Scotland 1 Ireland 0 - Football 1956

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    Football - Scotland 1 Ireland 0. Hampden Park, Glasgow, Scotland.

    LS crowd. Various shots game in progress and goal being scored by Alex Scott, plus cut-ins of supporters.

    Amongst the identifiable players seen are, for Scotland:

    No. 11 is William Fernie
    No. 8 is John Mudie.
    No. 6 is Douglas Cowie.
    Goalie is Tommy Younger.
    No. 5 is George Young.
    No. 3 is John Hewie.


    For Ireland:

    No. 9 is Jimmy Shields.
    Goalie is Harry Gregg.
    No. 2 is Willie Cunningham.
    No. 3 is Alf McMichael.
    No. 10 is Tommy Dickson.
    No. 11 is Peter McParland.

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    British Pathé
    Issue Date:
    1956
    Sound:
    sound
    Media URN:
    82681
    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Film ID:
    2838.18
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Duration
    00:01:54:00
    Time in/Out:
    01:36:09:00 / 01:38:03:00
    Canister:
    UN 2908 C
    Sort Number:
    UN 2908 C
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  • The game was played on 7 November 1956.

    The Scotland goal, seen at 00:48, is scored by Alex Scott.

    Amongst the identifiable players seen are, for Scotland:

    No. 11 is William Fernie
    No. 8 is John Mudie.
    No. 6 is Douglas Cowie.
    Goalie is Tommy Younger.
    No. 5 is George Young.
    No. 3 is John Hewie.


    For Ireland:

    No. 9 is Jimmy Shields.
    Goalie is Harry Gregg.
    No. 2 is Willie Cunningham.
    No. 3 is Alf McMichael.
    No. 10 is Tommy Dickson.
    No. 11 is Peter McParland.

    jamied 21st May 2012
  • Thanks for providing some excellent information. You can now find it in the description, adding some much needed detail.

    British Pathé 13th Aug 2012

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