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It was the Under-23 side that represented the Young England against the over-30's.




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Inter-level Amateur

Of the 297 Under-23 players, 137 went on, or already had, won full international honours.


Season 1953-54

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Bill Nicholson
Friendlies
1 20 January 1954 - Italy 3 England 0 [1-0]
Stadio Comunale, Bologna
(not known)
Virgili, Pivatelli, Savioni AL
England: Ray Wood, P.Gunter, S.Ellis, J.Whitefoot, W.Dodgin, Duncan Edwards, A.Finney, Peter Broadbent, S.Leary, Johnny Nicholls, Frank Blunstone.
Season 1954-55
2 19 January 1955 - England 5 Italy 1 [1-0]
Stamford Bridge, Fulham Road, Fulham, London
(33,559)
Atyeo, Blunstone, Ayre, Hooper (2)
Savioni
HW
England: Reg Matthews, Peter Sillett, Ron Flowers, William Foulkes, Trevor Smith, Duncan Edwards, Frank Blunstone, Johnny Haynes, R.Ayre, H.Hooper, John Atyeo
3 8 February 1955 - Scotland 0 England 6 [0-2]
Shawfield Park, Rutherglen, Glasgow
(19,179)
Atyeo, Blunstone, Haynes, Edwards (3) AW
England: Reg Matthews, Peter Sillett, Ron Flowers, William Foulkes, Trevor Smith, Duncan Edwards, Johnny Haynes, Frank Blunstone, H.Hooper, R.Ayre (Stan Anderson), John Atyeo
Season 1955-56
4 28 September 1955 - England 5 Denmark 1 [1-1]
Fratton Park, Frogmore Road, Southsea, Portsmouth (19,179)
Haynes (2), Robson, Stokes (2)
F Nielsen
HW
England: Reg Matthews, Peter Sillett, Graham Shaw, Stanley Anderson, Trevor Smith, Ronnie Clayton, A.Kaye, Bobby Robson, A.Stokes, Johnny Haynes, Frank Blunstone. 
5 8 February 1956 - England 3 Scotland 1 [1-0]
Hillsborough, Sheffield (39,736) under floodlights
Haynes (2), Harris
Hamilton
HW
England: Reg Matthews, Don Howe, Maurice Norman,  Ronnie Clayton, Trevor Smith, Duncan Edwards, A.Finney, Albert Quixall, J.Harris, Johnny Haynes, David Pegg.
Season 1956-57
6 26 September 1956 - Denmark 0 England 3 [0-0]
Idrætsparken, København (20,000)
Bloomfield, Blunstone, Hitchens AW
England: Alan Hodgkinson, Jimmy Armfield, Graham Shaw, Ronnie Clayton, Trevor Smith, R.Neal, Bryan Douglas, J.Bloomfield, Gerry Hitchens, A.Jeffrey, Frank Blunstone.
7 17 October 1956 - England 0 France 0 [0-0]
Ashton Gate, Ashton Vale, Bedminster, Bristol
(25,817) under floodlights
  HD
England: Alan Hodgkinson, Don Howe, Graham Shaw, Stanley Anderson, Trevor Smith, R.Neal, Bryan Douglas, A.Jeffrey (C.Booth), V.Groves, A.Cheesbrough, Alan A'Court.
The seventeen year-old Alick Jeffrey's second cap was marred by an accident nine minutes into this match. His right leg was fractured and the crack was heard by most of the watching crowd. This exciting new talent was forced to retire from the game, although he did achieve comeback years later.
8 26 February 1957 - Scotland 1 England 1 [1-1]
Ibrox Park, Copland Road, Ibroxholm, Glasgow
(14,000)
Crawford (pen)
Dyson
AD
England:  Alan Hodgkinson, Don Howe, Graham Shaw, Ronnie Clayton, Trevor Smith, R.Neal, A.Finney, Johnny Haynes, Brian Clough, J.Dyson, David Pegg.
9 19 May 1957 - Bulgaria 2 England 1 [1-1]
Stadion Vasil Levski, Sofia
(55,000)
Diev, Vladimirov
Clough
AL
England: Eddie Hopkinson, Jimmy Armfield, Graham Shaw, Stanley Anderson, Trevor Smith, R.Neal, Bryan Douglas, J.Bloomfield, Brian Clough, Derek Kevan, Alan A'Court.
10 26 May 1957 - Romania 0 England 1 [0-0]
Stadionul 23 August, Bucureşti (100,000)
Haynes AW
England: Eddie Hopkinson, Jimmy Armfield, Maurice Norman, Ronnie Clayton, Trevor Smith, Duncan Edwards, Bryan Douglas, D.Stevens, Derek Kevan, Johnny Haynes, David Pegg.
11 30 May 1957 - Czechoslovakia 0 England 2 [0-1]
Š
tadión Tehelné pole,
Bratislava, Slovakia (22,000)
Edwards (2) AW
England: Eddie Hopkinson, Jimmy Armfield, Maurice Norman, Ronnie Clayton, Trevor Smith, Duncan Edwards, Bryan Douglas, D.Stevens, Derek Kevan, Johnny Haynes, Alan A'Court.
Season 1957-58
12 25 September 1957 - England 6 Bulgaria 2 [3-0]
Stamford Bridge, Fulham Road, Fulham, London (56,391)
A'Court, Brabrook, Haynes (2), Greaves (2)
Debarsky (2)
HW
England: Eddie Hopkinson, Don Howe, G.Harris, M.Setters, Trevor Smith, S.Crowther, Peter Brabrook, Jimmy Greaves, Derek Kevan, Johnny Haynes, Alan A'Court.
13 16 October 1957 - England 3 Romania 2 [2-2]
Empire Stadium, Wembley, London (34,381)
Greaves (2), Curry
Ene, Georgescu
HW
England: Alan Hodgkinson, Jimmy Armfield, G.Harris, M.Setters, Trevor Smith, S.Crowther, Peter Brabrook, Jimmy Greaves, W.Curry, Ray Parry, Alan A'Court.
