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Penalties Index

Penalties for England
Scored

Penalty kicks conceded
Penalty kicks prevented
Penalty kicks missed
Penalty kicks scored
Penalty kicks all

 

England Penalties by Numbers

 

Penalties Missed/Saved 32
Penalties Scored at Home 41
Penalties Scored Away 33
Penalties Scored 75
Penalties for England 107

 

Top England Penalty Scorers

 

Frank Lampard 9
Ron Flowers, Alan Shearer 6
David Beckham 5
Geoff Hurst, Gary Lineker 4
Alf Ramsey, Tom Finney, Bobby Charlton, Allan Clarke, Mick Channon, David Platt 3

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When the England Penalties were Scored

0-5 6-10 11-15 16-20 21-25 26-30 31-35 36-40 41-45 46-50 51-55 56-60 61-65 66-70 71-75 76-80 81-85 86-90 added
time
extra
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2 4 2 4 3 4 3 8 4 5 1 6 3 2 5 3 6 7 2 1 75

 

Penalties scored by England

-"If any player shall intentionally trip put on hold an opposing player, or deliberately handle the ball within twelve yards from his own goal-line, the referee shall, on appeal, award the opposing side a penalty kick, to be taken from any point twelve yards from the goal-line, under the following conditions:-All players, with the exception of the player taking the penalty kick and the opposing goal-keeper (who shall not advance more than six yards from the goal-line) shall stand at least six yards behind the ball. The ball shall be in play when the kick is taken, and a goal may be scored from the penalty kick." - 2 June 1891, Glasgow
 
"but the ball shall not be again played by the kicker until it has been played by another player. If necessary, time of play shall be extended to admit of the penalty kick being taken." - 13 June 1892, Llandudno

1900-01
18 March 1901, 6-0 vs. Wales,
St. James' Park, Gallowgate, Newcastle-upon-Tyne

Ernest Needham scored a 51st minute penalty kick against Leigh Roose, following a bad trip inside the line on Tip Foster after he managed to get straight through the Welsh defence.

-"A suitable mark shall be made opposite each goal-post, 18 yards from the goal-line, to assist the Referee in enforcing the regulations as regards the penalty kick under Law 14.". - 17 June 1901, Giant's Causeway

-"In the event of any intentional infringement of Law 10 by the defending side within the penalty area, the Referee shall award the opponents a penalty kick which shall be taken from the penalty kick mark under the following conditions ;—All players, with the exception of the player taking the penalty kick and the opponents' goal-keeper shall be outside the penalty area. The opponents' goal-keeper shall be within the goal area. The ball must be kicked forward. The ball shall be in play when the kick is taken, and a goal may be scored from a penalty kick ; but the ball shall not be again played by the kicker until it has been played by another player. If necessary, time of play shall be extended to admit of the penalty kick being taken. A free kick shall also be awarded to the opposite side if the ball is not kicked forward, or is played a second time by the player who takes the penalty kick, until it has been played by another player." - 16 June 1902, Scarborough

1907-08
13 June 1908, 4-0 vs. Bohemia,
Stadión Letná, Milady Horákové, Praha
George Hilsdon's second goal of the match was a 50th minute penalty kick against Miloslav Jenik.

1908-09
13 February 1909, 4-0 vs. Ireland,
Horton Park Avenue, Horton Park, Bradford
George Hilsdon's second goal of the match was an 87th minute penalty kick against William Scott.

1928-29
11 May 1929, 5-1 vs. Belgium,
Parc Duden Stadion, Forest, Bruxelles
George Camsell completed his hat-trick when he scored a 37th minute penalty kick against Jan de Bie.
15 May 1929, 3-4 vs. Spain, Estadio Metropolitano, Ciudad Universitaria, Madrid
Joe Carter ended his continental tour with four goals, the last apparently from the penalty spot. The Daily Telegraph stated that 28 minutes into the second half, England were awarded a penalty, which Carter converted to put England ahead.

