What do you call 4 goals made by one player in a soccer match?
4 goals scored in a football match is quite a special achievement. It is therefore called a "Super-Hattrick".
When an individual scores 3 goals in a game it is called a "hat trick". The term stems from Cricket, when in 1858, HH Stephenson took three straight wickets on three deliveries. A collection was taken in a hat and Stephenson was presented with what was collected. The term stuck and has been used in numerous other sports, including soccer (football).
soccer has been around since the middle ages, but back then, it was a dangerous sport. There was no pitch, there were no goals, and the ball was an inflated pig bladder. If you can still call that soccer, then i reckon soccer has been around longer than basketball. If you don't call that soccer, then I can't answer your question. P.S. The chinese also had a 'version' of soccer in, like, 1000BC, but similar…