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England On This Day
1881 Horace Bailey born in Litchurch
1884
Frank Jefferis born in Fordingbridge












1957
George Blackburn dies in Birmingham aged 58
1959
Graham Roberts born in Southampton
1881 George Davis baptised in Alfreton
1884
Tim Williamson baptised in North Ormesby
1893
Jack Cox marries Edith Heffer in Spondon
1894
Bill Townley signs for Darwen FC
1901
Sam Wolstenholme marries Alice Simmons
1915
Jack Butler deserted the Footballers' Battalion
1920
FA Tour of South Africa Orange Prov. 2 England 4
1925
Charlie Buchan re-signs for Arsenal FC for £4100
1926
FA Tour of Canada Manitoba 0 England 7
 Charles Wollaston buried in Golders' Green
1929
FA Tour of South Africa Griqualand 0 England 10
1931
FA Tour of Canada Manitoba 1 England 3
1937
amateur New South Wales 1 England 3
1947
Stan Cullis suspended for 14 days by the FA
1966 Jimmy Greaves makes his fiftieth appearance
England party for the World Cup Finals confirmed

Tour of Scandinavia match
402 Sunday, 3 July 1966 - Denmark 0 England 2 [0-1]
Idrætsparken, København (32,000)
J.Charlton, Eastham AW

  1978 Jimmy Armfield sacked as Leeds United FC manager
1987 Tony Dorigo joins Chelsea FC for £475,000
1990 semi-final Argentina1 Italy 1
 Dennis Wise signs for Chelsea FC for a record £1.6m
1995
Stan Collymore joins Liverpool FC for £8½m
1996
England up to thirteenth in rankings
1997 Rob Green signs pro forms with Norwich City FC
1999 Luke Young signs pro forms with Tottenham Hotspur
2000
England to play France in September
2001
Richard Wright and Sol Campbell join Arsenal FC
 Frank Lampard joins Chelsea FC for £11m
2002 England up to eighth in rankings
2003 David Dunn signs for Birmingham City FC for £5½m
2008 Curtis Davies signs for Aston Villa FC for £8m.
2009 Daniel Sturridge joins Chelsea FC for £3½m
 
Michael Owen joins Manchester United FC for free
 Paul Ince rejoins MK Dons FC as manager
2012 under 19 England 1 Croatia 1 in Tallinn
2013 Jonjo Shelvey joins Swansea City FC for £5m.
2014 Aaron Cresswell joins West Ham United FC for £3¾m.
2017
under 19 Bulgaria 0 England 2 in Tbilisi
 John Terry joins Aston Villa FC
 Michael Keane joins Everton FC for £30m.
2018 Harry Kane scores his ninth goal, in six consecutive appearances
round of sixteen Sweden 1 Switzerland 0

World Cup Finals match
982 Tuesday, 3 July 2018 - England 1 Colombia 1 [0-0]ᴭᵀ
4-3 on penalty kicks
Otkritie Arena, Moskva (44,190)
Kane (pen)
Mina
ND

   
2021 England win a competitive match for the 200th time
quarter-final Czech Republic 1 Denmark 2

European Championship Finals match
1019 Saturday, 3 July 2021 - England 4 Ukraine 0 [1-0]
Stadio Olimpica, Roma (11,880)
Kane (2), Maguire, Henderson NW

   

Opposition On This Day
1947 Ron Rensenbrink (Netherlands) born
1965 official Bertrand Layec (France) born in Vannes
1975 official Péricles Bassols (Brazil) born
1986 Ola Toivonen (Sweden) born
1987 goalkeeper Florin Niţă (Romania) born
1990 Mario Velarde (Peru) born
1992 Norbert Gyömbér (Slovakia) &
Hysen Memolla (Albania) born
1994 Marc Rebés (Andorra) born
2000 Mikkel Damsgaard (Denmark) born






1992
Football Union of Russia founded
England's Record on 3rd July
Type P W D L F A GD FTS CS FAv AAv Pts % W/L
Away 1 1 0 0 2 0 +2 0 1 2.00 0.00 100.0 +1
Neutral 2 1 1 0 5 1 +4 0 1 2.50 0.50 75.0 +1
Total 3 2 1 0 7 1 +6 0 2 2.333 0.333 83.3 +2
 

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