1947-48

no.datescorescorers (wales)venue 
 04/10/1947Ireland 2-0 Scotland Windsor Park, BelfastBC
17418/10/1947Wales 0-3 England Ninian Park, CardiffBC
17512/11/1947Scotland 1-2 WalesFord, LowrieHampden Park, GlasgowBC
 05/11/1947England 2-2 Ireland Goodison Park, LiverpoolBC
17610/03/1948Wales 2-0 IrelandLowrie, EdwardsRacecourse Ground, WrexhamBC
 10/04/1948Scotland 0-2 England Hampden Park, GlasagowBC


  PWDLFAPts
1.England3210725
2.Wales3201444
3.Ireland3111443
4.Scotland3003160

Notes:

2pts for a win / 1pt for a draw

Fifa decided to use the 1950 Home Championships as a qualifying group for the 1950 World Cup, with the top two teams qualifying for the tournament in Brazil. England qualified as group winners, however Scotland declined the invitation stating they would only travel to Brazil as winners of the Home Championship.

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.