I don't think there is an English team with a J in the name, however, there is a british team in Scotland, called st johnstone
st johnston is a british team but not a English league team
Jarrow Roofing Boldon Community Association Football Club
currently there isn't a premiership team name that has a J in it... http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/eng_prem/table/default.stm
It means as it says, that the only country that Scotland has a border with is England.
England, and only England.
No, Scotland's only border is with England.
It should be in Britain and it is St Johnstone.
Scotland has only 1 land border. it is between Scotland and England.
There are no English cities beginning with the letter 'A'. The only two British cities beginning with 'A' are Armagh (NI) and Aberdeen (Scotland).
The only bordering country is England, the rest of Scotland is surrounded by water.
Scotland and England were united in 1707. This is the first and only time they were united and therefore have never been reunited.
Many sports were invented in Great Britain. I will just name the most popular ones. First of all Football (or soccer) was invented in England by saxons. Rugby was invented in Rugby, England. Golf was invented in Scotland, and so was Curling. Also in Scotland, Shinty was invented. This is only really popular in Scotland. The Brits also invented cricket. The U.K. can also take credit for Hurling, a sport only popular in Ireland. Finally, both Scotland and England can take credit for the small, up and coming sport of Koppball.
Sorry to disappoint you, but you can't play football for England; football is only for USA. But, FUTBOL, on the other hand, you can play for England.