Scotland internationals

Nr. Date Opponent Result Goal
1* 18.04.1942 England (H) 5-4 1
2* 10.10.1942 England (A) 0-0  
3* 17.04.1943 England (H) 0-4  
4* 03.02.1945 England (A) 2-3  
5* 10.11.1945 Wales (H) 2-0  
6* 02.02.1946 N-Ireland (A) 3-2 2
7* 13.04.1946 England (H) 1-0  
8 15.05.1946 Switzerland (H) 3-1 2
9* 24.08.1946 England (A) 2-2  
10 19.10.1946 Wales (A)  1-3  
11 27.11.1946 N-Ireland (H)  0-0  
12 04.10.1947  N-Ireland (A) 0-2  
13 12.11.1947 Wales (H)  1-2  
14 10.04.1948 England (H)  0-2  
15 09.11.1949 Wales (H)  2-0  
16 15.04.1950  England (H) 0-1  
17 21.05.1950 Portugal (A)  2-2  
18 27.05.1950  France (A) 1-0  
19 21.10.1950  Wales (A) 3-1 1
20 01.11.1950  N-Ireland (H) 6-1  
21 13.12.1950  Austria (H) 0-1  
22 14.04.1951  England (A) 3-2 1
23 06.10.1951 N-Ireland (A)  3-0  
24 14.11.1951  Wales (H) 0-1  
25 05.04.1952 England (H)   1-2  
26 30.04.1952 USA (H)  6-0  
27 25.05.1952 Denmark (A)  2-1  
28 30.05.1952  Sweden (A) 1-3 1
29 18.10.1952  Wales (A) 2-1 1
30 05.11.1952 N-Ireland (H)   1-1  
31 18.04.1953 England (A)  2-2  
32 04.11.1953 Wales (H)   3-3  
33 04.05.1955 Portugal (H)  3-0 1
34 15.05.1955 Yugoslavia (A)  2-2  
35 19.05.1955 Austria (A)  4-1 1
36 29.05.1955 Hungary (A)  1-3  
37 08.10.1955 N-Ireland (A)   1-2  
 
*Liddell's international record for Scotland reads 29 games and 8 goals. His 8 wartime games and 3 wartime goals are not counted towards his total.
 
Liddell playing for Scotland vs. England on 18th April 1953

King Billy quote

"Sir William Liddell - to bestow upon him a title he more than earned - WAS Liverpool Football Club. He was its spirit. He was also its integrity, its heart and its passion. To Reds such as my mother and father and others of the pre-Bill Shankly generation he represented a ticket to some sort of footballing respectability. The "Liddellpool" tag the club was awarded was no hype or coincidence. It was fact.

I suppose it was the reverence for him that stood out above everything else. The sheer universal respect for this truly unassuming man. Both Red and Blue alike had a mutual awe of Billy Liddell that I have only ever encountered for two other people. One was the incredible William Ralph Dean and the other was Bill Shankly himself. I think that says everything about the man."

Al

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