Highlight Talk – Scotland versus England: 150 years of friendly rivalry at the fitba/football

Highlight Talk – Scotland versus England: 150 years of friendly rivalry at the fitba/football

Wednesday 1 May 2024
2.30pm - 3.30pm
Free
Robert Burns Birthplace Museum, Murdoch's Lone, Alloway KA7 4PQ

Hamish Husband investigates and considers the significance and history of Scotland versus England: 150 years of Friendly Rivalry at the fitba/football. In 2022 Scotland celebrated the World’s first international football match which was played in 1872 at a Glasgow cricket ground. Annual Scotland and England games continued for over a century. Hear all about it.

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