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England in the World Cup Finals

World Cup Appearances:
France 1998 was England's 8th appearance in the World Cup Finals.

Best World Cup Performance:
England beat West Germany in the World Cup Final at Wembly in 1966.

Germany seem to be constantly paying England back for that; beating them on penalties in the semi-finals of Italy 1990, and Euro 96.

England in the 1998 World Cup

The Football Association
Group G

15th June: vs. Tunisia (2:0) in Marseilles.

22nd June: vs. Romania (1:2) in Toulouse.

26th June: vs. Colombia (2:0) in Lens.

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.

Knockout Stage

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

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 Mexico 1986.

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 their penalties.

Union des Associations Européennes de Football.

The Football Association.

England World Cup Squad


1 David Seaman (Arsenal)
13 Nigel Martyn (Leeds United)
22 Tim Flowers (Blackburn Rovers)


2 Sol Campbell (Tottenham Hotspur)
3 Graeme Le Saux (Chelsea)
5 Tony Adams (Arsenal)
6 Gareth Southgate (Aston Villa)
12 Gary Neville (Manchester United)
18 Martin Keown (Arsenal)
21 Rio Ferdinand (West Ham United)


4 Paul Ince (Liverpool)
7 David Beckham (Manchester United)
8 David Batty (Newcastle)
11 Steve McManaman (Liverpool)
14 Darren Anderton (Tottenham Hotspur)
16 Paul Scholes (Manchester United)
17 Robert Lee (Newcastle United)


9 Alan Shearer (Newcastle United)
10 Teddy Sheringham (Manchester United)
15 Paul Merson (Middlesbrough)
19 Les Ferdinand (Tottenham Hotspur)
20 Michael Owen (Liverpool)

Glenn Hoddle.

Teams by Group

Group A
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Group B
Travel to Austria Austria, Travel to Cameroon Cameroon, Travel to Chile Chile, Travel to Italy Italy.

Group C
Travel to Denmark Denmark, Travel to France France, Travel to Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia, Travel to South Africa South Africa.

Group D
Travel to Bulgaria Bulgaria, Travel to Nigeria Nigeria, Travel to Paraguay Paraguay, Travel to Spain Spain.

Group E
Travel to Belgium Belgium, Travel to Holland Holland, Travel to Mexico Mexico, Travel to South Korea South Korea.

Group F
Travel to Germany Germany, Travel to Iran Iran, Travel to USA United States, Travel to Serbia Yugoslavia.

Group G
Travel to Colombia Colombia, Travel to England England, Travel to Romania Romania, Travel to Tunisia Tunisia.

Group H
Travel to Argentina Argentina, Travel to Croatia Croatia, Travel to Jamaica Jamaica, Travel to Japan Japan.

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