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1970 to 1974

Date 14 Jan 1970
Venue Wembley, England
Competition Friendly
Fixture England 0 v 0 Holland [Head to Head]
England Scorers
Holland Scorers
England Team
Gordon Banks Stoke City
Keith Newton Everton
Terence Cooper Leeds United
Martin Peters West Ham United
John Charlton Leeds United
Norman Hunter Leeds United
Francis Lee Manchester City
Colin Bell Manchester City
Michael Jones Leeds United
Robert Charlton Manchester United
Ian Storey-Moore Nottingham Forest
Alan Mullery Tottenham Hotspur
Geoffrey Hurst West Ham United
Opposition Team Jan van Beveren,
Ruud Krol,
Wim van Hanegem,
Nico Rijnders,
Wim Jansen,
Hans Eijkenbroek,
Dick van Dijk,
Epi Drost,
Rinus Israel,
John Cruyff,
Piet Kiezer,
Subs: Wietze Veenstra for Wim van Hanegem (66 mins),
Arnold Muhren for Nico Rijnders (20 mins).
Attendance 75000
Referee Siebert [West Germany]

Date 25 Feb 1970
Venue Parc Astrid, Belgium
Competition Friendly
Fixture Belgium 1 v 3 England [Head to Head]
England Scorers Alan Ball [29 mins]
Geoffrey Hurst [55 mins]
Alan Ball [60 mins]
Belgium Scorers Jean Dockx [58 mins]
England Team
Gordon Banks Stoke City
Thomas Wright Everton
Terence Cooper Leeds United
Emlyn Hughes Liverpool
Brian Labone Everton
Robert Moore West Ham United
Francis Lee Manchester City
Alan Ball Everton
Peter Osgood Chelsea
Geoffrey Hurst West Ham United
Martin Peters West Ham United
Opposition Team Jean Trappeniers,
George Heylens,
Nicolas Dewalque,
Léon Jeck,
Jean Thissen,
Wilfried Van Moer,
Jean Dockx,
Odilon Polleunis,
Léon Semmeling,
Johan Devrindt,
Paul Van Himst,
Sub: Jan Verheyen for Odilon Polleunis.
Attendance 20594
Referee Savolainen [Italy]

Date 18 Apr 1970
Venue Ninian Park, Wales
Competition Home Championship , 1970
Fixture Wales 1 v 1 England [Head to Head]
England Scorers Francis Lee [71 mins]
Wales Scorers Richard Krywicki [40 mins]
England Team
Gordon Banks Stoke City
Thomas Wright Everton
Emlyn Hughes Liverpool
Alan Mullery Tottenham Hotspur
Brian Labone Everton
Robert Moore West Ham United
Francis Lee Manchester City
Alan Ball Everton
Robert Charlton Manchester United
Geoffrey Hurst West Ham United
Martin Peters Tottenham Hotspur
Opposition Team Tony Millington,
Peter Rodrigues,
Rod Thomas,
Terry Hennessey,
Mike England,
David Powell,
Richard Kyzywicki,
Alan Durban,
Ron Davies,
Graham Moore,
Ron Rees.
Attendance 50000
Referee Unknown []

Date 21 Apr 1970
Venue Wembley, England
Competition Home Championship , 1970
Fixture England 3 v 1 Northern Ireland [Head to Head]
England Scorers Martin Peters [6 mins]
Geoffrey Hurst [57 mins]
Robert Charlton [81 mins]
Northern Ireland Scorers George Best [50 mins]
England Team
Nortbert Stiles Manchester United
Gordon Banks Stoke City
Keith Newton Everton
Emlyn Hughes Liverpool
Alan Mullery Tottenham Hotspur
Robert Moore West Ham United
Ralph Coates Burnley
Brian Kidd Manchester United
Robert Charlton Manchester United
Geoffrey Hurst West Ham United
Martin Peters Tottenham Hotspur
Colin Bell Manchester City
Opposition Team Pat Jennings,
David Craig,
Dave Clements,
Liam O'Kane,
Terry Neill,
Jimmy Nicholson,
Eric McMordie,
George Best,
Derek Dougan,
A O'Doherty,
Robert Lutton,
Subs: Sammy Nelson for A O'Doherty,
and Jimmy Cowan for Robert Lutton.
Attendance 100000
Referee Viu [Spain]

Date 25 Apr 1970
Venue Hampden Park, Scotland
Competition Home Championship , 1970
Fixture Scotland 0 v 0 England [Head to Head]
England Scorers
Scotland Scorers
England Team
Gordon Banks Stoke City
Keith Newton Everton
Emlyn Hughes Liverpool
Nortbert Stiles Manchester United
Brian Labone Everton
Robert Moore West Ham United
Peter Thompson Liverpool
Alan Ball Everton
Jeffrey Astle West Bromwich Albion
Geoffrey Hurst West Ham United
Martin Peters Tottenham Hotspur
Alan Mullery Tottenham Hotspur
Opposition Team Jim Cruickshank,
Tommy Gemmell,
William Dickson,
John Greig,
Ronnie McKinnon,
Bobby Moncur,
Jimmy Johnstone,
David Hay,
Colin Stein,
John O'Hare,
Willie Carr,
Sub: Alan Gilzean for Bobby Moncor (82 mins).
Attendance 137438
Referee Gerd Schulenburg [West Germany]

Date 20 May 1970
Venue El Campin, Columbia
Competition Friendly
Fixture Colombia 0 v 4 England [Head to Head]
England Scorers Martin Peters [3 mins]
Martin Peters [38 mins]
Robert Charlton [55 mins]
Alan Ball [83 mins]
Colombia Scorers
England Team
Gordon Banks Stoke City
Keith Newton Everton
Terence Cooper Leeds United
Alan Mullery Tottenham Hotspur
Brian Labone Everton
Robert Moore West Ham United
Francis Lee Manchester City
Alan Ball Everton
Robert Charlton Manchester United
Geoffrey Hurst West Ham United
Martin Peters Tottenham Hotspur
Opposition Team Otoniel Quintana,
Arturo Segovia,
Hermenegildo Segrera,
Dario Lopez,
Gabriel Hernández,
Alfonso Canon,
Oscar López,
Oscar Garcia,
Luis Carlos Paz,
Alejandro Brand,
Jorge Gallego,
Sub: Alfredo Arango for Luis Carlos Paz.
Attendance 36000
Referee Barrios [Venezuela]

Date 24 May 1970
Venue Estadio Olimpico Atahualpa, Ecuador
Competition Friendly
Fixture Ecuador 0 v 2 England [Head to Head]
England Scorers Francis Lee [4 mins]
Brian Kidd [75 mins]
Ecuador Scorers
England Team
Gordon Banks Stoke City
Keith Newton Everton
Terence Cooper Leeds United
Alan Mullery Tottenham Hotspur
Brian Labone Everton
Robert Moore West Ham United
Francis Lee Manchester City
Alan Ball Everton
Robert Charlton Manchester United
Geoffrey Hurst West Ham United
Martin Peters Tottenham Hotspur
Brian Kidd Manchester United
David Sadler Manchester United
Opposition Team E Meija,
Utreras,
Campoverde,
Enrique Portilla,
Valencia,
Jorge Bolanos,
Cardenas,
Washington Munoz,
Penaherrera,
Polo Carrera,
T Larrea,
Subs: Marcelo Cabezas for Washington Munoz,
and Tom Rodriguez for Polo Carrera (46 mins).
Attendance 36000
Referee Unknown []

