England National Football Team Records - Goals

Goals

See also: Progression of England association football goalscoring record
First goal
William Kenyon-Slaney, 8 March 1873, 4-2 vs. Scotland
Most goals
Bobby Charlton, 49, 19 April 1958 – 21 May 1970
Most goals in competitive matches
Michael Owen, 26, (World Cup, European Championship and qualifiers), 22 June 1998 – 12 September 2007
Most goals in a match
Howard Vaughton, Steve Bloomer, Willie Hall and Malcolm Macdonald, all 5
Four goals or more in a single match on the greatest number of occasions
Steve Bloomer, Vivian Woodward, Tommy Lawton, Jimmy Greaves and Gary Lineker, twice each
Three goals or more in a single match on the greatest number of occasions
Jimmy Greaves, six times
Scoring in most consecutive internationals
Tinsley Lindley, 6, 5 February 1887 – 7 April 1888
Jimmy Windridge, 6, 16 March 1908 – 13 June 1908
Tommy Lawton, 6, 22 October 1938 – 13 May 1939
Scoring in most consecutive appearances
Steve Bloomer, 10, 9 March 1895 – 20 March 1899
Most goals on debut
Howard Vaughton, 5, 18 February 1882, 13-0 vs Ireland
Most goals in a single World Cup tournament
Gary Lineker, 6, 1986 World Cup
Most goals in total at World Cup tournaments
Gary Lineker, 10, 11 June 1986 – 4 July 1990
Most goals in a single World Cup qualifying campaign
Wayne Rooney, 9, 2010 World Cup qualifying, 2008-9
Most goals in a single World Cup finals match
Geoff Hurst, 3, 30 July 1966, 4-2 vs. West Germany
Gary Lineker, 3, 11 June 1986, 3-0 vs. Poland
Most goals in a single World Cup qualifying match
Jack Rowley, 4, 15 October 1949, 9-2 vs. Northern Ireland
David Platt, 4, 17 February 1993, 6-0 vs. San Marino
Ian Wright, 4, 17 November 1993, 7-1 vs. San Marino
First goal in a World Cup finals match
Stan Mortensen, 25 June 1950, 2-0 vs. Chile
First goal in a World Cup qualifying campaign
Stan Mortensen, 15 October 1949, 4-1 vs. Wales
Oldest goalscorer at the World Cup finals
Tom Finney, 36 years, 64 days, 8 June 1958, 2-2 vs. USSR
Youngest goalscorer at the World Cup finals
Michael Owen, 18 years, 190 days, 22 June 1998, 1-2 vs. Romania
Oldest goalscorer in a World Cup qualifying match
Teddy Sheringham, 35 years, 187 days, 6 October 2001, 2-2 vs. Greece
Youngest goalscorer in a World Cup qualifying match
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, 19 years, 58 days, 12 October 2012, 5-0 vs. San Marino
Most goals in a single European Championship tournament
Alan Shearer, 5, 1996 European Championship
Most goals in total at European Championship tournaments
Alan Shearer, 7, 8 June 1996 – 20 June 2000
Most goals in a single European Championship qualifying campaign
Kevin Keegan, 7, 1980 European Championship qualifying, 1978-80
Most goals in a single European Championship finals match
Alan Shearer, 2, 18 June 1996, 4-1 vs. Netherlands
Teddy Sheringham, 2, 18 June 1996, 4-1 vs. Netherlands
Wayne Rooney, 2, 17 June 2004, 3-0 vs. Switzerland
Wayne Rooney, 2, 21 June 2004, 4-2 vs. Croatia
Most goals in a single European Championship qualifying match
Malcolm Macdonald, 5, 16 April 1975, 5-0 vs. Cyprus
First goal in a European Championship finals match
Bobby Charlton, 8 June 1968, 2-0 vs. USSR
First goal in a European Championship qualifying campaign