Jimmy Greaves' first goal came after fifty seconds.
14 15 January 1958 - England 3 Scotland 1 [2-1]
Goodison Park, Walton, Liverpool (19,327)
Murray, Greaves, Haynes
Young
HW
England: Eddie Hopkinson, Don Howe, G.Harris, M.Setters, Trevor Smith, S.Crowther, Peter Brabrook, Jimmy Greaves, J.Murray, J.Hayes, Alan A'Court.
15 23 April 1958 - Wales 2 England 1 [1-0]
The Racecourse Ground, Mold Road, Wrexham (20,000)
Leek, Orritt
Clough
AL
England: Alan Hodgkinson, Don Howe, G.Harris, M.Setters, Trevor Smith, J.Iley, H.Riley, J.Hayes, Brian Clough, Jimmy Greaves, Alan A'Court.
Season 1958-59
16 24 September 1958 - England 4 Poland 1 [4-1]
Hillsborough, Sheffield (38,525)
Charlton (3 (1 pen)), Greaves
Gadecki
HW
England: Alan Hodgkinson, Jimmy Armfield, Tony Allen, M.Setters, M.Scott, Wilf McGuiness, Peter Brabrook, Jimmy Greaves, Joe Baker, Bobby Charlton, Albert Scanlon.

x

Ron Greenwood
17 15 October 1958 - England 3 Czechoslovakia 0 [2-0]
Carrow Road, Norwich (38,000)
Charlton (2), Greaves HW
England: Alan Hodgkinson, Jimmy Armfield, Tony Allen, M.Setters, M.Scott, Wilf McGuiness, Peter Brabrook, Jimmy Greaves, Joe Baker, Bobby Charlton, Albert Scanlon.
18 18 March 1959 - France 1 England 1 [1-0]
Stade de Gerland, Lyon (12,000)
Cossou
Murray
AD
England: Eddie Hopkinson, Jimmy Armfield, Tony Allen, M.Setters, M.Scott, Wilf McGuiness, Albert Scanlon, Jimmy Greaves, J.Murray, Bobby Charlton, Ray Parry.
19 7 May 1959 - Italy 0 England 3 [0-2]
San Siro, Milan (75,000)
Parry, Pointer (2) AW
England: E.Macedo, Jimmy Armfield, Tony Allen, M.Setters, Trevor Smith, Tony Kay, Peter Brabrook, Jimmy Greaves, Ray Pointer, Ray Parry, Albert Scanlon.
20 10 May 1959 - West Germany 2 England 2 [0-2]
Ruhrstadion, Bochum (25,000)
Backhaus, Setters OG (Bachaus)
Kay, Robson
AD
England: E.Macedo, John Angus, Tony Allen, M.Setters, D.Pacey, Tony Kay, Peter Brabrook, J.Robson, P.Dobing, Ray Parry, Albert Scanlon.
Season 1959-60
21 23 September 1959 - England 0 Hungary 1 [0-1]
Goodison Park, Walton, Liverpool (54,587)
Rakosi HL
England: E.Macedo, George Cohen, Tony Allen, M.Setters, M.Scott, Wilf McGuiness, Peter Brabrook, Jimmy Greaves, Ray Pointer, Bobby Charlton, Eddie Holliday.
22 11 November 1959 - England 2 France 0 [0-0]
Roker Park, Roker, Sunderland (26,495)
Baker, Crowe HW
England: E.Macedo, George Cohen, Mick McNeil, M.Setters, Peter Swan, J.Smith, Chris Crowe, P.Dobing, Joe Baker, George Eastham, J.Sydenham.
23 2 March 1960 - Scotland 4 England 4 [3-1]
Ibrox Stadium, Glasgow (25,000)
St. John (2), Cousin, MacKay (pen)
Greaves (3), Eastham
AD
England: G.Marshall, George Cohen, Tony Allen, M.Setters, Peter Swan, Tony Kay, Chris Crowe, George Eastham, Bobby Charlton, Jimmy Greaves, J.Sydenham.
24 16 March 1960 - England 5 Netherlands 2 [1-1]
Hillsborough, Sheffield (21,163) under floodlights
Eastham (pen), Greaves, Baker (2), Paine
Prins (2)
HW
England: E.Macedo, George Cohen, Mick McNeil, M.Setters, Peter Swan, Tony Kay, Terry Paine, George Eastham, Joe Baker, Jimmy Greaves, Eddie Holliday.
25 15 May 1960 - GDR 1 England 4 [1-1]
Olympiastadion, Westend, Berlin (12,000)
Riese
Pointer, Holliday (2), Dobing
AW
England: E.Macedo, John Angus, Mick McNeil, M.Setters, Brian Miller, Tony Kay, Terry Paine, George Eastham, Ray Pointer, P.Dobing, Eddie Holliday.
26 18 May 1960 - Poland 2 England 3 [1-3]
Stadion Dziesięciolecia, Warszawa (30,000)
Kowula (pen), Myga
Eastham (pen)
, Mannion, Setters
AW
England: E.Macedo, John Angus, Mick McNeil, M.Setters, Brian Miller, Tony Kay, G.Mannion, George Eastham, Ray Pointer, P.Dobing, Eddie Holliday.
27 22 May 1960 - Israel A 4 England 0 [1-0]
The National Stadium, Ramat Gan, Tel Aviv (40,000)
Levy (2 (1 pen)), Glazer, Almani AL
England: E.Macedo, John Angus, Mick McNeil, M.Setters, Brian Miller, Tony Kay, G.Mannion, George Eastham, Ray Pointer, P.Dobing, Eddie Holliday.
Listed by the Israel Football Association as a full international.
