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England’s FIFA World Cup Record & Statistics from 1950 to 2018

England’s full FIFA World Cup Record from 1950 to 2018 including qualification matches and Finals games. Complete Squad Details for every World Cup Finals in which England qualified with Table of Club Affiliations.

England’s FIFA World Cup Record 1950-2018

FIFA World Cup Qualification Matches
P W D L F A
112 76 25 11 275 67
FIFA World Cup Finals Matches
P W D L F A
69 29 21 19 91 64
Total FIFA World Cup Matches
P W D L F A
181 105 46 30 366 131
(4 drawn matches in World Cup Finals lost on penalty shoot-outs)
(1 drawn match in World Cup Finals won on penalty shoot-outs
Statistics correct to 14th July 2018 (Belgium 2-0 England)

England’s FIFA World Cup Record 1950-2018

1950 WORLD CUP BRAZIL
Date Opposition Venue Type F A
15-Oct-1949

Wales Football

Wales Ninian Park, Cardiff BC/ WCP 4 1
16-Nov-1949

Northern Ireland football

Northern Ireland Maine Road, Manchester BC/ WCP 9 2
15-Apr-1950

Scotland football

Scotland Hampden Park, Glasgow BC/ WCP 1 0
25-Jun-1950

Chile Football

Chile Estadio Maracana, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil WCF 2 0
29-Jun-1950

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United States Estadio Independencia, Belo Horizonte, Brazil WCF 0 1
2-Jul-1950

Spain Football

Spain Estadio Maracana, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil WCF 0 1
1954 WORLD CUP SWITZERLAND
Date Opposition Venue Type F A
10-Oct-1953

Wales Football

Wales Ninian Park, Cardiff BC/ WCP 4 1
11-Nov-1953

Northern Ireland football

Northern Ireland Goodison Park, Liverpool BC/ WCP 3 1
3-Apr-1954

Scotland football

Scotland Hampden Park, Glasgow BC/ WCP 4 2
17-Jun-1954

Belgium Football

Belgium St. Jakob Stadion, Basle, Switzerland WCF 4 4
20-Jun-1954

Switzerland Fooball

Switzerland Wankdorf Stadion, Berne, Switzerland WCF 2 0
26-Jun-1954

Uruguay Football

Uruguay St. Jakob Stadion, Basle, Switzerland WCF 2 4
1958 WORLD CUP SWEDEN
Date Opposition Venue Type F A
5-Dec-1956

Denmark Football

Denmark Molineux Ground, Wolverhampton WCP 5 2
8-May-1957

Ireland Football

Republic of Ireland Empire Stadium, Wembley, London WCP 5 1
15-May-1957

Denmark Football

Denmark Idraetsparken, Copenhagen WCP 4 1
19-May-1957

Ireland Football

Republic of Ireland Dalymount Park, Dublin WCP 1 1
8-Jun-1958

Soviet Union Football

USSR Nya Ullevi Stadion, Gothenburg, Sweden WCF 2 2
11-Jun-1958

Brazil Football

Brazil Nya Ullevi Stadion, Gothenburg, Sweden WCF 0 0
15-Jun-1958

Austria Football

Austria Ryavallen Stadion, Boras, Sweden WCF 2 2
17-Jun-1958

Soviet Union Football

USSR Nya Ullevi Stadion, Gothenburg, Sweden WCF PO 0 1
1962 WORLD CUP CHILE
Date Opposition Venue Type F A
19-Oct-1960

Luxemberg football

Luxembourg Stade Municipal, Luxembourg City WCP 9 0
21-May-1961

Portugal Football

Portugal Estadio Nacional, Lisbon WCP 1 1
28-Sep-1961

Luxemberg football

Luxembourg Arsenal Stadium, Highbury, London WCP 4 1
25-Oct-1961

Portugal Football

Portugal Empire Stadium, Wembley, London WCP 2 0
31-May-1962

Hungary Football

Hungary Braden Copper Company Stadium, Rancagua, Chile WCF 1 2
2-Jun-1962

Argentina Football

Argentina Braden Copper Company Stadium, Rancagua, Chile WCF 3 1
7-Jun-1962

Bulgaria Football

Bulgaria Braden Copper Company Stadium, Rancagua, Chile WCF 0 0
10-Jun-1962

Brazil Football

Brazil Estadio Sausalito, Viסa del Mar, Chile WCF QF 1 3
1966 WORLD CUP ENGLAND
QUALIFIED FOR FINALS AS HOST NATION
Date Opposition Venue Type F A
11-Jul-1966

Uruguay Football

Uruguay Empire Stadium, Wembley, London WCF 0 0
16-Jul-1966

Mexico Football

Mexico Empire Stadium, Wembley, London WCF 2 0
20-Jul-1966

France Football

France Empire Stadium, Wembley, London WCF 2 0
23-Jul-1966

Argentina Football

Argentina Empire Stadium, Wembley, London WCF QF 1 0
26-Jul-1966

Portugal Football

Portugal Empire Stadium, Wembley, London WCF SF 2 1
30-Jul-1966

Germany Football

West Germany Empire Stadium, Wembley, London WCF Fin 4 2
1970 WORLD CUP MEXICO
Date Opposition Venue Type F A
QUALIFIED FOR FINALS AS WORLD CUP HOLDERS
2-Jun-1970

Romania Football

Romania Estadio Jalisco, Guadalajara, Mexico WCF 1 0
7-Jun-1970

Brazil Football

Brazil Estadio Jalisco, Guadalajara, Mexico WCF 0 1
11-Jun-1970

Czech Football

Czechoslovakia Estadio Jalisco, Guadalajara, Mexico WCF 1 0
14-Jun-1970

Germany Football

West Germany Estadio Guanajuato, Leon, Mexico WCF QF 2 3
1974 WORLD CUP WEST GERMANY
Date Opposition Venue Type F A
15-Nov-1972

Wales Football

Wales Ninian Park, Cardiff WCP 1 0
24-Jan-1973

Wales Football

Wales Empire Stadium, Wembley, London WCP 1 1
6-Jun-1973

Poland Football

Poland Stadion Slaski, Chorzitw WCP 0 2
17-Oct-1973

Poland Football

Poland Empire Stadium, Wembley, London WCP 1 1
FAILED TO QUALIFY
1978 WORLD CUP ARGENTINA
Date Opposition Venue Type F A
13-Jun-1976

