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Pre-1906-07

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Although the England amateur team was not created until 1906, an England team containing only amateur players had beaten a German touring side, 12-0, at White Hart Lane, London on September 21, 1901.
Season 1906-07

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International Selection Committee

Friendlies
1 1 November 1906 - France 0 England 15 [0-6]
Parc des Princes, Paris
(3,000)
Harris (7), Woodward (4), Day (2), Raine, Farnfield AW
England: E.Proud, F.Milnes, Herbert Smith, C.McIver, P.Farnfield, Bob Hawkes, J.Raine, Sammy Day, Vivian Woodward, Stanley Harris (capt.), Harold Hardman.

The Reuter news agency reported that England had won 16-0.

2 15 December 1906 - Ireland 1 England 2 [1-2]
Dalymount Park, Dublin
(1,000)
Thompson
Woodward, Wheatcroft
AW
England: T.Rowlandson, Watty Corbett, W.Timmis, Bob Hawkes, Kenneth Hunt, G.Hassett, J.Raine, F.Wheatcroft, Vivian Woodward (capt.), E.Mansfield, Harold Hardman.

The game was played throughout driving rain and the pitch resembled a "quagmire".

3 1 April 1907 - Netherlands 1 England 8 [1-5]
De Diepput, Den Haag
(8,000)
Blume
Mansfield, Bell (2), Woodward, Hardman (2), Hawkes, Young
AW
England: T.Rowlandson, Watty Corbett, W.Timmis (capt.), Bob Hawkes, Kenneth Hunt, E.Mansfield, R.Young, G.Foster, Vivian Woodward, A.Bell, Harold Hardman.

Sir Henry Howard, Minister for the Netherlands and Luxembourg, 'kicked off' for the visitors.

Season 1907-08
4 7 December 1907 - England 6 Ireland 1 [nk]
White Hart Lane, Tottenham
(10,000)
Woodward, Stapley (3), Purnell (2)
Hooper
HW
England: R.Brebner, Watty Corbett, Herbert Smith, Bob Hawkes, W.Cleminson, Evelyn Lintott, J.Raine, Vivian Woodward (capt.), H.Stapley, C.Purnell, Gordon Wright.
5 21 December 1907 - England 12 Netherlands 2 [5-1]
Feethams Ground, Darlington
(10,000)
Woodward (3), Stapley (5), Bell (3), Raine
Ruffelse (2)
HW
England: R.Brebner, Watty Corbett, A.Scothern, W.Cleminson, Evelyn Lintott, J.Prest, J.Raine, Vivian Woodward (capt.), H.Stapley, A.Bell, G.Barlow.

Alfred Davis was now regularly accompanying the team as the FA Member in Charge.

6 22 February 1908 - England 1 Wales 0 [1-0]
Edgeley Park, Stockport
(850)
Woodward HW
England: Horace Bailey, Watty Corbett, Herbert Smith, W.Cleminson, F.Chapman, Bob Hawkes, R.Hardy, Vivian Woodward (capt.), H.Stapley, A.Bell, E.Williams.

The pitch was in a "deplorably muddy state" and the game was played in gale-force winds.

7 23 March 1908 - England 12 France 0 [6-0]
Park Royal Ground, London
(6,000)
Hawkes, Jordan (6), Woodward (3), Berry, Raine HW
England: Horace Bailey, Watty Corbett, A.Scothern, Kenneth Hunt, Evelyn Lintott, Bob Hawkes, J.Raine, Vivian Woodward (capt.), W.Jordan, Arthur Berry, Gordon Wright.
8 18 April 1908 - Belgium 2 England 8 [1-4]
Sukkelweg, Uccle, Bruxelles
(4,000)
De Veen (2)
Berry (2), Stapley (2), Woodward (3), Hardman
AW
England: E.Proud, Watty Corbett, Herbert Smith, F.Chapman, Evelyn Lintott, Bob Hawkes, Arthur Berry, Vivian Woodward (capt.), H.Stapley, C.Purnell, Harold Hardman.
9 20 April 1908 - Germany 1 England 5 [1-3]
Volkspark, Mariendorf, Berlin
(6,000)
Förderer
Stapley (2), Woodward (2), Purnell
AW
England: E.Proud, Watty Corbett, Herbert Smith, F.Chapman, Evelyn Lintott, Bob Hawkes, Arthur Berry, Vivian Woodward (capt.), C.Purnell, H.Stapley, Harold Hardman.
Season 1908-09
10 8 September 1908 - Sweden 1 England 6 [0-4]
Walhalla Idrottsplats, Göteborg
(2,000)
Bergström
Purnell (2), Berry, Louch (2), Hardman
AW
England: R.Brebner, A.Scothern, Herbert Smith, Kenneth Hunt, W.Daffern, Bob Hawkes (capt.), Arthur Berry, T.Porter, L.Louch, C.Purnell, Harold Hardman.
 

