Bobby Moore is hoisted aloft after England's 1966 World Cup Finals win over West Germany
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England v Scotland Full International Record & Statistics 1872-2017
England v Scotland Full International Record & Statistics 1872-2017
The England National football team is the joint oldest in the world, formed at the same time as Scotland's National Team. England played their first international match against Scotland at Scotland's invitation, at Hamilton Crescent in Scotland
on 30th November 1872. After the Second World War, the British Home International Championships also doubled-up
as the qualification group for both the FIFA World Cup and the UEFA European Championships, until 1968.
England v Scotland, 1872
Martin Peters is congratulated for his goal by Martin Chivers, who scored twice foe England against Scotland, Wembley 1971
Tommy Doherty and Billy Wright, Scotland 0-4 England, Hampden Park, April 1958
Scotland 2-4 England, Hampden Park, April 1954
England 9-3 Scotland, Wembley April 1961
Scottish legend Denis Law in action at Wembley against England
England v Scotland match programme 1999
Paul Gascoigne scores for England against Scotland in the Euro 1996 Finals at Wembley
England 0-1 Scotland, 1999
England Squad v Scotland, Wembley, 11th November 2016

Joe Hart (Torino, Italy), Tom Heaton (Burnley), Jordan Pickford (Sunderland)
Ryan Bertrand (Southampton), Gary Cahill (Chelsea), Nathaniel Clyne (Liverpool),
Aaron Cresswell (West Ham United), Phil Jagielka (Everton), Michael Keane (Burnley),
Danny Rose (Tottenham Hotspur), John Stones (Manchester City), Kyle Walker (Tottenham Hotspur)
Eric Dier (Tottenham Hotspur), Jordan Henderson (Liverpool), Jack Wilshere (AFC Bournemouth),
Adam Lallana (Liverpool), Jesse Lingard (Manchester United), Wayne Rooney (Manchester United),
Raheem Sterling (Manchester City), Andros Townsend (Crystal Palace)
Theo Walcott (Arsenal), Harry Kane (Tottenham Hotspur), Marcus Rashford (Manchester United),
Daniel Sturridge (Liverpool), Jamie Vardy (Leicester City)
Scotland Squad v England, Wembley, 11th November 2016

Craig Gordon (Celtic), Jack Hamilton (Heart of Midlothian), David Marshall (Hull City)
Christophe Berra (Ipswich Town), Gordon Greer (Blackburn Rovers), Grant Hanley (Newcastle United),
Stephen Kingsley (Swansea City), Russell Martin (Norwich City), Charlie Mulgrew (Blackburn Rovers),
Callum Paterson (Heart of Midlothian), Lee Wallace (Rangers)
Ikechi Anya (Derby County), Barry Bannan (Sheffield Wednesday), Scott Brown (Celtic),
Oliver Burke (RB Leipzig, Germany), Darren Fletcher (West Bromwich Albion), James Forrest (Celtic),
James McArthur (Crystal Palace), John McGinn (Hibernian), James Morrison (West Bromwich Albion),
Matt Ritchie (Newcastle United), Robert Snodgrass (Hull City)
Steven Fletcher (Sheffield Wednesday), Leigh Griffiths (Celtic), Chris Martin (Derby County),
Steven Naismith (Norwich City)
Gordon Strachan of Scotland
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