Ron Flowers, 3 October 1962, 1-1 vs. France
Oldest goalscorer at the European Championship finals
Trevor Brooking, 31 years, 260 days, 18 June 1980, 2-1 vs. Spain
Youngest goalscorer at the European Championship finals
Wayne Rooney, 18 years, 236 days, 17 June 2004, 3-0 vs. Switzerland
Oldest goalscorer in a European Championship qualifying match
Dave Watson, 33 years, 48 days, 22 November 1979, 2-0 vs. Bulgaria
Youngest goalscorer in a European Championship qualifying match
Wayne Rooney, 17 years, 317 days, 6 September 2003, 2-1 vs. Macedonia
Most Home International (British Championship) goals
Steve Bloomer, 28, 9 March 1895 – 6 April 1907
Most goals in a single calendar year
George Hilsdon, 12, 1908
Dixie Dean, 12, 1927
Most goals in an English season
Jimmy Greaves, 13, 1960-61
Most goals against a single opponent
Steve Bloomer, 12 vs. Wales, 16 March 1896 – 18 March 1901
Most goals against a single non-British opponent
Vivian Woodward, 8 vs. Austria, 6 June 1908 – 1 June 1909
Most goals scored from penalties
Frank Lampard, 9, 8 October 2005 – 11 September 2012
Most penalty goals scored in a match
Tom Finney, 2, 14 May 1950, 5-2 vs. Portugal
Geoff Hurst, 2, 13 March 1969, 5-0 vs. France
Gary Lineker, 2, 1 July 1990, 3-2 vs. Cameroon
Most goals in penalty shoot-outs
David Platt and Alan Shearer, 3
Most goals scored by a defender
Jack Charlton, 6, 10 April 1965 – 10 December 1969
John Terry, 6, 3 June 2003 – 1 April 2009
Oldest goalscorer
Stanley Matthews, 41 years, 248 days, 6 October 1956, 1-1 vs. Northern Ireland
Youngest goalscorer
Wayne Rooney, 17 years, 317 days, 6 September 2003, 2-1 vs. Macedonia
First goal by a substitute
Jimmy Mullen, 18 May 1950, 4-1 vs. Belgium
Fastest goal from kickoff
Tommy Lawton, 17 seconds, 25 May 1947, 10-0 vs. Portugal
Fastest goal at Wembley
Bryan Robson, 38 seconds, 13 December 1989, 2-1 vs. Yugoslavia
Fastest goal at the World Cup finals
Bryan Robson, 27 seconds, 16 June 1982, 3-1 vs. France
Fastest goal at the European Championship finals
Michael Owen, 2 minutes 24 seconds, 24 June 2004, 2-2 vs. Portugal
Fastest goal by a substitute
Teddy Sheringham, 15 seconds, 6 October 2001, 2-2 vs. Greece, 2002 World Cup qualifier
First player to score hat-trick
Digger Brown or Howard Vaughton, 18 February 1882, 13-0 vs Ireland
Oldest player to score hat-trick
Gary Lineker, 30 years, 194 days, 12 June 1991, 4-2 vs Malaysia
Youngest player to score hat-trick
Theo Walcott, 19 years, 178 days, 10 September 2008, 4-1 vs Croatia
Most appearances for an outfield player without ever scoring
Ashley Cole, 99, 28 March 2001 – 17 October 2012
Most different goalscorers in one match
7, 15 December 1982, 9-0 vs. Luxembourg
Goals in three separate decades
Stanley Matthews, Bobby Charlton
Most consecutive goalscoring tournaments
Michael Owen, 4, v Romania and Argentina, 1998 World Cup; v Romania, 2000 European Championships; v Denmark and Brazil, 2002 World Cup; v Portugal, 2004 European Championships
Last England goalscorer at the old Wembley
Tony Adams, 31 May 2000, 2-0 vs Ukraine
First England goalscorer at the new Wembley
John Terry, 1 June 2007, 1-1 vs Brazil
Highest goals to games average
George Camsell, 18 goals in 9 games, average 2.0 goals per game.
