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1850 Charles Morice born in Hyde Park
1861 John Dixon born in Grantham


1898
Alexis Baillon dies in West Bridgford aged 51
1906
Harry Hibbs born in Tamworth





1934
Bryan Douglas born in Blackburn


1880
Charles Smith marries Lizzie Cooper in Sydenham
1888 Robert King ordained in Lincoln Cathedral


1926
postponed France vs. England in Paris
 Fanny Walden rejoins Northampton Town FC
1929 Bill Brown signs for Fulham FC
 Jack Alderson joins Exeter City FC
1931 FA Tour of Canada Québec 0 England 11

1935 Jack Hacking now Accrington Stanley FC's manager
 Bernard Middleditch fined for having a defective car
1937 amateur Hawke's Bay & Poverty Bay 0 England 12
1939 FA Tour of South Africa West.Province 1 England 6
1944 Cliff Britton marries Bridget Moores in Ringmer
1946 Jack Barker effective manager at Bradford City
1947 Eric Stephenson's benefit match
 Johnny Arnold fined for speeding
1950 FA Tour of Canada Saskatoon 1 England 19
1952 England team chosen to face Switzerland
1958 FA Tour of Nigeria Ashanti 3 England 5
1959 amateur West Germany 2 England 0 in Siegen
1961 run of eight matches unbeaten without defeat ends

End-of-Season European Tour match
350 Saturday, 27 May 1961 - Austria 3 England 1 [2-1]
Praterstadion, Wien (90,000)
Hof, Nemec, Senekowitsch
Greaves
AL

1962 Kelly Houlker dies in Blackburn aged 90  
1964 Fred Pickering is the last player to score a hattrick on his debut

End-of-Season Tour match
379 Wednesday, 27 May 1964 - USA 0 England 10 [0-3]
Downing Stadium, New York City (5,062)
Hunt (4), Pickering (3), Paine (2), R.Charlton AW

   
1967 Alf Ramsey's fiftieth match in charge
 Paul Gascoigne born in Gateshead

End-of-Season European Tour match
415 Saturday, 27 May 1967 - Austria 0 England 1 [0-1]
Praterstadion, Wien (50,000)
Ball AW

1971 Lee Sharpe born in Halesowen 1971 representative Moscow 2 Rest of the World 2
1972 England's first victory at Hampden for six years

Home International Championship
463 Saturday, 27 May 1972 - Scotland 0 England 1 [0-1]
Hampden Park, Glasgow (119,325/415)
Ball AW

   
1973 England wear yellow shirts for the first time.

Friendly match
471 Sunday, 27 May 1973 -
Czechoslovakia 1 England 1 [0-0]
Stadión Letná, Praha (22,000)
Novák
Clarke
AD




1988
Scott Loach born in Nottingham
1981 youth Scotland 1 England 0 in Aachen
1984
UEFA Group 3 Finland 1 Northern Ireland 0
        youth USSR 1 England 1 in Moscow
1989 Steve Bull is the first Third Division player since 1976

Rous Cup natch
646 Saturday, 27 May 1989 - Scotland 0 England 2 [0-1]
Hampden Park, Glasgow (63,282)
Waddle, Bull AW

  1990 under 21 final Czechoslovakia 1 England 2 in Toulon
1991
under 21 Senegal 1 England 2 in Arles
1998 Michael Owen becomes youngest goalscorer
King Hassan II International Cup France 1 Belgium 0

King Hassan II International Cup match
745 Wednesday, 27 May 1998 - Morocco 0 England 1 [0-0]
Complexe Sportif Mohamed V, Casablanca
(80,000)
Owen AW

   
2000 England avoid a Brazilian defeat for first time in 7 years
under 21 Italy 2 England 0 at Tehelné pole

Friendly match
766 Saturday, 27 May 2000 - England 1 Brazil 1 [1-1]
Wembley Stadium, Wembley (73,956)
Owen
França
HD

  2006 Signal 1/Signal 2's Standing Together enters chart
2009 under 19 England 2 Bos. Herzegovina 0 at Keepmoat
2011
Switzerland name squad to face England
 
Nigel Reo-Coker released by Aston Villa FC
 Lee Bowyer released by Birmingham City FC
2012
under 19 England 1 Montenegro 1 at Spotland
2015
Rio Ferdinand released by Queen's Park Rangers FC
 Joey Barton also released by Queen's Park Rangers FC
2016 England return to Sunderland for first time in 13 years
Marcus Rashford becomes the youngest debutant to score
under 21 England 1 Japan 0 in Toulon

Friendly match  
954 Friday, 27 May 2016 - England 2 Australia 1 [1-0]
Stadium of Light, Sunderland (46,595)
Smalling HW

  2019 England name their Nations League Finals squad
 Netherlands name their Nations League Finals squad

Opposition On This Day


1929 Reg Davies (Wales) born
1960 official Alan Wiley (Burntwood) born
1977 Atsushi Yanagisawa (Japan) born
1979 Mile Sterjovski (Australia) born
1981 Johan Elmander (Sweden) born
1983 Bobby Convey (USA) born
1986 Andrč Schembri (Malta) born
1988 Celso Borges (Costa Rica)
& Birkir Bjarnasson (Iceland) born
1989 Ivan Morozov (Estonia)
& Innocent Emeghara (Switzerland) born
1990 Jonas Hector (Germany) born
1991 Lorenzo Buscarini (San Marino) born
1909 Guillermo Eizaguirre (Spain manager) born
1926
Kees Rijvers (Netherlands manager) born
England's Record on 27th May
Type P W D L F A GD FTS CS FAv AAv Pts % W/L
Home 2 1 1 0 3 2 +1 0 0 1.50 1.00 75.0 +1
Away 7 5 1 1 17 4 +13 0 5 2.429 0.571 78.6 +4
Total 9 6 2 1 20 5 +15 0 5 2.222 0.556 77.8 +5
 

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