Finland Football

Finland Olympiastadion, Helsinki WCP 4 1
13-Oct-1976

Finland Football

Finland Empire Stadium, Wembley, London WCP 2 1
17-Nov-1976

Italy Football

Italy Stadio Olimpico, Rome WCP 0 2
30-Mar-1977

Luxemberg football

Luxembourg Empire Stadium, Wembley, London WCP 5 0
12-Oct-1977

Luxemberg football

Luxembourg Stade Municipal, Luxembourg City WCP 2 0
16-Nov-1977

Italy Football

Italy Empire Stadium, Wembley, London WCP 2 0
FAILED TO QUALIFY
1982 WORLD CUP SPAIN
Date Opposition Venue Type F A
10-Sep-1980

Norway Fooball

Norway Empire Stadium, Wembley, London WCP 4 0
15-Oct-1980

Romania Football

Romania Stadionul 23 August, Bucharest WCP 1 2
19-Nov-1980

Switzerland Fooball

Switzerland Empire Stadium, Wembley, London WCP 2 1
29-Apr-1981

Romania Football

Romania Empire Stadium, Wembley, London WCP 0 0
30-May-1981

Switzerland Fooball

Switzerland St. Jakob Stadion, Basle WCP 1 2
6-Jun-1981

Hungary Football

Hungary Npstadion, Budapest WCP 3 1
9-Sep-1981

Norway Fooball

Norway Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo WCP 1 2
18-Nov-1981

Hungary Football

Hungary Empire Stadium, Wembley, London WCP 1 0
16-Jun-1982

France Football

France Estadio San Mamיs, Bilbao, Spain WCF 3 1
20-Jun-1982

Czech Football

Czechoslovakia Estadio San Mamיs, Bilbao, Spain WCF 2 0
25-Jun-1982

Kuwait football

Kuwait Estadio San Mamיs, Bilbao, Spain WCF 1 0
29-Jun-1982

Germany Football

West Germany Estadio Santiago Bernabau, Madrid WCF R2 0 0
5-Jul-1982

Spain Football

Spain Estadio Santiago Bernabau, Madrid WCF R2 0 0
1986 WORLD CUP MEXICO
Date Opposition Venue Type F A
17-Oct-1984

Finland Football

Finland Empire Stadium, Wembley, London WCP 5 0
14-Nov-1984

Turkey Football

Turkey Stadium, Istanbul WCP 8 0
27-Feb-1985

Northern Ireland football

Northern Ireland Windsor Park, Belfast WCP 1 0
1-May-1985

Romania Football

Romania Stadionul 23 August, Bucharest WCP 0 0
22-May-1985

Finland Football

Finland Olympiastadion, Helsinki WCP 1 1
11-Sep-1985

Romania Football

Romania Empire Stadium, Wembley, London WCP 1 1
16-Oct-1985

Turkey Football

Turkey Empire Stadium, Wembley, London WCP 5 0
13-Nov-1985

Northern Ireland football

Northern Ireland Empire Stadium, Wembley, London WCP 0 0
3-Jun-1986

Portugal Football

Portugal Estadio Tecnologico, Monterrey, Mexico WCF 0 1
6-Jun-1986

Morocco football

Morocco Estadio Tecnologico, Monterrey, Mexico WCF 0 0
11-Jun-1986

Poland Football

Poland Estadio Universitario, Monterrey, Mexico WCF 3 0
18-Jun-1986

Paraguay Fooball

Paraguay Estadio Azteca, Mexico City, Mexico WCF R2 3 0
22-Jun-1986

Argentina Football

Argentina Estadio Azteca, Mexico City, Mexico WCF QF 1 2
1990 WORLD CUP ITALY
Date Opposition Venue Type F A
19-Oct-1988

Sweden Football

Sweden Empire Stadium, Wembley, London WCP 0 0
8-Mar-1989

Albania Football

Albania Qemal Stafa Stadium, Tirana WCP 2 0
26-Apr-1989

Albania Football

Albania Empire Stadium, Wembley, London WCP 5 0
3-Jun-1989

Poland Football

Poland Empire Stadium, Wembley, London WCP 3 0
6-Sep-1989

Sweden Football

Sweden Rוsunda Stadion, Solna WCP 0 0
11-Oct-1989

Poland Football

Poland Stadion Slaski, Chorzow WCP 0 0
11-Jun-1990

Ireland Football

Republic of Ireland Stadio SantaElia, Cagliari, Italy WCF 1 1
16-Jun-1990

Netherlands Football

Netherlands Stadio SantaElia, Cagliari, Italy WCF 0 0
21-Jun-1990

Egypt Football

Egypt Stadio SantaElia, Cagliari, Italy WCF 1 0
26-Jun-1990

Belgium Football

Belgium Stadio Renato Dall' Ara, Bologna, Italy WCF R2 1 0
1-Jul-1990

Cameroon Football

Cameroon Stadio San Paolo, Naples, Italy WCF QF 3 2
4-Jul-1990

Germany Football

West Germany Stadio Delle Alpi, Turin, Italy WCF SF 1 1
7-Jul-1990

Italy Football

Italy Stadio San Nicola, Bari, Italy WCF PO 1 2
1994 WORLD CUP UNITED STATES of AMERICA
Date Opposition Venue Type F A
14-Oct-1992

Norway Fooball

Norway Empire Stadium, Wembley, London WCP 1 1
18-Nov-1992

Turkey Football

Turkey Empire Stadium, Wembley, London WCP 4 0
17-Feb-1993

San Marino football

San Marino Empire Stadium, Wembley, London WCP 6 0
31-Mar-1993

Turkey Football

Turkey Ataturk Stadi, Izmir WCP 2 0
28-Apr-1993

Netherlands Football

Netherlands Empire Stadium, Wembley, London WCP 2 2
29-May-1993

Poland Football

Poland Stadion Slaski, Chorz WCP 1 1
2-Jun-1993

Norway Fooball

Norway Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo WCP 0 2
8-Sep-1993

Poland Football

Poland Empire Stadium, Wembley, London WCP 3 0
13-Oct-1993

Netherlands Football

Netherlands Stadion Feijenoord (“De Kuip”), Rotterdam WCP 0 2
17-Nov-1993

San Marino football

San Marino Stadio Renato Dall' Ara, Bologna, Italy WCP 7 1
FAILED TO QUALIFY
1998 WORLD CUP FRANCE
Date Opposition Venue Type F A
1-Sep-1996