Season 1960-61
u/o 21 September 1960 - England 5 Velje Boldklub (Denmark) 1 [n/k]
Maine Road, Manchester (n/k)
Baker, Charlton (2), Moore, Paine
Enoksen
HW
England: Gordon Banks, John Angus, Mick McNeil, M.Barber, Brian Labone, Bobby Moore, Terry Paine, Freddie Hill, Joe Baker, D.Burnside, Bobby Charlton.
England were scheduled to face the East German Under-23 side, who announced on Saturday 17th September that they could not procure the necessary travel documents and were subsequently unable to keep their appointment. The Danish club side were drafted in as replacements.
28 2 November 1960 - England 1 Italy 1 [1-1]
St James' Park, Gallowgate, Newcastle-upon-Tyne (15,064) - under floodlights
Baker (Anzolin OG)
Nicole
HD
England: E.Macedo, John Angus, Mick McNeil, Alan Mullery, Brian Labone, Bobby Moore, John Connelly, P.Dobing, Joe Baker, John Fantham, Bobby Charlton.
29 8 February 1961 - England 2 Wales 0 [1-0]
Goodison Park, Walton, Liverpool (27,235)
Crowe (pen), Moore HW
England: Gordon Banks, John Angus, Gerry Byrne, J.Kirkham, Brian Labone, Bobby Moore, H.Riley, Chris Crowe, Johnny Byrne, L.Allen, C.Clark.
30 1 March 1961 - England 0 Scotland 1 [0-0]
Ayresome Park, Linthorpe, Middlesbrough (21,858)
Law HL
England: Gordon Banks, George Cohen, Mick McNeil, J.Kirkham, Brian Labone, Bobby Moore, Peter Brabrook, P.Dobing, Johnny Byrne, Chris Crowe, Mick O'Grady.
31 15 March 1961 - England 4 West Germany 1 [1-1]
White Hart Lane, Tottenham, London (15,632) - under floodlights
Byrne, Paine, Hill, Shawcross
Strehl
HW
England: E.Macedo, George Cohen, L.Ashurst, F.Shawcross, J.McGrath, Bobby Moore, Terry Paine, Freddie Hill, Johnny Byrne, J.Barnwell, M.Harrison.
Season 1961-62
32 9 November 1961 - England 7 Israel 1 [3-1]
Elland Road, Leeds (12,419)
Farmer, S.Hill, Byrne (2), F.Hill (2), Harris
Levy
HW
England: Gordon West, J.Kirkup, G.Jones, Bobby Moore, Brian Labone, A.Deakin, S.Hill, Johnny Byrne, J.Farmer, Freddie Hill, Gordon Harris.
Listed by the Israel Football Association as a full international.
33 29 November 1961 - Netherlands 2 England 5 [1-1]
Stadion Feijenoord, Rotterdam (3,000)
Nunninga, Visschers
Farmer (3), Byrne, F.Hill
AW
England: P.Grummitt, J.Kirkup, G.Jones, Alan Mullery, Brian Labone, Bobby Moore, S.Hill, Johnny Byrne, J.Farmer, Freddie Hill, R.Le Flem.
34 28 February 1962 - Scotland 2 England 4 [0-3]
Pittodrie Stadium, Aberdeen (25,000)
Hunter, Hughes
Greaves (2),
Harrison (2)
AW
England: Peter Bonetti, John Angus, G.Jones, J.Crawford, M.Hinton, Bobby Moore, S.Hill, Freddie Hill, Johnny Byrne, Jimmy Greaves, M.Harrison.
35 22 March 1962 - England 4 Turkey 1 [1-0]
The Dell, Milton Road, The Common, Southampton (18,478)
F.Hill, Byrne (2), Paine
Ogun
HW
England: Peter Bonetti, J.Kirkup, G.Jones, Bobby Moore, M.Hinton, A.Deakin, S.Hill (Terry Paine), Freddie Hill, Johnny Byrne, D.Burnside, M.Harrison.
Season 1962-63
36 7 November 1962 - England 6 Belgium 1 [5-1]
Home Park, Plymouth (21,143)
Stokes, O'Grady, Peters (2), Suddick, Tambling
Persegael
HW
England: Peter Bonetti, Mick McNeil, G.Jones, Alan Mullery, M.Hinton, Martin Peters, A.Suddick, Freddie Hill, D.Stokes, Bobby Tambling, Mick O'Grady.
Bobby Tambling also missed a penalty.
37 28 November 1962 - England 5 Greece 0 [3-0]
St Andrew's, Birmingham (20,530)
Tambling (3 (1 pen)), Stokes, Hill HW
England: Peter Bonetti, Mick McNeil, G.Jones, Terry Venables, J.Sleeuwenhoek, Martin Peters, Ian Callaghan, Freddie Hill, D.Stokes, Bobby Tambling, H.Burrows.
38 21 March 1963 - England 0 Yugoslavia 0 [0-0]
Old Trafford, Stretford, Manchester (11,551)
  HD
England: Peter Bonetti, Ken Shellito, G.Jones, G.Cross, J.Sleeuwenhoek, A.Deakin, Ian Callaghan, Freddie Hill, J.Baker, Bobby Tambling, G.Harris.
39 29 May 1963 - Yugoslavia 2 England 4 [2-3]
Stadion JNA, Belgrade (25,000)
Zambata (2)
Hinton (3), Cross (pen)
AW
England: Peter Bonetti, George Cohen, R.Thomson, G.Cross, Brian Labone, A.Deakin, Ian Callaghan, Freddie Hill, D.Stokes, A.Suddick (C.Dobson), Alan Hinton.
40 2 June 1963 - Romania 1 England 0 [1-0]
Stadionul 23 August, Bucureşti (6,000)
Matei AL
England: Peter Bonetti, George Cohen, R.Thomson, G.Cross, Brian Labone, A.Deakin, Ian Callaghan, Freddie Hill (D.Stokes), Roger Hunt, C.Dobson, Alan Hinton,
Season 1963-64
41 13 November 1963 - England 1 Wales 1 [1-1]
Ashton Gate, Ashton Vale, Bedminster, Bristol (16,841)
Pickering
Jones
HD
England: P.Grummitt, R.Thomson, G.Jones, G.Cross, J.Talbut, Martin Peters, D.Wilson, J.Chisnall, Fred Pickering, Geoff Hurst, Alan Hinton.
