Match

England 2 Scotland 0 1996

Back in 1996, the Tartan Army and the Three Lions locked horns in the group stages of the European Championships at Wembley Stadium. A header from Alan Shearer and a wonder goal from Paul Gascoigne gave England victory over the Auld enemy Scotland. SHOP the official England and Scotland retro collections at 3Retro.com

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England Centurions

The first ever international match recognised by FIFA wasn’t a classic, ending in a goalless draw between England and Scotland. The game occurred in 1872 and pitted the Auld enemy against each in Glasgow. Since that date, 149 years of international matches have passed and the Three Lions have gone onto reach 15 World Cup […]

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Italia 1990 Revisited

Scorched Earth Thatcher’s dark shadow was cast over England in the Eighties. A bleak and desolate country. The Specials serenaded the decade with the haunting anthem, ‘Ghost Town’, to a backdrop of inner-city decay and industrial decline. The working class were conflicted between the sceptre of mass unemployment and the gratification of council house ownership. […]

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Breaking the hex at Ibrox

Why Steven Gerrard is breaking the hex at Ibrox It’s taken him a while to get going but having romped to the Scottish Premiership in style this season, overseen some memorable performances in Europe and with a domestic double still very much in his sights, Steven Gerrard is bucking the trend of so many England […]

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Gallery

Bobby Moore

The only Englishman to lift the World Cup. Born on this day in 1941, the former West Ham United and Fulham defender would have been 80 today.

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Match

England 3 Poland 0

England’s Gary Lineker bagged a first half hat trick to help the Three Lions progress to the next round of the World Cup in Mexico 1986.

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San Marino 1 England 7

Back in 1993, England put seven past San Marino with Ian Wright netting four but they still failed to qualify for USA 94 after Holland and Norway qualified ahead of the Three Lions.

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