1. John Pardoe, 3 v Crystal Palace, 5th April 1862 (4-0 win)
The future rector of Gravely, Hertfordshire, was one of the first 15 men to don the Forest FC shirt. He was also the first to score a hat-trick. In just the second game in Wanderers' / Forest's history, Pardoe hit three on a poor surface and in wet conditions.
2. Arthur F Kinnaird, 3 v Upton Park, 13th March 1869 (8-0 win)
Wanderers' 2nd hat-trick was nearly 7 years later and was scored by a future Wanderers legend, 9 time FA Cup Finalist, Scottish international and Lord. These goals were Kinnaird's 3rd, 4th and 5th in a spell of seven goals in three games. Arthur had played 7 games over the previous 2 seasons without scoring.
3. Thomas Hooman, 3 v Brixton Club, 9th November 1870 (5-1 win)
Hooman has the honour of scoring Wanderers first 'home' hat-trick in front of a crowd at The Oval (Charles Alcock scored the other two goals). 'TC' won an FA Cup winners medal in 1872 and was selected twice for the unofficial England team - he was considered the fastest forward of his day. He died in 1938 aged 88.
4. Charles Henry Wollaston, 4 v Farningham, 31st October 1874 (16-0 win)
5. Robert Kennett Kingsford, 5 v Farningham, 31st October 1874 (16-0 win)
The record Wanderers victory brought about two hat-tricks in one game. Wollaston scored 40 goals in 75 games in 10 seasons during which time he earned five FA Cup winners' medals and four England caps. However, despite being Club Secretary for two years, he shied away from public life. Kingsford may have scored the most goals in one game for Wanderers but played just 17 more games, bagging only 5 more goals. However, he hit 80 runs in five first class innings for Surrey.
6 & 7. Charles William Alcock, 3 v Civil Service, 4th November 1874 (7-0 win) & 3 v Barnes, 21st November 1874 (5-0 win)
Father of the Wanderers, Alcock hit two hat-tricks in two games as part of a run of 10 goals in six consecutive games. Alcock was the club's all-time top scorer and little more can be added to his illustrious sporting career!
8. EH Parry, 4 v Harrow School, 18th December 1883 (6-1 win)
Parry scored the last hat-trick for Wanderers before they initially folded. The annual match against Harrow was one of the last games played by Wanderers.
9 & 10. Robert Goodall, 3 v Dulwich Hamlet Supporters' Club, 19th September 2010 (5-6 loss) & 3 v UNICEF, 20th February 2011 (10-0 win)
Goodall scored his second hat-trick in two appearances; the first in a 10-a-side disaster and the second in a very one-sided friendly. The second trio came from a free header and two long-range, speculative shots but it was a memorable victory.