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View the list of every single player to have represented the England Men's Senior Team, along with their designated Legacy number.  

View every England Senior Men's Team result, dating back to our first ever international football fixture in 1872.

Legacy Players


1 Robert Barker
2 Harwood Greenhalgh
3 Reginald Welch
4 Frederick Chappell
5 John Maynard
6 John Brockbank
7 Charlie Clegg
8 Arnold Smith
9 Cuthbert Ottaway
10 Charles Chenery
11 Charles Morice
12 Alec Morten
13 Leonard Howell
14 Alfred G Goodwyn
15 Pelham von Dunop
16 Alexander Bonsor
17 William Clegg
18 Rev.Walpole Vidal
19 Hubert Heron
20 William Kenyon-Slayney
21 Robert Ogilvie
22 Alfred Stratford
23 Francis Birley
24 John Owen
25 Charles Wollaston
26 Hawley Edwards
27 Robert Kingsford
28 William Carr
29 Edward Haygarth
30 William Rawson
31 Charlie Alcock
32 Herbert Rawson
33 Richard Geaves
34 Arthur Savage
35 Edgar Field
36 Frederick T Green
37 Beaumont Jarrett
38 Ernest Bambridge
39 Walter Buchanan
40 Charles Smith
41 Frank Heron
42 Arthur Cursham
43 Monty Betts
44 William Lindsay
45 Lindsay Bury
46 Alf Lyttleton
47 Billy Mosforth
48 John Bain
49 Cecil Winfield Stratford
50 Conrad Warner
51 Jack Hunter
52 Edward Lyttelton
53 Norman Bailey
54 Percy Fairclough
55 John Wylie
56 Henry Wace
57 Rupert Anderson
58 Claud Wilson
59 Edward Parry
60 Heathcote Sorby
61 Herbert Whitfield
62 Reginald Birkett
63 Edward Christian
64 Harold Morse
65 James Prinsep
66 Arnold Hills
67 Arthur Goodyer
68 Francis Sparks
69 Charlie Bambridge
70 Albemarle Swepstone
71 William Brindle
72 Ted Luntley
73 Segar Bastard
74 Sam Widdowson
75 John Sands
76 Fred Hargreaves
77 Tom Marshall
78 Harry Cursham
79 Clem Mitchell
80 Edward Johnson
81 John Hawtrey
82 Alf Harvey
83 Arthur Bambridge
84 Tot Rostron
85 Jimmy Brown
86 George Tait
87 Jack Hargreaves
88 George Holden
89 Reg Macauley
90 John Rawlinson
91 Alf Dobson
92 Doctor Greenwood
93 Canon. Robert King
94 Horace Barnet
95 Arthur Brown
96 Howard Vaughton
97 Alf Jones
98 Percivall Parr
99 Percy de Paravicini
100 Bruce Russell

101 Stuart Macrae
102 Harry Goodhart
103 Harry Moore
104 Jack Hudson
105 Oliver Whateley
106 Rev.Frank Pawson
107 Arthur Dunn
108 Nevill Cobbold, MA
109 Billy Rose
110 Joe Beverley
111 Charles Wilson
112 William Bromley Davenport
113 Billy Gunn
114 James Forrest
115 Herby Arthur
116 Arthur Walters
117 Percy Walters
118 Joe Lofthouse
119 Ben Splisbury
120 Jimmy Ward
121 Kenny Davenport
122 John Dixon
123 Rev. Andrew Amos
124 Tom Danks
125 Dick Baugh
126 George Shutt
127 Ralph Squire
128 Charley Dobson
129 Teddy Leighton
130 Fred Dewhurst
131 Tinsley Lindley
132 Thelwell Pike
133 George Brann
134 Bob Howarth
135 Charlie Mason
136 George Haworth
137 Teddy Brayshaw
138 Jimmy Sayer
139 Bob Roberts
140 Billy Moon
141 Harry Allen
142 Frank Saunders
143 Cecil Holden-White
144 George Woodhall
145 John Goodall
146 Dennis Hodgetts
147 Albert Aldridge 
148 Bob Holmes
149 Charlie Shelton
150 Billy Bassett
151 Albert Allen
152 Albert Fletcher
153 Arthur Lowder
154 Billy Betts
155 Jack Southworth
156 Bill Townley 
157 Bill Rowley
158 Tommy Clare
159 Charles Wreford-Brown
160 David Weir
161 Alf Shelton
162 Frank Burton
163 Jack Brodie
164 Harry Daft
165 Jack Yates
166 Henry Hammond
167 Johnny Holt
168 Edmund S Currey
169 Harry Wood 
170 Jack Barton
171 Charlie Perry
172 Fred Geary
173 Nat Walton
174 Joe Marsden
175 Alf Underwood
176 Jem Bayliss
177 George Cotterill
178 Arthur Henfrey
179 Leonard Wilkinson
180 Tom Porteous
181 Elphinstone Jackson
182 Albert Smith
183 Alf Milward
184 Edgar Chadwick
185 George Toone
186 Harry Lilley
187 Anthony Hossack
188 Norman Winckworth
189 George Kinsey
190 Cunliffe Gosling
191 Joe Schofield
192 Rupert Sandilands 
193 Jack Cox
194 Mick Whitham
195 Charlie Athersmith
196 Jackie Pearson
197 John `Jack` Devey
198 Jack Reynolds
199 Chris Charsley
200 Hugh Harrison

201 Fred Pelley
202 Norman C Cooper
203 Robert Topham
204 Gilbert Oswald Smith
205 Rev Walter Gilliat
206 John Sutcliffe
207 James Turner
208 Jimmy Whitehead
209 Fred Spiksley
210 Lesley Gay
211 Joe Reader
212 Jimmy Crabtree
213 Harry Chippendale
214 Vaughan Lodge
215 Arthur Topham
216 John Veitch
217 Ernest Needham
218 Rab Howell
219 Tom Crawshaw
220 Steve Bloomer
221 Frank Becton
222 Rev. George Raikes
223 Bill Oakley
224 Richard Barker
225 Hugh Stanbrough
226 Gerard Dewhurst
227 Steve Smith
228 Cuthbert James Burnup
229 John William Robinson
230 Bill Williams
231 Bernard Middleditch
232 Fred Wheldon
233 Harry Bradshaw
234 Willy `Billy` Foulkes
235 Howard Spencer
236 Frank Forman
237 Tommy Morren
238 Charlie Richards
239 Ben Garfield
240 Tom Perry
241 Tom Booth
242 Jack Hillman
243 Phil Bach
244 Jimmy Settle
245 Fred Forman
246 Harry Thickitt
247 Harry Johnson
248 Arthur Turner
249 Dan Cunliffe
250 Charles Sagar
251 Fred Priest
252 Arthur Chadwick
253 Reginald `Tip` Foster
254 Dr. Geoffrey Wilson
255 Alf Spouncer
256 John Plant
257 Charles B Fry, 
258 William Jones
259 George Hedley
260 Herbert Banks
261 Jack Cox
262 Matt Kingsley
263 Albert Wilkes
264 Billy Bannister
265 Walter Bennett
266 Billy Beats
267 Bertie Corbett
268 James Iremonger
269 Fred Blackburn
270 Bill George
271 Bob Crompton
272 Walter Abbott
273 Billy Hogg
274 Bert Lipsham
275 Jack Calvey
276 George Molyneux
277 Kelly Houlker
278 Tom Badderley
279 Tom Holford
280 Harry Hadley
281 Harry Davis 
282 Jack Sharp
283 Vivian Woodward
284 Arthur Lockett
285 William Garraty
286 Joe Bache
287 Rex Reginald Corbett
288 Percy Humphreys
289 Arthur Capes
290 Herbert Burgess
291 Bert Lee
292 Herod Ruddlesdin
293 Billy Brawn
294 Alf Common
295 Arthur Brown
296 George Davis
297 Alexander Leake
298 Sam Wolstenholme
299 Bernard Wilkinson
300 Jock Rutherford

301 Stanley Harris
302 Tim Williamson
303 Billy Balmer
304 Jack Carr
305 Charlie Roberts
306 Dickie Bond
307 Frank Booth
308 Harry Linacre
309 Herbert Smith
310 Harold Hardman
311 Arthur Bridgett
312 Jimmy Ashcroft
313 Ben Warren
314 Colin Veitch
315 Sammy Day
316 Albert/Bert Gosnall
317 Ted Wright
318 Harry Makepeace
319 Albert Shepherd
320 Jimmy Conlin
321 Sam Hardy
322 Billy Wedlock
323 Bob Hawkes
324 John/Tim Coleman
325 George Hillsdon
326 Jesse Pennington
327 Irvine Thornley
328 Jimmy Stewart
329 George Wall 
330 Harry Maskrey
331 Evelyn Lintott
332 Jimmy Windridge
333 Horace Bailey
334 Watty Corbett
335 Frank Bradshaw
336 Joe Cottle
337 Arthur Berry
338 Fred Pentland
339 Bert Freeman
340 George Holley
341 Harold Fleming
342 George Richards 
343 Harold Halse
344 Bert Morley
345 Arthur Cowell
346 Andy Ducat
347 Billy Bradshaw
348 Bert Hall
349 Jack Parkinson
350 Billy Hibbert
351 Wally Hardinge
352 Albert Sturgess
353 Jock Simpson
354 George Woodger
355 Robert Evans
356 Kenneth Hunt
357 George Webb
358 Tom Brittleton
359 Jackie Mordue
360 Frank Jefferis
361 Bob Benson
362 Frank Cuggy
363 Tommy Boyle
364 George Utley
365 Charles Buchan
366 George Elliott
367 Joe Smith
368 Ernie Scattergood
369 Hugh Moffat
370 Joe McCall
371 Charlie Wallace
372 Harry Hampton
373 Eddie Latherton
374 Joe Hodkinson
375 Billy Watson
376 Frank Buckley
377 Danny Shea
378 Harry Martin
379 Horace Colclough
380 Bobby McNeal
381 Eddie Mosscrop
382 Fanny Walden
383 Joe Smith
384 Arthur Knight
385 Jimmy Bagshaw
386 Sidney Bowser
387 Bobby Turnbull
388 Jackie Carr
389 Jack Cock
390 Tommy Clay
391 Frank Barson
392 Arthur Grimsdell
393 Sam Chedgzoy
394 Alf Quantrill
395 Ephraim Longworth
396 Bob Kelly
397 Fred Morris
398 Jack Mew
399 Dickie Downs
400 Fred Bullock 

401 Billy Walker
402 Bert Coleman
403 Warney Cresswell
404 Jack Silcock
405 Jack Bamber
406 George Wilson
407 Tom Bromilow
408 Harry Chambers
409 Harold Gough
410 Tommy Smart
411 Bert Smith
412 Bert Bliss
413 Jimmy Dimmock
414 Howard Baker
415 Jack Fort
416 Albert Read
417 Percy Barton
418 Archie Rawlings
419 Jimmy Seed
420 George Harrison
421 Jerry Dawson
422 Tommy Lucas
423 Frank Moss
424 Billy Kirton
425 Ernie Simms
426 Teddy Davison
427 Fred Titmuss
428 Max Woosnam
429 Bill Rawlings 
430 Billy Smith
431 Sam Wadsworth
432 Dicky York
433 Edward Taylor
434 Jack Harrow
435 David Mercer
436 Frank Osborn
437 Owen Williams 
438 Tommy Magee
439 Vic Watson
440 Fred Kean
441 Norman Bullock
442 Jackie Hegan
443 Jack Tresadern
444 Fred Tunstall
445 John Alderson
446 Harry Jones
447 Seth Plum
448 Jimmy Seddon
449 Norman Creek
450 Frank Hartley
451 Ernie Williamson
452 Bill Ashurst
453 Basil Patchitt
454 George Thornewell
455 Jimmy Moore
456 Harry Bedford
457 Tommy Urwin
458 Billy Moore
459 Harold Miller
460 Alfred Bower
461 Harold Pantling
462 Tommy Meehan
463 Joe Bradford
464 Ted Hufton
465 Bill Brown
466 Tommy Roberts
467 Graham Doggart
468 Ron Sewell
469 Tommy Mort
470 David Jack
471 Clem Stephenson
472 Charlie Spencer
473 Billy Butler
474 Freddie Ewer
475 George Blackburn
476 Stanley Earle
477 Vivian Gibbins
478 Harry Storer
479 James `Fred` Mitchell
480 Harry Healless
481 Harry Hardy
482 Jack Butler
483 Frank Roberts
484 Arthur Dorrell
485 Dick Pym
486 Jack Hill 
487 Len Graham
488 Tommy Cook
489 Jack Townrow
490 Frederick Fox
491 Tom Parker
492 Billy Felton
493 Billy Bryant 
494 George Green
495 Frank Hudspeth
496 George Armitage
497 Sam Austin
498 Syd Puddefoot
499 Claude Ashton
500 Willis Edwards

501 Roy Goodall
502 Ted Harper
503 Jimmy Ruffell
504 George Ashmore
505 Dick Hill
506 Sam Cowan
507 Joe Spence
508 Joe Carter
509 Tosh Johnson
510 Albert McInroy
511 George Brown
512 Jack Brown
513 George Waterfield
514 Willie Pease
515 William Ralph Dean
516 Louis Page
517 Herbert Jones
518 Sid Bishop
519 Joe Hulme
520 Arthur Rigby
521 Tom Cooper
522 Harry Nuttall
523 Jack Ball
524 Dan Tremelling
525 Reg Osborne
526 Alf Baker
527 Tom Wilson
528 Ben Olney
529 Ernie Blenkinsop
530 Vincent Mattews
531 Jack Bruton
532 George Stephenson
533 Len Barry
534 Jack Hacking
535 Jim Barrett
536 Austen Campbell
537 Ernie Hyne
538 Ernie Hart
539 Russell Wainscoat
540 Joe Peacock
541 Hugh Adcock
542 Edgar Kail
543 George Camsell
544 Len Oliver
545 Albert Barrett
546 Eric Brook
547 Harry Hibbs
548 Billy Marsden
549 Alf Strange
550 Maurice Webster
551 Sammy Crooks
552 Ellis Rimmer
553 Tony Leach
554 Gordon Hodgson
555 Jimmy Hampson
556 Harry Burgess
557 Eric Houghton
558 Herbie Roberts
559 Jackie Crawford
560 Hugh Turner
561 Tommy Graham
562 Joe Tate
563 Tom `Pongo` Waring
564 Harry Roberts
565 Jack Smith
566 Charlie Gee 
567 Cliff Bastin
568 Harold Pearson
569 George Shaw
570 Peter O`Dowd 
571 Sam Weaver
572 Bobby Barclay
573 Arthur Cunliffe
574 Lewis Stoker
575 Alf Young
576 Teddy Sandford
577 Eric Keen
578 Ron Starling
579 George Hunt
580 John Pickering
581 Johnny Arnold
582 Eddie Hapgood
583 Tom White
584 Wilf Copping
585 Albert Geldard
586 Jimmy Richardson
587 Billy Furness
588 Jim Allen
589 Tommy Grosvenor
590 Jack Bowers
591 David Fairhurst
592 Arthur Rowe
593 Willie Hall
594 Frank Moss
595 Raich Carter
596 Horace Burrows
597 Fred Tilson
598 Tom Gardner
599 Joe Beresford
600 Cliff Britton

601 Jack Barker
602 Jackie Bray
603 Stanley Matthews
604 Ray Bowden
605 Ray Westwood
606 George Male
607 Ted Drake
608 Jackie Bestall
609 Walter Alsford
610 Bob Gurney
611 Fred Worrall
612 George Eastham
613 Bill Richardson
614 Wally Boyes
615 Ted Sagar
616 Septimus Smith
617 Ralph Birkitt
618 Jack Crayston
619 Dickie Spence 
620 Harold Hobbis
621 Bernard Joy
622 Sam Barkas
623 Jimmy `Nat` Cunliffe
624 Harry Holdcroft
625 Bert Sproston
626 Ted Catlin
627 Tom Smalley
628 Billy Scott
629 Freddie Steele
630 Joe Johnson 
631 George Tweedy
632 Vic Woodley
633 Alf Kircham
634 Tom Galley
635 Len Goulden
636 Ken Willingham
637 Harry Betmead
638 Jackie Robinson
639 Joe Payne
640 Stan Cullis
641 George Mills
642 Jack Morton
643 Micky Fenton
644 Eric Stephenson
645 Don Welsh
646 Frank Broome
647 Tommy Lawton
648 Doug Wright
649 Ronnie Dix
650 Reg Smith
651 Bill Morris
652 Joe Mercer
653 Pat Beasley
654 Leslie Smith
655 Frank Swift
656 Laurie Scott
657 George Hardwick
658 Billy Wright
659 Neil Franklin
660 Henry Cockburn 
661 Tom Finney
662 Wilf Mannion
663 Bobby Langton
664 Harry Johnston
665 Jimmy Mullen
666 Eddie Lowe
667 Stan Mortensen
668 Tim Ward
669 Phil Taylor
670 Stan Pearson
671 Jack Howe
672 Johnny Aston
673 Jimmy Hagan
674 Len Shackleton
675 Jackie Milburn
676 Ted Ditchburn
677 Alf Ramsey
678 Jack Rowley
679 Jack Haines
680 Johnny Hancocks
681 Eddie Shimwell
682 Roy Bentley
683 Bill Ellerington
684 Jimmy Dickinson
685 Johnny Morris
686 Bert Williams
687 Bert Mozley
688 Peter Harris
689 Jesse Pye
690 Bernard Streten
691 Willie Watson
692 Jack Froggatt
693 Bill Jones
694 Laurie Hughes
695 Bill Eckersely
696 Eddie Bailey
697 Allenby Chilton
698 Jackie Lee
699 Lionel Smith
700 Leslie Compton

701 Les Medley
702 Nat Lofthouse
703  Harold Hassall
704 Jim Taylor
705 Vic Metcalfe
706 Bill Nicholson
707 Arthur Willis
708 Mal Barrass
709 Tommy Thompson
710 Gil Merrick
711 Jackie Sewell
712  Len Phillips
713 Arthur Milton
714 Ivor Broadis
715 Tommy Garrett
716 Billy Elliot
717 Ronnie Allen
718 Redfern Froggatt
719 Tommy Taylor
720 Johnny Berry
721 Albert Quixall
722 Dennis Wilshaw
723 Derek Ufton
724 Stan Rickaby
725 Ernie Taylor
726 George Robb
727 Ron Staniforth
728 Roger Byrne
729 Harry Clarke
730 Johnny Nicholls
731 Syd Owen
732 Beddy Jezzard
733Bill McGarry
734 Ray Wood
735 Bill Foulkes
736 Johnny Wheeler
737 Ray Barlow
738 Don Revie
739Johnny Haynes
740 Brian Pilkington
741 Bill Slater
742 Frank Blunstone
743 Jimmy Meadows
744 Ken Armstrong
745 Duncan Edwards
746 Peter Sillett
747 Ron Flowers
748 Ron Baynham
749 Jeff Hall 
750 Geoff Bradford
751 Ronnie Clayton
752 Bill Perry
753 John Atyeo
754 Reg Matthews
755 Colin Grainger
756 Gordon Astall
757 Johnny Brooks
758 Alan Hodkinson
759 Derek Kevan
760 David Pegg
761 Eddie Hopkinson
762 Don Howe
763 Bryan Douglas
764 Alan A`Court
765 Bobby Robson
766 Jimmy Langley
767 Bobby Charlton
768 Colin McDonald
769 Tommy Banks
770 Eddie Clamp
771 Peter Brabrook
772 Peter Broadbent
773 Wilf McGuinness
774 Graham Shaw
775 Danny Clapton
776 Doug Holden
777 Warren Bradley
778 Jimmy Armfield
779 Norman Deeley
780 Jimmy Greaves
781 Tony Allen
782 Trevor Smith
783 John Connelly
784 Brian Clough
785 Eddie Holliday
786 Ron Springett
787 Ken Brown
788 Joe Baker
789 Ray Parry
790 Ray Wilson
791 Peter Swan
792 Dennis Viollet
793 Mick McNeil
794 Bobby Smith
795 Gerry Hitchens
796 John Angus
797 Brian Miller
798 Johnny Fantham
799 Ray Pointer
800 Johnny Byrne 

