1-The First time that an individual played, as well as managed his national team for over 100 times was Denmark’s Morten Olsen.
Photo From: World Soccer, January 1991(Morten Olsen)
2- The First Time that a pair of brothers ever played for Scotland was when Moses McLay McNiel and Henry McNiel played on March 25, 1876 at Glasgow vs. Wales (4 to 0 Scotland win).
3- The First Time that the French national team players exchanged jerseys after a match was after a Friendly vs. England at Paris on May 14, 1931 (5 to 2 France win).
4- The First Time that the England National team were offered bonuses was for a friendly vs. Germany at Berlin on May 14, 1938 (6 to 3 England win).
FA Secretary and future FIFA President Sir Stanley Rous offered the players a case of cutlery each.
Photo From: World Soccer, June 1974(Sir Stanley Rous)
Photo From: Kicker Sportsmagazin Edition, 100 Jahre Deutsche Landerspiele(Ernest Lehner and Edris Hapgood, May 14, 1938, Germany 3-England 6)
5- The First Time that a match by the Italian National team was broadcast on radio was for a Dr. Gerö Cup match vs. Hungary at Rome on March 25, 1928 (4 to 3 Italy win).