England - International Results 1930-1939 - Details


Overview File
1920-1929
1940-1949

Key: (All details provided where known)
MATCHTYPE
Date, Location, Stadium, Crowd
VERSUS SCORE [HALF TIME]
Scorer(s): Player time (Score after goal)

Player                  [Club] [Caps/Goals]
>Sub Time  Substitute   [Club] [Caps/Goals]
[COACH]
Opponents details provided where known
Referee (Country)

Note: "first" names listed are those under which the players were commonly known at the
      time; in a substantial number of cases, these do not correspond to their official
      first names (but e.g. to their "second" or "middle" names or variations thereof);
      in cases where the commonly used name is uncertain, both first and second names
      are given.  Many thanks to Cris Freddi for information on this topic.

1930

HOME INTERNATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
05/04/1930, London, Wembley Stadium, 87.375
ENGLAND 5-2 SCOTLAND [HT 4-0]
Scorers:
England: Victor Watson 11', 28', Ellis Rimmer 30', 55', David Jack 33'
Scotland: James Fleming 49', 62'

ENGLAND:
Henry Hibbs                  [Birmingham City]          [2/0]
Roy Goodall                  [Huddersfield Town]        [10/0]
Ernest Blenkinsop            [Sheffield Wednesday]      [11/0]
Alfred Strange               [Sheffield Wednesday]      [1/0]
Maurice Webster              [Middlesbrough]            [1/0]
William Marsden              [Sheffield Wednesday]      [2/0]
Samuel Crooks                [Derby County]             [1/0]
David Jack [c]               [Arsenal]                  [5/2]
Victor Watson                [West Ham United]          [3/4]
Joe Bradford                 [Birmingham City]          [9/4]
Ellis Rimmer                 [Sheffield Wednesday]      [1/2]
[COACH: Thomas Whittaker]
SCO: John Harkness, Douglas Gray, Thomas Law, John Buchanan, David Meiklejohn, 
Thomas Craig, Alexander Jackson, Alexander James, James Fleming, George Stevenson, 
Alan Morton
Referee: McLean (Northern Ireland)

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
10/05/1930, Berlin-Grunewald, Deutsches Stadion, 50.000
GERMANY 3-3 ENGLAND [HT 1-2]
Scorers:
Germany: Richard Hofmann 21', 49', 60'
England: Joe Bradford 8', 31', David Jack 83'

GER: Willibald Kress, Franz Schutz, Hans Stubb, Konrad Heidkamp, Ludwig Leinberger, 
Hugo Mantel, Josef Bergmaier, Josef Pottinger, Ernst Kuzorra, Richard Hofmann, 
Ludwig Hofmann
ENGLAND:
Henry Hibbs                  [Birmingham City]          [3/0]
Roy Goodall [c]              [Huddersfield Town]        [11/0]
Ernest Blenkinsop            [Sheffield Wednesday]      [12/0]
Alfred Strange               [Sheffield Wednesday]      [2/0]
Maurice Webster              [Middlesbrough]            [2/0]
William Marsden              [Sheffield Wednesday]      [3/0]
Samuel Crooks                [Derby County]             [2/0]
David Jack                   [Arsenal]                  [6/3]
Victor Watson                [West Ham United]          [4/4]
Joe Bradford                 [Birmingham City]          [10/6]
Ellis Rimmer                 [Sheffield Wednesday]      [2/2]
[COACH: Committee]
Referee: Mutters (Netherlands)
Note: At Half Time, William Marsden was forced to retire with spinal injuries.

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
14/05/1930, Vienna, Praterstadion, 61.000
AUSTRIA 0-0 ENGLAND [HT 0-0]

AUT: Rudolf Hiden, Karl Rainer, Johann Tandler, Johann Klima, Leopold Hofmann, 
Johann Luef, Ignaz Siegl, Walter Nausch, Friedrich Gschwiedl, Johann Horvath, 
Ferdinand Wessely
ENGLAND:
Henry Hibbs                  [Birmingham City]          [4/0]
Roy Goodall [c]              [Huddersfield Town]        [12/0]
Ernest Blenkinsop            [Sheffield Wednesday]      [13/0]
Alfred Strange               [Sheffield Wednesday]      [3/0]
Samuel Cowan                 [Manchester City]          [2/0]
Maurice Webster              [Middlesbrough]            [3/0]
Samuel Crooks                [Derby County]             [3/0]
David Jack                   [Arsenal]                  [7/3]
Victor Watson                [West Ham United]          [5/4]
Joe Bradford                 [Birmingham City]          [11/6]
Ellis Rimmer                 [Sheffield Wednesday]      [3/2]
[COACH: Committee]
Referee: Mutters (Netherlands)

HOME INTERNATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
20/10/1930, Sheffield, Bramall Lane, 35.000
ENGLAND 5-1 NORTHERN IRELAND [HT 5-0]
Scorers:
England: Harry Burgess 15', 35', James Hampson 25', Samuel Crooks 30', 
Eric Houghton 40'
Northern Ireland: James Dunne

ENGLAND:
Henry Hibbs                  [Birmingham City]          [5/0]
Roy Goodall [c]              [Huddersfield Town]        [13/0]
Ernest Blenkinsop            [Sheffield Wednesday]      [14/0]
Alfred Strange               [Sheffield Wednesday]      [4/0]
Tony Leach                   [Sheffield Wednesday]      [1/0]
Austin Campbell              [Huddersfield Town]        [3/0]
Samuel Crooks                [Derby County]             [4/1]
Gordon Hodgson               [Liverpool]                [1/0]
James Hampson                [Blackpool]                [1/1]
Harry Burgess                [Sheffield Wednesday]      [1/2]
Eric Houghton                [Aston Villa]              [1/1]
[COACH: Committee]
NIR: Elisha Scott, Andrew McCluggage, Robert Fulton, John Jones, William Reid, 
William McCleery, Henry Duggan, Robert Irvine, James Dunne, William Gillespie, 
Harold McCaw
Referee: Thomson (Scotland)
Note: Alfred Strange missed a penalty in the second half.

HOME INTERNATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
22/11/1930, Wrexham, Racecourse Ground, 11.282
WALES 0-4 ENGLAND [HT 0-2]
Scorers:
England: James Hampson 12', 70', Gordon Hodgson 35', Joe Bradford 72'

WAL: Len Evans, Frederick Dewey, Wynn Crompton, William Rogers, Frederick Keenor, 
Emrys Ellis, Albert Williams, John Neal, Thomas Bamford, Walter Robbins, William 
Thomas
ENGLAND:
Henry Hibbs                  [Birmingham City]          [6/0]
Roy Goodall [c]              [Huddersfield Town]        [14/0]
Ellis Blenkinsop             [Sheffield Wednesday]      [15/0]
Alfred Strange               [Sheffield Wednesday]      [5/0]
Tony Leach                   [Sheffield Wednesday]      [2/0]
Austin Campbell              [Huddersfield Town]        [4/0]
Samuel Crooks                [Derby County]             [5/1]
Gordon Hodgson               [Liverpool]                [2/1]
James Hampson                [Blackpool]                [2/3]
Joe Bradford                 [Birmingham City]          [12/7]
Eric Houghton                [Aston Villa]              [2/1]
[COACH: Committee]
Referee: Watson (Scotland)

1931

HOME INTERNATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
28/03/1931, Glasgow, Hampden Park, 129.810
SCOTLAND 2-0 ENGLAND [HT 0-0]
Scorers:
Scotland: George Stevenson 61', James McGrory 64'

SCO: John Thomson, Daniel Blair, Joseph Nibloe, Colin McNab, David Meiklejohn, John 
Miller, Alexander Archibald, George Stevenson, James McGrory, Robert McPhail, Alan 
Morton
ENGLAND:
Henry Hibbs                  [Birmingham City]          [7/0]
Roy Goodall [c]              [Huddersfield Town]        [15/0]
Ernest Blenkinsop            [Sheffield Wednesday]      [16/0]
Alfred Strange               [Sheffield Wednesday]      [6/0]
Herbert Roberts              [Arsenal]                  [1/0]
Austin Campbell              [Huddersfield Town]        [5/0]
Samuel Crooks                [Derby County]             [6/1]
Gordon Hodgson               [Liverpool]                [3/1]
Dixie Dean                   [Everton]                  [14/17]
Harry Burgess                [Sheffield Wednesday]      [2/2]
John Crawford                [Chelsea]                  [1/0]
[COACH: Committee]
Referee: Atwood (Wales)

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
14/05/1931, Colombes, Stade Olympique, 35.000
FRANCE 5-2 ENGLAND [HT 3-1]
Scorers:
France: Lucien Laurent 15', Robert Mercier 18', 76', Marcel Langiller 29', 
Edmond Delfour 57'
England: Samuel Crooks 10', Thomas Waring 71'

FRA: Alexis Thépot, Marcel Capelle, Etienne Mattler, Louis Finot, Joseph Kaucsar, 
Pierre Hornus, Ernest Liberati, Edmond Delfour, Robert Mercier, Lucien Laurent, 
Marcel Langiller
ENGLAND:
Hugh Turner                  [Huddersfield Town]        [1/0]
Thomas Cooper                [Derby County]             [8/0]
Ernest Blenkinsop            [Sheffield Wednesday]      [17/0]
Alfred Strange [c]           [Sheffield Wednesday]      [7/0]
Thomas Graham                [Nottingham Forest]        [1/0]
Joseph Tate                  [Aston Villa]              [1/0]
Samuel Crooks                [Derby County]             [7/2]
George Stephenson            [Sheffield Wednesday]      [3/2]
Thomas Waring                [Aston Villa]              [1/1]
Harry Burgess                [Sheffield Wednesday]      [3/2]
Eric Houghton                [Aston Villa]              [3/1]
[COACH: Committee]
Referee: Langenus (Belgium)

