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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
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FIFA World Cup Finals Matches
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692921199164
Total FIFA World Cup Matches
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1811054630366131
(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
DateOppositionVenueTypeFA
15-Oct-1949

Wales Football

WalesNinian Park, CardiffBC/ WCP41
16-Nov-1949

Northern Ireland football

Northern IrelandMaine Road, ManchesterBC/ WCP92
15-Apr-1950

Scotland football

ScotlandHampden Park, GlasgowBC/ WCP10
25-Jun-1950

Chile Football

ChileEstadio Maracana, Rio de Janeiro, BrazilWCF20
29-Jun-1950

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United StatesEstadio Independencia, Belo Horizonte, BrazilWCF01
2-Jul-1950

Spain Football

SpainEstadio Maracana, Rio de Janeiro, BrazilWCF01
1954 WORLD CUP SWITZERLAND
DateOppositionVenueTypeFA
10-Oct-1953

Wales Football

WalesNinian Park, CardiffBC/ WCP41
11-Nov-1953

Northern Ireland football

Northern IrelandGoodison Park, LiverpoolBC/ WCP31
3-Apr-1954

Scotland football

ScotlandHampden Park, GlasgowBC/ WCP42
17-Jun-1954

Belgium Football

BelgiumSt. Jakob Stadion, Basle, SwitzerlandWCF44
20-Jun-1954

Switzerland Fooball

SwitzerlandWankdorf Stadion, Berne, SwitzerlandWCF20
26-Jun-1954

Uruguay Football

UruguaySt. Jakob Stadion, Basle, SwitzerlandWCF24
1958 WORLD CUP SWEDEN
DateOppositionVenueTypeFA
5-Dec-1956

Denmark Football

DenmarkMolineux Ground, WolverhamptonWCP52
8-May-1957

Ireland Football

Republic of IrelandEmpire Stadium, Wembley, LondonWCP51
15-May-1957

Denmark Football

DenmarkIdraetsparken, CopenhagenWCP41
19-May-1957

Ireland Football

Republic of IrelandDalymount Park, DublinWCP11
8-Jun-1958

Soviet Union Football

USSRNya Ullevi Stadion, Gothenburg, SwedenWCF22
11-Jun-1958

Brazil Football

BrazilNya Ullevi Stadion, Gothenburg, SwedenWCF00
15-Jun-1958

Austria Football

AustriaRyavallen Stadion, Boras, SwedenWCF22
17-Jun-1958

Soviet Union Football

USSRNya Ullevi Stadion, Gothenburg, SwedenWCF PO01
1962 WORLD CUP CHILE
DateOppositionVenueTypeFA
19-Oct-1960

Luxemberg football

LuxembourgStade Municipal, Luxembourg CityWCP90
21-May-1961

Portugal Football

PortugalEstadio Nacional, LisbonWCP11
28-Sep-1961

Luxemberg football

LuxembourgArsenal Stadium, Highbury, LondonWCP41
25-Oct-1961

Portugal Football

PortugalEmpire Stadium, Wembley, LondonWCP20
31-May-1962

Hungary Football

HungaryBraden Copper Company Stadium, Rancagua, ChileWCF12
2-Jun-1962

Argentina Football

ArgentinaBraden Copper Company Stadium, Rancagua, ChileWCF31
7-Jun-1962

Bulgaria Football

BulgariaBraden Copper Company Stadium, Rancagua, ChileWCF00
10-Jun-1962

Brazil Football

BrazilEstadio Sausalito, Viסa del Mar, ChileWCF QF13
1966 WORLD CUP ENGLAND
QUALIFIED FOR FINALS AS HOST NATION
DateOppositionVenueTypeFA
11-Jul-1966

Uruguay Football

UruguayEmpire Stadium, Wembley, LondonWCF00
16-Jul-1966

Mexico Football

MexicoEmpire Stadium, Wembley, LondonWCF20
20-Jul-1966

France Football

FranceEmpire Stadium, Wembley, LondonWCF20
23-Jul-1966

Argentina Football

ArgentinaEmpire Stadium, Wembley, LondonWCF QF10
26-Jul-1966

Portugal Football

PortugalEmpire Stadium, Wembley, LondonWCF SF21
30-Jul-1966

Germany Football

West GermanyEmpire Stadium, Wembley, LondonWCF Fin42
1970 WORLD CUP MEXICO
DateOppositionVenueTypeFA
QUALIFIED FOR FINALS AS WORLD CUP HOLDERS
2-Jun-1970

Romania Football

RomaniaEstadio Jalisco, Guadalajara, MexicoWCF10
7-Jun-1970

Brazil Football

BrazilEstadio Jalisco, Guadalajara, MexicoWCF01
11-Jun-1970

Czech Football

CzechoslovakiaEstadio Jalisco, Guadalajara, MexicoWCF10
14-Jun-1970

Germany Football

West GermanyEstadio Guanajuato, Leon, MexicoWCF QF23
1974 WORLD CUP WEST GERMANY
DateOppositionVenueTypeFA
15-Nov-1972

Wales Football

WalesNinian Park, CardiffWCP10
24-Jan-1973

Wales Football

WalesEmpire Stadium, Wembley, LondonWCP11
6-Jun-1973

Poland Football

PolandStadion Slaski, ChorzitwWCP02
17-Oct-1973

Poland Football

PolandEmpire Stadium, Wembley, LondonWCP11
FAILED TO QUALIFY
1978 WORLD CUP ARGENTINA
DateOppositionVenueTypeFA
13-Jun-1976

Finland Football

FinlandOlympiastadion, HelsinkiWCP41
13-Oct-1976

Finland Football

FinlandEmpire Stadium, Wembley, LondonWCP21
17-Nov-1976

Italy Football

ItalyStadio Olimpico, RomeWCP02
30-Mar-1977

Luxemberg football

LuxembourgEmpire Stadium, Wembley, LondonWCP50
12-Oct-1977

Luxemberg football

LuxembourgStade Municipal, Luxembourg CityWCP20
16-Nov-1977

Italy Football

ItalyEmpire Stadium, Wembley, LondonWCP20
FAILED TO QUALIFY
1982 WORLD CUP SPAIN
DateOppositionVenueTypeFA
10-Sep-1980

