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Season 2010-11
x Stuart Pearce
Friendly match
280  10 August 2010 - England 2 Uzbekistan 0 [0-0]
Ashton Gate Stadium, Bristol
(9,821)
Rose, Kelly HW
England: F.Fielding (Alex McCarthy), Kyle Walker, Danny Rose, M.Mancienne, Jack Rodwellᶜ (H.Lansbury), Chris Smalling, Phil Jones (Martin Kelly), Tom Cleverley, Jordan Henderson (Jack Cork), Daniel Sturridge (M.Albrighton), V.Moses (Danny Welbeck).
Ryan Bertrand and Fabrice Muamba were also in the squad. Andy Carroll withdrew with a back injury. Lansbury was a late addition. Fielding was called up into the full England squad after the game and was an unused substitute against Hungary at Wembley on the following night. Victor Moses went on to make 38 full international appearances for Nigeria.
UEFA Under-21 Championship 2011 preliminary matches
281 group nine
 3 September 2010 - Portugal 0 England 1 [0-1]
Estádio Cidade, Barcelos
(6,821)
Sturridge AW
England: F.Fielding, Kyle Walker, Ryan Bertrand, Danny Rose, M.Mancienneᶜ (F.Muamba), Chris Smalling, Phil Jones, Tom Cleverley, Jordan Henderson, Danny Welbeck (Jack Cork), Daniel Sturridge (N.Delfouneso). Unused subs: J.Steele, Martin Kelly, M.Albrighton, Jack Wilshere.
Andy Carroll, Henri Lansbury, Victor Moses, Micah Richards and Jack Rodwell withdrew from the squad for the two September fixtures with injuries. Smithies was released to play for Huddersfield Town in a League One match on the following day, but he joined up with the squad afterwards for the game with Lithuania. Scott Loach was called up into the full England squad for matches against Bulgaria and in Switzerland on the same nights as the Under-21s' games, but he did not appear on the bench for either of the qualifiers. Steele came in as a replacement.
282  7 September 2010 - England 3 Lithuania 0 [0-0]
Weston Homes Community Stadium, Colchester
(7,240)
Welbeck (2), Albrighton HW
England: F.Fielding, Kyle Walker (Jack Wilshere), Ryan Bertrand, Danny Rose, M.Mancienneᶜ, Chris Smalling, Phil Jones, Tom Cleverley (M.Albrighton), Jordan Henderson, Danny Welbeck, Daniel Sturridge (Jack Cork). Unused subs: A.Smithies, Martin Kelly, F.Muamba, N.Delfouneso.
283 play-off matches
 8 October 2010 - England 2 Romania 1 [0-0]
Carrow Road Stadium, Norwich
(25,749)
Henderson, Smalling
Hora
HW
England: F.Fielding, Ryan Bertrand, Danny Rose, F.Muamba, Chris Smalling, Phil Jones, M.Mancienneᶜ, Tom Cleverley (M.Albrighton), Jordan Henderson, Danny Welbeck (Daniel Sturridge), Jack Wilshere (Jack Cork). Unused subs: S.Loach, H.Lansbury, Kyle Walker, N.Delfouneso.
Goalkeeper, Jason Steele was also in the squad for both legs of the play-off. Kieran Gibbs, Micah Richards and Alex Smithies withdrew with injuries.
284   12 October 2010 - Romania 0 England 0 [0-0]
Stadionul Municipal, Botoşani
(6,247)
  AD
England: F.Fielding, M.Mancienneᶜ, Ryan Bertrand, Danny Rose (Jack Cork), F.Muamba, Chris Smalling, Phil Jones, Tom Cleverley, Jordan Henderson, Danny Welbeck (N.Delfouneso), Daniel Sturridge (H.Lansbury). Unused subs: S.Loach, Martin Kelly, Kyle Walker, Kieran Trippier.
Jack Wilshere was taken out of the squad after the first leg to sit on the bench at Wembley for England's game with Montenegro several hours after the second leg. Marc Albrighton dropped out after picking up a groin strain in the first leg. Trippier was called into the squad following the earlier withdrawals. England won 2-1 on aggregate.
