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Scotland VS England was the first International football fixture... quote: "The first official international football match took place in 1872 between Scotland and England in Glasgow" http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Association_football
Ian Botham Dennis Law Sir Ian Botham has never played international football for Scotland.... Denis Law never played cricket for England Andy Goram played both football and cricket for Scotland but never cricket for England. He also played football in England for Oldham Athletic, Notts County, Sheffield Utd, Coventry City and played 2 games for Manchester Utd in 2001 whilst on loan
The first international was Scotland vs. England in Scotland.
Scotland v England (1872) was the first ever official international football match to be played. It was contested by the national teams of Scotland and England
Greece, England and Scotland
England verses Scotland
The first official soccer (international football) match recorded was in 1872 between the national teams of Scotland and England. The match was played on November 30, 1872, in Patrick, Scotland.
They played England.
England Vs Scotland
England and Scotland have played each other 110 times. England wins: 45 Scotland wins: 41 Draws: 24
Thematch between Scotland and England was a single international played between the teams on 27 March 1871. Scotland won.
The first international game of "rugby football" was played IN Scotland between Scotland and England The game was played at Raeburn Place, Edinburgh, the home ground of the then Edinburgh Academicals, on 27 March 1871. Scotland won the game
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Donald Ford (and possibly Alan Rough)
Raeburn Place, Edinburgh Scotland vs England
Lou macari was one, for Scotland
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Geoff Boycott and Kenny Dalglish?
Yes England have played cricket in Scotland.
Sports that are played at international level (e.g. France vs England at football/soccer).
England and Scotland are the oldest international side with wales and Ireland behind them
The first official international match was played in 1872 between Scotland and England.
The first game was actually in Scotland. Also the first game was England v.s. ScotlandFootball in general can be traced by over 900 years to Medieval Shrovetide football. However, the 'Laws of the game' for Assosiation football (Soccer) were coded by the Football Association in 1863. The first ever soccer match was played on Barnes common at Mortlake, London on 19th December 1863 between Barnes football club and Richmond football club. The Barnes club was captained by E.C. Morley who founded the Barnes club and wrote the 'Laws of the Game' for and behalf of the Football Association. The purpose of the game was to test the new code. The game ended 0-0.The first of 5 experimental international association football (Soccer) matches were played between a team of Army offices representing England and a team of London based Scottish players representing Scotland. The games were played between 5th March 1872 and 24th February 1872 at the Oval, London. The first game ended with a 1-1 draw with Scotland scoring the first unofficial international goal. The first official international game was played between Scotland vs. England on 30th November 1872 (St Andrews day in Scotland). The game took place at the West of Scotland Cricket Club, Glasgow. The game ended with a 0-0 draw.
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