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
16/05/1931, Brussels, Molenbeek (Stade Charles Malis) Stadium, 30.000
BELGIUM 1-4 ENGLAND [HT 1-1]
Scorers:
Belgium: Jean Capelle 36'
England: Eric Houghton 42'pen, Harry Burgess 65', 75', Henry Roberts 80'

BEL: Arnold Badjou, Theodoor Nouwens, Constant Joacim, Charles Simons, August 
Hellemans, Jacques Moeschal, Louis Versyp, Bernard Voorhoof, Jean Capelle, Joseph 
van Beeck, Stanley Vanden Eynde
ENGLAND:
Hugh Turner                  [Huddersfield Town]        [2/0]
Roy Goodall                  [Huddersfield Town]        [16/0]
Ernest Blenkinsop            [Sheffield Wednesday]      [18/0]
Alfred Strange [c]           [Sheffield Wednesday]      [8/0]
Samuel Cowan                 [Manchester City]          [3/0]
Joseph Tate                  [Aston Villa]              [2/0]
Samuel Crooks                [Derby County]             [8/2]
Henry Roberts                [Millwall]                 [1/1]
Thomas Waring                [Aston Villa]              [2/1]
Harry Burgess                [Sheffield Wednesday]      [4/4]
Eric Houghton                [Aston Villa]              [4/2]
[COACH: Committee]
Referee: Bauwens (Germany)

HOME INTERNATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
17/10/1931, Belfast, Windsor Park, 40.000
NORTHERN IRELAND 2-6 ENGLAND [HT 1-3]
Scorers:
Northern Ireland: James Dunne, James Kelly
England: John Smith 10', Thomas Waring 12', 50', Ernest Hine 30', 
Eric Houghton 60', 85'

NIR: Alfred Gardiner, Samuel Russell, Robert Fulton, Robert McDonald, John Jones, 
William Mitchell, James Chambers, P McConnell, James Dunne, James McCambridge, 
James Kelly
ENGLAND:
Henry Hibbs                  [Birmingham City]          [8/0]
Roy Goodall [c]              [Huddersfield Town]        [17/0]
Ernest Blenkinsop            [Sheffield Wednesday]      [19/0]
Alfred Strange               [Sheffield Wednesday]      [9/0]
Thomas Graham                [Nottingham Forest]        [2/0]
Austin Campbell              [Huddersfield Town]        [6/0]
Samuel Crooks                [Derby County]             [9/2]
John Smith                   [Portsmouth]               [1/1]
Thomas Waring                [Aston Villa]              [3/3]
Ernest Hine                  [Leicester City]           [5/3]
Eric Houghton                [Aston Villa]              [5/4]
[COACH: Committee]
Referee: Watson (Scotland)

HOME INTERNATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
18/11/1931, Liverpool, Anfield, 15.000
ENGLAND 3-1 WALES [HT 1-1]
Scorers:
England: John Smith 25', Samuel Crooks 50', Ernest Hine 65'
Wales: Walter Robbins

ENGLAND:
Henry Hibbs                  [Birmingham City]          [9/0]
Thomas Cooper                [Derby County]             [9/0]
Ernest Blenkinsop            [Sheffield Wednesday]      [20/0]
Alfred Strange [c]           [Sheffield Wednesday]      [10/0]
Charles Gee                  [Everton]                  [1/0]
Austin Campbell              [Huddersfield Town]        [7/0]
Samuel Crooks                [Derby County]             [10/3]
John Smith                   [Portsmouth]               [2/2]
Thomas Waring                [Aston Villa]              [4/3]
Ernest Hine                  [Leicester City]           [6/4]
Cliff Bastin                 [Arsenal]                  [1/0]
[COACH: Committee]
WAL: Albert Gray, Benjamin Williams, Benjamin Ellis, Charlie Jones, Thomas 
Griffiths, Robert John, Cuthbert Phillips, Eugene O'Callaghan, David Astley, Walter 
Robbins, Frederick Cook
Referee: Bunnell (England)

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
09/12/1931, London, Highbury, 55.000
ENGLAND 7-1 SPAIN [HT 3-0]
Scorers:
England: John Smith 2', 44', Thomas Johnson 3', 70', Samuel Crooks 50', 85', 
Dixie Dean 60'
Spain: Guillermo Gorostiza

ENGLAND:
Henry Hibbs                  [Birmingham City]          [10/0]
Thomas Cooper                [Derby County]             [10/0]
Ernest Blenkinsop [c]        [Sheffield Wednesday]      [21/0]
Alfred Strange               [Sheffield Wednesday]      [11/0]
Charles Gee                  [Everton]                  [2/0]
Austin Campbell              [Huddersfield Town]        [8/0]
Samuel Crooks                [Derby County]             [11/5]
John Smith                   [Portsmouth]               [3/4]
Dixie Dean                   [Everton]                  [15/18]
Thomas Johnson               [Everton]                  [3/5]
Ellis Rimmer                 [Sheffield Wednesday]      [4/2]
[COACH: Committee]
ESP: Ricardo Zamora, Ramón Zabalo, Jacinto Quincoces, Leonardo Cilaurren, Francisco 
Gamborena, Roberto, Martín Vantolra, Leon, Samitier, Juan Merrero "Hilario", 
Guillermo Gorostiza
Referee: Bauwens (Germany)

1932

HOME INTERNATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
09/04/1932, London, Wembley Stadium, 92.180
ENGLAND 3-0 SCOTLAND [HT 1-0]
Scorers:
England: Thomas Waring 36', Robert Barclay 80', Samuel Crooks 88'

ENGLAND:
Harold Pearson               [West Bromwich Albion]     [1/0]
George Shaw                  [West Bromwich Albion]     [1/0]
Ernest Blenkinsop [c]        [Sheffield Wednesday]      [22/0]
Alfred Strange               [Sheffield Wednesday]      [12/0]
James O'Dowd                 [Chelsea]                  [1/0]
Samuel Weaver                [Newcastle United]         [1/0]
Samuel Crooks                [Derby County]             [12/6]
Robert Barclay               [Sheffield Wednesday]      [1/1]
Thomas Waring                [Aston Villa]              [5/4]
Thomas Johnson               [Everton]                  [4/5]
Eric Houghton                [Aston Villa]              [6/4]
[COACH: Committee]
SCO: Thomas Hamilton, James Crapnell, Joseph Nibloe, Colin McNab, Allan Craig, 
George Brown, Alexander Archibald, James Marshall, Neil Dewar, Charles Napier, Alan 
Morton
Referee: Thompson (Northern Ireland)

HOME INTERNATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
17/10/1932, Blackpool, Bloomfield Road, 23.000
ENGLAND 1-0 NORTHERN IRELAND [HT 1-0]
Scorer:
England: Robert Barclay 30'

ENGLAND:
Henry Hibbs                  [Birmingham City]          [11/0]
Roy Goodall                  [Huddersfield Town]        [18/0]
Ernest Blenkinsop [c]        [Sheffield Wednesday]      [23/0]
Alfred Strange               [Sheffield Wednesday]      [13/0]
James O'Dowd                 [Chelsea]                  [2/0]
Samuel Weaver                [Newcastle United]         [2/0]
Samuel Crooks                [Derby County]             [13/6]
Robert Barclay               [Sheffield Wednesday]      [2/2]
Dixie Dean                   [Everton]                  [16/18]
Thomas Johnson               [Everton]                  [5/5]
Arthur Cunliffe              [Blackburn Rovers]         [1/0]
[COACH: Committee]
NIR: Elisha Scott, William Cook, Robert Fulton, William Mitchell, John Jones, 
William McCleery, Henry Duggan, P Moore, James Dunne, J Doherty, James Kelly
Referee: Watson (Scotland)

HOME INTERNATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
16/11/1932, Wrexham, Racecourse Ground, 25.250
WALES 0-0 ENGLAND [HT 0-0]

WAL: William John, Benjamin Williams, Benjamin Ellis, Jimmy Murphy, Thomas 
Griffiths, David Richards, Frederick Warren, Eugene O'Callaghan, David Astley, 
Walter Robbins, David Lewis
ENGLAND:
Henry Hibbs                  [Birmingham City]          [12/0]
Roy Goodall                  [Huddersfield Town]        [19/0]
Ernest Blenkinsop            [Sheffield Wednesday]      [24/0]
Lewis Stoker                 [Birmingham City]          [1/0]
Alfred Young                 [Huddersfield Town]        [1/0]
Samuel Crooks                [Derby County]             [14/6]
David Jack [c]               [Arsenal]                  [8/3]
George Brown                 [Aston Villa]              [9/5]
Joseph Tate                  [Aston Villa]              [3/0]
Edward Sandford              [West Bromwich Albion]     [1/0]
Arthur Cunliffe              [Blackburn Rovers]         [2/0]
[COACH: Committee]
Referee: Thompson (Northern Ireland)

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
07/12/1932, London, Stamford Bridge, 42.000
ENGLAND 4-3 AUSTRIA [HT 2-0]
Scorers:
England: Samuel Crooks 5', James Hampson 27', 82', Eric Houghton 77'
Austria: Karl Zischek 51', 87', Matthias Sindelar 80'

