Big hats, bin lids and Rod Stewart: A pictorial history of England vs Scotland

Thirty of the best England-Scotland images from years gone by...
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1937: Crowds file towards Hampden Park to help achieve a record attendance of 149,415

"Today's attendance is... wha?!"

1947: England's Neil Franklin dispossesses Scotland's Jimmy Delaney

Get on the weights!

1947: Rattles and dustbin lids (obviously) are used to make a racket at Wembley

Causing a stink

1949: Scotland fans on a London bus celebrate with rattles after their side's 3-1 victory

Scots on tour

1952: A long wait beckons for those parked at Hampden

"Definitely got to beat the traffic"

1953: Alf Ramsey watches a ferocious shot from Scotland's Bobby Johnstone smash the crossbar

Oh, the drama

1954: An aerial view of Hampden Park before England win 4-2 to secure spot at World Cup '54

Around the houses

1961: England players celebrate an emphatic 9-3 win, after Jimmy Greaves nets a hat-trick

Demolition day

1964: England go golfing. Even in this outfit, Bobby still looks the business

Swinging 60s

1965: Jack and Bobby Charlton prepare for their final game of the 1964/65 Home Nations

Brotherly love

1965: Bobby netted the opener at Wembley, but England fluffed a two-goal advantage to draw 2-2

Blowing the lead

1965: Gordon Banks couldn't stop Denis Law from netting the first equaliser

Banks breaker

1965: It was an unhappy game for England's Ray Wilson, meanwhile, who was carried off injured

Hitching a lift

1973: A pitch invader gets a ticking off from Scotland's Willie Morgan

Gerrof the pitch

1976: Kevin Keegan, Gerry Francis and Mick Channon take it easy at Heathrow Airport before a flight to Glasgow

Sunny inside

1977: The day the Scots smashed up the crossbar (and poor Channon's confidence)

The Muppet Show

1977: Look closely, he's in there. Wembley turned tartan when the Scots got rowdy

"Ere... anyone seen Rod Stewart?"

1977: Scotland's mob continue wrecking Wembley

"Yep, think it's broken now"

1977: Desperate fans grab a nap at a London station

Sleep it off

1979: Two years later, others decide on the long, long walk south

"It's only down the road..."

1979: Scotland's toothless warrior Joe Jordan goes in for the kill

Aww, c'mere

1979: Perhaps not the most effective way to intimidate the Scots

Perm power

1979: But Kev, then of Hamburg, bagged the third in a 3-1 win at Wembley

Mighty Mouse strikes

1982: "I'll have one cap and 300 of those silver badges mate"

No half-and-halfs, please

1984: The Scotland bench try to keep dry during a 1-1 draw at Hampden

"Any chance of a roof around here?"

1984: Ray Wilkins' gurning face was quite the sight

Don't bother Butch

1988: Gary Lineker loses out to Steve Nicol but England win 1-0 in the Rous Cup

Eyes on the prize

1999: Craig Brown and King Kev on Bonfire Night before England's 2-0 win

Sparkling duo

1999: Paul Scholes netted both goals at Hampden, including this header (yeah, we know)

Scholes gets goals

2013: Rickie Lambert marked his England debut with a first-touch winner in the Three Lions' 3-2 win

Oh Rickie you're so fine