Scotland - Double Internationals


Scotland - Record International Players


JI = number of junior internationals
AI = number of amateur internationals
FI = number of full internationals

Given name(s)			Player		Club(s) 			JI	AI	FI	Notes
John				Anderson J	Arthurlie			 2 		 1 	Full cap - Leicester City.
Gordon				Armstrong G	Troon				 1 	 1 		
Robert				Beattie R	Kilwinning Rangers		 2 		 1 	Full cap - Preston North End.
Alexander			Bennett A	Rutherglen Glencairn		 4 		 11 	Full caps - Celtic and Rangers. His grandson is Sandy Carmichael, Scotland rugby international and British Lion.
John Bell "Jock"		Brown JB	Glenburn Rovers & Shawfield	 3 		 1 	Full cap - Clyde. Father of Scottish Rugby Union Internationals Peter ("PC") Brown and Gordon ("Broon frae Troon") Brown.
James "Jimmy"			Brownlie J	Blantyre Victoria		 1 		 16 	Full caps - Third Lanark.
Kenneth "Kenny"			Campbell K	Cambuslang Rangers		 2 		 8 	Full caps - Liverpool and Partick Thistle.
Thomas Stephen "Stevie"		Chalmers TS	Ashfield			 1 		 5 	Full caps - Celtic. Played in the 1967 European Cup Final - a "Lisbon Lion". Also played in one leg of the 1967 Inter-Continental Cup (the World Club Championship).
Robert Brown "Bobby"		Clark RB	Queen’s Park				 8 	 17 	Full caps - Aberdeen.
Donald Cameron			Colman DC	Maryhill			 3 		 4 	Full caps - Aberdeen.
James "Jimmy"			Connor J	Glasgow Perthshire		 1 		 4 	Full caps - Sunderland.
Peter Barr			Cormack PB	Hibernian				 5 	 9 	Full caps - Hibernian and Nottingham Forest.
Patrick Timothy "Pat"		Crerand PT	Duntocher Hibernian		 3 		 16 	Full caps - Celtic and Manchester United. Played in the 1968 European Cup Final. Also played in both legs of the 1968 Inter-Continental Cup (World Club Championship).
James Anderson			Croal JA	Falkirk Juniors	 		 2 		 3 	Full caps - Falkirk.
James Fergus			Cruikshank JF	Queen’s Park				 2 	 6 	Full caps - Heart of Midlothian.
John "Johnnie"			Crum J		Ashfield			 1 		 2 	Full caps - Celtic.
Andrew				Cunningham A	Newmilns			 1 		 12 	Full caps - Rangers. Captained Scotland at Full International level.
John Kelly "Dixie"		Deans JK	Neilston			 1 		 2 	Full caps - Celtic.
Robert "Bobby"			Dougan R	Shawfield			 3 		 1 	Full cap - Heart of Midlothian.
James "Jimmy"			Dunn J		St Anthony's			 1 		 6 	Full caps - Hibernian and Everton. A "Wembley Wizard".
Donald Campbell Clark		Ford DCC	Heart of Midlothian			 9 	 3 	Full caps - Heart of Midlothian.
Robert "Bob"			Foyers R	Burnbank Swifts			 1 		 2 	Full caps - St Bernards.
John Herbert "Bertie"		Fyfe JH		South Western			 1 		 1 	Full cap - Third Lanark.
John Wotherspoon		Gilchrist JW	St Anthony's			 1 		 1 	Full cap - Rangers.
James Eadie "Jimmy"		Gordon JE	Renfrew Victoria		 2 		 10 	Full caps - Rangers.
Douglas Herbert "Dougie"	Gray DH		Mugiemoss			 2 		 10 	Full caps - Rangers.
James				Hamilton J	Vale of Clyde			 2 		 1 	Full cap - St Mirren.
John Diamond "Jack"		Harkness JD	Queen’s Park				 2 	 11 	Full caps - Queen's Park and Heart of Midlothian. A "Wembley Wizard".
Robert Brown "Bobby"		Hogg RB		Royal Albert			 3 		 1 	Full cap - Celtic.
David Duff			Holt DD		Queen’s Park				 4 	 5 	Full caps - Heart of Midlothian. He also played for Great Britian in the 1960 Olympic Games football competition.
Andrew "Drew"			Jarvie A	Kilsyth Rangers			 2 		 3 	Full caps - Airdrieonians.
James Connolly "Jimmy"/"Jinky"	Johnstone JC	Blantyre Celtic			 1 		 23 	Full caps - Celtic. Played in the 1967 European Cup Final - a "Lisbon Lion". Also played in both legs and the replay of the 1967 Inter-Continental Cup (World Club Championship) and  the 1970 European Cup Final.
John Carmichael "Johnny"	Kelly JC	Arthurlie			 1 		 2 	Full caps - Barnsley. 
George Brown "Chicken"		Key GB		Parkhead			 1 		 1 	Full cap - Heart of Midlothian.
William Walter Stewart		King WWS	Queen’s Park				 5 	 1 	Full cap - Queen's Park.
James				Lawrence J	Glasgow Perthshire		 1 		 1 	Full cap - Newcastle United.
William "Willie"		Lennie W	Maryhill			 1 		 2 	Full caps - Aberdeen.
Daniel Sneddon Hamilton "Danny"	Liddle DSH	Wallyford Bluebell		 1 		 3 	Full caps - East Fife.
R John				Little RJ	Queen’s Park				 3 	 1 	Full cap - Rangers.
Peter Patrick			Lorimer PP	Leeds United				 7 	 21 	Full caps - Leeds United.
Thomas Pollock "Tommy"		Low TP		Parkhead			 1 		 1 	Full cap - Rangers.
