1946-47

no.datescorescorers (wales)venue 
 28/09/1946Ireland 2-7 England Windsor Park, BelfastBC
17119/10/1946Wales 3-1 ScotlandB Jones, Ford, ogRacecourse Ground, WrexhamBC
17213/11/1946England 3-0 Wales Maine Road, ManchesterBC
 27/11/1946Scotland 0-0 Ireland Hampden Park, GlasgowBC
17316/04/1947Ireland 2-1 WalesFord (pen)Windsor Park, BelfastBC
 12/04/1947England 1-1 Scotland Wembley Stadium, LondonBC


  PWDLFAPts
1.England32101135
2.Ireland3111483
3.Wales3102462
3.Scotland3021242

Notes:

2pts for a win / 1pt for a draw

This was the first official British Home Championship following the end of the Second World War. The matches of the 1945-46 tournament are not regarded as full internationals and are referred to as Victory Internationals.

Following the partition of Ireland in 1920, both the Belfast based IFA and the Dublin based FAI referred to themselves as Ireland until Fifa intervened in 1953, ruling that neither team could be referred to as Ireland in competitions which both teams were eligible to enter.