Norway Fooball

NorwayEmpire Stadium, Wembley, LondonWCP40
15-Oct-1980

Romania Football

RomaniaStadionul 23 August, BucharestWCP12
19-Nov-1980

Switzerland Fooball

SwitzerlandEmpire Stadium, Wembley, LondonWCP21
29-Apr-1981

Romania Football

RomaniaEmpire Stadium, Wembley, LondonWCP00
30-May-1981

Switzerland Fooball

SwitzerlandSt. Jakob Stadion, BasleWCP12
6-Jun-1981

Hungary Football

HungaryNpstadion, BudapestWCP31
9-Sep-1981

Norway Fooball

NorwayUllevaal Stadion, OsloWCP12
18-Nov-1981

Hungary Football

HungaryEmpire Stadium, Wembley, LondonWCP10
16-Jun-1982

France Football

FranceEstadio San Mamיs, Bilbao, SpainWCF31
20-Jun-1982

Czech Football

CzechoslovakiaEstadio San Mamיs, Bilbao, SpainWCF20
25-Jun-1982

Kuwait football

KuwaitEstadio San Mamיs, Bilbao, SpainWCF10
29-Jun-1982

Germany Football

West GermanyEstadio Santiago Bernabau, MadridWCF R200
5-Jul-1982

Spain Football

SpainEstadio Santiago Bernabau, MadridWCF R200
1986 WORLD CUP MEXICO
DateOppositionVenueTypeFA
17-Oct-1984

Finland Football

FinlandEmpire Stadium, Wembley, LondonWCP50
14-Nov-1984

Turkey Football

TurkeyStadium, IstanbulWCP80
27-Feb-1985

Northern Ireland football

Northern IrelandWindsor Park, BelfastWCP10
1-May-1985

Romania Football

RomaniaStadionul 23 August, BucharestWCP00
22-May-1985

Finland Football

FinlandOlympiastadion, HelsinkiWCP11
11-Sep-1985

Romania Football

RomaniaEmpire Stadium, Wembley, LondonWCP11
16-Oct-1985

Turkey Football

TurkeyEmpire Stadium, Wembley, LondonWCP50
13-Nov-1985

Northern Ireland football

Northern IrelandEmpire Stadium, Wembley, LondonWCP00
3-Jun-1986

Portugal Football

PortugalEstadio Tecnologico, Monterrey, MexicoWCF01
6-Jun-1986

Morocco football

MoroccoEstadio Tecnologico, Monterrey, MexicoWCF00
11-Jun-1986

Poland Football

PolandEstadio Universitario, Monterrey, MexicoWCF30
18-Jun-1986

Paraguay Fooball

ParaguayEstadio Azteca, Mexico City, MexicoWCF R230
22-Jun-1986

Argentina Football

ArgentinaEstadio Azteca, Mexico City, MexicoWCF QF12
1990 WORLD CUP ITALY
DateOppositionVenueTypeFA
19-Oct-1988

Sweden Football

SwedenEmpire Stadium, Wembley, LondonWCP00
8-Mar-1989

Albania Football

AlbaniaQemal Stafa Stadium, TiranaWCP20
26-Apr-1989

Albania Football

AlbaniaEmpire Stadium, Wembley, LondonWCP50
3-Jun-1989

Poland Football

PolandEmpire Stadium, Wembley, LondonWCP30
6-Sep-1989

Sweden Football

SwedenRוsunda Stadion, SolnaWCP00
11-Oct-1989

Poland Football

PolandStadion Slaski, ChorzowWCP00
11-Jun-1990

Ireland Football

Republic of IrelandStadio SantaElia, Cagliari, ItalyWCF11
16-Jun-1990

Netherlands Football

NetherlandsStadio SantaElia, Cagliari, ItalyWCF00
21-Jun-1990

Egypt Football

EgyptStadio SantaElia, Cagliari, ItalyWCF10
26-Jun-1990

Belgium Football

BelgiumStadio Renato Dall' Ara, Bologna, ItalyWCF R210
1-Jul-1990

Cameroon Football

CameroonStadio San Paolo, Naples, ItalyWCF QF32
4-Jul-1990

Germany Football

West GermanyStadio Delle Alpi, Turin, ItalyWCF SF11
7-Jul-1990

Italy Football

ItalyStadio San Nicola, Bari, ItalyWCF PO12
1994 WORLD CUP UNITED STATES of AMERICA
DateOppositionVenueTypeFA
14-Oct-1992

Norway Fooball

NorwayEmpire Stadium, Wembley, LondonWCP11
18-Nov-1992

Turkey Football

TurkeyEmpire Stadium, Wembley, LondonWCP40
17-Feb-1993

San Marino football

San MarinoEmpire Stadium, Wembley, LondonWCP60
31-Mar-1993

Turkey Football

TurkeyAtaturk Stadi, IzmirWCP20
28-Apr-1993

Netherlands Football

NetherlandsEmpire Stadium, Wembley, LondonWCP22
29-May-1993

Poland Football

PolandStadion Slaski, ChorzWCP11
2-Jun-1993

Norway Fooball

NorwayUllevaal Stadion, OsloWCP02
8-Sep-1993

Poland Football

PolandEmpire Stadium, Wembley, LondonWCP30
13-Oct-1993

Netherlands Football

NetherlandsStadion Feijenoord (“De Kuip”), RotterdamWCP02
17-Nov-1993

San Marino football

San MarinoStadio Renato Dall' Ara, Bologna, ItalyWCP71
FAILED TO QUALIFY
1998 WORLD CUP FRANCE
DateOppositionVenueTypeFA
1-Sep-1996

