Charles Wollaston

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Charles Henry Reynolds Wollaston (31 July 1849 – 22 June 1926) was an English footballer for Wanderers F.C. and England.

Wollaston played for Wanderers in the first FA Cup Final in 1872 and scored in the second final of 1873. In all he won five winner's medals, the first player to achieve this feat.1

He earned four caps for England and captained the national side against Scotland in 1880. He was the eighth English team captain.




  1. ^ Matthews, Tony (2006). Football Firsts. Capella. ISBN 1-84193-451-8. 

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