no.datescorescorers (wales)venue 
 05/02/1887England 7-0 Ireland Bramall Lane, SheffieldBC
 19/02/1887Scotland 4-1 Ireland Hampden Park, GlasgowBC
2526/02/1887England 4-0 Wales Kennington Oval, LondonBC
2612/03/1887Ireland 4-1 WalesSabineSolitude, BelfastBC
 19/03/1887England 2-3 Scotland Leamington Road, BlackburnBC
2721/03/1887Wales 0-2 Scotland Racecourse Ground, WrexhamBC


Story of the tournament

The 1886–87 British Home Championship started poorly for Wales with a 0-4 drubbing by England in a match where goalkeeper, Dr Robert Herbert Mills-Roberts played with both wrists in plaster having broken both wrists. Mills-Roberts place was taken by Wrexham's Bob Roberts for Wales' second match, but things got even worse as Wales sufferd a first ever defeat to Ireland.

Scotland completed Wales' whitewash in the final match with a 2-0 win in Wrexham. With James Trainer of Bolton Wanderers making his debut in goal, Wales used three different goalkeepers in the three matches.