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Alf Spouncer born in Gainsborough
William Page (reserve) dies in London aged 25
1886 Fred Bullock born in Hounslow

Arthur Brown dies in Aston aged 50

Evelyn Lintott killed in action in the Somme aged 32

Alan Sunderland born in Conisbrough
1866 Harry Daft is baptised in Radcliffe-on-Trent

Alf Lyttelton's daughter, Mary, is born

Walter Bull appointed Northampton Town manager

Jimmy Seddon's son, Kenneth, is born
FA Tour of Canada Saskatoon 0 England 7
Harry Roberts joins Chesterfield FC
FA Tour of Canada Calgary 0 England 4
Dan Tremelling joins Birmingham FC as trainer
FA Tour of South Africa South Africa 1 England 2
Harry Storer becomes Birmingham City FC manager
England team named to face Spain

Jack Crayston leaves as Doncaster Rovers manager
Joe Mercer's appointment as England manager ends
Kevin Keegan becomes a Southampton FC player
Paul Bracewell joins Sunderland AFC for £225,000
Ray Wilkins becomes an AC Milan player
1989 Chris Waddle becomes a Marseille player
1990 Gary Lineker scores two penalties for England for first time since 1969
Quarter-Final West Germany 1 Czechoslovakia 0

World Cup Finals match
662 Sunday, 1 July 1990 -
Cameroon 2 England 3 [0-1]ᴭᵀ
Stadio San Paolo, Napoli
Kundé (pen), Ekéké
Platt, Lineker (2 pens)

  1992 France chosen as the 1998 World Cup Final hosts
 Michael Gray signs pro forms with Sunderland AFC
1995 Frank Lampard signs pro with West Ham United FC
 Gavin McCann signs pro forms with Everton FC
 Gareth Southgate joins Aston Villa FC for £2½m
1996 Peter Taylor appointed as under 21 manager
under 17 England 1 France 1
Steve McManaman becomes a Real Madrid player
 David Platt becomes manager at Nottingham Forest FC
England are fined for improper conduct of the team
David Beckham joins Real Madrid CF for £25m
Lee Bowyer joins Newcastle United FC for free
2004 Gabby Agbonlahor signs pro with Aston Villa FC
 Emile Heskey becomes a Birmingham City player
2005 Tom Huddlestone now Tottenham Hotspur FC player
 Tim Sherwood leaves Coventry City FC
2006 Sven-Göran Eriksson's final match in charge
Quarter-final Brazil 0 France 1
Glenn Hoddle resigns as Wolverhampton Wanderers FC manager

World Cup Finals match
842 Saturday, 1 July 2006 - England 0 Portugal 0 [0-0]ᴭᵀ
1-3 on penalty kicks
Veltins Arena, Gelsenkirchen (52,000)

Wayne Rooney

  2007 David Beckham becomes a LA Galaxy player
 Owen Hargreaves now a Manchester United FC player
2008 Jordan Henderson signs pro with Sunderland AFC
2009 Michael Ball leaves Manchester City FC
 Phil Jones signs pro forms with Blackburn Rovers FC
2010 Jon Flanagan signs pro forms with Liverpool FC
 Chris Smalling becomes a Manchester United player
2011 women New Zealand 1 England 2 in Dresden
 Scott Carson signs for Turkish side Bursaspor KD
Steven Caulker joins Swansea City FC on loan
2012 Rob Green now a Queen's Park Rangers FC keeper
 Richard Wright joins Preston North End FC
2013 Ollie Watkins signs pro forms with Exeter City FC
2014 Adam Lallana joins Liverpool FC for £25m
2016 Andros Townsend joins Crystal Palace for £13m
 Stephen Warnock becomes a Wigan Athletic player
2015 women Japan 2 England 1 in Edmonton
 Tom Cleverly becomes an Everton FC player
 Nathaniel Clyne joins Liverpool FC for £12½m
Frank Lampard joins New York City FC
 James Milner becomes a Liverpool FC player
2016 Kyle Walker-Peters now a Tottenham Hotspur player
2017 women Denmark 1 England 2 in Søborg
2018 round of sixteen
 Spain 1 Russia 1 & Croatia 1 Denmark 1

2019 Danny Ings signs for Southampton FC for £20m.
 Ben White joins Leeds United AFC on loan
2020 Tom Huddlestone released by Derby County FC
under 19 FINAL Israel 1 England 3
2023 women England 0 Portugal 0 at stadium mk
 Tom Cleverley retires from playing because of injury
 Harry Winks signs for Leicester City FC for £10m.

Opposition On This Day
1890 Ferenc Bihari (Hungary) born
1902 Félix Quesada (Spain) born
1903 Wilf Lewis (Wales) born
1911 Leslie Jones (Wales) born

1922 Riccardo Carapellese (Italy) born
1924 goalkeeper Antonio Ramallets (Spain) born

1966 official Frank De Bleeckere (Belgium)
& Ola Andersson (Sweden) born
1967 goalkeeper Ernest Barry (Malta) born

1976 Rigobert Song (Cameroon),
Patrick Kluivert & Ruud van Nistelrooij (Netherlands),
Hannu Tihinen (Finland) born
1977 Balázs Molnár (Hungary) born

1983 Roland Juhász (Hungary) born
1985 Mohamed Abdel-Shafy (Egypt) born
1989 Farouk Ben Moustafa (Tunisia) born
1995 Krzysztof Piątek (Poland) born

Georges Boulogne (France manager) born

Craig Brown (Scotland manager) born

George Buschner (E. Germany manager) appointed

Sepp Piontek (Denmark manager) appointed

Ralf Loose (Liechtenstein manager) appointed
Luis Aragonés (Spain manager) appointed
Guus Hiddink (Russia manager) effective
Ottmar Hitzfeld (Switzerland manager) appointed
Vladimir Petković (Switzerland manager) effective
2015 Dirk Blind (Netherlands manager) appointed
England's Record on 1st July
Type P W D L F A GD FTS CS FAv AAv Pts % W/L
Neutral 2 1 1 0 3 2 +1 1 1 1.50 1.00 75.0 +1
Total 2 1 1 0 3 2 +1 1 1 1.50 1.00 75.0 +1