Date 02 Jun 1970 23:00
Venue Jalisco Stadium, Mexico
Competition World Cup Finals - Group Stage, 1970
Fixture Romania 0 v 1 England [Head to Head]
England Scorers Geoffrey Hurst [65 mins]
Romania Scorers
England Team
Gordon Banks Stoke City
Keith Newton Everton
Terence Cooper Leeds United
Alan Mullery Tottenham Hotspur
Brian Labone Everton
Robert Moore West Ham United
Francis Lee Manchester City
Alan Ball Everton
Robert Charlton Manchester United
Geoffrey Hurst West Ham United
Martin Peters Tottenham Hotspur
Thomas Wright Everton
Peter Osgood Chelsea
Opposition Team Stearea Adamache #21,
Lajos Satmareanu #2,
Niculae Lupescu #3,
Mihai Mocanu #4,
Cornel Dinu #5,
Emerich Dembrowski #7,
Florea Dumitrache #9,
Radu Nunweiler #10,
Mircea Lucescu #11,
Ion Dumitru #15,
Dimitru Tataru #17,
Sub: Alexandru Neagu #16 for Dimitru Lucescu (74 mins).
Attendance 50560
Referee Vital Loraux [Belgium]

Date 07 Jun 1970 19:00
Venue Jalisco Stadium, Mexico
Competition World Cup Finals - Group Stage, 1970
Fixture Brazil 1 v 0 England [Head to Head]
England Scorers
Brazil Scorers Jairzinho (59 mins) [59 mins]
England Team
Gordon Banks Stoke City
Thomas Wright Everton
Terence Cooper Leeds United
Alan Mullery Tottenham Hotspur
Brian Labone Everton
Robert Moore West Ham United
Francis Lee Manchester City
Alan Ball Everton
Robert Charlton Manchester United
Geoffrey Hurst West Ham United
Martin Peters Tottenham Hotspur
Jeffrey Astle West Bromwich Albion
Colin Bell Manchester City
Opposition Team Felix #1,
Brito #2,
Piazza #3,
Carlos Alberto #4,
Clodoaldo #5,
Jairzinho #7,
Tostao #9,
Pele #10,
Rivelino #11,
Everaldo #16,
Cesar #18,
Subs: Roberto #13 for Tostao (68 mins).
Attendance 66843
Referee Abraham Klein [Israel]

Date 11 Jun 1970 23:00
Venue Jalisco Stadium, Mexico
Competition World Cup Finals - Group Stage, 1970
Fixture Czechoslovakia 0 v 1 England [Head to Head]
England Scorers Allan Clarke [50 mins]
Czechoslovakia Scorers
England Team
Gordon Banks Stoke City
Keith Newton Everton
Terence Cooper Leeds United
Alan Mullery Tottenham Hotspur
John Charlton Leeds United
Robert Moore West Ham United
Colin Bell Manchester City
Robert Charlton Manchester United
Jeffrey Astle West Bromwich Albion
Allan Clarke Leeds United
Martin Peters Tottenham Hotspur
Alan Ball Everton
Peter Osgood Chelsea
Opposition Team Ivo Viktor #1,
Karol Dobias #2,
Vaclav Migas #3,
Vladimir Hagara #4,
Ladislav Petras #8,
Ladislav Kuna #9,
Jozef Adamec #10,
Vladimir Hrivnak #14,
Jraoslav Pollak #17,
Frantisek Vesely #18,
Jan Capkovic #21,
Subs: Karol Joki #11 for Capkovic (72 mins).
Attendance 49292
Referee Roger Machin [France]

Date 14 Jun 1970 19:00
Venue Estadio Guanajuato, Mexico
Competition World Cup Quarter-Finals, 1970
Fixture West Germany 3 v 2 England [Head to Head]
England Scorers Alan Mullery [31 mins]
Martin Peters [49 mins]
West Germany Scorers Franz Beckenbauer [68 mins]
Uew Seeler [82 mins]
Gerd Muller [108 mins]
England Team
Peter Bonetti Chelsea
Keith Newton Everton
Terence Cooper Leeds United
Alan Mullery Tottenham Hotspur
Brian Labone Everton
Robert Moore West Ham United
Francis Lee Manchester City
Alan Ball Everton
Robert Charlton Manchester United
Geoffrey Hurst West Ham United
Martin Peters Tottenham Hotspur
Colin Bell Manchester City
Norman Hunter Leeds United
Opposition Team Sepp Maier #1,
Horst-Dieter Hoettges #2,
Karl-Heinz Schnellinger #3,
Franz Beckenbauer #4,
Berti Vogts #7,
Uwe Seeler #9,
Klaus Fichtel #11,
Wolfgang Overath #12,
Gerd Muller #13,
Reinhard Libuda #14,
Hennes Loehr #17,
Subs: Willi Schulz #5 for Horst-Dieter Hoettges (46 mins),
and Jurgen Grabowski #20 for Reinhard Libuda (55 mins).
Attendance 23357
Referee Norberto Angel Coerezza [Argentina]

Date 25 Nov 1970
Venue Wembley, England
Competition Friendly
Fixture England 3 v 1 East Germany [Head to Head]
England Scorers Francis Lee [12 mins]
Martin Peters [21 mins]
Allan Clarke [63 mins]
East Germany Scorers Eberhard Vogel [27 mins]
England Team
Peter Shilton Leicester City
Emlyn Hughes Liverpool
Terence Cooper Leeds United
Alan Mullery Tottenham Hotspur
David Sadler Manchester United
Robert Moore West Ham United
Francis Lee Manchester City
Alan Ball Everton
Geoffrey Hurst West Ham United
Allan Clarke Leeds United
Martin Peters Tottenham Hotspur
Opposition Team Jurgen Croy,
Peter Rock,
Lothar Kurbjuweit,
Klaus Sammer,
Michael Strempel,
Frank Ganzera,
Harald Irmscher,
Helmut Stein,
Hans-Jurgen Kreische,
Peter Ducke,
Eberhard Vogel,
Sub: Henning Frenzel for Michael Strempel (79 mins).
Attendance 93000
Referee Scheurer [Switzerland]

