Match No. 208 - Saturday, 17th April 1937
- Frank O'Donnell, 47'
- Bob McPhail, 80'
- Bob McPhail, 88'
- Jerry DawsonJames Dawson.
Born 30th Oct 1909, Falkirk.
- Andrew AndersonAndrew Smellie Anderson.
Born 21st Feb 1909, Airdrie.
- Andy BeattieAndrew Beattie.
Born 11th Aug 1913, Kintore.
- Alex MassieAlexander Massie.
Born 13th Mar 1906, Glasgow.
- Jimmy SimpsonJames McMillan Simpson.
Born 29th Oct 1908, Ladybank.
- George BrownGeorge Clark Phillips Brown.
Born 7th Jan 1907, Glasgow.
- Jimmy DelaneyJames Delaney.
Born 3rd Sep 1914, Cleland.
- Tommy WalkerThomas Walker.
Born 26th May 1915, Livingston.
- Frank O'DonnellFrancis Joseph O'Donnell.
Born 31st Aug 1911, Buckhaven.
- Bob McPhailRobert Lowe McPhail.
Born 25th Oct 1905, Barrhead.
- Dally DuncanDouglas Duncan.
Born 14th Oct 1909, Aberdeen.
- Assist: Ronnie Starling. Britton started the movement and gave the ball to Starling. Starling dribbled a little and seemed about to pass out to Johnson, certainly the defence expected it but suddenly he changed his direction and put the ball along the ground to Steele, who ran on to it and, from some 10 yards range, crashed it past Dawson. Freddie Steele1st of 8 goals. , 40'
- Vic WoodleyChelsea, 1st of 19 caps
27 years, 1 month, 19 days
- George MaleArsenal, 13th of 19 caps
26 years, 11 month, 9 days (c)3rd captaincy
- Sam BarkasMan City, 2nd of 5 caps
27 years, 3 months, 19 days
- Alf YoungHuddersfield, 3rd of 9 caps
31 years, 5 months, 13 days
- Jackie BrayMan City, 6th of 6 caps
27 years, 11 month, 25 days
- Raich CarterSunderland, 6th of 13 caps
23 years, 3 months, 27 days
- Joe JohnsonStoke City, 2nd of 5 caps
26 years, 0 months, 13 days
- Attendance RecordAlthough it no longer holds the world record it is still the largest ever crowd to watch an international match in Europe.
- Match InfoFor the first time the England players wore numbers on the back of their shirts.
- Player MilestoneVic Woodley's 1st Cap
- Player MilestoneJackie Bray's Last Cap
- Player MilestoneRonnie Starling's Last Cap
- Goal MilestoneFreddie Steele's 1st Goal
- The Times "England beaten at Glasgow", Monday 19th April 1937, Page 5
- Ireland William McLean
- Down 2 places, losing -23 ranking points to 1912 points England - 8th - 2
- Scotland - 3rd