Moldova football

MoldovaRepublic Stadium, ChisinauWCP30
9-Oct-1996

Poland Football

PolandEmpire Stadium, Wembley, LondonWCP21
9-Nov-1996

Georgia Football

GeorgiaBoris Paichadze Stadium, TbilisiWCP20
12-Feb-1997

Italy Football

ItalyEmpire Stadium, Wembley, LondonWCP01
30-Apr-1997

Georgia Football

GeorgiaEmpire Stadium, Wembley, LondonWCP20
31-May-1997

Poland Football

PolandStadion Slaski, ChorzwWCP20
10-Sep-1997

Moldova football

MoldovaEmpire Stadium, Wembley, LondonWCP40
11-Oct-1997

Italy Football

ItalyStadio Olimpico, RomeWCP00
15-Jun-1998

Tunisia Football

TunisiaLe Stade Volodrome, Marseille, FranceWCF20
22-Jun-1998

Romania Football

RomaniaStade Municipal, Toulouse, FranceWCF12
26-Jun-1998

Colombia Football

ColombiaStade Felix-Bollaert, Lens, FranceWCF20
30-Jun-1998

Argentina Football

ArgentinaStade Geoffroy-Guichard, Saint-Etienne, FranceWCF R222
2002 WORLD CUP SOUTH KOREA & JAPAN
DateOppositionVenueTypeFA
7-Oct-2000

Germany Football

GermanyEmpire Stadium, Wembley, LondonWCP01
11-Oct-2000

Finland Football

FinlandOlympiastadion, HelsinkiWCP00
24-Mar-2001

Finland Football

FinlandAnfield Road, LiverpoolWCP21
28-Mar-2001

Albania Football

AlbaniaQemal Stafa Stadium, TiranaWCP31
6-Jun-2001

Greece Football

GreeceOlympic Stadium, AthensWCP20
1-Sep-2001

Germany Football

GermanyOlympiastadion, MunichWCP51
5-Sep-2001

Albania Football

AlbaniaSt. James' Park, NewcastleWCP20
6-Oct-2001

Greece Football

GreeceOld Trafford, ManchesterWCP22
2-Jun-2002

Sweden Football

SwedenSaitama Stadium 2002, Saitama, JapanWCF11
7-Jun-2002

Argentina Football

ArgentinaSapporo Dome, Sapporo, JapanWCF10
12-Jun-2002

Nigeria Football

NigeriaNagai Stadium, Osaka, JapanWCF00
15-Jun-2002

Denmark Football

DenmarkNiigata Prefectural Stadium (“Big Swan”), Niigata, JWCF R230
21-Jun-2002

Brazil Football

BrazilShizuoka Stadium Ecopa, Shizuoka, JapanWCF QF12
2006 WORLD CUP GERMANY
DateOppositionVenueTypeFA
4-Sep-2004

Austria Football

AustriaErnst Happel Stadium, Vienna, AustriaWCP22
8-Sep-2004

Poland Football

PolandSlaski Stadium, Katowice, PolandWCP21
9-Oct-2004

Wales Football

WalesOld Trafford, ManchesterWCP20
13-Oct-2004

Azerbaijan football

AzerbaijanTofig Bakhramov Stadium, BakuWCP10
26-Mar-2005

Northern Ireland football

Northern IrelandOld Trafford, ManchesterWCP40
30-Mar-2005

Azerbaijan football

AzerbaijanSt. James' Park, NewcastleWCP20
3-Sep-2005

Wales Football

WalesMillennium Stadium, Cardiff, WalesWCP10
7-Sep-2005

Northern Ireland football

Northern IrelandWindsor Park, BelfastWCP01
8-Oct-2005

Austria Football

AustriaOld Trafford, ManchesterWCP10
12-Oct-2005

Poland Football

PolandOld Trafford, ManchesterWCP21
10-Jun-2006

Paraguay Fooball

ParaguayFrankfurt, GermanyWCF10
15-Jun-2006

TRINIDAD & TOBAGO Football

Trinidad and TobagoNuremburg, GermanyWCF20
20-Jun-2006

Sweden Football

SwedenCologne, GermanyWCF22
25-Jun-2006

Ecuador football

EcuadorStuttgart, GermanyWCF R210
1-Jul-2006

Portugal Football

PortugalArena AufSchalke, Gelsenkirchen, GermanyWCF QF00
2010 WORLD CUP SOUTH AFRICA
DateOppositionVenueTypeFA
06-Sep-2008

Andorra Football

AndorraEstadi Comunal de Aixovall, Barcelona, SpainWCP20
10-Sep-2008

croatia football

CroatiaStadion Maksimir, Zagreb, CroatiaWCP41
11-Oct-2008

KAZAKHSTAN Football

KazakhstanWembley Stadium, LondonWCP51
15-Oct-2008

Belarus Football

BelarusDinamo Stadion, Minsk, BelarusWCP31
01-Apr-2009

Ukraine Football

UkraineWembley Stadium, LondonWCP21
06-Jun-2009

KAZAKHSTAN Football

KazakhstanCentral Stadium, Almaty, KazakhstanWCP40
10-Jun-2009

Andorra Football

AndorraWembley Stadium, LondonWCP60
09-Sep-2009

croatia football

CroatiaWembley Stadium, LondonWCP51
10-Oct-2009

Ukraine Football

UkraineDnipro Arena, DnipropetrovskWCP01
14-Oct-2009

Belarus Football

BelarusWembleyWCP30
12-Jun-2010

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United StatesRoyal Bafokeng Stadium, Rustenburg, South AfricaWCF11
18-Jun-2010

Algeria Football

AlgeriaCape Town Stadium, Cape Town, South AfricaWCF00
23-Jun-2010

Slovenia Football

SloveniaNelson Mandela Bay, Port Elizabeth, South AfricaWCF10
27-Jun-2010

Germany Football

GermanyFree State Stadium, Bloemfontein, South AfricaWCF R214
2014 WORLD CUP BRAZIL
DateOppositionVenueTypeFA
07-Sep-2012

