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Bobby Moore -
Immaculate footballer. Imperial defender. Immortal hero of 1966. First Englishman to raise the World Cup aloft. Favourite son of London's East End. Finest legend of West Ham United. National treasure. Master of Wembley. Lord of the game. Captain extraordinary. Gentleman for all time.
- tribute on Bobby's Wembley statue

Ugo Ehiogu - All at EFO send our condolences to his family contact us

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Coming up in June:
World Cup qualifier against Scotland in Glasgow
a Friendly against France in Paris.

(England's 200th away friendly match
& QEII's 700th)

We are currently working on the biographies of the individual players and have found huge discrepancies... these will be posted in due course...
So far we have found the correct following players:- Jack Alderson, Charlie Athersmith, Sam Austin, Billy Balmer, Percy Barton, Johnny Berry, Fred Blackburn, Tommy Boyle, Teddy Brayshaw, William Brindle, Jack Carr, Horace Colclough, the Jack Cox's, Albert Fletcher, Alf Harvey, Jack Hillman, Harry Lilley, Harry Linacre, Alf Milton, George Molyneux, Albert Read, Bob Roberts, John Sands and Bernard Wilkinson. These are contrary to the popular media sites and publications.
We are confident in our findings and will continue to find the True Story of the National Football Team...
Please feel free to contribute...
What's New:- Updates:-
The 2017 new away kit
Fred Spiksley book review - feature article
The England Amateurs: The concise history
The 2016 new home kit & The 2016 away kit
First 500 Players biographies complete
1939 register
added to the biographies
Albert Read ~ Alf Harvey ~ William Brindle

World Cup 2018 Preliminary Competition
Pre-WW1 Player Biographies Complete
England Football Online's own World Rankings
All testimonial, club & forces matches
Qualification history
England (at all levels) in all competition
Euro Championship Goalscorers

England vs. FIFA #1 Rankings & World Champions
England vs. European Champions
On this day: 23 April
England in
FIFA Ranking (14th)
Fred Spiksley's second hat-trick
All 297 unofficial matches
The FA Cup & England
The League Cup & England
Every single shirt - 1872-2017
The Champions & England
Under-19 Results with line-ups
Under-20 Results
with line-ups
Under-21 Results with line-ups
Uncapped Players
The 118 Captains
118 captains in the 966 matches
All The Captains
117 captains in the 966 matches
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please bear with us as we continue to assemble the England national side's story and record.

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- England Football Online