List of international goals scored by Thierry Henry

Thierry Henry is a retired French international footballer . During his international career he played 123 games for France in which he scored 51 goals. [1] His first international goal came in the 1998 FIFA World Cup against South Africa. [1] Henry made his international debut against South Africa in a 2-1 victory in October 1997. [2] [2] As of October 2015 he is France’s top scorer and second in the list of appearances for his country. [3] He overpassed the previous all-time French goal-scoring record, held by Michel Platini , in October 2007 when he scored twice against Lithuania , taking his tally to 43. Henry retired from international football in July 2010 after a 13-year career, making his final appearance as a substitute, against South Africa, in France’s “disastrous” 2010 FIFA World Cup campaign. Henry scored his 51st and final goal for France against Austria the previous October. [2]

Henry never scored an international hat-trick , although he did score twice in a match on seven occasions. [1] He scored more times against Malta than any other team, with four goals, scored in back-to-back qualifiers for UEFA Euro 2004 . [1] More than half of Henry’s goals in home matches, 31 of his 51 goals being scored in France, including 20 at the Stade de France . [1]

16 of Henry’s goals in friendlies . [1] A tally of four goals in the 2003 FIFA Confederations Cup made Henry the tournament’s top scorer and led to his being voted the tournament’s most outstanding player. [4] He scored twelve goals in UEFA European Championship qualifiers, including six in the qualifying phase of UEFA Euro 2004, where he finished as third-equal top scorer, behind Slovenia’s Ermin Šiljak and Spain’s Raúl . [5]

