England’s UEFA European Championships Record & Statistics 1960-2020

England’s full UEFA European Championships Record from 1960 to 2020 including qualification matches and Finals games.
Complete Squad Details for every European Championship Finals in which England qualified with Table of Club Affiliations.

England's Euro Record 1960-2020
Euro Qualification Matches
P W D L F A
102 68 24 10 231 59
Euro Finals Matches
P W D L F A
31 10 11 10 40 35
Total Euro Matches
P W D L F A
133 78 35 20 271 94
4 drawn Euro Finals matches went to penalty shoot-outs (1 win, 3 defeats)
Statistics correct to 25th March 2019 (Montenegro 1-5 England)

England's UEFA European Championship Record 1960-2020
1960 EUROS FRANCE
DID NOT ENTER
1964 EUROS SPAIN
Date Opposition Venue Type F A
3-Oct-1962

France Football

France Hillsborough, Sheffield ECP 1 1
27-Feb-1963

France Football

France Parc des Princes, Paris ECP 2 5
1968 EUROS ITALY
22-Oct-1966

Northern Ireland football

Northern Ireland Windsor Park, Belfast BC/ ECP 2 0
16-Nov-1966

Wales Football

Wales Empire Stadium, Wembley, London BC/ ECP 5 1
15-Apr-1967

Scotland football

Scotland Empire Stadium, Wembley, London BC/ ECP 2 3
21-Oct-1967

Wales Football

Wales Ninian Park, Cardiff BC/ ECP 3 0
22-Nov-1967

Northern Ireland football

Northern Ireland Empire Stadium, Wembley, London BC/ ECP 2 0
24-Feb-1968

Scotland football

Scotland Hampden Park, Glasgow BC/ ECP 1 1
3-Apr-1968

Spain Football

Spain Empire Stadium, Wembley, London ECP QF 1 0
8-May-1968

Spain Football

Spain Estadio Santiago Bernabau, Madrid ECP QF 2 1
5-Jun-1968

Yugoslavia Football

Yugoslavia Stadio Communale, Florence, Italy ECF SF 0 1
8-Jun-1968

Soviet Union Football

U.S.S.R. Stadio Olimpico, Rome, Italy ECF 3rd 2 0
1972 EUROS BELGIUM
3-Feb-1971

Malta Football

Malta Empire Stadium, Gzira ECP 1 0
21-Apr-1971

Greece Football

Greece Empire Stadium, Wembley, London ECP 3 0
12-May-1971

Malta Football

Malta Empire Stadium, Wembley, London ECP 5 0
13-Oct-1971

Switzerland Fooball

Switzerland St. Jakob Stadion, Basle ECP 3 2
10-Nov-1971

Switzerland Fooball

Switzerland Empire Stadium, Wembley, London ECP 1 1
1-Dec-1971

Greece Football

Greece Karaiskakis Stadium, Piraeus ECP 2 0
29-Apr-1972

Germany Football

West Germany Empire Stadium, Wembley, London ECP QF 1 3
13-May-1972

Germany Football

West Germany Olympiastadion, Berlin ECP QF 0 0
1976 EUROS YUGOSLAVIA
30-Oct-1974

Czech Football

Czechoslovakia Empire Stadium, Wembley, London ECP 3 0
20-Nov-1974

Portugal Football

Portugal Empire Stadium, Wembley, London ECP 0 0
16-Apr-1975

Cyprus Football

Cyprus Empire Stadium, Wembley, London ECP 5 0
11-May-1975

Cyprus Football

Cyprus Tsirion Athletic Centre, Limassol ECP 1 0
30-Oct-1975

Czech Football

Czechoslovakia Stadium Teheln Pole, Bratislava ECP 1 2
19-Nov-1975

Portugal Football

Portugal Estadio Josי Alvalade, Lisbon ECP 1 1
1980 EUROS ITALY
20-Sep-1978

Denmark Football

Denmark Idraetsparken, Copenhagen ECP 4 3
25-Oct-1978

Ireland Football

Republic of Ireland Lansdowne Road, Dublin ECP 1 1
7-Feb-1979

Northern Ireland football

Northern Ireland Empire Stadium, Wembley, London ECP 4 0
6-Jun-1979

Bulgaria Football

Bulgaria Stadion Vasilij Levski, Sofia ECP 3 0
12-Sep-1979

Denmark Football

Denmark Empire Stadium, Wembley, London ECP 1 0
17-Oct-1979

Northern Ireland football

Northern Ireland Windsor Park, Belfast ECP 5 1
22-Nov-1979

Bulgaria Football

Bulgaria Empire Stadium, Wembley, London ECP 2 0
6-Feb-1980

Ireland Football

Republic of Ireland Empire Stadium, Wembley, London ECP 2 0
12-Jun-1980

Belgium Football

Belgium Stadio Communale, Turin, Italy ECF 1 1
15-Jun-1980

Italy Football

Italy Stadio Communale, Turin, Italy ECF 0 1
18-Jun-1980

Spain Football

Spain Stadio San Paolo, Naples, Italy ECF 2 1
1984 EUROS FRANCE
22-Sep-1982

Denmark Football

Denmark Idraetsparken, Copenhagen ECP 2 2
17-Nov-1982

Greece Football

Greece Kaftantzoglio, Thessaloniki ECP 3 0
15-Dec-1982

Luxemberg football

Luxembourg Empire Stadium, Wembley, London ECP 9 0
30-Mar-1983

Greece Football

Greece Empire Stadium, Wembley, London ECP 0 0
27-Apr-1983

Hungary Football

Hungary Empire Stadium, Wembley, London ECP 2 0
21-Sep-1983

Denmark Football

Denmark Empire Stadium, Wembley, London ECP 0 1
12-Oct-1983

Hungary Football

Hungary Npstadion, Budapest ECP 3 0
16-Nov-1983

Luxemberg football

Luxembourg Stade Municipal, Luxembourg City ECP 4 0
1988 EUROS WEST GERMANY
15-Oct-1986

Northern Ireland football

Northern Ireland Empire Stadium, Wembley, London ECP 3 0
12-Nov-1986

Yugoslavia Football

Yugoslavia Empire Stadium, Wembley, London ECP 2 0
1-Apr-1987

Northern Ireland football

Northern Ireland Windsor Park, Belfast ECP 2 0
29-Apr-1987

Turkey Football

Turkey Ataturk Stadi, Izmir ECP 0 0
14-Oct-1987

Turkey Football

Turkey Empire Stadium, Wembley, London ECP 8 0
11-Nov-1987

Yugoslavia Football

Yugoslavia Stadion JNA, Belgrade ECP 4 1
12-Jun-1988

Ireland Football

Republic of Ireland Neckarstadion, Stuttgart, West Germany ECF 0 1
15-Jun-1988

Netherlands Football

Netherlands Rheinstadion, Dusseldorf, West Germany ECF 1 3
18-Jun-1988

Soviet Union Football

U.S.S.R. Waldstadion, Frankfurt, West Germany ECF 1 3
1992 EUROS SWEDEN
17-Oct-1990

Poland Football

Poland Empire Stadium, Wembley, London ECP 2 0
14-Nov-1990

Ireland Football

Republic of Ireland Lansdowne Road, Dublin ECP 1 1
27-Mar-1991

Ireland Football

Republic of Ireland Empire Stadium, Wembley, London ECP 1 1
1-May-1991

Turkey Football

Turkey Ataturk Stadi, Izmir ECP 1 0
16-Oct-1991

Turkey Football

Turkey Empire Stadium, Wembley, London ECP 1 0
13-Nov-1991

Poland Football

Poland PKP Lech Stadium, Poznań ECP 1 1
11-Jun-1992

Denmark Football

Denmark Malmo Stadion, Malmo, Sweden ECF 0 0
14-Jun-1992

France Football

France Malmo Stadion, Malmo, Sweden ECF 0 0
17-Jun-1992

Sweden Football

Sweden Rוsunda Stadion, Solna, Sweden ECF 1 2
1996 EUROS ENGLAND
8-Jun-1996

Switzerland Fooball

Switzerland Empire Stadium, Wembley, London ECF 1 1
15-Jun-1996

Scotland football

Scotland Empire Stadium, Wembley, London ECF 2 0
18-Jun-1996

Netherlands Football

Netherlands Empire Stadium, Wembley, London ECF 4 1
22-Jun-1996

Spain Football

Spain Empire Stadium, Wembley, London (won pens 4-2) ECF QF 0 0
26-Jun-1996

Germany Football

Germany Empire Stadium, Wembley, London (lost pens 5-6) ECF SF 1 1
2000 EUROS BELGIUM & NETHERLANDS
5-Sep-1998

