June 4, 2010

2010 FIFA World Cup: England, 23-man roster.

Filed under: England National Team,FIFA World Cup, 2010 — admin @ 5:05 pm


The 23-man roster of the England squad, for the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa, is shown on the map and accompanying chart. Birthplaces/hometowns of the players are listed; as well as most of each players’ youth clubs; all of each players’ pro clubs (including the Level the club was in when the player played for them); each players’ current pro club, and that club’s logo; and each players’ international appearances (aka caps), and international goals scored.
Photos of the entire 23-man squad are shown at the lower left. International appearances (aka caps) and international goals are listed in the chart section and are up to date as of 27th June, 2010.
From The, on Wednesday, 2 June, by Mike Adamson, “Fabio Capello has picked England’s oldest World Cup squad ever”.
[Note: after Rio Ferdinand's injury and departure from the English squad, and Michael Dawson's emergency addition, this is still the oldest-ever England squad, by a hair...2010 England squad average age is now 28.478 years old, while the 1954 England squad's average age was 28.409 years old (Dawson is 5 years younger than Ferdinand)].
After England’s 4-1 loss to Germany and their exit from the 2010 World Cup…From Irish, Tuesday, June 29, 2010, by Tom Humphries, ‘Fewer chances for young talent in a culture of fear
Thanks to the contributors to the pages at
England national football team.
Thanks to UK, for the photos of the England home and away jerseys.
Thanks to, for the England base map.

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