International goals

Scores and results list France’s goal tally first. Score after each Henry goal is shown in bold with asterisk.
List of international goals scored by Thierry Henry
No. Dated arrival cape opponent Score result Competition Ref.
1 12 June 1998 Stade Vélodrome , Marseille , France 4  South Africa 3 * -0 3-0 1998 FIFA World Cup [1]
2 18 June 1998 Stade de France , Saint-Denis , France 5  Saudi Arabia 1 * -0 4-0 1998 FIFA World Cup [6]
3 18 June 1998 Stade de France , Saint-Denis , France 5  Saudi Arabia 3 * -0 4-0 1998 FIFA World Cup [6]
4 29 March 2000 Hampden Park , Glasgow , Scotland 12  Scotland 1 * -0 2-0 Friendly [7]
5 6 June 2000 Mohamed V Stadium , Casablanca , Morocco 16  Morocco 1 * -0 5-1 Friendly [1]
6 11 June 2000 Jan Breydel Stadium , Bruges , Belgium 17  denmark 2 * -0 3-0 UEFA Euro 2000 [8]
7 16 June 2000 Jan Breydel Stadium , Bruges , Belgium 18  Czech Republic 1 * -0 2-1 UEFA Euro 2000 [9]
8 28 June 2000 King Baudouin Stadium , Brussels , Belgium 20  Portugal 1 * -1 2-1 UEFA Euro 2000 [10]
9 24 March 2001 Stade de France , Saint-Denis , France 27  japan 2 * -0 5-0 Friendly [11]
10 25 April 2001 Stade de France , Saint-Denis , France 29  Portugal 3 * -0 4-0 Friendly [1]
11 6 October 2001 Stade de France , Saint-Denis , France 32  algeria 3 * -0 4-1 Friendly [12]
12 27 March 2002 Stade de France , Saint-Denis , France 34  Scotland 3 * -0 5-0 Friendly [13]
13 16 October 2002 Ta ‘Qali National Stadium , Valletta , Malta 41  malta 1 * -0 4-0 UEFA Euro 2004 qualify [14]
14 16 October 2002 Ta ‘Qali National Stadium , Valletta , Malta 41  malta 2 * -0 4-0 UEFA Euro 2004 qualify [14]
15 29 March 2003 Stade Félix-Bollaert , Lens , France 44  malta 2 * -0 6-0 UEFA Euro 2004 qualify [15]
16 29 March 2003 Stade Félix-Bollaert , Lens , France 44  malta 3 * -0 6-0 UEFA Euro 2004 qualify [15]
17 30 April 2003 Stade de France , Saint-Denis , France 46  egypt 1 * -0 5-0 Friendly [16]
18 30 April 2003 Stade de France , Saint-Denis , France 46  egypt 2 * -0 5-0 Friendly [16]
19 18 June 2003 Stade de Gerland , Lyon , France 47  colombia 1 * -0 1-0 2003 FIFA Confederations Cup [17]
20 22 June 2003 Stade de France , Saint-Denis , France 49  New Zealand 2 * -0 5-0 2003 FIFA Confederations Cup [18]
21 26 June 2003 Stade de France , Saint-Denis , France 50  turkey 1 * -0 3-2 2003 FIFA Confederations Cup [19]
22 29 June 2003 Stade de France , Saint-Denis , France 51  cameroon 1 * -0 1-0 2003 FIFA Confederations Cup [20]
23 6 September 2003 Stade de France , Saint-Denis , France 53  cyprus 4 * -0 5-0 UEFA Euro 2004 qualify [21]
24 11 October 2003 Stade de France , Saint-Denis , France 55  Israel 1 * -0 3-0 UEFA Euro 2004 qualify [22]
25 15 November 2003 Veltins-Arena , Gelsenkirchen , Germany 56  germany 1 * -0 3-0 Friendly [23]
26 21 June 2004 Estádio Cidade of Coimbra , Coimbra , Portugal 62 switzerland 2 * -1 3-1 UEFA Euro 2004 [24]
27 21 June 2004 Estádio Cidade of Coimbra , Coimbra , Portugal 62 switzerland 3 * -1 3-1 UEFA Euro 2004 [24]
28 13 October 2004 GSP Stadium , Nicosia , Cyprus 68  cyprus 2 * -0 2-0 2006 FIFA World Cup qualify [25]
29 17 August 2005 Mosson Stadium , Montpellier , France 71  Ivory Coast 3 * -0 3-0 Friendly [26]
30 7 September 2005 Lansdowne Road , Dublin , Ireland 73  Republic of Ireland 1 * -0 1-0 2006 FIFA World Cup qualify [27]
31 9 November 2005 Stadium of Honor of Dillon , Fort-de-France , France 74  Costa Rica 3 * -2 3-2 Friendly [28]
32 31 May 2006 Stade Félix-Bollaert , Lens , France 77  denmark 1 * -0 2-0 Friendly [29]
33 7 June 2006 Stade Geoffroy-Guichard , St-Etienne , France 78  China PR 3 * -1 3-1 Friendly [30]
34 18 June 2006 Zentralstadion , Leipzig , Germany 80  South Korea 1 * -0 1-1 2006 FIFA World Cup [31]
35 23 June 2006 FIFA WM Stadion Köln , Cologne , Germany 81  Togo 2 * -0 2-0 2006 FIFA World Cup [32]
36 1 July 2006 FIFA WM-Stadion Frankfurt , Frankfurt , Germany 83  Brazil 1 * -0 1-0 2006 FIFA World Cup [33]
37 6 September 2006 Stade de France , Saint-Denis , France 88  italy 2 * -0 3-1 UEFA Euro 2008 qualify [34]
38 11 October 2006 Stade Auguste Bonal , Montbéliard , France 90  Faroe Islands 2 * -0 5-0 UEFA Euro 2008 qualify [35]
39 15 November 2006 Stade de France , Saint-Denis , France 91  greece 1 * -0 1-0 Friendly [36]
40 22 August 2007 Štadión Antona Malatinského , Trnava , Slovakia 93  Slovakia 1 * -0 1-0 Friendly [37]
41 13 October 2007 Tórsvøllur , Tórshavn , Faroe Islands 95  Faroe Islands 2 * -0 6-0 UEFA Euro 2008 qualify [38]
42 17 October 2007 Stade de la Beaujoire , Nantes , France 96  lithuania 1 * -0 2-0 UEFA Euro 2008 qualify [39]
43 17 October 2007 Stade de la Beaujoire , Nantes , France 96  lithuania 2 * -0 2-0 UEFA Euro 2008 qualify [39]
44 21 November 2007 Olimpiyskiy National Sports Complex , Kiev , Ukraine 97  Ukraine 1 * -1 2-2 UEFA Euro 2008 qualify [40]
45 13 June 2008 Stadium of Switzerland , Bern , Switzerland 101  Netherlands 1 * -2 1-4 UEFA Euro 2008 [41]
46 10 September 2008 Stade de France , Saint-Denis , France 105  serbia 1 * -0 2-1 2010 FIFA World Cup qualify [42]
47 14 October 2008 Stade de France , Saint-Denis , France 107  tunisia 1 * -1 3-1 Friendly [43]
48 14 October 2008 Stade de France , Saint-Denis , France 107  tunisia 2 * -1 3-1 Friendly [43]
49 5 September 2009 Stade de France , Saint-Denis , France 112  romania 1 * -0 1-1 2010 FIFA World Cup qualify [44]
50 9 September 2009 Stadion FK Crvena Zvezda , Belgrade , Serbia 113  serbia 1 * -1 1-1 2010 FIFA World Cup qualify [45]
51 14 October 2009 Stade de France , Saint-Denis , France 115  austria 2 * -0 3-1 2010 FIFA World Cup qualify [46]