Sweden Football

Sweden Rוsunda Stadion, Solna ECP 1 2
10-Oct-1998

Bulgaria Football

Bulgaria Empire Stadium, Wembley, London ECP 0 0
14-Oct-1998

Lithuania football

Luxembourg Stade Josy Barthel, Luxembourg City ECP 3 0
27-Mar-1999

Poland Football

Poland Empire Stadium, Wembley, London ECP 3 1
5-Jun-1999

Sweden Football

Sweden Empire Stadium, Wembley, London ECP 0 0
9-Jun-1999

Bulgaria Football

Bulgaria Stadion Balgarska Armia, Sofia ECP 1 1
4-Sep-1999

Lithuania football

Luxembourg Empire Stadium, Wembley, London ECP 6 0
8-Sep-1999

Poland Football

Poland Stadion Wojska Polskiego, Warsaw ECP 0 0
13-Nov-1999

Scotland football

Scotland Hampden Park, Glasgow ECP PO 2 0
17-Nov-1999

Scotland football

Scotland Empire Stadium, Wembley, London ECP PO 0 1
12-Jun-2000

Portugal Football

Portugal Philips Stadion, Eindhoven, Netherlands ECF 2 3
17-Jun-2000

Germany Football

Germany Stade Communal, Charleroi, Belgium ECF 1 0
20-Jun-2000

Romania Football

Romania Stade Communal, Charleroi, Belgium ECF 2 3
2004 EUROS PORTUGAL
12-Oct-2002

Slovakia Stadium Teheln Pole, Bratislava ECP 2 1
16-Oct-2002

Lithuania football

Macedonia FYR Friends Provident St Mary's Stadium, Southampton ECP 2 2
29-Mar-2003

Latvia football

Liechtenstein Rheinpark Stadion, Vaduz ECP 2 0
2-Apr-2003

Turkey Football

Turkey Stadium of  Light, Sunderland ECP 2 0
11-Jun-2003

Slovakia Riverside Stadium, Middlesbrough ECP 2 1
6-Sep-2003

Lithuania football

Macedonia FYR City Stadium (Gradski Stadion), Skopje ECP 2 1
10-Sep-2003

Latvia football

Liechtenstein Old Trafford, Manchester ECP 2 0
11-Oct-2003

Turkey Football

Turkey Şukur Saracoğlu Stadyumu, Istanbul ECP 0 0
13-Jun-2004

France Football

France Estadio da Luz, Lisbon, Portugal ECF 1 2
17-Jun-2004

Switzerland Fooball

Switzerland Estadio Municipal de Coimbra, Coimbra, Portugal ECF 3 0
21-Jun-2004

croatia football

Croatia Estadio da Luz, Lisbon, Portugal ECF 4 2
24-Jun-2004

Portugal Football

Portugal Estadio da Luz, Lisbon, Portugal (lost pens 5-6) ECF QF 2 2
2008 EUROS AUSTRIA & SWITZERLAND
02-Sep-2006

Andorra Football

Andorra Old Trafford, Manchester ECP 5 0
06-Sep-2006

Macedonia Football

Macedonia FYR Gradski, Skopje ECP 1 0
07-Oct-2006

Macedonia Football

Macedonia FYR Old Trafford, Manchester ECP 0 0
11-Oct-2006

croatia football

Croatia Maksimir, Zagreb ECP 0 2
24-Mar-2007

Israel Football

Israel Ramat-Gan Stadium, Tel Aviv ECP 0 0
28-Mar-2007

Andorra Football

Andorra Olympic Stadium, Montjuic, Barcelona, Spain ECP 3 0
06-Jun-2007

Estonia Football

Estonia Tallinn ECP 3 0
08-Sep-2007

Israel Football

Israel Wembley Stadium, London ECP 3 0
12-Sep-2007

Russia Football

Russia Wembley Stadium, London ECP 3 0
13-Oct-2007

Estonia Football

Estonia Wembley Stadium, London ECP 3 0
17-Oct-2007

Russia Football

Russia Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow ECP 1 2
21-Nov-2007

croatia football

Croatia Wembley Stadium, London ECP 2 3
2012 EUROS POLAND & UKRAINE
03-Sep-2010

Bulgaria Football

Bulgaria Wembley Stadium, London ECP 4 0
07-Sep-2010

Switzerland Fooball

Switzerland St Jakob Park, Basel, Switzerland ECP 3 1
12-Oct-2010

Montenegro footballl

Montenegro Wembley Stadium, London ECP 0 0
26-Mar-2011

Wales Football

Wales Millennium Stadium, Cardiff, Wales ECP 2 0
04-Jun-2011

Switzerland Fooball

Switzerland Wembley Stadium, London ECP 2 2
02-Sep-2011

Bulgaria Football

Bulgaria Vasil Levski National Stadium, Sofiya ECP 3 0
06-Sep-2011

Wales Football

Wales Wembley Stadium, London ECP 1 0
07-Oct-2011

Montenegro footballl

Montenegro Stadion Pod Goricom, Podgorica, Montenegro ECP 2 2
11-Jun-2012

France Football

France Donbass Arena, Donetsk, Ukraine ECF 1 1
15-Jun-2012

Sweden Football

Sweden Olympic Stadium, Kiev, Ukraine ECF 3 2
19-Jun-2012

Ukraine Football

Ukraine Donbass Arena, Donetsk, Ukraine ECF 1 0
24-Jun-2012

Italy Football

Italy Olympic Stadium, Kiev, Ukraine (lost pens 2-4) ECF QF 0 0
2016 EUROS FRANCE
8-Sep-2014