801 Ray Crawford
802 Stan Anderson
803 Roger Hunt 
804 Bobby Moore
805 Maurice Norman
806 Alan Peacock
807 Mike Hellawell
808 Chris Crowe
809 Ray Charnley
810 Alan Hinton
811 Brian Labone
812 Freddie Hill
813 Mike O`Grady
814 Bobby Tambling
815 Ron Henry
816 Gordon Banks
817 Gerry Byrne
818 Jimmy Melia
819 Gordon Milne
820 George Eastham
821 Ken Shellito
822 Terry Paine
823 Tony Kay 
824 Bobby Thomson
825 George Cohen
826 Peter Thompson
827 Tony Waiters
828 Mike Bailey
829 Fred Pickering
830 Terry Venables
831 Gerry Young
832 Frank Wignall
833 Alan Mullery
834 Nobby Stiles
835 Jack Charlton
836 Barry Bridges
837 Alan Ball
838 Mick Jones
839 Derek Temple
840 Norman Hunter
841 Gordon Harris
842 Keith Newton
843 Geoff Hurst
844 Martin Peters
845 Ian Callaghan
846 Peter Bonetti
847 John Hollins
848 David Sadler
849 Cyril Knowles
850 Mike Summerbee
851 Alex Stepney
852 Colin Bell
853 Tommy Wright
854 Bob McNab
855 Gordon West
856 Francis Lee
857 Paul Reaney
858 John Radford
859 Terry Cooper
860 Jeff Astle
861 Emlyn Hughes
862 Ian Storey-Moore
863 Peter Osgood
864 Ralph Coates
865 Brian Kidd
866 Allan Clarke
867 Peter Shilton
868 Roy McFarland
869 Martin Chivers
870 Joe Royle
871 Colin Harvey
872 Peter Storey
873 Chris Lawler
874 Paul Madeley
875 Tommy Smith
876 Larry Lloyd
877 Tony Brown
878 Rodney Marsh
879 Malcolm Macdonald
880 Colin Todd
881 Tony Currie
882 Mick Mills
883 Frank Lampard
884 Jeff Blockley
885 Mick Channon
886 Ray Clemence
887 Kevin Keegan 
888 David Nish
889 John Richards
890 Kevin Hector
891 Phil Parkes
892 Mike Pejic
893 Martin Dobson
894 Dave Watson
895 Stan Bowles
896 Trevor Brooking
897 Keith Weller
898 Frank Worthington
899 Alex Lindsay
900 Gerry Francis

901 Dave Thomas
902 Steve Whitworth
903 Ian Gillard
904 Alan Hudson
905 Kevin Beattie
906 Dennis Tueart
907 Colin Viljoen
908 David Johnson
909 Brian Little
910 Trevor Cherry
911 Phil Neal
912 Phil Thompson
913 Mike Doyle
914 Phil Boyer
915 Ray Kennedy
916 Peter Taylor
917 Dave Clement
918 Tony Towers
919 Brian Greenhoff
920 Stuart Pearson
921 Jimmy Rimmer
922 Ray Wilkins
923 Gordon Hill
924 Joe Corrigan
925 Charlie George
926 Trevor Francis
927 John Gidman
928 Paul Mariner
929 Brian Talbot
930 Terry McDermott
931 Trevor Whymark
932 Steve Coppell
933 Bob Latchford
934 Peter Barnes
935 Tony Woodcock
936 Viv Anderson
937 Kenny Sansom
938 Laurie Cunningham
939 Kevin Reeves
940 Glenn Hoddle
941 Bryan Robson
942 Gary Birtles
943 Alan Devonshire
944 Russell Osman
945 Terry Butcher
946 Alan Sunderland
947 David Armstrong
948 Peter Ward
949 Eric Gates
950 Graham Rix
951 Alvin Martin
952 Peter Withe 
953 Tony Morley
954 Steve Foster 
955 Cyrille Regis
956 Paul Goddard
957 Steve Perryman
958 Ricky Hill
959 Gary Mabbutt
960 Luther Blissett
961 Sammy Lee
962 Mark Chamberlain
963 Derek Statham
964 Gordon Cowans
965 Graham Roberts
966 John Barnes
967 Danny Thomas
968 Steve Williams
969 Mark Barham
970 John Gregory
971 Paul Walsh
972 Nick Pickering
973 Nigel Spink
974 Mike Duxbury
975 Brian Stein
976 Alan Kennedy
977 Mark Wright
978 Terry Fenwick
979 Gary Lineker
980 Steve Hunt
981 Mark Hateley
982 David Watson
983 Clive Allen
984 Gary Stevens
985 Trevor Steven
986 Gary Bailey
987 Chris Waddle
988 Peter Davenport
989 Gary Stevens
990 Peter Reid
991 Kerry Dixon
992 Paul Bracewell
993 Chris Woods
994 Danny Wallace
995 Peter Beardsley
996 Steve Hodge
997 Tony Cottee
998 Tony Adams
999 Stuart Pearce
1000 Neil Webb

1001 Steve McMahon
1002 Mick Harford
1003 Gary Pallister
1004 David Rocastle
1005 Des Walker
1006 Paul Gascoigne
1007 David Seaman
1008 Mel Sterland
1009 Michael Thomas
1010 Alan Smith
1011 Brian Marwood
1012 Paul Parker
1013 Nigel Clough
1014 John Fashanu
1015 Steve Bull
1016 Dave Beasant
1017 Mike Phelan
1018 Nigel Winterburn
1019 David Platt
1020 Tony Dorigo
1021 Lee Dixon
1022 Ian Wright
1023 Lee Sharpe
1024 Dennis Wise 
1025 Geoff Thomas
1026 David Batty
1027 David Hirst
1028 John Salako
1029 Earl Barrett
1030 Mark Walters
1031 Brian Deane
1032 Gary Charles
1033 Paul Stewart
1034 Paul Merson
1035 Andy Gray
1036 Andy Sinton
1037 Tony Daley
1038 Rob Jones
1039 Martin Keown
1040 Alan Shearer
1041 Carlton Palmer
1042 Keith Curle
1043 Nigel Martyn
1044 Paul Ince
1045 David White
1046 David Bardsley
1047 Les Ferdinand
1048 Teddy Sheringham
1049 Tim Flowers
1050 Stuart Ripley
1051 Graeme Le Saux
1052 Darren Anderton
1053 Matthew Le Tissier
1054 Kevin Richardson
1055 Steve Bould
1056 Barry Venison
1057 Rob Lee
1058 Steve Howey
1059 Neil Ruddock
1060 Steve McManaman
1061 Warren Barton
1062 Nick Barmby
1063 Andrew Cole
1064 Gary Neville
1065 John Scales
1066 David Unsworth
1067 Stan Collymore
1068 Colin Cooper
1069 Jamie Redknapp
1070 Steve Stone
1071 Gareth Southgate
1072 Robbie Fowler
1073 Jason Wilcox
1074 Sol Campbell
1075 Ian Walker
1076 Phil Neville
1077 Ugo Ehiogu
1078 David Beckham
1079 Andy Hinchcliffe
1080 David James
1081 Nicky Butt
1082 Paul Scholes
1083 Rio Ferdinand
1084 Chris Sutton 
1085 Dion Dublin
1086 Michael Owen
1087 Lee Hendrie
1088 Tim Sherwood
1089 Ray Parlour
1090 Wes Brown
1091 Kevin Phillips
1092 Jamie Carragher
1093 Michael Gray
1094 Emile Heskey
1095 Jonathan Woodgate
1096 Kieron Dyer
1097 Frank Lampard
1098 Steve Guppy
1099 Steven Gerrard
1100 Gareth Barry

1101 Richard Wright
1102 Seth Johnson
1103 Chris Powell
1104 Michael Ball
1105 Gavin McCann
1106 Ashley Cole
1107 Joe Cole
1108 Michael Carrick
1109 Alan Smith
1110 Danny Mills
1111 Owen Hargreaves
1112 Trevor Sinclair
1113 Danny Murphy
1114 Wayne Bridge
1115 Michael Ricketts
1116 Darius Vassell
1117 Ledley King
1118 Lee Bowyer
1119 David Dunn
1120 James Beattie
1121 Paul Robinson
1122 Paul Konchesky
1123 Jermaine Jenas
1124 Francis Jeffers
1125 Wayne Rooney
1126 Matthew Upson
1127 John Terry
1128 Glen Johnson
1129 Scott Parker
1130 Alan Thompson
1131 Jermain Defoe
1132 Anthony Gardner
1133 Shaun Wright-Phillips
1134 Stewart Downing
1135 Andrew Johnson
1136 Kieran Richardson
1137 Zat Knight
1138 Luke Young
1139 Peter Crouch
1140 Rob Green
1141 Darren Bent
1142 Theo Walcott
1143 Aaron Lennon
1144 Chris Kirkland
1145 Micah Richards
1146 Ben Foster
1147 Joey Barton
1148 David Nugent
1149 Nicky Shorey
1150 David Bentley
1151 Joleon Lescott
1152 Scott Carson
1153 Ashley Young 
1154 Dean Ashton
1155 Joe Hart
1156 Phil Jagielka
1157 Stephen Warnock
1158 Gabriel Agbonlahor
1159 Carlton Cole
1160 James Milner
1161 Tom Huddlestone
1162 Leighton Baines
1163 Adam Johnson
1164 Michael Dawson
1165 Kieran Gibbs
1166 Bobby Zamora
1167 Jack Wilshere
1168 Gary Cahill
1169 Kevin Davies
1170 Jordan Henderson
1171 Andy Carroll
1172 Jay Bothroyd
1173 Matt Jarvis
1174 Danny Welbeck
1175 Chris Smalling
1176 Phil Jones
1177 Jack Rodwell
1178 Kyle Walker
1179 Daniel Sturridge
1180 Fraizer Campbell
1181 Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain
1182 Martin Kelly
1183 Jack Butland
1184 Tom Cleverley
1185 John Ruddy
1186 Jake Livermore
1187 Ryan Bertrand
1188 Jonjo Shelvey
1189 Steven Caulker
1190 Raheem Sterling
1191 Leon Osman
1192 Ryan Shawcross
1193 Carl Jenkinson
1194 Wilfried Zaha
1195 Rickie Lambert
1196 Ross Barkley 
1197 Andros Townsend
1198 Fraser Forster
1199 Adam Lallana
1200 Jay Rodriguez

1201 Luke Shaw
1202 John Stones
1203 Jon Flanagan
1204 Fabian Delph
1205 Calum Chambers
1206 Nathaniel Clyne
1207 Harry Kane
1208 Ryan Mason
1209 Jamie Vardy
1210 Dele Alli
1211 Danny Ings
1212 Eric Dier
1213 Danny Rose
1214 Danny Drinkwater
1215 Marcus Rashford
1216 Tom Heaton
1217 Jesse Lingard
1218 Aaron Cresswell
1219 Michael Keane
1220 Nathan Redmond
1221 James Ward-Prowse
1222 Kieran Trippier
1223 Harry Maguire
1224 Harry Winks
1225 Jordan Pickford
1226 Ruben Loftus-Cheek
1227 Tammy Abraham
1228 Joe Gomez
1229 Jack Cork
1230 Dominic Solanke
1231 James Tarkowski
1232 Lewis Cook
1233 Trent Alexander-Arnold
1234 Nick Pope
1235 Ben Chilwell
1236 Jadon Sancho
1237 Nathaniel Chalobah
1238 Lewis Dunk
1239 Callum Wilson
1240 Alex McCarthy
1241 Declan Rice
1242 Callum Hudson-Odoi
1243 Mason Mount
1244 Tyrone Mings
1245 James Maddison
1246 Fikayo Tomori
1247 Phil Foden
1248 Mason Greenwood
1249 Conor Coady
1250 Kalvin Phillips
1251 Jack Grealish
1252 Ainsley Maitland-Niles
1253 Bukayo Saka
1254 Dominic Calvert-Lewin
1255 Reece James
1256 Harvey Barnes
1257 Dean Henderson
1258 Jude Bellingham
1259 Ollie Watkins
1260 Ben Godfrey
1261 Ben White
1262 Sam Johnstone
1263 Patrick Bamford
1264 Emile Smith Rowe
1265 Aaron Ramsdale
1266 Conor Gallagher
1267 Kyle Walker-Peters
1268 Marc Guehi
1269 Tyrick Mitchell
1270 James Justin
1271 Jarrod Bowen

All Time Results

Game 1000: England 7-0 Montenegro
Euro Qualifier
14 November 2019 - Wembley  

Gareth Southgate's team helped the Three Lions to a memorable victory in the nation's 1000th game in front of a packed Wembley Stadium.

Game 1001: Kosovo 0-4 England
Euro Qualifier
19 November 2019 - Fadil Vokrri Stadium, Pristina

Game 1002: Iceland 0-1 England
UEFA Nations League
5 September 2020 - Laugardalsvollur, Reykjavík 

Game 1003: Denmark 0-0 England
UEFA Nations League
8 September 2020 - Parken, Copenhagen

Game 1004: England 3-0 Wales
International Match
8 October 2020 - Wembley Stadium

Game 1005: England 2-1 Belgium
UEFA Nations League
11 October 2020 - Wembley Stadium

Game 1006: England 0-1 Denmark
UEFA Nations League
14 October 2020 - Wembley Stadium

Game 1007: England 3-0 Republic of Ireland
International Match
12 November 2020 - Wembley Stadium

Game 1008: Belgium 2-0 England
UEFA Nations League
15 November 2020 - Den Dreef, Leuven

Game 1009: England 4-0 Iceland
UEFA Nations League
18 November 2020 - Wembley Stadium

Game 1010: England 5-0 San Marino
European Qualifier, FIFA 2022 World Cup
25 March 2021 - Wembley Stadium

Game 1011: Albania 0-2 England
European Qualifier, FIFA 2022 World Cup
28 March 2021 - Arena Kombetare, Tirana

Game 1012: England 2-1 Poland
European Qualifier, FIFA 2022 World Cup
31 March 2021 - Wembley Stadium

Game 1013: England 1-0 Austria
International Match
2 June 2021 - Riverside Stadium

Game 1014: England 1-0 Romania
International Match
6 June 2021 - Riverside Stadium

Game 1015: England 1-0 Croatia
UEFA EURO 2020 Group D
13 June 2021 - Wembley Stadium

Game 1016: England 0-0 Scotland
UEFA EURO 2020 Group D
18 June 2021 - Wembley Stadium

Game 1017: England 1-0 Czech Republic
UEFA EURO 2020 Group D
22 June 2021 - Wembley Stadium

Game 1018: England 2-0 Germany
UEFA EURO 2020 Round of 16
29 June 2021 - Wembley Stadium

Game 1019: England 4-0 Ukraine
UEFA EURO 2020 Quarter-Final
3 July 2021 -Stadio Olimpico

Game 1020: England 2-1 Denmark
UEFA EURO 2020 Semi-Final
7 July 2021 - Wembley Stadium

Game 1021: Italy 1-1 England (Italy win 3-2 on penalties)
UEFA EURO 2020 Final
11 July 2021 - Wembley Stadium

Game 1022: Hungary 0-4 England
European Qualifier, FIFA 2022 World Cup
2 September 2021 - Puskas Arena

Game 1023: England 4-0 Andorra
European Qualifier, FIFA 2022 World Cup
5 September 2021 - Wembley Stadium

Game 1024: Poland 1-1 England
European Qualifier, FIFA 2022 World Cup
8 September 2021- Narodowy Stadium

Game 1025: Andorra 0-5 England
European Qualifier, FIFA 2022 World Cup
9 October 2021 - Estadi Nactional

Game 1026: England 1-1 Hungary
European Qualifier, FIFA 2022 World Cup
12 October 2021 - Wembley Stadium

Game 1027: England 5-0 Albania
European Qualifier, FIFA 2022 World Cup
12 November 2021 - Wembley Stadium

Game 1028: San Marino 0-10 England
European Qualifier, FIFA 2022 World Cup
15 November 2021 - Stadio Olimpico Serravalle

Game 1029: 
England 2-1 Switzerland
Alzheimer's Society International
26 March 2022 - Wembley Stadium

Game 1030: England 3-0 Cote d'Ivoire
International Match
29 March 2022 - Wembley Stadium

Game 1031: Hungary 1-0 England
UEFA Nations League
4 June 2022 - Puskas Stadium, Budapest

Game 1032: Germany 1-1 England
UEFA Nations League
7 June 2022 - Allianz Arena, Munich

Game 1033: England 0-0 Italy
UEFA Nations League
11 June 2022 - Molineux, Wolverhampton

Game 1034: England 0-4 Hungary
UEFA Nations League
14 June 2022 - Molineux, Wolverhampton

Game 1035: Italy 1-0 England
UEFA Nations League
23 September 2022 - San Siro, Milan

Game 1036: England 3-3 Germany
UEFA Nations League
26 September 2022 - Wembley Stadium

Game 1037: England 6-2 Iran
FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022
21 November 2022 - Khalifa International Stadium

Game 1038: England 0-0 USA
FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022
25 November 2022 - Al Bayt Stadium

Game 1039: Wales 0-3 England
FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022
29 November 2022 - Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium

Game 901: England 1-0 Spain
Friendly
12 November 2011 - Wembley  

Game 902: England 1-0 Sweden
Friendly
When England beat Sweden 1-0 at Wembley on 15 November 2011, it was the first victory over Sweden since 1968. After initially being awarded as an OG by Daniel Majstrovic, the referee`s report from Pavel Kralovec later confirmed the goal, England`s 2000th, was scored by a Gareth Barry header.
 
Game 903: England 2-3 Netherlands
Friendly
29 February 2012 - Wembley
 
Game 904: Norway 0-1 England
Friendly
26 May 2012 - Ulleval Stadium, OsloW
 
Game 905: England 1-0 Belgium
Friendly
2 June 2012 - Wembley
 
Game 906: France 1-1 England
European Championship Finals - Poland/Ukraine 2012
11 June  2012 - Donetsk
 
Game 907: Sweden 2-3 England
European Championship Finals - Poland/Ukraine 2012
15 June 2012 - Kyiv
 
Game 908: Ukraine 0-1 England
European Championship Finals - Poland/Ukraine 2012
19 June 2012 - Donetsk
 
Game 909: Italy 0-0 England (AET) *England lost 4-2 on penalties
European Championship Finals - Poland/Ukraine 2012
24 June 2012 - Kyiv
 
Game 910: Italy 1-2 England
Friendly
15 August 2012 - Bern
 
Game 911: Moldova 0-5 England
World Cup Qualifier
7 September 2012 - Chisinau
 
Game 912: England 1-1 Ukraine
World Cup Qualifier
11 September 2012 - Wembley
 
Game 913: England 5-0 San Marino
World Cup Qualifier
On 12 October 2012, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain became the first player to follow his father as an England goalscorer when he netted in the 5-0 victory over San Marino at Wembley. Father Mark scored against Luxembourg in 1982.
 
