Scotland - International Matches 1872-1880


Overview
Details 1881-1890

(Match 1)  30th November 1872  (Friendly match)
SCOTLAND - ENGLAND  0-0
Referee:   William Keay (Scotland)
Crowd:     3.000, West of Scotland Cricket Ground (Hamilton Crescent), Glasgow
SCOTLAND:
Robert W. Gardner [c]                (1/Queen's Park) -
Joseph Taylor			     (1/Queen's Park)
William Ker			     (1/Queen's Park) -
James John Thomson		     (1/Queen's Park)
James Smith			     (1/Queen's Park) -
William Muir MacKinnon               (1/Queen's Park)
James Begg (Jerry) Weir              (1/Queen's Park)
Robert Leckie			     (1/Queen's Park)
David N. Wotherspoon		     (1/Queen's Park)
Robert Smith			     (1/Queen's Park)
Alexander Rhind			     (1/Queen's Park)

ENGLAND:
Robert Barker - Ernest Harwood Greenhalgh, Reginald Courtenay Welch - Frederick Patey
Chappell, William John Maynard - John Brockbank, John Charles Clegg, Arnold Kirke Smith,
Cuthbert John Ottaway [c], Charles John Chenery, Charles John Morice.

Notes:  This was the first International match in History.
	Gardner, Ker and Thomson also played with Granville FC.
	James and Robert Smith also played with South Norwood FC.
	The West of Scotland Cricket Ground in Partick still exists for Cricket matches.
	

(Match 2) 8th March 1873 (Friendly match) ENGLAND - SCOTLAND 4-2 (2-1) Referee: T.Lloyd (England) Crowd: 3.000, Kennington Oval, London Goals: 1-0 Kenyon-Slaney (1), 2-0 Bonsor (10), 2-1 Renny-Tailyour (25), 2-2 Gibb (70), 3-2 Kenyon-Slaney (75), 4-2 Chenery (85) ENGLAND: Alexander Morten [c] - Ernest Harwood Greenhalgh, Leonard Sidgwick Howell - Alfred George Goodwyn, Pelham George von Donop - Alexander George Bonsor, William Edwin Clegg, Robert Walpole Sealy Vidal, George Hubert Hugh Heron, Charles John Chenery, William Slaney Kenyon-Slaney. SCOTLAND: Robert W. Gardner [c] (2/Queen's Park) - Joseph Taylor (2/Queen's Park) William Ker (2/Queen's Park) - James John Thomson (2/Queen's Park) Robert Smith (2/Queen's Park) - William Muir MacKinnon (2/Queen's Park) Henry Waugh Renny-Tailyour (1/Royal Engineers) Arthur Fitzgerald Kinnaird (1/The Wanderers) John Edward Blackburn (1/Royal Engineers) William Gibb (1/Clydesdale) David N. Wotherspoon (2/Queen's Park) Notes: The 'International Fund' allowed only eight return tickets to London for this match, so three of the team were London residents. Arthur Kinnaird qualified by being a Perthshire landowner. Henry Renny-Tailyour was born in India, and also represented Scotland at Rugby Union.
(Match 3) 7th March 1874 (Friendly match) SCOTLAND - ENGLAND 2-1 (1-1) Referee: Archibald Rae (Scotland) Crowd: 7.000, West of Scotland Cricket Ground, Glasgow Goals: 0-1 Kingsford (28), 1-1 Anderson (42), 2-1 A.MacKinnon (47) SCOTLAND: Robert W. Gardner (3/Clydesdale) - John Hunter (1/3rd Lanark Rifle Volunteers) Joseph Taylor (3/Queen's Park) - Charles Campbell (1/Queen's Park) James John Thomson [c] (3/Queen's Park) - James Begg (Jerry) Weir (2/Queen's Park) John Ferguson (1/Vale of Leven) Henry McNeil (1/Queen's Park) William Muir MacKinnon (3/Queen's Park) Angus MacKinnon (1/Queen's Park) Frederick Anderson (1/Clydesdale) ENGLAND: Reginald Courtenay Welch - Robert Andrew Muter MacIndoe Ogilvie, Alfred Hugh Stratford - Francis Hornby Birley, Cuthbert John Ottaway [c] - John Robert Blayney Owen, Charles Henry Reynolds Wollaston, George Hubert Hugh Heron, John Hawley Edwards, Robert Kennett Kingsford, Charles John Chenery.
