England’s first semi-final in 28 years? No it wasn’t!
England’s first semi-final in 28 years brought a nation together and once again made fans proud of their team. But while the majority of the country were left disappointed after the loss to Croatia when a Final against France was in their grasp, some people were keen to point... Read more
Reasons for optimism despite England’s missed opportunity against Croatia
Mario Mandzukic struck the decisive winner in Moscow to send England out of the World Cup and Croatia into the Final against France. Every Englishman will be proud of the performance of the England team this summer, they have been superb on and off the pitch, but this is... Read more
England World Cup Squad for Russia 2018
Gareth Southgate has named his 23-man England World Cup squad for Russia 2018, which includes two uncapped players. Goalkeeper Nick Pope, who has been impressive for Burnley this campaign, is in after his first call-up in March, while Liverpool full-back Trent Alexander-Arnold will hope his summer ends in positive... Read more
Who is Jadon Sancho?
He bagged a brace in England’s opening game of the FIFA U17s World Cup, a 4-0 victory over Chile, but exactly who is Jadon Sancho? During August’s hectic transfer window, much of the hype was around the millions of Euros, in fact hundreds of millions, changing hands at Barcelona.... Read more
“Coming to England would be a great challenge for him”
Barcelona’s Brazilian magician Neymar has been linked with a big-money move to Manchester United, while Chelsea and Manchester City are also apparently sniffing around the 25-year-old. And Ex-Arsenal and Samba Boys midfielder Gilberto Silva believes he would be a ‘fantastic’ addition to the Premier League, should he exit the  Camp Nou. Silva, a Premier League winner with the Gunners... Read more
Most successful English football managers
Big Sam is now the new England manager, the 17th – including caretakers – since Walter Winterbottom, so we take a look at the most successful English football managers in recent English club football history. Sam Allardyce is yet to win one of the major honours English clubs challenge for, but is not... Read more
History Lesson: England won Le Tournoi
The Three Lions lost 1-0 against Brazil in their last appearance at the Parc des Princes in Paris, but England won Le Tournoi du France nonetheless. On This Day – 10 June 1997 Brazil 1-0 England Le Tournoi du France Parc des Princes, Paris Wins over Italy and hosts France... Read more
England’s Euro Finals Record
England are about to embark on their ninth European Championship and are yet to win a knockout game in normal time. Here we look back on England’s Euro Finals Record… The first European Championship tournament was held in France in 1960, but England did not participate and though they... Read more
Essential England Euro 2016 playlist
It’s the eve of Euro 2016 and the excitement is building, so what better way to prepare for the Three Lions’ latest attempt to end 50 years of hurt than to listen to our Essential England Euro 2016 playlist? Down the years there have been some cracking songs celebrating... Read more
History Lesson: Danny Welbeck scores his first England goal
England flew off to the Euro 2012 finals in confident mood after Danny Welbeck scores his first England goal in a 1-0 win over Belgium at Wembley on this day four years ago. On This Day – 2 June 2012 England 1 – 0 Belgium Friendly Wembley Stadium, London... Read more