Statistics Source: [1]

Goals by year
year Apps Goals
1997 1 0
1998 10 3
1999 0 0
2000 14 5
2001 7 3
2002 10 3
2003 14 11
2004 13 3
2005 6 3
2006 16 8
2007 6 5
2008 11 4
2009 9 3
2010 6 0
Total 123 51
Goals by competition
Competition Goals
UEFA European Championship qualification 12
Friendlies [A] 17
UEFA European Championship tournaments 6
FIFA World Cup Qualification 6
FIFA World Cup tournaments 6
FIFA Confederations Cup 4
Total 51

Note: Henry’s 2000 FIFA XI on 16 August 2000, which includes FIFA and the French Football Federation . [47]

References

Thierry Henry is a retired French international footballer . During his international career he played 123 games for France in which he scored 51 goals. [1] His first international goal came in the 1998 FIFA World Cup against South Africa. [1] Henry made his international debut against South Africa in a 2-1 victory in October 1997. [2] [2] As of October 2015 he is France’s top scorer and second in the list of appearances for his country. [3] He overpassed the previous all-time French goal-scoring record, held by Michel Platini , in October 2007 when he scored twice against Lithuania , taking his tally to 43. Henry retired from international football in July 2010 after a 13-year career, making his final appearance as a substitute, against South Africa, in France’s “disastrous” 2010 FIFA World Cup campaign. Henry scored his 51st and final goal for France against Austria the previous October. [2]

Henry never scored an international hat-trick , although he did score twice in a match on seven occasions. [1] He scored more times against Malta than any other team, with four goals, scored in back-to-back qualifiers for UEFA Euro 2004 . [1] More than half of Henry’s goals in home matches, 31 of his 51 goals being scored in France, including 20 at the Stade de France . [1]

16 of Henry’s goals in friendlies . [1] A tally of four goals in the 2003 FIFA Confederations Cup made Henry the tournament’s top scorer and led to his being voted the tournament’s most outstanding player. [4] He scored twelve goals in UEFA European Championship qualifiers, including six in the qualifying phase of UEFA Euro 2004, where he finished as third-equal top scorer, behind Slovenia’s Ermin Šiljak and Spain’s Raúl . [5]

International goals 

Scores and results list France’s goal tally first. Score after each Henry goal is shown in bold with asterisk.

