Full Representative Honours V-Z

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Full International Honours

BC British Championship.
NC Nations Cup.
WC World Cup.
EC European Championship.
AC Asian Cup.
ANC African Nation Cup.
ONC Oceania Nations Cup.
FNC Four Nations Cup.
OG Olympic Games.
Fr Friendly.
q Qualifying Match.
po Play-off Match.
gp Group Match.
g Goals Scored.
CC Caribbean Cup.
Sam Vokes (Wales) – 21 appearances & 4 goals
28 May 2008 v Iceland (Reykjavik) Fr [sub] W 1-0
1 June 2008 v Holland (Rotterdam) Fr [sub] L 0-2
6 Sep 2008 v Azerbaijan (Millennium Stadium) WCq [sub] W 1-0 1g
10 Sep 2008 v Russia (Moscow) WCq [sub] L 1-2
11 Oct 2008 v Liechtenstein (Millennium Stadium) WCq W 2-0
19 Nov 2008 v Denmark (Copenhagen) Fr [sub] W 1-0
11 Feb 2009 v Poland (Santo Antonio, Portugal) Fr [sub] L 0-1
1 Apr 2009 v Germany (Millennium Stadium) WCq L 0-2
29 May 2009 v Estonia (Millennium Stadium) Fr W 1-0
6 Jne 2009 v Azerbaijan (Baku) WCq [sub] W 1-0
12 Aug 2009 v Montenegro (Podgorica) Fr [sub] L 0-2 1g
9 Spt 2009 v Russia (Millennium Stadium) WCq [sub] L 1-3
10 Oct 2009 v Finland (Helsinki) WCq [sub] L 1-2
14 Nov 2009 v Scotland (Liberty Stadium) Fr [sub] W 3-0
3 Mar 2010 v Sweden (Liberty Stadium) Fr [sub] L 0-1
23 May 2010 v Croatia (Osijek) Fr [sub] L 0-2
25 May 2011 v Scotland (Dublin) CNC L 1-3
27 May 2011 v Northern Ireland (Dublin) CNC [sub] W 2-0
12 Nov 2011 v Norway (Cardiff City Stadium) Fr [sub] W 4-1 2g
29 Feb 2012 v Costa Rica (Cardiff City Stadium) Fr [sub] L 0-1
27 Mar 2012 v Mexico (East Rutherford) Fr [sub] L 0-2

[Also capped subsequently while with Burnley].

 

Stephen Ward (Republic of Ireland) 24  appearances
24 May 2011 v Northern Ireland (Aviva Stadium) NC W 5-0 1g
29 May 2011 v Scotland (Aviva Stadium) NC W 1-0
7 Jun 2011 v Italy (Liege) Fr W 2-0
10 Aug 2011 v Croatia (Aviva Stadium) Fr D 0-0
2 Spt 2011 v Slovakia (Aviva Stadium) ECq D 0-0
6 Spt 2011 v Russia (Moscow) ECq D 0-0
7 Oct 2011 v Andorra (Andorra la Vella) ECq W 2-0
11 Nov 2011 v Estonia (Tallinn) ECq W 4-0
15 Nov 2011 v Estonia (Aviva Stadium) ECq D 1-1 1g
29 Feb 2012 v Czech Republic (Aviva Stadium) Fr D 1-1
26 May 2012 v Bosnia Herzegovina (Aviva Stadium) Fr W 1-0
4 Jne 2012 v Hungary (Budapest) Fr D 0-0
10 Jne 2012 v Croatia (Poznan) EC1 L 1-3
14 Jne 2012 v Spain (Gdansk) EC1 L 0-4
18 Jne 2012 v Italy (Poznan) EC1 L 0-2
7 Spt 2012 v Kazakhstan (Astana) WCq W 2-1
12 Oct 2012 v Germany (Aviva Stadium) WCq L 1-6
14 Nov 2012 v Greece (Aviva Stadium) Fr L 0-1
15 Nov 2013 v Latvia (Aviva Stadium) Fr W 3-0
19 Nov 2013 v Poland (Poznan) Fr D 0-0
5 Mar 2014 v Serbia (Aviva Stadium) Fr L 1-2
25 May 2014 v Turkey (Aviva Stadium) Fr L 1-2
31 May 2014 v Italy (Fulham) Fr D 0-0
10 Jne 2014 v Portugal (East Rutherford) Fr L 1-5

[Also capped subsequently with Burnley].