Friendly matches
285 16 November 2010 - Germany 2 England 0 [1-0]
BRITA-Arena, Wiesbaden
(5,600)
Rausch, Tosun (pen) AL
Jason Steele58
England: S.Loach (J.Steele), Kieran Trippier, Ryan Bertrand, Danny Rose, Jack Rodwell (C.Wickham), Martin Kelly (Steven Caulker), M.Mancienneᶜ, S.Sinclair (B.Mee), Jack Cork, N.Delfounso (J.McEachran), H.Lansbury. Other squad members: M.Albrighton, Kyle Walker.
Tom Cleverley, Frankie Fielding, Fabrice Muamba and Danny Welbeck withdrew from the squad with injuries, whilst Micah Richards and Chris Smalling were called up into the full England squad for a Wembley meeting with France on the following night. Both were substitutes, but Richards came on for the second half. Caulker, Loach, Trippier and Wickham were brought in as replacements, but there were still only two goalkeepers, so when substitute, Steele was sent off in giving away the penalty, Lansbury went in goal for the remaining 32 minutes, plus added time, and it was only the resulting penalty kick that beat him.
286 8 February 2011 - Italy 1 England 0 [0-0]
Stadio comunale Carlo Castellani, Empoli
(3,700)
Macheda (pen) AL
Ben Mee88
England: F.Fielding, K.Naughton, J.Bennett, F.Muambaᶜ, Jack Rodwell (Jack Cork), B.Mee, M.Albrighton (S.Sinclair), H.Lansbury (Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain), J.Vaughan (Jay Rodriguez), J.McEachran (Kieran Trippier), N.Delfouneso (J.Howson). Unused subs: S.Loach, J.Steele.
Nine players from the original 23-man squad were unavailable. Fabian Delph, Kieran Gibbs, Jordan Henderson, Martin Kelly, MIcah Richards, Chris Smalling, Daniel Sturridge and James Tomkins all withdrew with injuries, whilst Kyle Walker was called up into the full England squad and was an unused substitute against Denmark in Copenagen on the following night. This left Stuart Pearce with only two defenders left from the selected eight. Howson, McEachran, Naughton, Trippier and Vaughan were brought in as replacements.
287 24 March 2011 - Denmark 0 England 4 [0-1]
Viborg Stadion, Viborg (5,126)
Welbeck, Sinclair, Sturridge, Henderson AW
England: Alex McCarthy, K.Naughton, Ryan Bertrand, Chris Smalling, Micah Richardsᶜ (J.Tomkins), F.Muamba (M.Albrighton), Tom Cleverley (Jack Cork), Jordan Henderson (N.Delfouneso), Danny Welbeck (Danny Rose), Daniel Sturridge (C.Wickham), S.Sinclair (J.McEachran). Unused subs: S.Loach, J.Bennett.
Steven Caulker, Mark Davies, Frankie Fielding, Kieran Gibbs, Gary Hooper, Henri Lansbury, Ben Mee, Jack Rodwell and Alex Smithies all withdrew from the 31-man squad for the two March fixtures, with injuries. Kyle Walker was again promoted to the full England squad, but had to withdraw with a groin injury.
288 28 March 2011 - England 1 Iceland 2 [1-1]
Deepdale Stadium, Preston
(14,622)
Delfouneso
Smárason, Eyjólfsson
HL
England: Alex McCarthy (S.Loach), K.Naughton (J.Spence), Ryan Bertrandᶜ (J.Bennett), Jack Cork (Tom Cleverley), J.Tomkins, N.Baker, M.Albrighton (S.Sinclair), J.McEachran (J.Mutch), C.Wickham, Danny Rose, N.Delfouneso (A.Hammill). Unused sub: B.Amos.
Henderson, Muamba, Richards, Smalling, Sturridge and Welbeck were released back to their clubs after the game in Denmark. Amos, Hammill, Mutch and Spence were brought in as replacements, as was Jonny Howson, who picked up a hamstring strain and had to withdraw.
289 5 June 2011 - England 2 Norway 0 [2-0]
St Mary's Stadium, Southampton
(17,996)
Sturridge, Rose HW
England: F.Fielding, M.Mancienneᶜ, Ryan Bertrand (Kieran Gibbs), F.Muamba (Jack Cork), Chris Smalling, Phil Jones (J.Tomkins), Daniel Sturridge (N.Delfouneso), Jordan Henderson (H.Lansbury), Danny Welbeck (Tom Cleverley), Jack Rodwell, Danny Rose (M.Albrighton). Unused subs: J.Steele, C.Wickham.
Other squad members were Alex McCarthy, Scott Sinclair and Kyle Walker. Micah Richards pulled out of the UEFA finals squad with a hamstring injury and was replaced by Tomkins.