Date 03 Feb 1971 15:00
Venue Empire Stadium, Malta
Competition Friendly
Fixture Malta 0 v 1 England [Head to Head]
England Scorers Martin Peters [34 mins]
Malta Scorers
England Team
Gordon Banks Stoke City
Paul Reaney Leeds United
Emlyn Hughes Liverpool
Alan Mullery Tottenham Hotspur
Roy McFarland Derby County
Norman Hunter Leeds United
Alan Ball Everton
Martin Chivers Tottenham Hotspur
Joseph Royle Everton
James Harvey Everton
Martin Peters Tottenham Hotspur
Opposition Team Alfred Mizzi,
Joe Grima,
Alfred Mallia,
Emm Micallef,
Anton Camilleri,
Edward Darmanin,
Ronnie Cocks,
Willie Vassallo,
Joe Cini,
Eddie Theobald,
Louis Arpa.
Attendance 29751
Referee Marschall [Austria]

Date 21 Apr 1971 19:45
Venue Wembley, England
Competition European Championship Qualifier, 1972
Fixture England 3 v 0 Greece [Head to Head]
England Scorers Martin Chivers [22 mins]
Geoffrey Hurst [68 mins]
Francis Lee [87 mins]
Greece Scorers
England Team
Gordon Banks Stoke City
Peter Storey Arsenal
Emlyn Hughes Liverpool
Alan Mullery Tottenham Hotspur
Roy McFarland Derby County
Robert Moore West Ham United
Francis Lee Manchester City
Alan Ball Everton
Martin Chivers Tottenham Hotspur
Geoffrey Hurst West Ham United
Martin Peters Tottenham Hotspur
Ralph Coates Burnley
Opposition Team Nikos Christidis,
Ioannis Kaitatzis,
Aggelos Spyridon,
Apostolos Toskas,
Nikos Kambas,
Nikos Stathopoulos,
Georgios Koudas,
Takis Synetopoulos,
Georgios Dedes,
Mimis Papaioannou,
Michalis Kritikopoulos,
Sub: Stathis Chaitas for Nikos Kambas (75 mins),
Georgios Delikaris for Georgios Dedes (88 mins).
Attendance 55123
Referee Hirviniemi [Finland]

Date 12 May 1971 19:45
Venue Wembley, England
Competition European Championship Qualifier, 1972
Fixture England 5 v 0 Malta [Head to Head]
England Scorers Martin Chivers [29 mins]
Francis Lee [43 mins]
Allan Clarke [47 mins]
Martin Chivers [59 mins]
Christopher Lawler [75 mins]
Malta Scorers
England Team
Gordon Banks Stoke City
Christopher Lawler Liverpool
Terence Cooper Leeds United
Emlyn Hughes Liverpool
Roy McFarland Derby County
Robert Moore West Ham United
Francis Lee Manchester City
Ralph Coates Tottenham Hotspur
Martin Chivers Tottenham Hotspur
Allan Clarke Leeds United
Martin Peters Tottenham Hotspur
Alan Ball Everton
Opposition Team Vincent Borg-Bonaci,
Louis Pace,
Joe Grima,
Anton Camilleri,
Edward Darmanin,
Alfred Delia,
Ronnie Cocks,
Willie Vassallo,
John Bonett,
Eddie Theobald,
Louis Arpa,
Sub: Alfred Mizzi for Vincent Borg-Bonaci.
Attendance 41534
Referee Roed [Norway]

Date 15 May 1971
Venue Windsor Park, Northern Ireland
Competition Home Championship , 1971
Fixture Northern Ireland 0 v 1 England [Head to Head]
England Scorers Allan Clarke [80 mins]
Northern Ireland Scorers
England Team
Gordon Banks Stoke City
Paul Madeley Leeds United
Terence Cooper Leeds United
Peter Storey Arsenal
Roy McFarland Derby County
Robert Moore West Ham United
Francis Lee Manchester City
Alan Ball Everton
Martin Chivers Tottenham Hotspur
Allan Clarke Leeds United
Martin Peters Tottenham Hotspur
Opposition Team Pat Jennings,
Pat Rice,
Sammy Nelson,
Liam O'Kane,
Alan Hunter,
Jimmy Nicholson,
Bryan Hamilton,
Eric McMordie,
Derek Dougan,
George Best,
Dave Clements,
Sub: Tommy Cassidy for Eric McMordie.
Attendance 33000
Referee Unknown []

Date 19 May 1971
Venue Wembley, England
Competition Home Championship , 1971
Fixture England 0 v 0 Wales [Head to Head]
England Scorers
Wales Scorers
England Team
Peter Shilton Leicester City
Christopher Lawler Liverpool
Terence Cooper Leeds United
Thomas Smith Liverpool
Laurence Lloyd Liverpool
Emlyn Hughes Liverpool
Francis Lee Manchester City
Anthony Brown West Bromwich Albion
Geoffrey Hurst West Ham United
Ralph Coates Tottenham Hotspur
Martin Peters Tottenham Hotspur
Allan Clarke Leeds United
Opposition Team Gary Sprake,
Peter Rodrigues,
Rod Thomas,
Edward James,
John Roberts,
Terry Yorath,
Leighton Phillips,
Alan Durban,
Ron Davies,
John Toshack,
Gilbert Reece,
Sub: Ron Rees for Gilbert Reece.
Attendance 70000
Referee Wright [Northern Ireland]

Date 22 May 1971
Venue Wembley, England
Competition Home Championship , 1971
Fixture England 3 v 1 Scotland [Head to Head]
England Scorers Martin Peters [9 mins]
Martin Chivers [30 mins]
Martin Chivers [40 mins]
Scotland Scorers Hugh Curran [11 mins]
England Team
Gordon Banks Stoke City
Christopher Lawler Liverpool
Terence Cooper Leeds United
Peter Storey Arsenal
Roy McFarland Derby County
Robert Moore West Ham United
Francis Lee Manchester City
Alan Ball Everton
Martin Chivers Tottenham Hotspur
Geoffrey Hurst West Ham United
Martin Peters Tottenham Hotspur
Allan Clarke Leeds United
Opposition Team Bobby Clarke,
John Greig,
John Brogan,
Billy Bremner,
Frank McLintock,
Bobby Moncur,
Jimmy Johnstone,
David Robb,
Hugh Curran,
Anthony Green,
Peter Cormack,
Subs: Drew Jarvie for Anthony Green (80 mins),
Hugh Curran for Frank Munro (88 mins).
Attendance 91469
Referee []

Date 13 Oct 1971 20:00
Venue St Jakob Stadium, Switzerland
Competition European Championship Qualifier, 1972
Fixture Switzerland 2 v 3 England [Head to Head]
England Scorers Geoffrey Hurst [1 mins]
Martin Chivers [13 mins]
Anton Weibel [[78 mins]]
Switzerland Scorers Daniel Jeandupeux [11 mins]
Friedrich Kunzli [42 mins]
England Team
Gordon Banks Stoke City
Christopher Lawler Liverpool
Terence Cooper Leeds United
Alan Mullery Tottenham Hotspur
Roy McFarland Derby County
Robert Moore West Ham United
Francis Lee Manchester City
Paul Madeley Leeds United
Martin Chivers Tottenham Hotspur
Geoffrey Hurst West Ham United
Martin Peters Tottenham Hotspur
John Radford Arsenal
Opposition Team Marcel Kunz,
Pierre-Albert Chapuisat,
Peter Ramseier,
Anton Weibel,
Pirmin Stierli,
Kurt Odermatt,
Jakob Kuhn,
Rolf Blattler (Kurt Muller),
Walter Balmer,
Friedrich Kunzli,
Daniel Jeandupeux,
Subs: Kurt Muller for Rolf Blatter,
Georges Perroud for Pierre-Albert Chapuisat.
Attendance 47877
Referee Vital Loraux [Belgium]

