, before adding a third in the second half of his seventieth appearance, then becoming the sixteenth player to score and then be replaced.


316-317 183-184 2005-06           

12 November 2005, 3-2 vs. Argentina, Stade de Genève, Genève
Michael Owen (10) turned the match on his head when he scored twice in the last five minutes of his 75th appearance.
3 June 2006, 6-1 vs. Jamaica, Old Trafford, Manchester
25 year-old Peter Crouch (9) scored a goal in each half of his seventh appearance, before going on to score a third after missing a penalty-kick.


318-321 185-188 2006-07           

16 August 2006, 4-0 vs. Greece, Old Trafford, Manchester
Peter Crouch (10) scored in seven first half minute, starting with a 35th minute tap-in and ended with a header three minutes before half-time on his his twelfth appearance.
(2)
2 September 2006, 5-0 vs. Andorra, Old Trafford, Manchester
23 year-old Jermain Defoe (10) scored a goal in each half, starting with a 38th minute volley followed by a strike two minutes into the second half of his eighteenth appearance, the 100th post-war brace at home, then becoming the seventeenth player to score and then be replaced. He becomes the seventh BME player to score a brace.
Peter Crouch (9) also scored a goal in each half of his thirteenth appearance, beginning with a twenty yard shot after five minutes and completed with a 66th minute header.
28 March 2007, 3-0 vs. Andorra, Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys, Barcelona
26 year-old Steven Gerrard (4) scored in 22 second half minutes, starting with a 54th minute seventeen yard strike and then a 76th minute shot, on his 55th appearance.


322-323 189-190 2007-08           

12 September 2007, 3-0 vs. Russia, The National Stadium, Wembley
The first brace at the new National Stadium comes from Michael Owen (10) when he scored in 24 first half minutes starting with a seventh minute shot and ending with a 31st minute volley on his 85th appearance, a new most-experienced record, and then became the eighteenth player to then be replaced.
1 June 2008, 3-0 vs. Trinidad & Tobago, Hasely Crawford Stadium, Port of Spain
25 year-old Jermain Defoe (11) scored a goal in each half, starting with a sixteenth minute shot followed by a half volley four minutes into the second half of his 28th appearance, then becoming the nineteenth player to score and then be replaced. He becomes the third BME player to score two England braces.


324-330 191-197 2008-09           

6 September 2008, 3-0 vs. Andorra, Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys, Barcelona
26 year-old half-time substitute Joe Cole (18) scored in six second half minutes, starting with a 49th minute volley and followed up with a poke in, on his 52nd appearance. The fourth substitute to score a brace.
10 September 2008, 5-1 vs. Croatia, Stadion Maksimir, Zagreb
19 year-old
Theo Walcott (7) scores his brace in each half, starting with a 26th minute shot from ten yards, and then using the whole twelve yards in the 59th minute to complete his double on his fourth appearance. He becomes the eighth BME player to score a brace, before going on to add a third to become the youngest hatrician, then becoming the twentieth player to score and then be replaced.
11 October 2008, 5-1 vs. Kazakhstan, The National Stadium, Wembley
22
year-old Wayne Rooney (10) scored in ten second half minutes starting with a 76th minute header and ending with an 86th minute tap-in on his 47th appearance, and he then became the 21st player to then be
replaced.
15 October 2008, 3-1 vs. Belarus, Dinamo Stadion, Minsk
 Wayne Rooney (10) scored in 24 second half minutes starting with a fiftieth minute tap-in and ending with a 76th minute chip on his 48th appearance, and then became the 22nd player to then be replaced.

28 March 2009, 4-0 vs. Slovakia, The National Stadium, Wembley
For his third consecutive match, now 23
year old Wayne Rooney (10) scores in 22 second half minutes starting with a seventieth minute header and ending two minutes into injury time with a short-range shot on his 49th appearance.

(2) 10 June 2009, 6-0 vs. Andorra, The National Stadium, Wembley
Wayne Rooney (10) scored in 35 first half minutes starting with a fourth minute header and ending with a volley on his 52nd appearance, and then became the 23rd player to then be replaced, at half-time by...
26 year-old substitute Jermain Defoe (17) scored in three second half minutes, starting with a 73rd minute header followed by a tap-in on his 34th appearance, then becoming the fifth substitute to score a brace and the first BME player to score three England braces. 


