England national football team records


England national football team records

This article lists various football records in relation to the England national football team. The page is updated where necessary after each England match, and is correct as of October 11 2008.

Appearances

; Most appearances : Peter Shilton, 125, November 25, 1970 - July 7, 1990; Other centurions : Bobby Moore, 108, May 20, 1962 - November 14 1973: David Beckham, 106, September 1 1996 - October 11 2008 [ David Beckham remains an active international, and this total may extend as a consequence. ] : Bobby Charlton, 106, April 19 1958 - June 14 1970: Billy Wright, 105, September 28 1946 - May 28 1959; Most consecutive appearances : Billy Wright, 70, October 3, 1951 - May 28, 1959; Most appearances as a substitute : Owen Hargreaves, 25, September 1 2001 - 6 February 2008 [ Owen Hargreaves remains an active England international, and this record may extend as a consequence. ] ; Most appearances as a substitute without ever starting a game : Ugo Ehiogu, 4, 23 May 1996 - 27 March 2002; Longest England career : Stanley Matthews, 22 years 228 days, September 29, 1934May 15, 1957; Shortest England career : Peter Ward, 6 minutes, May 31 1980 [ Peter Ward featured as a substitute in this game against Australia, introduced in the 85th minute. Ward was not recalled. ] : Stephen Warnock, 6 minutes, June 1 2008 [ Stephen Warnock featured in this game against Trinidad and Tobago, introduced in the 85th minute. He remains an active player and could lose this record as a consequence. ] ; Youngest player [ Theo Walcott made his England debut before he had made his debut for Arsenal, who had signed him four months earlier from Southampton but chosen to introduce him to the top-flight game on a gradual basis. ] : Theo Walcott, 17 years 75 days, May 30, 2006, vs. Hungary; Oldest player : Stanley Matthews, 42 years 103 days, May 15, 1957; Oldest debutant : Alexander Morten, 41 years, March 8, 1873, 4-2 vs. Scotland; Most appearances at the World Cup finals [ Peter Shilton played in every World Cup finals match of his career, and his record also stands as the most consecutive World Cup finals appearances. ] : Peter Shilton, 17, June 16 1982 - July 7 1990; Most appearances without ever playing at the World Cup finals [ Dave Watson won his 65th England cap in the penultimate warm-up game before the 1982 World Cup but was then left out of the final squad, and was not recalled afterwards. ] : Dave Watson, 65, April 3 1974June 2 1982; Appearances at three World Cup final tournaments [ David Seaman was in the squads at three World Cup tournaments, but only made appearances at the latter two. He was sent home from his first tournament with an injury before the competition began. Rio Ferdinand was in the squads at three World Cup tournaments, but only made appearances at the latter two. ] : Tom Finney, 1950, 1954 and 1958: Billy Wright, 1950, 1954 and 1958: Bobby Charlton, 1962, 1966 and 1970 [ Bobby Charlton was also in the squad for the 1958 World Cup but did not make an appearance.] : Bobby Moore, 1962, 1966 and 1970: Peter Shilton, 1982, 1986 and 1990: Bryan Robson, 1982, 1986 and 1990: Terry Butcher, 1982, 1986 and 1990: David Beckham, 1998, 2002 and 2006: Michael Owen, 1998, 2002 and 2006: Sol Campbell, 1998, 2002 and 2006; Most non-playing selections for the World Cup finals [ None of these players played in a World Cup finals match at any other tournament. However, all bar George Eastham all featured at some stage at the European Championship finals. Eastham's international career was over by the time England had qualified for their first tournament in 1968. ] : George Eastham, 2, 1962 and 1966: Viv Anderson, 2, 1982 and 1986: Chris Woods, 2, 1986 and 1990: Nigel Martyn, 2, 1998 and 2002: Martin Keown, 2, 1998 and 2002: David James, 2, 2002 and 2006; Oldest player to feature at the World Cup finals : Peter Shilton, 40 years, 292 days, July 7 1990; Oldest outfield player to feature at the World Cup finals [ This is significant as it is rare for an outfield player of such age to be selected