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Home International Championship 1914-15 - Matches

1 16 January 1915 - Ireland vs. Wales    
2 13 February 1915 - Ireland vs. England
Windsor Park, Donegall Avenue, Belfast
   
3 22 February 1915 - Wales vs. Scotland    
4 15 March 1915 - England vs. Wales
Arsenal Stadium, Highbury, London
   
5 16 March 1915 - Scotland vs. Ireland    
6 10 April 1915 - England vs. Scotland
Hillsborough, Sheffield
   

Notes

These fixtures, as was always the case, were made a year in advance.  On this occasion, at the Annual International Conference of Secretaries, on Saturday, 4 April 1914, at St. Enoch's Hotel, Glasgow.

At the International Selection Committee of the FA meeting in London, on Monday, 12 October 1914, they decided to cancel all amateur International matches arranged for the 1914-15 season. Trial Matches were arranged - England vs. The North an Newcastle, 2 December, and England vs. The South at Chelsea, 18 January 1915; They confirmed the professional International matches that were to be played, England vs. Ireland in Ireland, England vs. Wales at Highbury and England vs. Scotland in Sheffield.

On Wednesday, 14 November 1914, it was the Football Association of Wales at their Consultative Committee Meeting in Cardiff. They passed a resolution in consonance with the proposition of the FA that in consequence of the war, the international match between Wales and England should not be played this season.

On Thursday, 3 December 1914,  a meeting of the four International Associations was held at the offices of the FA in London, to consider the advisability of continuing football during the war, and the result of the recent conference between representatives of the FA and Harold Tennant, the Under Secretary of State for War.
The meeting was presided over by Charlie Clegg, the Chairman of FA. The private meeting lasted over six hours with the resulting statement being released:-
"To recommend to each National Association that the International matches for this season should be abandoned...." The resolution will be submitted to a full meeting of the Council of the FA next week.

Indeed, at the meeting of the FA Council on Monday, 7 December, the decision to abandon the international series was confirmed.

At the FA Council meeting in Blackpool, Monday, 19 July 1915, it was confirmed that no International ties would be played during the 1915-16 season.

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CG