—"If any player shall intentionally trip put on hold an opposing player, or
deliberately handle the ball within twelve yards from his own goal-line, the
referee shall, on appeal, award the opposing side a penalty kick, to
be taken from any point twelve yards from the goal-line, under the
following conditions:-All players, with the exception of the player
taking the penalty kick and the opposing goal-keeper (who shall not
advance more than six yards from the goal-line) shall stand
at least six yards behind the ball. The ball shall be in
play when the kick is taken, and a goal may be scored from the
penalty kick." - 2 June 1891, Glasgow
5 March 1892, 2-0 vs. Ireland,
Solitude Ground, Cliftonville,
Towards the close of the match, a penalty kick
was given against Underwood for fouling Torrans in the English goal
Sam Torrans' kick proved abortive as Bill
Rowley saved it and nothing further resulted.
"but the ball shall not be again
played by the kicker until it has been played by another player. If
necessary, time of play shall be extended to admit of the penalty kick
being taken." - 13 June 1892, Llandudno
20 February 1897, 6-0 vs. Ireland, Trent Bridge Cricket Ground,
Bob Milne, between the 75th
and 85th minutes, missed his penalty kick against the debuting Jack Robinson,
after Bill Williams had fouled John Darling in the area. Milne's kick
suitable mark shall be made opposite each goal-post, 18 yards from the
goal-line, to assist the Referee in enforcing the regulations as regards
the penalty kick under Law 14.". - 17 June 1901,
22 March 1902, 1-0 vs. Ireland,
Showgrounds, Balmoral, Belfast
Bob Milne's second half penalty kick is
saved against Bill
George. The kick was awarded after Bob Crompton had fisted away the ball
within the twelve-yard line.
the event of any intentional infringement of Law 10 by the defending
side within the penalty area, the Referee shall award the opponents a
penalty kick which shall be taken from the penalty kick mark under the
following conditions ;—All players, with the exception of the
player taking the penalty kick and the opponents' goal-keeper shall be
outside the penalty area. The opponents' goal-keeper shall be within the
goal area. The ball must be kicked forward. The ball shall be in play
when the kick is taken, and a goal may be scored from a penalty kick ;
but the ball shall not be again played by the kicker until it has been
played by another player. If necessary, time of play shall be extended
to admit of the penalty kick being taken.
A free kick shall also be awarded to the opposite side if the ball is
not kicked forward, or is played a second time by the player who takes
the penalty kick, until it has been played by another player." - 16
June 1902, Scarborough
4 April 1903, 1-2 vs. Scotland, Bramall Lane, Highfield, Sheffield
Only The Observer reports that
Finlay Speedie's penalty kick is
saved by Tom Baddeley.
16 March 1908, 7-1 vs. Wales,
The Racecourse, Mold Road, Wrexham
Billy Meredith missed his 43rd minute penalty kick against
Horace Bailey. Bob Crompton
had fouled Tinker Davies, but Meredith shot wide. England were leading a
nine-man Welsh team 4-0.
13 April 1909, 2-0 vs. Scotland, The Crystal Palace, Sydenham Hill,
Jimmy Stark low and hard penalty kick was hit straight at
Sam Hardy. The penalty was
given by his namesake, James Stark, after he harshly adjudged that Jesse
Pennington handled the ball, he had apparently fisted the ball over his
22 November 1930, 4-0 vs. Wales,
Racecourse Ground, Mold Road,
Fred Keenor penalty kick
is saved against Harry Hibbs.
29 September 1934, 4-0 vs. Wales, Ninian Park, Sloper Road, Cardiff
Billy Evans penalty kick went wide of the goal against Harry Hibbs.
6 February 1935, 2-1 vs. Ireland, Goodison Park, Walton, Liverpool
Jackie Coulter's penalty kick hit the crossbar against Harry Hibbs.
18 November 1959, 2-1 vs. Northern Ireland,
Empire Stadium, Wembley,
Jimmy McIlroy penalty kick
is saved against Ron Springett.
20 May 1962, 4-0 vs. Peru,
Estadio Nacional Coloso de José Díaz, Lima
Oscar Montalvo penalty kick
is saved against Ron Springett.
12 June 1969, 1-2 vs. Brazil, Estádio Jornalista Mário Filho, Maracanã, Rio de Janeiro
Carlos Alberto's 28th minute
penalty kick is saved against Gordon Banks.
18 June 1980, 2-1 vs. Spain, Stadio San Paolo, Napoli, Italy
Dani's first penalty kick was successfully converted, but the retake
was saved by Ray Clemence.
12 June 1985, 3-0 vs. West Germany,
Estadio Azteca, Santa Úrsula, ciudad de México
Andreas Brehme's penalty kick was saved by Peter
26 March 1986, 1-0 vs. USSR,
Dinamo Stadion, Tbilisi, Georgia
Aleksandr Chivadze's 15th minute penalty kick hit
the post of the goal guarded by Peter Shilton.
15 June 1996, 2-0 vs. Scotland,
Wembley Stadium, Wembley
Gary McAllister's penalty kick was saved by David Seaman's left elbow.
1 September 1996, 3-0 vs. Moldova,
Stadionul Republican, Chişinău
Ion Testimitanu had his
penalty kick hit the against David Seaman's crossbar.
14 October 1998, 3-0 vs. Luxembourg,
Stade Josy Barthel, Stad
5th minute penalty kick was hit wide past David Seaman.
3 June 2000, 2-1 vs. Malta,
The National stadium, Ta'Qali
David Carabott's 31st minute penalty kick hit
the post, it did, however, end in the net after it rebounded in of Richard Wright.
Recorded as a Wright own goal.
28 February 2001, 3-0 vs. Spain,
Villa Park, Trinity Road, Witton, Birmingham
Javi Moreno 78th minute penalty kick was saved by Nigel Martyn.
25 March 2001, 4-0 vs. Mexico,
Pride Park, Derby
65th minute penalty kick was missed when it went wide past David James.
17 November 2004, 0-1 vs. Spain,
Estadio Santiago Bernabéu, Madrid
Raúl's 25th minute penalty kick was saved by Paul
10 October 2009, 0-1 vs. Ukraine,
Andriy Shevchenko's 16th minute penalty kick hit
the outside of the post and went wide, against David James.
14 November 2009, 0-1 vs. Brazil,
Khalifa International Stadium,
56th minute penalty kick was hit over the crossbar against Ben Foster.
6 February 2013, 2-1 vs. Brazil,
The National Stadium, Wembley, London
19th minute penalty was saved twice by Joe Hart.