Game 914: Poland 1-1 England
World Cup Qualifier
17 October 2012 -  Warsaw
 
Game 915: Sweden 4-2 England
Friendly - Friends Arena stadium inauguration match
England lost 4-2 in Sweden on 14 November 2012. Zlatan Ibrahimovic became the first opposing player in 140 years to score four against England. In that same game, Raheem Sterling set a new record by making his debut after just 20 first team appearances. 
 
Game 916: England 2-1 Brazil
Friendly - FA 150th anniversary match
6 February 2013 - Wembley
 
Game 917: San Marino 0-8 England
World Cup Qualifier
22 March 2013 - Sarravalle
 
Game 918: Montenegro 1-1 England
World Cup Qualifier
26 March 2013 - Podgorica
 
Game 919: England 1-1 Republic of Ireland
Friendly - FA 150th anniversary celebration match
29 May 2013 - Wembley
 
Game 920: Brazil 2-2 England
Friendly - FA 150th anniversary celebration match
2 June 2013 - Maracana Stadium
 
Game 921: England 3-2 Scotland
Friendly FA 150th anniversary match
Rickie Lambert joined a select band of players to score on their England debut with a first touch. His header, just three minutes after replacing Wayne Rooney, proved the winner in the 3-2 win over Scotland  on 14 August 2013 at Wembley.
 
Game 922: England 4-0 Moldova
World Cup Qualifier
6 September 2013 - Wembley
 
Game 923: Ukraine 0-0 England
World Cup Qualifier
10 September 2013 - Kyiv
 
Game 924: England 4-1 Montenegro
World Cup Qualifier
11 October 2013 - Wembley
 
Game 925: England 2-0 Poland
World Cup Qualifier
15 October 2013 - Wembley
 
Game 926: England 0-2 Chile
Friendly - FA 150th anniversary celebration match
15 November 2013 - Wembley
 
Game 927: England 0-1 Germany
Friendly - FA 150th anniversary celebration match
A milestone of sorts when England lost 1-0 to Germany at Wembley on 19 November 2013. For the first time since against Scotland in November 1999, the team failed to have a single effort on target.

Game 928: England 1-0 Denmark
Friendly
5 March 2014 - Wembley
 
Game 929: England 3-0 Peru
Friendly
30 May 2014 - Wembley
 
Game 930: Ecuador 2-2 England
Friendly
4 June 2014 - Florida
 
Game 931: Honduras 0-0 England
Friendly
7 June 2014 - Florida
 
Game 932: Italy 2-1 England
World Cup Finals - Brazil 2014
14 June 2014 - Manaus
 
Game 933: Uruguay 2-1 England
World Cup Finals - Brazil 2014
19 June 2014 - Sao Paulo
 
Game 934: Costa Rica 0-0 England
World Cup Finals - Brazil 2014
24 June 2014 - Belo Horizonte
 
Game 935: England 1-0 Norway
Friendly
3 September 2014 - Wembley
 
Game 936: Switzerland 0-2 England
European Championship Qualifier
8 September 2014 - Basel
 
Game 937: England 5-0 San Marino
European Championship Qualifier
When England beat San Marino 5-0 at Wembley on 9 October 2014, the visitors got off lightly as England created 50 goals attempts, 34 of which were on target.
 
Game 938: Estonia 0-1 England
European Championship Qualifier
12 October 2014 - Tallin
 
Game 939: England 3-1 Slovenia
European Championship Qualifier
15 November 2014 - Wembley
 
Game 940: Scotland 1-3 England
Friendly
18 November 2014 - Parkhead, Glasgow
 
Game 941: England 4-0 Lithuania
European Championship Qualifier
It meant a record best start to a season for England when they registered a seventh consecutive victory with a 4-0 Wembley win over Lithuania on 27 March 2015. Harry Kane had to wait seven minutes to come on for his international debut but managed a goal inside 79 seconds. 
 
Game 942: Italy 1-1 England
Friendly
31 March 2015 - Turin
 
Game 943: Republic of Ireland 0-0 England
Friendly
7 June 2015 - Lansdowne Road (AVIVA Stadium), Dublin
 
Game 944: Slovenia 2-3 England
European Championship Qualifier
14 June 2015 - Ljubljana
 
Game 945: San Marino 0-6 England
European Championship Qualifier
5 September 2015 - Serravalle
 
Game 946: England 2-0 Switzerland
European Championship Qualifier
It was Wayne Rooney`s night on 8 September 2015 when Switzerland were beaten 2-0. Rooney`s penalty was his 50th England goal, surpassing Sir Bobby Charlton`s record which stood for 45 years. It was also Rooney`s 11th successful penalty kick for his country and it meant another record for him, scoring for a 40th time in an England shirt.
 
 
Game 947: England 2-0 Estonia
European Championship Qualifier
Gary Cahill became England`s 50th post-war captain when he led his country in the 2-0 win over Estonia at Wembley on 9 October 2015.
 
Game 948: England 3-0 Lithuania
European Championship Qualifier
When England won 3-0 in Lithuania on 12 October 2015 it made it a perfect ten out of ten qualifying wins in the European qualifiers.

Game 949: Spain 2-0 England
Friendly
13 November 2015 - Alicante
 
Game 950: England 2-0 France
Friendly
17 November 2015 - Wembley
 
Game 951: Germany 2-3 England
Friendly
26 March 2016 - Berlin
 
Game 952: England 1-2 Netherlands
Friendly
29 March 2016 - Wembley
 
Game 953: England 2-1 Turkey
Friendly
22 May 2016 - Etihad Stadum, Manchester
 
Game 954: England 2-1 Australia
Friendly
27 May 2016 - Stadium of Light
On the night Wayne Rooney scored his 52nd international goal, Marcus Rashford  became the youngest England goalscorer just 138 seconds after kick-off at 18 years and 209 days. He also set a new record for making his England debut after a new low in terms of first team games, 18. 
 
Game 955: England 1-0 Portugal
Friendly 
2 June 2016 - Wembley
 
Game 956: Russia 1-1 England
European Championship Finals - France 2016
England`s draw with Russia in Marseille on 11 June 2016 was the 100th 1-1 draw for the senior side
 
Game 957: Wales 1-2 England
European Championship Finals - France 2016
16 June 2016 - LensW 2-1
 
Game 958: Slovakia 0-0 England
European Championship Finals - France 2016
20 June 2016 - St Etienne
 
Game 959: Iceland 2-1 England
European Championship Finals - France 2016
27 June 2016 - Nice
 
Game 960: Slovakia 0-1 Trnava
European Championship Finals - France 2016
4 September 2016 - Trnava
 
Game 961: England 2-0 Malta
World Cup Qualifier
8 October 2016 - Wembley
 
Game 962: Slovenia 0-0 England
World Cup Qualifier
11 October 2016 - Ljubljana
 
Game 963: England 3-0 Scotland
World Cup Qualifier
Adam Lallana scored England`s first goal in the 3-0 World Cup Qualifier win over Scotland on 11 November 2016. It was England`s 200th goal against Scotland .
 
Game 964: England 2-2 Spain
Friendly
15 November 2016 - Wembley
 
Game 965: Germany 1-0 England
Friendly
22 March 2017  - Dortmund

Game 966: England 2-0 Lithuania
World Cup Qualifier
26 March 2017 - Wembley
 
Game 967: Scotland 2-2 England
World Cup Qualifier
Jermaine Defoe took his record for substitute appearances to 35 when he came on for Jake Livermore at Hampden Park in the 2-2 draw with Scotland on 10 June 2017. It was England`s 35th qualifier unbeaten.
 
Game 968: France 3-2 England
Friendly
13 June 2017 - St Denis
 
Game 969: Malta 0-4 England
World Cup Qualifier
When Ryan Bertrand scored England`s second goal in the away win versus Malta on 1 September 2017, he became the 100th different Englishman to score a World Cup goal.
 
Game 970: England 2-1 Slovakia
World Cup Qualifier
4 September 2017 - Wembley
 
Game 971: England 1-0 Slovenia
World Cup Qualifier
5 October 2017 - Wembley
 
Game 972: Lithuania 0-1 England
World Cup Qualifier
8 October 2017 - Vilnius
 
Game 973: England 0-0 Germany
Friendly
10 November 2017 - Wembley
 
Game 974: England 0-0 Brazil
Friendly
When England played Brazil on 14 November 2017, a record 11 BAME players were involved .

Game 975: Netherlands 0-1 England
Friendly
23 March 2018 - Amsterdam
 
 
Game 976: England 1-1 Italy
Friendly
Lewis Cook, when he came on as a substitute for Jesse Lingard on 27 March 2018, became Bournemouth`s first senior England international.
 
Game 977: England 2-1 Nigeria
Friendly
2 June 2018 - Wembley
 
Game 978: England 2-0 Costa Rica
Friendly
7 June 2018 - Elland Road, Leeds
 
Game 979: Tunisia 1-2 England
World Cup Finals - Russia 2018
18 June 2018 - Volgorod
 
Game 980: Panama 1-6 England
World Cup Finals - Russia 2018
24 June 2018, Novgorod
This was the first time England scored more than four goals in a World Cup finals game and Harry Kane's treble was the first England hat-trick at that stage since Gary Lineker in 1986.
 
Game 981: Belgium 1-0 England
World Cup Finals - Russia 2018
28 June 2018 - Kaliningrad
 
Game 982: Colombia 1-1 England (AET) *England won 4-3 on penalties 
World Cup Finals - Russia 2018
Round of 16
3 July 2018 - Moscow
 
Game 983: Sweden 0-2 England
World Cup Finals - Russia 2018
Quarter Final
7 July 2018 - Samara

Game 984: Croatia 2-1 England (AET, 1-1 after 90 minutes)
World Cup Finals - Russia 2018
11 July 2018 - Moscow

Game 985: Belgium 2-0 England
World Cup Finals - Russia 2018
Third place game
14 July 2018 - St Petersburg
 
Game 986: England 1-2 Spain
UEFA Nations League Preliminary
8 September 2018 - Wembley
 
Game 987: England 1-0 Switzerland
Friendly - Kick It Out International
Stoke City`s Jack Butland  became the first player from a second tier club since Wilfried Zaha in November 2012, to play for England when he appeared in England`s 1-0 win over Switzerland at Leicester`s King Power Stadium on 11 September 2018.
 
Game 988: Croatia 0-0 England
UEFA Nations League Preliminary
Jadon Sancho became the first player born in the 21st century to represent the senior England side when he made his debut in Croatia on 12 October 2018 - behind closed doors. It was England`s 400th clean sheet.

Game 989: Spain 2-3 England
UEFA Nations League Preliminary
Raheem Sterling`s second goal of the two he scored in England`s win in Seville on 15 October 2018 was the 500th qualification goal scored by England.
 
Game 990: England 3-0 USA
Friendly - Wayne Rooney Foundation International
15 November 2018 - Wembley
 
Game 991: England 2-1 Croatia
UEFA Nations League Preliminary
18 November 2018 - Wembley
 
Game 992: England 5-0 Czech Republic
European Championship Qualifier
22 March 2019 - Wembley
 
Game 993: Montenegro 1-5 England
European Championship Qualifier
25 March 2019 - Podgorica
 
Game 994: Netherlands 3-1 England (AET, 1-1 at 90 minutes)
UEFA Nations League Finals 
6 June 2019  - Guimares
 
Game 995: Switzerland 0-0 England (AET) *England win 6-5 on penalties
UEFA Nations League Finals 
Third place game
On 9 June 2019 England beat Switzerland 6-5 on penalties, after extra-time to clinch third place and the bronze medal in the UEFA Nations League. Jordan Pickford not only saved a Drimic penalty but also became the first goalkeeper to score for England in a penalty shoot-out.
 
Game 996: England 4-0 Bulgaria
European Championship Qualifier
7 September 2019 - Wembley
 
Game 997: England 5-3 Kosovo
European Championship Qualifier
10 September 2019 - St Mary`s, Southampton
*1st ever meeting at international level

Game 998: Czech Republic 2-1 England
European Championship Qualifier
11 October 2019 - Prague

Game 999: Bulgaria 0-6 England
European Championship Qualifier
14 October 2019 - Sofia


Game 801: England 2-0 Turkey
European Championship Qualifier
2 April 2003 - Stadium of Light, Sunderland
 
Game 802: South Africa 1-2 England
Friendly
22 May 2003 - Durban
 
Game 803: England 2-1 Serbia & Montenegro
Friendly
3 June 2003 - Walkers Stadium, Leicester                                                       
 
Game 804: England 2-1 Slovakia
European Championship Qualifier
Michael Owen becomes the youngest player to reach 50 caps on 11 June 2003 at the Riverside Stadium in Middlesbrough. He scores both goals, including a penalty, to beat Slovakia 2-1. Owen was 23 years and 19 days.
 
Game 805: England 3-1 Croatia
Friendly
20 August 2003 - Portman Road, Ipswich
 
Game 806: FYR Macedonia 1-2 England
European Championship Qualifier
Wayne Rooney scored his first England goal in the 2-1 European Championship qualifier away to FYR Macedonia, on 6 September 2003 in Skopje.
 
Game 807: England 2-0 Liechtenstein
European Championship Qualifier
10 September 2003 - Old Trafford, Manchester
 
Game 808: Turkey 0-0 England
European Championship Qualifier
11 October 2003 - Istanbul
 
Game 809: England 2-3 Denmark
Friendly
16 November 2003 - Old Trafford, Manchester
 
Game 810: Portugal 1-1 England
Friendly
18 February 2004 - Almancil
 
Game 811: Sweden 1-0 England
Friendly - Swedish FA cententary celebration match
Steven Gerrard led England for the first time on 31 March 2004 when England lost 1-0 in Gothenburg, Sweden.
 
Game 812: England 1-1 Japan
Friendly
1 June 2004 - City of Manchester Stadium
 
Game 813: England 6-1 Iceland
Friendly
5 June 2004 - City of Manchester Stadium
 
Game 814: France 2-1 England
European Championship Finals - Portugal 2004
13 June 2004 - Estadio Da Luz, Lisbon
 
Game 815: Switzerland 0-3 England
European Championship Finals - Portugal 2004
17 June 2004 - Coimbra
 
Game 816: Croatia 2-4 England
European Championship Finals - Portugal 2004
21 June 2004 - Estadio Da Luz, Lisbon
 
Game 817: Portugal 2-2 England (AET, 1-1 at 90 minutes) *England lost 6-5 on penalties
European Championship Finals - Portugal 2004
Quarter Final
24 June 2004 - Estadio Da Luz, Lisbon
 
Game 818: England 3-0 Ukraine
Friendly
18 August 2004 - St James` Park, Newcastle
 
Game 819: Austria 2-2 England
World Cup Qualifier
4 September 2004 - Vienna
 
Game 820: Poland 1-2 England
World Cup Qualifier
8 September 2004 - Katowicka, Chorzow
 
Game 821: England 2-0 Wales
World Cup Qualifier
9 October 2004 - Old Trafford, Manchester
 
Game 822: Azerbaijan 0-1 England
World Cup Qualifier
13 October  2004 - Baku
 
Game 823: Spain 1-0 England
Friendly
17 November 2004 - Madrid
 
Game 824: England 0-0 Netherlands
Friendly
9 February 2005 - Villa Park, Birmingham
 
Game 825: England 4-0 Northern Ireland
World Cup Qualifier
26 March 2005 - Old Trafford
 
Game 826: England 2-0 Azerbaijan
World Cup Qualifier
30 March 2005 - St James` Park, Newcastle
 
Game 827: USA 1-2 England
Friendly - Tour of USA
28 May 2005 - Chicago
 
Game 828: Colombia 2-3 England
Friendly - Tour of USA
31 May 2005 - New Jersey
 
Game 829: Denmark 4-1 England
Friendly
17 August 2005 - Copenhagen
 
Game 830: Wales 0-1 England
World Cup Qualifier
3 September 2005 - Millennium Stadium
 
Game 831: Northern Ireland 1-0 England
World Cup Qualifier
7 September 2005 - Windsor Park, Belfast 
 
Game 832: England 1-0 Austria
World Cup Qualifier
David Beckham became first England captain to be sent off when he was red-carded at Old Trafford in the 1-0 win over Austria on 8 October 2005. It was his second red card after the 1998 World Cup dismissal against Argentina.
 
Game 833: England 2-1 Poland
World Cup Qualifier
12 October 2005 - Old Trafford
 
Game 834: Argentina 2-3 England
Friendly
12 November 2005 - Geneva
 
Game 835: England 2-1 Usuguay
Friendly
1 March 2006 - Anfield
 
Game 836: England 3-1 Hungary
Friendly
Theo Walcott breaks Wayne Rooney`s record as the youngest England debutant at 17 years and 75 days, in England`s 3-1 Old Trafford win over Hungary on 30 
May 2006. Walcott also set a new record in being capped after just 23 first team games, NONE in the Premier League.
 
Game 837: England 6-0 Jamaica
Friendly
3 June 2006 - Old Trafford
 
Game 838: Paraguay 0-1 England
World Cup Finals - Germany 2006
10 June 2006 - Frankfurt
 
Game 839: Trinidad & Tobago 0-2 England
World Cup Finals - Germany 2006
15 June 2006 - Nurenberg
 
Game 840: Sweden 2-2 England
World Cup Finals - Germany 2006
Michael Owen was substituted, injured, after just four minutes, equalling the fastest-ever England substitution. It was on 20 June 2006 in Engand`s 2-2 draw with Sweden in Cologne.
 