Moldova football

MoldovaZimbru Stadium, ChișinăuWCP50
11-Sep-2012

Ukraine Football

UkraineWembley Stadium, LondonWCP11
12-Oct-2012

San Marino football

San MarinoWembley Stadium, LondonWCP50
17-Oct-2012

Poland Football

PolandNational Stadium, WarsawWCP11
22-Mar-2013

San Marino football

San MarinoStadio Olimpico, SerravalleWCP80
26-Mar-2013

Montenegro footballl

MontenegroPodgorica City Stadium, PodgoricaWCP11
06-Sep-2013

Moldova football

MoldovaWembley Stadium, LondonWCP40
10-Sep-2013

Ukraine Football

UkraineOlympic Stadium, KievWCP00
11-Oct-2013

Montenegro footballl

MontenegroWembley Stadium, LondonWCP41
15-Oct-2013

Poland Football

PolandWembley Stadium, LondonWCP20
14-Jun-2014

Italy Football

ItalyArena Amazonia, Manus, BrazilWCF12
19-Jun-2014

Uruguay Football

UruguayArena de São Paulo, BrazilWCF12
24-Jun-2014

Costa Rica football

Costa RicaEstádio Mineirão, Belo Horizonte, BrazilWCF00
2018 WORLD CUP RUSSIA
DateOppositionVenueTypeFA
04-Sep-2016

