England will wear unique warm-up kit before 150th Anniversary Heritage Match with Auld Enemy Scotland as Harry Kane models design inspired by their first meeting in 1872
- England take on Scotland at Hampden Park in 150th Anniversary Heritage match
- Three Lions will wear warm-up kit inspired by countries’ first meeting in 1872
- Andy Robertson modelled a retro Scotland kit as they met at the original venue
England will wear a unique warm-up shirt ahead of Tuesday’s 150th Anniversary Heritage Match against Scotland at Hampden Park.
Scotland host their rivals in a special friendly to mark the anniversary of the first ever international football match.
Ahead of the occasion, the Three Lions make a nod to their own heritage by wearing a shirt which bears the original crest from the first Scotland v England meeting in 1872.
The limited-edition shirts, designed by Nike, will then be put up for auction with all proceeds going to the FA’s official charity partner, Alzheimer’s Society.
Captain Harry Kane was seen wearing the shirt during a visit to Hamilton Crescent in Glasgow, where the match took place on 30 November 1872.
Harry Kane of England and Andy Robertson of Scotland pose in unique warm-up shirts to mark the 150th Anniversary Heritage Match at Hampden Park on Tuesday night
Kane models an England shirt based on their first international with Scotland in 1872
The players visited the venue of the first game from 1872 – the West of Scotland Cricket Club
England were held to a 1-1 draw by Ukraine in Euro 2024 qualifying on Saturday night.
Preparations for Germany continue what will be a first friendly game in 18 months on Tuesday and Kyle Walker is relishing the meeting with England’s old foes.
Asked if there can ever be a friendly against Scotland, Walker told Sky Sports: ‘No, definitely not.
‘I love playing in them games, especially just with everything behind it, with what they bring, their crowd and everything like that.
‘Hopefully we can go there and have a good performance. They’ve had some good recent results so it’s going to be a tough game.
‘The last time we went there we managed to scrape a draw in the last couple of minutes with Harry.
‘So hopefully we can go there, put a good performance on, but it’s never going to be a friendly.’
Kane’s stoppage-time goal secured a 2-2 draw on England’s last trip to Scotland in 2017.
Kyle Walker’s goal against Ukraine on Saturday took England a point closer to Euro 2024
Scotland have won all five of their qualifying games and are well en route to Germany
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