Switzerland Fooball

Switzerland Sankt-Jakob Park, Basel ECP 2 0
9-Oct-2014

San Marino football

San Marino Wembley Stadium, London ECP 5 0
12-Oct-2014

Estonia Football

Estonia A. Le Coq Arena, Tallinn ECP 1 0
15-Nov-2014

Slovenia Football

Slovenia Wembley Stadium, London ECP 3 1
27-Mar-2015

Lithuania football

Lithuania Wembley Stadium, London ECP 4 0
14-Jun-2015

Slovenia Football

Slovenia Stadion Sozice, Ljubljana ECP 3 2
5-Sep-2015

San Marino football

San Marino Stadio Olimpico, Serravalle ECP 6 0
8-Sep-2015

Switzerland Fooball

Switzerland Wembley Stadium, London ECP 2 0
9-Oct-2015

Estonia Football

Estonia Wembley Stadium, London ECP 2 0
12-Oct-2015

Lithuania football

Lithuania LFF Stadium, Vilnius ECP 3 0
11-Jun-2016

Russia Football

Russia Stade Vélodrome, Marseille, France ECF 1 1
16-Jun-2016

Wales Football

Wales Stade Bollaert-Delelis, Lens, France ECF 2 1
20-Jun-2016

Slovakia football

Slovakia Stade Geoffroy-Guichard, Saint-Étienne, France ECF 0 0
27-Jun-2016

Iceland football

Iceland Allianz Riviera, Nice, France ECF R16 1 2
2020 EUROS Final at Wembley Stadium
22-Mar-2019

Czech Football

Czech Republic Wembley Stadium, London ECP 5 0
25-Mar-2019

Montenegro footballl

Montenegro Podgorica City Stadium, Montenegro ECP 5 1
07-Sep-2019

Bulgaria Football

Bulgaria Wembley Stadium, London ECP
10-Sep-2019

kosovo footballl

Kosovo St Mary's Stadium, Southampton ECP
11-Oct-2019

Czech Football

Czech Republic Sinobo Stadium or Stadion Letná, Prague ECP
14-Oct-2019

Bulgaria Football

Bulgaria Vasil Levski National Stadium, Sofia, Bulgaria ECP
14-Nov-2019

Montenegro footballl

Montenegro TBD England ECP
17-Nov-2019

kosovo footballl

Kosovo Fadil Vokrri Stadium, Pristina, Kosovo ECP
British Championship & Euro Preliminary BC/ ECP
Euro Preliminary ECP
Euro Preliminary Play-Off ECP PO
Euro Finals first round ECF
Euro Finals round of 16 ECF R16
Euro Finals Quarter Finals ECF QF
Euro Finals Semi-Final ECF SF
Euro Finals 3rd Place Play-Off ECF 3rd

