England national football team
England, formerly known as the British Region, is a country that is part of the United Kingdom. It shares a land border with Scotland to the north. and Wales in the west Northwestern Irish Sea Southwestern Celtic Sea east north sea and the English Channel between England and mainland Europe. Much of the British area is located in the central and southern parts of Great Britain in the North Atlantic Ocean. The UK also includes more than 100 smaller islands, such as the Isles of Scilly and Isle of White.
Much of England's landscape consists of low hills and plains, particularly in central and southern England. However, the north and southwest are high. Winchester was the former capital of England until it was converted to London in 1609. Today, London is the largest metropolitan area in the UK and the largest metropolitan area in the European Union by most criteria. The UK population is approximately 51 million, or 84% of the UK population. and most of them are concentrated in London. Southeast and urban areas extend in the Midlands. Northwest and Yorkshire It developed into an important industrial area during the 19th century.
The Kingdom of England, which after 1827 included Wales. It was a sovereign state until May 1, 1707, when the Union Act came into force on the terms agreed in the Union Treaty the year before. This resulted in political integration with the Kingdom of Scotland. and establishing the Kingdom of Great Britain 1801 Great Britain merges with the Kingdom of Ireland. Through another Union Act became the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, 1922. The Free State of Ireland was established as a separate kingdom, but the Royal and Parliamentary Titles Act 1927 re-merged Northern Ireland with the United Kingdom. and formally established the present United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
England national football team Football team representing England for international football matches. in the World Cup and the European Football Championship The England national team is one of the few teams that do not qualify for the Olympic Games. Due to political reasons that England is not considered a country.
England is considered one of the oldest nations in football history. The national team was formed together with the English Football Association or FA and simultaneously with Scotland on 5 March 1870. Then on 30 November 1872, Scotland's national team representatives organized a match against England. at Hamilton Crescent It is the first international competition. because both teams were selected And are operated separately, independently, not working in the same association, then over the next 40 years, England will organize a special match. The "British Home Championship" is an international 'British Home Championship' in the United Kingdom, England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland.
First of all England do not have a permanent home stadium. England became a member of the International Football Federation (FIFA) in 1906 and played internationally with other countries. In addition to the British Home Championship for the first time in the Central European Championship in 1908, then in 1923 Wembley Stadium was opened. which is the home stadium of England until now However, England had problems with FIFA and withdrew in 1928 before rejoining in 1946, preventing them from playing at the World Cup until 1950 when England lost to the United States. –1 It was one of the most humiliating defeats in British history.
until now England have won all the World Cups once, the 1966 World Cup hosted by England. and never won the European Football Championship His best performance was 3rd place at the 1968 European Football Championship.
Number of people who qualified for the World Cup
The World Cup has qualified 15 times.
World Cup results
1950 - Finalist
1954 - Qualified for the quarterfinals
1958 - Finalist
1962 - Qualified for the quarter-finals
1966 - Winner
1970 - Qualified for the last 8 teams
1982 - Qualified for the last 16
1986 - Qualified for the quarterfinals
1990 - Reached the finals, 4th place
1998 - Qualified for the last 16
2002 - Qualified for the last 8 teams
2006 - Qualified for the last 8 teams
2010 - Qualified for the last 16
2014 - Finalist
2018 - Finalist of 32 teams