Game 841: Ecuador 0-1 England
World Cup Finals - Germany 2006
Second Round
25 June 2006 - Stuttgart
 
Game 842: Portugal 0-0 England (AET) *England lost 3-1 on penalties
World Cup Finals - Germany 2006
1 July 2006 - Gelsenkirken

 
Game 843: England 4-0 Greece
Friendly
16 August 2006 - Old Trafford, Manchester
 
Game 844: England 5-0 Andorra
European Championship Qualifier
2 September 2006 - Old Trafford
 
Game 845: FYR Macedonia 0-1 England
European Championship Qualifier
6 September 2006 - Skopje
 
Game 846: England 0-0 FYR Macedonia
European Championship Qualifier
7 October 2006 - Old Trafford
 
Game 847: Croatia 2-0 England
European Championship Qualifier
11 October 2006 - Zagreb
 
Game 848: Netherlands 1-1 England
Friendly
15 November 2006 - Amsterdam
 
Game 849: England 0-1 Spain
Friendly
7 February 2007 - Old Trafford, Manchester
 
Game 850: Israel 0-0 England
European Championship Qualifier
24 March 2007 - Tel Aviv
 
Game 851: Andorra 0-3 England
European Championship Qualifier
28 March 2007 - Barcelona
 
Game 852: England 1-1 Brazil
Friendly - New Wembley Stadium inauguration
1 June 2007 - Wembley
 
Game 853: Estonia 0-3 England
European Championship Qualifier
6 June 2007 - Tallinn
 
Game 854: England 1-2 Germany
Friendly
22 August 2007 - Wembley
 
Game 855: England 3-0 Israel
European Championship Qualifier
8 September 2007 - Wembley
 
Game 856: England 3-0 Russia
European Championship Qualifier
12 September 2007- Wembley
 
Game 857: England 3-0 Estonia
European Championship Qualifier
13 October 2007 - Wembley
 

Game 858: Russia 2-1 England
European Championship Qualifier
17 October 2007 - Moscow
 
 
Game 859: Austria 0-1 England
Friendly
16 November 2007 - Vienna
 
Game 860: England 2-3 Croatia
European Championship Qualifier
21 November 2007 - Wembley
 
Game 861: England 2-1 Switzerland 
Friendly
6 February 2008 - Wembley
 
Game 862: France 1-0 England
Friendly
26 March 2008 - St Denis, Paris
 
Game 863: England 2-0 USA
Friendly
28 May 2008 - Wembley
 
Game 864: Trinidad & Tobago 0-3 England
Friendly - Trinidad & Tobago FA celebration match
1 June 2008 - Port au Spain
 
Game 865: England 2-1 Czech Republic
Friendly
20 August 2008 - Wembley
 
 
Game 866: Andorra 0-2 England
World Cup Qualifier
6 September 2008 - Barcelona
 
Game 867: Croatia 1-4 England
World Cup Qualifier
10 September 2008 - Zagreb
 
Game 868: England 5-1 Kazakhstan
World Cup Qualifier
11 October 2008 - Wembley
 
Game 869: Belarus 1-3 England
World Cup Qualifier
15 October 2008 - Minsk
 
Game 870: Germany 1-2 England
Friendly
19 November 2008 - Berlin
 
Game 871: Spain 2-0 England
Friendly
11 February 2009 - Seville
 
Game 872: England 4-0 Slovakia
Friendly
28 March 2009 - Wembley
 
Game 873: England 2-1 Ukraine
World Cup Qualifier
Wayne Rooney set a new record as the youngest player to reach 50 caps when he appeared in the  2-1 Wembley win over Ukraine on 1 April 2009. He beat Michael Owen`s record by 20 days.
 
Game 874: Kazakhstan 0-4 England
World Cup Qualifier
6 June 2009  - Almaty
 
Game 875: England 6-0 Andorra
World Cup Qualifier
10 June 2009 - Wembley
 
Game 876: Netherlands 2-2 England
Friendly
12 August 2009  - Amsterdam
 
Game 877: England 2-1 Slovenia
Friendly
5 September 2009 - Wembley
 
Game 878: England 5-1 Croatia
World Cup Qualifier
9 September 2009 - Wembley
 
Game 879: Ukraine 1-0 England
World Cup Qualifier
10 October 2009 - Dnepropetrovsk
 
Game 880: England 3-0 Belarus
World Cup Qualifier
14 October 2009 - Wembley
 
Game 881: Brazil 1-0 England
Friendly
14 November 2009 - Qatar
 
Game 882: England 3-1 Egypt
Friendly
England recorded the 500th victory by beating Egypt 3-1 at Wembley on 3 March 2010.
 
Game 883: England 3-1 Mexico
Friendly
24 May 2010 - Wembley
 
Game 884: Japan 1-2 England
Friendly
When England beat Japan 2-1 in a friendly in Graz, Austria on 30 May 2010, Japan scored all three goals - Tamaka, with one for each side and England`s winner came from Nakazama.    
 
Game 885: USA 1-1 England
World Cup Finals - South Africa 2010
12 June 2010 - Rustenburg
 
Game 886: Algeria 0-0 England
World Cup Finals - South Africa 2010
18 June 2010 - Kaapstad
 

Game 887: Slovenia 0-1 England
World Cup Finals - South Africa 2010
23 June 2010 - Die Baai
 
Game 888: Germany 4-1 England
World Cup Finals - South Africa 2010
Round of 16
When England faced Germany in Bloemfontein in the World Cup on 27 June 2010 they did so unchanged for the first time since September 2007. Germany won 4-1 and Frank Lampard had a goal ruled out that hastened the use of VAR into football.
 
Game 889: England 2-1 Hungary
Friendly
11 August 2010 - Wembley

Game 890: England 4-0 Bulgaria
European Championship Qualifier
3 September 2010 - Wembley
 
Game 891: Switzerland 1-3 England
European Championship Qualifier
When England faced Switzerland in Basel on 7 September 2010, it was the first time an England game was broadcast in 3D.
 
Game 892: England 0-0 Montenegro
European Championship Qualifier
12 October 2010 - Wembley
 
Game 893: England 1-2 France 
Friendly
17 November 2010 - Wembley
 
Game 894: Denmark 1-2 England
Friendly
9 February 2011 - Copenhagen
 
 
Game 895: Wales 0-2 England
European Championship Qualifier
26 March 2011 - Millennium Stadium, Cardiff
 
Game 896: England 1-1 Ghana
Friendly
29 March 2011 - Wembley
 
Game 897: England 2-2 Switzerland
European Championship Qualifier
4 June 2011 - Wembley
Tranquillo Barnetto`s brace for the Swiss meant he became the first opposing player to net twice against England at Wembley and his second was the 200th conceded by England at Wembley.
 
Game 898: Bulgaria 0-3 England
European Championship Qualifier
2 September 2011 - Sofia
 
Game 899: England 1-0 Wales
European Championship Qualifier
6 September 2011 - Wembley
 
Game 900: Montenegro 2-2 England
European Championship Qualifier
7 October 2011 - Podgorica
 

Game 701: Netherlands 2-0 England
World Cup Qualifier
13 October 1993 - Rotterdam

Game 702: San Marino 1-7 England
World Cup Qualifier
17 November 1993 - Bologna

Game 703: England 1-0 Denmark
Friendly
9 March 1994 - Wembley
 
Game 704: England 5-0 Greece
Friendly
17 May 1994 - Wembley
 
Game 705: England 0-0 Norway
Friendly
22 May 1994 - Wembley
 
Game 706: England 2-0 USA
Friendly
7 September 1994 - Wembley
 
Game 707: England 1-1 Romania
Friendly
12 October 1994  - Wembley
 
Game 708: England 1-0 Nigeria
Friendly
16 November 1994 - Wembley
 
Game 709: Republic of Ireland v England
Friendly
15 February 1995 - Lansdowne Road, Dublin
Match abandoned after 22 minutes due to crowd trouble with Ireland 1-0 ahead.
 
Game 710: England 0-0 Uruguay
Friendly
When England drew 0-0 with Uruguay on 29 March 1995 at Wembley, Nick Barmby and Andrew Cole were capped as substitutes. They were the first graduates of the FA National School to be capped at full international level.
 
Game 711: England 2-1 Japan
Umbro International Trophy
3 June 1995 - Wembley

Game 712: England 3-3 Sweden
Umbro International Trophy
8 June 1995 - Elland Road, Leeds
 
Game 713: England 1-3 Brazil
Umbro International Trophy
11 June 1995 - Wembley
 
Game 714: England 0-0 Colombia
Friendly
6 September 1995 - Wembley
 
Game 715: Norway 0-0 England
Friendly
11 October 1995 - Oslo

 

Game 716: England 3-1 Switzerland
Friendly
15 November 1995 - Wembley             

 

 

 
Game 717: England 1-1 Portugal
Friendly
12 December 1995 - Wembley
 
Game 718: England 1-0 Bulgaria
Friendly
27 March 1996 - Wembley
 
Game 719: England 0-0 Croatia
Friendly
24 April 1996 - Wembley
 
Game 720: England 3-0 Hungary
Friendly
18 May 1996 - Wembley
 
 
Game 721: China 0-3 England
Friendly
23 May 1996 - Beijing
 
Game 722: England 1-1 Switzerland
European Championship Finals - England 1996
8 June 1996 - Wembley
 
Game 723: England 2-0 Scotland
European Championship Finals - England 1996
15 June 1996 - Wembley
 
Game 724: England 4-1 Netherlands
European Championship Finals - England 1996
18 June 1996 - Wembley
 
Game 725: England 0-0 Spain (AET) * England won 4-2 on penalties 
European Championship Finals - England 1996
Quarter Final
22 June 1996 - Wembley
 
Game 726: England 1-1 Germany (AET) *England lost 6-5 on penalties
European Championship Finals - England 1996
Semi-Final
26 June 1996 - Wembley
 
Game 727: Moldova 0-3 England
World Cup Qualifier
1 September 1996 - Chisinau
 
Game 728: England 2-1 Poland
World Cup Qualifier
9 October 1996 - Wembley
 
Game 729: Georgia 0-2 England
World Cup Qualifier
9 November 1996  - Tblisi
 
Game 730: England 0-1 Italy
World Cup Qualifier
12 February 1997 - Wembley
 
Game 731: England 2-0 Mexico
Friendly
29 March 1997 - Wembley

Game 732: England 2-0 Georgia
World Cup Qualifier
30 April 1997 - Wembley
 
Game 733: England 2-1 South Africa
Friendly
24 May 1997 - Old Trafford, Manchester
 
Game 734: Poland 0-2 England
World Cup Qualifier
31 May 1997 - Katowicka, Chorzow
 
Game 735: Italy 0-2 England
Le Tournoi, France
4 June 1997 - Nantes
 
Game 736: France 0-1 England
Le Tournoi, France
7 June 1997 - Montpellier
 
Game 737: Brazil 1-0 England
Le Tournoi, France
10 June 1997 - Paris
 
Game 738: England 4-0 Moldova
World Cup Qualifier
10 September 1997 - Wembley
 
Game 739: Italy 0-0 England
World Cup Qualifier
11 October 1997 - Rome
 
Game 740: England 2-0 Cameroon
Friendly
15 November 1997 - Wembley
 
Game 741: England 0-2 Chile
Friendly
11 February 1998 - Wembley
 
Game 742: Switzerland 1-1 England
Friendly
25 March 1998 - Berne

Game 743: England 3-0 Portugal
Friendly
22 April 1998 - Wembley
 
Game 744: England 0-0 Saudi Arabia
Friendly
23 May 1998 - Wembley
 
Game 745: Morocco 0-1 England
King Hassan II Cup
Michael Owen became youngest England goalscorer at 18 years and 164 days when he got the only goal of the game to beat Morocco in Casablanca on 27 May  1998.
 
Game 746: Belgium 0-0 England *England lost 4-3 on penalties
King Hassan II Cup
29 May 1998 - Casablanca
 
 
Game 747: Tunisia 0-2 England
World Cup Finals - France 1998
15 June 1998 - Marseille
 
Game 748: Romania 2-1 England
World Cup Finals - France 1998
22 June 1998 - Toulouse
 
Game 749: Colombia 0-2 England
World Cup Finals - France 1998
26 June 1998 - Lens

Game 750: Argentina 2-2 England (AET) *England lost 4-3 on penalties
World Cup Finals - France 1998
Second Round
30 June 1998 - St Etienne
 
Game 751: Sweden 2-1 England
European Championship Qualifier
5 September 1998 - Stockholm
 
Game 752: England 0-0 Bulgaria
European Championship Qualifier
10 October 1998 - Wembley
 
Game 753: Luxembourg 0-3 England
European Championship Qualifier
14 October 1998 - Luxembourg
 

Game 754: England 2-0 Czech Republic
Friendly
18 November 1998 - Wembley
 
Game 755: England 0-2 France
Friendly
10 February 1999 - Wembley
 
Game 756: England 3-1 Poland
European Championship Qualifier
27 March 1999 - Wembley
 
Game 757: Hungary 1-1 England
Friendly
28 April 1999 - Budapest
 
Game 758: England 0-0 Sweden
European Championship Qualifier
5 June 1999 - Wembley
 
Game 759: Bulgaria 1-1 England
European Championship Qualifier
9 June 1999 - Sofia
 
Game 760: England 6-0 Luxembourg
European Championship Qualifier
4 September 1999 - Wembley
 
Game 761: Poland 0-0 England
European Championship Qualifier
8 September 1999 - Srodmiescie, Warsaw
 
Game 762: England 2-1 Belgium
Friendly
10 October 1999 - Stadium of Light, Sunderland
 
Game 763: Scotland 0-2 England
European Championship Qualifier play-off
13 November 1999 - Hampden Park, Glasgow

Game 764: England 0-1 Scotland
European Championship Qualifier play-off
17 November 1999 - Wembley
 
Game 765: England 0-0 Argentina
Friendly
23 February 2000 - Wembley
 
Game 766: England 1-1 Brazil
Friendly
27 May 2000 - Wembley
 
Game 767: England 2-0 Ukraine
Friendly
31 May 2000 - Wembley
 
Game 768: Malta 1-2 England
Friendly - Maltese FA Centenary celebration match
3 June 2000 - Valetta
 
Game 769: Portugal 3-2 England
European Championship Finals - Belgium/Netherlands 2000
12 June 2000 - Eindhoven
 
Game 770: Germany 0-1 England
European Championship Finals - Belgium/Netherlands 2000
17 June 2000 - Charleroi
 
Game 771: Romania 3-2 England
European Championship Finals - Belgium/Netherlands 2000
20 June 2000 - Charleroi
 
Game 772: France 1-1 England
Friendly
2 September 2000 - Paris
 
Game 773: England 0-1 Germany
World Cup Qualifier
7 October 2000 - Wembley
This was the final game at the old Wembley Stadium, and also manager Kevin Keegan's last in charge of the Three Lions after Dietmar Hamman's free-kick secured victory for Germany.
 
Game 774: Finland 0-0 England
World Cup Qualifier
11 October 2000 - Helsinki
 
Game 775: Italy 1-0 England
Friendly
15 November 2000 - Turin
 
Game 776: England 3-0 Spain
Friendly
28 February 2001 - Villa Park, Birmingham
 
Game 777: England 2-1 Finland
World Cup Qualifier
24 March 2001 - Anfield, Liverpool
 
Game 778: Albania 1-3 England
World Cup Qualifier
28 March 2001 - Tirana
 
Game 779: England 4-0 Mexico
Friendly
25 May 2001 - Pride Park, Derby
 
Game 780: Greece 0-2 England
World Cup Qualifier
6 June 2001 - Athens
 
Game 781: England 0-2 Netherlands
Friendly
15 August 2001 - White Hart Lane, London
 
Game 782: Germany 1-5 England
World Cup Qualifier
1 September 2001 - Munich
 
Game 783: England 2-0 Albania
World Cup Qualifier
5 September 2001 - St James` Park, Newcastle
 
Game 784: England 2-2 Greece
World Cup Qualifier
6 October 2001 - Old Trafford
 
Game 785: England 1-1 Sweden
Friendly
10 November 2001 - Old Trafford
 
Game 786: Netherlands 1-1 England
Friendly
13 February 2002 - Amsterdam
 
Game 787: England 1-2 Italy
Friendly
27 March 2002 - Elland Road, Leeds
 
Game 788: England 4-0 Paraguay
Friendly
17 April 2002 and Michael Owen, at 22 years and 124 days, becomes youngest England captain since Bobby Moore and scores in the 4-0 win over Paraguay at Anfield.
 
Game 789: South Korea 1-1 England
Friendly
21 May 2002 - Seogwipo
 
Game 790: Cameroon 2-2 England
Friendly - Umbro Challenge Cup
26 May 2002 - Kobe
 
Game 791: Sweden 1-1 England
World Cup Finals - Japan/Korea 2002
2 June 2002 - Saitama
 
Game 792: Argentina 0-1 England
World Cup Finals - Japan/Korea 2002
7 June 2002 - Sapporo
 
Game 793: Nigeria 0-0 England
World Cup Finals - Japan/Korea 2002
12 June 2002 - Osaka
 
Game 794: Denmark 0-3 England
World Cup Finals - Japan/Korea 2002
Second Round
15 June 2002 - Niigata
 
Game 795: Brazil 2-1 England
World Cup Finals - Japan/Korea 2002
Quarter Final
21 June 2002 - Shizuoka-Ken, Chubu
 
Game 796: England 1-1 Portugal
Friendly
7 September 2002 - Villa, Park, Birmingham
 
Game 797: Slovakia 1-2 England
European Championship Qualifier
12 October 2002 - Bratislava
 
Game 798: England 2-2 FYR Macedonia
European Championship Qualifier
16 October 2002 - St Mary`s, Southampton
 
Game 799: England 1-3 Australia
Friendly
Wayne Rooney becomes the youngest-ever debutant at 17 years and 111 days when he came on as a substitute for Kieran Dyer in the 3-1 defeat to Australia ay Upton Park on 12 February 2003.
 
Game 800: Liechtenstein 0-2 England
European Championship Qualifier
29 March 2003 - Vaduz

Game 601: Italy 2-1 England
Azteca Mexico City Tournament
6 June 1985 - Mexico City
 
Game 602: Mexico 1-0 England
Azteca Mexico City Tournament
9 June 1985 - Mexico City
 
Game 603: West Germany 0-3 England
Azteca Mexico City Tournament
12 June 1985 - Mexico City
 
Game 604: USA 0-5 England
Friendly
16 June 1985 - Los Angeles
 
Game 605: England 1-1 Romania
World Cup Qualifier
11 September 1985 - Wembley
 
Game 606: England 5-0 Turkey
World Cup Qualifier
Peter Shilton became England`s most capped goalkeeper with his 74th appearance on 16 October 1985, and kept a clean sheet as England won 5-0 at Wembley.
 
Game 607: England 0-0 Northern Ireland
World Cup Qualifier
13 November 1985 - Wembley
 
Game 608: Egypt 0-4 England
Friendly
29 January 1986 - Cairo
 
Game 609: Israel 1-2 England
Friendly
26 February 1986 - Tel Aviv
 
Game 610: USSR 0-1 England
Friendly
26 March 1986 - Tblisi
 
Game 611: England 2-1 Scotland
Rous Cup
23 April 1986 - Wembley
 
Game 612: Mexico 0-3 England
Friendly
17 May 1986 - Los Angeles
 
Game 613: Canada 0-1 England
Friendly
24 May 1986 - Vancouver
 
Game 614: Portugal 1-0 England
World Cup Finals - Mexico 1986
3 June 1986 - Monterrey
 
Game 615: Morocco 0-0 England
World Cup Finals - Mexico 1986
6 June 1986 - Monterrey
 
Game 616: Poland 0-3 England
World Cup Finals - Mexico 1986
11 June 1986 - Mexico City

Game 617:
 Paraguay 0-3 England
World Cup Finals - Mexico 1986
Second Round
18 June 1986 - Mexico City
 
Game 618: Argentina 2-1 England
World Cup Finals - Mexico 1986
Quarter Final
22 June 1986 - Mexico City
 
Game 619: Sweden 1-0 England
Friendly
10 September 1986 - Stockholm
 
Game 620: England 3-0 Northern Ireland
European Championship Qualifier
15 October 1986 - Wembley
 
Game 621: England 2-0 Yugoslavia
European Championship Qualifier
12 November 1986 - Wembley
 
Game 622: Spain 2-4 England
Friendly
18 February 1987 - Madrid
 
Game 623: Northern Ireland 0-2 England
European Championship Qualifier
1 April 1987 - Windsor Park, Belfast
 
Game 624: Turkey 0-0 England
European Championship Qualifier
29 April 1987 - Izmir
 
Game 625: England 1-1 Brazil
Rous Cup
19 May 1987 - Wembley Stadium
Stuart Pearce became the 999th player to represent England and Neil Webb, who replaced Glenn Hoddle in the same game, became the 1000th England international.
 