SlovakiaŠtadión Antona Malatinského, TrnavaWCP10
08-Oct-2016

Malta Football

MaltaWembley Stadium, LondonWCP20
11-Oct-2016

Slovenia Football

SloveniaStadion Sozice, LjubljanaWCP00
11-Nov-2016

Scotland football

ScotlandWembley Stadium, LondonWCP30
26-Mar-2017

Lithuania football

LithuaniaWembley Stadium, LondonWCP20
10-Jun-2017

Scotland football

ScotlandHampden Park, Glasgow, ScotlandWCP22
01-Sep-2017

Malta Football

MaltaTa' Qali National Stadium, MaltaWCP40
04-Sep-2017

SlovakiaWembley Stadium, LondonWCP21
05-Oct-2017

Slovenia Football

SloveniaWembley Stadium, LondonWCP10
08-Oct-2017

Lithuania football

LithuaniaLFF Stadium, Vilnius, LithuaniaWCP10
18-Jun-2018

Tunisia Football

TunisiaVolgograd, RussiaWCF21
24-Jun-2018

Panama FOOTBall

PanamaNizhny Novgorod, RussiaWCF61
28-Jun-2018

Belgium Football

BelgiumKaliningrad, RussiaWCF01
03-Jul-2018

Colombia Football

ColombiaOtkrytiye Arena, Moscow, RussiaWCF R211
07-Jul-2018

Sweden Football

SwedenCosmos Arena, Samara, RussiaWCF QF20
11-Jul-2018

croatia football

CroatiaLuzhniki Stadium, MoscowWCF SF12
14-Jul-2018

Belgium Football

BelgiumKrestovsky Stadium, Saint Petersburg, RussiaWCF PO02

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

1950 World Cup Finals – Brazil
Head coach: Walter Winterbottom
No.Pos.PlayerDoB/AgeCapsClub
DFJohn Aston2 September 1921 (aged 28)14 Manchester United
MFEddie Baily6 August 1925 (aged 24)0 Tottenham Hotspur
FWRoy Bentley17 May 1924 (aged 26)4 Chelsea
MFHenry Cockburn14 September 1921 (aged 28)10 Manchester United
MFJimmy Dickinson24 April 1925 (aged 25)7 Portsmouth
GKTed Ditchburn24 October 1921 (aged 28)2 Tottenham Hotspur
DFBill Eckersley16 July 1925 (aged 24)0 Blackburn Rovers
FWTom Finney5 April 1922 (aged 28)25 Preston North End
MFLaurie Hughes2 March 1924 (aged 26)0 Liverpool
FWWilf Mannion16 May 1918 (aged 32)19 Middlesbrough
FWStanley Matthews1 February 1915 (aged 35)30 Blackpool
FWJackie Milburn11 May 1924 (aged 26)7 Newcastle United
FWStan Mortensen26 May 1921 (aged 29)18 Blackpool
FWJimmy Mullen6 January 1923 (aged 27)4 Wolverhampton Wanderers
MFBill Nicholson26 January 1919 (aged 31)0 Tottenham Hotspur
DFAlf Ramsey22 January 1920 (aged 30)5 Tottenham Hotspur
DFLaurie Scott23 April 1917 (aged 33)17 Arsenal
DFJim Taylor5 November 1917 (aged 32)0 Fulham
MFWillie Watson7 March 1920 (aged 30)2 Sunderland
GKBert Williams31 January 1920 (aged 30)7 Wolverhampton Wanderers
DFBilly Wright6 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.PlayerDoB/AgeCapsClub
1GKGil Merrick26 January 1922 (aged 32)20 Birmingham City
2DFRon Staniforth13 April 1924 (aged 30)3 Huddersfield Town
3DFRoger Byrne8 February 1929 (aged 25)3 Manchester United
4DFBilly Wright6 February 1924 (aged 30)58 Wolverhampton Wanderers
5MFSyd Owen28 February 1922 (aged 32)2 Luton Town
6MFJimmy Dickinson24 April 1925 (aged 29)35 Portsmouth
7FWStanley Matthews1 February 1915 (aged 39)36 Blackpool
8FWIvor Broadis18 December 1922 (aged 31)11 Newcastle United
9FWNat Lofthouse27 August 1925 (aged 28)19 Bolton Wanderers
10FWTommy Taylor29 January 1932 (aged 22)3 Manchester United
11FWTom Finney5 April 1922 (aged 32)51 Preston North End
12GKTed Burgin29 April 1927 (aged 27)0 Sheffield United
13DFKen Green27 April 1924 (aged 30)0 Birmingham City
14MFBill McGarry10 June 1927 (aged 27)0 Huddersfield Town
15FWDennis Wilshaw11 March 1926 (aged 28)1 Wolverhampton Wanderers
16MFAlbert Quixall9 August 1933 (aged 20)3 Sheffield Wednesday
17FWJimmy Mullen6 January 1923 (aged 31)11 Wolverhampton Wanderers
18DFAllenby Chilton*16 September 1918 (aged 35)2 Manchester United
19MFKen Armstrong*3 June 1924 (aged 30)0 Chelsea
20MFBedford Jezzard*19 October 1927 (aged 26)1 Fulham
21MFJohnny Haynes*17 October 1934 (aged 19)0 Fulham
22FWHarry 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.PlayerDoB/AgeCapsClub
1GKColin McDonald15 October 1930 (aged 27)1 Burnley
2DFDon Howe12 October 1935 (aged 22)7 West Bromwich Albion
3DFTommy Banks10 November 1929 (aged 28)1 Bolton Wanderers
4DFEddie Clamp14 September 1934 (aged 23)1 Wolverhampton Wanderers
5MFBilly Wright6 February 1924 (aged 34)92 Wolverhampton Wanderers
6MFBill Slater29 April 1927 (aged 31)6 Wolverhampton Wanderers
7FWBryan Douglas27 May 1934 (aged 24)7 Blackburn Rovers
8FWBobby Robson18 February 1933 (aged 25)2 West Bromwich Albion
9FWDerek Kevan6 March 1935 (aged 23)7 West Bromwich Albion
10FWJohnny Haynes17 October 1934 (aged 23)20 Fulham
11FWTom Finney5 April 1922 (aged 36)73 Preston North End
12GKEddie Hopkinson29 October 1935 (aged 22)6 Bolton Wanderers
13GKAlan Hodgkinson16 August 1936 (aged 21)4 Sheffield United
14DFPeter Sillett1 February 1933 (aged 25)3 Chelsea
15DFRonnie Clayton5 August 1934 (aged 23)20 Blackburn Rovers
16DFMaurice Norman8 May 1934 (aged 24)0 Tottenham Hotspur
17FWPeter Brabrook8 November 1937 (aged 20)0 Chelsea
18FWPeter Broadbent15 May 1933 (aged 25)0 Wolverhampton Wanderers
19FWBobby Smith22 February 1933 (aged 25)0 Tottenham Hotspur
20FWBobby Charlton11 October 1937 (aged 20)3 Manchester United
21FWAlan A'Court30 September 1934 (aged 23)1 Liverpool
22FWMaurice Setters16 December 1936 (aged 21)0 West Bromwich Albion
1962 World Cup Finals – Chile
Head coach: Walter Winterbottom
No.Pos.PlayerDoB/AgeCapsClub
1GKRon Springett22 July 1935 (aged 26)21 Sheffield Wednesday
2DFJimmy Armfield2 September 1935 (aged 26)25 Blackpool
