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Scotland vs England: Oldest Rivalry in World Football to be Celebrated in 150th Anniversary Heritage Match

Scotland and England will write the latest chapter in the oldest and fiercest football rivalry in a milestone celebration match later this year.

The two home nations are commemorating their 150-year-old rivalry with a special friendly event in Glasgow scheduled at the site of FIFA’s initial recognized international match.

England and Scotland will celebrate 150 years of their rivalry


Scotland vs England Heritage Match: 150-Year-Old Rivalry to be Celebrated

In 1872, England and Scotland played their first match at the West of Scotland Cricket Club in Glasgow, with a draw of 0-0 and a crowd of 4000 fans. Today, with 114 matches contested between them, the rivalry continues in the form of a 150th Anniversary Heritage Match.

When is the Scotland vs England Heritage Match?

The soccer game is scheduled on Tuesday, September 12, with kick-off at Hampden Park at 7:45 pm.

England holds the lead in the latter rivalry, winning 48 times to Scotland’s 41, with 26 draws between them. Tune to talkSPORT for full coverage of the match.

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Gareth Southgate, the England manager, said, “Any meeting with Scotland is always special. I imagine, though, that this occasion will be even more memorable as it celebrates such a landmark moment.”

Steve Clarke, the head coach of Scotland, spoke of his pride and excitement, “This fixture is enshrined in world football’s history – the first-ever international football match – and I will be proud to lead our team out at Hampden as part of the 150th anniversary celebrations of our national game.”

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