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The England team represented Great Britain at the Games of the IV Olympiad in London and played the following fixtures:
IV Olympiad Games in London
QF 20 October 1908 - Great Britain 12 Sweden 1 [7-0]
White City Stadium, Shepherd's Bush, London
(2,000)
Stapley (2), Woodward (2), Berry, Chapman, Purnell (4), Hawkes (2)
Bergström
HW
GB: Horace Bailey, Watty Corbett, Herbert Smith, Kenneth Hunt, F.Chapman, Bob Hawkes, Arthur Berry, Vivian Woodward (capt.), H.Stapley, C.Purnell, Harold Hardman.
SF 22 October 1908 - Great Britain 4 Netherlands 0 [1-0]
White City Stadium, Shepherd's Bush, London
(6,000)
Stapley (4) HW
GB: Horace Bailey, Watty Corbett, Herbert Smith, Kenneth Hunt, F.Chapman, Bob Hawkes, Arthur Berry, Vivian Woodward (capt.), H.Stapley, C.Purnell, Harold Hardman.
Final 24 October 1908 - Great Britain 2 Denmark 0 [1-0]
White City Stadium, Shepherd's Bush, London
(8,000)
Chapman, Woodward HW
GB: Horace Bailey, Watty Corbett, Herbert Smith, Kenneth Hunt, F.Chapman, Bob Hawkes, Arthur Berry, Vivian Woodward (capt.), H.Stapley, C.Purnell, Harold Hardman.
Great Britain won the gold medals. The remainder of the squad was: R.Brebner, A.Bell, A.Scothern, W.Daffern, T.Porter, W.Crabtree and G.Barlow.




 

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Friendlies
11 21 November 1908 - Ireland 1 England 5 [0-3]
Dalymount Park, Dublin
(2,500)
Webb
Porter (2), Stapley (3)
AW
England: H.Lemoine, Watty Corbett, Herbert Smith, J.Healy, F.Chapman, W.Daffern, Arthur Berry, Vivian Woodward (capt.), H.Stapley, T.Porter, Harold Hardman.
The ground was in a waterlogged state. Woodward collided with an Irish player after the first ten minutes and was limping for the rest of the game.
12 20 February 1909 - Wales 2 England 5 [1-4]
Ynys Field, Aberdare
(4,500)
Hughes (2 pens)
Hunt, Dunning, Chapman (2), Williamson
AW
England: G.Atkinson, A.Bell, Herbert Smith (capt.), Kenneth Hunt, F.Chapman, F.Dunkley, C.Williamson, C.Dunning, G.Hoare, W.Lawrence, G.Barlow.
13 13 March 1909 - England 9 Germany 0 [5-0]
Britannia Field, Oxford
(6,000)
Dunning (3), Porter (3), Chapman, Hoare (2) HW
England: Horace Bailey, Watty Corbett, Herbert Smith (capt.), Kenneth Hunt, F.Chapman, Bob Hawkes, Arthur Berry, C.Dunning, G.Hoare, T.Porter, E.Davis.
14 12 April 1909 - Netherlands 0 England 4 [0-3]
Sportpark Oud-Roosenburgh, Amsterdam
(15,000)
Dunning (2), Porter, Stapley AW
England: Horace Bailey, A.Bell, Herbert Smith (capt.), A.Campbell, F. Chapman, Bob Hawkes, J.Raine, C.Dunning, H.Stapley, T.Porter, Gordon Wright.
15 19 April 1909 - England 11 Belgium 2 [7-1]
White Hart Lane, Tottenham, London (4,000)
Stapley (3), Dunning (4), Raine, Woodward (2), Chapman De Veen (2) HW
England: H.Lemoine, A.Bell, Herbert Smith, Kenneth Hunt, F.Chapman, Bob Hawkes, J.Raine, Vivian Woodward (capt.), H.Stapley, C.Dunning, Gordon Wright.
16 20 May 1909 - Switzerland 0 England 9 [0-4]
Landhof Stadion, Basel
(8,000)
Woodward (4), Raine (2), Stapley, Dunning (2) AW
England: R.Brebner, A.Bell, Herbert Smith, F.Fayers, F.Chapman, Bob Hawkes, J.Raine, Vivian Woodward (capt.), H.Stapley, C.Dunning, Gordon Wright.
17 22 May 1909 - France 0 England 11 [0-6]
Stade de Fédération de Gymnastique Sportive des Patronages de France, Gentilly, Paris
(390)
Woodward, Stapley (2), Porter (3), Wright, Fayers (2), Raine (2) AW
England: R.Brebner, A.Bell, Herbert Smith, F.Fayers, F.Chapman, Bob Hawkes, J.Raine, Vivian Woodward (capt.), H.Stapley, T.Porter, Gordon Wright.
Season 1909-10
18 6 November 1909 - England 7 Sweden 0 [3-0]
Anlaby Road, Hull
(10,000)
Owen (3), Stapley (3), Woodward HW
England: R.Brebner, Watty Corbett, Herbert Smith, F.Fayers, F.Chapman, J.Olley, Arthur Berry, Vivian Woodward (capt.), H.Stapley, S.Owen, Gordon Wright.
19 20 November 1909 - England 4 Ireland 4 [2-3]
Elland Road Stadium, Leeds
(6,500)
Owen, Woodward, McCann OG, Jordan
Robertson (2), McDonnell, Hooper
HD
England: R.Brebner, Watty Corbett, A.Scothern, F.Fayers, F.Chapman, J.Olley, Arthur Berry, Vivian Woodward (capt.), S.Owen, W.Jordan, E.Williams.