for a World Cup finals squad. The closest any player has coming to matching Stanley Matthews' record of more than 50 years' standing is Teddy Sheringham, who was 36 when he appeared at the 2002 World Cup. ] : Stanley Matthews, 39 years, 145 days, June 26 1954; Youngest player to feature at the World Cup finals [ Theo Walcott was 17 years old when he was selected for the 2006 World Cup squad but did not get on to the pitch during the tournament. ] : Michael Owen, 18 years, 183 days, June 15 1998; First player to debut at the World Cup finals [ Laurie Hughes has an international record which is unlikely to be equalled - all of his England's games were at the World Cup finals. He was uncapped prior to the 1950 tournament, featured in all three group games and was not recalled after England's exit. ] : Laurie Hughes, 2-0 vs. Chile, June 25 1950; Last player to debut at the World Cup finals [ Allan Clarke also scored England's goal on his debut. ] : Allan Clarke, 1-0 vs. Czechoslovakia, June 7 1970; Most appearances at the European Championship finals [ Gary Neville has only missed one European Championship finals match during his career so far, due to suspension. ] : Gary Neville, 11, June 8 1996 - June 24 2004; Most consecutive appearances at the European Championship finals [ Stuart Pearce missed both the 1988 and 2000 European Championship finals through injury. Alan Shearer also played one match in the 1992 finals, but then missed the next one at the same tournament. ] : Stuart Pearce, 8, June 11 1992 - June 26 1996: Alan Shearer, 8, June 8 1996 - June 20 2000; Most appearances without ever playing at the European Championship finals [ Terry Butcher was an England player during the period when the team qualified for the 1980 and 1988 European Championship finals, but he was not selected for the 1980 squad and missed the 1988 finals with a broken leg. ] : Terry Butcher, 77, May 31 1980 - July 4 1990 [ Billy Wright made 105 appearances for England, but all prior to the founding of the European Championships. ] ; Appearances at three European Championship final tournaments [ Philip Neville was in the squads at three European Championship tournaments, but only made appearances at the latter two. He also has the unusual honour of featuring in three European Championship squads without ever being selected for a World Cup. ] : Tony Adams, 1988, 1996 and 2000 [ Tony Adams was denied a place in England's 1992 European Championship squad by UEFA after the ruling body said his call-up as a replacement for an injured player was too late. ] : Alan Shearer, 1992, 1996 and 2000: Gary Neville, 1996, 2000 and 2004: Sol Campbell, 1996, 2000 and 2004; Most non-playing selections for the European Championship finals [ After Stuart Pearce withdrew with injury, Tony Dorigo was selected very late as a back-up player for the 1988 squad when he had never played for England. It would take until the end of 1989 before he finally made his debut. ] : Tony Dorigo, 2, 1988 and 1992: Ian Walker, 2, 1996 and 2004; Oldest player to feature at the European Championship finals : Peter Shilton, 38 years, 271 days, June 15 1988; Oldest outfield player to feature at the European Championship finals : Stuart Pearce, 34 years, 63 days, June 26 1996; Youngest player to feature at the European Championship finals : Wayne Rooney, 18 years, 232 days, June 13 2004; First player to debut at the European Championship finals [ Tommy Wright's achievement has yet to be equalled. Only one player, Tony Dorigo in 1988, has since gone to a European Championship tournament without a cap to his name, but he was not selected to play. ] : Tommy Wright, 0-1 vs. Yugoslavia, June 8 1968; Most appearances on aggregate at the World Cup and European Championship finals [ Peter Shilton was not selected for three tournament games for which he was available - two at the 1980 European Championships, one at the 1988 European Championships, while David Beckham was not selected for just one tournament game for which he was available - at the 1998 World Cup. ] : Peter Shilton, 20, June 12 1980 - July 7 1990: David