A hat-trick or hat trick is the achievement of a positive feat three times in a game, or another achievement based on the number three.


The term first appeared in 1858 in cricket, to describe H. H. Stephenson's taking three wickets with three consecutive deliveries. Fans held a collection for Stephenson, and presented him with a hat bought with the proceeds.[1] The term was used in print for the first time in 1865.[2] The term was eventually adopted by many other sports including hockey, association football, water polo, and team handball.

Other Languages
العربية: هاتريك
беларуская: Хет-трык
беларуская (тарашкевіца)‎: Хет-трык
български: Хеттрик (футбол)
català: Hat-trick
čeština: Hattrick
dansk: Hattrick
Deutsch: Hattrick
Ελληνικά: Χατ τρικ
euskara: Hat-trick
فارسی: هت تریک
français: Coup du chapeau
Gaeilge: Tréchleas
galego: Triplete
한국어: 해트트릭
հայերեն: Հեթ-տրիկ
hrvatski: Hat-trick
Bahasa Indonesia: Hattrick
қазақша: Хет-трик
македонски: Хет-трик
മലയാളം: ഹാട്രിക്
मराठी: हॅटट्रिक
مصرى: هاتريك
नेपाली: ह्याट्रिक
norsk: Hat-trick
norsk nynorsk: Hat-trick
олык марий: Хет-трик
پنجابی: ہیٹ ٹرک
polski: Hat trick
português: Hat-trick
română: Hat-trick
русский: Хет-трик
Simple English: Hat-trick
slovenščina: Hat-trick
српски / srpski: Хет трик
srpskohrvatski / српскохрватски: Het trik
svenska: Hat trick
Türkçe: Hat trick
українська: Хет-трик
Tiếng Việt: Hat-trick
粵語: 連中三元
中文: 帽子戲法