List of international goals scored by Thierry Henry
No. Dated arrival cape opponent Score result Competition Ref.
1 12 June 1998 Stade Vélodrome , Marseille , France 4  South Africa 3 * -0 3-0 1998 FIFA World Cup [1]
2 18 June 1998 Stade de France , Saint-Denis , France 5  Saudi Arabia 1 * -0 4-0 1998 FIFA World Cup [6]
3 18 June 1998 Stade de France , Saint-Denis , France 5  Saudi Arabia 3 * -0 4-0 1998 FIFA World Cup [6]
4 29 March 2000 Hampden Park , Glasgow , Scotland 12  Scotland 1 * -0 2-0 Friendly [7]
5 6 June 2000 Mohamed V Stadium , Casablanca , Morocco 16  Morocco 1 * -0 5-1 Friendly [1]
6 11 June 2000 Jan Breydel Stadium , Bruges , Belgium 17  denmark 2 * -0 3-0 UEFA Euro 2000 [8]
7 16 June 2000 Jan Breydel Stadium , Bruges , Belgium 18  Czech Republic 1 * -0 2-1 UEFA Euro 2000 [9]
8 28 June 2000 King Baudouin Stadium , Brussels , Belgium 20  Portugal 1 * -1 2-1 UEFA Euro 2000 [10]
9 24 March 2001 Stade de France , Saint-Denis , France 27  japan 2 * -0 5-0 Friendly [11]
10 25 April 2001 Stade de France , Saint-Denis , France 29  Portugal 3 * -0 4-0 Friendly [1]
11 6 October 2001 Stade de France , Saint-Denis , France 32  algeria 3 * -0 4-1 Friendly [12]
12 27 March 2002 Stade de France , Saint-Denis , France 34  Scotland 3 * -0 5-0 Friendly [13]
13 16 October 2002 Ta ‘Qali National Stadium , Valletta , Malta 41  malta 1 * -0 4-0 UEFA Euro 2004 qualify [14]
14 16 October 2002 Ta ‘Qali National Stadium , Valletta , Malta 41  malta 2 * -0 4-0 UEFA Euro 2004 qualify [14]
15 29 March 2003 Stade Félix-Bollaert , Lens , France 44  malta 2 * -0 6-0 UEFA Euro 2004 qualify [15]
16 29 March 2003 Stade Félix-Bollaert , Lens , France 44  malta 3 * -0 6-0 UEFA Euro 2004 qualify [15]
17 30 April 2003 Stade de France , Saint-Denis , France 46  egypt 1 * -0 5-0 Friendly [16]
18 30 April 2003 Stade de France , Saint-Denis , France 46  egypt 2 * -0 5-0 Friendly [16]
19 18 June 2003 Stade de Gerland , Lyon , France 47  colombia 1 * -0 1-0 2003 FIFA Confederations Cup [17]
20 22 June 2003 Stade de France , Saint-Denis , France 49  New Zealand 2 * -0 5-0 2003 FIFA Confederations Cup [18]
21 26 June 2003 Stade de France , Saint-Denis , France 50  turkey 1 * -0 3-2 2003 FIFA Confederations Cup [19]
22 29 June 2003 Stade de France , Saint-Denis , France 51  cameroon 1 * -0 1-0 2003 FIFA Confederations Cup [20]
23 6 September 2003 Stade de France , Saint-Denis , France 53  cyprus 4 * -0 5-0 UEFA Euro 2004 qualify [21]
24 11 October 2003 Stade de France , Saint-Denis , France 55  Israel 1 * -0 3-0 UEFA Euro 2004 qualify [22]
25 15 November 2003 Veltins-Arena , Gelsenkirchen , Germany 56  germany 1 * -0 3-0 Friendly [23]
26 21 June 2004 Estádio Cidade of Coimbra , Coimbra , Portugal 62 switzerland 2 * -1 3-1 UEFA Euro 2004 [24]
27 21 June 2004 Estádio Cidade of Coimbra , Coimbra , Portugal 62 switzerland 3 * -1 3-1 UEFA Euro 2004 [24]
28 13 October 2004 GSP Stadium , Nicosia , Cyprus 68  cyprus 2 * -0 2-0 2006 FIFA World Cup qualify [25]
29 17 August 2005 Mosson Stadium , Montpellier , France 71  Ivory Coast 3 * -0 3-0 Friendly [26]