ENGLAND:
Henry Hibbs                  [Birmingham City]          [13/0]
Roy Goodall                  [Huddersfield Town]        [20/0]
Ernest Blenkinsop            [Sheffield Wednesday]      [25/0]
Alfred Strange               [Sheffield Wednesday]      [14/0]
Ernest Hart                  [Leeds United]             [4/0]
Errington Keen               [Derby County]             [1/0]
Samuel Crooks                [Derby County]             [15/7]
David Jack                   [Arsenal]                  [9/3]
James Hampson                [Blackpool]                [3/5]
William Walker [c]           [Aston Villa]              [18/9]
Eric Houghton                [Aston Villa]              [7/5]
[COACH: Committee]
AUT: Rudolf Hiden, Karl Rainer, Karl Szestak, Karl Gall, Josef Smistik, Walter 
Nausch, Karl Zischek, Friedrich Gschweidl, Matthias Sindelar, Anton Schall, Adolf 
Vogl
Referee: Langenus (Belgium)

1933

HOME INTERNATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
01/04/1933, Glasgow, Hampden Park, 134.170
SCOTLAND 2-1 ENGLAND [HT 1-1]
Scorers:
Scotland: James McGrory 5', 80'
England: George Hunt 30'

SCO: John Jackson, Andrew Anderson, William McGonagle, Peter Wilson, Robert 
Gillespie, George Brown, James Crawford, James Marshall, James McGrory, Robert 
McPhail, Douglas Duncan
ENGLAND:
Henry Hibbs                  [Birmingham City]          [14/0]
Thomas Cooper                [Derby County]             [11/0]
Ernest Blenkinsop [c]        [Sheffield Wednesday]      [26/0]
Alfred Strange               [Sheffield Wednesday]      [15/0]
Ernest Hart                  [Leeds United]             [5/0]
Samuel Weaver                [Newcastle United]         [3/0]
Joseph Hulme                 [Arsenal]                  [9/4]
Ronald Starling              [Sheffield Wednesday]      [1/0]
George Hunt                  [Tottenham Hotspur]        [1/1]
John Pickering               [Sheffield United]         [1/0]
John Arnold                  [Fulham]                   [1/0]
[COACH: Committee]
Referee: Thompson (Northern Ireland)

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
13/05/1933, Rome, Stadio Nazionale, 50.000
ITALY 1-1 ENGLAND [HT 1-1]
Scorers:
Italy: Giovanni Ferrari 4'
England: Cliff Bastin 24'

ITA: Giampiero Combi, Virginio Rosetta, Umberto Caligaris, Pizziolo, Luisito Monti, 
Luigi Bertolini, Costantino, Giuseppe Meazza, Angelo Schiavio, Giovanni Ferrari, 
Raimondo Orsi
ENGLAND:
Henry Hibbs                  [Birmingham City]          [15/0]
Roy Goodall [c]              [Huddersfield Town]        [21/0]
Edris Hapgood                [Arsenal]                  [1/0]
Alfred Strange               [Sheffield Wednesday]      [16/0]
David White                  [Manchester City]          [1/0]
Wilfred Copping              [Leeds United]             [1/0]
Albert Geldard               [Everton]                  [1/0]
James Richardson             [Newcastle United]         [1/0]
George Hunt                  [Tottenham Hotspur]        [2/1]
William Furness              [Leeds United]             [1/0]
Cliff Bastin                 [Arsenal]                  [2/1]
[COACH: Herbert Chapman]
Referee: Bauwens (Germany)

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
25/05/1933, Berne, Neufeld Stadion, 26.000
SWITZERLAND 0-4 ENGLAND [HT 0-1]
Scorers:
England: Cliff Bastin 15', 75', James Richardson 71', 77'

SUI: Franky Séchehaye, Severino Minelli, Karl Biesler, Gabriele Gilardoni, Otto 
Imhof, Ernst Hufschmid, Willy von Kanel, André Abegglen, Raymond Passello, Max 
Abegglen, Alfred Jaeck
ENGLAND:
Henry Hibbs                  [Birmingham City]          [16/0]
Roy Goodall [c]              [Huddersfield Town]        [22/0]
Edris Hapgood                [Arsenal]                  [2/0]
Alfred Strange               [Sheffield Wednesday]      [17/0]
James O'Dowd                 [Chelsea]                  [3/0]
Wilfred Copping              [Leeds United]             [2/0]
Albert Geldard               [Everton]                  [2/0]
James Richardson             [Newcastle United]         [2/2]
George Hunt                  [Tottenham Hotspur]        [3/1]
Eric Brook                   [Manchester City]          [2/0]
Cliff Bastin                 [Arsenal]                  [3/3]
[COACH: Committee]
Referee: Bauwens (Germany)

HOME INTERNATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
14/10/1933, Belfast, Windsor Park, 40.000
NORTHERN IRELAND 0-3 ENGLAND [HT 0-1]
Scorers:
England: Eric Brook 30', Tom Grosvenor 51', John Bowers 60'

NIR: Elisha Scott, S Reid, Robert Fulton, Walter McMillen, John Jones, S Jones, 
Henry Duggan, Alex Stevenson, David Martin, John Coulter, Thomas Priestley
ENGLAND:
Henry Hibbs                  [Birmingham City]          [17/0]
Roy Goodall [c]              [Huddersfield Town]        [23/0]
Edris Hapgood                [Arsenal]                  [3/0]
Alfred Strange               [Sheffield Wednesday]      [18/0]
James Allen                  [Portsmouth]               [1/0]
Wilfred Copping              [Leeds United]             [3/0]
Samuel Crooks                [Derby County]             [16/7]
Tom Grosvenor                [Birmingham City]          [1/1]
John Bowers                  [Derby County]             [1/1]
Cliff Bastin                 [Arsenal]                  [4/3]
Eric Brook                   [Manchester City]          [3/1]
[COACH: Committee]
Referee: Watson (Scotland)

HOME INTERNATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
15/11/1933, Newcastle, St James Park, 15.000
ENGLAND 1-2 WALES [HT 0-1]
Scorers:
England: Eric Brook 59'
Wales: Thomas Mills, David Astley

WAL: William John, Sidney Lawrence, David Jones, Jimmy Murphy, Thomas Griffiths, 
David Richards, Cuthbert Phillips, Eugene O'Callaghan, David Astley, Thomas Mills, 
William Evans
ENGLAND:
Henry Hibbs                  [Birmingham City]          [18/0]
Roy Goodall [c]              [Huddersfield Town]        [24/0]
Edris Hapgood                [Arsenal]                  [4/0]
Alfred Strange               [Sheffield Wednesday]      [19/0]
James Allen                  [Portsmouth]               [2/0]
Wilfred Copping              [Leeds United]             [4/0]
Samuel Crooks                [Derby County]             [17/7]
Tom Grosvenor                [Birmingham City]          [2/1]
John Bowers                  [Derby County]             [2/1]
Cliff Bastin                 [Arsenal]                  [5/3]
Eric Brook                   [Manchester City]          [4/2]
[COACH: Committee]
Referee: Thompson (Northern Ireland)
Note: James Allen retired after 36'.

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
06/12/1933, London, White Hart Lane, 17.097
ENGLAND 4-1 FRANCE [HT 3-0]
Scorers:
England: George Camsell 14', 41', Eric Brook 21', Tom Grosvenor 53'
France: Emile Veinante 78'

FRA: Robert Défossé, Jules Vandooren, Etienne Mattler, Célestin Delmer, Maurice 
Banide, Edmond Delfour, Roger Courtois, René Gérard, Jean Nicolas, Roger Rio, Emile 
Veinante
ENGLAND:
Henry Hibbs                  [Birmingham City]          [19/0]
Roy Goodall [c]              [Huddersfield Town]        [25/0]
David Fairhurst              [Newcastle United]         [1/0]
Alfred Strange               [Sheffield Wednesday]      [20/0]
Arthur Rowe                  [Tottenham Hotspur]        [1/0]
Wilfred Copping              [Leeds United]             [5/0]
Samuel Crooks                [Derby County]             [18/7]
Tom Grosvenor                [Birmingham City]          [3/2]
George Camsell               [Middlesbrough]            [5/13]
Willie Hall                  [Tottenham Hotspur]        [1/0]
Eric Brook                   [Manchester City]          [5/3]
[COACH: Committee]
Referee: Langenus (Belgium)

1934

TRIAL MATCH (UNOFFICIAL)
19/03/1934, Sunderland, Roker Park
ENGLAND 1-7 THE REST
Scorers: 
England: Charles Willingham
The Rest: Horacio Carter 4, Robert Gurney 2, Eric Brook

ENGLAND:
Harold Morton [Aston Villa], Roy Goodall [Huddersfield Town], Roughton 
[Huddersfield Town], Charles Willingham [Huddersfield Town], James Allen 
(Portsmouth], Wilfred Copping [Leeds United], Fred Worrall [Portsmouth], Joseph 
Beresford [Aston Villa], Jack Milsom [Bolton Wanderers], Ray Westwood [Bolton 
Wanderers], Cliff Bastin [Arsenal]
THE REST: Joe Nicholls [Tottenham Hotspur], Thomas Cooper [Derby County], Edris 
Hapgood [Arsenal], Lewis Stoker [Birmingham City], Ernest Hart [Leeds United], 
Samuel Weaver [Newcastle United], Stanley Matthews [Stoke City], Horacio Carter 
[Sunderland], Robert Gurney [Sunderland], William Furness [Leeds United], Eric 
Brook [Manchester City]
Referee: Thompson (England)