1929-30
19 October 1929, 3-0 vs. Ireland,
Windsor Park, Donegall Avenue, Belfast
Ernie Hine scored a 37th min. penalty kick against Elisha Scott, after George Camsell was brought down in the area.

1930-31
16 May 1931, 4-1 vs. Belgium,
Stade du Daring Club de Bruxelles, Sint-Jans Molenbeek, Bruxelles
Eric Houghton's 42nd minute penalty kick was against Arnold Badjou, after Jaques Moeschal had handled the ball in the penalty area.

1937-38
21 May 1938, 1-2 vs. Switzerland,
Hardturm Sportplatz, Zürich
Cliff Bastin scored a 33rd minute penalty kick against Willy Huber.
26 May 1938, 4-2 vs. France, Stade Olympique Yves-du-Manoir, Colombes, Paris
Cliff Bastin scored the last goal of the match with an 85th minute penalty kick against Laurent Di Lorto.

1938-39
22 October 1938, 2-4 vs. Wales,
Ninian Park, Sloper Road, Cardiff
Debutant Tommy Lawton scores a 27th minute penalty against William John, after one of the Welsh defenders handled in the area. Lawton is the youngest player to score an England penalty.

1947-48
19 November 1947, 4-2 vs. Sweden,
Arsenal Stadium, Highbury, London
Tommy Lawton scored an 18th minute penalty kick against Torsten Lindberg.

1949-50
14 May 1950, 5-3 vs. Portugal,
Estádio Nacional, Lisboa
Tom Finney's first goal of four in this match was a 4th minute penalty against Ernesto de Oliveira.
14 May 1950, 5-3 vs. Portugal,
Estádio Nacional, Lisboa
Tom Finney's fourth goal in this match was a 72nd minute penalty against Ernesto de Oliveira, making it 5-3.

1951-52
28 November 1951, 2-2 vs. Austria,
Empire Stadium, Wembley, London
Alf Ramsey scored a 68th minute equalising penalty kick after Eddie Baily was felled in the penalty area, against Walter Zeman.

1953-54
21 October 1953, 4-4 vs. Rest of the World,
Empire Stadium, Wembley, London
Alf Ramsey scored a 89th minute penalty kick to secure a 4-4 draw, against the Yugoslavian keeper, Vladimir Beara.
25 November 1953, 3-6 vs. Hungary, Empire Stadium, Wembley, London
Alf Ramsey scored the last goal of this match with a 57th minute penalty kick, against Gyula Grosics.

1955-56
2 October 1955, 5-1 vs. Denmark,
Idrætsparken, København
Don Revie scored a 26th minute penalty kick, the first of two England penalties in this match, against Per Henriksen.

1958 World Cup Finals
8 June 1958, 2-2 vs. USSR,
Nya Ullevi Stadion, Heden, Göteborg
Tom Finney's 85th minute equalising penalty kick was his 29th goal for England, equalling Viv Woodward's record, against Lev Yashin.

1958-59
22 October 1958, 5-0 vs. USSR,
Empire Stadium, Wembley, London
Bobby Charlton scored an 84th minute penalty kick against Vladimir Belayev.
28 May 1959, 8-1 vs. USA,
Wrigley Field, Los Angeles
Bobby Charlton scored an 82nd minute penalty kick, his second goal of three, against Victor Ottoboni.

1959-60
9 April 1960, 1-1 vs. Scotland,
Hampden Park, Mount Florida, Glasgow
Bobby Charlton scored a 49th minute equalizing penalty kick against Frank Haffey.

1960-61
10 May 1961, 8-0 vs. Mexico,
Empire Stadium, Wembley, London

Ron Flowers scored a 59th minute penalty kick against Antonio Mota.

1961-62
4 April 1962, 3-1 vs. Austria,
Empire Stadium, Wembley, London

Ron Flowers scored a 38th (tbc) minute penalty kick against Gernot Fraydl.