Moldova football

Moldova Republic Stadium, Chisinau WCP 3 0
9-Oct-1996

Poland Football

Poland Empire Stadium, Wembley, London WCP 2 1
9-Nov-1996

Georgia Football

Georgia Boris Paichadze Stadium, Tbilisi WCP 2 0
12-Feb-1997

Italy Football

Italy Empire Stadium, Wembley, London WCP 0 1
30-Apr-1997

Georgia Football

Georgia Empire Stadium, Wembley, London WCP 2 0
31-May-1997

Poland Football

Poland Stadion Slaski, Chorzw WCP 2 0
10-Sep-1997

Moldova football

Moldova Empire Stadium, Wembley, London WCP 4 0
11-Oct-1997

Italy Football

Italy Stadio Olimpico, Rome WCP 0 0
15-Jun-1998

Tunisia Football

Tunisia Le Stade Volodrome, Marseille, France WCF 2 0
22-Jun-1998

Romania Football

Romania Stade Municipal, Toulouse, France WCF 1 2
26-Jun-1998

Colombia Football

Colombia Stade Felix-Bollaert, Lens, France WCF 2 0
30-Jun-1998

Argentina Football

Argentina Stade Geoffroy-Guichard, Saint-Etienne, France WCF R2 2 2
2002 WORLD CUP SOUTH KOREA & JAPAN
Date Opposition Venue Type F A
7-Oct-2000

Germany Football

Germany Empire Stadium, Wembley, London WCP 0 1
11-Oct-2000

Finland Football

Finland Olympiastadion, Helsinki WCP 0 0
24-Mar-2001

Finland Football

Finland Anfield Road, Liverpool WCP 2 1
28-Mar-2001

Albania Football

Albania Qemal Stafa Stadium, Tirana WCP 3 1
6-Jun-2001

Greece Football

Greece Olympic Stadium, Athens WCP 2 0
1-Sep-2001

Germany Football

Germany Olympiastadion, Munich WCP 5 1
5-Sep-2001

Albania Football

Albania St. James' Park, Newcastle WCP 2 0
6-Oct-2001

Greece Football

Greece Old Trafford, Manchester WCP 2 2
2-Jun-2002

Sweden Football

Sweden Saitama Stadium 2002, Saitama, Japan WCF 1 1
7-Jun-2002

Argentina Football

Argentina Sapporo Dome, Sapporo, Japan WCF 1 0
12-Jun-2002

Nigeria Football

Nigeria Nagai Stadium, Osaka, Japan WCF 0 0
15-Jun-2002

Denmark Football

Denmark Niigata Prefectural Stadium (“Big Swan”), Niigata, J WCF R2 3 0
21-Jun-2002

Brazil Football

Brazil Shizuoka Stadium Ecopa, Shizuoka, Japan WCF QF 1 2
2006 WORLD CUP GERMANY
Date Opposition Venue Type F A
4-Sep-2004

Austria Football

Austria Ernst Happel Stadium, Vienna, Austria WCP 2 2
8-Sep-2004

Poland Football

Poland Slaski Stadium, Katowice, Poland WCP 2 1
9-Oct-2004

Wales Football

Wales Old Trafford, Manchester WCP 2 0
13-Oct-2004

Azerbaijan football

Azerbaijan Tofig Bakhramov Stadium, Baku WCP 1 0
26-Mar-2005

Northern Ireland football

Northern Ireland Old Trafford, Manchester WCP 4 0
30-Mar-2005

Azerbaijan football

Azerbaijan St. James' Park, Newcastle WCP 2 0
3-Sep-2005

Wales Football

Wales Millennium Stadium, Cardiff, Wales WCP 1 0
7-Sep-2005

Northern Ireland football

Northern Ireland Windsor Park, Belfast WCP 0 1
8-Oct-2005

Austria Football

Austria Old Trafford, Manchester WCP 1 0
12-Oct-2005

Poland Football

Poland Old Trafford, Manchester WCP 2 1
10-Jun-2006

Paraguay Fooball

Paraguay Frankfurt, Germany WCF 1 0
15-Jun-2006

TRINIDAD & TOBAGO Football

Trinidad and Tobago Nuremburg, Germany WCF 2 0
20-Jun-2006

Sweden Football

Sweden Cologne, Germany WCF 2 2
25-Jun-2006

Ecuador football

Ecuador Stuttgart, Germany WCF R2 1 0
1-Jul-2006

Portugal Football

Portugal Arena AufSchalke, Gelsenkirchen, Germany WCF QF 0 0
2010 WORLD CUP SOUTH AFRICA
Date Opposition Venue Type F A
06-Sep-2008

Andorra Football

Andorra Estadi Comunal de Aixovall, Barcelona, Spain WCP 2 0
10-Sep-2008

croatia football

Croatia Stadion Maksimir, Zagreb, Croatia WCP 4 1
11-Oct-2008

KAZAKHSTAN Football

Kazakhstan Wembley Stadium, London WCP 5 1
15-Oct-2008

Belarus Football

Belarus Dinamo Stadion, Minsk, Belarus WCP 3 1
01-Apr-2009

Ukraine Football

Ukraine Wembley Stadium, London WCP 2 1
06-Jun-2009

KAZAKHSTAN Football

Kazakhstan Central Stadium, Almaty, Kazakhstan WCP 4 0
10-Jun-2009

Andorra Football

Andorra Wembley Stadium, London WCP 6 0
09-Sep-2009

croatia football

Croatia Wembley Stadium, London WCP 5 1
10-Oct-2009

Ukraine Football

Ukraine Dnipro Arena, Dnipropetrovsk WCP 0 1
14-Oct-2009

Belarus Football

Belarus Wembley WCP 3 0
12-Jun-2010

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United States Royal Bafokeng Stadium, Rustenburg, South Africa WCF 1 1
18-Jun-2010

Algeria Football

Algeria Cape Town Stadium, Cape Town, South Africa WCF 0 0
23-Jun-2010

Slovenia Football

Slovenia Nelson Mandela Bay, Port Elizabeth, South Africa WCF 1 0
27-Jun-2010

Germany Football

Germany Free State Stadium, Bloemfontein, South Africa WCF R2 1 4
2014 WORLD CUP BRAZIL
Date Opposition Venue Type F A
07-Sep-2012

Moldova football

Moldova Zimbru Stadium, Chișinău WCP 5 0
11-Sep-2012

Ukraine Football

Ukraine Wembley Stadium, London WCP 1 1
12-Oct-2012

San Marino football

San Marino Wembley Stadium, London WCP 5 0
17-Oct-2012

Poland Football

Poland National Stadium, Warsaw WCP 1 1
22-Mar-2013

San Marino football

San Marino Stadio Olimpico, Serravalle WCP 8 0
26-Mar-2013

Montenegro footballl

Montenegro Podgorica City Stadium, Podgorica WCP 1 1
06-Sep-2013

Moldova football

Moldova Wembley Stadium, London WCP 4 0
10-Sep-2013

Ukraine Football

Ukraine Olympic Stadium, Kiev WCP 0 0
11-Oct-2013

Montenegro footballl

Montenegro Wembley Stadium, London WCP 4 1
15-Oct-2013

Poland Football

Poland Wembley Stadium, London WCP 2 0
14-Jun-2014

Italy Football

Italy Arena Amazonia, Manus, Brazil WCF 1 2
19-Jun-2014

Uruguay Football

Uruguay Arena de São Paulo, Brazil WCF 1 2
24-Jun-2014

Costa Rica football

Costa Rica Estádio Mineirão, Belo Horizonte, Brazil WCF 0 0
2018 WORLD CUP RUSSIA
Date Opposition Venue Type F A
04-Sep-2016