42 27 November 1963 - England 4 West Germany 1 [2-1]
Anfield Road, Anfield, Liverpool (26,672)
Tambling (2), Chisnall (2)
Lechner
HW
England: P.Grummitt, R.Thomson, G.Jones, Martin Peters, J.Talbut, G.Cross, D.Wilson, Bobby Tambling, Fred Pickering, J.Chisnall, Peter Thompson.
43 5 February 1964 - England 3 Scotland 2 [2-2]
St James' Park, Gallowgate, Newcastle-upon-Tyne (34,932)
Pickering (3)
Provan (pen), Murdoch
HW
England: J.Montgomery, L.Badger, Keith Newton, Mike Bailey, J.Talbut, G.Cross, D.Wilson, Bobby Tambling, Fred Pickering, J.Chisnall, Peter Thompson.
44 8 April 1964 - France 2 England 2 [0-1]
Stade Robert Diochon, Rouen (15,000)
Combin (2 (1 pen))
Tambling, Chivers
AD
England: Peter Bonetti, Paul Reaney, R.Thomson, Mike Bailey, J.Talbut, G.Cross, B.Usher, Bobby Tambling, Geoff Hurst (Martin Chivers), J.Chisnall, Peter Thompson.
45 13 May 1964 - Hungary 2 England 1 [0-0]
Népstadion, Budapest (3,000)
Korsos, Newton OG
Tambling
AL
England: Peter Bonetti, L.Badger, Keith Newton, Mike Bailey, J.Talbut, G.Cross, D.Wilson, Bobby Tambling, Martin Chivers, Terry Venables, Alan Hinton.
46 17 May 1964 - Israel 0 England 4 [0-3]
Gaon Stadium, Jaffa, Tel Aviv (20,000)
Hinton (2), Tambling, Hurst AW
England: Peter Bonetti, L.Badger, Keith Newton, Mike Bailey, J.Talbut, G.Cross, D.Wilson, Bobby Tambling, Geoff Hurst, Terry Venables, Alan Hinton.
Listed by the Israel Football Association as a full international.
47 20 May 1964 - Turkey 3 England 0 [2-0]
Mithat Paşa
Stadyumu, Istanbul (15,000)
Candan, Ayhan, Turan AL
England: Peter Bonetti, L.Badger, Keith Newton (A.Deakin), Mike Bailey, J.Talbut, G.Cross, D.Wilson, Bobby Tambling, Geoff Hurst, Terry Venables, Alan Hinton.
Season 1964-65
48 4 November 1964 - Wales 2 England 3 [1-1]
The Racecourse, Mold Road, Wrexham (15,193)
Blore, Rees
Tambling (2), Chivers
AW
England: A.Rankin, L.Badger, Cyril Knowles, John Hollins, V.Mobley, Norman Hunter, D.Wilson, A.Bennett (Bobby Tambling), Martin Chivers, Alan Ball, J.Sissons.
49 25 November 1964 - England 5 Romania 0 [0-0]
Highfield Road, Coventry (27,476)
Jones, Murray, Ball, Hinton, Chivers HW
England: B.Glazier, L.Badger, R.Thomson, H.Newton, V.Mobley, Norman Hunter, A.Murray, Bobby Tambling (Martin Chivers), Mick Jones, Alan Ball, Alan Hinton.
50 24 February 1965 - Scotland 0 England 0 [0-0]
Pittodrie Stadium, Aberdeen (26,000)
  AD
England: B.Glazier, L.Badger, Paul Reaney, Nobby Stiles, V.Mobley, Norman Hunter, A.Murray, Martin Chivers, Mick jones, Alan Ball, J.Sissons.
51 7 April 1965 - England 0 Czechoslovakia 0 [0-0]
Elland Road, Leeds (8,533)
  HD
England: B.Glazier, L.Badger, R.Thomson, Tommy Smith, V.Mobley, H.Newton, A.Murray, Martin Chivers, Mick Jones, Alan Ball, G.Armstrong.
52 25 May 1965 - West Germany 1 England 0 [1-0]
Dreisamstadion, Freiburg (15,000)
Schulz AL
England: Gordon West, Paul Reaney, R.Thomson, Tommy Smith, V.Mobley, Nobby Stiles, A.Murray, Martin Chivers, Mick Jones, Alan Ball, G.Armstrong. 
53 29 May 1965 - Czechoslovakia 0 England 0 [0-0]
Stadion u Nisy, Liberec (6,000)
  AD
England: Gordon West, Paul Reaney, R.Thomson, John Hollins, V.Mobley, Tommy Smith, A.Murray, Alan Ball, Martin Chivers, Nobby Stiles, Bobby Tambling. 
54 2 June 1965 - Austria 0 England 0 [0-0]
Praterstadion, Prater, Wien (70,000)
  AD
Ball
England: Peter Bonetti, L.Badger, R.Thomson, John Hollins, V.Mobley, Tommy Smith, A.Murray, Bobby Tambling, Mick Jones (Martin Chivers), Alan Ball, G.Armstrong.
Season 1965-66
55 3 November 1965 - England 3 France 0 [1-0]
Carrow Road, Norwich (20,203)
Ball, Jones (2) HW
England: Alex Stepney, Chris Lawler, R.Thomson, John Hollins, V.Mobley, Tommy Smith, Peter Thompson, Alan Ball, Mick Jones, Martin Chivers, Mick O'Grady.
56 24 November 1965 - England 2 Yugoslavia 1 [1-0]
The Dell, Milton Road, The Common, Southampton (23,035)
Jones, Chivers
Dzajic
HW
England: Alex Stepney, Chris Lawler, R.Thomson, John Hollins, V.Mobley, Tommy Smith, G.Armstrong, Roger Hunt, Mick Jones, Martin Chivers, D.Rogers.