30 7 September 2005 Lansdowne Road , Dublin , Ireland 73  Republic of Ireland 1 * -0 1-0 2006 FIFA World Cup qualify [27]
31 9 November 2005 Stadium of Honor of Dillon , Fort-de-France , France 74  Costa Rica 3 * -2 3-2 Friendly [28]
32 31 May 2006 Stade Félix-Bollaert , Lens , France 77  denmark 1 * -0 2-0 Friendly [29]
33 7 June 2006 Stade Geoffroy-Guichard , St-Etienne , France 78  China PR 3 * -1 3-1 Friendly [30]
34 18 June 2006 Zentralstadion , Leipzig , Germany 80  South Korea 1 * -0 1-1 2006 FIFA World Cup [31]
35 23 June 2006 FIFA WM Stadion Köln , Cologne , Germany 81  Togo 2 * -0 2-0 2006 FIFA World Cup [32]
36 1 July 2006 FIFA WM-Stadion Frankfurt , Frankfurt , Germany 83  Brazil 1 * -0 1-0 2006 FIFA World Cup [33]
37 6 September 2006 Stade de France , Saint-Denis , France 88  italy 2 * -0 3-1 UEFA Euro 2008 qualify [34]
38 11 October 2006 Stade Auguste Bonal , Montbéliard , France 90  Faroe Islands 2 * -0 5-0 UEFA Euro 2008 qualify [35]
39 15 November 2006 Stade de France , Saint-Denis , France 91  greece 1 * -0 1-0 Friendly [36]
40 22 August 2007 Štadión Antona Malatinského , Trnava , Slovakia 93  Slovakia 1 * -0 1-0 Friendly [37]
41 13 October 2007 Tórsvøllur , Tórshavn , Faroe Islands 95  Faroe Islands 2 * -0 6-0 UEFA Euro 2008 qualify [38]
42 17 October 2007 Stade de la Beaujoire , Nantes , France 96  lithuania 1 * -0 2-0 UEFA Euro 2008 qualify [39]
43 17 October 2007 Stade de la Beaujoire , Nantes , France 96  lithuania 2 * -0 2-0 UEFA Euro 2008 qualify [39]
44 21 November 2007 Olimpiyskiy National Sports Complex , Kiev , Ukraine 97  Ukraine 1 * -1 2-2 UEFA Euro 2008 qualify [40]
45 13 June 2008 Stadium of Switzerland , Bern , Switzerland 101  Netherlands 1 * -2 1-4 UEFA Euro 2008 [41]
46 10 September 2008 Stade de France , Saint-Denis , France 105  serbia 1 * -0 2-1 2010 FIFA World Cup qualify [42]
47 14 October 2008 Stade de France , Saint-Denis , France 107  tunisia 1 * -1 3-1 Friendly [43]
48 14 October 2008 Stade de France , Saint-Denis , France 107  tunisia 2 * -1 3-1 Friendly [43]
49 5 September 2009 Stade de France , Saint-Denis , France 112  romania 1 * -0 1-1 2010 FIFA World Cup qualify [44]
50 9 September 2009 Stadion FK Crvena Zvezda , Belgrade , Serbia 113  serbia 1 * -1 1-1 2010 FIFA World Cup qualify [45]
51 14 October 2009 Stade de France , Saint-Denis , France 115  austria 2 * -0 3-1 2010 FIFA World Cup qualify [46]

Statistics Source: [1]

Goals by year
year Apps Goals
1997 1 0
1998 10 3
1999 0 0
2000 14 5
2001 7 3
2002 10 3
2003 14 11
2004 13 3
2005 6 3
2006 16 8
2007 6 5
2008 11 4
2009 9 3
2010 6 0
Total 123 51
Goals by competition
Competition Goals
UEFA European Championship qualification 12
Friendlies [A] 17
UEFA European Championship tournaments 6
FIFA World Cup Qualification 6
FIFA World Cup tournaments 6
FIFA Confederations Cup 4
Total 51

Note: Henry’s 2000 FIFA XI on 16 August 2000, which includes FIFA and the French Football Federation . [47]

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