1968 Euro Finals – Italy
Manager: Alf Ramsey
No. Pos. Player DoB/Age Caps Club
1 GK Gordon Banks 30 December 1937 (aged 30) 43 Stoke City
2 DF Keith Newton 23 June 1941 (aged 26) 9 Blackburn Rovers
3 DF Ray Wilson 17 December 1934 (aged 33) 61 Everton
4 MF Alan Mullery 23 November 1941 (aged 26) 10 Tottenham Hotspur
5 DF Brian Labone 23 January 1940 (aged 28) 9 Everton
6 DF Bobby Moore (c) 12 April 1941 (aged 27) 61 West Ham United
7 MF Alan Ball 12 May 1945 (aged 23) 26 Everton
8 FW Roger Hunt 20 July 1938 (aged 29) 30 Liverpool
9 MF Bobby Charlton 11 October 1937 (aged 30) 85 Manchester United
10 FW Geoff Hurst 8 December 1941 (aged 26) 20 West Ham United
11 MF Martin Peters 8 November 1943 (aged 24) 19 West Ham United
12 GK Alex Stepney 18 September 1942 (aged 25) 1 Manchester United
13 GK Gordon West 24 April 1943 (aged 25) 0 Everton
14 MF Cyril Knowles 13 July 1944 (aged 23) 4 Tottenham Hotspur
15 DF Jack Charlton 8 May 1935 (aged 33) 28 Leeds United
16 DF Tommy Wright 21 October 1944 (aged 23) 0 Everton
17 MF Nobby Stiles 18 May 1942 (aged 26) 24 Manchester United
18 FW Mike Summerbee 15 December 1942 (aged 25) 3 Manchester City
19 DF Norman Hunter 29 October 1943 (aged 24) 8 Leeds United
20 MF Colin Bell 26 February 1946 (aged 22) 2 Manchester City
21 FW Jimmy Greaves 20 February 1940 (aged 28) 57 Tottenham Hotspur
22 FW Peter Thompson 27 November 1942 (aged 25) 14 Liverpool
1980 Euro Finals – Italy
Head coach: Ron Greenwood
No. Pos. Player DoB/Age Caps Club
1 GK Ray Clemence 5 August 1948 (aged 31) Liverpool
2 DF Phil Neal 20 February 1951 (aged 29) Liverpool
3 DF Kenny Sansom 26 September 1958 (aged 21) Crystal Palace
4 DF Phil Thompson 21 January 1954 (aged 26) Liverpool
5 DF Dave Watson 5 October 1946 (aged 33) Southampton
6 MF Ray Wilkins 14 September 1956 (aged 23) Manchester United
7 FW Kevin Keegan (c) 14 February 1951 (aged 29) Hamburg (West Germany)
8 MF Steve Coppell 9 July 1955 (aged 24) Manchester United
9 FW David Johnson 23 October 1951 (aged 28) Liverpool
10 MF Trevor Brooking 2 October 1948 (aged 31) West Ham United
11 FW Tony Woodcock 6 December 1955 (aged 24) Köln (West Germany)
12 DF Viv Anderson 29 July 1956 (aged 23) Nottingham Forest
13 GK Peter Shilton 18 September 1949 (aged 30) Nottingham Forest
14 DF Trevor Cherry 23 February 1948 (aged 32) Leeds United
15 MF Emlyn Hughes 28 August 1947 (aged 32) Wolverhampton Wanderers
16 DF Mick Mills 4 January 1949 (aged 31) Ipswich Town
17 MF Terry McDermott 8 December 1951 (aged 28) Liverpool
18 MF Ray Kennedy 28 July 1951 (aged 28) Liverpool
19 MF Glenn Hoddle 27 October 1957 (aged 22) Tottenham Hotspur
20 FW Paul Mariner 22 May 1953 (aged 27) Ipswich Town
21 FW Garry Birtles 27 July 1956 (aged 23) Nottingham Forest
22 GK Joe Corrigan 18 November 1948 (aged 31) Manchester City
1988 Euro Finals – West Germany
Manager: Bobby Robson
No. Pos. Player DoB/Age Caps Club
1 GK Peter Shilton 18 September 1949 (aged 38) 98 Derby County
2 DF Gary Stevens 27 March 1963 (aged 25) 23 Everton
3 DF Kenny Sansom 26 September 1958 (aged 29) 83 Arsenal
4 MF Neil Webb 30 July 1963 (aged 24) 7 Nottingham Forest
5 DF Dave Watson 20 November 1961 (aged 26) 11 Everton