3DFRay Wilson17 December 1934 (aged 27)11 Huddersfield Town
4FWBobby Robson18 February 1933 (aged 29)20 West Bromwich Albion
5MFPeter Swan8 October 1936 (aged 25)19 Sheffield Wednesday
6MFRon Flowers28 July 1934 (aged 27)32 Wolverhampton Wanderers
7MFJohn Connelly18 July 1938 (aged 23)8 Burnley
8FWJimmy Greaves20 February 1940 (aged 22)18 Tottenham Hotspur
9FWGerry Hitchens8 October 1934 (aged 27)5Internazionale Milan (Italy)
10FWJohnny Haynes17 October 1934 (aged 27)52 Fulham
11FWBobby Charlton11 October 1937 (aged 24)35 Manchester United
12GKAlan Hodgkinson16 August 1936 (aged 25)5 Sheffield United
13FWDerek Kevan6 March 1935 (aged 27)14 West Bromwich Albion
14MFStan Anderson27 February 1933 (aged 29)2 Sunderland
15DFMaurice Norman8 May 1934 (aged 28)1 Tottenham Hotspur
16DFBobby Moore12 April 1941 (aged 21)1 West Ham United
17MFBryan Douglas27 May 1934 (aged 28)29 Blackburn Rovers
18FWRoger Hunt20 July 1938 (aged 23)1 Liverpool
19FWAlan Peacock29 October 1937 (aged 24)0 Middlesbrough
20MFGeorge Eastham23 September 1936 (aged 25)0 Arsenal
21DFDon Howe12 October 1935 (aged 26)23 West Bromwich Albion
22GKGordon Banks30 December 1937 (aged 24)0 Leicester City
1966 World Cup Finals – England
Manager: Alf Ramsey
No.Pos.PlayerDoB/AgeCapsClub
1GKGordon Banks30 December 1937 (aged 28)27 Leicester City
2DFGeorge Cohen22 October 1939 (aged 26)24 Fulham
3DFRay Wilson17 December 1934 (aged 31)45 Everton
4MFNobby Stiles18 May 1942 (aged 24)14 Manchester United
5DFJack Charlton8 May 1935 (aged 31)16 Leeds United
6DFBobby Moore (capt)12 April 1941 (aged 25)41 West Ham United
7MFAlan Ball12 May 1945 (aged 21)10 Blackpool
8FWJimmy Greaves20 February 1940 (aged 26)51 Tottenham Hotspur
9MFBobby Charlton11 October 1937 (aged 28)68 Manchester United
10FWGeoff Hurst8 December 1941 (aged 24)4 West Ham United
11FWJohn Connelly18 July 1938 (aged 27)19 Manchester United
12GKRon Springett22 July 1935 (aged 30)33 Sheffield Wednesday
13GKPeter Bonetti27 September 1941 (aged 24)1 Chelsea
14DFJimmy Armfield21 September 1935 (aged 30)43 Blackpool
15DFGerry Byrne29 August 1938 (aged 27)2 Liverpool
16MFMartin Peters8 November 1943 (aged 22)3 West Ham United
17DFRon Flowers28 July 1934 (aged 31)49 Wolverhampton Wanderers
18DFNorman Hunter24 October 1943 (aged 22)4 Leeds United
19FWTerry Paine23 March 1939 (aged 27)18 Southampton
20MFIan Callaghan10 April 1942 (aged 24)1 Liverpool
21FWRoger Hunt20 July 1938 (aged 27)13 Liverpool
22MFGeorge Eastham23 September 1936 (aged 29)19 Arsenal
1970 World Cup Finals – Mexico
Manager: Alf Ramsey
No.Pos.PlayerDoB/AgeCapsClub
1GKGordon Banks30 December 1937 (aged 32)59 Stoke City
2DFKeith Newton23 June 1941 (aged 28)24 Everton
3DFTerry Cooper12 July 1944 (aged 25)8 Leeds United
4MFAlan Mullery23 November 1941 (aged 28)27 Tottenham Hotspur
5DFBrian Labone23 January 1940 (aged 30)23 Everton
6DFBobby Moore12 April 1941 (aged 29)80 West Ham United
7FWFrancis Lee29 April 1944 (aged 26)14 Manchester City
8MFAlan Ball12 May 1945 (aged 25)41 Everton
9MFBobby Charlton11 October 1937 (aged 32)102 Manchester United
10FWGeoff Hurst8 December 1941 (aged 28)38 West Ham United
11MFMartin Peters8 November 1943 (aged 26)38 Tottenham Hotspur
12GKPeter Bonetti27 September 1941 (aged 28)6 Chelsea
13GKAlex Stepney18 September 1942 (aged 27)1 Manchester United
14DFTommy Wright21 October 1944 (aged 25)9 Everton
15DFNobby Stiles18 May 1942 (aged 28)28 Manchester United
16MFEmlyn Hughes28 August 1947 (aged 22)6 Liverpool
17DFJack Charlton8 May 1935 (aged 35)34 Leeds United
18DFNorman Hunter29 October 1943 (aged 26)13 Leeds United
19MFColin Bell26 February 1946 (aged 24)11 Manchester City
20FWPeter Osgood20 February 1947 (aged 23)1 Chelsea
21FWAllan Clarke31 July 1946 (aged 23)0 Leeds United
22FWJeff Astle13 May 1942 (aged 28)3 West Bromwich Albion
1982 World Cup Finals – Spain
Manager: Ron Greenwood
No.Pos.PlayerDoB/AgeCapsClub
1GKRay Clemence5 August 1948 (aged 33) Tottenham Hotspur
2DFViv Anderson29 August 1956 (aged 25) Nottingham Forest
3MFTrevor Brooking2 October 1948 (aged 33) West Ham United
4DFTerry Butcher28 December 1958 (aged 23) Ipswich Town
5MFSteve Coppell9 July 1955 (aged 26) Manchester United
6DFSteve Foster24 September 1957 (aged 24) Brighton and Hove Albion
7FWKevin Keegan14 February 1951 (aged 31) Southampton
8FWTrevor Francis19 April 1954 (aged 28) Manchester City
9MFGlenn Hoddle27 October 1957 (aged 24) Tottenham Hotspur
10MFTerry McDermott8 December 1951 (aged 30) Liverpool
11FWPaul Mariner22 May 1953 (aged 29) Ipswich Town
12DFMick Mills4 January 1949 (aged 33) Ipswich Town
13GKJoe Corrigan18 November 1948 (aged 33) Manchester City
14DFPhil Neal20 February 1951 (aged 31) Liverpool
15MFGraham Rix23 October 1957 (aged 24) Arsenal
16MFBryan Robson11 January 1957 (aged 25) Manchester United
17DFKenny Sansom26 September 1958 (aged 23) Arsenal
18DFPhil Thompson21 January 1954 (aged 28) Liverpool
19MFRay Wilkins14 September 1956 (aged 25) Manchester United
20FWPeter Withe30 August 1951 (aged 30) Aston Villa
21FWTony Woodcock6 December 1955 (aged 26)FC Köln (West Germany)
22GKPeter Shilton18 September 1949 (aged 32) Nottingham Forest
1986 World Cup Finals – Mexico
Manager: Bobby Robson
No.Pos.PlayerDoB/AgeCapsClub
1GKPeter Shilton18 September 1949 (aged 36) Southampton
2DFGary Stevens27 March 1963 (aged 23) Everton
3DFKenny Sansom26 September 1958 (aged 27) Arsenal
4MFGlenn Hoddle27 October 1957 (aged 28) Tottenham Hotspur