Beckham, 20, June 22 1998 - July 1 2006; Most appearances without ever playing at the World Cup finals or the European Championship finals : Emlyn Hughes, 62, November 5 1969 - May 24 1980 [ Emlyn Hughes was in the England squads at the 1970 World Cup and the 1980 European Championships, but did not make an appearance at either. ] ; Fewest appearances while still playing at the World Cup finals and European Championship finals : Tommy Wright, 11, June 8 1968 - June 7 1970 [ Tommy Wright made his England debut in the third-place play-off match at the 1968 European Championships and won his last cap at the 1970 World Cup. ] ; Most appearances without ever being in a World Cup or European Championship finals squad : Mick Channon, 46, October 11 1972 - September 7 1977 [ England did not qualify for the final stages of three tournaments during Mick Channon's five-year international career. ] ; Most consecutive years of appearances : David Seaman, 15, 1988 to 2002 inclusive [ David Seaman's record is based on his winning at least one cap in each of the years stated. Peter Shilton played for England between 1970 and 1990, but was not selected for any games in 1976, leaving him with a record of 14 consecutive years of playing at least one match, one below Seaman's. Stanley Matthews spent 23 years as an England player but played no games during the World War II years of 1939 to 1945 inclusive. ] ; Longest wait between appearances : Ian Callaghan, 11 years 49 days, 20 July, 1966, 2-0 vs. France - 7 September 1977, 0-0 vs. Switzerland; Most tournaments appeared in consecutively: Sol Campbell, 6, 1996 European Championships - 2006 World Cup; Appearances in three separate decades: Sam Hardy, 1900s, 1910s, 1920s: Jesse Pennington, 1900s, 1910s, 1920s: Stanley Matthews, 1930s, 1940s, 1950s: Bobby Charlton, 1950s, 1960s, 1970s: Emlyn Hughes, 1960s, 1970s, 1980s: Peter Shilton, 1970s, 1980s, 1990s: Tony Adams, 1980s, 1990s, 2000s: David Seaman, 1980s, 1990s, 2000s; ; First player to make tournament appearances in three separate decades: Tony Adams, 1988 European Championships; 1996 European Championships and 1998 World Cup; 2000 European Championships [ Tony Adams holds this record exclusively. ] ; Most appearances on aggregate by a set of brothers : Gary and Philip Neville, 144, 1995 - 2007 [ Gary Neville has made 85 and Philip Neville 59 of their collective 144 appearances. Both remain active internationals and they may extend this record as a consequence. ] ; Most appearances in the same team by a set of brothers : Gary and Philip Neville, 31, May 23 1996 - February 7 2007 [ Gary and Philip Neville remain active England internationals, and this record may extend as a consequence. ] ; Most consecutive appearances by an unchanged team [ The eleven players in question were Gordon Banks, George Cohen, Ray Wilson, Nobby Stiles, Jack Charlton, Bobby Moore, Alan Ball, Geoff Hurst, Bobby Charlton, Roger Hunt and Martin Peters. The sequence was broken in 1967 when Jimmy Greaves was recalled in place of Hunt, and subsequently the eleven players never again played together for England. During this unbroken sequence of unchanged sides, England won the World Cup. ] : 6, July 23 1966 - November 16 1966; First appearance by a player who had never played for an English club : Joe Baker, of Hibernian, November 18 1959 [ Only Owen Hargreaves has since matched this achievement. Baker eventually played for an English club only after his international career had begun. Hargreaves also did so in the autumn of 2007 following his transfer to Manchester United. ] ; First player to debut as a substitute : Norman Hunter, vs. Spain, December 8 1965; Last appearance by a player from outside the top division of a country : David Nugent, vs. Andorra, 26 March 2007 [ David Nugent was playing for Preston North End in the second tier of English football at the time of this appearance. ] ; Most appearances per English club [ Only English clubs which remain in existence to this day have been included. Numerous now-defunct or franchised clubs have also provided England international players. ] :