6 DF Tony Adams 10 October 1966 (aged 21) 11 Arsenal
7 MF Bryan Robson (c) 11 January 1957 (aged 31) 66 Manchester United
8 MF Trevor Steven 21 September 1963 (aged 24) 23 Everton
9 FW Peter Beardsley 18 January 1961 (aged 27) 24 Liverpool
10 FW Gary Lineker 30 November 1960 (aged 27) 32 Barcelona (Spain)
11 MF John Barnes 7 November 1963 (aged 24) 39 Liverpool
12 MF Chris Waddle 14 December 1960 (aged 27) 34 Tottenham Hotspur
13 GK Chris Woods 14 November 1959 (aged 28) 12 Rangers (Scotland)
14 DF Viv Anderson 29 July 1956 (aged 31) 30 Manchester United
15 MF Steve McMahon 20 August 1961 (aged 26) 3 Liverpool
16 MF Peter Reid 20 June 1956 (aged 31) 13 Everton
17 MF Glenn Hoddle 27 October 1957 (aged 30) 50 AS Monaco (France)
18 FW Mark Hateley 7 November 1961 (aged 26) 28 AS Monaco (France)
19 DF Mark Wright 1 August 1963 (aged 24) 20 Derby County
20 DF Tony Dorigo 31 December 1965 (aged 22) 0 Chelsea
1992 Euro Finals – Sweden
Manager: Graham Taylor
No. Pos. Player DoB/Age Caps Club
1 GK Chris Woods 14 November 1959 (aged 32) 31 Sheffield Wednesday
2 DF Keith Curle 14 November 1963 (aged 28) 2 Manchester City
3 DF Stuart Pearce 24 April 1962 (aged 30) 47 Nottingham Forest
4 DF Martin Keown 24 July 1966 (aged 25) 6 Everton
5 DF Des Walker 26 November 1965 (aged 26) 44 Nottingham Forest
6 DF Mark Wright 1 August 1963 (aged 28) 42 Liverpool
7 MF David Platt 10 June 1966 (aged 26) 29 Bari (Italy)
8 MF Trevor Steven 21 September 1963 (aged 28) 34 Marseille (France)
9 FW Nigel Clough 19 March 1966 (aged 26) 7 Nottingham Forest
10 FW Gary Lineker (c) 30 November 1960 (aged 31) 77 Tottenham Hotspur
11 MF Andy Sinton 19 March 1966 (aged 26) 4 Queens Park Rangers
12 MF Carlton Palmer 5 December 1965 (aged 26) 4 Sheffield Wednesday
13 GK Nigel Martyn 11 August 1966 (aged 25) 2 Crystal Palace
14 DF Tony Dorigo 31 December 1965 (aged 26) 10 Leeds United
15 MF Neil Webb 30 July 1963 (aged 28) 24 Manchester United
16 MF Paul Merson 20 March 1968 (aged 24) 5 Arsenal
17 FW Alan Smith 21 November 1962 (aged 29) 11 Arsenal
18 MF Tony Daley 18 October 1967 (aged 24) 5 Aston Villa
19 MF David Batty 2 December 1968 (aged 23) 8 Leeds United
20 FW Alan Shearer 13 August 1970 (aged 21) 2 Southampton
1996 Euro Finals – England
Manager: Terry Venables
No. Pos. Player DoB/Age Caps Club
1 GK David Seaman 19 September 1963 (aged 32) 24 Arsenal
2 DF Gary Neville 18 February 1975 (aged 21) 10 Manchester United
3 DF Stuart Pearce 24 April 1962 (aged 34) 65 Nottingham Forest
4 MF Paul Ince 21 October 1967 (aged 28) 19 Internazionale (Italy)
5 DF Tony Adams (c) 10 October 1966 (aged 29) 40 Arsenal
6 DF Gareth Southgate 3 September 1970 (aged 25) 4 Aston Villa
7 MF David Platt 10 June 1966 (aged 29) 58 Arsenal
8 MF Paul Gascoigne 27 May 1967 (aged 29) 38 Rangers (Scotland)
9 FW Alan Shearer 13 August 1970 (aged 25) 23 Blackburn Rovers
10 FW Teddy Sheringham 2 April 1966 (aged 30) 15 Tottenham Hotspur
11 MF Darren Anderton 3 March 1972 (aged 24) 11 Tottenham Hotspur
12 DF Steve Howey 26 October 1971 (aged 24) 4 Newcastle United
13 GK Tim Flowers 3 February 1967 (aged 29) 8 Blackburn Rovers
14 MF Nick Barmby 11 February 1974 (aged 22) 6 Middlesbrough
