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Saturday, 18 May 1935
End-of-Season Tour Friendly Match

Netherlands 0 England 1 [0-0]
 

Match Summary
Netherlands Party

England Party

Olympisch Stadion, Stadionbuurt, Amsterdam
Attendance: 33,000;
Kick-off: 6.00pm CEST, 5.00pm BST

England - Fred Worrall (51)
Results 1930-39

? won the toss, ? kicked-off.

 

Match Summary

Officials

Netherlands

Type

England

Referee - Dr. Peco Joseph Bauwens
48 (24 December 1886), Germany

Linesmen - not known

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Netherlands Team

 

Rank:

No official ranking system established;
ELO rating 23rd
Colours: Orange laced-up collared shirts
Capt: Puck van Heel, twelfth captaincy Selectors: Robert Glendenning, 46 (6 June 1888), appointed 1923
63rd match
Netherlands Lineup
  Halle, Leonard H.G. 29 26 January 1906 G Go Ahead 6 11 GA
  Caldenhove, Bernardus J. 21 19 January 1914 RB Amsterdamsche FC Door Wilskracht Sterk 3 0
  van Run, Jozephus J.A.F. 31 12 January 1904 LB Philips SV 25 0
  Paauwe, Bastiaan J. 23 4 October 1911 RH Feyenoord Rotterdam 6 0
  Anderiesen, Willem G. 31 27 November 1903 CH Amsterdamsche FC Ajax 26 0
  van Heel, Gerardus Henricus 31 21 January 1904 LH Feyenoord Rotterdam 47 0
  Wels, Frank 26 21 February 1909 OR GVV Unitas Gorinchem 20 0
  Drok, David 20 23 May 1914 IR Rotterdamsche FC 3 0
  Bakhuys, Elisa Hendrik 26 16 April 1909 CF Zwolsche AC 13 17
  Smit, Johannes Chrishostomos 23 3 November 1911 IL Haarlemsche FC 10 10
  Mijnders, Cornelius Lambertus 22 28 September 1912 OL Dordrechtse FC 4 0

reserves:

reserves not known
 
2-3-5 Halle -
Caldenhove, van Rub -
Paauwe, Anderiesen, van Heel -
Wels, Drok, Bakhuys, Smit, Mijnders.

Averages:

Age 25.7 Appearances/Goals 14.8 2.5

 

England Team

 

Rank:

No official ranking system established;
ELO rating 5th
Colours: The 1923 uniform - White collared jerseys, navy blue or black shorts, black socks topped with two white hoops
Capt: Eddie Hapgood, fourth captaincy. Selectors: The fourteen-man FA International Selection Committee, following a trial match, on Saturday, 27 April 1935.
165th match, W 106 - D 29 - L 30 - F 492 - A 185.
England Lineup
  Hibbs, E. Henry 28 27 May 1906 G Birmingham FC 23 24 GA
  Male, C. George 25 8 May 1910 RB Arsenal FC 4 0
  Hapgood, Edris A. 26 24 September 1908 LB Arsenal FC 12 0
  Gardner, Thomas 24 18 July 1910 RH Aston Villa FC 2 0
  Barker, John W. 29 27 February 1906 CH Derby County FC 5 0
  Burrows, Horace 25 11 March 1910 LH Sheffield Wednesday FC 3 0
Worrall, Fred 24 8 September 1910 OR Portsmouth FC 1 1
  Eastham, George R. 21 13 September 1913 IR Bolton Wanderers FC 1 0
  Richardson, William 25 29 May 1909 CF West Bromwich Albion FC 1 0
  Westwood, W. Raymond 23 14 April 1912 IL Bolton Wanderers FC 3 0
  Boyes, Walter 22 5 January 1913 OL West Bromwich Albion FC 1 0

reserves:

Bernard Joy (Casuals FC & Corinthians FC) and Charlie Craven (Grimsby Town FC).

team notes:

There were two changes to the original line-up, both in the frontline. Sunderland AFC's Raich Carter was the inside-right, and Arsenal FC's Ted Drake, the centre-forward. Their places going to Eastham and Richardson, respectively.
Harry Hibbs extends his record of the most appearances by a goalkeeper.
 
2-3-5 Hibbs -
Male, Hapgood -
Gardner, Barker, Burrows -
Worrall, Eastham, Richardson, Westwood, Boyes.

Averages:

Age 24.7 Appearances/Goals 5.1 0.1

 

    Match Report

AMSTERDAM, MAY 18.--Playing in pouring rain and on a muddy ground, England beat Holland by one goal to none to-day in the first official international match between the two countries. England played well on the whole, the defenders taking the chief honours, but Holland, by holding their rivals to such a narrow victory, showed that they have probably the best amateur team in the world. There were 40,000 spectators.

With a little more steadiness in front of goal Holland would have forced at least a draw...

Worrall, who got England's goal in the first minute of the second half from a pass by Westwood, did many clever things on the right wing, but he received little support from Eastham...--Reuter - The Times - Monday 20th May, 1935

 

 

 

IN OTHER NEWS...

It was on 19 May 1935 that Thomas Shaw died at 46 at the Bovington Camp military base in Dorset, from head injuries sustained six days earlier when he came off his motorcycle as he swerved to avoid two cyclists. He attained national fame as 'Lawrence of Arabia' when he revealed some of the exploits of his British Intelligence missions as part of the Arab Revolt against the Ottoman Empire during the Great War. Corporal Lawrence changed his name in 1923 to escape his fame, and then enlisted in the Royal Air Force.

Source Notes

TheFA.com
Voetbalstats.nl
Original newspaper reports
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