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Wikipedia; The England national football team represents England in association
football and is controlled by the Football Association, the governing body for football
in England. England is the joint oldest national football team in the world, alongside
Scotland,  whom they played in the world's first international football match in 1872.
England's home ground is Wembley Stadium in London and their head coach is
currently Fabio Capello.

England are one of eight national teams to have won the FIFA World Cup, which they
did in 1966 when they hosted the finals. They defeated West Germany 4–2 in extra time
in the final. Since then their best performance at a World Cup was a fourth place finish
in 1990. They reached the semi-finals of the UEFA European Championship in 1968
and 1996. They were the most successful of the Home Nations in the British Home
Championship with 54 wins (including 20 shared wins) before the competition
was suspended in 1984.

The traditional rival of England is Scotland; the England and Scotland football rivalry
began when they became opponents in the representative matches of the 1870s. As
regular fixtures against Scotland came to an end in the late 1980s, rivalries with other
national teams have become more prominent. Matches against Argentina and
Germany have produced particularly eventful encounters.


Honours:
FIFA World Cup
Winners (1): 1966
Fourth place (1): 1990
UEFA European Football Championship
Third place (1): 1968
Semi-finals (1): 1996

Great stats page for the england national team here
 

Managers

Manager England career
 Gareth Southgate 2016–
 Sam Allardyce 2016–2016
 Hodgson, Roy 2012–2016
 Pearce, Stuart 2012–2012
 Capello, Fabio 2008–2012
 McClaren, Steve 2006–2007
 Eriksson, Sven-Goran 2001–2006
 Keegan, Kevin 1999–2000
 Taylor, Pete 2000–2000
 Wilkinson, Howard 1999–2000
 Hoddle, Glenn 1996–1999
 Venables, Terry 1994–1996
 Taylor, Graham 1990–1993
 Robson, Sir Bobby 1982–1990
 Greenwood, Ron 1977–1982
 Revie, Don 1974–1977
 Mercer, Joe 1974–1974
 Ramsey, Sir Alf 1963–1974
 Winterbottom, Walter 1946–1962




Most capped players (Sept. 1st 2017)

# > Name Career Caps Goals
1 Peter Shilton 1970–1990 125 0
2 Wayne Rooney 2003- 119 53
3 David Beckham 1996–2009 115 17
4 Steven Gerrard 2000–2014 114 21
5 Bobby Moore 1962–1973 108 2
6 Ashley Cole 2001–2014 107 0
7 Bobby Charlton 1958–1970 106 49
7 Frank Lampard 1999–2014 106 29
9 Billy Wright 1946–1959 105 3
10 Bryan Robson 1980–1991 90 26
11 Michael Owen 1998– 2008 89 40
 

 

Top goalscorers  (Sept. 1st 2017)

# Name Career Goals (caps) per game
1 Wayne Rooney 2003– 53 (119) 0.4454
1 Bobby Charlton 1958–1970 49 (106) 0.4623
3 Gary Lineker 1984–1992 48 (80) 0.6000
4 Jimmy Greaves 1959–1967 44 (57) 0.7719
5 Michael Owen 1998–2008 40 (89) 0.4494
6 Nat Lofthouse 1950–1958 30 (33) 0.9091
6 Alan Shearer 1992–2000 30 (63) 0.4762
6 Tom Finney 1946–1958 30 (76) 0.3947
9 Vivian Woodward 1903–1911 29 (23) 1.2609
9 Frank Lampard 1999–2014 29 (106) 0.2735


 

Biggest win
18 Feb 1882 Ireland 0 - England 13 Knock Ground, Belfast
18 Feb 1899 England 13 - Ireland 2 Roker Park, Sunderland
08 Jun 1908 Austria 1 - England 11 Hohe Warte Stadion, Vienna
27 May 1964 USA 0 - England 10 Downing Stadium, New York
25 May 1947 Portugal 0 - England 10 Est?io Nacional, Lisbon


Heaviest deafeats

23 May 1954 Hungary 7 - England 1 Nepstadion, Budapest
02 Mar 1878 Scotland 7 - England 2 Hampden Park (First), Glasgow
12 Mar 1881 England 1 - Scotland 6 Kennington Oval, London
11 May 1958 Yugoslavia 5 - England 0 Stadion Partizana, Belgrade
30 May 1964 Brazil 5 - England 1 Est?io do Maracan? Rio de Janeiro


Misc.
Youngest player
Theo Walcott, 17 years 75 days, 30 May 2006, vs. Hungary

Oldest player

Stanley Matthews, 42 years 103 days, 15 May 1957, 4–1 vs. Denmark

Oldest outfield player to feature at the World Cup finals

Stanley Matthews, 39 years, 145 days, 26 June 1954

Youngest player to feature at the World Cup finals

Michael Owen, 18 years, 183 days, 15 June 1998

Longest England career

Stanley Matthews, 22 years 228 days, 29 September 1934 — 15 May 1957

Shortest England career.

Martin Kelly, 2 minutes, May 26 12012 (vs. Norway)

First goal
William Kenyon-Slaney, 8 March 1873, 4-2 vs. Scotland

Most goals
Wayne Rooney, 53

Most goals in a match
Howard Vaughton, Steve Bloomer, Willie Hall and Malcolm Macdonald, all 5

Most goals in total at World Cup tournaments
Gary Lineker, 10


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