(Match 4) 6th March 1875 (Friendly match) ENGLAND - SCOTLAND 2-2 (1-1) Referee: Francis Arthur Marindin (England) Crowd: 2.000, Kennington Oval, London Goals: 1-0 Wollaston (5), 1-1 McNiel (30), 2-1 Alcock (70), 2-2 Andrews (75) ENGLAND: William Henry Carr - Edward Brownlow Haygarth, William Stepney Rawson - Francis Hornby Birley, Pelham George von Donop - Charles Henry Reynolds Wollaston, Charles William Alcock [c], Herbert Edward Rawson, Alexander George Bonsor, George Hubert Hugh Heron, Richard Lyon Geaves. SCOTLAND: Robert W. Gardner (4/Clydesdale) - John Hunter (2/Glasgow Eastern) Joseph Taylor [c] (4/Queen's Park) - Alexander Kennedy (1/Glasgow Eastern) Alexander McLintock (1/Vale of Leven) - James Begg (Jerry) Weir (3/Queen's Park) William Muir MacKinnon (4/Queen's Park) Henry McNiel (2/Queen's Park) Thomas Cochrane Highet (1/Queen's Park) Peter Andrews (1/Glasgow Eastern) John McPherson (1/Clydesdale)
(Match 5) 4th March 1876 (Friendly match) SCOTLAND - ENGLAND 3-0 (3-0) Referee: William C. Mitchell (Scotland) Crowd: 15.000, West of Scotland Cricket Ground, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 MacKinnon (8), 2-0 McNiel (12), 3-0 Highet (16) SCOTLAND: Alexander McGeoch (1/Dumbreck) - Joseph Taylor [c] (5/Queen's Park) John Hunter (3/3rd Lanark Rifle Volunteers) - Alexander McLintock (2/Vale of Leven) Alexander Kennedy (2/Glasgow Eastern) - Henry McNiel (3/Queen's Park) William Muir MacKinnon (5/Queen's Park) Thomas Cochrane Highet (2/Queen's Park) William Miller (1/3rd Lanark Rifle Volunteers) John Ferguson (2/Vale of Leven) John Campbell Baird (1/Vale of Leven) ENGLAND: Arthur Henry Patrick Savage - Edgar Field, Frederick Thomas Green - Beaumont Griffith Jarrett, Ernest Henry Bambridge - Walter Scott Buchanan, George Hubert Hugh Heron [c], Charles Eastlake Smith, William John Maynard, Charles Francis William Heron, Arthur William Cursham.
(Match 6) 25th March 1876 (Friendly match) SCOTLAND - WALES 4-0 (1-0) Referee: Robert Gardner (Scotland) Crowd: 17.000, West of Scotland Cricket Ground, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Ferguson (40), 2-0 Lang (48), 3-0 MacKinnon (53), 4-0 H.McNiel (70) SCOTLAND: Alexander McGeoch (2/Dumbreck) - Joseph Taylor (6/Queen's Park) Robert W. Neill (1/Queen's Park) - Alexander Kennedy (3/Glasgow Eastern) Charles Campbell [c] (2/Queen's Park) - Thomas Cochrane Highet (3/Queen's Park) John Ferguson (3/Vale of Leven) James J. Lang (1/Clydesdale) William Muir MacKinnon (6/Queen's Park) Moses McLay McNiel (1/Rangers) Henry McNiel (4/Queen's Park) WALES: David Thomson - William Addams Williams Evans, Samuel Llewelyn Kenrick [c] - Edwin Alfred Cross, William Williams - Dr.Daniel Grey, William Henry Davies, George Frederick Thomson, John Hawley Edwards, John Jones, Alfred Davies. Notes: Henry and Moses McNiel were the first brothers to play for Scotland. Some sources give their surname as McNeil, but this is wrong according to the Birth Certificate of Henry McNiel. Solicitor Samuel Llewelyn Kenrick, who captained Wales, was the first Chairman and Honorary Secretary of the Football Association of Wales. In his playing career, he gained five caps. Kenrick was also the referee of the match between Wales and Scotland on 14th March 1881, which the Scots won 5-1.