UEFA Under-21 Championship 2011 Finals in Denmark

290
group B
 12 June 2011 - Spain 1 England 1 [1-0]
MCH Arena, Herning
(8,046)
Herrera
Welbeck
ND
England: 1.F.Fielding, 2.M.Mancienneᶜ (Jack Rodwell), 3.Ryan Bertrand, 14.Kyle Walker, 5.Chris Smalling, 6.Phil Jones, 20.Danny Rose (18.H.Lansbury), 17.Tom Cleverley (11.S.Sinclair), 8.Jordan Henderson, 9.Danny Welbeck, 10.Daniel Sturridge.
12.Kieran Gibbs picked up an ankle injury against Norway and withdrew from the squad, leaving England with 22 players.
291  15 June 2011 - Ukraine 0 England 0 [0-0]
MCH Arena, Herning (3,495)
  ND
England: 1.F.Fielding, 2.M.Mancienneᶜ (4.F.Muamba), 3.Ryan Bertrand, 14.Kyle Walker, 5.Chris Smalling, 6.Phil Jones, 20.Danny Rose (18.H.Lansbury), 19.Jack Rodwell (11.S.Sinclair), 8.Jordan Henderson, 9.Danny Welbeck, 10.Daniel Sturridge.
 Michael Mancienne went on to represent the Seychelles at full international level.
292  19 June 2011 - England 1 Czech Republic 2 [0-0]
Viborg Stadion, Viborg (5,262)
Welbeck
Chramosta, Pekhart
NL
England: 1.F.Fielding, 14.Kyle Walker, 3.Ryan Bertrand, 4.F.Muamba, 5.Chris Smalling, 6.Phil Jonesᶜ, 17.Tom Cleverley (7.M.Albrighton), 8.Jordan Henderson (18.H.Lansbury), 9.Danny Welbeck, 10.Daniel Sturridge, 11.S.Sinclair (20.Danny Rose).
England were leading as they went into the 89th minute.
20-year-olds in UEFA finals squad: Delfouneso (unused), Henderson, Lansbury, Rodwell, Rose, Steele (unused) and Welbeck. Henderson celebrated his 21st birthday during the tournament.
19-year-old in UEFA finals squad: Jones.
18-year-old in UEFA finals squad: Wickham (unused).
England are eliminated from the 2011 UEFA Under-21 Championship at the group stage. Spain are the eventual winners. Unused squad members were 13.Alex McCarthy, 15.J.Tomkins, 16.Jack Cork, 21.N.Delfouneso, 22.C.Wickham and 23.J.Steele.

Season 2011-12
UEFA Under-21 Championship 2013 preliminary match
293 group eight
 1 September 2011 - England 6 Azerbaijan 0 [3-0]
Vicarage Road Stadium, Watford (7,738)
Dawson (2), Lansbury (2), Henderson, Waghorn HW
England: Jack Butland, Jon Flanagan, M.Briggs, Jack Rodwell, Steven Caulker, C.Dawson, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (Jonjo Shelvey), Jordan Hendersonᶜ, C.Wickham (M.Waghorn), H.Lansbury, N.Delfouneso (M.Sordell). Unused subs: B.Amos, J.Bennett, A.Wisdom, Ross Barkley.
Emmanuel Frimpong (who went on to win a full international cap for Ghana), Martin Kelly, Josh McEachran, Kyle Walker and Danny Welbeck withdrew from the squad for the two September fixtures with injuries. Phil Jones was called up to the full England squad, but did not make the bench either in Bulgaria or against Wales at Wembley.
Friendly match
294  5 September 2011 - England 4 Israel 1 [0-1]
Oakwell Stadium, Barnsley
(9,152)
Waghorn, Sordell, Delfouneso (pen), Lansbury
Kalibat
HW
England: B.Amos, A.Wisdom (A.Smith), J.Bennett, Jack Rodwellᶜ (Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain), C.Dawson, N.Baker (Steven Caulker), D.Gosling (G.Gardner), Ross Barkley (C.Wickham), M.Sordell, Jonjo Shelvey (H.Lansbury), M.Waghorn (N.Delfouneso). Unused subs: D.Rudd, Jack Butland, M.Briggs, Jon Flanagan.
Henderson was released following the game against Azerbaijan and returned to Liverpool. Gardner and Smith were brought into the squad for this game.
