Player Info

  • Morton Peto Betts

  • Born: 30th August 1847, St Pancras, London

  • Died: 19th April 1914, Mentone, France aged 66

  • Positions whilst with England: Goalkeeper

  • Clubs whilst with England: Old Harrovians

  • Monty Betts was a versitile player who could play anywhere but played most of his matches with the Old Harrovians and Wanderers as a forward or full-back. Naturally, his only international appearance saw him in goal! He served on the FA Committee from 1870-72 and again 1881-90 and was FA vice-president 1890-91. He won the FA Cup with Wanderers in 1872. Played cricket for Middlesex and Kent.

Career Statistics

    • Starts
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    • Substitute
    • 0
    • Withdrawn
    • 0
    • Full Games
    • 1

    Match Statistics

      • Match Type
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      • Goals
      • Capt
      • Mins
      • Friendly
      • 1
      • 0
      • 0
      • 90
      • 0
      • 0
      • Competitive
      • 0
      • 0
      • 0
      • 0
      • 0
      • 0
        • Home, Away or Neutral
        • Caps
        • Goals
        • Capt
        • Mins
        • Home
        • 1
        • 0
        • 0
        • 90
        • 0
        • 0
          • Match Result
          • Caps
          • Goals
          • Capt
          • Mins
          • Lost
          • 1
          • 0
          • 0
          • 90
          • 0
          • 0
            • Total
            • 1
            • 0
            • 0
            • 90
            • 0
            • 0

            Managers

              • Managers
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              • Goals
              • Capt
              • Mins
              • Committee
              • 1
              • 0
              • 0
              • 90
              • 0
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                Team Mates (Top Ten)

                Sources

                • An English Football Internationals' Who's Who by Douglas Lamming (Hutton Press 1990)
                • The Early FA Cup Finals by Keith Warsop (SoccerData 2004) p 62.
                • England's Who's Who by Tony Matthews (Pitch Publishing 2013)
                • ESPN cricinfo.com