HOME INTERNATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
14/04/1934, London, Wembley Stadium, 92.363
ENGLAND 3-0 SCOTLAND [HT 1-0]
Scorers:
England: Cliff Bastin 43', Eric Brook 80', John Bowers 88'

ENGLAND:
Frank Moss                   [Arsenal]                  [1/0]
Thomas Cooper [c]            [Derby County]             [12/0]
Edris Hapgood                [Arsenal]                  [5/0]
Lewis Stoker                 [Birmingham City]          [2/0]
Ernest Hart                  [Leeds United]             [6/0]
Wilfred Copping              [Leeds United]             [6/0]
Samuel Crooks                [Derby County]             [19/7]
Horatio Carter               [Sunderland]               [1/0]
John Bowers                  [Derby County]             [3/2]
Cliff Bastin                 [Arsenal]                  [6/4]
Eric Brook                   [Manchester City]          [6/4]
[COACH: Committee]
SCO: John Jackson, Andrew Anderson, William McGonagle, Alexander Massie, Thomas 
Smith, John Miller, William Cook, James Marshall, Hugh Gallacher, George Stevenson, 
James Connor
Referee: Thompson (Northern Ireland)

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
10/05/1934, Budapest, Ulloi Stadium, 35.000
HUNGARY 2-1 ENGLAND [HT 0-0]
Scorers:
Hungary: Gyorgy Sarosi, Istvan Avar
England: Fred Tilson 84'

HUN: Jozsef Hada, Jozsef Vago, Laszlo Sternberg, Antal Szalay, Gyorgy Szuks, Gyula 
Lazar, Attila Rokk, Istvan Avar, Gyorgy Sarosi, Geza Toldi, Tibor Kemeny
ENGLAND:
Frank Moss                   [Arsenal]                  [2/0]
Thomas Cooper [c]            [Derby County]             [13/0]
Edris Hapgood                [Arsenal]                  [6/0]
Lewis Stoker                 [Birmingham City]          [3/0]
Ernest Hart                  [Leeds United]             [7/0]
Horace Burrows               [Sheffield Wednesday]      [1/0]
Samuel Crooks                [Derby County]             [20/7]
Horatio Carter               [Sunderland]               [2/0]
Fred Tilson                  [Manchester City]          [1/1]
Cliff Bastin                 [Arsenal]                  [7/4]
Eric Brook                   [Manchester City]          [7/4]
[COACH: Committee]
Referee: Barlassina (Italy)

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
16/05/1934, Prague, Sparta-Letná Stadion, 35.000
CZECHOSLOVAKIA 2-1 ENGLAND [HT 1-1]
Scorers:
Czechoslovakia: Oldrich Nejedly 42', Antonin Puc 62'
England: Fred Tilson 20'

TCH: Frantisek Planicka, Ladislav Zenisek, Josef Ctyroky, Josef Kostalek, Stefan 
Cambal, Rudolf Krcil, Frantisek Junek, Josef Silny, Jiri Sobotka, Oldrich Nejedly, 
Antonin Puc
ENGLAND:
Frank Moss                   [Arsenal]                  [3/0]
Thomas Cooper [c]            [Derby County]             [14/0]
Edris Hapgood                [Arsenal]                  [7/0]
Thomas Gardner               [Aston Villa]              [1/0]
Ernest Hart                  [Leeds United]             [8/0]
Horace Burrows               [Sheffield Wednesday]      [2/0]
Samuel Crooks                [Derby County]             [21/7]
Joseph Beresford             [Aston Villa]              [1/0]
Fred Tilson                  [Manchester City]          [2/2]
Cliff Bastin                 [Arsenal]                  [8/4]
Eric Brook                   [Manchester City]          [8/4]
[COACH: Committee]
Referee: Langenus (Belgium)

HOME INTERNATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
29/09/1934, Cardiff, Ninian Park, 51.000
WALES 0-4 ENGLAND [HT 0-2]
Scorers:
England: Fred Tilson 10', 85', Eric Brook 30', Stanley Matthews 84'

WAL: William John, Sidney Lawrence, David Jones, Jimmy Murphy, Thomas Griffiths, 
David Richards, Cuthbert Phillips, Eugene O'Callaghan, Ronald Williams, Thomas 
Mills, William Evans
ENGLAND:
Henry Hibbs                  [Birmingham City]          [20/0]
Thomas Cooper [c]            [Derby County]             [15/0]
Edris Hapgood                [Arsenal]                  [8/0]
Cliff Britton                [Everton]                  [1/0]
John Barker                  [Derby County]             [1/0]
John Bray                    [Manchester City]          [1/0]
Stanley Matthews             [Stoke City]               [1/1]
Ray Bowden                   [Arsenal]                  [1/0]
Fred Tilson                  [Manchester City]          [3/4]
Ray Westwood                 [Bolton Wanderers]         [1/0]
Eric Brook                   [Manchester City]          [9/5]
[COACH: Committee]
Referee: Thompson (Northern Ireland)

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
14/11/1934, London, Highbury, 56.044
ENGLAND 3-2 ITALY [HT 3-0]
Scorers:
England: Eric Brook 3', 10', Ted Drake 12'
Italy: Giuseppe Meazza 58', 62'

ENGLAND:
Frank Moss                   [Arsenal]                  [4/0]
George Male                  [Arsenal]                  [1/0]
Edris Hapgood [c]            [Arsenal]                  [9/0]
Cliff Britton                [Everton]                  [2/0]
John Barker                  [Derby County]             [2/0]
Wilfred Copping              [Arsenal]                  [7/0]
Stanley Matthews             [Stoke City]               [2/1]
Ray Bowden                   [Arsenal]                  [2/0]
Ted Drake                    [Arsenal]                  [1/1]
Cliff Bastin                 [Arsenal]                  [9/4]
Eric Brook                   [Manchester City]          [10/7]
[COACH: Committee]
ITA: Carlo Ceresoli, Eraldo Monzeglio, Luigi Allemandi, Attilio Ferraris, Luisito 
Monti, Luigi Bertolini, Enrico Guaita, Pietro Serantoni, Giuseppe Meazza, Giovanni 
Ferrari, Raimondo Orsi
Referee: Olsson (Sweden)
Note: Eric Brook had a penalty saved after 1'.

1935

HOME INTERNATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
06/02/1935, Liverpool, Goodison Park, 32.000
ENGLAND 2-1 NORTHERN IRELAND [HT 1-0]
Scorers:
England: Cliff Bastin 18', 70'
Northern Ireland: Alex Stevenson

ENGLAND:
Henry Hibbs                  [Birmingham City]          [21/0]
George Male                  [Arsenal]                  [2/0]
Edris Hapgood [c]            [Arsenal]                  [10/0]
Cliff Britton                [Everton]                  [3/0]
John Barker                  [Derby County]             [3/0]
Wilfred Copping              [Arsenal]                  [8/0]
Samuel Crooks                [Derby County]             [22/7]
John Bestall                 [Grimsby Town]             [1/0]
Ted Drake                    [Arsenal]                  [2/1]
Cliff Bastin                 [Arsenal]                  [10/6]
Eric Brook                   [Manchester City]          [11/7]
[COACH: Committee]
NIR: Tommy Breen, William Cook, Robert Fulton, William Gowdy, John Jones, William 
Mitchell, John Brown, Peter Doherty, David Martin, Alex Stevenson, John Coulter
Referee: Webb (Scotland)

HOME INTERNATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
06/04/1935, Glasgow, Hampden Park, 129.693
SCOTLAND 2-0 ENGLAND [HT 1-0]
Scorers:
Scotland: Douglas Duncan 44', 51'

SCO: John Jackson, Andrew Anderson, George Cummings, Alexander Massie, James 
Simpson, George Brown, Charles Napier, Thomas Walker, Hugh Gallacher, Robert 
McPhail, Douglas Duncan
ENGLAND:
Henry Hibbs                  [Birmingham City]          [22/0]
George Male                  [Arsenal]                  [3/0]
Edris Hapgood [c]            [Arsenal]                  [11/0]
Cliff Britton                [Everton]                  [4/0]
John Barker                  [Derby County]             [4/0]
Walter Alsford               [Tottenham Hotspur]        [1/0]
Albert Geldard               [Everton]                  [3/0]
Cliff Bastin                 [Arsenal]                  [11/6]
Robert Gurney                [Sunderland]               [1/0]
Ray Westwood                 [Bolton Wanderers]         [2/0]
Eric Brook                   [Manchester City]          [12/7]
[COACH: Committee]
Referee: Thompson (Northern Ireland)

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL (KING GEORGE V JUBILEE FUND-UNOFFICIAL)
08/05/1935, London, Highbury Stadium, 8.944
ENGLAND XI 0-1 ANGLO-SCOTS [HT 0-0]
Scorer:
Anglo-Scots: George Mutch

ENGLAND XI: H Wright (Charlton Athletic), Fred Channell (Tottenham Hotspur), Edris 
Hapgood (Arsenal), Jack Crayston (Arsenal), Bernard Joy (Casuals), Harold Miller 
(Chelsea), John Morton (West Ham United), Ray Bowden (Arsenal), Jack Holliday 
(Brentford), Willie Hall (Tottenham Hotspur), Harold Hobbis (Charlton Athletic)
Anglo-Scots: John Jackson, Joseph Nibloe, Daniel Blair, J Hutchinson, Robert Salmond, 
John Thomson, Fred Hill, J Beattie, J Maxwell, George Mutch, William Cook
Referee: Brown (England)

