1922–23 British Home Championship
The 1922-23 British Home Championship was a football tournament played between the British Home Nations during the 1922–23 season. It was won by the strongest of the Home Nations during the decade, Scotland who almost whitewashed the other three nations but ultimately were held to a 2–2 draw by England in the final, deciding match.
England and Scotland dominated the tournament, both winning their opening two matches. England began six months earlier than their opponents, defeating Ireland at home in October 1923. Scotland matched this result in their opening game in March 1924 and continued with a second victory over Wales, against whom England only managed a draw in Cardiff. In the final matches, Scotland drew with England, doing just enough to take the trophy by a single point. Ireland, playing for pride comprehensively beat Wales in the last match of the competition to come third.
The points system worked as follows:
- 2 points for a win
- 1 point for a draw
5 March 1923
|Wales||2 – 2||England|
|Fred Keenor, Ivor Jones||Henry Chambers, Vic Watson|
14 April 1923
|Scotland||2 – 2||England|
|Andy Cunningham, Andrew Wilson||Bob Kelly, Vic Watson|