57 20 April 1966 - England 2 Turkey 0 [1-0]
Ewood Park, Ewood, Blackburn (9,251)
Armstrong (2) HW
England: Alex Stepney, L.Badger, R.Thomson, B.O'Neil, G.Cross, Martin Peters, Mike Summerbee, Roger Hunt, Mick Jones, A.Birchenhall, G.Armstrong.
Season 1966-67
58 12 October 1966 - England 8 Wales 0 [4-0]
Molineux, Waterloo Road North, St.Peter's, Wolverhampton (21,063)
Hollins (2),Knowles, Clarke (4), Coates HW
England: J.Farmer, R.Thomson, Cyril Knowles, John Hollins, A.Stephenson, R.Harris, Ralph Coates, J.Sammels, Allan Clarke, D.Ford, J.Sissons.
John Hollins' first goal came after only 85 seconds.
59 1 March 1967 - England 1 Scotland 3 [0-1]
St James' Park, Gallowgate, Newcastle-upon-Tyne (21,860)
T Smith (pen)
McCalliog, Cormack, J.Smith
HL
England: J.Montgomery, Paul Reaney, Cyril Knowles, John Hollins, Chris Lawler, Tommy Smith, B.Robson, D.Ford, David Sadler, Colin Harvey, Ian Storey-Moore. 
60 10 May 1967 - England 3 Austria 0 [2-0]
Boothferry Park, Hull (20,000)
Sammels, Hollins, Smith (pen) HW
England: J.Montgomery, Chris Lawler, R.Thomson, John Hollins, V.Mobley, Tommy Smith, Colin Harvey, J.Sammels, Mick Jones, Allan Clarke, Ian Storey-Moore (J.Husband).
61 31 May 1967 - Greece 0 England 0 [0-0]
Stadio Apostolos Nikolaidis, Athina (10,000)
  AD
England: J.Montgomery, P.Hindley, Cyril Knowles, J.Hurst, V.Mobley, Colin Harvey, Ralph Coates, J.Sammels, Allan Clarke, J.Husband, L.Barrett.

Jim Montgomery saved a 17th-minute penalty from Filiakouris, after a Cyril Knowles handball.

62 3 June 1967 - Bulgaria 1 England 1 [1-0]
Stadion Vasil Levski, Sofia (13,000)
Mitkov
Newton
AD
England: J.Montgomery, Tommy Wright, Cyril Knowles, J.Hurst, V.Mobley, Colin Harvey, Ralph Coates, J.Sammels, Allan Clarke, J.Husband, H.Newton.
63 7 June 1967 - Turkey 0 England 3 [0-1]
19 Mayıs Stadyumu, Ankara (25,000)
O'Rourke, Coates, Clarke AW
England: J.Montgomery, Tommy Wright, Cyril Knowles, J.Hurst, V.Mobley, Colin Harvey, Ralph Coates, J.Sammels, J.O'Rourke, Allan Clarke, H.Newton.
Season 1967-68
64 1 November 1967 - Wales 1 England 2 [0-1]
Vetch Field, Swansea (14,928)
Thomas
Osgood, Rogers
AW
England: Ray Clemence, L.Badger, Emlyn Hughes, H.Kendall, David Sadler, John Hollins, D.Rogers, P.Knowles, Peter Osgood, A.Birchenhall (D.Payne), Brian Kidd.
65 20 December 1967 - England 1 Italy 0 [0-0]
City Ground, Pavilion Road, Nottingham (14,304)
Chivers HW
England: P.Springett, Tommy Wright, Emlyn Hughes, Tommy Smith, A.Stephenson, H.Kendall, J.Sammels, P.Knowles, Brian Kidd, Martin Chivers, John Hollins.
66 7 February 1968 - Scotland 1 England 2 [0-1]
Hampden Park, Mount Florida, Glasgow (14,497)
Hood
Chivers, Marsh
AW
England: P.Springett, Tommy Wright, Emlyn Hughes, Tommy Smith, A.Stephenson, John Hollins, Colin Bell, Rodney Marsh, Brian Kidd, Martin Chivers, Peter Osgood.
67 1 May 1968 - England 4 Hungary 0 [2-0]
Goodison Park, Walton, Liverpool (17,935)
Chivers, Marsh, Royle, Bell HW
England: P.Springett, Tommy Wright, G.Pardoe, Colin Todd, A.Stephenson, Mike Doyle (Joe Royle), Colin Bell, Rodney Marsh, Peter Osgood, Martin Chivers, John Hollins.
68 25 May 1968 - Italy 1 England 1 [0-1]
Stadio Guiseppe Grezar, Trieste (18,000)
Gori
Kendall
AD
England: P.Springett, Tommy Wright, B.Shaw, Mike Doyle, A.Stephenson, R.Harris, J.Sammels, T.Baldwin, A.Birchenall, Martin Chivers, H.Kendall.
69 30 May 1968 - Hungary 1 England 0 [1-0]
Népstadion, Budapest (4,000)
Kocsis AL
England: R.Jones, Tommy Wright (L.Badger), B.Shaw, Mike Doyle, A.Stephenson, R.Harris, J.Sammels, Martin Chivers, Joe Royle, J.Sissons (Colin Todd), H.Kendall.
70 3 June 1968 - West Germany 0 England 1 [0-0]
Auestadion, Damaschkestraße, Kassel (22,000)
Birchenall AW
England: P.Springett, L.Badger, R.Harris, Mike Doyle, A.Stephenson, Colin Todd, J.Sammels, A.Birchenall, T.Baldwin, Martin Chivers, J.Sissons.
Season 1968-69
71 2 October 1968 - Wales 1 England 3 [1-1]
The Racecourse, Mold Road, Wrexham (11,084)
Mahoney
Greenhoff, Roberts OG, Knowles
AW
England: Peter Shilton, B.Bonds, C.Cattlin (J.Whitham), H.Kendall, S.Ellis, J.Hurst, John Radford, P.Knowles, J.Greenhoff, Colin Todd, J.Sissons.