331-335 198-202 2009-10           

12 August 2009, 2-2 vs. Netherlands, Amsterdam Arena, Amsterdam
For the thirtieth time, the brace is responsible for England's result when substitute Jermain Defoe (19) scored in 28 second half minutes, starting with a 49th minute curling shot followed by a tap-in on his 35th appearance, then becoming the sixth substitute to score a brace - then first to so on two separate occasions - and the first BME player to score four England braces, the twentieth overall. 
(2) 9 September 2009, 5-1 vs. Croatia, The National Stadium, Wembley
31 year-old
Frank Lampard (8) scores his brace in each half, starting with a seventh minute penalty kick, and then a 74th minute header on his fourth appearance.
The 200th post-war brace comes from 29 year-old Steven Gerrard (4) who also scored in both halves, both from his head, starting in the eighteenth minute header and ending in the 67th minute tap-in on his 76th appearance, and he then became the 24th player to then be replaced.
14 October 2009, 3-0 vs. Belarus, The National Stadium, Wembley
 28 year-old Peter Crouch (9) scored a goal in each half, both close-range tap-ins, in the fourth and 75th minutes tap-in of his 35th appearance.

3 March 2010, 3-1 vs. Egypt, The National Stadium, Wembley
 29 year-old substitute Peter Crouch (20) scored in 24 second half minutes, again, both tap-ins, in the 56th and eightieth minutes of his 37th appearance, becoming the seventh substitute to score a brace. The fifteenth to score five overall.


336-337 203-204 2010-11           

11 August 2010, 2-1 vs. Hungary, The National Stadium, Wembley
For the 31st time, the brace is responsible for England's result when
thirty year-old captain Steven Gerrard (4) scored in four second half minutes, starting with a 69th minute 25-yard strike and then a poke-in on his 85th appearance, and he then became the 25th player to then be replaced.
3 September 2010, 4-0 vs. Bulgaria, The National Stadium, Wembley
27 year-old
Jermain Defoe (9) scored a brace in each half of his 44th appearance, starting with a fourth minute volley and a shot on the hour before adding a third four minutes from time, the first BME player to score five braces, and still time to become the 26th player to then be replaced.


338 205 2011-12           

2 September 2011, 3-0 vs. Bulgaria, Natsionalen Stadion Vasil Levski, Sofija
25
year-old Wayne Rooney (10) scored in 25 first half minutes starting with a 21st minute header and ending with a tap-in on the stroke of half-time of his 71st appearance. The eighth player to score seven England braces
.


339-342 206-209 2012-13           

7 September 2012, 5-0 vs. Moldova, Zimbru Stadium, Chişinău
34
year-old Frank Lampard (8) scored in 26 first half minutes, starting with a third minute penalty kick and then a 29th minute header on his 92nd appearance, becoming the most experienced bracer, as well as the new oldest.
(2) 12 October 2012, 5-0 vs. San Marino, The National Stadium, Wembley
26 year-old captain Wayne Rooney (10) scored a goal in each half starting with a 35th minute penalty-kick and ending with an eighteen yard strike after the seventieth minute of his 77th appearance. The sixth player to score eight England braces, and he then became the 27th player to then be replaced.
21 year-old Danny Welbeck (9) also scored a brace in each half of his twelfth appearance, both two minutes after Rooney's, a 37th minute backheel followed by a 72nd minute poke. He becomes the ninth BME player to score a brace.
22 March 2013, 8-0 vs. San Marino, Stadio Olimpico, Serravalle
Thirty year-old
Jermain Defoe (9) scored a brace in each half of his 53rd appearance, starting with a 35th minute tap-in and a backheel thirteen minutes from time, the first BME player to score six braces.


343 210 2013-14           

6 September 2013, 4-0 vs. Moldova, The National Stadium, Wembley
22 year-old Danny Welbeck (9) scored a brace in each half of his eighteenth appearance, the first, into first half injury time was slotted home from six yards, 78 seconds after he was cautioned for dissent and suspended from the next qualification match, the second came five minutes into the second half, a six yard shot. He becomes the fourth BME player to score two braces.