Date 10 Nov 1971 19:45
Venue Wembley, England
Competition European Championship Qualifier, 1972
Fixture England 1 v 1 Switzerland [Head to Head]
England Scorers Michael Summerbee [9 mins]
Switzerland Scorers Kurt Odermatt [26 mins]
England Team
Peter Shilton Leicester City
Paul Madeley Leeds United
Terence Cooper Leeds United
Peter Storey Arsenal
Laurence Lloyd Liverpool
Robert Moore West Ham United
Michael Summerbee Manchester City
Alan Ball Everton
Geoffrey Hurst West Ham United
Francis Lee Manchester City
Emlyn Hughes Liverpool
Martin Chivers Tottenham Hotspur
Rodney Marsh Queen's Park Rangers
Opposition Team Mario Prosperi,
Peter Remseier,
Pierre-Albert Chapuisat,
Georges Perroud,
Pirmin Stierli,
Kurt Odermatt,
Rolf Blattler,
Jakob Kuhn,
Walter Balmer,
Friedrich Kunzli,
Daniel Jeandupeux,
Sub: P Meier for Walter Balmer.
Attendance 90423
Referee Barbulescu [Romania]

Date 01 Dec 1971 12:45
Venue Karaiskakis Stadium, Greece
Competition European Championship Qualifier, 1972
Fixture Greece 0 v 2 England [Head to Head]
England Scorers Geoffrey Hurst [57 mins]
Martin Chivers [90 mins]
Greece Scorers
England Team
Gordon Banks Stoke City
Paul Madeley Leeds United
Emlyn Hughes Liverpool
Colin Bell Manchester City
Roy McFarland Derby County
Robert Moore West Ham United
Francis Lee Manchester City
Alan Ball Everton
Martin Chivers Tottenham Hotspur
Geoffrey Hurst West Ham United
Martin Peters Tottenham Hotspur
Opposition Team Nikos Christidis,
Theodoros Pallas,
Anthimos Kapsis,
Thanasis Aggelis,
Kostas Eleftherakis,
Mimis Domazos,
Kostas Nikolaidis,
Georgios Koudas,
Antonis Antoniadis,
Mimis Papaioannou,
Georgios Dedes,
Subs: Michalis Kritikopoulos for Georgios Koudas (61 mins),
Kostas Davourlis for Kostas Nikolaidis (73 mins).
Attendance 34014
Referee Ortiz de Mendibil [Spain]

Date 29 Apr 1972 19:45
Venue Wembley, England
Competition European Championship Quarter-Finals - 1st Leg, 1972
Fixture England 1 v 3 West Germany [Head to Head]
England Scorers Francis Lee [77 mins]
West Germany Scorers Uli Hoesness [26 mins]
Gunther Netzer [85 mins]
Gerd Muller [88 mins]
England Team
Gordon Banks Stoke City
Paul Madeley Leeds United
Emlyn Hughes Liverpool
Colin Bell Manchester City
Robert Moore West Ham United
Norman Hunter Leeds United
Francis Lee Manchester City
Alan Ball Arsenal
Martin Chivers Tottenham Hotspur
Geoffrey Hurst West Ham United
Martin Peters Tottenham Hotspur
Rodney Marsh Manchester City
Opposition Team Sepp Maier,
Horst-Dieter Hottges,
Paul Breitner,
Franz Beckenbauer,
Hans-Jorg Schwarzenbeck,
Herbert Wimmer,
Uli Hoeness,
Gunther Netzer,
Jurgen Grabowski,
Gerd Muller,
Siegfried Held.
Attendance 100000
Referee Heliet [France]

Date 13 May 1972 16:00
Venue Olympiastadion, Germany
Competition European Championship Quarter-Finals - 2nd Leg, 1972
Fixture West Germany 0 v 0 England [Head to Head]
England Scorers
West Germany Scorers
England Team
Gordon Banks Stoke City
Paul Madeley Leeds United
Emlyn Hughes Liverpool
Peter Storey Arsenal
Roy McFarland Derby County
Robert Moore West Ham United
Alan Ball Arsenal
Colin Bell Manchester City
Martin Chivers Tottenham Hotspur
Rodney Marsh Manchester City
Norman Hunter Leeds United
Michael Summerbee Manchester City
Martin Peters Tottenham Hotspur
Opposition Team Sepp Maier,
Horst-Dieter Hottges,
Paul Breitner,
Franz Beckenbauer,
Hans-Jorg Schwarzenbeck,
Herbert Wimmer,
Heinz Flohe,
Uli Hoeness,
Gunther Netzer,
Gerd Muller,
Siegfried Held,
Sub: Jupp Heynckes for Uli Hoeness (70 mins).
Attendance 762000
Referee Gugulovic [Yugoslavia]

Date 20 May 1972
Venue Ninian Park, Wales
Competition Home Championship/World Cup Qualifier, 1972
Fixture Wales 0 v 3 England [Head to Head]
England Scorers Emlyn Hughes [25 mins]
Rodney Marsh [60 mins]
Colin Bell [61 mins]
Wales Scorers
England Team
Gordon Banks Stoke City
Paul Madeley Leeds United
Emlyn Hughes Liverpool
Peter Storey Arsenal
Roy McFarland Derby County
Robert Moore West Ham United
Michael Summerbee Manchester City
Colin Bell Manchester City
Malcolm MacDonald Newcastle United
Rodney Marsh Manchester City
Norman Hunter Leeds United
Opposition Team Gary Sprake,
Peter Rodrigues,
Rod Thomas,
Terry Hennessey,
Mike England,
John Roberts,
Terry Yorath,
Ron Davies,
Wyn Davies,
John Toshack,
Alan Durban,
Sub: Gilbert Reece for John Roberts.
Attendance 34000
Referee Unknown []

Date 23 May 1972
Venue Wembley, England
Competition Home Championship/World Cup Qualifier, 1972
Fixture England 0 v 1 Northern Ireland [Head to Head]
England Scorers
Northern Ireland Scorers Terry Neill [33 mins]
England Team
Peter Shilton Leicester City
Colin Todd Derby County
Emlyn Hughes Liverpool
Peter Storey Arsenal
Laurence Lloyd Liverpool
Norman Hunter Leeds United
Michael Summerbee Manchester City
Colin Bell Manchester City
Malcolm MacDonald Newcastle United
Rodney Marsh Manchester City
Anthony Currie Sheffield United
Martin Chivers Tottenham Hotspur
Martin Peters Tottenham Hotspur
Opposition Team Pat Jennings,
Pat Rice,
Sammy Nelson,
Liam O'Kane,
Bryan Hamilton,
Jimmy Nicholson,
Eric McMordie,
Alan Hunter,
Derek Dougan,
Dave Clements,
Terry Neill,
Subs: Tommy Cassidy for Derek Dougan,
and (Martin O'Neill for Bryan Hamilton.
Attendance 64000
Referee Hirviniemi [Finland]