England recovered from 3-1 and 4-3 down and, with the help of an own goal, managed to rescue a draw with a late equaliser in their first ever game not to result in a victory.

20 11 December 1909 - England 9 Netherlands 1 [6-1]
Stamford Bridge, Fulham, London
(5,274)
Stapley, Woodward (6), Owen, Williams
Kessler
HW
England: R.Brebner, Watty Corbett, Arthur Knight, Kenneth Hunt, F.Chapman, Bob Hawkes, Arthur Berry, Vivian Woodward (capt.), H.Stapley, S.Owen, E.Williams.

With England five goals up, Corbett suffered a thigh injury and came off. He rejoined the action for the second half, but soon had to withdraw from the field, leaving England with ten men for around an hour of the game.

21 19 February 1910 - England 6 Wales 0 [3-0]
Leeds Road, Huddersfield
(8,000)
Springthorpe, Porter (3), Woodward, Berry HW
England: W.Micklethwaite, Watty Corbett, Arthur Knight, F.Fayers, F.Chapman, J.Dines, Arthur Berry, T.Porter, Vivian Woodward (capt.), H.Springthorpe, Gordon Wright.

Welsh forward, Crad Evans twisted his knee early in the game and had to retire. Wales were, thus, left with ten men for the majority of the game.

22 26 March 1910 - Belgium 2 England 2 [2-1]
Sukkelweg, Uccle, Bruxelles
(4,000)
Paternoster, Six
Owen, Porter
AD
England: W.Micklethwaite, A.Bell, W.Martin, F.Fayers, F.Chapman, Bob Hawkes (capt.), Arthur Berry, T.Porter, W.Steer, S.Owen, A.Kerry.
23 9 April 1910 - England 6 Switzerland 1 [5-0]
Park Royal Ground, London
(5,000)
Webb (2), Corbett, Steer (2), Fayers
Sydler
HW
England: E.Howling, H.Boardman, W.Martin, F.Fayers, F.Chapman, Bob Hawkes (capt.), Arthur Berry, George Webb, W.Steer, R.Corbett, A.Kerry.

Switzerland were allowed to make an early substitution, owing to an injury to their captain.