Slovakia Štadión Antona Malatinského, Trnava WCP 1 0
08-Oct-2016

Malta Football

Malta Wembley Stadium, London WCP 2 0
11-Oct-2016

Slovenia Football

Slovenia Stadion Sozice, Ljubljana WCP 0 0
11-Nov-2016

Scotland football

Scotland Wembley Stadium, London WCP 3 0
26-Mar-2017

Lithuania football

Lithuania Wembley Stadium, London WCP 2 0
10-Jun-2017

Scotland football

Scotland Hampden Park, Glasgow, Scotland WCP 2 2
01-Sep-2017

Malta Football

Malta Ta' Qali National Stadium, Malta WCP 4 0
04-Sep-2017

Slovakia Wembley Stadium, London WCP 2 1
05-Oct-2017

Slovenia Football

Slovenia Wembley Stadium, London WCP 1 0
08-Oct-2017

Lithuania football

Lithuania LFF Stadium, Vilnius, Lithuania WCP 1 0
18-Jun-2018

Tunisia Football

Tunisia Volgograd, Russia WCF 2 1
24-Jun-2018

Panama FOOTBall

Panama Nizhny Novgorod, Russia WCF 6 1
28-Jun-2018

Belgium Football

Belgium Kaliningrad, Russia WCF 0 1
03-Jul-2018

Colombia Football

Colombia Otkrytiye Arena, Moscow, Russia WCF R2 1 1
07-Jul-2018

Sweden Football

Sweden Cosmos Arena, Samara, Russia WCF QF 2 0
11-Jul-2018

croatia football

Croatia Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow WCF SF 1 2
14-Jul-2018