Date 27 May 1972
Venue Hampden Park, Scotland
Competition Home Championship , 1972
Fixture Scotland 0 v 1 England [Head to Head]
England Scorers Alan Ball [28 mins]
Scotland Scorers
England Team
Gordon Banks Stoke City
Paul Madeley Leeds United
Emlyn Hughes Liverpool
Peter Storey Arsenal
Roy McFarland Derby County
Robert Moore West Ham United
Alan Ball Arsenal
Colin Bell Manchester City
Martin Chivers Tottenham Hotspur
Rodney Marsh Manchester City
Norman Hunter Leeds United
Malcolm MacDonald Newcastle United
Opposition Team Bobby Clarke,
John Brownlie,
Willie Donachie,
Billy Bremner,
Billy McNeill,
Bobby Moncur,
Archie Gemmill,
Asa Hartford,
Peter Lorimer,
Lou Macari,
Denis Law,
Subs: Jimmy Johnstone for Archie Gemmill,
and Anthony Green for Willie Donachie (74 mins).
Attendance 119325
Referee S Gonella [Italy]

Date 11 Oct 1972
Venue Wembley, England
Competition Friendly
Fixture England 1 v 1 Yugoslavia [Head to Head]
England Scorers Joseph Royle [40 mins]
Yugoslavia Scorers Franjo Vladic [50 mins]
England Team
Peter Shilton Leicester City
Michael Mills Ipswich Town
Frank Lampard West Ham United
Peter Storey Arsenal
Jeffrey Blockley Arsenal
Robert Moore West Ham United
Alan Ball Arsenal
Michael Channon Southampton
Joseph Royle Everton
Colin Bell Manchester City
Rodney Marsh Manchester City
Opposition Team Enver Maric,
Petar Krivokuca,
Dragoslav Stepanovic,
Miroslav Pavlovic,
Josip Katalinski,
Blagoje Paunovic,
Ilija Petkovic,
Franjo Vladic,
Dusan Bajevic,
Jovan Acimovic,
Dragan Dzajic,
Subs: Dragan Holcer for Josip Karalinski,
and Ljubisa Rajkovic for Miroslav Pavlovic.
Attendance 50000
Referee Angonese [Italy]

Date 15 Nov 1972
Venue Ninian Park, Wales
Competition World Cup Qualifier, 1974
Fixture Wales 0 v 1 England [Head to Head]
England Scorers Colin Bell [35 mins]
Wales Scorers
England Team
Raymond Clemence Liverpool
Peter Storey Arsenal
Emlyn Hughes Liverpool
Norman Hunter Leeds United
Roy McFarland Derby County
Robert Moore West Ham United
Joseph Keegan Liverpool
Colin Bell Manchester City
Martin Chivers Tottenham Hotspur
Rodney Marsh Manchester City
Alan Ball Arsenal
Opposition Team Gary Sprake,
Peter Rodrigues,
Rod Thomas,
Terry Hennessey,
Mike England,
Trevor Hockey,
Leighton Phillips,
John Mahoney,
Wyn Davies,
John Toshack,
Leighton James,
Sub: Gilbert Reece for Peter Rodrigues.
Attendance 36384
Referee Mullan [Scotland]

Date 24 Jan 1973
Venue Wembley, England
Competition World Cup Qualifier, 1974
Fixture England 1 v 1 Wales [Head to Head]
England Scorers Norman Hunter [42 mins]
Wales Scorers John Toshack [23 mins]
England Team
Raymond Clemence Liverpool
Peter Storey Arsenal
Emlyn Hughes Liverpool
Norman Hunter Leeds United
Roy McFarland Derby County
Robert Moore West Ham United
Joseph Keegan Liverpool
Colin Bell Manchester City
Martin Chivers Tottenham Hotspur
Rodney Marsh Manchester City
Alan Ball Arsenal
Opposition Team Gary Sprake,
Peter Rodrigues,
Rod Thomas,
Mike England,
Trevor Hockey,
John Roberts,
Barrie Evans,
John Mahoney,
John Toshack,
Terry Yorath,
Leighton James,
Sub: Malcolm Page for Peter Rodrigues (60 mins).
Attendance 62273
Referee Wright [Northern Ireland]

Date 14 Feb 1973
Venue Hampden Park, Scotland
Competition Friendly
Fixture Scotland 0 v 5 England [Head to Head]
England Scorers Peter Lorimer [[6 mins]]
Allan Clarke [12 mins]
Michael Channon [15 mins]
Martin Chivers [76 mins]
Allan Clarke [85 mins]
Scotland Scorers
England Team
Peter Shilton Leicester City
Peter Storey Arsenal
Emlyn Hughes Liverpool
Colin Bell Manchester City
Paul Madeley Leeds United
Robert Moore West Ham United
Alan Ball Arsenal
Michael Channon Southampton
Martin Chivers Tottenham Hotspur
Allan Clarke Leeds United
Martin Peters Tottenham Hotspur
Opposition Team Bobby Clarke,
Alex Forsyth,
Willie Donachie,
Billy Bremner,
Eddie Colquhuon,
Martin Buchan,
Peter Lorimer,
Kenny Dalglish,
Lou Macari,
George Graham,
Willie Morgan,
Sub: Colin Stein for Willie Morgan (19 mins).
Attendance 48470
Referee Robert Wurtz [France]

Date 12 May 1973
Venue Goodison Park - Everton, England
Competition Home Championship , 1973
Fixture England 2 v 1 Northern Ireland [Head to Head]
England Scorers Martin Chivers [9 mins]
Martin Chivers [82 mins]
Northern Ireland Scorers Dave Clements [22 mins]
England Team
Peter Shilton Leicester City
Peter Storey Arsenal
David Nish Derby County
Colin Bell Manchester City
Roy McFarland Derby County
Robert Moore West Ham United
Alan Ball Arsenal
Michael Channon Southampton
Martin Chivers Tottenham Hotspur
John Richards Wolverhampton Wanderers
Martin Peters Tottenham Hotspur
Opposition Team Pat Jennings,
Pat Rice,
David Craig,
Terry Neill,
Alan Hunter,
Dave Clements,
Bryan Hamilton,
Tommy Jackson,
Sammy Morgan,
Martin O'Neill,
Trevor Anderson.
Attendance 29865
Referee Unknown []