24 16 April 1910 - England 10 France 1 [6-0]
Goldstone Ground, Brighton
(3,500)
Wilson (4), Berry, Chapman, Steer (4)
Tousset
HW
England: F.Leese, H.Boardman, W.Martin, F.Fayers, F.Chapman (capt.), Kenneth Hunt, Arthur Berry, L.Louch, W.Steer, T.Wilson, A.Kerry.
25 5 May 1910 - Denmark 2 England 1 [1-0]
Kjøbenhavns Boldklub, Frederiksberg, København
(7,000)
Lindgren, Wolfhagen
Steer
AL
England: H.Lemoine, H.Boardman, W.Martin, F.Fayers, F.Chapman, Bob Hawkes (capt.), I.Sharpe, L.Louch, W.Steer, T.Wilson, G.Barlow.
pp 7/9 May 1910 - Denmark vs. England
tbc
(-)
Following England's first ever defeat, a second match was scheduled for Saturday, May 7th, 1910. However, HRH King Edward VII died on the Friday night and the officials asked for a postponement until Monday, May 9th. After heavy rain over Copenhagen, the English referee, Jackie Pearson, called the match off.
 

England were not at full strength against Denmark, as Arthur Berry, James Raine, Vivian Woodward and Gordon Wright were all selected for the Football Association's tour of South Africa which left Southampton by sea, two days after the Denmark game. Woodward captained the squad. Wright was injured in only the second game of the tour and he was replaced by another member of England's amateur squad, Ivan Sharpe, for the remainder of the tour. Woodward scored 27 goals in the 23 games, including four in the three test matches against the host nation. Berry scored eleven goals, including one in the final test, the only one in which he played. Raine scored nine goals and played in the first two tests, whilst Sharpe scored one goal and did not appear in the test matches.

Season 1910-11
26 19 November 1910 - Ireland 3 England 2 [nk]
Cliftonville Gardens, Cliftonville, Belfast
(3,500)
Macauley (pen), Boardman OG, McDonnell
Carr (2)
AL
England: R.Brebner, Watty Corbett, F.Bullock, H.Boardman, F.Chapman, Bob Hawkes (capt.), Arthur Berry, J.Raine, S.Owen, T.Porter, H.Carr.

England's first defeat in the UK, after twice going ahead, but Harry Boardman's own goal allowed Ireland to come back into contention to win the game.

27 18 February 1911 - Wales 1 England 5 [nk]
Recreation Ground, Newtown
(-)
  AW
England: .
28 4 March 1911 - England 4 Belgium 0 [nk-0]
Sports Arena, Crystal Palace Park, Penge, London
(-)
  HW
England: .
29 23 March 1911 - France 1 England 3 [nk]
Stade de Paris, Saint-Ouen, Paris
(-)
  AW
England: .
30 14 April 1911 - Germany 2 England 2 [nk]
Volkspark, Mariendorf, Berlin
(-)
  AD
England: .
31 17 April 1911 - Netherlands 0 England 1 [0-nk]
Het Houten Stadion, Amsterdam
(-)
  AW
England: .
32 25 May 1911 - Switzerland 1 England 4 [nk]
Sportplatz Neufeld, Bern
(-)
  AW
England: .
Season 1911-12
33 21 October 1911 - England 3 Denmark 0 [nk-0]
Park Royal Ground, London
(-)
  HW
England: .
34 18 November 1911 - England 2 Ireland 0 [nk-0]
Leeds Road, Huddersfield
(-)
  HW
England: .
35 17 February 1912 - England 3 Wales 0 [nk-0]
Kingsway, Bishop Auckland
(-)
  HW
England: .
36 16 March 1912 - England 4 Netherlands 0 [nk-0]
Anlaby Road, Hull
(-)
  HW
England: .
37 8 April 1912 - Belgium 1 England 2 [nk]
Stade du Vivier d'Oie, Bruxelles
(-)
  AW
England: .
 


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The England team represented Great Britain at the Games of the V Olympiad in Stockholm and played the following fixtures:
V Olympiad Games in Stockholm
QF 30 June 1912 - Great Britain 7 Hungary 0 [2-0]
Stockholms Olympiastadion, Stockholm
(-)
  NW
GB: .
SF 2 July 1912 - Great Britain 4 Finland 0 [2-0]
Stockholms Olympiastadion, Stockholm (-)
  NW
GB: .
Final 4 July 1912 - Great Britain 4 Denmark 2 [4-1]
Stockholms Olympiastadion, Stockholm (-)
  NW
GB: .
Great Britain won the gold medals.
 