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
18/05/1935, Amsterdam, Olympisch Stadion, 33.000
NETHERLANDS 0-1 ENGLAND [HT 0-0]
Scorer:
England: Fred Worrall 51'

NED: Leo Halle, Wim Anderiesen, Bertus Caldenhove, Sjef van Run, Kees Mijnders, Bas 
Paauwe, Puck van Heel, Daaf Drok, Beb Bakhuys, Frank Wels, Kick Smit
ENGLAND:
Henry Hibbs                  [Birmingham City]          [23/0]
George Male                  [Arsenal]                  [4/0]
Edris Hapgood [c]            [Arsenal]                  [12/0]
Thomas Gardner               [Aston Villa]              [2/0]
John Barker                  [Derby County]             [5/0]
Horace Burrows               [Sheffield Wednesday]      [3/0]
Fred Worrall                 [Portsmouth]               [1/1]
George Eastham               [Bolton Wanderers]         [1/0]
William Richardson           [West Bromwich Albion]     [1/0]
Ray Westwood                 [Bolton Wanderers]         [3/0]
Walter Boyes                 [West Bromwich Albion]     [1/0]
[COACH: Committee]
Referee: Bauwens (Germany)

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL (KING GEORGE V JUBILEE FUND-UNOFFICIAL)
21/08/1935, Glasgow, Hampden Park, 56.316
SCOTLAND 4-2 ENGLAND [HT 3-0]
Scorers:
Scotland: James Delaney, Matthew Armstrong, Thomas Walker 2 (1pen)
England: Ray Westwood, Robert Gurney

SCO: John Jackson, Andrew Anderson, George Cummings, Alexander Massie, James 
Simpson, George Brown, James Delaney, Thomas Walker, Matthew Armstrong, William 
Mills, Douglas Duncan
ENGLAND:
Henry Hibbs                  [Birmingham City]
George Male                  [Arsenal]
Edris Hapgood [c]            [Arsenal]
Cliff Britton                [Everton]
William Millership           [Sheffield Wednesday]
John Bray                    [Manchester City]
John Morton                  [West Ham United]
Horatio Carter               [Sunderland]
Robert Gurney                [Sunderland]
Ray Westwood                 [Bolton Wanderers]
Walter Boyes                 [West Bromwich Albion]
[COACH: Committee]
Referee: Webb (Scotland)

HOME INTERNATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
19/10/1935, Belfast, Windsor Park, 28.000
NORTHERN IRELAND 1-3 ENGLAND [HT 1-0]
Scorers:
Northern Ireland: John Brown
England: Fred Tilson 66', 69', Eric Brook 85'

NIR: Elisha Scott, S Reid, C Allan, William Mitchell, John Jones, Robert Browne, 
John Brown, Keiller McCullough, Joseph Bambrick, Peter Doherty, James Kelly
ENGLAND:
Edward Sagar                 [Everton]                  [1/0]
George Male                  [Arsenal]                  [5/0]
Edris Hapgood [c]            [Arsenal]                  [13/0]
Septimus Smith               [Leicester City]           [1/0]
John Barker                  [Derby County]             [6/0]
John Bray                    [Manchester City]          [2/0]
Ralph Birkett                [Middlesbrough]            [1/0]
Ray Bowden                   [Arsenal]                  [3/0]
Fred Tilson                  [Manchester City]          [4/6]
Ray Westwood                 [Bolton Wanderers]         [4/0]
Eric Brook                   [Manchester City]          [13/8]
[COACH: Committee]
Referee: Webb (Scotland)

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
04/12/1935, London, White Hart Lane, 54.164
ENGLAND 3-0 GERMANY [HT 1-0]
Scorers:
England: George Camsell 35', 50', Cliff Bastin 68'

ENGLAND:
Henry Hibbs                  [Birmingham City]          [24/0]
George Male                  [Arsenal]                  [6/0]
Edris Hapgood [c]            [Arsenal]                  [14/0]
Jack Crayston                [Arsenal]                  [1/0]
John Barker                  [Derby County]             [7/0]
John Bray                    [Manchester City]          [3/0]
Stanley Matthews             [Stoke City]               [3/1]
Horatio Carter               [Sunderland]               [3/0]
George Camsell               [Middlesbrough]            [6/15]
Ray Westwood                 [Bolton Wanderers]         [5/0]
Cliff Bastin                 [Arsenal]                  [12/7]
[COACH: Committee]
GER: Hans Jakob, Siegfried Haringer, Reinhold Munzenberg, Paul Janes, Ludwig 
Goldbrunner, Rudi Gramlich, Ernst Lehner, Fritz Szepan, Karl Hohmann, Josef 
Rasselberg, Josef Fath
Referee: Olsson (Sweden)

1936

HOME INTERNATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
05/02/1936, Wolverhampton, Molineaux Stadium, 22.613
ENGLAND 1-2 WALES [HT 1-0]
Scorers:
England: Ray Bowden 38'
Wales: Dai Astley, Bryn Jones

ENGLAND:
Henry Hibbs                  [Birmingham City]          [25/0]
George Male                  [Arsenal]                  [7/0]
Edris Hapgood [c]            [Arsenal]                  [15/0]
Jack Crayston                [Arsenal]                  [2/0]
John Barker                  [Derby County]             [8/0]
John Bray                    [Manchester City]          [4/0]
Samuel Crooks                [Derby County]             [23/7]
Ray Bowden                   [Arsenal]                  [4/1]
Ted Drake                    [Arsenal]                  [3/1]
Cliff Bastin                 [Arsenal]                  [13/7]
Eric Brook                   [Manchester City]          [14/8]
[COACH: Committee]
WAL: William John, David Jones, Benjamin Ellis, Jimmy Murphy, Harry Hanford, David 
Richards, Idris Hopkins, Cuthbert Phillips, Dai Astley, Bryn Jones, William Evans
Referee: Webb (Scotland)
Note: Ted Drake retired after 40'.

HOME INTERNATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
04/04/1936, London, Wembley Stadium, 93.267
ENGLAND 1-1 SCOTLAND [HT 1-0]
Scorers:
England: George Camsell 30'
Scotland: Thomas Walker 77'pen

ENGLAND:
Edward Sagar                 [Everton]                  [2/0]
George Male                  [Arsenal]                  [8/0]
Edris Hapgood [c]            [Arsenal]                  [16/0]
Jack Crayston                [Arsenal]                  [3/0]
John Barker                  [Derby County]             [9/0]
John Bray                    [Manchester City]          [5/0]
Samuel Crooks                [Derby County]             [24/7]
Robert Barclay               [Sheffield Wednesday]      [3/2]
George Camsell               [Middlesbrough]            [7/16]
Cliff Bastin                 [Arsenal]                  [14/7]
Eric Brook                   [Manchester City]          [15/8]
[COACH: Committee]
SCO: James Dawson, Andrew Anderson, George Cummings, Alexander Massie, James 
Simpson, George Brown, John Crum, Thomas Walker, David McCulloch, Alexander 
Venters, Douglas Duncan
Referee: Hamilton (Northern Ireland)

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
06/05/1936, Vienna, Praterstadion, 60.000
AUSTRIA 2-1 ENGLAND [HT 2-0]
Scorers:
Austria: Rudolf Viertl 12', Rudolf Geiter 17'
England: George Camsell 54'

AUT: Peter Platzer, Karl Szestak, Willibald Schmaus, Johann Urbanek, Johann Mock, 
Walter Nausch, Rudolf Geiter, Josef Stroh, Matthias Sindelar, Josef Bican, Rudolf 
Viertl
ENGLAND:
Edward Sagar                 [Everton]                  [3/0]
George Male                  [Arsenal]                  [9/0]
Edris Hapgood [c]            [Arsenal]                  [17/0]
Jack Crayston                [Arsenal]                  [4/0]
John Barker                  [Derby County]             [10/0]
William Copping              [Arsenal]                  [9/0]
Richard Spence               [Chelsea]                  [1/0]
Ray Bowden                   [Arsenal]                  [5/1]
George Camsell               [Middlesbrough]            [8/17]
Cliff Bastin                 [Arsenal]                  [15/7]
Harold Hobbis                [Charlton Athletic]        [1/0]
[COACH: Committee]
Referee: Langenus (Belgium)

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
09/05/1936, Brussels, Stade du Centenaire, 40.000
BELGIUM 3-2 ENGLAND [HT 0-0]
Scorers:
Belgium: Hendrik Isemborghs 62', 82', Jean Fievez 84'
England: George Camsell 56', Harold Hobbis 88'

BEL: Arnold Badjou, Robert Paverick, Constant Joacim, Pierre Dalem, Emile Stijnen, 
Alfons de Winter, Jean Fievez, Robert Lamoot, Jean Capelle, Henrik Isemborghs, 
Antoine Francxx
ENGLAND:
Edward Sagar                 [Everton]                  [4/0]
George Male                  [Arsenal]                  [10/0]
Edris Hapgood [c]            [Arsenal]                  [18/0]
Jack Crayston                [Arsenal]                  [5/0]
Bernard Joy                  [Casuals]                  [1/0]
William Copping              [Arsenal]                  [10/0]
Richard Spence               [Chelsea]                  [2/0]
Samuel Barkas                [Manchester City]          [1/0]
George Camsell               [Middlesbrough]            [9/18]
Jimmy Nat Cunliffe           [Everton]                  [1/0]
Harold Hobbis                [Charlton Athletic]        [2/1]
[COACH: Committee]
Referee: van Moorsel (Netherlands)