Goals

; First goal : William Kenyon-Slaney, March 8, 1873, 4-2 vs. Scotland [http://www.englandfootballonline.com/Seas1872-00/1872-73/M0002Sco1873.html] ; Most goals : Bobby Charlton, 49, April 19, 1958 - May 21, 1970; Most goals in competitive matches [ Michael Owen's first goal in competitive football for England was against Romania at the 1998 World Cup, and his 26th came in a qualifier for the 2008 European Championships against Russia. For the 12 months prior to his 23rd goal, Owen shared this record with Gary Lineker. ] : Michael Owen, 26, (World Cup, European Championship and qualifiers), June 22 1998 - September 12 2007; Most goals in a match : Howard Vaughton, Steve Bloomer, Willie Hall and Malcolm Macdonald, all 5; Four goals in a match : Steve Bloomer, Vivian Woodward, Tommy Lawton, Jimmy Greaves and Gary Lineker, twice each; Three goals in a match : Jimmy Greaves, six times; Youngest player to score hat-trick : Theo Walcott September 10 2008, 4-1 vs Croatia; Scoring in most consecutive matches : Tinsley Lindley, 6, February 5, 1887 - April 7, 1888; Jimmy Windridge, 6, March 16 1908 - June 13 1908; Most goals on debut : Stan Mortensen, 4, May 25 1947, 10-0 vs. Portugal; Most goals in a single World Cup tournament : Gary Lineker, 6, 1986 World Cup; Most goals in total at World Cup tournaments : Gary Lineker, 10, June 11 1986 - July 4 1990; Most goals in a single World Cup qualifying campaign : Tommy Taylor, 8, 1958 World Cup qualifying, 1956-57; Most goals in a single World Cup finals match [ Gary Lineker's hat-trick came in regulation time, whereas two of Geoff Hurst's trio came in a 30-minute period of extra-time. Lineker therefore is the only player to score a World Cup finals hat-trick during a regular 90 minute period. ] : Geoff Hurst, 3, July 30 1966, 4-2 vs. West Germany: Gary Lineker, 3, June 11 1986, 3-0 vs. Poland; Most goals in a single World Cup qualifying match : Jack Rowley, 4, October 15 1949, 9-2 vs. Northern Ireland: David Platt, 4, February 17 1993, 6-0 vs. San Marino: Ian Wright, 4, November 17 1993, 7-1 vs. San Marino; First goal in a World Cup finals match : Stan Mortensen, June 25, 1950, 2-0 vs. Chile; First goal in a World Cup qualifying campaign : Stan Mortensen, October 15 1949, 4-1 vs. Wales; Oldest goalscorer at the World Cup finals : Tom Finney, 36 years, 64 days, June 8 1958; Youngest goalscorer at the World Cup finals : Michael Owen, 18 years, 190 days, June 22 1998; Most goals in a single European Championship tournament : Alan Shearer, 5, 1996 European Championship; Most goals in total at European Championship tournaments : Alan Shearer, 7, June 8 1996 - June 20 2000; Most goals in a single European Championship qualifying campaign : Kevin Keegan, 7, 1980 European Championship qualifying, 1978-80; Most goals in a single European Championship finals match : Alan Shearer, 2, June 18 1996, 4-1 vs. Netherlands: Teddy Sheringham, 2, 18 June 1996, 4-1 vs. Netherlands: Wayne Rooney, 2, June 17 2004, 3-0 vs. Switzerland: Wayne Rooney, 2, June 21 2004, 4-2 vs. Croatia; Most goals in a single European Championship qualifying match : Malcolm Macdonald, 5, April 16 1975, 5-0 vs. Cyprus; First goal in a European Championship