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15th March

England on
16th March

17th March
England On This Day

1877
Sam Wolstenholme born in Little Lever
1872 The very first FA Cup Final is played at The Oval

1885
England team named to face Scotland

1895
Home Championship Ireland 2 Wales 2
1896 England inflict their heaviest victory on Wales
England now have twenty matches unbeaten
Tom Crawshaw's son dies
Home International Championship  
57 Monday, 16 March 1896 - Wales 1 England 9 [0-5]
Cardiff Arms Park, Cardiff
(10,000)
Chapman
Smith (2), Bloomer (5), Bassett,  Goodall
AW

1906 Jack Keenan (uncapped) dies in Burnley aged 41 1906 Billy Brawn joins Middlesbrough FC
1907
Home Championship Scotland 3 Ireland 0
1908 Dai Davies becomes the first international substitute

Home International Championship  
93 Monday, 16 March 1908 - Wales 1 England 7 [0-4]
The Racecourse, Wrexham (7,000)
Davies
Woodward (3
), Windridge, Wedlock, Hildson (2)
AW

  1911 Frank Jefferis joins Everton FC for £750
1912
Home Championship Ireland 1 Scotland 4
        amateur England 4 Netherlands 0 in Hull
1914 England beat Wales for seventh match in a row

Home International Championship  
118 Monday, 16 March 1914 - Wales 0 England 2 [0-0]
Ninian Park, Cardiff (17,586)
J.Smith, Wedlock AW


















1941
Bob Crompton dies in Blackburn aged 61
1949
Billy Hibbert dies in Blackpool aged 64



1957 Herbert Lock (uncapped) dies in Southampton aged 71



1962
Fred Pentland dies in Lytchett Matravers aged 78


1965
Ellis Rimmer dies in Formby aged 58






1989
Theo Walcott born in Stanmore
1915 Home Championship pp Scotland vs. Ireland
1918 45 year old Kelly Houlker plays in his his last match
1925 Russell Wainscoat joins Leeds United AFC for £2000
 Willis Edwards also joins Leeds United AFC for £1500
1926 Jimmy Moore signs for Chesterfield FC
1927 Joe Smith joins Stockport County FC
1928 Bill Rawlings joins Manchester United FC
 Eric Brook joins Manchester City FC for £4000
1929 amateur England 3 Scotland 1 at Elland Road
1932 Louis Page joins Manchester United FC
1935 goalkeeper Frank Moss scores against Everton FC
1936 Bill Nicholson signs amateur with Tottenham Hotspur
1937 Peter O'Dowd signs for Torquay United FC
1938 Home Championship Ireland 1 Wales 0
 George Hunt joins Bolton Wanderers FC for £5000
1939 Teddy Sandford joins Sheffield United FC for £1500
1940
war charity Kent FA 2 FA XI 3 at Rochester


1950
Eddie Hapgood appointed as Bath City AFC manager
1956 Louis Page to leave as manager of Chester City FC

1960
under 23 England 5 Netherlands 2 at Hillsborough
1961 Don Revie joins Leeds United AFC as player-manager
 Jack Crayston to leave as Doncaster Rovers FC secretary
1962 amateur England 3 Scotland 4 at Selhurst Park
 Billy Wright appointed as Arsenal FC manager
1963 youth Wales 0 England 1 at Haverfordwest

1966 Allan Clarke joins Fulham FC
 Colin Bell signs for Manchester City FC for £47,500
1968 youth England 2 Wales 3 at Vicarage Road
 Dick Spence marries Cecilia English in Hammersmith
1982 Harry Martin's wife, Elsie, dies
1984 Danny Wallace scores Goal of the Season

2000 England to play Germany at Wembley one last time
2001 Tony Cottee resigns as Barnet FC player-manager
2007 England squad named to face Israel and Andorra
2010 Callum WIlson signs pro with Coventry City FC
2017 England squad against Germany named via Facebook

2018 England remain sixteenth in rankings

 Netherlands announce squad to face England and Portugal

Opposition On This Day
1870 Billy Dalton (Ireland) born
1891 Patsy Gallagher (Ireland) born

1909 Wilf Lawrence (Wales) born
1912 Pierre Dalem (Belgium) born
1913 Tom Pearson (Scotland) born
1920 Leopold Gernhardt (Austria) born
1934 José María Maguregui (Spain) born
1971 official Carlos Velasco (Spain) born in Madrid
1974 Georgios Anatolakis (Greece)
& goalkeeper Bryan Baloyi (South Africa) born
1976 Pál Dárdai (Hungary) born
1977 official March Borsch (Germany) born
1979 Édison Méndez (Ecuador)
& Andrei Stepanov (Estonia) born
1981 Yoav Ziv (Israel) born
1989 Rajko Rotman (Slovenia)
& Vladimir Koman (Hungary) born
1991 Admir Mehmedi (Switzerland) born in Yugoslavia
1993 Andy Najar (Honduras) born


1898
Italian FA (FIGC) founded

















2006
Péter Bozsik (Hungary manager) appointed

   

England's Record on 16th March
Type P W D L F A GD FTS CS FAv AAv Pts % W/L
Away 3 3 0 0 18 2 +16 0 1 6.00 0.667 100.0 +3
Total 3 3 0 0 18 2 +16 0 1 6.00 0.667 100.0 +3

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