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7th June

England in
8th June

9th June
End of Season Tour match
96 Spring Bank Holiday Monday, 8 June 1908 -
Austria 1 England 11
[0-5]
Hohe Warte Stadion, Wien
(5,000)
Hirschl
Woodward (4), Windridge, Rutherford, Bradshaw (3), Warren, Bridgett
AW

1909 Billy Furness born in Washington







1931
John Dixon dies in Nottingham aged 70

1910
FA Tour of Sth Africa Orange Province 0 England 4
1912 twenty-seventh IFAB meeting held in Aberystwyth
1914 Archie Rawlings joins Rochdale AFC
 Frank Jefferis marries Beatrice Baker on Isle of Wight
1918 wartime Scotland 2 England 0 at Parkhead
1925 FA Tour of Australia New South Wales 1 England 4
1929 FA Tour of South Africa Natal Province 0 England 3
1931
FA Tour of Canada Regina 1 England 6
1932
Ted Hufton signs for Watford FC
1937 George Blackburn trains Birmingham FC youth side
1938 Jackie Bestall appointed as a Birmingham FC coach
1940 Fred Worrall's wife, May, dies
1945 Norman Bullock appointed as Bury FC manager
1949 Len Goulden appointed Chelmsford City FC manager
1953 England play in USA for the first time and under floodlights for first time

Early Summer American Tour match  
280 Monday, 8 June 1953 - USA 3 England 6 [0-1]
Yankee Stadium, New York
(7,271)
Decker (2), Athineos (pen)
Broadis, Finney (2), Lofthouse (2), R.Froggatt
AW

   
1958 Tom Finney becomes the oldest World Cup goalscorer as he scores England's first penalty after five missed
First Phase Pool Four Brazil 3 Austria 0

World Cup Finals match
322 Sunday, 8 June 1958 - England 2 USSR 2 [0-1]
Nya Ullevi Stadion, Göteborg (49,348)
Kevan, Finney (pen)
Simonian, A.Ivanov
ND


   
1968 England gain third place in the European Championship Finals
European Championships Final Italy 1 Yugoslavia 1

European Championship Finals Third Place play-off match  
425 Saturday, 8 June 1968 - England 2 USSR 0 [1-0]
Stadio Olimpico, Roma (68,817)
R.Charlton, Hurst NW

   
1969 England win in Uruguay for first time

Tour of Central/South America match  
434 Sunday, 8 June 1969 - Uruguay 1 England 2 [0-1]
Estadio Centenario, Montevideo (54,161 to 70,000)
Cubilla
Lee, Hurst
AW

  1975 UEFA Group 1 Cyprus 0 Portugal 2
1977 Les Cocker takes charge of the team while Revie was in UAE
UEFA Group 7 Finland 0 Italy 3

Tour of South America match
512 Wednesday, 8 June 1977 - Brazil 0 England 0 [0-0]
Estádio Jornalista Mário Filho, Rio de Janeiro (77,000)
  AD

  1981 Clive Allen joins Queen's Park Rangers FC for £0.7m
1982
Tony Woodcock joins Arsenal FC for £500,000
1991 England's final match with New Zealand

Summer Tour of Oceania match
675 Saturday, 8 June 1991 -
New Zealand 0 England 2 [0-1]
Athletic Park, Wellington
(12,000)
Pearce, Hirst AW


1993
John Atyeo dies in Warminster aged 61
1992 David Platt completes his signing with Juventus FC
1995 England play away from Wembley for the fist time since 1966
under 21 Malaysia 0 England 2 at Six-Fours-les-Plages

Umbro Cup match
712 Thursday, 8 June 1995 - England 3 Sweden 3 [1-2]
Elland Road, Leeds
(32,008)
Sheringham, Platt, Anderton
Mild (2), K.Andersson
HD

   
1996 England host their first Finals match for thirty years

European Championship Finals match
722 Saturday, 8 June 1996 - England 1 Switzerland 1 [1-0]
Wembley Stadium, Wembley (72,000/76,567)
Shearer
Türkyilmaz (pen)
HD



2001
Don Roper (unused sub) dies in Southampton aged 78
1997 Tournoi de France Italy 3 Brazil 3
1999 under 21 Bulgaria 0 England 1 at Vratza

2002 The England Boys' Go England, Ant & Dec's We're On The Ball, DJ Otzi's Hey Baby and Babe Team's Over There all enter the chart
2003 youth England 2 Spain 0 in Lisbon
2004
Peter Crouch joins Southampton FC for £2m
2005 under 20 France 0 England 0 in Toulon
2006 Nigel Martyn retires from playing
2009 under 21 England 7 Azerbaijan 0 at Stadium MK
2010 England due to play Thailand
2011 Carl Jenkinson joins Arsenal FC for £1.2m
2013 under 21 England 1 Norway 3 in Petah Tikva
2015 Danny Ings signs for Liverpool FC
 Darren Bent rejoins Derby County FC as a free agent
2017 under 21 England 3 Scotland 0 at Fos-sur-Mer
        under 20 semi-final Italy 1 England 3 in Jeonju
2018 under 21 final Mexico 1 England 2 in Martigues

Opposition On This Day
1903 Harold Duggan (Ireland) born
1914 René Gérard (France) born
1919 Gerry Bower (Ireland) born
1936 Bill Humphries (Northern Ireland) born
1944 David Craig (Northern Ireland) born

1963 official Toru Kamikawa (Japan) born in Kagoshima
1974 Vladimír Labant (Slovakia) born
1979 official Norbert Hauata (Tahiti) born
1981 Milciades Saldivar (Paraguay) born
1982 Alessandro Della Valle (San Marino) born
1984 Max Pereira (Uruguay) born
1988 Kamil Grosicki (Poland) born





1955
Jose Camacho (Spain player & manager) born







2019
Ljubiša Tumbaković (Montengro manager) sacked

 

England's Record on 8th June
Type P W D L F A GD FTS CS FAv AAv Pts % W/L
Home 2 0 2 0 4 4 =0 0 0 2.00 2.00 50.0 =0
Away 5 4 1 0 21 5 +16 1 2 4.20 1.00 90.0 +4
Neutral 2 1 1 0 4 2 +2 0 1 2.00 1.00 75.0 +1
Total 9 5 4 0 29 11 +18 1 2 3.222 1.222 77.8 +5
 

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