Game 626: Scotland 0-0 England
Rous Cup
23 May 1987 - Hampden Park, Glasgow
 
Game 627: West Germany 3-1 England
Friendly
9 September 1987 - Dusseldorf
 
Game 628: England 8-0 Turkey
European Championship Qualifier
Gary Lineker scored a hat-trick in the 8-0 win against Turkey at Wembley on 14 October 1987. Lineker was playing in his 11th of the 13 internationals since his hat-trick v Poland. His goal tally was 17 goals in 11 games.
 
 
Game 629: Yugoslavia 1-4 England
European Championship Qualifier
11 November 1987 - Belgrade
 
Game 630: Israel 0-0 England
Friendly - Israeli FA 60th anniversary celebration match
17 February 1988 - Tel Aviv
 
Game 631: England 2-2 Netherlands
Friendly
23 March 1988 - Wembley
 
Game 632: Hungary 0-0 England
Friendly
27 April 1988 - Budapest
 
Game 633: England 1-0 Scotland
Rous Cup
21 May 1988 - Wembley
 
 
Game 634: England 1-1 Colombia
Rous Cup
24 May 1988 - Wembley 
 
Game 635: Switzerland 0-1 England
Friendly
28 May 1988 - Lausanne
 
Game 636: Republic of Ireland 1-0 England
European Championship Finals - Germany 1988
12 June 1988 - Stuttgart
 
Game 637: Netherlands 3-1 England
European Championship Finals - Germany 1988
15 June 1988 v Netherlands - Dusseldorf
 
Game 638: USSR 3-1 England
European Championship Finals - Germany 1988
18 June 1988 - Frankfurt
 
Game 639: England 1-0 Denmark
Friendly
14 September 1988 - Wembley
 
 
Game 640: England 0-0 Sweden
World Cup Qualifier
19 October 1988 - Wembley
 
Game 641: Saudi Arabia 1-1 England
Friendly
16 November 1988 - Riyadh
 
Game 642: Greece 1-2 England
Friendly
8 February 1989 - Athens
 
Game 643: Albania 0-2 England
World Cup Qualifier
8 March 1989 - Tirana
 
Game 644: England 5-0 Albania
World Cup Qualifier
26 April 1989 - Wembley
 
Game 645: England 0-0 Chile
Rous Cup
A milestone for the Clough family when England drew at home to Chile on 23 May 1989. Nigel Clough made his debut, following his father Brian in becoming an England international and equalling the achievement of George Eastham, Jr and Sr.
 
Game 646: Scotland 0-2 England
Rous Cup
27 May 1989 - Hampden Park, Glasgow
 
Game 647: England 3-0 Poland
World Cup Qualifier
3 June 1989 - Wembley
 
Game 648: Denmark 1-1 England
Friendly - Danish FA centenary celebration match 
7 June 1989 - Copenhagen
 
Game 649: Sweden 0-0 England
World Cup Qualifier
6 September 1989 - Stockholm
 
Game 650: Poland 0-0 England
World Cup Qualifier
11 October 1989 - Katowicka, Chorzow
 
Game 651: England 0-0 Italy
Friendly
15 November 1989 - Wembley
 
Game 652: England 2-1 Yugoslavia
Friendly
When England beat Yugoslavia on 13 December 1989, it was the 100th Wembley win. Captain Bryan Robson`s 38-second goal was the second fastest ever at the national stadium. 
 
Game 653: England 1-0 Brazil
Friendly - The Varig Challenge Cup
28 March 1990 - Wembley
 
Game 654: England 4-2 Czechoslovakia
Friendly
25 April 1990 - Wembley
 
Game 655: England 1-0 Denmark
Friendly
15 May 1990 - Wembley
 
Game 656: England 1-2 Uruguay
Friendly
22 May 1990 - Wembley
 
Game 657: Tunisia 1-1 England
Friendly
2 June 1990 - Tunis
 
Game 658: Republic of Ireland 1-1 England
World Cup Finals - Italy 1990
11 June 1990 - Cagliari
 
Game 659: Netherlands 0-0 England
World Cup Finals - Italy 1990
16 June 1990 - Cagliari
Peter Shilton marked a new record caps total for a goalkeeper of 120, by keeping a clean sheet
 
Game 660: Egypt 0-1 England
World Cup Finals - Italy 1990
21 June 1990 - Cagliari
 
Game 661: Belgium 0-1 England
World Cup Finals - Italy 1990
Second round
26 June 1990 - Bologna
 
Game 662: Cameroon 2-3 England (AET) *Score 2-2 after 90 minutes
World Cup Finals - Italy 1990
Quarter Final
1 July 1990 - Naples
  
Game 663: West Germany 1-1 (AET) * England lost 4-3 on penalties
World Cup Finals - Italy 1990
Semi-final
4 July 1990 - Turin

 

 

Game 664: Italy 2-1 England
World Cup Finals - Italy 1990
Third place play-off
7 July 1990 - Bari
 
Game 665: England 1-0 Hungary
Friendly
12 September 1990 - Wembley
 
Game 666: England 2-0 Poland
European Championship Qualifier
17 October 1990 - Wembley
 
Game 667: Republic of Ireland 1-1 England
European Championship Qualifier
14 November 1990 - Lansdowne Road, Dublin 
 
Game 668: England 2-0 Camerpon
Friendly
6 February 1991 - Wembley
 
Game 669: England 1-1 Republic of Ireland
European Championship Qualifier
27 March 1991 - Wembley
 
Game 670: Turkey 0-1 England
European Championship Qualifier
1 May 1991 - Izmir
 
Game 671: England 3-1 USSR
England Challenge Cup
21 May 1991 - Wembley
 
Game 672: England 2-2 Argentina
England Challenge Cup
25 May 1991 - Wembley
 
Game 673: Australia 0-1 England
Friendly
1 June 1991- Sydney
 
Game 674: New Zealand 0-1 England
Friendly - New Zealand FA Centenary celebration match
3 June 1991 - Auckland
 
Game 675: New Zealand 0-2 England
Friendly
8 June 1991 - Wellington
 
Game 676: Malaysia 2-4 England
Friendly
12 June 1991 - Kuala Lumpur
 
Game 677: England 0-1 Germany
Friendly
11 September 1991 - Wembley
 
Game 678: England 1-0 Turkey
European Championship Qualifier
16 October 1991 - Wembley
 
Game 679: Poland 1-1 England
European Championship Qualifier
13 November 1991 - Grunwald, Poznan
 
Game 680: England 2-0 France
Friendly
19 February 1992 - Wembley
 
Game 681: Czechoslovakia 2-2 England
Friendly
25 March 1992 - Prague
 
Game 682: CIS 2-2 England
Friendly
29 April 1992 - Luzhniki, Moscow
 
Game 683: Hungary 0-1 England
Friendly
12 May 1992 - Budapest
 
Game 684: England 1-1 Brazil
Friendly
17 May 1992 - Wembley
 
Game 685: Finland 1-2 England
Friendly
3 June 1992 - Helsinki
 
Game 686: Denmark 0-0 England
European Championship Finals - Sweden 1992
11 June 1992 - Malmo
 
Game 687: France 0-0 England
European Championship Finals - Sweden 1992
14 June 1992 - Malmo
 
Game 688: Sweden 2-1 England
European Championship Finals - Sweden 1992
17 June 1992 - Stockholm
 
Game 689: Spain 1-0 England
Friendly
9 September 1992 - Santander
 
Game 690: England 1-1 Norway
World Cup Qualifier
14 October 1992 - Wembley
 
 
Game 691: England 4-0 Turkey
World Cup Qualifier
18 November 1992 - Wembley
 
Game 692: England 6-0 San Marino
World Cup Qualifier
17 February 1993 - Wembley
 
Game 693: Turkey 0-2 England
World Cup Qualifier 
31 March 1993 - Izmir
 
Game 694: England 2-2 Netherlands
World Cup Qualifier
28 April 1993 - Wembley
 
Game 695: Poland 1-1 England
World Cup Qualifier
29 May 1993 - Katowicka, Chorzow
 
Game 696: Norway 2-0 England
World Cup Qualifier
2 June 1993 - Oslo
 
Game 697: USA 2-0 England
US Cup
9 June 1993 - Boston
 
Game 698: Brazil 1-1 England
US Cup
13 June 1993 - Washington
 
Game 699: Germany 2-1 England
US Cup
When England lost to Germany in Detroit, USA, on 19 June 1993, it was the first time an international football match was played indoors on natural grass.
 
Game 700: England 3-0 Poland
World Cup Qualifier
8 September 1993 - Wembley

Game 501: Brazil 1-0 England
US Bi-Centennial Tournament
23 May 1976 - Los Angeles

Game 502: Italy 2-3 England
US Bi-Centennial Tournament
28 May 1976 - New York City
 
Game 503: Finland 1-4 England
World Cup Qualifier
13 June 1976 - Helsinki
 
Game 504: England 1-1 Republic of Ireland
Friendly
8 September 1976 - Wembley
 
Game 505: England 2-1 Finland
World Cup Qualifier
13 October 1976 - Wembley 
 
Game 506: Italy 2-0 England
World Cup Qualifier
17 November 1976 - Rome
 
Game 507: England 0-2 Netherlands
Friendly
9 February 1977 - Wembley
 
Game 508: England 5-0 Luxembourg
World Cup Qualifier
30 March 1977 - Wembley
 
Game 509: Northern Ireland 1-2 England
Home International Championship
28 May 1977 - Windsor Park, Belfast
 
Game 510: England 0-1 Wales
Home International Championship
31 May 1977 - Wembley
 
Game 511: England 1-2 Scotland
Home International Championship
4 June 1977 - Wembley
 
Game 512: Brazil 0-0 England
Friendly
8 June 1977 - Rio
 
Game 513: Argentina 1-1 England
Friendly
12 June 1977 - Buenos Aires
 
Game 514: Uruguay 0-0 England
Friendly
15 June 1977 - Montevideo
 
Game 515: England 0-0 Switzerland
Friendly
7 September 1977 - Wembley
 
Game 516: Luxembourg 0-2 England
World Cup Qualifier
12 October 1977 - Luxembourg

Game 517: 
England 2-0 Italy
World Cup Qualifier
16 November 1977 - Wembley
 
Game 518: West Germany 2-1 England
Friendly
22 February 1978 - Munich
 
Game 519: England 1-1 Brazil
Friendly
19 April 1978 - Wembley          
 
Game 520: Wales 1-3 England
Home International Championship
13 May 1978 - Ninian Park, Cardiff
 
Game 521: England 1-0 Northern Ireland
Home International Championship
16 May 1978 - Wembley

Game 522: Scotland 0-1 England
Home International Championship 
20 May 1978 - Hampden Park, Glasgow
 
Game 523: England 4-1 Hungary
Friendly
24 May 1978 - Wembley
 
Game 524: Denmark 3-4 England
European Championship Qualifier
20 September 1978 - Copenhagen
 
Game 525: Republic of Ireland 1-1 England
European Championship Qualifier
25 October 1978 - Lansdowne Road, Dublin
 
 
Game 526: England 1-0 Czechoslovakia
Friendly
Viv Anderson made history on 29 November 1978 when he became the first black player to make a senior debut for England. England beat Czechoslovakia with a Steve Coppell goal.
 
Game 527: England 4-0 Northern Ireland
European Championship Qualifier
7 February 1979 - Wembley
 
Game 528: Northern Ireland 0-2 England
Home International Championship 
19 May 1979 - Windsor Park, Belfast
 
Game 529: England 0-0 Wales
Home International Championship
23 May 1979 - Wembley
 
Game 530: England 3-1 Scotland
Home International Championship
26 May 1979 - Wembley
 
Game 531: Bulgaria 0-3 England
European Championship Qualifier
6 June 1979 - Sofia
 
Game 532: Sweden 0-0 England
Friendly - Swedish FA 75th anniversary celebration match
10 June 1979 - Stockholm
 
Game 533: Austria 4-3 England
Friendly
13 June 1979 - Vienna
 
Game 534: England 1-0 Denmark
European Championship Qualifier
12 September 1979 - Wembley
 
Game 535: Northern Ireland 1-5 England
European Championship Qualifier
17 October 1979 - Windsor Park  
 
Game 536: England 2-0 Bulgaria
European Championship Qualifier
22 November 1979 - Wembley
 
Game 537: England 2-0 Republic of Ireland
European Championship Qualifier
6 February 1980 - Wembley
 
Game 538: Spain 0-2 England
Friendly
26 March 1980 - Barcelona
 
Game 539: England 3-1 Argentina
Friendly
13 May 1980 - Wembley
 
Game 540: Wales 4-1 England
Home International Championship
17 May 1980 - Racecourse Ground, Wrexham
 
Game 541: England 1-1 Northern Ireland
Home International Championship
20 May 1980 - Wembley
 
Game 542: Scotland 0-2 England
Home International Championship
24 May 1980 - Hampden Park, Glasgow
 
Game 543: Australia 1-2 England
Friendly - Australian FA Centenary celebration match
31 May 1980 - Sydney
 
Game 544: Belgium 1-1 England
European Championship - Italy 1980
12 June 1980 - Turin
 
Game 545: Italy 1-0 England
European Championship - Italy 1980
15 June 1980 - Turin
 
Game 546: Spain 1-2 England
European Championship - Italy 1980
18 June 1980 - Naples
 
Game 547: England 4-0 Norway
World Cup Qualifier
10 September 1980 - Wembley
 
Game 548: Romania 2-1 England
World Cup Qualifier
15 October 1980 - Bucharest
 
 
Game 549: England 2-1 Switzerland
World Cup Qualifier
19 November 1980 - Wembley
 
Game 550: England 1-2 Spain
Friendly
25 March 1981 - Wembley
 
Game 551: England 0-0 Romania
World Cup Qualifier
29 April 1981 - Wembley
 
Game 552: England 0-1 Brazil
Friendly
12 May 1981 - Wembley
Ray Clemence became the first goalkeeper to captain England for 33 years, since Frank Swift against Denmark in 1948.
 
Game 553: England 0-0 Wales
Home International Championship
20 May 1981 - Wembley
 
Game 554: England 0-1 Scotland
Home international Championship
23 May 1981 - Wembley
 
Game 555: Switzerland 2-1 England
World Cup Qualifier
30 May 1981 - Basle
 
Game 556: Hungary 1-3 England
World Cup Qualifier
6 June 1981 - Budapest
 
Game 557: Norway 2-1 England
World Cup Qualifier
9 September 1981 - Oslo
 
Game 558: England 1-0 Hungary
World Cup Qualifier
18 November 1981 - Wembley
 
Game 559: England 4-0 Northern Ireland
Home International Championship
23 February 1982 - Wembley
 
Game 560: Wales 0-1 England
Home International Championship
27 April 1982 - Ninian Park, Cardiff
 
Game 561: England 2-0 Netherlands
Friendly
25 May 1982 - Wembley
 
Game 562: Scotland 0-1 England
Home International Championship
29 May 1982 - Hampden Park, Glasgow
 
Game 563: Iceland 1-1 England
Friendly
2 June 1982 - Reykjavik
 
Game 564: Finland 1-4 England
Friendly - Finnish FA 75th anniversary celebration match
3 June 1982 - Helsinki
 
Game 565: France 1-3 England
World Cup Finals - Spain 1982
16 June 1982 - Bilbao
 
Game 566: Czechoslovakia 0-2 England
World Cup Finals - Spain 1982
20 June 1982 - Bilbao
 
Game 567: Kuwait 0-1 England
World Cup Finals - Spain 1982
25 June 1982 - Bilbao

Game 568: West Germany 0-0 England
World Cup Finals - Spain 1982
Second Round
29 June 1982 - Madrid
 
Game 569: Spain 0-0 England
World Cup Finals - Spain 1982
Second Round
5 July 1982 - Madrid
England unbeaten in five games, only conceded one goal - but were out of the tournament
 
Game 570: Denmark 2-2 England
European Championship Qualifier
22 September 1982 - Copenhagen
 
Game 571: England 1-2 West Germany
Friendly
13 October 1982 - Wembley 
 
Game 572: Greece 0-3 England
European Championship Qualifier
17 November 1982 - Salonika
 
Game 573: England 9-0 Luxembourg
European Championship Qualifier
Luther Blissett became the first black player to score a hat-trick for England when he netted three of England`s tally in the 9-0 win over Luxembourg at Wembley on 15 December 1982.

Game 574: England 2-1 Wales
Home International Championship
23 February 1983 - Wembley
 
Game 575: England 0-0 Greece
European Championship Qualifier
30 March 1983 - Wembley
 
Game 576: England 2-0 Hungary
European Championship Qualifier
27 April 1983 - Wembley
 
Game 577: Northern Ireland 0-0 England
Home International Championship
28 May 1983 - Windsor Park, Belfast
 
Game 578: England 2-0 Scotland
Home International Championship
1 June 1983 - Wembley
 
Game 579: Australia 0-0 England
Friendly
12 June 1983 - Sydney
 
Game 580: Australia 0-1 England
Friendly
15 June 1983 - Brisbane
 
Game 581: Australia 1-1 England
Friendly
19 June 1983 - Melbourne
 
Game 582: England 1-0 Denmark
European Championship Qualifier
21 September 1983 - Wembley
 
Game 583: Hungary 0-3 England
European Championship Qualifier
12 October 1983 - Budapest
 
Game 584: Luxembourg 0-4 England
European Championship Qualifier
16 November 1983 - Luxembourg
 
Game 585: France 2-0 England
Friendly
29 February 1984 - Paris
 
Game 586: England 1-0 Northern Ireland
Home International Championship 
4 April 1984 - Wembley
 
Game 587: Wales 1-0 England
Home International Championship
2 May 1984 - Racecourse Ground, Wrexham
 
Game 588: Scotland 1-1 England
Home International Championship 
26 May 1984 - Hampden Park, Glasgow
 
Game 589: England 0-2 USSR
Friendly
2 June 1984 - Wembley
 
Game 590: Brazil 0-2 England
Friendly - Brazilian FA 70th anniversary game
10 June 1984 - Rio
 
Game 591: Uruguay 2-0 England
Friendly
13 June 1984 - Montevideo
 
Game 592: Chile 0-0 England
Friendly
17 June 1984 - Santiago
 
Game 593: England 1-0 East Germany
Friendly
12 September 1984 - Wembley
 
Game 594: England 5-0 Finland
World Cup Qualifier
17 October 1984 - Wembley
 
Game 595: Turkey 0-8 England
World Cup Qualifier
14 November 1984 - Istanbul
 
Game 596: Northern Ireland 0-1 England
World Cup Qualifier
27 February 1985 - Windsor Park, Belfast
 
Game 597: England 2-1 Republic of Ireland
Friendly
26 March 1985 - Wembley 
 
Game 598: Romania 0-0 England
World Cup Qualifier
1 May 1985 - Bucharest
 
Game 599: Finland 1-1 England
World Cup Qualifier
22 May 1985 - Helsinki
 
Game 600: Scotland 1-0 England
Rous Cup
25 May 1985 - Hampden Park, Glasgow

Game 401: Norway 1-6 England
Friendly
29 June 1966 - Oslo 

Game 402: Denmark 0-2 England
Friendly
3 July 1966 - Copenhagen
 
Game 403: Poland 0-1 England
Friendly
5 July 1966 - Katowicka, Chorzhow
 
Game 404: England 0-0 Uruguay
World Cup - England 1966
11 July 1966 - Wembley
 
Game 405: England 2-0 Mexico
World Cup - England 1966
16 July 1966 - Wembley
 
Game 406: England 2-0 France
World Cup - England 1966
20 July 1966 - Wembley
 
Game 407: England 1-0 Argentina
World Cup - England 1966
Quarter final
23 July 1966 - Wembley
 
Game 408: England 2-1 Portugal
World Cup - England 1966
Semi-final
26 July 1966 - Wembley
 
Game 409: England 4-2 West Germany (AET)
World Cup - England 1966
The Final
30 July 1966 - Wembley
England win their first international honour on home soil as they lift the Jules Rimet trophy after a thrilling victory over West Germany. With the score at 2-2 after 90 minutes, a goal from Martin Peters and a hat-trick from Geoff Hurst sealed victory in English football's finest moment to date.
 