HOME INTERNATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
17/10/1936, Cardiff, Ninian Park, 44.729
WALES 2-1 ENGLAND [HT 0-1]
Scorers:
Wales: Seymour Morris, Ernest Glover
England: Cliff Bastin 44'

WAL: Albert Gray, Herbert Turner, Robert John, John Warner, Tom Griffiths, David 
Richards, Idris Hopkins, Leslie Jones, Ernest Glover, Bryn Jones, Seymour Morris
ENGLAND:
Harry Holdcroft              [Preston North End]        [1/0]
Bert Sproston                [Leeds United]             [1/0]
Ted Catlin                   [Sheffield Wednesday]      [1/0]
Tom Smalley                  [Wolverhampton Wanderers]  [1/0]
John Barker [c]              [Derby County]             [11/0]
Errington Keen               [Derby County]             [2/0]
Samuel Crooks                [Derby County]             [25/7]
William Scott                [Brentford]                [1/0]
Frederick Steele             [Stoke City]               [1/0]
Ray Westwood                 [Bolton Wanderers]         [6/0]
Cliff Bastin                 [Arsenal]                  [16/8]
[COACH: Committee]
Referee: McLean (Northern Ireland)

HOME INTERNATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
18/11/1936, Stoke, Victoria Ground, 47.882
ENGLAND 3-1 NORTHERN IRELAND [HT 1-1]
Scorers:
England: Horatio Carter 30', Cliff Bastin 67', Fred Worrall 75'
Northern Ireland: Thomas Davis

ENGLAND:
Harry Holdcroft              [Preston North End]        [2/0]
George Male [c]              [Arsenal]                  [11/0]
Ted Catlin                   [Sheffield Wednesday]      [2/0]
Cliff Britton                [Everton]                  [5/0]
Charles Gee                  [Everton]                  [3/0]
Errington Keen               [Derby County]             [3/0]
Fred Worrall                 [Portsmouth]               [2/2]
Horatio Carter               [Sunderland]               [4/1]
Frederick Steele             [Stoke City]               [2/0]
Cliff Bastin                 [Arsenal]                  [17/9]
Joseph Johnson               [Stoke City]               [1/0]
[COACH: Committee]
NIR: Tommy Breen, William Cook, Robert Fulton, Keiller McCullough, John Jones, 
William Mitchell, John Brown, Alex Stevenson, Thomas Davis, Peter Doherty, James 
Kelly
Referee: Webb (Scotland)

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
02/12/1936, London, Highbury Stadium, 36.000
ENGLAND 6-2 HUNGARY [HT 3-1]
Scorers:
England: Eric Brook 25', Ted Drake 32', 43', 80', Cliff Britton 52', 
Horatio Carter 87'
Hungary: Jeno Vincze 29', Laszlo Cseh II 48'

ENGLAND:
George Tweedy                [Grimsby Town]             [1/0]
George Male [c]              [Arsenal]                  [12/0]
Ted Catlin                   [Sheffield Wednesday]      [3/0]
Cliff Britton                [Everton]                  [6/1]
Alfred Young                 [Huddersfield Town]        [2/0]
Errington Keen               [Derby County]             [4/0]
Samuel Crooks                [Derby County]             [26/7]
Ray Bowden                   [Arsenal]                  [6/1]
Ted Drake                    [Arsenal]                  [4/4]
Horatio Carter               [Sunderland]               [5/2]
Eric Brook                   [Manchester City]          [16/9]
[COACH: Committee]
HUN: Antal Szabo, Jozsef Vago, Sandór Biro, Gyula Lazar, Gyorgy Sarosi, Janos 
Dudas, Laszlo Sas, Jeno Vincze, Laszlo Cseh II, Gyula Zsengeller, Pal Titkos
Referee: LeClercq (France)

1937

HOME INTERNATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
17/04/1937, Glasgow, Hampden Park, 149.547
SCOTLAND 3-1 ENGLAND [HT 0-1]
Scorers:
Scotland: Francis O'Donnell 47', Robert McPhail 80', 89'
England: Frederick Steele 40'

SCO: James Dawson, Andrew Anderson, Andrew Beattie, Alexander Massie, James 
Simpson, George Brown, James Delaney, Thomas Walker, Francis O'Donnell, Robert 
McPhail, Douglas Duncan
ENGLAND:
Victor Woodley               [Chelsea]                  [1/0]
George Male [c]              [Arsenal]                  [13/0]
Samuel Barkas                [Manchester City]          [2/0]
Cliff Britton                [Everton]                  [7/1]
Alfred Young                 [Huddersfield Town]        [3/0]
John Bray                    [Manchester City]          [6/0]
Stanley Matthews             [Stoke City]               [4/1]
Horatio Carter               [Sunderland]               [6/2]
Frederick Steele             [Stoke City]               [3/1]
Ronald Starling              [Aston Villa]              [2/0]
Joseph Johnson               [Stoke City]               [2/0]
[COACH: Committee]
Referee: McLean (Northern Ireland)
Note: First time England wore shirts with numbers on the back.

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
14/05/1937, Oslo, Ullevaal Stadion, 20.000
NORWAY 0-6 ENGLAND [HT 0-4]
Scorers:
England: Alfred Kirchen 18', Oyvind Holmsen 26'OG, Thomas Galley 40', 
Frederick Steele 43', 61', Leonard Goulden 85'

NOR: Henry Johansen, Nils Eriksen, Oyvind Holmsen, Frithjof Ulleberg, Jorgen Juve, 
Rolf Holmberg, Reidar Kvammen, Magnar Isaksen, Alf Martinsen, Arne Brustad, Odd 
Frantzen
ENGLAND:
Victor Woodley               [Chelsea]                  [2/0]
George Male [c]              [Arsenal]                  [14/0]
Ted Catlin                   [Sheffield Wednesday]      [4/0]
Cliff Britton                [Everton]                  [8/1]
Alfred Young                 [Huddersfield Town]        [4/0]
Wilfred Copping              [Arsenal]                  [11/0]
Alfred Kirchen               [Arsenal]                  [1/1]
Thomas Galley                [Wolverhampton Wanderers]  [1/1]
Frederick Steele             [Stoke City]               [4/3]
Leonard Goulden              [West Ham United]          [1/1]
Joseph Johnson               [Stoke City]               [3/0]
[COACH: Committee]
Referee: Ullrich (Denmark)

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
17/05/1937, Stockholm, Rasunda Stadion, 34.119
SWEDEN 0-4 ENGLAND [HT 0-4]
Scorers:
England: Frederick Steele 7', 13', 37', Joseph Johnson 34'
Disclaimer: Scorers also stated as Steele 15', 25', 33' and Johnson 68'

SWE: Gustaf Sjoberg, Nils Axelsson, Walter Skold, Fritz Berg, Sven Andersson, Ernst 
Andersson, Gustaf Josefsson, Erik Persson, Sven Jonasson, Karl-Erik Grahn, Axel 
Nilsson
ENGLAND:
Victor Woodley               [Chelsea]                  [3/0]
George Male [c]              [Arsenal]                  [15/0]
Ted Catlin                   [Sheffield Wednesday]      [5/0]
Cliff Britton                [Everton]                  [9/1]
Alfred Young                 [Huddersfield Town]        [5/0]
Wilfred Copping              [Arsenal]                  [12/0]
Alfred Kirchen               [Arsenal]                  [2/1]
Thomas Galley                [Wolverhampton Wanderers]  [2/1]
Frederick Steele             [Stoke City]               [5/6]
Leonard Goulden              [West Ham United]          [2/1]
Joseph Johnson               [Stoke City]               [4/1]
[COACH: Committee]
Referee: Langenus (Belgium)

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
20/05/1937, Helsinki, Pallokentta Stadium, 9.533
FINLAND 0-8 ENGLAND [HT 0-4]
Scorers:
England: Alfred Kirchen 6', Joseph Payne 27', 56', Frederick Steele 36', 52', 
Joseph Johnson 44', Ken Willingham 75', John Robinson 87'

FIN: Paavo Salminen, Frans Karjagin, Kaarlo Oksanen, Eino Lahti, Armas Pyy, Antero 
Rinne, Paavo Virtanen, Kurt Weckström, Aatos Lehtonen, Pentti Larvo, Yrjö Kylmälä 
ENGLAND:
Victor Woodley               [Chelsea]                  [4/0]
George Male [c]              [Arsenal]                  [16/0]
Edris Hapgood                [Arsenal]                  [19/0]
Ken Willingham               [Huddersfield Town]        [1/0]
Harry Betmead                [Grimsby Town]             [1/0]
Wilfred Copping              [Arsenal]                  [13/0]
Alfred Kirchen               [Arsenal]                  [3/2]
John Robinson                [Sheffield Wednesday]      [1/1]
Joseph Payne                 [Luton Town]               [1/2]
Frederick Steele             [Stoke City]               [6/8]
Joseph Johnson               [Stoke City]               [5/2]
[COACH: Committee]
Referee: Eklow (Sweden)

HOME INTERNATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
23/10/1937, Belfast, Windsor Park, 36.000
NORTHERN IRELAND 1-5 ENGLAND [HT 0-2]
Scorers:
Northern Ireland: Alex Stevenson
England: George Mills 10', 20', 55', Willie Hall 58', Eric Brook 75'

