First Ever International Football Fixture
First Ever International Football Fixture
30th of November 1872, West of Scotland Cricket Club at Hamilton Crescent in Partick Scotland. The primary ever official affiliation football worldwide match would be played among Scotland and England. Amazingly each of the eleven Scottish players were chosen from Queens Park FC, the top Scottish club of this period. Sovereigns are as yet playing in the Scottish Third Division right up 'til today and are the solitary beginner club in the Scottish association. The England side comprised of players from nine distinct clubs with three of those addressing Oxford University. Paying an extra charge of a pushing, the group totalled 4,000 yet they needed to sit tight as the opening shot for this excitedly anticipated challenge was postponed by twenty minutes because of mist. The Scots fixed up in dull blue pullovers with the thorn weaved with the English group in white shirts with the three lions on their chests. The pitch wasn't awesome because of the weighty precipitation that had slipped on Glasgow for the past three days yet nothing could hinder the eager group that joined in. Reports from the game show Scotland had the edge with predominant running and spilling abilities as was relied upon because of the Scots eleven all playing for a similar club side. Players of this time predominately spilled with the ball as there was no notice of any passing moves in any reports of the game. Despite the fact that Scotland had an objective prohibited in the principal a large portion of, the umpire expressing the ball had gone over the tape which was utilized before crossbars were acquired, the game finished in a nil - nil impasse. This was the beginning of an extraordinary football contention between the two nations which has seen them play multiple times with England winning multiple times, Scotland dominating 41 games with 24 draws. เที่ยวตามภาพยนตร์ Groups SCOTLAND: all Queens Park 1 Robert W Gardner skipper 2 William Ker 3 Joseph Taylor 4 James Thomson 5 James Smith 6 Robert Smith 7 Robert Leckie 8 Alexander Rhind 9 Billy MacKinnon 10 Jimmy Weir 11 David Wotherspoon Britain: 1 Robert Barker (Hertfordshire Rangers) 2 Ernest Greenhalgh (Notts County) 3 Reginald de Courtenay Welch (Harrow Chequers) 4 Frederick Chappell (Oxford University) 5 William Maynard (first Surrey Rifles) 6 John Brockbank (Cambridge University) 7 Charles Clegg (Sheffield Wednesday) 8 Arnold Kirke-Smith (Oxford University) 9 Cuthbert Ottaway (Oxford University) (c) 10 Charles Chenery (Crystal Palace) 11 Charles Morice (Barnes)..

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