Game 410: Northern Ireland 0-2 England
Home International Championship/ European Nations Qualifier
22 October 1966 - Windsor Park, Belfast
 
Game 411: England 0-0 Czechoslovakia
Friendly
2 November 1966 - Wembley
 
Game 412: England 5-1 Wales
Home International Championship/ European Nations Qualifier
16 November 1966 - Wembley
 
Game 413: England 2-3 Scotland
Home International Championship/ European Nations Qualifier
15 April 1967 - Wembley
 
Game 414: England 2-0 Spain
Friendly
24 May 1967 - Wembley
 
Game 415: Austria 0-1 England
Friendly
May 27 1967 - Vienna
 
Game 416: Wales 0-3 England
Home International Championship/ European Nations Qualifier 
21 October 1967 - Ninian Park, Cardiff
 
Game 417: England 2-0 Northern Ireland
Home International Championship/ European Nations Qualifier
22 November 1967, Wembley
 
Game 418: England 2-2 USSR
Friendly
6 December 1967  - Wembley
 
Game 419: Scotland 1-1 England
Home International Championship / European Nations Qualifier
24 February 1968 - Hampden Park, Glasgow 
 
Game 420: England 1-0 Spain
European Nations Cup quarter final first Leg
3 April 1968 - Wembley

Game 421: Spain 1-2 England   
European Nations Cup quarter final second leg
8 May 1968 - Madrid
England qualified for semi-finals 3-1 on aggregate
 
Game 422: England 3-1 Sweden
Friendly
22 May 1968 - Wembley
 
Game 423: West Germany 1-0 England
Friendly
1 June 1968, Hannover
 
Game 424: Yugoslavia 1-0 England
European Nations Cup
Semi-final
Alan Mullery became the first full international England player to be sent off when he was dismissed in the European Nations` Cup semi-final loss to Yugoslavia, 1-0, in Florence on 5 June 1968.
 
Game 425: England 2-0 USSR
European Nations Cup 3rd/4th play-off
8 June 1968 - Rome
 
Game 426: Romania 0-0 England
Friendly
6 November 1968 - Bucharest
 
Game 427: England 1-1 Bulgaria
Friendly
11 December 1968 - Wembley
 
Game 428: England 1-1 Romania
Friendly
15 January 1969 - Wembley
 
Game 429: England 5-0 France
Friendly
12 March 1969 - Wembley
 
Game 430: Northern Ireland 1-3 England
Home International Championship
3 May 1969 - Windsor Park, Belfast
 
Game 431: England 2-1 Wales
Home International Championship
7 May 1969 - Wembley
 
Game 432: England 4-1 Scotland
Home International Championship
10 May 1969 - Wembley
 
Game 433: Mexico 0-0 England
Friendly
1 June 1969 - Mexico City
 
Game 434: Uruguay 1-2 England
Friendly
8 June 1969 - Montevideo
 
Game 435: Brazil 2-1 England
Friendly
12 June 1969 - Rio
 
Game 436: Netherlands 0-1 England
Friendly
5 November 1969 - Amsterdam
 
Game 437: England 1-0 Portugal
Friendly
10 December 1969 - Wembley
 
Game 438: England 0-0 Netherlands
Friendly
14 January 1970 - Wembley
 
Game 439: Belgium 1-3 England
Friendly
25 February 1970 - Brussels
 
Game 440: Wales 1-1 England
Home International Championship
18 April 1970 - Ninian Park, Cardiff
 
Game 441: England 3-1 Northern Ireland
Home International Championship
Bobby Charlton became only the second England centurion when he won his 100th cap against Northern Ireland on 21 April 1970, at Wembley. He scored in the 3-1 victory.
 
Game 442: Scotland 0-0 England
Home International Championship
25 April 1970 - Hampden Park, Glasgow
 
Game 443: Colombia 0-4 England
Friendly
20 May 1970 - Bogota
 
Game 444: Ecuador 0-2 England
Friendly
24 May 1970 - Quito

 

Game 445: Romania 0-1 England
World Cup - Mexico 1970
2 June 1970 - Guadalajara

 

 

Game 446: Brazil 1-0 England
World Cup - Mexico 1970
7 June 1970 - Guadalajara
 
Game 447: Czechoslovakia 0-1 England
World Cup - Mexico 1970
11 June 1970 - Guadalajara
 
Game 448: West Germany 3-2 England
World Cup - Mexico 1970
Quarter final
14 June 1970 - Leon
 
Game 449: England 3-1 East Germany
Friendly
25 November 1970 - Wembley
 
Game 450: Malta 0-1 England
European Championship Qualifier
When England won 1-0 away to Malta on 3 February 1971 in a European Championship qualifier they set new milestones. England had NO goal-kicks, Malta won NO corners and in the entire game, Gordon Banks touched the ball four times - all back passes.
 
Game 451: England 3-0 Greece
European Championship Qualifier
21 April 1971 - Wembley
 
Game 452: England 5-0 Malta
European Championship Qualifier
12 May 1971 - Wembley
 
Game 453: Northern Ireland 0-1 England
Home International Championship
15 May 1971 - Windsor Park, Belfast
 
Game 454: England 0-0 Wales
Home International Championship
19 May 1971 - Wembley
 
Game 455: England 3-1 Scotland
Home International Championship
22 May 1971 - Wembley
 
Game 456: Switzerland 2-3 England
European Championship Qualifier
13 October 1971 v Switzerland - Basle
 
Game 457: England 1-1 Switzerland
European Championship Qualifier
10 November 1971 - Wembley
 
Game 458: Greece 0-2 England
European Championship Qualifier
1 December 1971 - Piraeus
 
Game 459: England 1-3 West Germany
European Championship Qualifier
29 April 1972 - Wembley
 
Game 460: West Germany 0-0 England
European Championship Qualifier
13 May 1972 - Berlin
 
Game 461: Wales 0-3 England
Home International Qualifier
20 May 1972 - Ninian Park, Cardiff
 
Game 462: England 1-0 Northern Ireland
Home International Championship
23 May 1972 - Wembley
 
Game 463: Scotland 0-1 England
Home International Championship
27 May 1972 - Hampden Park, Glasgow
 
Game 464: England 1-1 Yugoslavia
Friendly
11 October 1972 - Wembley
 
Game 465: Wales 0-1 England
World Cup Qualifier
15 November 1972 - Ninian Park, Cardiff
 
Game 466: England 1-1 Wales
World Cup Qualifier
24 January 1973 - Wembley
 
Game 467: Scotland 0-5 England
Friendly - Scottish FA Centenary anniversary match
Bobby Moore became the third England centurion with his 100th appearance, a 5-0 friendly win away to Scotland on 14 February 1973.
 
Game 468: England 2-1 Northern Ireland
Home International Championship
12 May 1973 - Goodison Park, Liverpool
 
Game 469: England 3-0 Wales
Home International Championship
15 May 1973 - Wembley
 
Game 470: England 1-0 Scotland
Home International Championship
19 May 1973 - Wembley
 
Game 471: Czechoslovakia 1-1 England
Friendly
27 May 1973 - Prague
 
Game 472: Poland 2-0 England
World Cup Qualifier
6 June 1973 - Katowicka, Chorzow
 
Game 473: USSR 1-2 England
Friendly
10 June 1973 - Moscow
 
Game 474: Italy 2-0 England
Friendly - Italian FA 75th anniversary match
14 June 1973 - Turin
 
Game 475: England 7-0 Austria
Friendly
26 September 1973 - Wembley
 
Game 476: England 1-1 Poland
World Cup Qualifier
17 October 1973 - Wembley
 
Game 477: England 0-1 Italy
Friendly
14 November 1973 - Wembley
 
Game 478: Portugal 0-0 England
Friendly
3 April 1974 - Lisbon
 
Game 479: Wales 0-2 England
Home International Championship
11 May 1974 - Ninian Park, Cardiff
 
Game 480: England 1-0 Northern Ireland
Home International Championship
15 May 1974 - Wembley
 
Game 481: Scotland 2-0 England
Home International Championship
18 May 1974 - Hampden Park, Glasgow
 
Game 482: England 2-2 Argentina
Friendly
22 May 1974 - Wembley
 
Game 483: East Germany 1-1 England
Friendly
29 May 1974 - Leipzig
 
Game 484: Bulgaria 0-1 England
Friendly
1 June 1974 - Sofia
 
Game 485: Yugoslavia 2-2 England
Friendly
5 June 1974 - Belgrade
 
Game 486: Czechoslovakia 3-0 England
European Championship Qualifier
30 October 1974 - Wembley
 
Game 487: England 0-0 Portugal
European Championship Qualifier
20 November 1974 - Wembley
 
Game 488: England 2-0 West Germany
Friendly
The 100th England international at Wembley took place on 12 March 1975. West Germany were beaten 2-0, thanks to goals from Colin Bell and Malcolm Macdonald.
 
Game 489: England 5-0 Cyprus
European Championship Qualifier
Malcolm Macdonald  became the first player to score five goals for his country at Wembley, when he netted all the goals in England`s win over Cyprus on 16 April 1975.
 
Game 490: Cyprus 0-1 England
European Championship Qualifier
11 May 1975 - Limassol
 
Game 491: Northern Ireland 0-0 England
Home International Championship
17 May 1975 - Windsor Park, Belfast
 
Game 492: England 2-2 Wales
Home International Championship
21 May 1975 - Wembley
 
Game 493: England 5-1 Scotland
Home International Championship
24 May 1975 - Wembley
 
Game 494: Switzerland 1-2 England
Friendly
3 September 1975 - Basle
 
Game 495: Czechoslovakia 2-1 England
European Championship Qualifier
30 October 1975 - Bratislava
 
Game 496: Portugal 1-1 England
European Championship Qualifier
19 November 1975 - Lisbon
 
Game 497: Wales 1-2 England
Friendly - Welsh FA Centenary celebration match
24 March 1976 - Racecourse Ground, Wrexham
 
Game 498: Wales 0-1 England
Home International Championship
8 May 1976 - Ninian Park, Cardiff
 
Game 499: England 4-0 Northern Ireland
Home International Championship
11 May 1976 - Wembley
 
Game 500: Scotland 2-1 England
Home International Championship
15 May 1976 - Hampden Park, Glasgow

Game 301: England 4-1 Spain
Friendly
30 November 1955 - Wembley 

Game 302: Scotland 1-1 England
Home International Championship
14 April 1956 - Hampden Park, Glasgow
 
Game 303: England 4-2 Brazil
Friendly
9 May 1956 - Wembley
 
Game 304: Sweden 0-0 England
Friendly
16 May 1956 - Stockholm
 
Game 305: Finland 1-5 England
Friendly
20 May 1956 - Helsinki
 
Game 306: West Germany 1-3 England
Friendly
26 May 1956 - Berlin
 
Game 307: Northern Ireland 1-1 England
Home International Championship
6 October 1956 - Windsor Park
 
Game 308: England 3-1 Wales
Home International Championship
14 November 1956 - Wembley
 
Game 309: England 3-0 Yugoslavia
Friendly
28 November 1956 - Wembley
 
Game 310: England 5-2 Denmark
World Cup Qualifier
5 December 1956 - Molineux, Wolverhampton
 
Game 311: England 2-1 Scotland
Home International Championship
6 April 1957 - Wembley
 
Game 312: England 5-1 Republic of Ireland
World Cup Qualifier
8 May 1957 - Wembley
 
Game 313: Denmark 1-4 England
World Cup Qualifier
15 May 1957 - Copenhagen
 
Game 314: Republic of Ireland 1-1 England
World Cup Qualifier
19 May 1957 - Dalymount Park, Dublin 
 
Game 315: Wales 0-4 England
Home International Championship
19 October 1957 - Ninian Park, Cardiff
 
Game 316: England 2-3 Northern Ireland
Home International Championship
6 November 1957 - Wembley
 
Game 317: England 4-0 France
Friendly
27 November 1957 - Wembley
 
Game 318: Scotland 0-4 England
Home International Championship
19 April 1958 saw Bobby Charlton make a scoring debut in England`s win over Scotland at Hampden Park, Glasgow.
 
Game 319: England 2-1 Portugal
Friendly
7 May 1958 - Wembley

Game 320: Yugoslavia 5-0 England
Friendly
11 May 1958 - Belgrade
 
Game 321: USSR 1-1 England
Friendly
18 May 1958 - Moscow
 
Game 322: USSR 2-2 England
World Cup - Sweden 1958
8 June 1958 - Gothenburg
 
Game 323: Brazil 0-0 England
World Cup - Sweden 1958
11 June 1958 - Gothenburg
 
Game 324: Austria 2-2 England
World Cup - Sweden 1958
15 June 1958 - Boras
 
Game 325: USSR 1-0 England
World Cup - Sweden 1958
Play-off
17 June 1958 - Gothenburg
 
Game 326: Northern Ireland 3-3 England
Home International Championship
4 October 1958 - Windsor Park, Belfast

Game 327: England 5-0 USSR
Friendly
22 October 1958 - Wembley
 
Game 328: England 2-2 Wales
Home International Championship
26 November 1958 - Villa Park, Birmingham
 
Game 329: England 1-0 Scotland
Home International Championship
Billy Wright became the first footballer in history to reach a century of caps when he made his 100th England appearance on 11 April 1959 in the 1-0 Wembley win over Scotland.
 
Game 330: England 2-2 Italy
Friendly
6 May 1959 - Wembley
 
Game 331: Brazil 2-0 England
Friendly
13 May 1959 - Rio de Janeiro
 
Game 332: Peru 4-1 England
Friendly
17 May 1959 - Lima
 
Game 333: Mexico 2-1 England
Friendly
24 May 1959 - Mexico City
 
Game 334: USA 1-8 England
Friendly
Billy Wright ended his international career, on 28 May 1959 with yet more records. When England won 8-1 in Los Angeles, helped by Bobby Charlton`s first international hat-trick, it was Wright`s 105th cap, his 90th as captain and the end of a record run of 70 consecutive internationals.
 
Game 335: Wales 1-1 England
Home International Championship
17 October 1959 - Ninian Park, Cardiff
 
Game 336: England 2-3 Sweden
Friendly
28 October 1959 - Wembley
 
Game 337: England 2-1 Northern Ireland
Home International Championship
18 November 1959 - Wembley
 
Game 338: Scotland 1-1 England
Home International Championship
9 April 1960 - Hampden Park, Glasgow
 
Game 339: England 3-3 Yugoslavia
Friendly
11 May 1960 - Wembley
 
Game 340: Spain 3-0 England
Friendly
15 May 1960 - Madrid

Game 341: Hungary 2-0 England
Friendly
22 May 1960 - Budapest
 
Game 342: Northern Ireland 2-5 England
Home International Championship
8 October 1960 - Windsor Park, Belfast
 
Game 343: Luxembourg 0-9 England
World Cup Qualifier
19 October 1960 - Luxembourg

Game 344: England 4-2 Spain
Friendly
26 October 1960 - Wembley
 
Game 345: England 5-1 Wales
Home International Championship
England`s 1,000 international goal was scored in the second minute of the 5-1 win over Wales, at Wembley on 23 November 1960 by Jimmy Greaves.
 
Game 346: England 9-3 Scotland
Home International Championship
15 April 1961 - Wembley
 
Game 347: England 8-0 Mexico
Friendly
10 May 1961 - Wembley
 
Game 348: Portugal 1-1 England
World Cup Qualifier
21 May 1961 - Lisbon

Game 349: Italy 2-3 England
Friendly
24 May 1961 - Rome

 

 
Game 350: Austria 3-1 England
Friendly
27 May 1961 - Vienna
 
Game 351: England 4-1 Luxembourg
World Cup Qualifier
28 September 1961 - Highbury, London
 
Game 352: Wales 1-1 England
Home International Championship
14 October 1961 - Ninian Park, Cardiff
 
 
Game 353: England 2-0 Portugal
World Cup Qualifier
25 October 1961 - Wembley
 
Game 354: England 1-1 Northern Ireland
Home International Championship
22 November 1961 - Wembley
 
Game 355: England 3-1 Austria
Friendly
4 April 1962 - Wembley
 
Game 356: Scotland 2-0 England
Home International Championship
14 April 1962 - Hampden Park, Glasgow
 
Game 357: England 3-1 Switzerland
Friendly
9 May 1962 - Wembley
 
Game 358: Peru 0-4 England
Friendly
On 20 May 1962, Bobby Moore made his England debut in Lima, with England beating Peru 4-0.
 
Game 359: Hungary 2-1 England
World Cup - Chile 1962
31 May 1962 - Rancagua
 
Game 360: Argentina 1-3 England
World Cup - Chile 1962
2 June 1962 - Rancangua
 
Game 361: Bulgaria 0-0 England
World Cup - Chile 1962
7 June 1962 - Rancangua
 
Game 362: Brazil 3-1 England
World Cup - Chile 1962
Quarter final
10 June 1962 - Vina del Mar
 
Game 363: England 1-1 France
European Nations Cup Qualifier
3 October 1962 - Hillsborough, Sheffield
 
Game 364: Northern Ireland 1-3 England
Home International Championship
20 October 1962, Windsor Park, Belfast 
 
Game 365: England 4-0 Wales
Home International Championship
21 November 1962 - Wembley
 
Game 366: France 5-2 England
European Nations Cup Qualifier
27 February 1963 - Paris
 
Game 367: England 1-2 Scotland
Home International Championship
6 April 1963 - Wembley
 
Game 368: England 1-1 Brazil
Friendly - FA Centenary celebration match
8 May 1963 - Wembley
 
Game 369: Czechoslovakia 2-4 England
Friendly 
29 May 1963 - Bratislava
 
Game 370: GDR (East Germany) 1-2 England
Friendly 
2 June 1963 - Leipzig
 
Game 371: Switzerland 1-8 England
Friendly 
5 June 1963 - Basle
 
Game 372: Wales 0-4 England
Home International Championship
12 October 1963 - Ninian Park, Cardiff
 
Game 373: England 2-1 Rest of the World
Friendly - FA Centenary celebration match
23 October 1963 - Wembley
 
 
Game 374: England 8-3 Northern Ireland
Home International Championship
The first evening international played under floodlights was England`s 8-3 win over Northern Ireland at Wembley on 20 November 1963.
 