72 13 November 1968 - England 2 Netherlands 2 [0-1]
St. Andrew's, Birmingham (24,258)
Radford, Hurst
Geels, Klijnjan
HD
England: Peter Shilton, B.Bonds, C.Cattlin H.Kendall (Colin Todd), Roy McFarland, J.Hurst, John Radford, Ralph Coates, J.Greenhoff, P.Knowles, A.Evans.
73 16 April 1969 - England 4 Portugal 0 [2-0]
Highfield Road, Coventry
(13,631)
Clarke (2), Sissons, Robson HW
England: Peter Shilton, W.Smith, G.Pardoe, Mike Doyle, T.Booth, David Sadler (David Nish), Ralph Coates, B.Robson, Allan Clarke, A.Evans, J.Sissons.
74 22 May 1969 - Netherlands 2 England 1 [2-0]
Adelaarshorst, Deventer
(14,500)
Mulder, Klijnjan
Kidd
AL
England: Peter Shilton, W.Smith, Emlyn Hughes, Mike Doyle, Roy McFarland, J.Hurst, John Radford (J.Greenhoff), Ralph Coates, Joe Royle, Brian Kidd, J.Sissons.
75 25 May 1969 - Belgium B 0 England 1 [0-0]
Albertparkstadion, Oostende
(11,000)
Royle AW
England: P.Springett, G.Pardoe, Emlyn Hughes, Mike Doyle, Roy McFarland, David Nish, Ralph Coates (Joe Royle), A.Evans, J.Greenhoff (Brian Kidd), J.Hurst, J.Sissons.
76 28 May 1969 - Portugal 1 England 1 [2-0]
Estádio do Professor Marcelo Caetano, Funchal, Madeira
(15,000)
Praia
Hughes
AD
England: Peter Shilton, W.Smith, G.Pardoe, Mike Doyle, Roy McFarland, David Nish, John Radford (Emlyn Hughes), A.Evans, Joe Royle, J.Hurst, J.Sissons.
Season 1969-70
77 1 October 1969 - England 2 Wales 0 [0-0]
Ashton Gate, Ashton Vale, Bedminster, Bristol (22,286)
Osgood, Currie HW
England: Peter Shilton, W.Smith, D.Parkin, Colin Todd, S.Ellis, David Nish, G.Pugh, Brian Kidd, Peter Osgood, Tony Currie, J.Aston.
78 22 October 1969 - England 2 USSR 0 [0-0]
Old Trafford, Stretford, Manchester (19,404)
Husband, Royle HW
England: Joe Corrigan, D.Parkin, Emlyn Hughes, Colin Todd, S.Ellis, J.Hurst, J.Husband, Peter Osgood, Joe Royle, Brian Kidd, David Nish.
79 4 March 1970 - England 3 Scotland 1 [1-0]
Roker Park, Roker, Sunderland (12,885) - abandoned after 62 min. Snow
Osgood (2), Kidd
Todd OG
HabW
England: Peter Shilton, W.Smith, D.Parkin, Colin Todd, Roy McFarland, David Nish, J.Husband, Alan Hudson, Peter Osgood (Joe Royle), Brian Kidd, Dave Thomas.
80 8 April 1970 - England 4 Bulgaria 1 [1-0]
Home Park, Plymouth (28,056)
Nish, Morgan (2), Currie
Mitkov
HW
England: Peter Shilton, W.Smith, D.Parkin, David Nish, Martin Dobson, Emlyn Hughes (P.Edwards), Dave Thomas, N.Piper, K.Dyson, Tony Currie, R.Morgan (C.Garland).
Season 1970-71
81 14 October 1970 - England 3 West Germany 1 [2-1]
Filbert Street, Leicester (24,757)
Royle, Robson, Kidd
Weiss
HW
England: Peter Shilton, P.Edwards, J.Robson, Colin Todd, Larry Lloyd, N.Piper, Dave Thomas, S.Kember, Joe Royle, Tony Currie (M.Bernard), Brian Kidd.
82 11 November 1970 - England 2 Sweden 0 [2-0]
Boothferry Park, Hull (17,650)
Kidd (2) HW
England: Ray Clemence, P.Edwards, J.Robson, Colin Todd, Larry Lloyd, David Nish, N.Piper, Brian Kidd (M.Bernard), Joe Royle, Mick Channon, Dave Thomas.
83 2 December 1970 - Wales 0 England 0 [0-0]
The Racecourse, Mold Road, Wrexham (16,367)
  AD
England: Ray Clemence, Mick Mills, David Nish, Colin Todd, Larry Lloyd, M.Bernard, A.Whitttle, Alan Hudson, I.Hutchinson, Mick Channon (K.Hibbitt), Dave Thomas.
84 24 February 1971 - Scotland 2 England 2 [2-0]
Hampden Park, Mount Florida, Glasgow (13,839)
Kelly, Robb
Lloyd, Currie
AD
England: Ray Clemence, D.Parkin, J.Robson, Colin Todd, Larry Lloyd, David Nish, N.Piper, Alan Hudson, I.Hutchinson, Mick Channon, Tony Currie.
The match was originally scheduled to be played at Aberdeen's Pittodrie Stadium, but a fire forced a change of venue.
John Blackley's penalty struck the crossbar. 
Season 1971-72
85 24 November 1971 - England 1 Switzerland 1 [0-0]
Portman Road, Ipswich (17,530)
Brooking
Muller
HD
England: Peter Shilton, Steve Whitworth, Frank Lampard, A.Gowling, T.Booth, Jeff Blockley, S.Kember, Mick Channon, Joe Royle, Trevor Brooking, Dave Thomas.