344-347 211-214 2014-15           

8 September 2014, 2-0 vs. Switzerland, Sankt Jakob Park, Basel
For the 32nd time, the brace is responsible for England's result when 23 year-old Danny Welbeck (9) scored in 36 second half minutes of his 28fth appearance, parried in from seven yards after 58 minutes and a twelve yard strike in injury time. He becomes the second BME player to score three braces.
15 November 2014, 3-1 vs. Slovenia, The National Stadium, Wembley
Danny Welbeck (9) scored his brace in six second half minutes, after a 68th minute downward volley, he scored with a six yard shot to become the second BME player to score four braces, on his 31st appearance.
18 November 2014, 3-1 vs. Scotland, Celtic Park, Glasgow
29 year-old captain Wayne Rooney (10) scored two second half goals in 38 minutes starting with a header two minutes in and a shot with five minutes remaining of his 101st appearance. The first centurion to score a brace, a new most-experienced record. The third player to score nine England braces.
14 June 2015, 3-2 vs. Slovenia, Stadion Stožice, Ljubljana
23 year-old
Jack Wilshere (7) scored a brace in sixteen second half minutes of his 53rd appearance, both right-footed long range strikes in the 57th and 73rd minutes.


348 215 2015-16           

5 September 2015, 6-0 vs. San Marino, San Marino Stadium, Serravalle
26 year-old substitute Theo Walcott (14) scores his brace in ten second half minutes, starting with a 68th minute tap-in, and followed up with a seven yard shot on his 41st appearance. He becomes the fifth BME player to score two braces, and the eighth substitute.


349 216 2016-17           

13 June 2017, 2-3 vs. France, Stade de France, Saint-Denis
For the 33rd time, the brace is responsible for England's result when 23 year-old captain Harry Kane (9) scores his brace in each half 39 minutes apart, starting with an ninth minute tap-in, and followed up with a penalty kick three minutes into the second half on his nineteenth appearance. It is also only the third time where a brace is scored and a defeat is the result, first since 1929.


350 217 2017-18           

1 September 2017, 4-0 vs. Malta, Stadium Nazzjonali, Ħ'Attard
24 year-old Harry Kane (9) scores the 350th England brace in 39 second half minutes, both eight yard right footed shots, in the 53rd minute and two minutes into injury time at the end of his twentieth appearance.

351-353 218-220 2018 World Cup Finals           
18 June 2018, 2-1 vs. Tunisia, Volgograd Arena, Volgograd
For the 34th time, the brace is responsible for England's result when captain Harry Kane (9) scored in each half of his 25th appearance, with an eleventh minute three yard volley and an injury time winning header.
(2)
24 June 2018, 6-1 vs. Panama
, Stadion Nizhny Novgorod, Nizhny Novgorod
24 year-old John Stones (5) becomes the first defender to score an England brace since Ron Flowers in 1959 with two headers 32 minutes apart starting in the eighth minute of his 28th appearance.
captain Harry Kane (9) also scored a brace in the first half, both from the penalty spot, in the 22nd and 45th minutes. He will go on to add a third goal in the second half of his 26th appearance, and then become the 28th player to then be replaced.

354-356 221-223 2018-19           

15 October 2018, 3-2 vs. Spain, Estádio Benito Villamarín, Sevilla
23 year old Raheem Sterling (10) scored in 22 first half minutes of his 46th appearance, starting with a sixteenth minute strike and ended with a four yard tap-in, the tenth BME player to score a brace.

22 March 2019, 5-0 vs. Czech Republic, The National Stadium, Wembley
Now 24 year-old Raheem Sterling (11) scored his brace in each half, starting with a 24th minute four yard tap-in, followed up seventeen minutes into the second half with a twelve yard strike on his 48th appearance. He becomes the sixth BME player to score two braces, the seventieth overall. He added a third goal six minutes later, and then become the 29th player to then be replaced.
25 March 2019, 5-1 vs. Montenegro, Volgograd Arena, Volgograd
25 year-old Ross Barkley (8) scored in each half of his 27th appearance, both right-footed shots, seven minutes before the break, and fourteen minutes after, and then became the thirtieth player to score a brace and then be replaced.


357-361 224-228 2019-20           

7 September 2019, 4-0 vs. Bulgaria, The National Stadium, Wembley
The 26 year-old captain Harry Kane (9) celebrated his fortieth appearance with a 24th minute tap-in and a penalty kick four minutes into the second half. He added another from the penalty spot 24 minutes later, and then became the 31st player to be substituted after scoring at least two goals.
10 September 2019, 5-3 vs. Kosovo, St. Mary's Stadium, Southampton
19 year old Jadon Sancho (11), in the closing minutes of the first half of his eighth appearance, became the eleventh BME player to score a brace, with two close-in strikes, and then he became the 32nd bracer to be substituted.

