Who are the most capped England players ever?

England have given full senior international caps to a grand total of 1,263 men’s players throughout the course of history since the first-ever officially recognised game against Scotland in 1872 – over 1,000 fixtures ago. Most recently, Patrick Bamford earned his first cap against Andorra in a World Cup qualifier,

Potential punishments Hungary could face after aiming racist abuse at England

Hungary fans could be hit with a potential stadium ban following racist abuse aimed at England's players. The Three Lions won 4-0 in their World Cup qualifying clash though the victory was marred by alleged monkey chants from home supporters. England players were also booed when taking the knee ahead

FIFA break silence on Hungary racism vs England with “adequate actions” promised

Don’t wait around for updates – sign up for our daily football email newsletter today! FIFA insist they will be taking "adequate actions" over allegations of racist abuse during England's 4-0 win over Hungary. The Three Lions picked up a comfortable World Cup qualifying victory in Budapest on Thursday night,

England World Cup 2022 squad: Who would be going, who’s in contention and who could miss out?

England’s World Cup 2022 qualifying campaign resumes this September Are you over it yet? England’s penalty shoot-out defeat to Italy in the Euro 2020 final was only seven weeks ago but it is already time to resume the World Cup 2022 qualifying campaign. The tournament itself, to be held in

Ugly Wembley fallout leaves questions to answer for police, Uefa and the FA

Maybe it was the sight of a fan in a wheelchair having his lanyard ripped off. Maybe it was the sound of outright racist and xenophobic abuse, that are usually the cause for immediate removal from any English stadium. Maybe it was the poor young steward punched at Wembley Way.

Gareth Southgate fails to ‘smell the game’ as England come up short

As the England players sat barely speaking in the dressing room, Gareth Southgate naturally said all the right words. It’s just that, whisper it, that might point to part of the problem. He was later asked about what went wrong, and particularly the penalties. “It’s going to be heartbreaking for

Thank you Gareth Southgate, for this happy, beautiful accident

It is the early autumn of 2016. Several middle-aged men are sitting around a table in a dimly lit dining room at a Mayfair hotel, when one brings up third-party ownership regulations in football and how one might go about circumventing them, if one was so inclined. There’s a pause

Fan violence the only thing that disgraces England in Euro 2020 final defeat

There was a 55-year wait – knitted by anguish, self-doubt, embarrassment and self-destruction – for this very moment. Its arrival was delivered by a thoroughly lovely man and a thoroughly lovely team, who felt separate from the multitudes of ills stemming from the nation they represent. Gareth Southgate’s England, a