5DFAlvin Martin29 July 1958 (aged 27) West Ham United
6DFTerry Butcher28 December 1958 (aged 27) Ipswich Town
7MFBryan Robson11 January 1957 (aged 29) Manchester United
8MFRay Wilkins14 September 1956 (aged 29)AC Milan (Italy)
9FWMark Hateley7 November 1961 (aged 24)AC Milan (Italy)
10FWGary Lineker30 November 1960 (aged 25) Everton
11MFChris Waddle14 December 1960 (aged 25) Tottenham Hotspur
12DFViv Anderson29 August 1956 (aged 29) Arsenal
13GKChris Woods14 November 1959 (aged 26) Norwich City
14DFTerry Fenwick17 November 1959 (aged 26) Queens Park Rangers
15DFGary A Stevens30 March 1962 (aged 24) Tottenham Hotspur
16MFPeter Reid20 June 1956 (aged 29) Everton
17MFTrevor Steven21 September 1963 (aged 22) Everton
18MFSteve Hodge25 October 1962 (aged 23) Aston Villa
19MFJohn Barnes7 November 1963 (aged 22) Watford
20FWPeter Beardsley18 January 1961 (aged 25) Newcastle United
21FWKerry Dixon24 July 1961 (aged 24) Chelsea
22GKGary Bailey9 August 1958 (aged 27) Manchester United
1990 World Cup Finals – Italy
Manager: Bobby Robson
No.Pos.PlayerDoB/AgeCapsClub
1GKPeter Shilton18 September 1949 (aged 40)118 Derby County
2DFGary Stevens27 March 1963 (aged 27)39Rangers (Scotland)
3DFStuart Pearce24 April 1962 (aged 28)24 Nottingham Forest
4MFNeil Webb30 July 1962 (aged 27)24 Manchester United
5DFDes Walker26 November 1965 (aged 24)18 Nottingham Forest
6DFTerry Butcher28 December 1958 (aged 31)72Rangers (Scotland)
7MFBryan Robson (c)11 January 1957 (aged 33)85 Manchester United
8MFChris Waddle14 December 1960 (aged 29)52Marseille (France)
9FWPeter Beardsley18 January 1961 (aged 29)40 Liverpool
10FWGary Lineker30 November 1960 (aged 29)51 Tottenham Hotspur
11MFJohn Barnes7 November 1963 (aged 26)53 Liverpool
12DFPaul Parker4 April 1964 (aged 26)5 Queens Park Rangers
13GKChris Woods14 November 1959 (aged 30)16Rangers (Scotland)
14DFMark Wright1 August 1963 (aged 26)24 Derby County
15DFTony Dorigo31 December 1965 (aged 24)3 Chelsea
16MFSteve McMahon20 August 1961 (aged 28)12 Liverpool
17MFDavid Platt10 June 1966 (aged 23)5 Aston Villa
18MFSteve Hodge25 October 1962 (aged 27)22 Nottingham Forest
19MFPaul Gascoigne27 May 1967 (aged 23)11 Tottenham Hotspur
20MFTrevor Steven21 September 1963 (aged 26)26Rangers (Scotland)
21FWSteve Bull28 March 1965 (aged 25)7 Wolverhampton Wanderers
22GKDave Beasant20 March 1959 (aged 31)2 Chelsea
1998 World Cup Finals – France
Manager: Glenn Hoddle
No.Pos.PlayerDoB/AgeCapsClub
1GKDavid Seaman19 September 1963 (aged 34)40 Arsenal
2DFSol Campbell18 September 1974 (aged 23)16 Tottenham Hotspur
3DFGraeme Le Saux17 October 1968 (aged 29)25 Chelsea
4MFPaul Ince21 October 1967 (aged 30)39 Liverpool
5DFTony Adams10 October 1966 (aged 31)51 Arsenal
6DFGareth Southgate3 September 1970 (aged 27)25 Aston Villa
7MFDavid Beckham2 May 1975 (aged 23)15 Manchester United
8MFDavid Batty2 December 1968 (aged 29)31 Newcastle United
9FWAlan Shearer13 August 1970 (aged 27)39 Newcastle United
10FWTeddy Sheringham2 April 1966 (aged 32)33 Manchester United
11MFSteve McManaman11 February 1972 (aged 26)21 Liverpool
12DFGary Neville18 February 1975 (aged 23)27 Manchester United
13GKNigel Martyn11 August 1966 (aged 31)7 Leeds United
14MFDarren Anderton3 March 1972 (aged 26)18 Tottenham Hotspur
15MFPaul Merson20 March 1968 (aged 30)18 Middlesbrough
16MFPaul Scholes16 November 1974 (aged 23)7 Manchester United
17MFRob Lee1 February 1966 (aged 32)17 Newcastle United
18DFMartin Keown24 July 1966 (aged 31)18 Arsenal
19FWLes Ferdinand18 December 1966 (aged 31)17 Tottenham Hotspur
20FWMichael Owen14 December 1979 (aged 18)5 Liverpool
21DFRio Ferdinand7 November 1978 (aged 19)3 West Ham United
22GKTim Flowers3 February 1967 (aged 31)11 Blackburn Rovers
2002 World Cup Finals – Japan & South Korea
Manager: Sven-Göran Eriksson (Sweden)
No.Pos.PlayerDoB/AgeCapsClub
1GKDavid Seaman19 September 1963 (aged 38)68 Arsenal
2DFDanny Mills18 May 1977 (aged 25)7 Leeds United
3DFAshley Cole20 December 1980 (aged 21)8 Arsenal
4MFTrevor Sinclair2 March 1973 (aged 29)5 West Ham United
5DFRio Ferdinand7 November 1978 (aged 23)21 Leeds United
6DFSol Campbell18 September 1974 (aged 27)45 Arsenal
7MFDavid Beckham (c)2 May 1975 (aged 27)49 Manchester United
8MFPaul Scholes16 November 1974 (aged 27)43 Manchester United
9FWRobbie Fowler9 April 1975 (aged 27)24 Leeds United
10FWMichael Owen14 December 1979 (aged 22)35 Liverpool
11FWEmile Heskey11 January 1978 (aged 24)23 Liverpool
12DFWes Brown13 October 1979 (aged 22)6 Manchester United
13GKNigel Martyn11 August 1966 (aged 35)22 Leeds United
14DFWayne Bridge5 August 1980 (aged 21)5 Southampton
15DFMartin Keown24 July 1966 (aged 35)42 Arsenal
16DFGareth Southgate3 September 1970 (aged 31)48 Middlesbrough
17FWTeddy Sheringham2 April 1966 (aged 36)46 Tottenham Hotspur
18MFOwen Hargreaves20 January 1981 (aged 21)6Bayern Munich (Germany)
19MFJoe Cole8 November 1981 (aged 20)6 West Ham United
20FWDarius Vassell13 June 1980 (aged 21)5 Aston Villa
21MFNicky Butt21 January 1975 (aged 27)18 Manchester United
22GKDavid James1 August 1970 (aged 31)9 West Ham United
23MFKieron Dyer29 December 1978 (aged 23)9 Newcastle United
2006 World Cup Finals – Germany
Manager: Sven-Göran Eriksson (Sweden)
No.Pos.PlayerDoB/AgeCapsClub
1GKPaul Robinson15 October 1979 (aged 26)21 Tottenham Hotspur
2DFGary Neville18 February 1975 (aged 31)79 Manchester United
3DFAshley Cole20 December 1980 (aged 25)46 Arsenal
