Football Stamps 1966

England National Football Team

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. Over the next forty years, England played exclusively with the other three “Home Nations” – Scotland, Wales and Ireland (later, Northern Ireland). The games were made competitive with the advent of the British Home Championship, sometimes called “Home Internations”, from 1883 to 1984.

England v Argentina
England v Belgium
England v Brazil
England v Bulgaria
England v Chile
England v Colombia
England v Croatia
England v Czech Republic
England v Denmark
England v Ecuador
England v Estonia
England v France
England v Germany
England v Hungary
England v Iceland
England v Ireland
England v Italy
England v Japan
England v Malta
England v Mexico
England v Moldova
England v Montenegro
England v Netherlands
England v Norway
England v Peru
England v Poland
England v Portugal
England v Russia
England v San Marino
England v Spain
England v Scotland
England v Slovakia
England v Sweden
England v Switzerland
England v Ukraine
England v United States
England v Uruguay
England v Wales
England Football Record
England Managers
Players at Foreign Clubs
British Championships
England Players by Club
Englands Goals By Club
England at the UEFA Euros
England Caps and Goals
England World Cup 2010
England World Cup Stats
England Goalkeepers
England Opponents
England Players Sent Off
England Home & Away Kits
Roy Hodgson 2012-16
England Results 2006-19
England Results 1999-06
England Results 1990-99
England Results 1982-90
England Results 1974-82
England Results 1963-74
England Results 1946-62
'B' Internationals

 

 

 

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