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England Footballers for 2017 Under-21 Euros

Here is a group of 40 footballers who are eligible for England Under 21’s for the 2017 UEFA European Under-21 Championship. Players born on or after 1st January 2014 are eligible for the tournament. 193 more words


50 1994 born English Footballers

50 English 1994 born players

GK – Jordan Pickford, Jonny Sutherland, Mason Springthorpe, Bradley Watkins, Tyrell Belford

Def – Eric Dier, Tyler Blackett, Adam Jackson, Jack Stephens, Jack O’Connell, Daniel Potts, Jordan Cousins, John Stones, Brad Smith, Remie Streete, Kieran Fenton, Greg Leigh, Tyias Browning, Matthew Pennington, Jordan Turnbull, James Husband, Shay Facey, Andre Bennett… 245 more words


European Under 21 Championship Preview: England v Italy

England’s opening encounter has the potential to be one of the most thrilling ties of the competition and is undoubtedly the fiercest match-up in Group A. 562 more words


Zaha Should Be Fit For Opening Game Says Pearce

Stuart Pearce believes Wilfried Zaha should be fit for England Under 21’s opening encounter against Italy tomorrow in the European Championship.

Zaha’s last competitive game of the season was against Watford in last Monday’s Championship Play Off Final, in which his contribution was outstanding in securing the Eagles Premier League status. 187 more words


Pearce Names England Under 21 Squad For European Championship

Stuart Pearce has named his 23-man squad that will fly for Israel for the European Under 21 Championship.

The Young Lions will play their first fixture against Italy on 5th June before facing Norway and Israel in the other group matches. 275 more words


Estonia Matchday One: Chalobah Saves England

After going a goal behind against Croatia in their opening game of this year’s European Under 19 Championship, England hit back immediately through Chelsea youngster Nathaniel Chalobah to spare a draw. 206 more words


Match Report: England Under 19s 2-1 Czech Republic Under 19s

Harry Kane and Pat Bamford grabbed the goals at Leyton Orient’s Matchroom Stadium in order to give England a win against the Czech Republic before they turn their attentions to European Championship Qualifying that starts in May. 266 more words