finals match : Bobby Charlton, June 8 1968, 2-0 vs. USSR; First goal in a European Championship qualifying campaign : Ron Flowers, October 3 1962, 1-1 vs. France; Oldest goalscorer at the European Championship finals : Trevor Brooking, 31 years, 260 days, June 18 1980; Youngest goalscorer at the European Championship finals : Wayne Rooney, 18 years, 236 days, June 17 2004; Most goals in a single calendar year: Peter Crouch, 11, 2006; Most goals scored from penalties [ Of these two players, only Ron Flowers never missed a penalty in his England career, whereas Alan Shearer missed one. Shearer's successful kicks in penalty shoot-outs do not count. ] : Ron Flowers and Alan Shearer, 6; Most goals in penalty shoot-outs [ Goals scored in penalty shoot-outs do not count on a player's overall scoring tally. ] : David Platt and Alan Shearer, 3; Most goals scored by a defender : Jack Charlton, 6, April 10 1965 - December 10 1969; Oldest goalscorer : Stanley Matthews, 41 years, 248 days, October 6 1956; Youngest goalscorer : Wayne Rooney, 17 years, 317 days, September 6 2003; First goal by a substitute : Jimmy Mullen, May 18 1950, 4-1 vs. Belgium; Fastest goal from kickoff : Tommy Lawton, 17 seconds, May 25, 1947, 10-0 vs. Portugal; Fastest goal at Wembley : Bryan Robson, 38 seconds, December 13 1989, 2-1 vs. Yugoslavia; Fastest goal at the World Cup finals : Bryan Robson, 27 seconds, June 16 1982, 3-1 vs. France [ Bryan Robson's goal was also the fastest in the history of the World Cup finals until it was beaten by Hakan Şükür of Turkey in 2002. ] ; Fastest goal at the European Championship finals : Michael Owen, 2 minutes 24 seconds, June 24, 2004, 2-2 vs. Portugal [ This game ended in defeat for England after a penalty shoot-out. ] ; Fastest goal by a substitute : Teddy Sheringham, 15 seconds, October 6, 2001, 2-2 vs. Greece, 2002 World Cup qualifier; Most appearances for an outfield player without ever scoring : Gary Neville, 85, June 3 1995 - February 7 2007 [ Gary Neville remains an active England international, and this record may extend or change as a consequence. He has scored two own goals for England, but such goals do not go on a player's record. ] ; Most different goalscorers in one match [ The goalscorers were Luther Blissett, Tony Woodcock, Steve Coppell, Glenn Hoddle, Mark Chamberlain, Phil Neal and a Luxembourg player who scored an own goal. ] : 7, December 15 1982, 9-0 vs. Luxembourg; Goals in three separate decades: Stanley Matthews, Bobby Charlton; First player to score at three World Cup tournaments [ David Beckham holds this record exclusively. ] : David Beckham, v Colombia, 1998 World Cup; v Argentina, 2002 World Cup; v Ecuador, 2006 World Cup; Most consecutive goalscoring tournaments: Michael Owen, 4, v Romania and Argentina, 1998 World Cup; v Romania, 2000 European Championships; v Denmark and Brazil, 2002 World Cup; v Portugal, 2004 European Championships; Last England goalscorer at the old Wembley : Tony Adams, May 31 2000, 2-0 vs Ukraine [ Dietmar Hamann was the last player to score at the old Wembley when Germany defeated England 1-0 later in 2000. ] ; First England goalscorer at the new Wembley : John Terry, June 1, 2007, 1-1 vs Brazil