 

Adrian Williams (Wales) – 5 appearances & 1 goal
12 Nov 1997 v Brazil (Brasilia) Fr [sub] L 0-3
25 Mar 1998 v Jamaica (Cardiff) Fr D 0-0
5 Spt 1998 v Italy (Anfield) ECq L 0-2
10 Oct 1998 v Denmark (Copenhagen) ECq W 2-1 1g
5 Jne 1998 v Italy (Bologna) ECq L 0-4

[Also capped beforehand while with Reading and subsequently with Reading. Career total: 13 apps & 1 goal].

 

Bertram Frederick Williams (England) – 24 appearances
22 May 1949 v France (Paris) Fr W 3-1
21 Spt 1949 v Republic of Ireland (Goodson Park) Fr L 0-2
15 Oct 1949 v Wales (Cardiff) BC & WCq W 4-1
30 Nov 1949 v Italy (White Hart Lane) Fr W 2-0
15 Apr 1950 v Scotland (Glasgow) BC & WCq W 1-0
14 May 1950 v Portugal (Lisbon) Fr W 5-3
18 May 1950 v Belgium (Brussels) Fr W 4-1
25 Jne 1950 v Chile (Rio) WC1 W 2-0
29 Jne 1950 v United States (Belo Horizonte) WC1 L 0-1
2 Jly 1950 v Spain (Rio) WC1 L 0-1
7 Oct 1950 v Northern Ireland (Belfast) BC W 4-1
15 Nov 1950 v Wales (Roker Park) BC W 4-2
22 Nov 1950 v Yugoslavia (Highbury) Fr D 2-2
14 Apr 1951 v Scotland (Wembley) BC L 2-3
9 May 1951 v Argentina (Wembley) Fr W 2-1
19 May 1951 v Portugal (Goodison Park) Fr W 5-2
3 Oct 1951 v France (Highbury) Fr D 2-2
20 Oct 1950 v Wales (Cardiff) BC D 1-1
1 Dec 1954 v West Germany (Wembley) Fr W 3-1
2 Oct 1955 v Scotland (Wembley) BC W 7-2
15 May 1955 v France (Paris) Fr L 0-1
18 May 1955 v Spain (Madrid) Fr D 1-1
22 May 1955 v Portugal (Oporto) Fr L 1-3
22 Oct 1955 v Wales (Cardiff) BC D 1-1

 

Mark Frank Williams (South Africa) – 8 appearances & 6 goals
22 Nov 1995 v Zambia (Pretoria) FNC D 2-2 2g
15 Dec 1995 v Germany (Johannesburg) Fr D 0-0
13 Jan 1995 v Cameroon (Johannesburg) ANC1 W 3-0 1g
20 Jan 1996 v Angola (Johannesburg) ANC1 W 1-0 1g
24 Jan 1996 v Egypt (Johannesburg) ANC1 L 0-1
27 Jan 1996 v Algeria (Johannesburg) ANCqf W 2-1
31 Jan 1996 v Ghana (Johannesburg) ANCsf W 3-0
3 Feb 1996 v Tunisia (Johannesburg) ANCf [sub] W 2-0 2g

[Also capped beforehand while with Hellenic FC and RWD Molenbeek and subsequently with Kaiser Chiefs. Career total: 23 apps & 8 goals].

 

Dennis Wilshaw (England) – 12 appearances & 10 goals
10 Oct 1953 v Wales (Cardiff) BC & WCq W 4-1 2g
20 Jne 1954 v Switzerland (Berne) WC1 W 2-0 1g
26 Jne 1954 v Uruguay (Berne) WC1 L 2-4
2 Apr 1955 v Scotland (Wembley) BC W 7-2 4g
15 May 1955 v France (Paris) Fr L 0-1
18 May 1955 v Spain (Madrid) Fr D 1-1
22 May 1955 v Portugal (Oporto) Fr L 1-3
22 Oct 1955 v Wales (Cardiff) BC D 1-1
2 Nov 1955 v Northern Ireland (Wembley) BC W 3-0 2g
20 May 1955 v Finland (Helsinki) Fr W 5-1 1g
26 May 1955 v West Germany (Berlin) Fr W 3-1
5 Oct 1956 v Northern Ireland (Belfast) BC D 1-1