20 May 1962, 4-0 vs. Peru,
Estadio Nacional Coloso de José Díaz
, Lima

Ron Flowers scored a 15th minute penalty kick against Rodolfo Bazan.

1962 World Cup Finals
31 May 1962, 1-2 vs. Hungary,
Estadio Braden Copper Co., Rancagua
Ron Flowers scored a 60th minute equalising penalty kick against Gyula Grosics.
2 June 1962, 3-1 vs. Argentina, Estadio Braden Copper Co., Rancagua
Ron Flowers scored a 17th minute penalty kick against Antonio Roma.

1962-63
3 October 1962, 1-1 vs. France,
Hillsborough, Sheffield

Ron Flowers scored a 57th minute equalising penalty kick against Pierre Bernard.

1967-68
21 October 1967, 3-0 vs. Wales,
Ninian Park, Sloper Road, Cardiff
Alan Ball's 89th minute penalty kick was against Gary Sprake.

1968-69
12 March 1969, 5-0 vs. France,
Empire Stadium, Wembley, London
Geoff Hurst's first of two penalty kicks came after 48 minutes, against Georges Carnus.
12 March 1969, 5-0 vs. France,
Empire Stadium, Wembley, London
Geoff Hurst's second penalty kick, and England's fifth goal of the match, came after 80 minutes, against Georges Carnus.
3 May 1969, 3-1 vs. Northern Ireland,
Windsor Park, Donegall Avenue, Belfast
Geoff Hurst's third penalty kick in two matches was successfully converted after 74 minutes past Pat Jennings.
10 May 1969, 4-1 vs. Scotland, Empire Stadium, Wembley, London
Geoff Hurst's fourth penalty kick in his third match in a row after 60 minutes restores England's lead, against James Herriot.

1970 World Cup Finals
11 June 1970, 1-0 vs. Czechoslovakia
,
Estadio Jalisco, Guadalajara
Allan Clarke's 49th minute penalty kick was the only goal of the game against Ivo Viktor.

1970-71
12 May 1971, 5-0 vs. Malta,
Empire Stadium, Wembley, London
Allan Clarke scored a 47th minute penalty kick against Vincent Borg-Bonaci or substitute Alfred Mizzi.

1973-74
17 October 1973, 1-1 vs. Poland,
Empire Stadium, Wembley, London
Allan Clarke scored a 63rd minute equalising penalty kick against Jan Tomaszewski.

1975-76
11 May 1976, 4-0 vs. Northern Ireland,
Wembley Stadium, London
Mick Channon's first goal of his double was a 36th minute penalty kick against Pat Jennings.

1976-77
30 March 1977, 5-0 vs. Luxembourg,
Wembley Stadium, London
Mick Channon's second goal of his double, and England's fifth goal, was an 81st minute penalty kick against Raymond Zenda.
4 June 1977, 1-2 vs. Scotland,
Wembley Stadium, London
Mick Channon's third successful conversion in over a year was an 87th minute penalty kick against Alan Rough.

1977-78
24 May 1978, 4-1 vs. Hungary
, Wembley Stadium, London
Right-back
Phil Neal scored a 29th minute penalty kick against Sandor Gujdar.

1980-81
10 September 1980, 4-0 vs. Norway
, Wembley Stadium, London
Terry McDermott's second goal of his double was a 75th minute penalty kick against Tom Rusz Jacobsen.
6 June 1981, 3-1 vs. Hungary, Népstadion, Budapest
Kevin Keegan's twentieth England goal was a 73rd minute penalty kick against Bela Katzirz.

1982-83
23 February 1983, 2-1 vs. Wales
, Wembley Stadium, London
Phil Neal's 78th minute penalty kick was the decisive goal against Neville Southall.

1985-86
26 February 1986, 2-1 vs. England
, The National Stadium, Ramat Gan, Tel Aviv
Bryan Robson scored both of England's goals, his second was an 86th minute penalty kick against Avi Ran.