Captains

; First captain : Cuthbert Ottaway, November 30, 1872, 0-0 vs. Scotland; Most appearances as captain : Billy Wright and Bobby Moore, both 90; Youngest captain : Bobby Moore, 22 years 47 days, May 29, 1963, 4-2 vs. Czechoslovakia

Red cards

; Most red cards : David Beckham, 2

; List of all England players sent off
* Alan Mullery, 5 June 1968 vs. Yugoslavia in Florence, 1968 European Championship [ Alan Mullery was the first England player to be sent off, and also the first and remains the only player to be sent off in the European Championship finals. ]
* Alan Ball, 6 June 1973 vs. Poland in Chorzow, 1974 World Cup qualifier
* Trevor Cherry, 12 June 1977 vs. Argentina in Buenos Aires, friendly [ Trevor Cherry was the first and remains the only player to be sent off in a friendly international. ]
* Ray Wilkins, 6 June 1986 vs Morocco in Monterrey, 1986 World Cup [ Ray Wilkins was the first player to be sent off in the World Cup finals. ]
* David Beckham, 30 June 1998 vs. Argentina in Saint-Etienne, 1998 World Cup
* Paul Ince, 5 September 1998 vs. Sweden in Stockholm, 2000 European Championship qualifier [ Paul Ince's red card meant that players had been sent off in two consecutive England internationals for the first time. ]
* Paul Scholes, 5 June 1999 vs. Sweden in London, 2000 European Championship qualifier [ Paul Scholes was the first and only England player to be sent off at the original Wembley Stadium. ]
* David Batty, 8 September 1999 vs. Poland in Warsaw, 2000 European Championship qualifier
* Alan Smith, 16 October 2002 vs. Macedonia in Southampton, 2004 European Championship qualifier
* David Beckham, 8 October 2005 vs. Austria in Manchester, 2006 World Cup qualifier [ With this red card, David Beckham became the first player to be sent off twice while playing for England. ]
* Wayne Rooney, 1 July 2006 vs. Portugal in Gelsenkirchen, 2006 World Cup