Date 15 May 1973
Venue Wembley, England
Competition Home Championship , 1973
Fixture England 3 v 0 Wales [Head to Head]
England Scorers Martin Chivers [23 mins]
Michael Channon [30 mins]
Martin Peters [67 mins]
Wales Scorers
England Team
Peter Shilton Leicester City
Peter Storey Arsenal
Emlyn Hughes Liverpool
Colin Bell Manchester City
Roy McFarland Derby County
Robert Moore West Ham United
Alan Ball Arsenal
Michael Channon Southampton
Martin Chivers Tottenham Hotspur
Allan Clarke Leeds United
Martin Peters Tottenham Hotspur
Opposition Team John Phillips,
Peter Rodrigues,
Rod Thomas,
Mike England,
David Hockey,
John Roberts,
Malcolm Page,
John Mahoney,
John Toshack,
Brian Evans,
Leighton James,
Subs: John Emanuel for Malcolm Page,
and David Roberts for Mike England.
Attendance 38000
Referee Paterson [Scotland]

Date 19 May 1973
Venue Wembley, England
Competition Home Championship , 1973
Fixture England 1 v 0 Scotland [Head to Head]
England Scorers Martin Peters [54 mins]
Scotland Scorers
England Team
Peter Shilton Leicester City
Peter Storey Arsenal
Emlyn Hughes Liverpool
Colin Bell Manchester City
Roy McFarland Derby County
Robert Moore West Ham United
Alan Ball Arsenal
Michael Channon Southampton
Martin Chivers Tottenham Hotspur
Allan Clarke Leeds United
Martin Peters Tottenham Hotspur
Opposition Team Ally Hunter,
Sandy Jardine,
Danny McGrain,
Billy Bremner,
Jim Holton,
Derek Johnstone,
Willie Morgan,
Peter Lorimer,
Kenny Dalglish,
David Hay,
Lou Macari,
Subs: Joe Jordan for Lou Macari,
Colin Stein for Peter Lorimer (80 mins).
Attendance 95950
Referee Kurt Tchendscher [West Germany]

Date 27 May 1973
Venue Stadión Letná, Czechoslovakia
Competition Home Championship , 1973
Fixture Czechoslovakia 1 v 1 England [Head to Head]
England Scorers Allan Clarke [89 mins]
Czechoslovakia Scorers Igor Novak [55 mins]
England Team
Peter Shilton Leicester City
Paul Madeley Leeds United
Peter Storey Arsenal
Colin Bell Manchester City
Roy McFarland Derby County
Robert Moore West Ham United
Alan Ball Arsenal
Michael Channon Southampton
Martin Chivers Tottenham Hotspur
Allan Clarke Leeds United
Martin Peters Tottenham Hotspur
Opposition Team Ivo Viktor,
Ján Pivarník,
Ludovít Zlocha,
Václav Samek,
Vladimír Hagara,
Premsyl Bicovsky,
Ladislav Kuna,
Igor Novak,
Bohumil Vesely,
Zdenik Nehoda,
Pavel Stratil.
Attendance 25000
Referee Glockner [East Germany]

Date 06 Jun 1973
Venue Stadion Slaski, Poland
Competition Home Championship , 1973
Fixture Poland 2 v 0 England [Head to Head]
England Scorers
Poland Scorers Gadocha [7 mins]
Wlodzimierz Lubanski [47 mins]
England Team
Peter Shilton Leicester City
Paul Madeley Leeds United
Emlyn Hughes Liverpool
Peter Storey Arsenal
Roy McFarland Derby County
Robert Moore West Ham United
Alan Ball Arsenal
Colin Bell Manchester City
Martin Chivers Tottenham Hotspur
Allan Clarke Leeds United
Martin Peters Tottenham Hotspur
Opposition Team Jan Tomaszewski,
Krzysztof Rzesny,
Miroslaw Bulzacki,
Jerzy Gorgon,
Adam Musial,
Jerzy Kraska,
Lewslaw Cmikiewicz,
Kazimierz Denya,
Jan Banas,
Wlodzimierz Lubanski,
Robert Gadocha,
Sub: Jan Domarski for Wlodzimierz Lubanski (54 mins).
Attendance 73714
Referee Schiller [Austria]

Date 10 Jun 1973
Venue Lenin Stadium, USSR
Competition Friendly
Fixture USSR 1 v 2 England [Head to Head]
England Scorers Martin Chivers [10 mins]
Murtaz Khurtzilava [[55 mins]]
USSR Scorers Vladimir Muntjan [66 mins]
England Team
Peter Shilton Leicester City
Paul Madeley Leeds United
Emlyn Hughes Liverpool
Peter Storey Arsenal
Roy McFarland Derby County
Robert Moore West Ham United
Anthony Currie Sheffield United
Michael Channon Southampton
Martin Chivers Tottenham Hotspur
Allan Clarke Leeds United
Martin Peters Tottenham Hotspur
Malcolm MacDonald Newcastle United
Norman Hunter Leeds United
Opposition Team Evgeny Rudakov,
Sergei Olshenski,
Murtaz Khurtzilava,
Evgeny Lovchev,
Vladimir Kaplichni,
Viktor Kuznetsov,
Vladimir Muntian,
Viktor Papaev,
Arkady Andreasyan,
Vladimir Onischenko,
Oleg Blokhin,
Subs: Vladimir Kozlov for Arkady Andreasyan (46 mins),
Vladimir Fedotov for Viktor Kuznetsov (46 mins),
and Yuri Vasenin for Viktor Papaev (58 mins).
Attendance 85000
Referee Riedel [East Germany]

Date 14 Jun 1973
Venue Stadio Communale, Italy
Competition Friendly
Fixture Italy 2 v 0 England [Head to Head]
England Scorers
Italy Scorers Pietro Anastasi [38 mins]
Fabio Capello [52 mins]
England Team
Peter Shilton Leicester City
Paul Madeley Leeds United
Emlyn Hughes Liverpool
Peter Storey Arsenal
Roy McFarland Derby County
Robert Moore West Ham United
Anthony Currie Sheffield United
Michael Channon Southampton
Martin Chivers Tottenham Hotspur
Allan Clarke Leeds United
Martin Peters Tottenham Hotspur
Opposition Team Dino Zoff,
Guiseppe Sabadini,
Giacinto Facchetti,
Romeo Benetti,
Francesco Morini,
Tarcisio Burgnich,
Sandro Mazzola,
Fabio Capello,
Pietro Anastasi,
Gianni Rivera,
Paolo Pulici,
Subs: Mauro Bellugi for Francesco Morini (46 mins),
and Franco Causio for Paolo Pulici (71 mins).
Attendance 44941
Referee Stanev [Bulgaria]