Game 375: Scotland 1-0 England
Home International Championship
11 April 1964 - Hampden Park, Glasgow
 
Game 376: England 2-1 Uruguay
Friendly 
6 May 1964 - Wembley
 
Game 377: Portugal 3-4 England
Friendly  - Portuguese FA 50th anniversary match 
17 May 1964 - Lisbon
 
Game 378: Republic of Ireland 1-3 England
Friendly 
24 May 1964 - Dalymount Park, Dublin
 
Game 379: USA 0-10 England
Friendly 
27 May 1964 - New York

Game 380: Brazil 5-1 England
Brazilian Jubilee Tournament
30 May 1964 - Rio
 
Game 381: Portugal 1-1 England
Brazilian Jubilee Tournament
4 June 1964 - Sao Paulo
 
Game 382: Argentina 1-0 England
Brazilian Jubilee Tournament
6 June 1964 - Rio
 
Game 383: Northern Ireland 3-4 England
Home International Championship
3 October 1964 - Windsor Park, Belfast
 
Game 384: England 2-2 Belgium
Friendly
21 October 1964 - Wembley
 
Game 385: England 2-1 Wales
Home International Championship
18 November 1964 - Wembley
 
Game 386: Netherlands 1-1 England
Friendly - Dutch FA 75th anniversary celebration match
9 December 1964 - Amsterdam
 
Game 387: England 2-2 Scotland
Home International Championship
The 2-2 draw at Wembley on 10 April 1965 saw Bobby and Jack Charlton in the same England team. It was the first time a pair of brothers played for England since Fred and Frank Forman in 1899.
 
Game 388: England 1-0 Hungary
Friendly
5 May 1965 - Wembley
 
Game 389: England 1-1 Yugoslavia
Friendly
9 May 1965 - Wembley
 
Game 390: West Germany 0-1 England
Friendly
12 May 1965 - Nuremberg 
 
Game 391: Sweden 1-2 England
Friendly
16 May 1965 - Gothenburg
 
Game 392: Wales 0-0 England
Home International Championship
2 October 1965 - Ninian Park, Cardiff
 
Game 393: England 2-3 Austria
Friendly
20 October 1965 - Wembley
 
 
Game 394: England 2-1 Northern Ireland
Home International Championship
10 November 1965 - Wembley
 
Game 395: Spain 0-2 England
Friendly
When Norman 'Bite Yer Legs' Hunter came on for Joe Baker in the 2-0 friendly win in Madrid on 8 December 1965, he became the first England player to win a first cap as a substitute.
 
Game 396: England 1-1 Poland
Friendly
5 January 1966 - Goodison Park
 
Game 397: England 1-0 West Germany
Friendly
23 February 1966 - Wembley
 
Game 398: Scotland 3-4 England
Home International Championship
2 April 1966 - Hampden Park, Glasgow
 
Game 399: England 2-0 Yugoslavia
Friendly
4 May 1966 - Wembley
 
Game 400: Finland 0-3 England
Friendly
26 June 1966  - Helsinki

Game 201: England 1-2 Wales
Home International Championship
5 February 1936 - Molineux, Wolverhampton 

Game 202: England 1-1 Scotland
Home International Championship
4 April 1936 - Wembley
 
Game 203: Austria 2-1 England
Friendly
6 May 1936 - Vienna
 
Game 204: Belgium 3-2 England
Friendly
9 May 1936 - Brussels
 
Game 205: Wales 2-1 England
Home International Championship
17 October 1936 - Ninian Park, Cardiff
 
Game 206: England 3-1 Ireland
Home International Championship
18 November 1936 - Victoria Ground, Stoke
 
Game 207: England 6-2 Hungary
Friendly
2 December 1936 - Highbury, London
 
Game 208: Scotland 3-1 England
The highest Home International Championship match attendance was set on 17 April 1937 when 149,547 witnessed Scotland`s victory at Hampden Park
 
Game 209: Norway 0-6 England
Friendly
14 May 1937 - Oslo
 
Game 210: Sweden 0-4 England
Friendly
17 May 1937 - Stockholm
 
Game 211: Finland 0-8 England
Friendly
20 May 1937 - Helsinki
 
Game 212: Ireland 1-5 England
Home International Championship
23 October 1937 - Windsor Park, Belfast
 
Game 213: England 2-1 Wales
Home International Championship
17 November 1937 - Ayresome Park, Middlesbrough
 
Game 214: England 5-4 Czechoslovakia
Friendly
1 December 1937 - White Hart Lane, London 
 
Game 215: England 0-1 Scotland
Home International Championship
9 April 1938 - Wembley
 
Game 216: Germany 3-6 England
Friendly
14 May 1938 - Berlin
 
Game 217: Switzerland 2-1 England
Friendly
21 May 1938 - Zurich
 
Game 218: France 2-4 England
Friendly
26 May 1938 - Paris
 
Game 219: Wales 4-2 England
Home International Championship
22 October 1938 - Ninian Park, Cardiff
 
Game 220: England 3-0 Rest of Europe
Friendly - FA 75th anniversary celebration match
26 October 1938 - Highbury, London
 
Game 221: England 4-0 Norway
Friendly
9 November 1938 - St James` Park, Newcastle
 
Game 222: England 7-0 Ireland
Home International Championship
The fastest ever England hat-trick was scored by Willie Hall, against Ireland, on 16 November 1938, at Old Trafford, Manchester. It took him just 3.5 minutes to get three of England`s total in the 7-0 victory, between the 34th and 38th minute.
 
Game 223: Scotland 1-2 England
Home International Championship
15 April 1939 - Hampden Park, Glasgow
 
Game 224: Italy 2-2 England
Friendly
13 May 1939 - Milan
 
Game 225: Yugoslavia 2-1 England
Friendly
18 May 1939 - Belgrade
 
* Game 226: Romania 0-2 England
Friendly
24 May 1939 - Bucharest
 
* England`s final international before World War II
 
Game 227:  Northern Ireland 2-7 England
Home International Championship
28 September 1946 - Windsor Park, Belfast 
 
Game 228: Republic of Ireland 0-1 England
Friendly
The first ever international between England and the Republic of Ireland, on 30 September 1946, took place at Dalymount Park, Dublin and was settled by a single Tom Finney goal.
 
Game 229: England 3-0 Wales
Home International Championship
13 November 1946 - Maine Road, Manchester
 
Game 230: England 8-2 Netherlands
Friendly
27 November 1946 - Leeds Road, Huddersfield
 
Game 231: England 1-1 Scotland
Home International Championship
12 April 1947 - Wembley
 
Game 232: England 3-0 France
Friendly
3 May 1947 - Highbury, London
 
Game 233: Switzerland 1-0 England
Friendly
18 May 1947 - Zurich
 
Game 234: Portugal 0-10 England
Friendly
25 May 1947 - Lisbon
 
Game 235: Belgium 2-5 England
Friendly - Belgian FA Golden Jubilee
21 September 1947  - Brussels
 
Game 236: Wales 0-3 England
Home International Championship
18 October 1947 - Ninian Park, Cardiff
 
 
Game 237: England 2-2 Northern Ireland
Home International Championship
5 November 1947 - Goodison Park, Liverpool 
 
Game 238: England 4-2 Sweden
Friendly
19 November 1947 - Highbury
 
Game 239: Scotland 0-2 England
Home International Championship
10 April 1948 - Hampden Park, Glasgow
 
Game 240: Italy 0-4 England
Friendly
16 May 1948 - Turin
 
Game 241: Denmark 0-0 England
Friendly
26 September 1948 - Copenhagen
 
Game 242: Northern Ireland 2-6 England
Home International Championship
On 9 October 1948, Billy Wright captained England for the first time, in the win over Northern Ireland in Belfast.
 
Game 243: England 1-0 Wales
Home International Championship
10 November 1948 - Villa Park, Birmingham
 
Game 244: England 6-0 Switzerland
Friendly
2 December 1948 - Highbury, London
 
Game 245: England 1-3 Scotland
Home International Championship
9 April 1949 - Wembley
 
Game 246: Sweden 3-1 England
Friendly
13 May  1949 - Stockholm
 
Game 247: Norway 1-4 England
Friendly
18 May 1949 - Oslo
 
Game 248: France 1-3 England
Friendly
22 May 1949 - Paris
 
Game 249: England 0-2 Republic of Ireland
Friendly
21 September 1949  - Goodison Park, Liverpool
 
Game 250: Wales 1-4 England
Home International Championship/ World Cup Qualifier
15 October 1949 - Ninian Park, Cardiff
 
Game 251: England 9-2 Northern Ireland
Home International Championship/ World Cup Qualifier
16 November 1949 - Maine Road, Manchester
 
Game 252: England 2-0 Italy
Friendly
30 November 1949 - White Hart Lane, London
 
Game 253: Scotland 0-1 England
Home International Championship/ World Cup Qualifier
15 April 1950 - Hampden Park, Glasgow
 
Game 254: Portugal 3-5 England
Friendly
14 May 1950 - Lisbon
 
Game 255: Belgium 1-4 England
Friendly
Jimmy Mullen became England`s first substitute in an international for which caps were awarded. He replaced Jackie Milburn and then became the first sub to score when he netted in the 4-1 win away to Belgium, in Brussels, 18 May 1950.
 
 
Game 256: Chile 0-2 England
World Cup - Brazil 1950
It was also 1950 when Stan Mortensen scored England`s first goal at a World Cup Final tournament, when he scored the first in the 2-0 victory over Chile on 25 June in Rio de Janeiro. 
 
Game 257: USA 1-0 England
World Cup - Brazil 1950
29 June 1950 - Bela Horizonte
 
Game 258: Spain1-0 England
World Cup - Brazil 1950
2 July 1950 - Rio de Janeiro
 
Game 259: Northern Ireland 1-4 England
Home International Championship
7 October 1950 - Windsor Park, Belfast
 
Game 260: England 4-2 Wales
Home International Championship
15 November 11950 - Roker Park, Sunderland
 
Game 261: England 2-2 Yugoslavia
Friendly
22 November 1950 - Highbury, London
 
Game 262: England 2-3 Scotland
Home International Championship
14 April 1951 - Wembley
 
Game 263: England 2-1 Argentina
Friendly
9 May 1951 - Wembley
 
Game 264: England 5-2 Portugal
Friendly
On 19 May 1951, Bill Nicholson scored his first England goal after just 19 seconds of his debut in the 5-2 Wembley win over Portugal at Goodison Park. It was his only international goal and his only England appearance.
 
Game 265: England 2-2 France
Friendly
3 October 1951 - Highbury, London
 
Game 266: Wales 1-1 England
Home International Championship
20 October 1951 - Ninian Park, Cardiff
 
Game 267: England 2-0 Northern Ireland
Home International Championship
14 November 1951 - Villa Park, Birmingham 
 
Game 268: England 2-2 Austria
Friendly
28 November 1951 -Wembley
 
Game 269: Scotland 1-2 England
Home International Championship
5 April 1952 - Hampden Park, Glasgow
 
Game 270: Italy 1-1 England
Friendly
18 May 1952 - Florence
 
Game 271: Austria 2-3 England
Friendly
25 May 1952 - Vienna
 
Game 272: Switzerland 0-3 England
Friendly
28 May 1952 - Zurich
 
Game 273: Northern Ireland 2-2 England
Home International Championship
4 October 1952 - Windsor Park, Belfast
 
Game 274: England 5-2 Wales
Home International Championship
12 November 1952 - Wembley
 
Game 275: England 5-0 Belgium
Friendly
26 November 1952 - Wembley
 
Game 276: England 2-2 Scotland
Home International Championship
18 April 1953 - Wembley
 
Game 277: Argentina v England
Friendly
17 May 1953 - Buenos Aires
* Match abandoned due to waterlogged pitch after 36 minutes with score at 0-0.
 
Game 278: Chile 1-2 England
Friendly
24 May 1953 - Santiago           
 
Game 279: Uruguay 2-1 England
Friendly
31 May 1953 - Montevideo
 
Game 280: USA 3-6 England
Friendly
8 June 1953 - New York
 
 
Game281: Wales 1-4 England
Home International Championship
All five goals in England`s 4-1 Home International victory over Wales at Ninian Park were headers on 10 October 1953.
 
Game 282: England 4-4 Rest of Europe
Friendly - FA 90th anniversary celebration match
21 October 1953 - Wembley
 
Game 283: England 3-1 Northern Ireland
Home International Championship
11 November 1953 - Goodison Park, Liverpool
 
Game 284: England 3-6 Hungary
Friendly 
The blackest day in English international history so far came on 25 November 1953 at Wembley, with a result against the 'Magical Magyars' that produced a radical change in approach for club and international football in England from there on in.
 
Game 285: Scotland 2-4 England
Home International Championship / World Cup Qualifier
3 April 1954 - Hampden Park, Glasgow
 
 
Game 286: Yugoslavia 1-0 England
Friendly
16 May 1954 - Belgrade
 
Game 287: Hungary 7-1 England
Friendly
23 May 1954 - Budapest
 
Game 288: Belgium 4-4 England (AET, 3-3 after 90 minutes)
World Cup - Switzerland 1954
17 June 1954 - Basle
 
Game 289: Switzerland 0-2 England
World Cup - Switzerland 1954
20 June 1954 - Berne
 
Game 290: Uruguay 4-2 England
World Cup - Switzerland 1954
Quarter-Final
26 June 1954 - Basle
 
Game 291:  Northern Ireland 0-2 England
Home International Championship
2 October 1954 - Windsor Park, Belfast
 
Game 292: England 3-2 Wales
Home International Championship
10 November 1954 - Wembley
 
Game 293: England 3-1 West Germany
Friendly
1 December 1954 - WembleyW 3-1
 
 
Game 294: England 7-2 Scotland
Home International Championship
At 18 years and 183 days, Duncan Edwards became the youngest debutant since the Second World War when he played in England`s 7-2 Wembley win over Scotland on 2 April 1955.
 
Game 295: France 1-0 England
Friendly
15 May 1955 - Paris
 
Game 296: Spain 1-1 England
Friendly
18 May 1955 - Madrid
 
Game 297: Portugal 3-1 England
Friendly
22 May 1955 - Oporto
 
Game 298: Denmark 1-5 England
Friendly
2 October 1955 - Copenhagen
 
Game 299: Wales 2-1 England
Home International Championship
22 October 1955 - Ninian Park, Cardiff
 
Game 300: England 3-0 Northern Ireland
Home International Championship
2 November 1955 - Wembley

Game 101: England 2-0 Scotland
Home International Championship
3 April 1909 - Crystal Palace, London
 
Game 102: Hungary 2-4 England
Friendly
29 May 1909 - Budapest
 
Game 103: Hungary 2-8 England
Friendly
31 May 1909 - Budapest
 
Game 104: Austria 1-8 England
Friendly
1 June 1909 - Vienna
 
Game 105: Ireland 1-1 England
Home International Championship
12 February 1910 - Solitude Stadium, Belfast
 
Game 106: Wales 0-1 England
Home International Championship
14 March 1910 - Arms Park
 
Game 107: Scotland 2-0 England
Home International Championship
2 April 1910 - Hampden Park, Glasgow
 
Game 108: England 2-1 Ireland
Home International Championship
11 February 1911 - Baseball Ground, Derby
 
Game 109: England 3-0 Wales
Home International Championship
13 March 1911 - The Den, London
 
Game 110: England 1-1 Scotland
Home International Championship
1 April 1911 - Goodison Park, Liverpool
 
Game 111: Ireland 1-6 England
Home International Championship
10 February 1912 - Dalymount Park, Dublin
 
Game 112: Wales 0-2 England
Home International Championship
11 March 1912 - Racecourse Ground, Wrexham
 
Game 113: Scotland 1-1 England
Home International Championship
23 March 1912 - Hampden Park, Glasgow
 
Game 114: Ireland 2-1 England
Home International Championship
At the 32nd attempt Ireland finally beat England, 2-1 at Windsor Park, Belfast, on 15 February 1913.
 
Game 115: England 4-3 Wales
Home International Championship
17 March 1913 - Ashton Gate, Bristol
 
 
Game 116: England 1-0 Scotland
Home International Championship
5 April 1913 - Stamford Bridge, London

Game 117: England 0-3 Ireland
Home International Championship
14 February 1914 - Ayresome Park, Middlesbrough 
 
Game 118: Wales 0-2 England
Home International Championship
16 March 1914 - Ninian Park, Cardiff
 
Game 119: Scotland 3-1 England
Home International Championship
4 April 1914 - Hampden Park, Glasgow
*Last England international before World War 1
 
Game 120: Ireland 1-1 England
Home International Championship
25 October 1919 - Windsor Park, Belfast
 
Game 121: England 1-2 Wales
Home International Championship
15 March 1920 - Highbury, London
 
Game 122: England 5-4 Scotland
Home International Championship
10 April 1920 - Hillsborough, Sheffield
 
Game 123: England 2-0 Ireland
Home International Championship
23 October 1920 - Roker Park, Sunderland
 
Game 124: Wales 0-0 England
Home International Championship
14 March 1921 - Ninian Park, Cardiff
 
Game 125: Scotland 3-0 England
Home International Championship
9 April 1921 - Hampden Park, Glasgow
 
 
Game 126: Belgium 0-2 England
Friendly
21 May 1921 - Brussels
 
Game 127: Ireland 1-1 England
Home International Championship
22 October 1921 - Windsor Park, Belfast
 
Game 128: England 1-0 Wales
Home International Championship
13 March 1922 - Anfield, Liverpool
 
Game 129: England 0-1 Scotland
Home International Championship 
8 April 1922 - Villa Park, Birmingham
 
Game 130: England 2-0 Ireland
Home International Championship
21 October 1922 - The Hawthorns, West Bromwich   
 
Game 131: Wales 2-2 England
Home International Championship
5 March 1923 - Ninian Park, Cardiff
 
Game 132: England 6-1 Belgium
Friendly
19 March 1923 - Highbury
 
Game 133: Scotland 2-2 England
Home International Championship
14 April 1923 v Scotland - Hampden Park
 
Game 134: France 1-4 England
Friendly
10 May 1923 - Paris
 
Game 135: Sweden 2-4 England
Friendly
21 May 1923 - Stockholm
 
Game 136: Sweden 1-3 England
Friendly
24 May 1923 - Stockholm
 
Game 137: Ireland 2-1 England
Home International Championship
20 October 1923 - Windsor Park
 
Game 138: Belgium 2-2 England
Friendly
1 November 1923 - Antwerp
  
Game 139: England 1-2 Wales
Home International Championship
3 March 1924 - Ewood Park, Blackburn
 
Game 140: England 1-1 Scotland
Home International Championship
12 April 1924 - Empire Stadium, Wembley
 
Game 141: France 1-3 England
Friendly
17 May 1924 - Paris
 
Game 142: England 3-1 Ireland
Home International Championship
22 October 1924 - Goodison Park, Liverpool
 
Game 143: England 4-0  Belgium
Friendly
8 December 1924, The Hawthorns, West Bromwich 
 
Game 144: Wales 1-2 England
Home International Championship
28 February 1925 - Vetch Field, Swansea
 
Game 145: Scotland 2-0 England
Home International Championship
4 April 1925 - Hampden Park, Glasgow
 
Game 146: France 2-3 England
Friendly
21 May 1925 - Paris
 
Game 147: Ireland 0-0 England
Home International Championship
24 October 1925 - Windsor Park, Belfast
 
Game 148: England 1-3 Wales
Home International Championship
1 March 1926 - Selhurst Park, London
 
Game 149: England 0-1 Scotland
Home International Championship
17 April 1926 - Old Trafford, Manchester
 
Game 150: Belgium 3-5 England
Friendly
24 May 1926 - Antwerp
 
Game 151: England 3-3 Ireland
Home International Championship
20 October 1926 - Anfield, Liverpool
 
Game 152: Wales 3-3 England
Home International Championship
12 February 1927 - Racecourse Ground, Wrexham
 
Game 153: Scotland 1-2 England
Home International Championship
2 April 1927 - Hamdpen Park, Glasgow
 
Game 154: Belgium 1-9 England
Friendly
11 May 1927 - Brussels
 
Game 155: Luxembourg 2-5 England
Friendly
21 May 1927 - Luxembourg
 
Game 156: France 0-6 England
Friendly
26 May 1927 - Paris
 
Game 157: Ireland 2-0 England
Home International Championship
22 October 1927 - Windsor Park, Belfast
 
Game 158: England 1-2 Wales
Home International Championship
28 November 1927 - Turf Moor, Burnley
 
Game 159: England 1-5 Scotland
Home International Championship
31 March 1928 - Wembley
 
Game 160: France 1-5 England
Friendly
17 May 1928 - Paris
 
Game 161: Belgium 1-3 England
Friendly
19 May 1928 - Brussels
 
Game 162: England 2-1 Ireland
Home International Championship
22 October 1928 saw the shortest international career for any player starting an England game. West Ham defender Jim `Tiny` Barrett, who was a shade under 6 feet tall, was injured after just four minutes of the game at Goodison Park and had to be carried off. It was his only cap.
 