Belgium Football

Belgium Krestovsky Stadium, Saint Petersburg, Russia WCF PO 0 2

England’s FIFA World Cup Squads and Managers 1950-2018

1950 World Cup Finals – Brazil
Head coach: Walter Winterbottom
No. Pos. Player DoB/Age Caps Club
DF John Aston 2 September 1921 (aged 28) 14 Manchester United
MF Eddie Baily 6 August 1925 (aged 24) 0 Tottenham Hotspur
FW Roy Bentley 17 May 1924 (aged 26) 4 Chelsea
MF Henry Cockburn 14 September 1921 (aged 28) 10 Manchester United
MF Jimmy Dickinson 24 April 1925 (aged 25) 7 Portsmouth
GK Ted Ditchburn 24 October 1921 (aged 28) 2 Tottenham Hotspur
DF Bill Eckersley 16 July 1925 (aged 24) 0 Blackburn Rovers
FW Tom Finney 5 April 1922 (aged 28) 25 Preston North End
MF Laurie Hughes 2 March 1924 (aged 26) 0 Liverpool
FW Wilf Mannion 16 May 1918 (aged 32) 19 Middlesbrough
FW Stanley Matthews 1 February 1915 (aged 35) 30 Blackpool
FW Jackie Milburn 11 May 1924 (aged 26) 7 Newcastle United
FW Stan Mortensen 26 May 1921 (aged 29) 18 Blackpool
FW Jimmy Mullen 6 January 1923 (aged 27) 4 Wolverhampton Wanderers
MF Bill Nicholson 26 January 1919 (aged 31) 0 Tottenham Hotspur
DF Alf Ramsey 22 January 1920 (aged 30) 5 Tottenham Hotspur
DF Laurie Scott 23 April 1917 (aged 33) 17 Arsenal
DF Jim Taylor 5 November 1917 (aged 32) 0 Fulham
MF Willie Watson 7 March 1920 (aged 30) 2 Sunderland
GK Bert Williams 31 January 1920 (aged 30) 7 Wolverhampton Wanderers
DF Billy Wright 6 February 1924 (aged 26) 29 Wolverhampton Wanderers
This was the first World Cup Finals where players wore numbers but only 1 to 11 were used.
1954 World Cup Finals – Switzerland
Head coach: Walter Winterbottom
No. Pos. Player DoB/Age Caps Club
1 GK Gil Merrick 26 January 1922 (aged 32) 20 Birmingham City
2 DF Ron Staniforth 13 April 1924 (aged 30) 3 Huddersfield Town
3 DF Roger Byrne 8 February 1929 (aged 25) 3 Manchester United
4 DF Billy Wright 6 February 1924 (aged 30) 58 Wolverhampton Wanderers
5 MF Syd Owen 28 February 1922 (aged 32) 2 Luton Town
6 MF Jimmy Dickinson 24 April 1925 (aged 29) 35 Portsmouth
7 FW Stanley Matthews 1 February 1915 (aged 39) 36 Blackpool
8 FW Ivor Broadis 18 December 1922 (aged 31) 11 Newcastle United
9 FW Nat Lofthouse 27 August 1925 (aged 28) 19 Bolton Wanderers
10 FW Tommy Taylor 29 January 1932 (aged 22) 3 Manchester United
11 FW Tom Finney 5 April 1922 (aged 32) 51 Preston North End
12 GK Ted Burgin 29 April 1927 (aged 27) 0 Sheffield United
13 DF Ken Green 27 April 1924 (aged 30) 0 Birmingham City
14 MF Bill McGarry 10 June 1927 (aged 27) 0 Huddersfield Town
15 FW Dennis Wilshaw 11 March 1926 (aged 28) 1 Wolverhampton Wanderers
16 MF Albert Quixall 9 August 1933 (aged 20) 3 Sheffield Wednesday
17 FW Jimmy Mullen 6 January 1923 (aged 31) 11 Wolverhampton Wanderers
18 DF Allenby Chilton* 16 September 1918 (aged 35) 2 Manchester United
19 MF Ken Armstrong* 3 June 1924 (aged 30) 0 Chelsea
20 MF Bedford Jezzard* 19 October 1927 (aged 26) 1 Fulham
21 MF Johnny Haynes* 17 October 1934 (aged 19) 0 Fulham
22 FW Harry Hooper* 14 June 1933 (aged 21) 0 West Ham United
*Only 17 of the squad of 22 players travelled to Switzerland.
1958 World Cup Finals – Sweden
Head coach: Walter Winterbottom
No. Pos. Player DoB/Age Caps Club
1 GK Colin McDonald 15 October 1930 (aged 27) 1 Burnley
2 DF Don Howe 12 October 1935 (aged 22) 7 West Bromwich Albion
3 DF Tommy Banks 10 November 1929 (aged 28) 1 Bolton Wanderers
4 DF Eddie Clamp 14 September 1934 (aged 23) 1 Wolverhampton Wanderers
5 MF Billy Wright 6 February 1924 (aged 34) 92 Wolverhampton Wanderers
6 MF Bill Slater 29 April 1927 (aged 31) 6 Wolverhampton Wanderers
7 FW Bryan Douglas 27 May 1934 (aged 24) 7 Blackburn Rovers
8 FW Bobby Robson 18 February 1933 (aged 25) 2 West Bromwich Albion
9 FW Derek Kevan 6 March 1935 (aged 23) 7 West Bromwich Albion
10 FW Johnny Haynes 17 October 1934 (aged 23) 20 Fulham
11 FW Tom Finney 5 April 1922 (aged 36) 73 Preston North End
12 GK Eddie Hopkinson 29 October 1935 (aged 22) 6 Bolton Wanderers
13 GK Alan Hodgkinson 16 August 1936 (aged 21) 4 Sheffield United
14 DF Peter Sillett 1 February 1933 (aged 25) 3 Chelsea
15 DF Ronnie Clayton 5 August 1934 (aged 23) 20 Blackburn Rovers
16 DF Maurice Norman 8 May 1934 (aged 24) 0 Tottenham Hotspur
17 FW Peter Brabrook 8 November 1937 (aged 20) 0 Chelsea
18 FW Peter Broadbent 15 May 1933 (aged 25) 0 Wolverhampton Wanderers
19 FW Bobby Smith 22 February 1933 (aged 25) 0 Tottenham Hotspur
20 FW Bobby Charlton 11 October 1937 (aged 20) 3 Manchester United
21 FW Alan A'Court 30 September 1934 (aged 23) 1 Liverpool
22 FW Maurice Setters 16 December 1936 (aged 21) 0 West Bromwich Albion
1962 World Cup Finals – Chile
Head coach: Walter Winterbottom
No. Pos. Player DoB/Age Caps Club
1 GK Ron Springett 22 July 1935 (aged 26) 21 Sheffield Wednesday
2 DF Jimmy Armfield 2 September 1935 (aged 26) 25 Blackpool
3 DF Ray Wilson 17 December 1934 (aged 27) 11 Huddersfield Town
4 FW Bobby Robson 18 February 1933 (aged 29) 20 West Bromwich Albion
5 MF Peter Swan 8 October 1936 (aged 25) 19 Sheffield Wednesday
6 MF Ron Flowers 28 July 1934 (aged 27) 32 Wolverhampton Wanderers
7 MF John Connelly 18 July 1938 (aged 23) 8 Burnley
8 FW Jimmy Greaves 20 February 1940 (aged 22) 18 Tottenham Hotspur
9 FW Gerry Hitchens 8 October 1934 (aged 27) 5 Internazionale Milan (Italy)
10 FW Johnny Haynes 17 October 1934 (aged 27) 52 Fulham
11 FW Bobby Charlton 11 October 1937 (aged 24) 35 Manchester United
12 GK Alan Hodgkinson 16 August 1936 (aged 25) 5 Sheffield United
13 FW Derek Kevan 6 March 1935 (aged 27) 14 West Bromwich Albion