NIR: Tommy Breen, William Hayes, William Cook, William Mitchell, John Jones, Robert 
Browne, Noel Kernaghan, Alex Stevenson, David Martin, Peter Doherty, O Madden
ENGLAND:
Victor Woodley               [Chelsea]                  [5/0]
Bert Sproston                [Leeds United]             [2/0]
Samuel Barkas [c]            [Manchester City]          [3/0]
Jack Crayston                [Arsenal]                  [6/0]
Stan Cullis                  [Wolverhampton Wanderers]  [1/0]
Wilfred Copping              [Arsenal]                  [14/0]
Albert Geldard               [Everton]                  [4/0]
Willie Hall                  [Birmingham City]          [2/1]
George Mills                 [Chelsea]                  [1/3]
Leonard Goulden              [West Ham United]          [3/1]
Eric Brook                   [Manchester City]          [17/10]
[COACH: Committee]
Referee: Webb (Scotland)

HOME INTERNATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
17/11/1937, Middlesbrough, Ayresome Park, 30.608
ENGLAND 2-1 WALES [HT 1-1]
Scorers:
England: Stanley Matthews 28', Willie Hall 59'
Wales: Edwin Perry

ENGLAND:
Victor Woodley               [Chelsea]                  [6/0]
Bert Sproston                [Leeds United]             [3/0]
Samuel Barkas [c]            [Manchester City]          [4/0]
Jack Crayston                [Arsenal]                  [7/0]
Stan Cullis                  [Wolverhampton Wanderers]  [2/0]
Wilfred Copping              [Arsenal]                  [15/0]
Stanley Matthews             [Stoke City]               [5/2]
Willie Hall                  [Birmingham City]          [3/2]
George Mills                 [Chelsea]                  [2/3]
Leonard Goulden              [West Ham United]          [4/1]
Eric Brook                   [Manchester City]          [18/10]
[COACH: Committee]
WAL: Albert Gray, Herbert Turner, William Hughes, Jimmy Murphy, Harry Hanford, 
David Richards, Idris Hopkins, Leslie Jones, Edwin Perry, Bryn Jones, Seymour 
Morris
Referee: Webb (Scotland)

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
01/12/1937, London, White Hart Lane, 45.879
ENGLAND 5-4 CZECHOSLOVAKIA [HT 3-2]
Scorers:
England: Stanley Matthews 10', 28', 55', John Morton 19', Jack Crayston 83'
Czechoslovakia: Antonin Puc 12', Josef Zeman 45', Oldrich Nejedly 60', 75'

ENGLAND:
Victor Woodley               [Chelsea]                  [7/0]
Bert Sproston                [Leeds United]             [4/0]
Samuel Barkas [c]            [Manchester City]          [5/0]
Jack Crayston                [Arsenal]                  [8/1]
Stan Cullis                  [Wolverhampton Wanderers]  [3/0]
Wilfred Copping              [Arsenal]                  [16/0]
Stanley Matthews             [Stoke City]               [6/5]
Willie Hall                  [Birmingham City]          [4/2]
George Mills                 [Chelsea]                  [3/3]
Leonard Goulden              [West Ham United]          [5/1]
John Morton                  [West Ham United]          [1/1]
[COACH: Committee]
TCH: Frantisek Planicka, Josef Kostalek, Ferdinand Daucik, Antonin Vodicka, 
Jaroslav Boucek, Karel Kolsky, Jan Riha, Frantisek Kloz, Josef Zeman, Oldrich 
Nejedly, Antonin Puc
Referee: Langenus (Belgium)

1938

HOME INTERNATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
09/04/1938, London, Wembley Stadium, 93.267
ENGLAND 0-1 SCOTLAND [HT 0-1]
Scorer:
Scotland: Thomas Walker 6'

ENGLAND:
Victor Woodley               [Chelsea]                  [8/0]
Bert Sproston                [Leeds United]             [5/0]
Edris Hapgood [c]            [Arsenal]                  [20/0]
Ken Willingham               [Huddersfield Town]        [2/1]
Wilfred Copping              [Arsenal]                  [17/0]
Stan Cullis                  [Wolverhampton Wanderers]  [4/0]
Willie Hall                  [Birmingham City]          [5/2]
Stanley Matthews             [Stoke City]               [7/5]
Michael Fenton               [Middlesbrough]            [1/0]
Eric Stephenson              [Leeds United]             [1/0]
Cliff Bastin                 [Arsenal]                  [18/9]
[COACH: Committee]
SCO: David Cumming, Andrew Anderson, Andrew Beattie, William Shankly, Thomas Smith, 
George Brown, John Milne, Thomas Walker, Francis O'Donnell, George Mutch, Robert 
Reid
Referee: Hamilton (Northern Ireland)

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
14/05/1938, Berlin, Olympia Stadion, 105.000
GERMANY 3-6 ENGLAND [HT 2-4]
Scorers:
Germany: Rudi Gellesch 20', Jupp Gauchel 44', Hans Pesser 77'
England: Cliff Bastin 15', John Robinson 26', 49', Frank Broome 29', 
Stanley Matthews 42', Leonard Goulden 85'

GER: Hans Jakob, Paul Janes, Reinhold Munzenberg, Andreas Kupfer, Ludwig 
Goldbrunner, Albin Kitzinger, Ernst Lehner, Rudi Gellesch, Jupp Gauchel, Fritz 
Szepan, Hans Pesser
ENGLAND:
Victor Woodley               [Chelsea]                  [9/0]
Bert Sproston                [Leeds United]             [6/0]
Edris Hapgood [c]            [Arsenal]                  [21/0]
Ken Willingham               [Huddersfield Town]        [3/1]
Alfred Young                 [Huddersfield Town]        [6/0]
Donald Welsh                 [Charlton Athletic]        [1/0]
Stanley Matthews             [Stoke City]               [8/6]
John Robinson                [Sheffield Wednesday]      [2/3]
Frank Broome                 [Aston Villa]              [1/1]
Leonard Goulden              [West Ham United]          [6/2]
Cliff Bastin                 [Arsenal]                  [19/10]
[COACH: Committee]
Referee: Langenus (Belgium)

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
21/05/1938, Zurich, Hardturm Stadium, 25.000
SWITZERLAND 2-1 ENGLAND [HT 1-1]
Scorers:
Switzerland: Georges Aeby, André Abegglen
England: Cliff Bastin 33'pen

SUI: Willy Huber, Severino Minelli, August Lehmann, Hermann Springer, Sirio 
Vernati, Ernest Loertscher, Lauro Amado, Eugen Walaschek, Alfred Bickel, André 
Abegglen, Georges Aeby
ENGLAND:
Victor Woodley               [Chelsea]                  [10/0]
Bert Sproston                [Leeds United]             [7/0]
Edris Hapgood [c]            [Arsenal]                  [22/0]
Ken Willingham               [Huddersfield Town]        [4/1]
Alfred Young                 [Huddersfield Town]        [7/0]
Donald Welsh                 [Charlton Athletic]        [2/0]
Stanley Matthews             [Stoke City]               [9/6]
John Robinson                [Sheffield Wednesday]      [3/3]
Frank Broome                 [Aston Villa]              [2/1]
Leonard Goulden              [West Ham United]          [7/2]
Cliff Bastin                 [Arsenal]                  [20/11]
[COACH: Committee]
Referee: Bauwens (Germany)

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
26/05/1938, Colombes, Stade Olympique, 45.168
FRANCE 2-4 ENGLAND [HT 2-3]
Scorers:
France: Auguste Jordan 32', Jean Nicolas 36'
England: Frank Broome 6', Ted Drake 34', 40', Cliff Bastin 85'pen

FRA: Laurent Di Lorto, Hector Cazenave, Etienne Mattler, Francois Bourbotte, 
Auguste Jordan, Raoul Diagne, Roger Courtois, Michel Brusseaux, Jean Nicolas, Oscar 
Heisserer, Alfred Aston
ENGLAND:
Victor Woodley               [Chelsea]                  [11/0]
Bert Sproston                [Leeds United]             [8/0]
Edris Hapgood [c]            [Arsenal]                  [23/0]
Ken Willingham               [Huddersfield Town]        [5/1]
Alfred Young                 [Huddersfield Town]        [8/0]
Stan Cullis                  [Wolverhampton Wanderers]  [5/0]
Frank Broome                 [Aston Villa]              [3/2]
Stanley Matthews             [Stoke City]               [10/6]
Ted Drake                    [Arsenal]                  [5/6]
Leonard Goulden              [West Ham United]          [8/2]
Cliff Bastin                 [Arsenal]                  [21/12]
[COACH: Committee]
Referee: Baert (Belgium)

HOME INTERNATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
22/10/1938, Cardiff, Ninian Park, 55.000
WALES 4-2 ENGLAND [HT 2-2]
Scorers:
Wales: Dai Astley 2, Idris Hopkins, Bryn Jones
England: Tommy Lawton 27'pen, Stanley Matthews 35'

WAL: William John, William Whatley, William Hughes, George Green, David Richards, 
Thomas Jones, Idris Hopkins, Leslie Jones, Dai Astley, Bryn Jones, Horace Cumner
ENGLAND:
Victor Woodley               [Chelsea]                  [12/0]
Bert Sproston                [Tottenham Hotspur]        [9/0]
Edris Hapgood [c]            [Arsenal]                  [24/0]
Ken Willingham               [Huddersfield Town]        [6/1]
Alfred Young                 [Huddersfield Town]        [9/0]
Wilfred Copping              [Arsenal]                  [18/0]
Stanley Matthews             [Stoke City]               [11/7]
John Robinson                [Sheffield Wednesday]      [4/3]
Tommy Lawton                 [Everton]                  [1/1]
Leonard Goulden              [West Ham United]          [9/2]
Walter Boyes                 [Everton]                  [2/0]
[COACH: Committee]
Referee: Hamilton (Northern Ireland)