(2) 14 October 2019, 6-0 vs. Bulgaria, Natsionalen Stadion Vasil Levski, Sofija
25 year-old Ross Barkley (10) scored in twelve first half minutes, starting with a twentieth minute tap-in and ended with a header on his 33rd and final appearance, and then became the 33rd player to score a brace and then be replaced.
Raheem Sterling (7) scored his brace in each half, starting with a three yard tap-in deep into first half injury time, followed up with a twelve yard strike after 69 minutes into his 55th appearance. He becomes the sixth BME player to score three braces, and then become the 34th player to then be replaced.
14 November 2019, 7-0 vs. Montenegro, The National Stadium, Wembley
Captain
Harry Kane (9) scored his sixth brace with his head n six first half minutes starting in the eighteenth minute of his 44th appearance, before adding a third goal in another thirteen minutes and then become the 35th player to then be replaced.


362-363 229-230 2020-21           

18 November 2020, 4-0 vs. Iceland, The National Stadium, Wembley
Twenty year-old Phil Foden (19) scored with two left-footed strikes in four second half minutes starting in the eightieth minute of his third appearance. He becomes the youngest player to score a brace at Wembley, taking 160 days off Bobby Charlton's record.
25 March 2021, 5-0 vs. San Marino, The National Stadium, Wembley
24 year-old Dominic Calvert-Lewin (9) scored in both halves of his sixth appearance, scoring the twentieth brace under the arch, starting with a 21st minute header, and then a three yard shot eight minutes into the second half to become the twelfth BME player to score a brace, 175th known overall.

364 231 2021 European Championship Finals           
3 July 2021, 4-0 vs. Ukraine, Stadio Olimpico, Roma
27 year-old captain Harry Kane (9) scored his seventh brace, the ninth player to so, in each half of his 59th appearance, with a fourth minute eight-yard poke-in and ended with a fiftieth minute header, then became the 36th player to score a brace and then be replaced.

365-367 232-234 2021-22           

5 September 2021, 4-0 vs. Andorra, The National Stadium, Wembley
28 year-old Jesse Lingard (10) scored in both halves sixty minutes apart of his 31st appearance with two strikes, the first after eighteen minutes, to become the thirteenth BME player to score a brace.
12 November 2021, 5-0 vs. Albania, The National Stadium, Wembley
28-year-old captain Harry Kane (9) scored his eighth brace for England, the seventh to do so, and the 100th brace at Wembley, in fifteen first half minutes of his 66th appearance. The first, and eighteenth minute header, the second with his left foot, before adding a third on the stroke of half time, and then became the 37th player to score at least a brace and then be replaced.
15 November 2021, 10-0 vs. San Marino, San Marino Stadium, Serravalle
Harry Kane (9) scored his ninth brace for England, the fourth to do so,  in four first minutes of his 67th appearance, starting with a 27th minute penalty-kick and followed up with miskicked volley. He will add a third, then a fourth before half-time, and then became the 38th player to score at least a brace and then be replaced.


368-369 235-236 2022 World Cup Finals           
21 November 2022, 6-2 vs. Iran, Istād Khalīfah, Al Rayyan
 21 year-old Bukayo Saka (17) scored in each half of his 21st appearance, with a left-footed half volley two minutes before half time and a low strike just after the hour, to become the fourteenth BME player to score a brace, and then became the 39th player to score at least a brace and then be replaced.
29 November 2022, 3-0 vs. Wales
, Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium, Al Rayyan
25 year-old
Marcus Rashford (11) scored his brace in eighteen second half minutes, starting with a fiftieth minute direct free-kick and then a ten yard strike, on his 49th appearance to become the fifteenth BME player to score a brace, and then became the fortieth player to score at least a brace and then be replaced
.
370-371 237-238 2022-23            

(2) 19 June 2023, 7-0 vs. North Macedonia, Old Trafford, Manchester
Bukayo Saka (7) becomes the seventh BME player to score two braces with a 38th min right-footed strike and a half-volley two minutes into the second half of his 28th appearance. After then scoring a third goal four minutes later, and he then became the 41st player to score a brace and then be replaced.
29 year-old captain Harry Kane (9) scored his tenth brace for England, the third to do so, after starting and finishing the England rout in the 29th minute with a eight yard strike and a 72nd minute penalty-kick, on his 84th appearance, and then became the 42nd player to score at least a brace and then be replaced.


372 239 2023-24            

17 October 2023, 3-1 vs. Italy, The National Stadium, Wembley
Thirty year-old captain Harry Kane (9) scored his eleventh brace for England, the second to do so, on his 87th appearance, starting with a 32nd minute penalty-kick and followed up with a 77th minute twelve yard strike.

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