14 MF Stan Anderson 27 February 1933 (aged 29) 2 Sunderland
15 DF Maurice Norman 8 May 1934 (aged 28) 1 Tottenham Hotspur
16 DF Bobby Moore 12 April 1941 (aged 21) 1 West Ham United
17 MF Bryan Douglas 27 May 1934 (aged 28) 29 Blackburn Rovers
18 FW Roger Hunt 20 July 1938 (aged 23) 1 Liverpool
19 FW Alan Peacock 29 October 1937 (aged 24) 0 Middlesbrough
20 MF George Eastham 23 September 1936 (aged 25) 0 Arsenal
21 DF Don Howe 12 October 1935 (aged 26) 23 West Bromwich Albion
22 GK Gordon Banks 30 December 1937 (aged 24) 0 Leicester City
1966 World Cup Finals – England
Manager: Alf Ramsey
No. Pos. Player DoB/Age Caps Club
1 GK Gordon Banks 30 December 1937 (aged 28) 27 Leicester City
2 DF George Cohen 22 October 1939 (aged 26) 24 Fulham
3 DF Ray Wilson 17 December 1934 (aged 31) 45 Everton
4 MF Nobby Stiles 18 May 1942 (aged 24) 14 Manchester United
5 DF Jack Charlton 8 May 1935 (aged 31) 16 Leeds United
6 DF Bobby Moore (capt) 12 April 1941 (aged 25) 41 West Ham United
7 MF Alan Ball 12 May 1945 (aged 21) 10 Blackpool
8 FW Jimmy Greaves 20 February 1940 (aged 26) 51 Tottenham Hotspur
9 MF Bobby Charlton 11 October 1937 (aged 28) 68 Manchester United
10 FW Geoff Hurst 8 December 1941 (aged 24) 4 West Ham United
11 FW John Connelly 18 July 1938 (aged 27) 19 Manchester United
12 GK Ron Springett 22 July 1935 (aged 30) 33 Sheffield Wednesday
13 GK Peter Bonetti 27 September 1941 (aged 24) 1 Chelsea
14 DF Jimmy Armfield 21 September 1935 (aged 30) 43 Blackpool
15 DF Gerry Byrne 29 August 1938 (aged 27) 2 Liverpool
16 MF Martin Peters 8 November 1943 (aged 22) 3 West Ham United
17 DF Ron Flowers 28 July 1934 (aged 31) 49 Wolverhampton Wanderers
18 DF Norman Hunter 24 October 1943 (aged 22) 4 Leeds United
19 FW Terry Paine 23 March 1939 (aged 27) 18 Southampton
20 MF Ian Callaghan 10 April 1942 (aged 24) 1 Liverpool
21 FW Roger Hunt 20 July 1938 (aged 27) 13 Liverpool
22 MF George Eastham 23 September 1936 (aged 29) 19 Arsenal
1970 World Cup Finals – Mexico
Manager: Alf Ramsey
No. Pos. Player DoB/Age Caps Club
1 GK Gordon Banks 30 December 1937 (aged 32) 59 Stoke City
2 DF Keith Newton 23 June 1941 (aged 28) 24 Everton
3 DF Terry Cooper 12 July 1944 (aged 25) 8 Leeds United
4 MF Alan Mullery 23 November 1941 (aged 28) 27 Tottenham Hotspur
5 DF Brian Labone 23 January 1940 (aged 30) 23 Everton
6 DF Bobby Moore 12 April 1941 (aged 29) 80 West Ham United
7 FW Francis Lee 29 April 1944 (aged 26) 14 Manchester City
8 MF Alan Ball 12 May 1945 (aged 25) 41 Everton
9 MF Bobby Charlton 11 October 1937 (aged 32) 102 Manchester United
10 FW Geoff Hurst 8 December 1941 (aged 28) 38 West Ham United
11 MF Martin Peters 8 November 1943 (aged 26) 38 Tottenham Hotspur
12 GK Peter Bonetti 27 September 1941 (aged 28) 6 Chelsea
13 GK Alex Stepney 18 September 1942 (aged 27) 1 Manchester United
14 DF Tommy Wright 21 October 1944 (aged 25) 9 Everton
15 DF Nobby Stiles 18 May 1942 (aged 28) 28 Manchester United
16 MF Emlyn Hughes 28 August 1947 (aged 22) 6 Liverpool
17 DF Jack Charlton 8 May 1935 (aged 35) 34 Leeds United
18 DF Norman Hunter 29 October 1943 (aged 26) 13 Leeds United
19 MF Colin Bell 26 February 1946 (aged 24) 11 Manchester City
20 FW Peter Osgood 20 February 1947 (aged 23) 1 Chelsea
21 FW Allan Clarke 31 July 1946 (aged 23) 0 Leeds United
22 FW Jeff Astle 13 May 1942 (aged 28) 3 West Bromwich Albion
1982 World Cup Finals – Spain
Manager: Ron Greenwood
No. Pos. Player DoB/Age Caps Club
1 GK Ray Clemence 5 August 1948 (aged 33) Tottenham Hotspur
2 DF Viv Anderson 29 August 1956 (aged 25) Nottingham Forest
3 MF Trevor Brooking 2 October 1948 (aged 33) West Ham United
4 DF Terry Butcher 28 December 1958 (aged 23) Ipswich Town
5 MF Steve Coppell 9 July 1955 (aged 26) Manchester United
6 DF Steve Foster 24 September 1957 (aged 24) Brighton and Hove Albion
7 FW Kevin Keegan 14 February 1951 (aged 31) Southampton
8 FW Trevor Francis 19 April 1954 (aged 28) Manchester City
9 MF Glenn Hoddle 27 October 1957 (aged 24) Tottenham Hotspur
10 MF Terry McDermott 8 December 1951 (aged 30) Liverpool
11 FW Paul Mariner 22 May 1953 (aged 29) Ipswich Town
12 DF Mick Mills 4 January 1949 (aged 33) Ipswich Town
13 GK Joe Corrigan 18 November 1948 (aged 33) Manchester City
14 DF Phil Neal 20 February 1951 (aged 31) Liverpool
15 MF Graham Rix 23 October 1957 (aged 24) Arsenal
16 MF Bryan Robson 11 January 1957 (aged 25) Manchester United
17 DF Kenny Sansom 26 September 1958 (aged 23) Arsenal
18 DF Phil Thompson 21 January 1954 (aged 28) Liverpool
19 MF Ray Wilkins 14 September 1956 (aged 25) Manchester United
20 FW Peter Withe 30 August 1951 (aged 30) Aston Villa
21 FW Tony Woodcock 6 December 1955 (aged 26) FC Köln (West Germany)
22 GK Peter Shilton 18 September 1949 (aged 32) Nottingham Forest
1986 World Cup Finals – Mexico
Manager: Bobby Robson
No. Pos. Player DoB/Age Caps Club
1 GK Peter Shilton 18 September 1949 (aged 36) Southampton
2 DF Gary Stevens 27 March 1963 (aged 23) Everton
3 DF Kenny Sansom 26 September 1958 (aged 27) Arsenal
4 MF Glenn Hoddle 27 October 1957 (aged 28) Tottenham Hotspur
5 DF Alvin Martin 29 July 1958 (aged 27) West Ham United
6 DF Terry Butcher 28 December 1958 (aged 27) Ipswich Town
7 MF Bryan Robson 11 January 1957 (aged 29) Manchester United
8 MF Ray Wilkins 14 September 1956 (aged 29) AC Milan (Italy)
9 FW Mark Hateley 7 November 1961 (aged 24) AC Milan (Italy)
10 FW Gary Lineker 30 November 1960 (aged 25) Everton
11 MF Chris Waddle 14 December 1960 (aged 25) Tottenham Hotspur
12 DF Viv Anderson 29 August 1956 (aged 29) Arsenal