Season 1912-13

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Friendlies
38 5 October 1912 - Ireland 3 England 2 [nk]
Cliftonville Gardens, Cliftonville, Belfast
(-)
  AL
England: .
39 9 November 1912 - England 4 Belgium 0 [nk-0]
County Ground, Swindon
(-)
  HW
England: .
40 8 February 1913 - Wales 1 England 3 [nk]
The Oval, Llandudno
(-)
  AW
England: .
41 27 February 1913 - France 1 England 4 [nk]
Stade Olympique Yves-du-Manoir, Colombes, Paris
(-)
  AW
England: .
42 21 March 1913 - Germany 0 England 3 [0-nk]
Volkspark, Mariendorf, Berlin
(-)
  AW
England: .
43 24 March 1913 - Netherlands 2 England 1 [nk]
De Diepput, Den Haag
(-)
  AL
England: .
Season 1913-14
44 8 November 1913 - Ireland 0 England 2 [0-nk]
Cliftonville Gardens, Cliftonville, Belfast (-)
  AW
England: .
45 15 November 1913 - England 2 Netherlands 1 [nk]
Anlaby Road, Hull
(-)
  HW
England: .
46 7 February 1914 - England 9 Wales 1 [nk]
Home Park Stadium, Plymouth
(-)
  HW
England: .
47 24 February 1914 - Belgium 1 England 8 [nk]
Stade du Vivier d'Oie, Bruxelles
(-)
  AW
England: .
48 5 June 1914 - Denmark 3 England 0 [nk-0]
Idrætsparken, København (-)
  AL
England: .
49 10 June 1914 - Sweden 1 England 5 [nk]
Råsunda Idrottsplats, Solna kommun, Stockholms län
(-)
  AW
England: .
50 12 June 1914 - Sweden 0 England 5 [0-nk]
Råsunda Idrottsplats, Solna kommun, Stockholms län
(-)
  AW
England: .

 

Season 1919-20

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Friendlies
51 15 November 1919 - England 5 Ireland 0 [nk-0]
Baseball Ground, Shaftesbury Crescent, Derby
(-)
  HW
England: .
52 14 January 1920 - Wales 0 England 9 [0-nk]
Penydarren Park, Merthyr Tydfil
(-)
  AW
England: .
53 17 February 1920 - Belgium 3 England 1 [nk]
Parc Duden, Bruxelles
(-)
  AL
England: .
54 5 April 1920 - France 0 England 5 [0-nk]
Stade des Bruyères, Rouen
(-)
  AW
England: .
Season 1920-21
 



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The England team represented Great Britain at the Games of the VII Olympiad in Antwerp and played the following fixture:
VII Olympiad Games in Antwerp
1st
rd
28 August 1920 - Great Britain 1 Norway 3 [1-1]
Olympisch Stadion, Antwerpen
(-)
  NL
GB: .
Belgium won the gold medals.
 