1990 World Cup Finals
1 July 1990, 3-2 vs. Cameroon,
Stadio San Paolo, Fuorigrotta, Napoli
Gary Lineker scored an 82nd minute equalising penalty kick against Thomas Nkono. Benjamin Massing had brought down Lineker as he entered the penalty area.

1 July 1990, 3-2 vs. Cameroon,
Stadio San Paolo, Fuorigrotta, Napoli
Gary Lineker scored a 106th minute decisive penalty kick, and England's only ever Extra-time penalty kick against Thomas Nkono. Nkono had brought Lineker down as the striker knocked the ball past him.

1990-91
17 October 1990, 2-0 vs. Poland,
Wembley Stadium, London

Gary Lineker scored a 39th minute opening penalty kick against Józef Wandzik.

6 February 1991, 2-0 vs. Cameroon,
Wembley Stadium, London
Gary Lineker scored a 20th minute opening penalty kick, his first of two goals, against Joseph-Antoine Bell.
21 May 1991, 3-1 vs. USSR, Wembley Stadium, London
David Platt scored a 43rd minute penalty kick, his first of two goals, against Aleksandr Uvarov.

1993-94
17 May 1994, 5-0 vs. Greece,
Wembley Stadium, London
David Platt scored a 44th minute penalty kick, his first of two goals, against Christos Karkamanis.

1994-95
3 June 1995, 2-1 vs. Japan,
Wembley Stadium, London
David Platt scored an 87th minute penalty kick against Kazuya Maekawa.

1996 European Championship Finals
18 June 1996, 4-1 vs. Netherlands,
Wembley Stadium, London
Alan Shearer scored a 22nd minute penalty kick, his first of two goals, against Edwin van der Sar.

1996-97
29 March 1997, 2-0 vs. Mexico,
Wembley Stadium, London
Teddy Sheringham scored a 19th minute penalty kick against Adolfo Rios.

1998 World Cup Finals
30 June 1998, 2-2 vs. Argentina,
Stade Geoffroy-Guichard, Saint-Étienne, France
Alan Shearer scored a 10th minute penalty kick against Carlos Roa.

1998-99
14 October 1998, 3-0 vs. Luxembourg,
Stade Josy Barthel, Stad Lëtzebuerg
Alan Shearer scored a 38th minute penalty kick against Paul Koch.
28 April 1999, 1-1 vs. Hungary,
Népstadion, Budapest
Alan Shearer scored a 21st minute penalty kick against Gábor Király.

1999-2000
4 September 1999, 6-0 vs. Luxembourg,
Wembley Stadium, London
Alan Shearer scored a 12th minute penalty kick, the first of his hat-trick, against Philippe Felgen.

2000 European Championship Finals
20 June 2000, 2-3 vs. Romania,
Stade Communal, Charleroi, Belgium
Alan Shearer scored a 40th minute penalty kick, his last ever goal (30th) in his last-ever international, against Bogdan Stelea.

2001-02
10 November 2001, 1-1 vs. Sweden,
Old Trafford, Stretford, Manchester
David Beckham scored a 28th minute penalty kick against Magnus Hedman.

2002 World Cup Finals
7 June 2002, 1-0 vs. Argentina,
Sapporo Dōmu, Toyohira-ku, Sapporo-shi, Japan
David Beckham scored a 44th minute penalty kick against Pablo Cavallero.

2002-03
2 April 2003, 2-0 vs. Turkey,
Stadium of Light, Sunderland
David Beckham scored a 90th+1 minute penalty kick against Rüstü Reçber.

11 June 2003, 2-1 vs. Slovakia,
The Riverside Stadium, Middlehaven, Middlesbrough
Michael Owen scored a 62nd minute penalty kick against Miroslav König.