13 GK Chris Woods 14 November 1959 (aged 26) Norwich City
14 DF Terry Fenwick 17 November 1959 (aged 26) Queens Park Rangers
15 DF Gary A Stevens 30 March 1962 (aged 24) Tottenham Hotspur
16 MF Peter Reid 20 June 1956 (aged 29) Everton
17 MF Trevor Steven 21 September 1963 (aged 22) Everton
18 MF Steve Hodge 25 October 1962 (aged 23) Aston Villa
19 MF John Barnes 7 November 1963 (aged 22) Watford
20 FW Peter Beardsley 18 January 1961 (aged 25) Newcastle United
21 FW Kerry Dixon 24 July 1961 (aged 24) Chelsea
22 GK Gary Bailey 9 August 1958 (aged 27) Manchester United
1990 World Cup Finals – Italy
Manager: Bobby Robson
No. Pos. Player DoB/Age Caps Club
1 GK Peter Shilton 18 September 1949 (aged 40) 118 Derby County
2 DF Gary Stevens 27 March 1963 (aged 27) 39 Rangers (Scotland)
3 DF Stuart Pearce 24 April 1962 (aged 28) 24 Nottingham Forest
4 MF Neil Webb 30 July 1962 (aged 27) 24 Manchester United
5 DF Des Walker 26 November 1965 (aged 24) 18 Nottingham Forest
6 DF Terry Butcher 28 December 1958 (aged 31) 72 Rangers (Scotland)
7 MF Bryan Robson (c) 11 January 1957 (aged 33) 85 Manchester United
8 MF Chris Waddle 14 December 1960 (aged 29) 52 Marseille (France)
9 FW Peter Beardsley 18 January 1961 (aged 29) 40 Liverpool
10 FW Gary Lineker 30 November 1960 (aged 29) 51 Tottenham Hotspur
11 MF John Barnes 7 November 1963 (aged 26) 53 Liverpool
12 DF Paul Parker 4 April 1964 (aged 26) 5 Queens Park Rangers
13 GK Chris Woods 14 November 1959 (aged 30) 16 Rangers (Scotland)
14 DF Mark Wright 1 August 1963 (aged 26) 24 Derby County
15 DF Tony Dorigo 31 December 1965 (aged 24) 3 Chelsea
16 MF Steve McMahon 20 August 1961 (aged 28) 12 Liverpool
17 MF David Platt 10 June 1966 (aged 23) 5 Aston Villa
18 MF Steve Hodge 25 October 1962 (aged 27) 22 Nottingham Forest
19 MF Paul Gascoigne 27 May 1967 (aged 23) 11 Tottenham Hotspur
20 MF Trevor Steven 21 September 1963 (aged 26) 26 Rangers (Scotland)
21 FW Steve Bull 28 March 1965 (aged 25) 7 Wolverhampton Wanderers
22 GK Dave Beasant 20 March 1959 (aged 31) 2 Chelsea
1998 World Cup Finals – France
Manager: Glenn Hoddle
No. Pos. Player DoB/Age Caps Club
1 GK David Seaman 19 September 1963 (aged 34) 40 Arsenal
2 DF Sol Campbell 18 September 1974 (aged 23) 16 Tottenham Hotspur
3 DF Graeme Le Saux 17 October 1968 (aged 29) 25 Chelsea
4 MF Paul Ince 21 October 1967 (aged 30) 39 Liverpool
5 DF Tony Adams 10 October 1966 (aged 31) 51 Arsenal
6 DF Gareth Southgate 3 September 1970 (aged 27) 25 Aston Villa
7 MF David Beckham 2 May 1975 (aged 23) 15 Manchester United
8 MF David Batty 2 December 1968 (aged 29) 31 Newcastle United
9 FW Alan Shearer 13 August 1970 (aged 27) 39 Newcastle United
10 FW Teddy Sheringham 2 April 1966 (aged 32) 33 Manchester United
11 MF Steve McManaman 11 February 1972 (aged 26) 21 Liverpool
12 DF Gary Neville 18 February 1975 (aged 23) 27 Manchester United
13 GK Nigel Martyn 11 August 1966 (aged 31) 7 Leeds United
14 MF Darren Anderton 3 March 1972 (aged 26) 18 Tottenham Hotspur
15 MF Paul Merson 20 March 1968 (aged 30) 18 Middlesbrough
16 MF Paul Scholes 16 November 1974 (aged 23) 7 Manchester United
17 MF Rob Lee 1 February 1966 (aged 32) 17 Newcastle United
18 DF Martin Keown 24 July 1966 (aged 31) 18 Arsenal
19 FW Les Ferdinand 18 December 1966 (aged 31) 17 Tottenham Hotspur
20 FW Michael Owen 14 December 1979 (aged 18) 5 Liverpool
21 DF Rio Ferdinand 7 November 1978 (aged 19) 3 West Ham United
22 GK Tim Flowers 3 February 1967 (aged 31) 11 Blackburn Rovers
2002 World Cup Finals – Japan & South Korea
Manager: Sven-Göran Eriksson (Sweden)
No. Pos. Player DoB/Age Caps Club
1 GK David Seaman 19 September 1963 (aged 38) 68 Arsenal
2 DF Danny Mills 18 May 1977 (aged 25) 7 Leeds United
3 DF Ashley Cole 20 December 1980 (aged 21) 8 Arsenal
4 MF Trevor Sinclair 2 March 1973 (aged 29) 5 West Ham United
5 DF Rio Ferdinand 7 November 1978 (aged 23) 21 Leeds United
6 DF Sol Campbell 18 September 1974 (aged 27) 45 Arsenal
7 MF David Beckham (c) 2 May 1975 (aged 27) 49 Manchester United
8 MF Paul Scholes 16 November 1974 (aged 27) 43 Manchester United
9 FW Robbie Fowler 9 April 1975 (aged 27) 24 Leeds United
10 FW Michael Owen 14 December 1979 (aged 22) 35 Liverpool
11 FW Emile Heskey 11 January 1978 (aged 24) 23 Liverpool
12 DF Wes Brown 13 October 1979 (aged 22) 6 Manchester United
13 GK Nigel Martyn 11 August 1966 (aged 35) 22 Leeds United
14 DF Wayne Bridge 5 August 1980 (aged 21) 5 Southampton
15 DF Martin Keown 24 July 1966 (aged 35) 42 Arsenal
16 DF Gareth Southgate 3 September 1970 (aged 31) 48 Middlesbrough
17 FW Teddy Sheringham 2 April 1966 (aged 36) 46 Tottenham Hotspur
18 MF Owen Hargreaves 20 January 1981 (aged 21) 6 Bayern Munich (Germany)
19 MF Joe Cole 8 November 1981 (aged 20) 6 West Ham United
20 FW Darius Vassell 13 June 1980 (aged 21) 5 Aston Villa
21 MF Nicky Butt 21 January 1975 (aged 27) 18 Manchester United
22 GK David James 1 August 1970 (aged 31) 9 West Ham United
23 MF Kieron Dyer 29 December 1978 (aged 23) 9 Newcastle United
2006 World Cup Finals – Germany
Manager: Sven-Göran Eriksson (Sweden)
No. Pos. Player DoB/Age Caps Club
1 GK Paul Robinson 15 October 1979 (aged 26) 21 Tottenham Hotspur
2 DF Gary Neville 18 February 1975 (aged 31) 79 Manchester United
3 DF Ashley Cole 20 December 1980 (aged 25) 46 Arsenal
4 MF Steven Gerrard 30 May 1980 (aged 26) 42 Liverpool
5 DF Rio Ferdinand 7 November 1978 (aged 27) 47 Manchester United
6 DF John Terry 7 December 1980 (aged 25) 24 Chelsea
7 MF David Beckham (c) 2 May 1975 (aged 31) 89 Real Madrid (Spain)
8 MF Frank Lampard 20 June 1978 (aged 27) 40 Chelsea