Game 163: Wales 2-3 England
Home International Championship
17 November 1928 - Vetch Field, Swansea
 
Game 164: Scotland 1-0 England
Home International Championship
13 April 1929 - Hampden Park, Glasgow
 
Game 165: France 1-4 England
Friendly
9 May 1929 - Paris
 
Game 166: Belgium 1-5 England
Friendly
11 May 1929 - Brussels
 
 
Game 167: Spain 4-3 England
Friendly
15 May 1929 - Madrid
 
Game 168: Ireland 0-3 England
Home International Championship
19 October 1929 - Windsor Park, Belfast
 
Game 169: England 6-0 Wales
Home International Championship
20 November 1929 - Stamford Bridge, London
 
Game 170: England 5-2 Scotland
Home International Championship
5 April 1930 - Wembley
 
Game 171: Germany 3-3 England
Friendly
10 May 1930 - Berlin
 
Game 172: Austria 0-0 England
Friendly
14 May 1930 - Vienna
 
Game 173: England 5-1 Ireland
Home International Championship
20 October 1930 - Bramall Lane, Sheffield
 
Game 174: Wales 0-4 England
Home International Championship
22 November 1930 - Racecourse Ground, Wrexham 
 
Game 175: Scotland 2-0 England
Home International Championship
28 March 1931 - Hampden Park, Glasgow
 
Game 176: France 5-2 England
Friendly
14 May 1931 - Paris
 
Game 177: Belgium 1-4 England
Friendly
16 May 1931 - Brussels
 
Game 178: Ireland 2-6 England
Home International Championship
17 October 1931 - Windsor Park, Belfast
 
Game 179: England 3-1 Wales
Home International Championship
18 November 1931 - Anfield, Liverpool
 
Game 180: England 7-1 Spain
Friendly
9 December 1931 - Highbury, London
 
Game 181: England 3-0 Scotland
Home International Championship
9 April 1932 - Wembley
 
Game 182: England 1-0 Ireland
Home International Championship
17 October 1932 - Bloomfield Road, Blackpool
 
Game 183: Wales 0-0 England
Home International Championship
16 November 1932 - Racecourse Ground
 
Game 184: England 4-3 Austria
Friendly
7 December 1932 - Stamford Bridge, London
 
Game 185: Scotland 2-1 England
Home International Championship
1 April 1933 - Hampden Park
 
Game 186: Italy 1-1 England
Friendly
13 May 1933 - Rome   
 
Game 187: Switzerland 0-4 England
Friendly
20 May 1933 - Berne
 
Game 188: Ireland 0-3 England
Home International Championship
14 October 1933 - Windsor Park, Belfast
 
Game 189: England 1-2 Wales
Home International Championship
15 November 1933 - St James` Park, Newcastle
 
Game 190: England 4-1 France
Friendly
6 December 1933 - White Hart Lane, London
 
Game 191: England 3-0 Scotland
Home International Championship
14 April 1934 - Wembley
 
Game 192: Hungary 2-1 England
Friendly
10 May 1934 - Budapest
 
Game 193: Czechoslovakia 2-1 England
Friendly
16 May 1934 - Prague
 
Game 194: Wales 0-4 England
Home International Championship
Stanley Matthews made a scoring debut when he played against Wales at Ninian Park, netting the third goal, in a 4-0 win on 29 September 1934.
 
Game 195: England 3-2 Italy
Friendly
When England beat reigning World Cup holders Italy at Highbury on 14 November 1934, there were seven Arsenal players in the team; Frank Moss, George Male, Eddie Hapgood, Wilf Copping, Ray Bowden, Ted Drake and Cliff Bastin.
 
Game 196: England 2-1 Ireland
Home International Championship
6 February 1935 - Goodison Park, Liverpool
 
Game 197: Scotland 2-0 England
Home International Championship
6 April 1935 - Hampden Park, Glasgow
 
Game 198: Netherlands 0-1 England
Friendly
18 May 1935 - Amsterdam
 
Game 199: Ireland 1-3 England
Home International Championship
19 October 1935 - Windsor Park, Belfast
 
Game 200: England 3-0 Germany
Friendly
4 December 1935 - White Hart Lane, London

Game 1: Scotland 0-0 England
International
The first ever international football fixture took place on 30 November 1872. The venue was Hamilton Crescent, Partick, Glasgow.

Game 2:England 4-2 Scotland
International
The scorer of the first international goal for England was the Right Honourable William Kenyon-Slaney. He eventually scored twice in the 4-2 win over Scotland, at Kennington Oval on 8 March 1873 thus becoming the first scorer of a brace for England. 

Game 3: Scotland 2-1 England  
International
7 March 1874 - Hamilton Cres, Partick 
 
Game 4: England 2-2 Scotland
International
In England`s fourth international on 6 March 1875, C W Alcock ( Charles William) became the first England captain to score a goal when England drew with Scotland at Kennington Oval. It was Alcock`s one and only cap.
 
Game 5: Scotland 3-0 England
International
4 March 1876 - Hamilton Cres, Partick 
 
Game 6: England 1-3 Scotland
International
4 March 1877 - Kennington Oval, London 
 
Game 7: Scotland 7-2 England
International
2 March 1878 - First Hampden, Glasgow
 
Game 8: England 2-1 Wales
International
England`s first international against Wales took place at Kennington Oval on 18 January 1879.
 
Game 9: England 5-4 Scotland
International
5 April 1879. At 17 years and 252 days, James Prinsep was the youngest England international. It was a record that stood until Wayne Rooney was first capped, in 2003, 124 years later. The match-deciding goal was the first time England benefited from an own-goal when Scotland goalkeeper Robert Parlane helped a Norman Bailey throw-in into his own net and 1879 was the first time England played two internationals in one calendar year.
 
Game 10: Scotland 5-4 England
International
13 March 1880 - First Hampden, Glasgow 
 
Game 11: Wales 2-3 England
International
15 March 1880 - Racecourse Ground, Wrexham
 
Game 12: England 0-1 Wales
International
26 February 1881 - Alexandra Meadows, Blackburn
 
Game 13: England 1-6 Scotland
International
12 March 1881 - Kennington Oval, London
 
Game 14: Ireland 0-13 England
International
England achieved a record scoreline, one that still stands, when they met Ireland for the first time on 18 February 1882 at Knock Ground, Belfast. The visitors scored 13 times without reply and the game also saw the first hat-trick, two in fact, in an England international. Howard Vaughton scored five times and Arthur `Digger` Brown netted four. Unfortunately, match reports are rare and so it is almost impossible to decide who has the distinction of being England`s first hat-trick hero. Vaughton scored in the third minute but times of the goals do not exist beyond, ironically, the 13th minute.
 
Game 15: Scotland 5-1 England
International
11 March 1882 - First Hampden, Glasgow
 
Game 16: Wales 5-3 England
International
13 March 1882 - Racecourse Ground, Wrexham
 
Game 17: England 5-0 Wales
International
3 February 1883 - Kennington Oval, London 
 
Game 18: England 7-0 Ireland
International
24 February 1883 - Aigburth CC, Liverpool
 
Game 19: England 2-3 Scotland
International
10 March 1883 - Bramall Lane, Sheffield
 
Game 20: Ireland 1-8 England
Home International Championship
In 1884, the Home International Championship was staged for the first time. England were the first champions beating Ireland 8-1, in Belfast on 23 February 1884
 
Game 21: Scotland 1-0 England
Home International Championship
15 March 1884 - First Cathkin, Glasgow
 
Game 22: Wales 0-4 England
Home International Championship 
17 March 1884 - Racecourse Ground, Wrexham
 
Game 23: England 4-0 Ireland
Home International Championship
28 February 1885 - Whalley Range, Manchester
 
Game 24: England 1-1 Wales 
Home International Championship
After 13 years and 23 games, England played out their first 1-1 draw when Wales were the visitors to Leamington Road, Blackburn on 14 March 1885.
 
Game 25: England 1-1 Scotland
Home International Championship
21 March 1885 - England hosted Scotland at Kennington Oval and history was made by James Forrest, the Blackburn half-back, as the first professional footballer to play for England. Scotland protested, regarding his status, and so Forrest had to play in a different jersey to the rest of the England players, to differentiate from them, amateurs all. At his club Forrest earned £1 a week. He got £1 playing for England so Blackburn didn`t pay him that week.
 
Game 26: Ireland 1-6 England
Home International Championship
13 March 1886 - Ballynafeigh Park, Belfast
 
Game 27: Scotland 1-1 England
Home International Championship
27 March 1886 - Second Hampden, Glasgow
 
Game 28: Wales 1-3 England
Home International Championship
29 March 1886 - Racecourse Ground, Wrexham
 
Game 29: England 7-0 Ireland
Home International Championship
5 February 1887 - Bramall Lane, Sheffield
 
Game 30: England 4-0 Wales
Home International Championship
26 February 1887 - Kennington Oval, London
 
Game 31: England 2-3 Scotland
Home International Championship
19 March 1887 - Leamington Road, Blackburn
 
Game 32: England 5-1 Wales
Home International Championship
On 4 February 1888, England beat Wales 5-1 at Nantwich Road, Crewe. George Woodhall scored England`s third goal. It was the 100th England international goal and took just 16 years and less than 32 games. 
 
Game 33: Scotland 0-5 England
Home International Championship
17 March 1888 - Hampden Park, Glasgow
 
Game 34: Ireland 1-5 England
Home International Championship
Tinsley Lindley set a new record for scoring in consecutive internationals. On 7 April 1888 he scored in the 5-1 win over Ireland at Ballynafeigh Park in Belfast, his sixth consecutive scoring game for England.
 
Game 35: England 4-1 Wales
Home International Championship
23 February 1889 - Victoria Ground, Stoke
 
Game 36: England 6-1 Ireland
Home International Championship
When England beat Ireland 6-1 at Anfield Road, Liverpool on 2 March 1889 skipper John Brodie, making his debut and captaining the side, scored his only international goal.
 
Game 37: England 2-3 Scotland
Home International Championship
13 April 1889 - Kennington Oval, London
 
Games 38 and 39: Wales 1-3 England & Ireland 1-9 England
Home International Championship
History was made in 1890 when England fielded two separate teams on the same day. It was 15 March when Wales were beaten 3-1 at The Racecourse, Wrexham while the other England side were winning 9-1 against Ireland in Belfast.
 
Game 40: Scotland 1-1 England
Home International Championship
5 April 1890 - Hampden Park, Glasgow
 
Game 41: England 6-1 Ireland
Home International Championship 
7 March 1891 - Molineux
 
Game 42: England 4-1 Wales
Home International Championship
7 March 1891 - Sunderland
 
Game 43: England 2-1 Scotland
Home International Championship
4 April 1891 - Ewood Park, Blackburn
* Disputed date - some sources state Saturday 4 April, others Monday 6 April
 
Game 44: Wales 0-2 England
Home International Championship
5 March 1892 - Racecourse Ground, Wrexham
 
Game 45: Ireland 0-2 England
Home International Championship
5 March 1892 - Solitude Stadium, Belfast
 
Game 46: Scotland 1-4 England
Home International Championship
2 April 1892 - Ibrox Park, Glasgow
 
Game 47: England 6-1 Ireland
Home International Championship
25 February 1893 - Perry Barr, Birmingham 
 
Game 48: England 6-0 Wales
Home International Championship
13 March 1893 - Victoria Ground, Stoke
 
Game 49: England 5-2 Scotland
Home International Championship
1 April 1893 - Richmond Athletic Ground, London  
 
Game 50: Ireland 2-2 England  
Home International Championship
On 3 March 1894 England reached the milestone of their 50th international but they could only draw 2-2 in Belfast against Ireland, at Solitude Stadium.
 
Game 51: Wales 1-5 England
Home International Championship
It was 12 March 1894 when, for the first time, and only time in history, England had all eleven players from the same club. It was for the 5-1 win over Wales, in Wrexham, that the entire England XI were from Corinthians FC
 
Game 52: Scotland 2-2 England
Home International Championship
7 April 1894 - Celtic Park, Glasgow
 
Game 53: England 9-0 Ireland
Home International Championship
The only true Romany ever to play for England, Rabbi Hawell, made a scoring debut for England in the 9-0 victory over Ireland at the Derby County Cricket Club on 9 March 1895.
 
Game 54: England 1-1 Wales
Home International Championship
18 March 1895 - Recreation Ground, Queen`s Club, London
 
Game 55: England 3-0 Scotland
Home International Championship
6 April 1895 - Goodison Park, Liverpool  
 
Game 56: Ireland 0-2 England
Home International Championship
7 March 1896 - Solitude Stadium, Belfast 
 
Game 57: Wales 1-9 England 
Home International Championship
Steve Bloomer scored England`s 200th goal with the first of the five he netted against Wales at the Arms Park, Cardiff on 16 March 1896. It was only 25 games since the national side scored their 100th goal.
 
Game 58: Scotland 2-1 England
Home International Championship
4 April 1896 - Celtic Park, Glasgow
 
Game 59: England 6-0 Ireland
Home International Championship
20 February 1897 - Trent Bridge, Nottingham   
 
Game 60: England 4-0 Wales
Home International Championship
29 March 1897 - Bramall Lane, Sheffield
 
Game 61: England 1-2 Scotland
Home International Championship
3 April 1897 - Crystal Palace, London
 
Game 62: Ireland 2-3 England
Home International Championship
5 March 1898 - Solitude Stadium, Belfast
 
Game 63: Wales 0-3 England
Home International Championship
28 March 1898 - Racecourse Ground, Wrexham
 
Game 64: Scotland 1-3 England
Home International Championship 
2 April 1898 - Celtic Park, Glasgow
 
Game 65: England 13-2 Ireland
Home International Championship
18 February 1899 - Roker Park, Sunderland
 
Game 66: England 4-0 Wales
Home International Championship
20 March 1899 - Ashton Gate, Bristol
 
Game 67: England 2-1 Scotland
Home International Championship
8 April 1899 - Villa Park, Birmingham
 
Game 68: Ireland 0-2 England
Home International Championship
17 March 1900 - Lansdowne Road, Dublin
 
Game 69: Wales 1-1 England
Home International Championship
26 March 1900 - Arms Park, Cardiff
 
Game 70: Scotland 4-1 England
Home International Championship
7 April 1900 - Celtic Park, Glasgow
 
Game 71: England 3-0 Ireland
Home International Championship
9 March 1901 - The Dell, Southampton
 
Game 72: England 6-0 Wales
Home International Championship
18 March 1901 - St James` Park, Newcastle
 
Game 73: England 2-2 Scotland
Home International Championship
30 March 1901 - Crystal Palace, London
 
Game 74: Wales 0-0 England
Home International Championship
3 March 1902 - Racecourse Ground, Wrexham
 
Game 75: Ireland 0-1 England
Home International Championship
22 March 1902 - Balmoral Showgrounds, Belfast
 
Game 76: England 2-2 Scotland
Home International Championship
3 May 1902 - Villa Park, Birmingham
 
Game 77: England 4-0 Ireland
Home International Championship
14 February 1903 - Molineux, Wolverhampton
 
Game 78: England 2-1 Wales
Home International Championship
2 March 1903 - Fratton Park, Portsmouth
 
Game 79: England 1-2 Scotland
Home International Championship
4 April 1903 - Bramall Lane, Sheffield
 
Game 80: Wales 2-2 England
Home International Championship
29 February 1904 - Racecourse Ground, Wrexham
 
Game 81: Ireland 1-3 England
Home International Championship
12 March 1904 - Solitude Stadium, Belfast
 
Game 82: Scotland 0-1 England
Home International Championship
9 April 1904 - Celtic Park, Glasgow
 
Game 83: England 1-1 Ireland
Home International Championship
25 February 1905 - Ayresome Park, Middlesbrough
 
Game 84: England 3-1 Wales
Home International Championship
27 March 1905 - Anfield, Liverpool
 
Game 85: England 1-0 Scotland
Home International Championship
1 April 1905 - Crystal Palace, London
 
Game 86: Ireland 0-5 England
Home International Championship
17 February 1906 - Solitude Stadium, Belfast
 
Game 87: Wales 0-1 England
Home International Championship
19 March 1906 - Arms Park, Cardiff
 
Game 88: Scotland 2-1 England
Home International Championship
The largest ever international attendance was recorded on 7 April 1906 when Scotland beat England at Hampden Park, Glasgow in front of 102,741 spectators.
 
Game 89: England 1-0 Ireland
Home International Championship
16 February 1907 - Goodison Park, Liverpool
 
Game 90: England 1-1 Wales
Home International Championship
18 March 1907 - Craven Cottage, Fulham, London
 
Game 91: England 1-1 Scotland
Home International Championship
6 Apri 1907 - St James` Park, Newcastle
 
Game 92: Ireland 1-3 England
Home International Championship
15 February 1908 - Solitude Stadium, Belfast
 
Game 93: Wales 1-7 England
Home International Championship
16 March 1908 - Racecourse Ground, Wrexham
 
Game 94: Scotland 1-1 England
Home International Championship
4 April 1908 - Hampden Park, Glasgow
 
Game 95: Austria 1-6 England
Friendly
On 6 June 1908, 36 years after playing Scotland in the very first international football match, England faced foreign opposition for the first time, on their first ever foreign tour, when they faced Austria in Vienna. England won 6-1.
 
Game 96: Austria 1-11 England
Friendly
8 June 1908 - Vienna
 
Game 97: Hungary 0-7 England
Friendly
10 June 1908 - Budapest
 
Game 98: Bohemia 0-4 England
Friendly
13 June 1908 - Prague
 
Game 99: England 4-0 Ireland
Home International Championship
13 February 1909 -  Bradford
 
Game 100: England 2-0 Wales
Home International Championship
England`s 100th international football match saw Wales beaten 2-0 at the City Ground, Nottingham on 15 March 1909.