 

Harry Wood (England) – 3 appearances & 1 goal
15 Mar 1890 v Wales (Wrexham) BC W 3-1
5 Apr 19990 v Scotland (Glasgow) BC D 1-1 1g
4 Apr 1896 v Scotland (Glasgow) BC L 1-2

 

William Ambrose Wright (England) – 105 appearances & 3 goals
28 Spt 1946 v Northern Ireland (Belfast) BC W 7-1
30 Spt 1946 v Republic of Ireland (Dublin) Fr W 1-0
13 Nov 1946 v Wales (Maine Road) BC W 3-0
27 Nov 1946 v Holland (Leeds Road) Fr W 8-2
12 Apr 1947 v Scotland (Wembley) BC D 1-1
3 May 1947 v France (Highbury) Fr W 3-0
18 May 1947 v Switzerland (Zurich) Fr L 0-1
25 May 1947 v Portugal (Lisbon) Fr W 10-0
21 Spt 1947 v Belgium (Brussels) Fr W 5-2
18 Oct 1947 v Wales (Cardiff) BC W 3-0
5 Nov 1947 v Northern Ireland (Goodison Park) BC D 2-2
19 Nov 1947 v Sweden (Highbury) Fr W 4-2
10 Apr 1948 v Scotland (Glasgow) BC W 2-0
16 May 1948 v Italy (Turin) BC W 4-0
26 Spt 1948 v Denmark (Copenhagen) Fr D 0-0
9 Oct 1948 v Northern Ireland (Belfast) BC W 6-2
10 Nov 1948 v Wales (Villa Park) BC W 1-0
2 Dec 1948 v Switzerland (Highbury) Fr W 6-0
9 Apr 1949 v Scotland (Wembley) BC L 1-3
13 May 1949 v Sweden (Stockholm) Fr L 1-3
18 May 1949 v Norway (Oslo) Fr W 4-1
22 May 1949 v France (Paris) Fr W 3-1 1g
21 Spt 1949 v Republic of Ireland (Goodison Park) Fr L 0-2
15 Oct 1949 v Wales (Cardiff) BC & WCq W 4-1
16 Nov 1949 v Northern Ireland (Maine Road) BC & WCq W 9-2
30 Nov 1949 v Italy (White Hart Lane) Fr W 2-0 1g
15 Apr 1950 v Scotland (Glasgow) BC & WCq W 1-0
14 May 1950 v Portugal (Lisbon) Fr W 5-3
18 May 1950 v Belgium (Brussels) Fr W 4-1
25 Jne 1950 v Chile (Rio) WC1 W 2-0
29 Jne 1950 v United States (Belo Horizonte) WC1 L 0-1
2 Jly 1950 v Spain (Rio) WC1 L 0-1
7 Oct 1950 v Northern Ireland (Belfast) BC W 4-1 1g
14 Apr 1951 v Scotland (Wembley) BC L 2-3
9 May 1951 v Argentina (Wembley) Fr W 2-1
3 Oct 1951 v France (Highbury) Fr D 2-2
20 Oct 1951 v Wales (Cardiff) BC D 1-1
14 Nov 1951 v Northern Ireland (Villa Park) BC W 2-0
28 Nov 1951 v Austria (Wembley) Fr D 2-2
5 Apr 1952 v Scotland (Glasgow) BC W 2-1
18 May 1952 v Italy (Florence) Fr D 1-1
25 May 1952 v Austria (Vienna) Fr W 3-2
28 May 1952 v Switzerland (Zurich) Fr W 3-0
4 Oct 1952 v Northern Ireland (Belfast) BC D 2-2
12 Nov 1952 v Wales (Wembley) BC W 5-2
26 Nov 1952 v Belgium (Wembley) Fr W 5-0
18 Apr 1953 v Scotland (Wembley) BC D 2-2
17 May 1953 v Argentina (Buenos Aires) BC D 0-0
24 May 1953 v Chile (Santiago) Fr W 2-1
31 May 1953 v Uruguay (Montevideo) Fr L 1-2
8 Jne 1953 v United States (New York) Fr W 6-3
10 Oct 1953 v Wales (Cardiff) BC & WCq W 4-1
21 Oct 1953 v Rest of Europe (Wembley) Fr D 4-4
