International Football Match: Scotland v. England, Hampden Park, Glasgow, April 4, 1908 greeting card
Single greeting card with envelope featuring photograph of International Football Match: Scotland v. England, Hampden Park, Glasgow, April 4, 1908 by Valentine & Sons from The MacKinnon Collection. Information about the image is shown at the back of the greeting card.
The England–Scotland football rivalry is a sports rivalry that exists between the England and Scotland national football teams. It is the oldest international fixture in the world, first played in 1872 at Hamilton Crescent, Glasgow.
Produced to accompany the exhibition Scotland’s Photograph Album | The MacKinnon Collection at the Scottish National Portrait Gallery. This image has been acquired jointly with the National Library of Scotland with assistance from the Heritage Lottery Fund, Scottish Government and the Art Fund.