15 MF Jamie Redknapp 25 June 1973 (aged 22) 4 Liverpool
16 DF Sol Campbell 18 September 1974 (aged 21) 1 Tottenham Hotspur
17 MF Steve McManaman 11 February 1972 (aged 24) 10 Liverpool
18 FW Les Ferdinand 8 December 1966 (aged 29) 10 Newcastle United
19 DF Phil Neville 21 January 1977 (aged 19) 1 Manchester United
20 MF Steve Stone 20 August 1971 (aged 24) 6 Nottingham Forest
21 FW Robbie Fowler 9 April 1975 (aged 21) 3 Liverpool
22 GK Ian Walker 31 October 1971 (aged 24) 2 Tottenham Hotspur
2000 Euro Finals – Belgium & Netherlands
Manager: Kevin Keegan
No. Pos. Player DoB/Age Caps Club
1 GK David Seaman 19 September 1963 (aged 36) 57 Arsenal
2 DF Gary Neville 18 February 1975 (aged 25) 38 Manchester United
3 MF Phil Neville 21 January 1977 (aged 23) 25 Manchester United
4 DF Sol Campbell 18 September 1974 (aged 25) 32 Tottenham Hotspur
5 DF Tony Adams 10 October 1966 (aged 33) 62 Arsenal
6 DF Martin Keown 24 July 1966 (aged 33) 30 Arsenal
7 MF David Beckham 2 May 1975 (aged 25) 30 Manchester United
8 MF Paul Scholes 16 November 1974 (aged 25) 22 Manchester United
9 FW Alan Shearer (c) 13 August 1970 (aged 29) 59 Newcastle United
10 FW Michael Owen 14 December 1979 (aged 20) 19 Liverpool
11 MF Steve McManaman 11 February 1972 (aged 28) 27 Real Madrid (Spain)
12 DF Gareth Southgate 3 September 1970 (aged 29) 35 Aston Villa
13 GK Nigel Martyn 11 August 1966 (aged 33) 11 Leeds United
14 MF Paul Ince 21 October 1967 (aged 32) 50 Middlesbrough
15 DF Gareth Barry 23 February 1981 (aged 19) 2 Aston Villa
16 FW Steven Gerrard 30 May 1980 (aged 20) 1 Liverpool
17 MF Dennis Wise 15 December 1966 (aged 33) 16 Chelsea
18 MF Nick Barmby 11 February 1974 (aged 26) 13 Everton
19 FW Emile Heskey 11 January 1978 (aged 22) 7 Liverpool
20 FW Kevin Phillips 25 July 1973 (aged 26) 5 Sunderland
21 FW Robbie Fowler 9 April 1975 (aged 25) 14 Liverpool
22 GK Richard Wright 5 November 1977 (aged 22) 1 Ipswich Town
2004 Euro Finals – Portugal
Manager: Sven-Göran Eriksson (Sweden)
No. Pos. Player DoB/Age Caps Club
1 GK David James 1 August 1970 (aged 33) 24 Manchester City
2 DF Gary Neville 18 February 1975 (aged 29) 63 Manchester United
3 DF Ashley Cole 20 December 1980 (aged 23) 26 Arsenal
4 MF Steven Gerrard 30 May 1980 (aged 24) 24 Liverpool
5 DF John Terry 7 December 1980 (aged 23) 8 Chelsea
6 DF Sol Campbell 18 September 1974 (aged 29) 58 Arsenal
7 MF David Beckham (c) 2 May 1975 (aged 29) 68 Real Madrid (Spain)
8 MF Paul Scholes 16 November 1974 (aged 29) 62 Manchester United
9 FW Wayne Rooney 24 October 1985 (aged 18) 13 Everton
10 FW Michael Owen 14 December 1979 (aged 24) 56 Liverpool
11 MF Frank Lampard 20 June 1978 (aged 25) 19 Chelsea
12 DF Wayne Bridge 5 August 1980 (aged 23) 17 Chelsea
13 GK Paul Robinson 15 October 1979 (aged 24) 5 Tottenham Hotspur
14 DF Phil Neville 21 January 1977 (aged 27) 48 Manchester United
15 DF Ledley King 12 October 1980 (aged 23) 5 Tottenham Hotspur
16 DF Jamie Carragher 28 January 1978 (aged 26) 12 Liverpool
17 MF Nicky Butt 21 January 1975 (aged 29) 35 Manchester United
18 MF Owen Hargreaves 20 January 1981 (aged 23) 19 Bayern Munich (Germany)
19 MF Joe Cole 8 November 1981 (aged 22) 17 Chelsea