Most goals per English club
Club Player Goals (total) First goal – last goal
Arsenal Cliff Bastin 12 13 May 1933 – 26 May 1938
Aston Villa Billy Walker 9 23 October 1920 – 12 Feb 1927
Birmingham City Joe Bradford 7 20 October 1923 – 22 November 1930
Blackburn Rovers Bryan Douglas 11 19 April 1958 – 5 June 1963
Blackpool Stan Mortensen 23 25 May 1947 – 25 November 1953
Bolton Wanderers Nat Lofthouse 30 22 November 1950 – 22 October 1958
Bristol City John Atyeo 5 30 November 1955 – 19 May 1957
Bristol Rovers Geoff Bradford 1 2 October 1955
Burnley Bob Kelly 6 (8) 10 April 1920 – 22 October 1924
Bury Jimmy Settle 4 (6) 18 February 1899 – 8 April 1899
Charlton Athletic Harold Miller 1 24 May 1923
Harold Hobbis 1 9 May 1936
Don Welsh 1 24 May 1939
Chelsea Frank Lampard 26 20 August 2003 – 11 September 2012
Crystal Palace Peter Taylor 2 24 March 1976 – 8 May 1976
Derby County Steve Bloomer 27 (28) 9 March 1895 – 25 February 1905
Everton Dixie Dean 18 12 February 1927 – 9 December 1931
Fulham Johnny Haynes 18 2 October 1954 – 15 April 1961
Huddersfield Town George Brown 5 20 October 1926 – 26 May 1927
Ipswich Town Paul Mariner 13 12 October 1977 – 16 November 1983
Leeds United Allan Clarke 10 11 June 1970 – 17 October 1973
Leicester City Ernie Hine 4 17 November 1928 – 18 November 1931
Liverpool Michael Owen 26 (40) 25 May 1998 – 24 June 2004
Luton Town Joe Payne 2 20 May 1937
Manchester City Eric Brook 10 14 October 1933 – 23 October 1937
Francis Lee 10 12 March 1969 – 29 April 1972
Manchester United Bobby Charlton 49 19 April 1958 – 20 May 1970
Middlesbrough George Camsell 18 9 May 1929 – 9 May 1936
Millwall Reg Smith 2 9 November 1938
Newcastle United Alan Shearer 20 (30) 1 September 1996 – 20 June 2000
Nottingham Forest Stuart Pearce 5 25 April 1990 – 15 November 1995
Notts County Henry Cursham 5 18 February 1882 – 23 February 1884
Portsmouth Jack Smith 4 17 October 1931 – 9 December 1931
Preston North End Tom Finney 30 28 September 1946 – 4 October 1958
Queens Park Rangers Gerry Francis 3 24 May 1975 – 11 May 1976
Les Ferdinand 3 (5) 17 February 1993 – 17 November 1993
Sheffield United Ernest Needham 3 29 March 1897 – 18 March 1901
Colin Grainger 3 9 May 1956 – 26 May 1956
Sheffield Wednesday Fred Spiksley 5 13 March 1893 – 3 March 1894
Southampton Mick Channon 21 14 February 1973 – 4 June 1977
Stoke City Stanley Matthews 8 (11) 29 September 1934 – 16 November 1938
Freddie Steele 8 17 April 1937 – 20 May 1937
Sunderland George Holley 8 15 March 1909 – 23 March 1912
Swindon Town Harold Fleming 9 29 May 1909 – 4 April 1914
Tottenham Hotspur Jimmy Greaves 28 (44) 20 May 1962 – 24 May 1967
Watford Luther Blissett 3 15 December 1982
John Barnes 3 (11) 10 June 1984 – 14 November 1984
West Bromwich Albion Billy Bassett 8 23 February 1889 – 4 April 1896
Derek Kevan 8 6 April 1957 – 28 May 1959
West Ham United Geoff Hurst 24 2 April 1966 – 1 December 1971
Wolverhampton Wanderers Dennis Wilshaw 10 10 October 1953 – 28 May 1956
Ron Flowers 10 28 May 1959 – 3 October 1962
Most goals with non-English clubs
Club Country Player Goals (total) First goal – last goal
Barcelona Gary Lineker 17 (48) 15 October 1986 – 7 June 1989
Bari David Platt 4 (27) 17 May 1992 – 17 June 1992
Köln Tony Woodcock 5 (16) 26 March 1980 – 25 May 1982
Hamburger SV Kevin Keegan 12 (21) 16 November 1977 – 13 May 1980
Hibernian Joe Baker 1 (3) 18 November 1959
Internazionale Gerry Hitchens 2 (5) 9 May 1962 – 10 June 1962
Juventus David Platt 9 (27) 14 October 1992 – 19 June 1993
Lazio Paul Gascoigne 4 (10) 18 November 1992 – 8 September 1993
Marseille Trevor Steven 1 (4) 29 April 1992
Milan Mark Hateley 8 (9) 17 October 1984 – 24 May 1986
Rangers Paul Gascoigne 4 (10) 23 May 1996 – 10 September 1997
Real Madrid David Beckham 6 (17) 20 August 2003 – 25 June 2006
Michael Owen 6 (40) 18 August 2004 – 31 May 2005
Sampdoria David Platt 6 (27) 9 March 1994 – 8 June 1995

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