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England have appeared in the World Cup finals eight times before, winning the old trophy at Wembly in 1966.

Germany seem to be constantly paying them back for that, beating them on penalties in the semi-finals of Italia 90 and Euro 96.

England the country.

Official Squad:


1 David SEAMAN (Arsenal)
13 Nigel MARTYN (Leeds United)
22 Tim FLOWERS (Blackburn Rovers)


12 Gary NEVILLE (Manchester United)
6 Gareth SOUTHGATE (Aston Villa)
5 Tony ADAMS (Arsenal)
18 Martin KEOWN (Arsenal)
2 Sol CAMPBELL (Tottenham Hotspur)
3 Graeme LE SAUX (Chelsea)
21 Rio FERDINAND (West Ham Utd.)


7 David BECKHAM (Manchester United)
4 Paul INCE (Liverpool)
17 Robert LEE (Newcastle United)
8 David BATTY (Newcastle)
16 Paul SCHOLES (Manchester United)
14 Darren Sicknote ANDERTON (Tottenham Hotspur)
11 Steve McMANAMAN (Liverpool)


9 Alan Golden Boot SHEARER (Newcastle United)
10 Teddy SHERINGHAM (Manchester United)
20 Michael OWEN (Liverpool)
15 Paul MERSON (Middlesbrough)
19 Les FERDINAND (Tottenham Hotspur)

Coached by Glenn God Hoddle

First Round

15th June vs. Tunisia

22nd June vs. Romania

26th June vs. Colombia

2nd Round
30th June vs. Argentina
(St Etienne)

Match Reports.

Group Tables.

England made up for their defeat against Romania to turn the tables on Colombia.

Michael Owen and David Beckham started the last match, with Steve McManaman replacing Paul Scholes in the final fifteen minutes.

A team to please the fans, and then the Team of God had the chance to wipe out memories of the hand of God goal in '86.

For 75 minutes England were in God's hands after David Beckham was sent off at the start of the second half. The ten men of England took the game into extra-time, to eventually exit another major tournament through not scoring all of their penalties.

The Road to The Final:
Who played who,
when and where.

England Links.