20 MF Kieron Dyer 29 December 1978 (aged 25) 22 Newcastle United
21 FW Emile Heskey 11 January 1978 (aged 26) 42 Birmingham City
22 GK Ian Walker 31 October 1971 (aged 32) 4 Leicester City
23 FW Darius Vassell 13 June 1980 (aged 23) 18 Aston Villa
2012 Euro Finals – Poland & Ukraine
Manager: Roy Hodgson
No. Pos. Player DoB/Age Caps Club
1 GK Joe Hart 19 April 1987 (aged 25) 22 Manchester City
2 DF Glen Johnson 23 August 1984 (aged 27) 40 Liverpool
3 DF Ashley Cole 20 December 1980 (aged 31) 98 Chelsea
4 MF Steven Gerrard (c) 30 May 1980 (aged 32) 96 Liverpool
5 DF Martin Kelly 27 April 1990 (aged 22) 1 Liverpool
6 DF John Terry 7 December 1980 (aged 31) 77 Chelsea
7 FW Theo Walcott 16 March 1989 (aged 23) 28 Arsenal
8 MF Jordan Henderson 17 June 1990 (aged 21) 5 Liverpool
9 FW Andy Carroll 6 January 1989 (aged 23) 7 Liverpool
10 FW Wayne Rooney 24 October 1985 (aged 26) 76 Manchester United
11 MF Ashley Young 9 July 1985 (aged 26) 25 Manchester United
12 DF Leighton Baines 11 December 1984 (aged 27) 8 Everton
13 GK Robert Green 18 January 1980 (aged 32) 12 West Ham United
14 DF Phil Jones 21 February 1992 (aged 20) 5 Manchester United
15 DF Joleon Lescott 16 August 1982 (aged 29) 20 Manchester City
16 MF James Milner 4 January 1986 (aged 26) 30 Manchester City
17 MF Scott Parker 13 October 1980 (aged 31) 17 Tottenham Hotspur
18 DF Phil Jagielka 17 August 1982 (aged 29) 12 Everton
19 MF Stewart Downing 22 July 1984 (aged 27) 34 Liverpool
20 MF Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain 15 August 1993 (aged 18) 5 Arsenal
21 FW Jermain Defoe 7 October 1982 (aged 29) 48 Tottenham Hotspur
22 FW Danny Welbeck 26 November 1990 (aged 21) 9 Manchester United
23 GK Jack Butland 10 March 1993 (aged 19) 0 Birmingham City
2016 Euro Finals – France
Manager: Roy Hodgson
No. Pos. Player DoB/Age Caps Club
1 GK Joe Hart 19 April 1987 (aged 29) 58 Manchester City
2 DF Kyle Walker 28 May 1990 (aged 26) 15 Tottenham Hotspur
3 DF Danny Rose 2 July 1990 (aged 25) 3 Tottenham Hotspur
4 MF James Milner 4 January 1986 (aged 30) 59 Liverpool
5 DF Gary Cahill 19 December 1985 (aged 30) 42 Chelsea
6 DF Chris Smalling 22 November 1989 (aged 26) 24 Manchester United
7 MF Raheem Sterling 8 December 1994 (aged 21) 22 Manchester City
8 MF Adam Lallana 10 May 1988 (aged 28) 22 Liverpool
9 FW Harry Kane 28 July 1993 (aged 22) 11 Tottenham Hotspur
10 FW Wayne Rooney 24 October 1985 (aged 30) 110 Manchester United
11 FW Jamie Vardy 11 January 1987 (aged 29) 7 Leicester City
12 DF Nathaniel Clyne 5 April 1991 (aged 25) 12 Liverpool
13 GK Fraser Forster 17 March 1988 (aged 28) 6 Southampton
14 MF Jordan Henderson 17 June 1990 (aged 25) 25 Liverpool
15 FW Daniel Sturridge 1 September 1989 (aged 26) 17 Liverpool
16 DF John Stones 28 May 1994 (aged 22) 10 Everton
17 MF Eric Dier 15 January 1994 (aged 22) 6 Tottenham Hotspur
18 MF Jack Wilshere 1 January 1992 (aged 24) 30 Arsenal
19 MF Ross Barkley 5 December 1993 (aged 22) 22 Everton
20 MF Dele Alli 11 April 1996 (aged 20) 7 Tottenham Hotspur
21 DF Ryan Bertrand 5 August 1989 (aged 26) 8 Southampton
22 FW Marcus Rashford 31 October 1997 (aged 18) 1 Manchester United
23 GK Tom Heaton 15 April 1986 (aged 30) 1 Burnley

