Match No. 215 - Saturday, 9th April 1938

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    • 1
    • Vic WoodleyChelsea, 8th of 19 caps
      28 years, 1 month, 11 day
    • 3
    • Eddie HapgoodArsenal, 20th of 30 caps
      29 years, 6 months, 15 days
      (c)11th captaincy
    • 4
    • Ken WillinghamHuddersfield, 2nd of 12 caps
      25 years, 4 months, 8 days
    • 5
    • Stan CullisWolves, 4th of 12 caps
      21 years, 5 months, 15 days
    • 6
    • Wilf CoppingArsenal, 17th of 20 caps
      30 years, 7 months, 23 days
    • 8
    • Willie HallSpurs, 5th of 10 caps
      26 years, 0 months, 28 days
    • 9
    • Micky FentonMiddlesbrough, Only Cap
      24 years, 5 months, 10 days
    • 11
    • Cliff BastinArsenal, 18th of 21 caps
      26 years, 0 months, 26 days
  • Tommy Walker, 6'
    • GK
    • David CummingDavid Scott Cumming.
      Born 6th May 1910, Aberdeen.
    • RB
    • Andrew AndersonAndrew Smellie Anderson.
      Born 21st Feb 1909, Airdrie.
    • LB
    • Andy BeattieAndrew Beattie.
      Born 11th Aug 1913, Kintore.
    • HB
    • Bill ShanklyWilliam Shankly.
      Born 2nd Sep 1913, Glenbuck.
    • HB
    • Tom SmithThomas McCall Smith.
      Born 4th Oct 1909.
    • HB
    • George BrownGeorge Clark Phillips Brown.
      Born 7th Jan 1907, Glasgow.
      (c)
    • OR
    • Jackie MilneJohn Vance Milne.
      Born 25th Mar 1911, Stirling.
    • IR
    • Tommy WalkerThomas Walker.
      Born 26th May 1915, Livingston.
    • CF
    • Frank O'DonnellFrancis Joseph O'Donnell.
      Born 31st Aug 1911, Buckhaven.
    • IL
    • George MutchGeorge Mutch.
      Born 21st Sep 1912, Aberdeen.
    • OL
    • Bobby ReidRobert Reid.
      Born 19th Feb 1911, Hamilton.

Notes

  • Player InjuryThe Times notes that "Mills was hurt early on and went out to the right wing; then he partially recovered and went back to his proper position."
  • Player MilestoneMicky Fenton's Only Cap
  • Player MilestoneEric Stephenson's 1st Cap

Sources

  • Wembley - The Complete Record 1923 - 2000 by Glen Isherwood (Sports Books 2006)
  • The Times "England beaten at Wembley", Monday 11th April 1938, Page 6

Managers

Referee

  • Ireland William R Hamilton

Attendance

  • 93,267

Half Time Score

ELO Ratings

  • Down 1 place, losing -28 ranking points to 1951 points England - 4th - 1
  • Scotland - 3rd