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL (FA 75th ANNIVERSARY - NOT OFFICIAL FIFA)
26/10/1938, London, Highbury Stadium, 40.185
ENGLAND 3-0 REST of EUROPE [HT 2-0]
Scorers: Willie Hall 20', Tommy Lawton 39', Leonard Goulden 73'

ENGLAND:
Victor Woodley               [Chelsea]                  [13/0]
Bert Sproston                [Tottenham Hotspur]        [10/0]
Edris Hapgood [c]            [Arsenal]                  [25/0]
Ken Willingham               [Huddersfield Town]        [7/1]
Stan Cullis                  [Wolverhampton Wanderers]  [6/0]
Wilfred Copping              [Arsenal]                  [19/0]
Stanley Matthews             [Stoke City]               [12/7]
Willie Hall                  [Birmingham City]          [6/3]
Tommy Lawton                 [Everton]                  [2/2]
Leonard Goulden              [West Ham United]          [10/3]
Walter Boyes                 [Everton]                  [3/0]
[COACH: Committee]
ROE: 
Aldo Olivieri                [ITALY]
Alfredo Foni                 [ITALY]
Pietri Rava                  [ITALY]
Andreas Kupfer               [GERMANY]
Michele Andreolo             [URUGUAY/ITALY]
Albin Kitzinger              [GERMANY]
Alfred Aston                 [FRANCE]
Raimond Braine [c]           [BELGIUM]
Silvio Piola                 [ITALY]
Gyula Zsengeller             [HUNGARY]
Arne Brustad                 [NORWAY]
Coach: Pozzo (ITALY)
Referee: Jewell (England)
Although decided "unofficial" for FIFA some 63 years later, caps were awarded by 
the FA at the time and haven't, as far as known, been withdrawn.

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
09/11/1938, Newcastle, St James Park, 39.887
ENGLAND 4-0 NORWAY [HT 4-0]
Scorers:
England: Reg Smith 13', 40', Ronald Dix 20', Tommy Lawton 35'

ENGLAND:
Victor Woodley               [Chelsea]                  [14/0]
Bert Sproston                [Manchester City]          [11/0]
Edris Hapgood [c]            [Arsenal]                  [26/0]
Ken Willingham               [Huddersfield Town]        [8/1]
Stan Cullis                  [Wolverhampton Wanderers]  [7/0]
Doug Wright                  [Newcastle United]         [1/0]
Stanley Matthews             [Stoke City]               [13/7]
Frank Broome                 [Aston Villa]              [4/2]
Tommy Lawton                 [Everton]                  [3/3]
Ronald Dix                   [Derby County]             [1/1]
Reg Smith                    [Millwall]                 [1/2]
[COACH: Committee]
NOR: Henry Johansen, Lars Martinsen, Oyvind Holmsen, Kristian Henriksen, Nils 
Henriksen, Rolf Holmberg, Reidar Kvammen, Knut Brynhildsen, Alf Martinsen, Arne 
Brustad, Magnar Isaksen
Referee: Martin (Scotland)

HOME INTERNATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
16/11/1938, Manchester, Old Trafford, 40.386
ENGLAND 7-0 NORTHERN IRELAND [HT 4-0]
Scorers:
England: Tommy Lawton 8', Willie Hall 36', 38', 40', 55', 65', Stanley Matthews 75'

ENGLAND:
Victor Woodley               [Chelsea]                  [15/0]
William Morris               [Wolverhampton Wanderers]  [1/0]
Edris Hapgood [c]            [Arsenal]                  [27/0]
Ken Willingham               [Huddersfield Town]        [9/1]
Stan Cullis                  [Wolverhampton Wanderers]  [8/0]
Joe Mercer                   [Everton]                  [1/0]
Stanley Matthews             [Stoke City]               [14/8]
Willie Hall                  [Birmingham City]          [7/8]
Tommy Lawton                 [Everton]                  [4/4]
Eric Stephenson              [Leeds United]             [2/0]
Reg Smith                    [Millwall]                 [2/2]
[COACH: Committee]
NIR: Jim Twomey, William Hayes, William Cook, Thomas Brolly, Walter McMillen, 
Robert Browne, David Cochrane, Alex Stevenson, Harry Baird, Peter Doherty, John 
Brown
Referee: Craigmoyle (Scotland)

1939

HOME INTERNATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
15/04/1939, Glasgow, Hampden Park, 149.269
SCOTLAND 1-2 ENGLAND [HT 1-0]
Scorers:
Scotland: James Dougall 20'
England: Albert Beasley 67', Tommy Lawton 88'

SCO: James Dawson, James Carabine, George Cummings, William Shankley, Robert 
Baxter, Alexander McNab, Alexander McSpadyen, Thomas Walker, James Dougall, 
Alexander Venters, John Milne
ENGLAND:
Victor Woodley               [Chelsea]                  [16/0]
William Morris               [Wolverhampton Wanderers]  [2/0]
Edris Hapgood [c]            [Arsenal]                  [28/0]
Ken Willingham               [Huddersfield Town]        [10/1]
Stan Cullis                  [Wolverhampton Wanderers]  [9/0]
Joe Mercer                   [Everton]                  [2/0]
Stanley Matthews             [Stoke City]               [15/8]
Willie Hall                  [Birmingham City]          [8/8]
Tommy Lawton                 [Everton]                  [5/5]
Leonard Goulden              [West Ham United]          [11/3]
Albert Beasley               [Huddersfield Town]        [1/1]
[COACH: Committee]
Referee: Hamilton (Northern Ireland)

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
13/05/1939, Milan, Stadio San Siro, 70.000
ITALY 2-2 ENGLAND [HT 0-1]
Scorers:
Italy: Amadeo Biavati 49', Silvio Piola 64'
England: Tommy Lawton 19', Willie Hall 77'

ITA: Aldo Olivieri, Alfredo Foni, Pietri Rava, Teobaldo Depetrini, Michele 
Andreolo, Ugo Locatelli, Amadeo Biavati, Pietro Serantoni, Silvio Piola, Giuseppe 
Meazza, Gino Colaussi
ENGLAND:
Victor Woodley               [Chelsea]                  [17/0]
George Male                  [Arsenal]                  [17/0]
Edris Hapgood [c]            [Arsenal]                  [29/0]
Ken Willingham               [Huddersfield Town]        [11/1]
Stan Cullis                  [Wolverhampton Wanderers]  [10/0]
Joe Mercer                   [Everton]                  [3/0]
Stanley Matthews             [Stoke City]               [16/8]
Willie Hall                  [Birmingham City]          [9/9]
Tommy Lawton                 [Everton]                  [6/6]
Leonard Goulden              [West Ham United]          [12/3]
Frank Broome                 [Aston Villa]              [5/2]
[COACH: Committee]
Referee: Bauwens (Germany)

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
18/05/1939, Belgrade, SK Belgrade Stadium, 35.000
YUGOSLAVIA 2-1 ENGLAND [HT 1-0]
Scorers:
Yugoslavia: Svetislav Glisovic, Nikola Perlic
England: Frank Broome 21'

YUG: Ljubomir Lovric, Zvonimir Pozega, Ernest Dubac, Petar Manola, Prvoslav 
Dragicevic, Gustav Lehner, Svetislav Glisovic, Djordje Vujadinovic, Aleksandar 
Petrovic, Frane Matosic, Nikola Perlic
ENGLAND:
Victor Woodley               [Chelsea]                  [18/0]
George Male                  [Arsenal]                  [18/0]
Edris Hapgood [c]            [Arsenal]                  [30/0]
Ken Willingham               [Huddersfield Town]        [12/1]
Stan Cullis                  [Wolverhampton Wanderers]  [11/0]
Joe Mercer                   [Everton]                  [4/0]
Stanley Matthews             [Stoke City]               [17/8]
Willie Hall                  [Birmingham City]          [10/9]
Tommy Lawton                 [Everton]                  [7/6]
Leonard Goulden              [West Ham United]          [13/3]
Frank Broome                 [Aston Villa]              [6/3]
[COACH: Thomas Whittaker]
Referee: Capdeville (France)

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
24/05/1939, Bucharest, ANEF Stadium, 40.000
RUMANIA 0-2 ENGLAND [HT 0-1]
Scorers:
England: Leonard Goulden 7', Donald Welsh 52'

RUM: Dumitru Pavlovici, Rudolf Burger, Lazar Sfera, Vintila Cossini, Augustin 
Juhasz, Rudolf Demetrovici, Cornel Orza, Silviu Ploesteanu, Iuliu Bodola, Nicolae 
Reuter, Stefan Dobay
ENGLAND:
Victor Woodley               [Chelsea]                  [19/0]
George Male [c]              [Arsenal]                  [19/0]
William Morris               [Wolverhampton Wanderers]  [3/0]
Joe Mercer                   [Everton]                  [5/0]
Stan Cullis                  [Wolverhampton Wanderers]  [12/0]
Wilfred Copping              [Leeds United]             [20/0]
Leslie Smith                 [Brentford]                [1/0]
Donald Welsh                 [Charlton Athletic]        [3/1]
Tommy Lawton                 [Everton]                  [8/6]
Leonard Goulden              [West Ham United]          [14/4]
Frank Broome                 [Aston Villa]              [7/3]
[COACH: Committee]
Referee: Langenus (Belgium)

Overview File
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