4MFSteven Gerrard30 May 1980 (aged 26)42 Liverpool
5DFRio Ferdinand7 November 1978 (aged 27)47 Manchester United
6DFJohn Terry7 December 1980 (aged 25)24 Chelsea
7MFDavid Beckham (c)2 May 1975 (aged 31)89Real Madrid (Spain)
8MFFrank Lampard20 June 1978 (aged 27)40 Chelsea
9FWWayne Rooney24 October 1985 (aged 20)29 Manchester United
10FWMichael Owen14 December 1979 (aged 26)77 Newcastle United
11MFJoe Cole8 November 1981 (aged 24)32 Chelsea
12DFSol Campbell18 September 1974 (aged 31)68 Arsenal
13GKDavid James1 August 1970 (aged 35)34 Manchester City
14DFWayne Bridge5 August 1980 (aged 25)23 Chelsea
15DFJamie Carragher28 January 1978 (aged 28)25 Liverpool
16MFOwen Hargreaves20 January 1981 (aged 25)30Bayern Munich (Germany)
17MFJermaine Jenas18 February 1983 (aged 23)15 Tottenham Hotspur
18MFMichael Carrick28 July 1981 (aged 24)6 Tottenham Hotspur
19MFAaron Lennon16 April 1987 (aged 19)1 Tottenham Hotspur
20MFStewart Downing22 July 1984 (aged 21)2 Middlesbrough
21FWPeter Crouch30 January 1981 (aged 25)7 Liverpool
22GKScott Carson3 September 1985 (aged 20)0 Liverpool
23FWTheo Walcott16 March 1989 (aged 17)1 Arsenal
2010 World Cup Finals – South Africa
Manager: Fabio Capello (Italy)
No.Pos.PlayerDoB/AgeCapsClub
1GKDavid James1 August 1970 (aged 39)50 Portsmouth
2DFGlen Johnson23 August 1984 (aged 25)22 Liverpool
3DFAshley Cole20 December 1980 (aged 29)78 Chelsea
4MFSteven Gerrard (c)30 May 1980 (aged 30)80 Liverpool
5DFMichael Dawson18 November 1983 (aged 26)0 Tottenham Hotspur
6DFJohn Terry7 December 1980 (aged 29)60 Chelsea
7MFAaron Lennon16 April 1987 (aged 23)17 Tottenham Hotspur
8MFFrank Lampard20 June 1978 (aged 31)78 Chelsea
9FWPeter Crouch30 January 1981 (aged 29)38 Tottenham Hotspur
10FWWayne Rooney24 October 1985 (aged 24)60 Manchester United
11MFJoe Cole8 November 1981 (aged 28)54 Chelsea
12GKRobert Green18 January 1980 (aged 30)10 West Ham United
13DFStephen Warnock12 December 1981 (aged 28)1 Aston Villa
14MFGareth Barry23 February 1981 (aged 29)36 Manchester City
15DFMatthew Upson18 April 1979 (aged 31)19 West Ham United
16MFJames Milner4 January 1986 (aged 24)8 Aston Villa
17MFShaun Wright-Phillips25 October 1981 (aged 28)31 Manchester City
18DFJamie Carragher28 January 1978 (aged 32)36 Liverpool
19FWJermain Defoe7 October 1982 (aged 27)39 Tottenham Hotspur
20DFLedley King12 October 1980 (aged 29)20 Tottenham Hotspur
21FWEmile Heskey11 January 1978 (aged 32)58 Aston Villa
22MFMichael Carrick28 July 1981 (aged 28)22 Manchester United
23GKJoe Hart19 April 1987 (aged 23)3 Manchester City
2014 World Cup Finals – Brazil
Manager: Roy Hodgson
No.Pos.PlayerDoB/AgeCapsClub
1GKJoe HartMay 19, 1987 (aged 27)39Manchester City
2GKBen FosterMay 3, 1983 (aged 31)6West Bromwich Albion
3GKFraser ForsterMarch 17, 1988 (aged 26)1Celtic (Scotland)
4DFGlen Johnson23 August 1984 (age 29)50Liverpool
5DFGary Cahill19 December 1985 (age 28)23Chelsea
6DFPhil Jagielka17 August 1982 (age 31)24Everton
7DFLeighton Baines11 December 1984 (age 29)22Everton
8DFChris Smalling22 November 1989 (age 24)10Manchester United
9DFPhil Jones121 February 1992 (age 22)9Manchester United
10DFLuke Shaw12 July 1995 (age 18)1Southampton
11MFSteven Gerrard30 May 1980 (age 33)109Liverpool
12MFFrank Lampard20 June 1978 (age 35)103Chelsea
13MFJames Milner4 January 1986 (age 28)45Manchester City
14MFJack Wilshere1 January 1992 (age 22)15Arsenal
15MFAlex Oxlade-Chamberlain15 August 1993 (age 20)14Arsenal
16MFJordan Henderson17 June 1990 (age 23)8Liverpool
17MFRaheem Sterling8 December 1994 (age 19)2Liverpool
18MFRoss Barkley5 December 1993 (age 20)3Everton
19MFAdam Lallana10 May 1988 (age 26)3Southampton
20FWWayne Rooney24 October 1985 (age 28)89Manchester United
21FWDanny Welbeck26 November 1990 (age 23)21Manchester United
22FWDaniel Sturridge1 September 1989 (age 24)10Liverpool
23FWRickie Lambert16 February 1982 (age 32)4Southampton
2018 World Cup Finals – Russia
Manager: Gareth Southgate
No.Pos.PlayerDoB/AgeCapsClub
1GKJordan Pickford7 March 1994 (aged 24)2Everton
2DFKyle Walker28 May 1990 (aged 28)34Manchester City
3DFDanny Rose2 July 1990 (aged 27)16Tottenham Hotspur
4MFEric Dier15 January 1994 (aged 24)25Tottenham Hotspur
5DFJohn Stones28 May 1994 (aged 24)24Manchester City
6DFHarry Maguire5 March 1993 (aged 25)4Leicester City
7MFJesse Lingard15 December 1992 (aged 25)10Manchester United
8MFJordan Henderson17 June 1990 (aged 27)38Liverpool
9FWHarry Kane (captain)28 July 1993 (aged 24)23Tottenham Hotspur
10FWRaheem Sterling8 December 1994 (aged 23)37Manchester City
11FWJamie Vardy11 January 1987 (aged 31)21Leicester City
12DFKieran Trippier19 September 1990 (aged 27)5Tottenham Hotspur
13GKJack Butland10 March 1993 (aged 25)7Stoke City
14FWDanny Welbeck26 November 1990 (aged 27)37Arsenal
15DFGary Cahill19 December 1985 (aged 32)58Chelsea
16DFPhil Jones21 February 1992 (aged 26)24Manchester United
17DFFabian Delph21 November 1989 (aged 28)9Manchester City
18DFAshley Young9 July 1985 (aged 32)33Manchester United
19FWMarcus Rashford31 October 1997 (aged 20)17Manchester United
20MFDele Alli11 April 1996 (aged 22)23Tottenham Hotspur
21MFRuben Loftus-Cheek23 January 1996 (aged 22)2Crystal Palace
22DFTrent Alexander-Arnold7 October 1998 (aged 19)0Liverpool
23GKNick Pope19 April 1992 (aged 26)0Burnley
2022 World Cup Finals – Qatar
No.Pos.PlayerDoB/AgeCapsClub

 

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