Date 26 Sep 1973
Venue Wembley, England
Competition Friendly
Fixture England 7 v 0 Austria [Head to Head]
England Scorers Michael Channon [9 mins]
Allan Clarke [28 mins]
Allan Clarke [43 mins]
Michael Channon [47 mins]
Martin Chivers [61 mins]
Anthony Currie [64 mins]
Colin Bell [87 mins]
Austria Scorers
England Team
Peter Shilton Leicester City
Paul Madeley Leeds United
Emlyn Hughes Liverpool
Colin Bell Manchester City
Roy McFarland Derby County
Norman Hunter Leeds United
Anthony Currie Sheffield United
Michael Channon Southampton
Martin Chivers Tottenham Hotspur
Allan Clarke Leeds United
Martin Peters Tottenham Hotspur
Opposition Team Friedrich Koncilia,
Robert Sara,
Johann Schmidradner,
Eduard Krieger,
Johann Eigenstiller,
Roland Hattenberger,
August Starek,
Johann Ettmayer,
Wilhelm Kreuz,
Johann Krankl,
Kurt Jara,
Sub: Manfred Gomasch for Roland Hattenberger (46 mins),
and Werner Kriess for Johann Eigenstiller (67 mins).
Attendance 48000
Referee Charles Corver [Holland]

Date 17 Oct 1973
Venue Wembley, England
Competition World Cup Qualifier, 1974
Fixture England 1 v 1 Poland [Head to Head]
England Scorers Allan Clarke [63 mins]
Poland Scorers Jan Domarski [55 mins]
England Team
Peter Shilton Leicester City
Paul Madeley Leeds United
Emlyn Hughes Liverpool
Colin Bell Manchester City
Roy McFarland Derby County
Norman Hunter Leeds United
Anthony Currie Sheffield United
Michael Channon Southampton
Martin Chivers Tottenham Hotspur
Allan Clarke Leeds United
Martin Peters Tottenham Hotspur
Kevin Hector Derby County
Opposition Team Jan Tomaszewski,
Antoni Szymanowski,
Miroslaw Bulzacki,
Jerzy Gorgon,
Adam Musial,
Henryk Kasperczak,
Leslaw Cmikiewicz,
Kazimierz Denya,
Grzegorz Lato,
Jan Domarski,
Robert Gadocha.
Attendance 100000
Referee Vital Loraux [Belgium]

Date 14 Nov 1973
Venue Wembley, England
Competition Friendly
Fixture England 0 v 1 Italy [Head to Head]
England Scorers
Italy Scorers Fabio Capello [86 mins]
England Team
Peter Shilton Leicester City
Paul Madeley Leeds United
Emlyn Hughes Liverpool
Colin Bell Manchester City
Roy McFarland Derby County
Robert Moore West Ham United
Anthony Currie Sheffield United
Michael Channon Southampton
Peter Osgood Chelsea
Allan Clarke Leeds United
Martin Peters Tottenham Hotspur
Kevin Hector Derby County
Opposition Team Dino Zoff,
Giuseppe Sabadini,
Giacinto Facchetti,
Romeo Benetti,
Mauro Bellugi,
Tarcisio Burgnich,
Franco Causio,
Fabio Capello,
Giorgio Chinaglia,
Gianni Rivera,
Luigi Riva.
Attendance 88000
Referee Marques Lobo [Portugal]

Date 03 Apr 1974
Venue Estádio da Luz, Portugal
Competition Friendly
Fixture Portugal 0 v 0 England [Head to Head]
England Scorers
Portugal Scorers
England Team
Philip Parkes Queen's Park Rangers
David Nish Derby County
Michael Pejic Stoke City
John Dobson Burnley
David Watson Sunderland
Colin Todd Derby County
Stanley Bowles Queen's Park Rangers
Michael Channon Southampton
Malcolm MacDonald Newcastle United
Trevor Brooking West Ham United
Martin Peters Tottenham Hotspur
Alan Ball Arsenal
Opposition Team Vitor Damas,
F Rebelo,
Humberto Coelho,
J Mendes,
Artur Correia,
Octavio Machado,
Arnaldo,
Antonio Oliveira,
Jordao,
Vitor Baptista,
Jacinto Joao,
Subs: Vitor Pereira for Arnaldo,
Valter for Antonio Oliveira,
and Romeu da Silva for Vitor Baptista.
Attendance 10000
Referee Guruceta [Spain]

Date 11 May 1974
Venue Ninian Park, Wales
Competition Friendly
Fixture Wales 0 v 2 England [Head to Head]
England Scorers Stanley Bowles [35 mins]
Joseph Keegan [47 mins]
Wales Scorers
England Team
Peter Shilton Leicester City
David Nish Derby County
Michael Pejic Stoke City
Emlyn Hughes Liverpool
Roy McFarland Derby County
Colin Todd Derby County
Joseph Keegan Liverpool
Colin Bell Manchester City
Keith Weller Leicester City
Stanley Bowles Queen's Park Rangers
Michael Channon Southampton
Opposition Team John Phillips,
Paul Roberts (Les Cartwright),
Rod Thomas,
John Mahoney,
John Roberts,
David Roberts,
Gilbert Reece,
Tony Villars,
Ron Davies (David Smallman),
Terry Yorath,
Leighton James,
Subs: Les Cartwright for Paul Roberts,
and David Smallman for Ron Davies.
Attendance 25734
Referee Unknown []

Date 15 May 1974
Venue Wembley, England
Competition Home Championship , 1974
Fixture England 1 v 0 Northern Ireland [Head to Head]
England Scorers Keith Weller [73 mins]
Northern Ireland Scorers
England Team
Peter Shilton Leicester City
David Nish Derby County
Michael Pejic Stoke City
Emlyn Hughes Liverpool
Roy McFarland Derby County
Colin Todd Derby County
Joseph Keegan Liverpool
Colin Bell Manchester City
Michael Channon Southampton
Stanley Bowles Queen's Park Rangers
Keith Weller Leciester City
Norman Hunter Leeds United
Frank Worthington Leicester City
Opposition Team Pat Jennings,
Pat Rice,
Sammy Nelson,
Liam O'Kane,
Alan Hunter,
Dave Clements,
Bryan Hamilton,
Tommy Cassidy,
Sammy Morgan,
Sammy McIlroy,
Chris McGrath,
Subs: Tommy Jackson for Sammy Nelson,
and Martin O'Neill for Bryan Hamilton.
Attendance 45500
Referee Davidson [Scotland]

Date 18 May 1974
Venue Hampden Park, Scotland
Competition Home Championship , 1974
Fixture Scotland 2 v 0 England [Head to Head]
England Scorers
Scotland Scorers Joe Jordan [4 mins]
Colin Todd og [31 mins]
England Team
Peter Shilton Leicester City
David Nish Derby County
Michael Pejic Stoke City
Emlyn Hughes Liverpool
Norman Hunter Leeds United
Colin Todd Derby County
Michael Channon Southampton
Colin Bell Manchester City
Frank Worthington Leicester City
Keith Weller Leicester City
Martin Peters Tottenham Hotspur
David Watson Sunderland
Malcolm MacDonald Newcastle United
Opposition Team David Harvey,
Sandy Jardine,
Danny McGrain,
Billy Bremner,
Jim Holton,
John Blackley,
Jimmy Johnstone,
Peter Lorimer,
Kenny Dalglish,
Joe Jordan,
David Hay.
Attendance 94487
Referee L W Van Der Kroft [Holland]