Miscellaneous

; First substitute : Jimmy Mullen (for Jackie Milburn), May 18, 1950, 4-1 vs. Belgium; Players appearing both before and after World War II : Raich Carter, Tommy Lawton, Stanley Matthews; Club providing the most England internationals in total [ Arthur Brown was Aston Villa's first England player in 1882, and the 66th was Ashley Young in 2007. No fewer than 21 of Villa's 66 England internationals played just once for the national team during their time at the club. In these statistical records, the debut of Scott Carson in 2007 also goes on to the record of Aston Villa players who have turned out for England, despite being on loan from Liverpool at the time, and he therefore counts as an Aston Villa player, especially as if he had remained at Liverpool, he would not have been selected for England by this stage. ] : Aston Villa, 66 (as of October 11 2008); Non-English club providing the most England internationals in total [ The players in question were Terry Butcher, Chris Woods, Gary Stevens, Trevor Steven, Mark Walters, Mark Hateley and Paul Gascoigne. Butcher was Glasgow Rangers' first England player in 1986, and the seventh was Gascoigne in 1995. No player from Glasgow Rangers has been called up to an England squad since Gascoigne's departure in 1997. ] : Glasgow Rangers, 7 (as of June 1 2008); Club providing the most players in a single match : Starting XI - Arsenal, 7, November 14 1934 vs Italy [ The players in question were Frank Moss, George Male, Eddie Hapgood, Wilf Copping, Ray Bowden, Ted Drake and Cliff Bastin] : Including substitutes - Manchester United, 7, March 28 2001 vs Albania [ Five Manchester United players started: Gary Neville, David Beckham, Nicky Butt, Paul Scholes and Andrew Cole. Wes Brown (29 min) and Teddy Sheringham (84 minutes) came on as substitutes.] ; Most appearances on aggregate from one club's players [ Manchester United's total remains approximately 100 ahead of second-placed Liverpool as England games continue, although they have used two fewer players. This can be attributed to the 106 caps won by Bobby Charlton and the 85 attained so far by Gary Neville, whereas no single Liverpool player has won a similar number of caps. Charlie Roberts made the first England appearance by a Manchester United player in 1905, and the 992nd was made by Wayne Rooney on October 11 2008. ] : Manchester United, 992 (as of October 11 2008); Most goals on aggregate from one club's players [ Tottenham Hotspur's total is only a handful of goals ahead of second-placed Manchester United as England games continue. Two of England's three most prolific goalscorers, Jimmy Greaves and Gary Lineker, scored a sizeable number of their England goals while Tottenham players. Vivian Woodward scored the first England goal by a Tottenham Hotspur player in 1903, and the 172nd was scored by Jermaine Jenas on February 6 2008. ] : Tottenham Hotspur, 172 (as of October 11 2008); Last amateur to appear : Bernard Joy, May 9, 1936, 2-3 vs. Belgium; First defeat to a non-British team on home soil: 0-2 vs. Republic of Ireland, 21 September 1949; Most consecutive clean sheets : Gordon Banks, 7, 26 June 1966 - 23 July 1966; Most penalty saves : Ron Springett, 2, from Jimmy McIlroy of Northern Ireland, November 18 1959 and from Oscar Montalvo of Peru, May 20 1962 ; Most penalty saves in shoot outs : David Seaman, 2, from Miguel Angel Nadal of Spain, June 22 1996 and from Hernán Crespo of Argentina, June 30 1998; Most penalty misses [ Of these three players, only David Beckham missed his kicks in competitive internationals - a European Championship qualifier and a group match at a European Championship finals. Roger Byrne and Francis Lee's kicks were not in tournament or qualifying matches. This statistic does not include misses in penalty shoot-outs, as they do not go on a player's overall record. For that, Beckham has also missed a kick in a shoot-out, though no player has ever missed in more than one shoot-out. In total, England have missed ten shoot-out penalties, taken by ten different players. ] : Roger Byrne, Francis Lee and David Beckham, all 2; Shortest player : Fanny Walden, 5 ft. 2ins., April 4 1914, vs. Scotland; Tallest player : Peter Crouch, 6ft. 7ins., May 31, 2005, vs. Colombia; Heaviest player : probably Bill 'Fatty' Foulke, probably between 15 and 21 stone, March 29, 1897, 4-0 vs. Wales; Longest-lived player : Dick Pym, 95 years 238 days, 2 February 1893 - 16 September 1988 [ Dick Pym, a goalkeeper, played in three England internationals from 1925 to 1926. ] ; Father and son both capped : George Eastham, Sr., (1 cap, 1935) and George Eastham (19 caps, 1963-66):Brian Clough (2 caps, 1959) and Nigel Clough (14 caps, 1989-93):Frank Lampard, Sr. (2 caps, 1973-80) and Frank Lampard (64 caps, 1999- ); Most clubs represented by one player in an England career: Peter Shilton, 5, Leicester City, Stoke City, Nottingham Forest, Southampton and Derby County, 25 November 1970 - 7 July 1990: Dave Watson, 5, Sunderland, Manchester City, Werder Bremen, Southampton and Stoke City, April 3 1974 - June 2 1982: David Platt, 5, Aston Villa, Bari, Juventus, Sampdoria and Arsenal, November 15 1989 - June 26 1996: David James, 5, Liverpool, Aston Villa, West Ham United, Manchester City and Portsmouth, March 29 1997 - February 6 2008; England players who later became manager/head coach : Alf Ramsey, 32 appearances as a player, 1948 - 1953, 113 matches as manager, 1963 - 1974: Joe Mercer, 5 appearances as a player, 1938 - 1939, 7 matches as manager, 1974 [ Joe Mercer was appointed on a temporary basis between the dismissal of Alf Ramsey and the appointment of Don Revie. ] : Don Revie, 6 appearances as a player, 1954 - 1956, 29 matches as manager, 1974 - 1977: Bobby Robson, 20 appearances as a player, 1957 - 1962, 95 matches as manager, 1982 - 1990: Terry Venables, 2 appearances as a player, 1964, 23 matches as head coach, 1994 - 1996: Glenn Hoddle, 53 appearances as a player, 1979 - 1988, 28 matches as manager, 1996 - 1999: Kevin Keegan, 63 appearances as a player, 1972 - 1982, 18 matches as manager, 1999 - 2000: Peter Taylor, 4 appearances as a player, 1976, 1 match as manager, 2000 [ Peter Taylor was appointed on a temporary basis between the resignation of Kevin Keegan and the appointment of Sven-Göran Eriksson. ]

Notes

External links/References

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