9 FW Wayne Rooney 24 October 1985 (aged 20) 29 Manchester United
10 FW Michael Owen 14 December 1979 (aged 26) 77 Newcastle United
11 MF Joe Cole 8 November 1981 (aged 24) 32 Chelsea
12 DF Sol Campbell 18 September 1974 (aged 31) 68 Arsenal
13 GK David James 1 August 1970 (aged 35) 34 Manchester City
14 DF Wayne Bridge 5 August 1980 (aged 25) 23 Chelsea
15 DF Jamie Carragher 28 January 1978 (aged 28) 25 Liverpool
16 MF Owen Hargreaves 20 January 1981 (aged 25) 30 Bayern Munich (Germany)
17 MF Jermaine Jenas 18 February 1983 (aged 23) 15 Tottenham Hotspur
18 MF Michael Carrick 28 July 1981 (aged 24) 6 Tottenham Hotspur
19 MF Aaron Lennon 16 April 1987 (aged 19) 1 Tottenham Hotspur
20 MF Stewart Downing 22 July 1984 (aged 21) 2 Middlesbrough
21 FW Peter Crouch 30 January 1981 (aged 25) 7 Liverpool
22 GK Scott Carson 3 September 1985 (aged 20) 0 Liverpool
23 FW Theo Walcott 16 March 1989 (aged 17) 1 Arsenal
2010 World Cup Finals – South Africa
Manager: Fabio Capello (Italy)
No. Pos. Player DoB/Age Caps Club
1 GK David James 1 August 1970 (aged 39) 50 Portsmouth
2 DF Glen Johnson 23 August 1984 (aged 25) 22 Liverpool
3 DF Ashley Cole 20 December 1980 (aged 29) 78 Chelsea
4 MF Steven Gerrard (c) 30 May 1980 (aged 30) 80 Liverpool
5 DF Michael Dawson 18 November 1983 (aged 26) 0 Tottenham Hotspur
6 DF John Terry 7 December 1980 (aged 29) 60 Chelsea
7 MF Aaron Lennon 16 April 1987 (aged 23) 17 Tottenham Hotspur
8 MF Frank Lampard 20 June 1978 (aged 31) 78 Chelsea
9 FW Peter Crouch 30 January 1981 (aged 29) 38 Tottenham Hotspur
10 FW Wayne Rooney 24 October 1985 (aged 24) 60 Manchester United
11 MF Joe Cole 8 November 1981 (aged 28) 54 Chelsea
12 GK Robert Green 18 January 1980 (aged 30) 10 West Ham United
13 DF Stephen Warnock 12 December 1981 (aged 28) 1 Aston Villa
14 MF Gareth Barry 23 February 1981 (aged 29) 36 Manchester City
15 DF Matthew Upson 18 April 1979 (aged 31) 19 West Ham United
16 MF James Milner 4 January 1986 (aged 24) 8 Aston Villa
17 MF Shaun Wright-Phillips 25 October 1981 (aged 28) 31 Manchester City
18 DF Jamie Carragher 28 January 1978 (aged 32) 36 Liverpool
19 FW Jermain Defoe 7 October 1982 (aged 27) 39 Tottenham Hotspur
20 DF Ledley King 12 October 1980 (aged 29) 20 Tottenham Hotspur
21 FW Emile Heskey 11 January 1978 (aged 32) 58 Aston Villa
22 MF Michael Carrick 28 July 1981 (aged 28) 22 Manchester United
23 GK Joe Hart 19 April 1987 (aged 23) 3 Manchester City
2014 World Cup Finals – Brazil
Manager: Roy Hodgson
No. Pos. Player DoB/Age Caps Club
1 GK Joe Hart May 19, 1987 (aged 27) 39 Manchester City
2 GK Ben Foster May 3, 1983 (aged 31) 6 West Bromwich Albion
3 GK Fraser Forster March 17, 1988 (aged 26) 1 Celtic (Scotland)
4 DF Glen Johnson 23 August 1984 (age 29) 50 Liverpool
5 DF Gary Cahill 19 December 1985 (age 28) 23 Chelsea
6 DF Phil Jagielka 17 August 1982 (age 31) 24 Everton
7 DF Leighton Baines 11 December 1984 (age 29) 22 Everton
8 DF Chris Smalling 22 November 1989 (age 24) 10 Manchester United
9 DF Phil Jones 121 February 1992 (age 22) 9 Manchester United
10 DF Luke Shaw 12 July 1995 (age 18) 1 Southampton
11 MF Steven Gerrard 30 May 1980 (age 33) 109 Liverpool
12 MF Frank Lampard 20 June 1978 (age 35) 103 Chelsea
13 MF James Milner 4 January 1986 (age 28) 45 Manchester City
14 MF Jack Wilshere 1 January 1992 (age 22) 15 Arsenal
15 MF Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain 15 August 1993 (age 20) 14 Arsenal
16 MF Jordan Henderson 17 June 1990 (age 23) 8 Liverpool
17 MF Raheem Sterling 8 December 1994 (age 19) 2 Liverpool
18 MF Ross Barkley 5 December 1993 (age 20) 3 Everton
19 MF Adam Lallana 10 May 1988 (age 26) 3 Southampton
20 FW Wayne Rooney 24 October 1985 (age 28) 89 Manchester United
21 FW Danny Welbeck 26 November 1990 (age 23) 21 Manchester United
22 FW Daniel Sturridge 1 September 1989 (age 24) 10 Liverpool
23 FW Rickie Lambert 16 February 1982 (age 32) 4 Southampton
2018 World Cup Finals – Russia
Manager: Gareth Southgate
No. Pos. Player DoB/Age Caps Club
1 GK Jordan Pickford 7 March 1994 (aged 24) 2 Everton
2 DF Kyle Walker 28 May 1990 (aged 28) 34 Manchester City
3 DF Danny Rose 2 July 1990 (aged 27) 16 Tottenham Hotspur
4 MF Eric Dier 15 January 1994 (aged 24) 25 Tottenham Hotspur
5 DF John Stones 28 May 1994 (aged 24) 24 Manchester City
6 DF Harry Maguire 5 March 1993 (aged 25) 4 Leicester City
7 MF Jesse Lingard 15 December 1992 (aged 25) 10 Manchester United
8 MF Jordan Henderson 17 June 1990 (aged 27) 38 Liverpool
9 FW Harry Kane (captain) 28 July 1993 (aged 24) 23 Tottenham Hotspur
10 FW Raheem Sterling 8 December 1994 (aged 23) 37 Manchester City
11 FW Jamie Vardy 11 January 1987 (aged 31) 21 Leicester City
12 DF Kieran Trippier 19 September 1990 (aged 27) 5 Tottenham Hotspur
13 GK Jack Butland 10 March 1993 (aged 25) 7 Stoke City
14 FW Danny Welbeck 26 November 1990 (aged 27) 37 Arsenal
15 DF Gary Cahill 19 December 1985 (aged 32) 58 Chelsea
16 DF Phil Jones 21 February 1992 (aged 26) 24 Manchester United
17 DF Fabian Delph 21 November 1989 (aged 28) 9 Manchester City
18 DF Ashley Young 9 July 1985 (aged 32) 33 Manchester United
19 FW Marcus Rashford 31 October 1997 (aged 20) 17 Manchester United
20 MF Dele Alli 11 April 1996 (aged 22) 23 Tottenham Hotspur
21 MF Ruben Loftus-Cheek 23 January 1996 (aged 22) 2 Crystal Palace
22 DF Trent Alexander-Arnold 7 October 1998 (aged 19) 0 Liverpool
23 GK Nick Pope 19 April 1992 (aged 26) 0 Burnley
2022 World Cup Finals – Qatar
No. Pos. Player DoB/Age Caps Club

 

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