David Craig "Dave"		Mackay DC	Newtongrange Star		 2 		 22 	Full caps - Heart of Midlothian and Tottenhan Hotspur.
Brian				Martin B	Shotts Bon Accord		 3 		 2 	Full caps - Motherwell.
Robert Johnston			McCann RJ	Dundee United & Queen’s Park		 6 	 5 	Full caps - Motherwell.
William Stirling "Billy"	McDerment WS	Johnstone Burgh	 		 1 	 1 		
Thomas B "Tommy"		McInally TB	St Anthony's			 2 		 2 	Full caps - Celtic.
Thomas  "Tommy"			McLean T	Kilmarnock				 4 	 6 	Full caps - Kilmarnock.
Alistair Alan "Gus"		McMillan AA	Ashfield			 2 	 1 		
Hugh				Morgan H	Longriggend Wanderers	 	 1 		 2 	Full caps - St Mirren and Liverpool.
Willie "Gooley"			Muir W		Glenbuck Athletic		 1 		 1 	Full cap - Dundee. 
George				Mulhall G	Kilsyth Rangers			 1 		 3 	Full caps - Aberdeen and Sunderland.
Francis "Frank"                 Murphy F        Maryhill Hibernian               1               1      Full cap - Celtic.
Peter				Nellies P	Douglas Water Thistle		 3 		 2 	Full caps - Heart of Midlothian. Captained Scotland at Full International level.
William M			Paton WM	Glenafton Athletic		 1 	 1 		
William Haddow "Willie"		Pettigrew WH	East Kilbride Thistle		 2 		 5 	Full caps - Motherwell.
John "Ian"			Prentice J	Irvine Meadow XI		 1 	 4 		
Patrick "Pat"			Quinn P		Bridgeton Waverley		 1 		 4 	Full caps - Motherwell.
James Smith			Raeside JS	Parkhead			 1 		 1 	Full cap - Third Lanark.
Henry George "Harry"		Rennie HG	Greenock Volunteers		 2 		 13 	Full caps - Heart of Midlothian and Hibernian.
Andrew				Richmond A	Parkhead			 2 		 1 	Full cap - Queen's Park.
William "Billy"			Ritchie W	Cumnock	 			 1 	 1 		
James Gillen			Robertson JG	Cowdenbeath				 1 	 1 	Full cap - Tottenham Hotspur.
Alexander Silcock "Alex"	Scott AS	Bo'ness United			 2 		 16 	Full caps - Rangers & Everton.
James "Jim"			Scott J		Bo'ness United			 1 		 1 	Full cap - Hibernian.
Ronald Campbell "Ronnie"	Simpson RC	Queen’s Park				 3 	 5 	Full caps - Celtic. Played for Great Britain in the 1948 Olympics Games football tournament. Played in the 1967 European Cup Final - a "Lisbon Lion".
Nicol "Nic"			Smith N		Darvel				 1 		 12 	Full caps - Rangers.
Alec				Stewart A	Perth YMCA & St Mirren		 2 	 1 		
James I "Jimmy"			Stewart JI	Greenock & Queen's Park		 1 	 10 		
James Scotland "Scot"		Symon JS	Dundee Violet	 		 1 		 1 	Full cap - Rangers.
Robert Bryson "Bobby"		Templeton RB	Kilmarnock Rugby XI		 1 		 11 	Full caps - Aston Villa, Newcastle United, Woolwich Arsenal and Kilmarnock.
Robert Staig "Bobby"		Walker RS	Dalry Primrose			 1 		 29 	Full caps - Heart of Midlothian.
Ian Andrew			Wallace IA	Yoker Athletic			 1 		 3 	Full caps - Coventry City.
Andrew Best "Andy"		Weir AB		Arthurlie			 1 		 6 	Full caps - Motherwell.
Paul				Wilson P	Blantyre Celtic			 1 		 1 	Full cap - Celtic.
William S			Wiseman WS	Queen’s Park				 6 	 2 	Full caps - Queen's Park.
Benjamin Collard "Benny"	Yorston BC	Mugiemoss			 1 		 1 	Full cap - Aberdeen.

NOTES:						

Junior Internationals are matches played by the team selected from players playing for
member clubs of the Scottish Junior Football Association against teams representing, over
time, England, Ireland, Isle of Man, Northern Ireland, Republic of Ireland and Wales.

Amateur Internationals are matches played up to and including the 1973/74 season. In 1974 
the Football Association removed the distinction between amateurs and professionals simply 
calling them players. This meant the end of the British Amateur Home International Championship 
and the end of the Scotland amateur team playing international matches.		
				
Alec Stewart (Perth YMCA & St Mirren) is probably the player who came closest to playing 
for Scotland at all three levels. While at Motherwell he played for the Scottish League v 
Football League in 1937.						

Ian Prentice (Irvine Meadow XI) played in both an amateur and junior international match 
less than 24 hours apart. On the evening of Friday 15 March 1963 he played for the Scotland 
amateur team against England at Hampden Park, Glasgow.  On the afternoon of Saturday 16 
March 1963 he played for Junior Scotland against Northern Ireland at Firhill Park, Glasgow.						



Scotland - Record International Players


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