(Match 7) 3rd March 1877 (Friendly match) ENGLAND - SCOTLAND 1-3 (0-1) Referee: Robert Andrew Muter MacIndoe Ogilvie (England) Crowd: 2.000, Kennington Oval, London Goals: 0-1 Ferguson (25), 0-2 Richmond (48), 1-2 Lyttleton (55), 1-3 Ferguson (86) ENGLAND: Morton Peto Betts - William Lindsay, Lindsay Bury - Beaumont Griffith Jarrett, William Stepney Rawson [c] - Charles Henry Reynolds Wollaston, Alfred Lyttleton, William H.Mosforth, Arthur William Cursham, John Bain, Cecil Vernon Wingfield-Stratford. SCOTLAND: Alexander McGeoch (3/Dumbreck) - Robert W. Neill (2/Queen's Park) Thomas C. Vallance (1/Rangers) - Charles Campbell [c] (3/Queen's Park) James Phillips (1/Queen's Park) - James Tassie Richmond (1/Clydesdale) William Muir MacKinnon (7/Queen's Park) John C. McGregor (1/Vale of Leven) John McDougall (1/Vale of Leven) John Smith (1/Mauchline) John Ferguson (4/Vale of Leven)
(Match 8) 5th March 1877 (Friendly match) WALES - SCOTLAND 0-2 (0-0) Referee: William A. Dick (Scotland) Crowd: 4.000, The Racecourse Ground, Wrexham Goals: 0-1 Campbell (55), 0-2 Evans (75) own goal WALES: Thomas Blundell Burnett - William Addams Williams Evans, Samuel Llewelyn Kenrick [c] - John Richard Morgan, Edwin Alfred Cross - William Henry Davies, Alfred Davies, Henry Price, Alexander Fletcher Jones, John Hughes, George Frederick Thomson. SCOTLAND: Alexander McGeoch (4/Dumbreck) - Robert W. Neill (3/Queen's Park) Thomas C. Vallance (2/Rangers) - James Phillips (2/Queen's Park) Charles Campbell [c] (4/Queen's Park) - John Smith (2/Mauchline) John C. McGregor (2/Vale of Leven) John Ferguson (5/Vale of Leven) John McDougall (2/Vale of Leven) Henry McNiel (5/Queen's Park) John Hunter (4/3rd Lanark Rifle Volunteers) Notes: The Referee William Dick was the Secretary of the Scottish Football Association. The second Scottish goal is credited to Powell (own goal) in some sources, but there was no Powell in the Welsh team.
(Match 9) 2nd March 1878 (Friendly match) SCOTLAND - ENGLAND 7-2 (4-0) Referee: William A. Dick (Scotland) Crowd: 10.000, 1st Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 McDougall (7), 2-0 McGregor (32), 3-0 McNiel (39), 4-0 McDougall (41), 5-0 McDougall (46), 6-0 MacKinnon (62), 6-1 Wylie (65), 7-1 McNiel (70), 7-2 Cursham (75) SCOTLAND: Robert W. Gardner (5/Clydesdale) - Andrew McIntyre (1/Vale of Leven) Thomas C. Vallance (3/Rangers) - Charles Campbell [c] (5/Queen's Park) Alexander Kennedy (4/3rd Lanark Rifle Volunteers) - James Tassie Richmond (2/Queen's Park) John C. McGregor (3/Vale of Leven) John McDougall (3/Vale of Leven) Thomas Cochrane Highet (4/Queen's Park) William Muir MacKinnon (8/Queen's Park) Henry McNiel (6/Queen's Park) ENGLAND: Conrad Wagner - John Hunter, Edward Lyttleton - Beaumont Griffith Jarrett, Norman Coles Bailey - Arthur William Cursham [c], Percy Fairclough, John George Wylie, Henry Wace, George Hubert Hugh Heron, William H. Mosforth. Notes: John McDougall is the first player to score a hat-trick for Scotland.
(Match 10) 23rd March 1878 (Friendly match) SCOTLAND - WALES 9-0 (6-0) Referee: Robert Gardner (Scotland) Crowd: 6.000, 1st Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 P.Campbell (4), 2-0 Weir (15), 3-0 P.Campbell (18), 4-0 Baird (37), 5-0 Ferguson (38), 6-0 Weir (42), 7-0 Ferguson (50), 8-0 Watson (60), 9-0 Lang (70) SCOTLAND: Robert Parlane (1/Vale of Leven) - James Duncan (1/Alexandria Athletic) Robert W. Neill [c] (4/Queen's Park) - James Phillips (3/Queen's Park) David Davidson (1/Queen's Park) - John Ferguson (6/Vale of Leven) John Campbell Baird (2/Vale of Leven) James J. Lang (2/3rd Lanark Rifle Volunteers) James Begg (Jerry) Weir (4/Queen's Park) James A.K. Watson (1/Rangers) Peter Campbell (1/Rangers) WALES: Edward Phennah - George Garnet Higham [c], John Powell - Henry Valentine Edwards, William Williams - George Foulkes Savin, James Davies, Dr.Daniel Grey, Thomas Johnson Britten, John Price, Charles Edwards.
