1910–11 British Home Championship
The 1910–11 British Home Championship was an international football tournament played between the British Home Nations. After a close competition between England, Scotland and Wales, England won by a single point. Scotland and Wales followed with another point between them above Ireland who failed to gain a single point and only scored two goals.
|Host country||England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales|
|Dates||28 January – 1 April 1911|
|Champions||England (11th title)|
|Goals scored||12 (2 per match)|
|Top scorer(s)||Grenville Morris (3 goals)|
Wales and Ireland began the tournament with the Welsh winning a close match in Belfast. England played Ireland in the second game with the same scoreline, leaving England and Wales equal at the head of the table. Wales and Scotland drew a hard fought game before Scotland finished Ireland's tournament with a 2–0 win. England and Wales played a match in London in which a Welsh win would have given them the trophy but the English side was too strong and ran out 3–0. In the final game between England and Scotland a win for either side would gain them the championship but England would also win with a draw, a result they achieved at home in Liverpool.
Rules for classification: 1) points. The points system worked as follows: 2 points for a win and 1 point for a draw.
|Ireland||1 – 2||Wales|
|61' Billy Halligan|| 50' Billy Davies
84' Grenville Morris
|England||2 – 1||Ireland|
| 18' Albert Shepherd
87' Robert Evans
|88' James Macauley|
|Wales||2 – 2||Scotland|
|20', 67' Grenville Morris||35', 89' RC Hamilton|
|England||3 – 0||Wales|
| 65', 83' Vivian Woodward
67' George Webb
|Scotland||2 – 0||Ireland|
|William Reid 23'
Jimmy McMenemy 53'
- "British Championship 1911". EU-Football. Retrieved 8 April 2020.