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Nicknames: Three Lions
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England statistics this season

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England are a Euro 2016 side currently positioned 2nd in the table of the 2015/2016 season. Last Season they finished 1st in the European Championship Finals.

Their last game was a 1 - 2 Loss against Iceland (Home).

England's biggest win so far this season was 2-1 against Wales. Against Wales they achieved their highest Performance Score of 229 this season.

Goal Scorer: Dier (1 Goals)
Top Assists: Alli (1 Assists)
Highest Pass Accuracy: Smalling (92% Pass Accuracy with 184 Comp. Passes)
Highest Shot Accuracy: Vardy (50% Shot Accuracy with a Total 5 Shots)
Most Completed Passes: Dier (238 Completed Passes with an 89% Pass Accuracy)
Most Chances Created: Rooney (10 Chances Created: 0 Assists and 10 Key Passes)
Most Cards: Gary Cahill (1 Yellow Cards and 0 Red Cards)

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Past Honours

European Championships: Semi-Finals (1): 1968; 1996 | Quarter-Finals (1): 2004

World Cup: Champions (1): 1966 |Semi-Finals (1): 1990 | Quarter-Finals (6): 1954, 1962, 1970, 1986, 2002, 2006

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About England

Nicknames Three Lions
Founded 1863
Stadium Wembley Stadium
Capacity 90,000

Club Description

For England, major championships have rarely been a happy place given the talent at their disposal and their footballing pedigree. Third place on home soil in 1996 is the best they have ever managed in the Euros and bar the infamous 1966 World Cup victory, they have not been past the semi-finals of a major championship.

After the qualification disaster of 2008, England have been more solid in approaching major tournaments; previous coach Fabio Capello overseeing the World Cup 2010 and Euro 2012 campaigns with poise and a minimum of fuss. Due to his recent deposal as manager, however, England find themselves without a figurehead and without direction a mere four months before the beginning of this summer’s Championships. 

Whoever does take over has a huge task at hand; England expects nothing less than a semi-final berth and given the recent “flat” performances, there are calls to include more young talent in a team carrying underperforming experienced players. 

Despite all of these issues, it is worth remembering that England possess many world class players in Wayne Rooney, Steven Gerrard, John Terry, Ashley Cole and Joe Hart and having qualified with such ease, there is the feeling this team have many extra gears that can be coaxed out of them.