England playing at Wembley


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England national team Information

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Governing Body: The Football Association (FA).
Founded: 26th October 1863
Official Website: https://www.thefa.com/

National teams official website: https://www.englandfootball.com/
National Stadium: Wembley
Colours: White shirts, navy shorts, white socks.
First match: England 1-1 Scotland (The Oval, 5th March 1870).
First FIFA recognised international match: Scotland 0-0 England (Hamilton Crescent, 30th November 1872).


The palmarès (honours list) showing the major trophies that the England national football teams have won:
FIFA World Cup: 1966
FIFA U-20 World Cup: 2017
FIFA U-17 World Cup: 2017
UEFA European Women’s Championship: 2022
Women’s Finalissima: 2023
UEFA European U-21 Championship: 1982, 1984, 2023
UEFA European U-19 Championship: 1948, 1963, 1964, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1975, 1980, 1993, 2017, 2022
UEFA European U-17 Championship: 2010, 2014
UEFA Women’s U-19 Championship: 2009

Useful Links

A collection of links providing further information on the England national football teams:
Senior Men’s Team: Wikipedia | Transfermarkt | Soccerway | Livescore | Official Site
Senior Women’s Team: Wikipedia | Soccerway | Livescore | Official Site
Men’s U21 Team: Wikipedia | Transfermarkt | Soccerway | Livescore
Men’s U20 Team: Wikipedia | Transfermarkt | Soccerway | Livescore
Men’s U19 Team: Wikipedia | Transfermarkt | Soccerway | Livescore
Men’s U18 Team: Wikipedia | Transfermarkt | Soccerway | Livescore
Men’s U17 Team: Wikipedia | Transfermarkt | Soccerway | Livescore
Women’s U23 Team: Wikipedia | Soccerway
Women’s U19 Team: Wikipedia | Soccerway | Livescore
Women’s U17 Team: Wikipedia | Soccerway | Livescore

Wembley Stadium

England’s national stadium is Wembley Stadium in north London. Originally opened in 1923, it was famous for its iconic twin towers and was the venue for the greatest moment in the history of English football, the 4-2 victory over West Germany in the 1966 FIFA World Cup final. The old stadium closed in October 2000 and was demolished to make way for a more modern replacement on the same site. The new Wembley opened in 2007 and has a distinctive arch rising high above the roof that can be illuminated at night. The new stadium capacity is 90,000. The England Women’s team’s finest moment came at the new Wembley when they beat Germany 2-1 to win the UEFA Women’s Euro 2022 tournament.