Overview International matches: 1870: March 5, 1870: England v Scotland 1-1; 1870: November 19, 1870: England v Scotland 1-0; 1871: February 25, 1871: England v
June 25, 1977 Phil Thompson, Liverpool’s lean, lanky Kirkby born defender, helped transform the club’s defensive set-up when he came into the team as a
January 7, 1967 Ex-Everton winger Sam Chedgzoy dies in Canada Sam Chedgzoy, one of the greatest outside rights of his day and certainly among the
Sunday, October 5 – 1947 England soccer selectors were busily engaged yesterday naming the sides for a full international against Wales on October 18 and
April 8, 1947 George Penrose, outside right of Hall, Russell’s, the Aberdeen junior club, has been chosen for Scotland against Wales at Dens Park on
February 6, 1945 Ronnie Sewell, former Burnley and Blackburn Rovers goalkeeper, who was capped for England against Wales in 1924, has died in hospital at
Thursday, February 10 – 1944 Proceeds of the England v Scotland soccer international at Wembley Stadium on February 19, will total £18,000, the biggest contribution
Sunday, September 13 – 1942 Mr. Jack Parkinson, the former Liverpool Football Club centre-forward, who played for England against Scotland and Wales in 1910, died
Wednesday July 15 – 1942 The Football Association yesterday issued a list of representative matches arranged for the 1942-43 season. War charities will benefit from
June 4, 1942 The Welsh XI to play Western Command at Wrexham next Saturday evening will be selected from the following fourteen players: – George
May 28, 1942 Liverpool have two blanks yet to fill before their side against Everton, at Anfield, in the Liverpool Senior Cup final is complete.
March 15, 1934 One of the most important transfers of the season was that yesterday of Ernest Blenkinsop, the famous Sheffield Wednesday and England international
December 4, 1933 William George, the former Aston Villa and England goalkeeper, has died in Selly Oak Hospital, Birmingham, aged 59. He joined the Villa
October 5, 1932 Tom Bromilow, the former Liverpool and England left half back, has been appointed secretary-manager to Burnley Football Club, in succession to Mr.
March 6, 1923 The following team was on Tuesday night chosen to represent Scotland against Wales at Paisley on March 17: – William Harper (Hibernian),
February 19, 1923 After careful examination of an extraordinary number of applications for the post of team-manager to the Liverpool Association Club, now threatening to
Saturday, February 4 – 1922 International, British Championship 1921-22, at The Racecourse (Wrexham). Wales – Scotland 2-1 (2-0). Attendance: 7,000. Referee: Mr. Arthur Ward (England).
March 15, 1920 International: British Championship, at Highbury. England – Wales 1-2 (1-2). Attendance: 21,180. Referee: Mr. Alex Jackson. England (2-3-5): Sam Hardy (Aston Villa),
February 26, 1920 International: British Championship, at Ninian Park (Cardiff). Wales – Scotland 1-1 (1-0). Attendance: 16,000; gate receipts: £1,800. Referee: Mr. Jim Mason (England).
October 19, 1918 Second-Lieutenant Joe Dines, the King’s (Liverpool) Regiment, killed in France, was one of the most popular footballers in London, and one of
September 24, 1918 Links with the past keep on snapping. Football in Liverpool without either Tom Watson or William Cuff will not seem quite the
May 15, 1915 Alick Raisbeck pays rare tribute to late Tom Watson. Why the Liverpool secretary was so successful. Unusual spectacle at International with England.
March 17, 1913 International, British Championship, at Ashton Gate (Bristol). England – Wales 4-3 (3-1). Attendance: 8,000. Referee: Mr. Alex Jackson (Scotland). England (2-3-5): Ernie
March 3, 1913 International, British Championship, at Racecourse (Wrexham). Wales – Scotland 0-0 (0-0). Attendance: 4,500. Referee: Isaac Baker (England). Wales (2-3-5): William Bailiff (Llanelli),
January 18, 1913 International, British Championship, at Grosvenor Park (Belfast). Ireland v Wales 0-1 (0-1). Attendance: 8,000. Referee: Mr. John Pearson (England). Ireland (2-3-5): William