• England vs Scotland is the oldest international rivalry in football history, and as a fixture has produced some memorable moments down the years.
  • It became the first ever international football match when the two nations competed at The Oval in 1873.
  • Scotland dominated early encounters, but the turn of the century brought a change in fortunes for England who became the stronger team in the 20th century.
  • Bobby Moore and Billy Bremner led out England and Scotland respectively during a 1967 clash.
  • The Scot's 3-2 victory over the World champions was greeted by wild celebrations and a Wembley pitch invasion.
  • A more infamous pitch invasion came in 1977 when the Tartan Army stormed the Wembley turf and tore down goalposts in the wake of a 2-1 win.
  • Kevin Keegan put the painful memories of '77 behind England, as he scored in the Three Lions 3-1 win in 1979.
  • Current national team boss Gordon Strachan was in the Scotland squad that faced England at Hampden Park in 1982.
  • A game fondly remembered by England fans is the Three Lions' 2-0 victory over the Scots at Euro '96, in particular Gazza's goal and the dentist's chair.
  • David Seaman was one of the unsung heroes of that game, keeping England ahead with a save from a Gary McAllister penalty.
  • A Paul Scholes double put England in charge during their two leg Euro 2000 play-off against the Auld Enemy.
  • Don Hutchinson scored in a proud Scottish performance in the return leg, but a 1-0 win was not enough to stop England's qualification.
  • Fans from north of the border have always brought a fantastically vocal contingent to Wembley for clashes with their oldest foe.
  • Clashes with Scotland also seem to bring the best out of England fans, and patriotism is usually evident in these clashes.

History: England v Scotland

England vs Scotland is the oldest international rivalry in football history, and as a fixture has produced some memorable moments down the years.