(Match 11) 5th April 1879 (Friendly match) ENGLAND - SCOTLAND 5-4 (1-4) Referee: Charles Wollaston (England) Crowd: 4.500, Kennington Oval, London Goals: 1-0 Mosforth (5), 1-1 MacKinnon (15), 1-2 McDougall (23), 1-3 Smith (26), 1-4 MacKinnon (41), 2-4 Bambridge (48), 3-4 Goodyer (60), 4-4 Bailey (75), 5-4 Bambridge (83) ENGLAND: Reginald Halsey Birkett - Edward Christian, Harold Morse - James Frederick McLeod Prinsep, Norman Coles Bailey - Arnold Frank Hills, Arthur Copeland Goodyer, Henry Wace [c], Francis John Sparks, William H. Mosforth, Edward Charles Bambridge. SCOTLAND: Robert Parlane (2/Vale of Leven) - William S. Somers (1/3rd Lanark Rifle Volunteers) Thomas C. Vallance (4/Rangers) - Charles Campbell [c] (6/Queen's Park) John Campbell McLeod McPherson (1/Vale of Leven) William Wightman Beveridge (1/Ayr Academy) - John Smith (3/Mauchline) John McDougall (4/Vale of Leven) Robert Paton (1/Vale of Leven) William Muir MacKinnon (9/Queen's Park) Henry McNiel (7/Queen's Park)
(Match 12) 7th April 1879 (Friendly match) WALES - SCOTLAND 0-3 (0-1) Referee: John W.A. Cooper (Wales) Crowd: 2.000, The Racecourse Ground, Wrexham Goals: 0-1 Campbell (34), 0-2 Smith (60), 0-3 Smith (70) WALES: John Davies - Samuel Llewelyn Kenrick [c], John Richard Morgan - Knyvett Crosse, William Williams, James William Lloyd - George Woosnam, John Hughes, John Roberts, William Roberts, John Vaughan. SCOTLAND: Robert Parlane (3/Vale of Leven) - Thomas C. Vallance (5/Rangers) William S. Somers (2/3rd Lanark Rifle Volunteers) - John Campbell McLeod McPherson (2/Vale of Leven) David Davidson (2/Queen's Park) Henry McNiel (8/Queen's Park) - John McDougall [c] (5/Vale of Leven) Peter Campbell (2/Rangers) Robert paton (2/Vale of Leven) William Wightman Beveridge (2/Ayr Academy) John Smith (4/Mauchline)
(Match 13) 13th March 1880 (Friendly match) SCOTLAND - ENGLAND 5-4 (3-2) Referee: Donald Hamilton (Scotland) Crowd: 12.000, 1st Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Ker (5), 1-1 Mosforth (8), 2-1 Baird (39), 2-2 Bambridge (42), 3-2 Ker (44), 4-2 Ker (48), 5-2 Kay (70), 5-3 Bambridge (87), 5-4 Sparks (89) SCOTLAND: Archibald Rowan (1/Glasgow Caledonian) - Alexander McLintock (3/Vale of Leven) Robert W. Neill [c] (5/Queen's Park) - Charles Campbell (7/Queen's Park) John Campbell McLeod McPherson (3/Vale of Leven) John Smith (5/Edinburgh University) - Moses McLay McNiel (2/Rangers) George Ker (1/Queen's Park) John C. McGregor (4/Vale of Leven) John Campbell Baird (3/Vale of Leven) John Leck Kay (1/Queen's Park) ENGLAND: Harry Albemarle Swepstone - Edwin Luntley, Thomas Brindle - Norman Coles Bailey, John Hunter, Segar Richard Bastard - Charles Henry Reynolds Wollaston [c], Samuel Weaver Widdowson, Francis John Sparks, William H. Mosforth, Edward Charles Bambridge.
(Match 14) 27th March 1880 (Friendly match) SCOTLAND - WALES 5-1 (2-0) Referee: Alexander Stuart (Scotland) Crowd: 2.000, 1st Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Davidson (40), 2-0 Beveridge (42), 3-0 Lindsay (50), 4-0 McAdam (55), 5-0 Campbell (60), 5-1 W.Roberts (85) SCOTLAND: George Gillespie (1/Rangers) - William S. Somers (3/Queen's Park) Archibald Lang (1/Dumbarton) - David Davidson [c] (3/Queen's Park) Hugh McIntyre (1/Rangers) James Douglas (1/Renfrew) - J. McAdam (1/Third Lanark) Malcolm James Eadie Fraser (1/Queen's Park) Joseph Lindsay (1/Dumbarton) John Campbell (1/Glasgow South Western) William Wightman Beveridge (3/Edinburgh University) WALES: Harry Hibbott - John Richard Morgan [c], John Powell - Edward Bowen, Henry Valentine Edwards, William Pierce Owen - William Roberts, John Roberts, John Price, Thomas Johnson Britten, John Vaughan.


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