Plaque to the First Women Football Internationalists 1881


This is the site of Hibernian Park, home of Hibernian Football Club 1880-1891

It was here that Scotland played England in the first ever women's international match with a 3-0 victory in 1881

Venue of the first Scotland men's international played outside Glasgow - a 5-1 win against Wales in 1888

Hibernian Supporters Association & Hibernian Historical Trust 2019

Erected by: 
Hibernian Supporters Association & Hibernian Historical Trust
3rd December 2019
Entrance to Hibernian Football Supporters Club
11 Sunnyside
Edinburgh, MLN, EH7 5RA
Plaque at Hibernian Football Supporters Club, Edinburgh
Additional information: 

"This represents not only an important part of Hibernian Football Club's history but more importantly is recognition of the pioneers of the women's game and the part played by Leith as the original home of women's International football."

Crawford Corrigan, HSA Chairman.