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England Team EURO 2016 Squad

  • Country: England
  • Couch: Roy Hodgson
  • Full team’s name: England national football team
  • Nicknames: Three Lions
  • Association formed: 1863
  • Stadium: Wembley, London
  • Official webpage: http://www.thefa.com/England/
  • Colours: white, navy blue

England failed to win a European Football Championship event for so long that the sobering realisation of this thing dominated the team’s performance two years ago. England had a dismal campaign at the 2014 World Cup, when it failed to win a single group game when players were coached by Roy Hodgson. Expectations of national supporters which are some of the craziest in the world (we all know that kind of supporters Manchester United, Chelsea or Arsenal London have) crept to the lowest levels in decades. Let’s see how this information can help with England Euro 2016 fixtures.

Squad
Player Position Height Weight Age
1
Jack Butland
GOALKEEPER 196cm 94kg 23
2
Fraser Forster
GOALKEEPER 201cm 73kg 28
3
Ben Foster
GOALKEEPER 193cm 90kg 33
4
Rob Green
GOALKEEPER 191cm 93kg 36
5
Joe Hart
GOALKEEPER 196cm 89kg 29
6
Tom Heaton
GOALKEEPER 188cm 85kg 30
7
Leighton Baines
DEFENDER 170cm 70kg 31
8
Ryan Bertrand
DEFENDER 179cm 85kg 26
9
Gary Cahill
DEFENDER 193cm 86kg 30
10
Calum Chambers
DEFENDER 182cm 66kg 21
11
Nathaniel Clyne
DEFENDER 175cm 67kg 25
12
Kieran Gibbs
DEFENDER 178cm 64kg 26
13
Phil Jagielka
DEFENDER 180cm 87kg 33
14
Phil Jones
DEFENDER 180cm 71kg 24
15
Danny Rose
DEFENDER 173cm 72kg 25
16
Luke Shaw
DEFENDER 185cm 75kg 20
17
Chris Smalling
DEFENDER 192cm 81kg 26
18
John Stones
DEFENDER 188cm 70kg 21
19
Kyle Walker
DEFENDER 178cm 70kg 25
20
Dele Alli
MIDFIELDER 188cm 73kg 20
21
Ross Barkley
MIDFIELDER 189cm 76kg 22
22
Michael Carrick
MIDFIELDER 188cm 74kg 34
23
Tom Cleverley
MIDFIELDER 175cm 67kg 26
24
Jack Colback
MIDFIELDER 175cm 70kg 26
25
Fabian Delph
MIDFIELDER 174cm 60kg 26
26
Stewart Downing
MIDFIELDER 180cm 64kg 31
27
Jordan Henderson
MIDFIELDER 182cm 67kg 25
28
Adam Lallana
MIDFIELDER 172cm 73kg 28
29
Ryan Mason
MIDFIELDER 175cm 68kg 24
30
James Milner
MIDFIELDER 175cm 70kg 30
31
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain
MIDFIELDER 180cm 70kg 22
32
Jonjo Shelvey
MIDFIELDER 183cm 78kg 24
33
Raheem Sterling
MIDFIELDER 170cm 69kg 21
34
Andros Townsend
MIDFIELDER 181cm 77kg 24
35
Jack Wilshere
MIDFIELDER 172cm 65kg 24
36
Charlie Austin
FORWARD 188cm 84kg 26
37
Saido Berahino
FORWARD 180cm 77kg 22
38
Danny Ings
FORWARD 178cm 73kg 23
39
Harry Kane
FORWARD 188cm 65kg 22
40
Rickie Lambert
FORWARD 187cm 77kg 34
41
Wayne Rooney
FORWARD 176cm 83kg 30
42
Daniel Sturridge
FORWARD 188cm 76kg 26
43
Jamie Vardy
FORWARD 178cm 76kg 29
44
Theo Walcott
FORWARD 176cm 68kg 27
45
Danny Welbeck
FORWARD 185cm 72kg 25
Group D
Teams P W D L G F Pts
1 England 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2 Russia 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
3 Slovakia 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
4 Wales 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
England Shape
All matches
W
L
W
W
L
Home
W
L
W
Away
W
L
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However, England managed a 3-2 win against Germany as a young and vibrant team came from 2-0 to generate authentic buzz around a squad which Roy Hodgson overhauled significantly since the last major tournament – FIFA World Cup. Will England build on this performance?

England is the only European country to have won the World Cup but not lifted the European Cup. What else can help you assess the best England Euro 2016 betting odds?

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England could have had another profile had it not been for those penalty shoot-outs. When England lost on spot kicks against Germany in the semi-finals of the 1990 World Cup in Italy, they've been eliminated by this method from 5 further competitions – 3 UEFA European Championships (2012, 2004 and 1996) and 2 FIFA World Cups (2006 and 1998). Their 1966 World Cup win on home soil remains their only true performance.

Roy Hodgson's squad didn't make it through the group stage two years ago in Brazil, but they should go to France in a confident mood having qualified for EURO 2016 with 10 wins out of 10.

Use our England EURO odds from a stunning and complete aggregate to increase your chances of winning.

England is the only European country who has lifted the World Cup but not the Henri Delaunay Cup. They are yet to reach a European Football Championship final as they came closest to it in 1996, when they actually hosted the tournament. They were denied by Germany at the time in a semi-final penalty shoot-out defeat. EURO 2016 could be a game changer for them, but otherwise this historical tournament brought them very few happy memories.

England didn't make it to the knock-out phase between 1980 and 1992 and it failed to qualify for the 1984 edition which took place in France. If we took EURO 96 out of the equation, England struggled to make any impression in the last twenty years. Recent losses include the failure to qualify for the 2008 championship. On the same note, there were other two occasions, in 2012 and 2004 when they lost to Italy and Portugal in quarter-finals that ended in shoot-out disappointments.

Memorable European Championship matches

21st June 2004: Croatia vs England 2-4, UEFA Euro 2004 group stage – Wayne Rooney marked two goals which helped England achieve a staggering victory.

18th June 1996: Netherlands vs England 1-4, EURO 96 group stage – Teddy Sheringham and Alan Shearer both scored twice.

11th November 1987: Yugoslavia vs England 1-4, 1988 UEFA European Championship qualifying stage – England marked four goals in 25 minutes in Belgrade and earned a surprising victory.

The Question

Will Wayne Rooney play? We're talking about the England national team's captain which broke the all-time goalscoring record in the qualification process and an all-time 51 goals to his name. He's old and he might be replaced with younger players.

Harry Kane did a great job in Premier League this year and netted in the friendlies against Turkey and Germany. On the same note, Jamie Vardy is one of the top-scorers and Rooney might be present on the field behind these two strikers. The thing is, Rooney will battle Raheem Sterling or Dele Alli for that spot.