86 5 January 1972 - England 2 Wales 0 [0-0]
County Ground, Swindon (18,028)
Macdonald, Channon HW
England: Phil Parkes, Steve Whitworth, J.Robson, Colin Todd, T.Booth, Jeff Blockley, A.West, Mick Channon, Malcolm Macdonald, Ray Kennedy, Tony Currie.
87 16 February 1972 - England 2 Scotland 2 [1-1]
Baseball Ground, Shaftesbury Crescent, Derby (18,028)
Channon (2)
Dalglish (2)
HD
England: Phil Parkes, Mick Mills, J.Robson, Alan Hudson, T.Booth, Jeff Blockley, Kevin Keegan, Mick Channon, Malcolm Macdonald, Tony Currie, Dave Thomas.
88 22 March 1972 - England 0 GDR 1 [0-1]
Ashton Gate, Ashton Vale, Bedminster, Bristol (20,230)
Sparwasser HL
England: Phil Parkes, G.Nisbet, Frank Lampard, L.Cantello, Larry Lloyd, D.Jeffries, S.Kember, Mick Channon, Malcolm Macdonald, Alan Hudson, Kevin Keegan.
89 1 June 1972 - GDR 2 England 2 [1-2]
Ernst-Grube Stadion, Magdeburg (25,000)
Heidler, Sparwasser
Blockley, Keegan
AD
Keegan
England: Peter Shilton, Mick Mills, J.Robson, Jeff Blockley, Larry Lloyd, Tony Currie, Dave Thomas (T.Taylor), Steve Perryman, John Richards, Mick Channon, Kevin Keegan.
90 4 June 1972 - Poland 0 England 3 [0-0]
Stadion Dziesięciolecia, Warszawa (15,000)
Worthington, Richards, Currie AW
England: Peter Shilton, Frank Lampard, Mike Pejic, MIck Mills, Larry Lloyd, Jeff Blockley, Kevin Keegan, Steve Perryman, John Richards, Frank Worthington, Tony Currie.
91 7 June 1972 - USSR 0 England 0 [0-0]
Kiev Central Stadium, Kyiv, Ukraine (35,000)
  AD
England: Peter Shilton, Frank Lampard, Mike Pejic, MIck Mills (Tony Towers), Larry Lloyd, Jeff Blockley, Kevin Keegan, Steve Perryman, John Richards, Frank Worthington (Mick Channon), Tony Currie.
Season 1972-73
92 29 November 1972 - Wales 0 England 3 [0-3]
Vetch Field, Swansea (6,414)
Macdonald (3) AW
England: A.Stevenson, J.McDowell, Mike Pejic, L.Cantello, T.Taylor, Kevin Beattie, S.Barrowclough, D.Mortimer, Malcolm Macdonald, Charlie George, Tony Currie.
93 2 January 1973 - England 3 Netherlands 1 [2-1]
Arsenal Stadium, Highbury, London (11,867)
Whymark, Mortimer (2)
W. van der Kerkhof
HW
England: A.Stevenson, J.McDowell, Mike Pejic, L.Cantello, T.Taylor, Kevin Beattie, D.Mortimer, Trevor Whymark, Ray Kennedy, Charlie George, Tony Currie.
94 13 February 1973 - Scotland 1 England 2 [2-1]
Rugby Park, Kilmarnock (6,000)
Bone
Whymark, Barrowclough
AW
England: A.Stevenson, J.McDowell, Mike Pejic, D.Mortimer, Jeff Blockley, Kevin Beattie, S.Barrowclough, Steve Perryman, John Richards, Trevor Whymark, Tony Currie.
95 7 March 1973 - England 1 Czechoslovakia 0 [1-0]
Villa Park, Trinity Road, Aston, Birmingham (8,003)
George HW
England: A.Stevenson, J.McDowell, J.Robson, D.Mortimer, T.Taylor, W.Maddren, S.Barrowclough, Charlie George, David Johnson, Trevor Whymark, Tony Currie.
96 24 May 1973 - Denmark 1 England 1 [0-1]
Nøstved Stadion, Nøstved (8,000)
Dahl
Whymark
AD
England: Phil Parkes, J.McDowell, Mike Pejic, L.Cantello, Jeff Blockley, K.Lock, S.Barrowclough, Steve Perryman, Ray Kennedy, Trevor Whymark, Tony Towers.
97 29 May 1973 - Netherlands 1 England 0 [0-0]
de Geusselt, Maastricht (5,000)
de Jong AL
England: A.Stevenson, J.McDowell, Mike Pejic, L.Cantello, Jeff Blockley, K.Lock, D.Mortimer, Steve Perryman, David Johnson, Trevor Whymark (Ray Kennedy), S.Barrowclough.
Because of European Cup calls of Ajax players, it was agreed that the Netherlands team be allowed to include several players over the 23 for the match.
98 1 June 1973 - Czechoslovakia 3 England 0 [2-0]
Š
tadión Tehelné pole, Bratislava, Slovakia (8,000)
Svehlik (2), Melichar AL
England: Phil Parkes, J.McDowell, Mike Pejic (D.Rofe), L.Cantello, Jeff Blockley, K.Lock, D.Mortimer, Steve Perryman, David Johnson, Trevor Whymark (Ray Kennedy), Tony Towers.
Season 1973-74
99 16 October 1973 - England 0 Poland 0 [0-0]
Home Park, Plymouth
(18,230)
  HD
England: P.Latchford, J.McDowell, C.Sullivan, L.Cantello, T.Taylor, Kevin Beattie, Trevor Francis, Steve Perryman, David Johnson, Ray Kennedy (John Richards), Charlie George.
100 13 November 1973 - England 1 Denmark 1 [0-1]
Fratton Park, Frogmore Road, Southsea, Portsmouth
(15,611)
R.Latchford
Pettersen
HD
England: A.Stevenson, J.McDowell, C.Sullivan, L.Cantello, T.Taylor, W.Maddren, Trevor Francis, Steve Perryman (Dave Thomas), Bob Latchford, Gerry Francis, Charlie George (P.Fletcher).
