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6th March

England on
7th March

8th March
Friendly match  
3 Saturday, 7 March 1874 - Scotland 2 England 1 [1-1]
The West of Scotland Cricket Ground, Partick (4,000)
Anderson, MacKinnon
Kingsford
AL


1887
Teddy Taylor born in West Derby
1882 England team chosen to face Wales & Scotland
1887
England team chosen to face Scotland
1891 For the first time, two matches played on same day,
playing at Ashville for their only time and Molineux for the first time

Home International Championship  
41 Saturday, 3.30pm, 7 March 1891 -
England 6 Ireland 1
[3-0]
Molineux, Wolverhampton
(15,231)
Cotterill, Henfrey, Daft, Bassett, Lindley (2)
Whiteside
HW
42 Saturday, 3.35pm, 7 March 1891 -
England 4 Wales 1
[4-0]
Ashville Ground, Sunderland (15,000)
Goodall, Southworth, Chadwick, Milward
Howell
HW

  1895 Wales team chosen to face Ireland & England
1896 James Fitzpatrick is the second youngest opposing captain
then the England team chosen to face Wales

Home International Championship  
56 Saturday, 7 March 1896 - Ireland 0 England 2 [0-1]
Cliftonville Gardens, Belfast (12,000)
Smith, Bloomer AW






1920
Willie Watson born in Bolton-upon-Dearne
Reg Lewis (reserve) born in Bilston


1927
Arnold Hills dies in Penshurst aged 69





1966
George Camsell dies in Middlesbrough aged 63
1973
Ray Parlour born in Romford


1994
Jordan Pickford born as Jordan Logan in Washington
1900 teams chosen for the England and Ireland match
1902 Ireland team chosen to play England
1908
Home Championship Scotland 2 Wales 1
1910 England team chosen to play Wales
1911 teams chosen for the England and Wales match
1920
Clem Stephenson's son, Clement, born

1921 England team chosen to face Wales
1922 Jerry Dawson awarded a gold watch for 500 matches

1933 Joe Peacock released by Leyton Orient FC
1934 Jimmy Dimmock signs for Ashford Town FC
1949 Joe Hulme relieved of his Tottenham Hotspur duties
1950 Home Championship Ireland 1 Wales 2
1954 amateur Netherlands 1 England 0 in Rotterdam

1973 under 23 England 1 Czechoslovakia 0 at Villa Park
1989 under 21 Albania 1 England 2 at Shkodër
1990 under 20 Korean Republic 1 England 1 at Melbourne

1995
James Beattie signs pro with Blackburn Rovers FC
2001 Stan Collymore announces his retirment
2003 The 2014 World Cup Finals to be in South America
2011 Andros Townsend joins Millwall FC on loan
2012
England drop one to sixth in rankings

2013 Montenegro squad announced to face England
 Nick Pope joins Cambridge United FC on loan
2014 Michael Keane joins Blackburn Rovers FC on loan

2016 Stephen Warnock joins Wigan Athletic FC on loan

Opposition On This Day
1885 George Robertson (Scotland) born
1904 Ladislav Zenišek (Czechoslovakia) born
1909 André Abegglen (Switzerland) born
1918 Börje Leander (Sweden) born
1921 Billy Waddell (Scotland) born
1926 Ernst Ocwirk (Austria) born
1933 Jackie Blanchflower (Northern Ireland) born

1973 Mariusz Kukiełka (Poland) born
1976 official Sebastian Eugen Gheorghe (Romania)
& Kaies Ghodhbane (Tunisia) born
1983 Dimitar Rangelov (Bulgaria)
& Sebastián Viera (Uruguay) born
1987 Hatem Ben Arfa (France) born
1988 Gleb Maltisev (Kazakhstan)
& Amir Bajrami (Sweden) born in Yugoslavia
1993 Jackson Irvine (Australia) born







1960
Jozef Chovanec (Czech manager & player) born

England's Record on 7th March
Type P W D L F A GD FTS CS FAv AAv Pts % W/L
Home 2 2 0 0 10 2 +8 0 0 5.00 0.00 100.0 +2
Away 2 1 0 1 3 2 +1 0 1 1.50 1.00 50.0 =0
Total 4 3 0 1 13 4 +9 0 1 3.25 1.00 75.0 +2

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