2003-04
20 August 2003, 3-1 vs. Croatia,
Portman Road, Ipswich
David Beckham scored a 10th minute penalty kick against Stipe Pletikosa. Awarded after Josip Šimunić outstretched arm handled a Beckham cross, intended for Michael Owen.
6 September 2003, 2-1 vs. FYR Macedonia,
Gradski Stadion, Karpoš, Skopje
David Beckham scored a 63rd minute penalty kick against Petar Milosevski, after John Terry was tripped in the box by Aguinaldo Braga.

2005-06
8 October 2005, 1-0 vs. Austria,
Old Trafford, Stretford, Manchester
Frank Lampard scored a 25th minute penalty kick against Jürgen Macho. Paul Scharner had been holding down Michael Owen in the penalty area that led to the decision.

2007-08
21 November 2007, 2-3 vs. Croatia,
The National Stadium, Wembley, London
Frank Lampard scored a 56th minute penalty kick against Stipe Pletikosa, after Josip Šimunić held back Jermain Defoe from meeting a Joe Cole cross.

2008-09
6 June 2009, 4-0 vs. Kazakhstan,
Ortalyk Tsentralnyi Stadium, Almaty
Frank Lampard scored a 77th minute penalty kick against Aleksandr Mokin. Rinat Abdulin pulled back Emile Heskey as he tried to reach the rebounded shot.

2009-10
5 September 2009, 2-1 vs. Slovenia,
The National Stadium, Wembley, London
Frank Lampard scored a 31st minute penalty kick against Samir Handanovič. Boštjan Cesar had apparently brought down Wayne Rooney, Cesar was cautioned and substituted three minutes later.
9 September 2009, 5-1 vs. Croatia,
The National Stadium, Wembley, London
Frank Lampard scored a 7th minute penalty kick against Vedran Runje. Josip Šimunić tripped Theo Walcott as he sped past him running across the penalty area.

2010-11
26 March 2011, 1-0 vs. Wales,
Millennium Stadium, Cardiff

Frank Lampard scored a 7th minute penalty kick against Wayne Hennessey. James Collins tumbled into Ashley Young as he dribbled into the penalty area.
4 June 2011, 2-2 vs. Switzerland,
The National Stadium, Wembley, London
Frank Lampard scored a 37th minute penalty kick against Diego Benaglio. Johan Djourou-Gbadjere had brought down Jack Wilshire in the penalty area. Wilshere had tapped the ball away as he went over Djorou-Gbadjere's leg. The Swiss defender was cautioned, not for the foul, but for complaining about the awarded penalty.

2012-13
7 September 2012, 5-0 vs. Moldova, Zimbru Stadium, Botanica, Chişinău
 Frank Lampard scored a 3rd minute penalty kick against Stanislav Namaşco. Lampard's eighth successful conversion and England's 100th ever penalty. Tom Cleverley's shot was prevented from reaching its destination because of Simion Bulgaru's arm.
11 September 2012, 1-1 vs. Ukraine, The National Stadium, Wembley, London
 Frank Lampard scored an 87th minute penalty kick against Andriy Pyatov. Lampard's ninth successful conversion. Danny Welbeck's chip was prevented from reaching its destination because of Yevhen Khacheridi's forearm.
12 October 2012, 5-0 vs. San Marino, The National Stadium, Wembley, London
Wayne Rooney's 35th minute penalty is his first for England, after the San Marino goalkeeper brought down Danny Welbeck. Rooney duly despatched the ball past Simoncini.
 
2013-14
11 October 2013, 4-1 vs. Montenegro,
The National Stadium, Wembley, London
Daniel Sturridge's injury time penalty was awarded after Danny Welbeck ran into the penalty area and was taken down by Ivan Kecojević on the goalline. Sturridge side-footed the kick past Poleksić.

2014-15
3 September 2014, 1-0 vs. Norway,
The National Stadium, Wembley, London
New captain
Wayne Rooney dispatched his powerful penalty after 68 minutes against Ørjan Nyland, after Omar Elabdellaoui outstretched reaching Raheem Sterling, but only brought him down.


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