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Friendlies
55 13 November 1920 - Ireland 0 England 4 [0-nk]
Cliftonville Gardens, Cliftonville, Belfast
(-)
  AW
England: .
56 22 January 1921 - England 0 Wales 2 [0-nk]
Molineux, St. Peter's, Wolverhampton
(-)
  HL
England: .
57 5 May 1921 - France 2 England 1 [nk]
Stade Pershing, Bois de Vincennes, Paris
(-)
  AL
England: .
Season 1921-22
58 14 November 1921 - England 4 Ireland 1 [nk]
Filbert Street, Leicester
(-)
  HW
England: .
Although Ireland was partitioned in 1921, the side representing the Irish F.A. continued to field an all-Ireland team against England, for another twelve years. Even after the team became limited to players from Northern Ireland, it was still referred to as Ireland. For clarity, we have identified these teams as Northern Ireland, whereas the Irish F.A. continued to field all-Ireland full international teams up until 1954.
59 21 January 1922 - Wales 0 England 7 [0-nk]
Vetch Field, Swansea
(-)
  AW
England: .
Season 1922-23
60 11 November 1922 - England 4 Ireland 1 [nk]
Deepdale, Preston (-)
  HW
England: .
61 27 January 1923 - England 4 Wales 4 [nk]
Ayresome Park, Linthorpe, Middlesbrough
(-)
  HD
England: .
62 5 May 1923 - Belgium 3 England 0 [nk-0]
Oscar Bossaert Stadion, Molenbeek-Saint-Jean, Bruxelles
(-)
  AL
England: .
Season 1923-24
63 10 November 1923 - England 3 Ireland 0 [nk-0]
Sports Arena, Crystal Palace Park, Penge, London
(-)
  HW
England: .
64 22 March 1924 - Wales 1 England 2 [nk]
The Oval, Llandudno
(-)
  AW
England: .
Season 1924-25
65 11 October 1924 - England 3 South Africa 2 [nk]
The Dell, Milton Road, Southampton
(-)
  HW
England: .
66 8 November 1924 - Ireland 0 England 3 [0-nk]
Cliftonville Gardens, Cliftonville, Belfast
(-)
  AW
England: .
67 26 November 1924 - England 3 South Africa 2 [nk]
White Hart Lane, Tottenham, London
(-)
  HW
England: .
68 21 March 1925 - England 2 Wales 1 [nk]
Home Park Stadium, Plymouth (-)
  HW
England: .
Season 1925-26
69 7 November 1925 - England 6 Ireland 4 [nk]
London Road, Maidstone
(-)
  HW
England: .
70 20 March 1926 - Wales 1 England 2 [nk]
Recreation Ground, Wrexham (-)
  AW
England: .
Season 1926-27
71 6 November 1926 - Ireland 0 England 3 [0-nk]
Cliftonville Gardens, Cliftonville, Belfast
(-)
  AW
England: .
72 18 December 1926 - England 1 Scotland 4 [nk]
Filbert Street, Leicester
(-)
  HL
England: .
73 19 March 1927 - England 4 Wales 0 [nk-0]
Elm Park, Reading
(-)
  HW
England: .
Season 1927-28
74 12 November 1927 - England 1 Ireland 1 [nk]
Bloomfield Road, Blackpool
(-)
  HD
England: .
75 28 April 1928 - Scotland 3 England 2 [nk]
Hampden Park, Mount Florida, Glasgow
(-)
  AL
England: .
Season 1928-29
76 10 November 1928 - Ireland 0 England 2 [0-nk]
Cliftonville Gardens, Cliftonville, Belfast
(-)
  AW
England: .
77 16 February 1929 - England 1 Wales 1 [nk]
Goldstone Ground, Brighton (-)
  HD
England: .
78 16 March 1929 - England 3 Scotland 1 [nk]
Elland Road Stadium, Leeds
(-)
  HW
England: .
Season 1929-30
79 16 November 1929 - England 7 Ireland 2 [nk]
Sports Arena, Crystal Palace Park, Penge, London
(-)
  HW
England: .
80 15 February 1930 - Wales 1 England 2 [nk]
Park Avenue, Aberystwyth
(-)
  AW
England: .
81 15 March 1930 - Scotland 1 England 0 [nk-0]
Hampden Park, Mount Florida, Glasgow
(-)
  AL
England: .
Season 1930-31
82 15 November 1930 - Ireland 3 England 1 [nk]
Cliftonville Gardens, Cliftonville, Belfast
(-)
  AL
England: .
83 14 February 1931 - England 5 Wales 0 [nk-0]
Dean Court Ground, Bournemouth
(-)
  HW
England: .
84 21 March 1931 - England 2 Scotland 1 [nk]
Stamford Bridge, Fulham, London
(-)
  HW
England: .
Season 1931-32
85 14 November 1931 - England 3 Ireland 2 [nk]
Bootham Crescent, York (-)
  HW
England: .
86 27 February 1932 - Wales 1 England 3 [nk]
Vetch Field, Swansea
(-)
  AW
England: .
87 19 March 1932 - Scotland 3 England 1 [nk]
Hampden Park, Mount Florida, Glasgow
(-)
  AL
England: .
Season 1932-33
88 21 January 1933 - England 1 Wales0 [nk]
Plainmoor Ground, Torquay
(-)
  HW
England: .
89 18 February 1933 - Ireland 4 England 3 [nk]
Cliftonville Gardens, Cliftonville, Belfast
(-)
  AL
England: .
90 25 March 1933 - England 1 Scotland 0 [nk]
Champion Hill Stadium, Dulwich, London
(-)
  HW
England: .
Season 1933-34
91 27 January 1934 - Wales 3 England 5 [nk]
The Stadium, Farrar Road, Bangor
(-)
  AW
England: .
92 17 February 1934 - England 4 Northern Ireland 0 [nk-0]
Cricklefield Stadium, Ilford
(-)
  HW
England: .
93 24 March 1934 - Scotland 3 England 2 [nk]
Hampden Park, Mount Florida, Glasgow (-)
  AL
England: .
Season 1934-35
94 19 January 1935 - England 6 Wales 1 [nk]
Plough Lane, Wimbledon, London
(-)
  HW
England: .
95 16 February 1935 - Northern Ireland 2 England 4 [nk]
Cliftonville Gardens, Cliftonville, Belfast (-)
  AW
England: .
96 23 March 1935 - England 2 Scotland 1 [nk]
Champion Hill Stadium, Dulwich, London
(-)
  HW
England: .
Season 1935-36
97 15 February 1936 - England 5 Northern Ireland 0 [nk-0]
Bloomfield Road, Blackpool
(-)
  HW
England: .
98 29 February 1936 - Wales 3 England 7 [nk]
Y Traeth, Porthmadog (-)
  AW
England: .
99 14 March 1936 - Scotland 1 England 0 [nk-0]
Kingsmills Park, Inverness
(-)
  AL
England: .
Season 1936-37
100 23 January 1937 - England 9 Wales 1 [nk]
Fratton Park, Southsea, Portsmouth
(-)
  HW
England: .
101 13 February 1937 - Northern Ireland 5 England 1 [nk]
Cliftonville Gardens, Cliftonville, Belfast
(-)
  AL
England: .
102 13 March 1937 - England 0 Scotland 1 [0-nk]
Champion Hill Stadium, Dulwich, London
(-)
  HL
England: .
 