11 Nov 1953 v Northern Ireland (Goodison Park) BC & WCq W 3-1
25 Nov 1953 v Hungary (Wembley) Fr L 3-6
3 Apr 1954 v Scotland  (Glasgow) BC & WCq W 4-2
16 May 1954 v Yugoslavia (Belgrade ) Fr L 0-1
23 May 1954 v Hungary (Budapest) L 1-7
17 Jne 1954 v Belgium (Basle) WC1 D 4-4
20 Jne 1954 v Switzerland (Berne) WC1 W 2-0
26 Jne 1954 v Uruguay (Basle) WC1 L 2-4
2 Oct 1954 v Northern Ireland (Belfast) BC W 2-0
10 Oct 1954 v Wales (Wembley) BC W 3-2
1 Dec 1954 v West Germany (Wembley) Fr W 3-1
2 Apr 1955 v Scotland (Wembley) BC W 7-2
15 May 1955 v France (Paris) Fr L 0-1
18 May 1955 v Spain (Madrid) Fr D 1-1
22 May 1955 v Portugal (Oporto) Fr L 1-3
2 Oct 1955 v Denmark (Copenhagen) Fr W 5-1
22 Oct 1955 v Wales (Cardiff) BC D 1-1
2 Nov 1955 v Northern Ireland (Wembley) BC W 3-0
30 Nov 1955 v Spain (Wembley) Fr W 4-1
14 Apr 1956 v Scotland (Glasgow) BC D 1-1
9 May 1956 v Brazil (Wembley) Fr W 4-2
16 May 1956 v Sweden (Stockholm) Fr D 0-0
20 May 1956 v Finland (Helsinki) Fr W 5-1
26 May 1956 v West Germany (Berlin) Fr W 3-1
6 Oct 1956 v Northern Ireland (Belfast) BC D 1-1
14 Nov 1956 v Wales (Wembley) BC W 3-1
28 Nov 1956 v Yugoslavia (Wembley) Fr W 3-0
5 Dec 1956 v Denmark (Molineux) WCq W 5-3
6 Apr 1957 v Scotland (Wembley) BC W 2-1
8 May 1957 v Republic of Ireland (Wembley) WCq W 5-1
15 May 1957 v Denmark (Copenhagen) WCq W 4-1
19 May 1957 v Republic of Ireland (Dublin) WCq D 1-1
4 Oct 1957 v Wales (Cardiff) BC W 4-0
6 Nov 1957 v Northern Ireland (Wembley) BC L 2-3
27 Nov 1957 v France (Wembley) Fr W 4-0
19 Apr 1958 v Scotland (Glasgow) BC W 4-0
7 May 1958 v Portugal (Wembley) Fr W 2-1
11 May 1958 v Yugoslavia (Belgrade) Fr L 0-5
18 May 1958 v Soviet Union (Moscow) Fr D 1-1
8 Jne 1958 v Soviet Union (Gothenburg) WC1 D 2-2
11 Jne 1958 v Brazil (Gothenburg) WC1 D 0-0
15 Jne 1958 v Austria (Boras) WC1 D 2-2
17 Jne 1958 v Soviet Union (Gothenburg) WCpo L 0-1
4 Oct 1958 v Northern Ireland (Belfast) BC D 3-3
22 Oct 1958 v Soviet Union (Wembley) Fr W 5-0
26 Nov 1958 v Wales (Villa Park) BC D 2-2
11 Apr 1959* v Scotland (Wembley) BC W 1-0
6 May 1958 v Italy (Wembley) Fr D 2-2
13 May 1958 v Brazil (Rio) Fr L 0-2
17 May 1958 v Peru (Lima) Fr L 1-4
24 May 1958 v Mexico (Mexico City) Fr L 1-2
28 May 1958 v United States (Los Angeles) Fr W 8-1

* Billy Wright becomes the first player in the world to represent his country on 100 occasions.

 

Eric Young (Wales) – 1 appearance
15 Nov 1995 v Albania (Tirana) ECq D 1-1

[Also capped beforehand while with Wimbledon and Crystal Palace. Career total: 21 apps & 1 goal].