England Players at Euro Finals by Club Affiliations
33

Liverpool Results

Liverpool
25

Manchester United Results

Manchester United
20

Tottenham Results

Tottenham Hotspur
16

Everton Results

Everton
15

Arsenal Results

Arsenal
10

Manchester City Results

Manchester City
9

Chelsea Results

Chelsea
9

Nottingham Forest

Nottingham Forest
6

Leeds

Leeds United
5

Aston Villa Results

Aston Villa
5

West Ham United Results

West Ham United
4

New Castle United Football Results

Newcastle United
4

Southhampton Results

Southampton
3

Blackburn Rovers Results

Blackburn Rovers
3

Ipswich

Ipswich Town
2

AS Monaco Football UEFA

AS Monaco (France)
2

Birmingham Football Results

Birmingham City
2

Crystal Palace Results

Crystal Palace
2

Derby

Derby County
2

Leicester

Leicester City
2

Middlesborough Results

Middlesbrough
2

Rangers Football Results

Rangers (Scotland)
2

Real Madrid Fooball

Real Madrid (Spain)
2

Sheffield Wednesday

Sheffield Wednesday
1

Barcelona Football

Barcelona (Spain)
1

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Bari (Italy)
1

Bayern Munich Results

Bayern Munich (Germany)
1

Burnley Football Results

Burnley
1 Hamburg (West Germany)
1 Internazionale (Italy)
1

1FC KOLN Football Results

Köln (West Germany)
1

Olympique Marseille UEFA

Marseille (France)
1

QPR Results

Queens Park Rangers
1

Stoke City Results

Stoke City
1

Sunderland Results

Sunderland
1

Wolverhampton Results

Wolverhampton Wanderers
Total 173 Players from 36 Clubs

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