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England 1 - History

England defeated the 1934 World Cup holders in a friendly that became known as “the battle of _____”.
Cricket ground, currently home of Surrey Cricket club that hosted England’s first internationals.
Nazi chief propagandist who attended England’s 6-3 win in Berlin a year before the start of WWII.
Most goals on debut with 5 against Ireland in 1882.
Player who famously refused to Nazi salute in a game agianst Germany after Hitler had demanded the England side to do.
Name of the annual competition created in 1884 between Scotland, Wales and Ireland.
Scored England’s first ever goal.
England’s first defeat outside the British isles came against this national side in 1929.
England’s first ever opponents.
England’s oldest ever debutant at 41 years 113 days having previously played for Scotland.
Scored England’s fastest ever goal after 17 seconds in 1947.
Legendary Everton forward who holds the joint-record for most England goals in a calendar year with 12 in 1927.
Striker nicknamed “the gunner” who spent 17 years at Manchester United who was the first player to score 4 goals in a World Cup qualifying match.
England’s first ever FIFA recognised match was in this Scottish city.
Scored 29 goals in 23 caps between 1903-11.
Player who has the best ever goals to game ratio for England having scored 18 in 9 games between 1929 and 1936.
England’s first ever dedicated team manager who led the side for 17 years.
The England lineup for their first FIFA recognised match contained four players from this university.
Blackpool and Stoke legend who scored a hatrick against Czechoslovakia in 1937.
Preston North End legend who made his debut in 1946 and would go on to score 30 goals in 73 caps.