101 16 January 1974 - England 0 Wales 0 [0-0]
Ashton Gate, Ashton Vale, Bedminster, Bristol
(3,117)
  HD
England: P.Latchford, G.Palmer, S.Mills, Terry McDermott, T.Taylor, Kevin Beattie, Trevor Francis, P.Fletcher, Bob Latchford, John Richards, Steve Perryman.
102 13 March 1974 - England 2 Scotland 0 [1-0]
St James' Park, Gallowgate, Newcastle-upon-Tyne
(4,511)
D.Mills, R.Latchford HW
England: A.Stevenson, J.McDowell (Alan Sunderland), Ian Gillard, Gerry Francis, T.Taylor, W.Maddren, B.Powell, D.Mills, Bob Latchford (R.Davies), Steve Perryman, Alan Hudson.

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103 11 May 1974 - Turkey 0 England 0 [0-0]
19 Mayıs Stadyumu, Ankara
(9,000) - abandoned at half-time, waterlogged pitch.
  AabD
England: A.Stevenson, J.McDowell, Ian Gillard, Gerry Francis, T.Taylor, Kevin Beattie, D.Mills, Alan Hudson, Bob Latchford, Steve Perryman, Dave Thomas.
104 15 May 1974 - Yugoslavia 1 England 0 [0-0]
Stadion Karađorđev Park, Zrenjanin
(4,000)
Vabec AL
England: M.Day, Steve Whitworth, Ian Gillard, Brian Greenhoff, T.Taylor, Kevin Beattie (W.Maddren), D.Mills (Gerry Francis), Alan Hudson, Bob Latchford, P.Fletcher (J.McDowell), Steve Perryman.
The regulations governing football at Under-23 level were ignored to enable Yugoslavia to play three players above the age limit.
105 19 May 1974 - France 2 England 2 [0-0]
Stade Georges Pompidou, Valence
(5,000)
Rampillion, Larque (pen)
Gillard, Fletcher
AD
England: A.Stevenson, Steve Whitworth, Ian Gillard, Gerry Francis, Kevin Beattie, W.Maddren, D.Mills, Alan Hudson (Brian Greenhoff), Bob Latchford (P.Fletcher), J.McDowell (M.Day), Dave Thomas.
In the closing minutes of the game, John McDowell was injured and the French protested when Tommy Taylor was substituted in his place. After considerable confusion, McDowell left the field injured and Mervyn Day was brought in in place of Alan Stevenson in goal. Stevenson then replaced McDowell as an outfield player.
Season 1974-75

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European Championship Preliminaries
106 29 October 1974 - England 3 Czechoslovakia 1 [2-0]
Selhurst Park, South Norwood, London
(22,799)
Taylor, Mills, Greenhoff
Slany (pen)
HW
England: A.Stevenson, John Gidman, Alan Kennedy, Steve Perryman, Mick Lyons, A.Dodd, Brian Greenhoff, D.Mills, David Johnson (R.Hankin), Peter Taylor, B.Powell.
107 19 November 1974 - Portugal 2 England 3 [0-2]
Estádio do Sport Lisboa e Benfica, Bairro Dona Leonor, Lisboa
(3,000)
A Kennedy OG, Gabriel
Johnson (2), Taylor
AW
Perryman
England: A.Stevenson, G.Palmer, Alan Kennedy, Steve Perryman, Mick Lyons, A.Dodd, M.Buckley (B.Powell), David Armstrong, David Johnson, Trevor Whymark, Peter Taylor.

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Friendies
108 18 December 1974 - Scotland 0 England 3 [0-1]
Pittodrie Stadium, Aberdeen
(14,141)
Tueart (2), Whitworth AW
England: M.Day, Steve Whitworth, Ian Gillard, Steve Perryman, Mick Lyons, A.Dodd, B.Powell, R.Hankin, Phil Boyer, S.Powell, Dennis Tuert.
109 21 January 1975 - Wales 0 England 2 [0-1]
The Racecourse Ground, Wrexham
(11,024)
Beattie, D Johnson AW
England: M.Day, Steve Whitworth, Phil Thompson, Colin Todd (Mick Lyons), Kevin Beattie, Steve Perryman, T.Towers, David Armstrong, R.Hankin, David Johnson, Ian Moores (Tony Morley).
Season 1975-76

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European Championship Preliminaries
110 28 October 1975 - Czechoslovakia 1 England 1 [1-0]
Š
tadión Antona Malatinského, Trnava, Slovakia
(4,000)
Kroupa
Taylor
AD
England: Phil Parkes, John Gidman, Alan Kennedy, A.Dodd, Mick Lyons, T.Towers, M.Buckley, D.Mills, Phil Boyer, Ian Moores (Peter Taylor), David Armstrong.
111 18 November 1975 - England 2 Portugal 0 [1-0]
Selhurst Park, South Norwood, London
(19,472)
Taylor, Mills HW
England: M.Day, John Gidman, Alan Kennedy, T.Towers, T.Taylor, A.Dodd, Ray Wilkins, Trevor Francis (D.Mills), David Johnson, Peter Taylor, David Armstrong.

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European Championship Quarter-finals
112 10 March 1976 - Hungary 3 England 0 [1-0]
Népstadion, Budapest
(22,000)
Nyilasi (2), Szabo AL
England: M.Wallington, John Gidman, Alan Kennedy, T.Towers, Phil Thompson, A.Dodd, Trevor Francis (D.Mills), David Johnson, J.Greenhoff, Alan Hudson, Gerry Francis.
113 23 March 1976 - England 3 Hungary 1 [1-1]
Old Trafford, Stretford, Manchester
(33,410)
Case, Hill, Paddon
Fekete
HW
England: M.Wallington, I.Nattrass, Alan Kennedy, Brian Greenhoff, K.Lock, Ray Wilkins, Steve Coppell, J.Case, Stuart Pearson, G.Paddon, Gordon Hill.

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