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England national football team

England are the most successful of the four Home Nations, having won the British Home Championship 54 times and the FIFA World Cup once when they hosted it in 1966. More recently, their greatest achievement has been reaching the competition's semi-final in 1990. They have never won the UEFA European Football Championship, only advancing to the semi-finals twice.

Traditionally, England's greatest rivals have been Scotland.England's most recent meeting with Scotland was the second leg of the Euro 2000 play-offs in November 1999, which Scotland won 1-0 at the old Wembley Stadium. Since regular fixtures against Scotland came to an end in the late 1980s, other rivalries have become more prominent. Rivalries with Argentina and Germany have produced particularly eventful encounters

Nickname(s) The Three Lions

 

Association The Football Association

 

Confederation UEFA (Europe)

 

Head coach Steve McClaren Asst coach

 

Terry Venables Steve Round

 

Captain John Terry

 

Most caps Peter Shilton (125)

 

Top scorer Bobby Charlton (49)

 

Home stadium Wembley Stadium

 

FIFA code ENG

 

FIFA ranking 12[1]

 

Highest FIFA ranking 4 (Sept 2006/Dec

1997)

Lowest FIFA ranking 27 (Feb 1996)

 

 

Current squad

 

Most Recent Squad

 

Date announced- 17 August 2007

 

Game(s)- Germany, 22 August 2007

 

Venue{s} Wembley Stadium

 

Competition- Friendly

 

Dropped- Jermaine Jenas, Robert Green, David Bentley

 

Injured- Ben Foster, Ledley King, Scott Parker, Michael Dawson, Gary Neville, Aaron Lennon, Jonathan Woodgate, Wayne Rooney, Wayne Bridge

 

Called Up- Steven Taylor, Gareth Barry, Andrew Johnson, Shaun Wright-Phillips, Darren Bent, Sol Campbell, David James, Owen Hargreaves

 

Pulled Out- Owen Hargreaves, Steven Gerrard, Sol Campbell, Darren Bent, Andrew Johnson

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The English national men's football team represents England in international men's football and is controlled by The Football Association, the governing body for football in England. Althogh most national teams worldwide represent a sovereign state, the four Home Nations making up the United Kingdom are each represented separately in most international tournaments.
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