Date 22 May 1974
Venue Wembley, England
Competition Friendly
Fixture England 2 v 2 Argentina [Head to Head]
England Scorers Michael Channon [45 mins]
Frank Worthington [54 mins]
Argentina Scorers Mario Kempes [58 mins]
Mario Kempes [89 mins]
England Team
Peter Shilton Leicester City
Emlyn Hughes Liverpool
Alex Lindsay Liverpool
Colin Todd Derby County
David Watson Sunderland
Colin Bell Manchester City
Joseph Keegan Liverpool
Michael Channon Southampton
Frank Worthington Leicester City
Keith Weller Leicester City
Trevor Brooking West Ham United
Opposition Team Daniel Carnevali,
Ruben Glaría,
Roberto Perfumo,
Angel Bargas,
Francisco Sá,
Miguel Brindisi,
Roberto Telch,
Carlos Squeo,
Agustin Balbuena,
Ruben Ayala,
Mario Kempes,
Subs: Enrique Wolff for Ruben Glaria (46 mins),
and Rene Houseman for Miguel Brindisi (67 mins).
Attendance 68000
Referee Ithurralde [Argentina]

Date 29 May 1974
Venue Zentralstadion, East Germany
Competition Friendly
Fixture East Germany 1 v 1 England [Head to Head]
England Scorers Michael Channon [68 mins]
East Germany Scorers Joachim Streich [67 mins]
England Team
Raymond Clemence Liverpool
Emlyn Hughes Liverpool
Alex Lindsay Liverpool
Colin Todd Derby County
David Watson Sunderland
John Dobson Burnley
Joseph Keegan Liverpool
Michael Channon Southampton
Frank Worthington Leicester City
Colin Bell Manchester City
Trevor Brooking West Ham United
Opposition Team Jurgen Croy,
Bernd Bransch,
Joachim Fritsche,
Konrad Weise,
Siegmar Waetzlich,
Harald Irmscher,
Jurgen Sparwasser,
Hans-Jurgen Pommerencke,
Wolfram Lowe,
Joachim Streich,
Eberhard Vogel,
Sub: Martin Hoffmann for Eberhard Vogel (60 mins).
Attendance 95000
Referee Muncz [Hungary]

Date 01 Jun 1974
Venue Stadion Vasilij Levski, Bulgaria
Competition Friendly
Fixture Bulgaria 0 v 1 England [Head to Head]
England Scorers Frank Worthington [44 mins]
Bulgaria Scorers
England Team
Raymond Clemence Liverpool
Emlyn Hughes Liverpool
Alex Lindsay Liverpool
Colin Todd Derby County
David Watson Sunderland
John Dobson Burnley
Joseph Keegan Liverpool
Michael Channon Southampton
Frank Worthington Leicester City
Colin Bell Manchester City
Trevor Brooking West Ham United
Opposition Team Rumentscho Goranov,
Ivan Zafirov,
Stefan Velichkov,
Bojil Kolev,
Dimitar Penev,
Dobromir Jechev,
Voin Voinov,
Christo Bonev,
Atanas Michailov,
Krassimir Borisov,
Georgi Denev,
Subs: Mladen Vasilev for Voin Voinov,
and Pavel Panov for Georgi Denev.
Attendance 60000
Referee Nyhus [Norway]

Date 05 Jun 1974
Venue Stadion Crvena Zvezda, Yugoslavia
Competition Friendly
Fixture Yugoslavia 2 v 2 England [Head to Head]
England Scorers Michael Channon [6 mins]
Joseph Keegan [75 mins]
Yugoslavia Scorers Ilija Petkovic [23 mins]
Brane Oblak [46 mins]
England Team
Raymond Clemence Liverpool
Emlyn Hughes Liverpool
Alex Lindsay Liverpool
Colin Todd Derby County
David Watson Sunderland
John Dobson Burnley
Joseph Keegan Liverpool
Michael Channon Southampton
Frank Worthington Leicester City
Colin Bell Manchester City
Trevor Brooking West Ham United
Malcolm MacDonald Newcastle United
Opposition Team Enver Maric,
Ivan Buljan,
Petar Krivokuca,
Drazen Muznic,
Josip Katalinski,
Vladislav Bogicevic,
Ilija Petkovic,
Brane Oblak,
Ivica Surjak,
Jovan Acimovic,
Drazen Dzajic,
Subs: Enver Hadziabdic for Petar Krivokuca,
and Dusan Bajevic for Drazen Muznic.
Attendance 90000
Referee S Gonella [Italy]

Date 30 Oct 1974 19:45
Venue Wembley, England
Competition European Championship Qualifier, 1976
Fixture England 3 v 0 Czechoslovakia [Head to Head]
England Scorers Michael Channon [72 mins]
Colin Bell [80 mins]
Colin Bell [83 mins]
Czechoslovakia Scorers
England Team
Raymond Clemence Liverpool
Emlyn Hughes Liverpool
Paul Madeley Leeds United
Norman Hunter Leeds United
David Watson Sunderland
John Dobson Everton
Joseph Keegan Liverpool
Michael Channon Southampton
Frank Worthington Leicester City
Colin Bell Manchester City
Gerald Francis Queen's Park Rangers
Trevor Brooking West Ham United
David Thomas Queen's Park Rangers
Opposition Team Ivor Viktor,
Ján Pivarník,
Anton Ondrus,
Jozef Capkovic,
Vojtech Varadin,
Premsyl Bicovsky,
Ivan Pekárik,
Miroslav Gajdusek,
Marián Masny,
Ján Svehlik,
Pavel Stratlil,
Subs: Rostislav Vojacek for Jozef Capkovic (64 mins),
Ladislav Kuna for Premsyl Bicovsky (70 mins).
Attendance 83858
Referee Kitabdijan [France]

Date 20 Nov 1974 19:45
Venue Wembley, England
Competition European Championship Qualifier, 1976
Fixture England 0 v 0 Portugal [Head to Head]
England Scorers
Portugal Scorers
England Team
Raymond Clemence Liverpool
Emlyn Hughes Liverpool
Paul Madeley Leeds United
Terence Cooper Leeds United
David Watson Sunderland
Trevor Brooking West Ham United
David Thomas Queen's Park Rangers
Michael Channon Southampton
Allan Clarke Leeds United
Colin Bell Manchester City
Gerald Francis Queen's Park Rangers
Colin Todd Derby County
Frank Worthington Leicester City
Opposition Team Vitor Damas,
Artur Correia,
Humberto Coehlo,
Carlos Alhinho,
Osvaldinho,
Teixeira,
Octavio Machado,
Vitor Martins,
Joao Alves,
Chico,
Nené,
Subs: Romeu da Silva for Chico,
and Antonio Oliveira for Nene.
Attendance 84461
Referee Bucheli [Switzerland]