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At the end of the season, England toured New Zealand and Australia and played the following fixtures:
Tour of New Zealand and Australia

NEW ZEALAND:

27 May 1937 at Napier v. Hawkes Bay and Poverty Bay (won 12-0)

29 May 1937 at Wellington v. Wellington, Manawatu and Wairarapa (won 7-0)

2 June 1937 at Invercargill v. Southland and Otago (won 9-0)

5 June 1937 at Dunedin NEW ZEALAND 0 ENGLAND 12

9 June 1937 at Christchurch v. Canterbury, Westland and Buller (won 7-1)

12 June 1937 at Auckland v. Auckland and South Auckland (won 8-4)

16 June 1937 at Wanganui v. Wanganui and Taranaki (won 12-0)

19 June 1937 at Auckland NEW ZEALAND 0 ENGLAND 6

26 June 1937 at Wellington NEW ZEALAND 1 ENGLAND 12

AUSTRALIA:

3 July 1937 at Sydney v. New South Wales (won 3-1)

6 July 1937 at Cessnock v. Northern Districts (won 5-4)

10 July 1937 at Sydney AUSTRALIA 5 ENGLAND 4

14 July 1937 at Brisbane v. Queensland (won 2-1)

17 July 1937 at Brisbane AUSTRALIA 0 ENGLAND 4

20 July 1937 at Newcastle AUSTRALIA 4 ENGLAND 3

24 July 1937 at Melbourne v. Australia XI (won 4-3)

26 July 1937 at Melbourne v. Victoria (won 6-1)

29 July 1937 at Adelaide v. South Australia (won 10-0)

2 August 1937 at Perth v. Western Australia (won 6-1)

On the way home, England played the following additional fixture in Ceylon:
11 August 1937
at Colombo vs. Ceylon Amateur League (won 6-2)

 




Season 1937-38
103 29 January 1938 - Wales 2 England 8 [nk]
Belle Vue, Rhyl
(-)
  AW
England: .
104 19 February 1938 - England 1 Northern Ireland 1 [nk]
Filbert Street, Leicester
(-)
  HD
England: .
105 12 March 1938 - Scotland 2 England 5 [nk]
Hampden Park, Mount Florida, Glasgow
(-)
  AW
England: .
Season 1938-39
106 28 January 1939 - England 5 Wales 2 [nk]
Whaddon Road, Cheltenham
(-)
  HW
England: .
107 18 February 1939 - Northern Ireland 0 England 1 [0-nk]
Cliftonville Gardens, Cliftonville, Belfast
(-)
  AW
England: .
108 11 March 1939 - England 8 England 3 [nk]
Champion Hill Stadium, Dulwich, London (-)
  HW
England: .

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