UEFA Under-21 Championship 2013 preliminary matches
295 group eight
 6 October 2011 - Iceland 0 England 3 [0-2]
Laugardalsvöllur, Reykjavík
(2,599)
Oxlade-Chamberlain (3) AW
England: Jack Butland, Jon Flanagan, M.Briggs, Jack Rodwell, Martin Kelly, C.Dawson, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (Ross Barkley), Jordan Hendersonᶜ, M.Sordell, H.Lansbury, N.Delfouneso (M.Waghorn (J.McEachran)). Unused subs: B.Amos, A.Smith, N.Baker, J.Lowe.
Illness caused Joe Bennett to pull out of the squad for the two October fixtures, whilst Danny Rose and Connor Wickham were injured. Phil Jones, Kyle Walker and Danny Welbeck were all called into the full England squad, and Jones won his first cap, playing the full game in Montenegro as England secured qualification to Euro 2012 on the night after the Under-21s' game in Iceland. Welbeck came on as a late substitute, but Walker did not make the bench. Flanagan was added to the squad as a replacement.
296  10 October 2011 - Norway 1 England 2 [1-2]
Marienlyst Stadion, Drammen
(3,223)
Berisha
Dawson, Henderson
AW
England: Jack Butland, A.Smith, N.Baker (Jon Flanagan), J.Lowe, R.Bennett, C.Dawson, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Jordan Hendersonᶜ, M.Sordell (Jonjo Shelvey), H.Lansbury, Ross Barkley (G.Gardner). Unused subs: B.Amos, D.Rudd, J.Mattock, J.McEachran.
Delfouneso, Kelly and Waghorn all picked up injuries in Iceland and were ruled out for this game, and Briggs and Rodwell were further casualties on the day, with Briggs having to be replaced by Baker after warming up on the artificial surface. Mattock was brought in as another replacement.
297  10 November 2011 - England 5 Iceland 0 [1-0]
Weston Homes Community Stadium, Colchester
(10,051)
Sordell, Kelly, Dawson, Gardner (2) HW
England: Jack Butland, A.Smith, Nathaniel Clyne, J.Lowe (G.Gardner), Martin Kelly, C.Dawson, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Jordan Hendersonᶜ, M.Sordell, J.McEachran (W.Keane), N.Delfouneso (S.Ameobi). Unused subs: B.Amos, Lewis Dunk, J.Butterfield, T.Carroll.
Nathan Baker, Ryan Bennett, Matthew Briggs, Alex Nimely and Connor Wickham withdrew from the squad for the two November fixtures with injuries, whilst Jack Rodwell was promoted into the full England squad and played against both Spain and Sweden at Wembley on the nights after the Under-21s' games. Ameobi and Keane came in as replacements, and Joe Bennett was brought in from the reserve list (which also included Dan Gosling, Declan Rudd, Jonjo Shelvey and Andros Townsend), but then had to withdraw.
298  14 November 2011 - Belgium 2 England 1 [0-1]
Stade Charles Tondreau, Mons
(3,519)
Naessens, El Kadouri
Kelly
AL
England: Jack Butland, A.Smith, Nathaniel Clyne, J.Lowe (Ross Barkley), Martin Kelly, C.Dawson, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Jordan Hendersonᶜ, M.Sordell (W.Keane), J.McEachran, S.Ameobi (G.Gardner). Unused subs: L.Steele, Jon Flanagan, Lewis Dunk, J.Butterfield.
Delfouneso picked up a hamstring injury against Iceland and was withdrawn from the squad. Barkley and Flanagan had missed the Iceland game because they were playing for the Under-19s against Denmark at Brighton on the previous night.
x Brian Eastick
299 29 February 2012 - England 4 Belgium 0 [2-0]
Riverside Stadium, Middlesbrough
(22,647)
Lansbury (2), Caulker, Oxlade-Chamberlain (pen) HW
England: Jack Butland, Martin Kelly, Danny Rose, J.McEachran, Steven Caulker, C.Dawson, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Jordan Hendersonᶜ, M.Sordell (W.Keane), H.Lansbury (G.Gardner), Wilfried Zaha (Jonjo Shelvey). Unused subs: L.Steele, A.Smith, J.Lowe, N.Delfouneso.
Other squad members were Ben Amos, Joe Bennett, Ryan Bennett, Cameron Stewart and Connor Wickham. Following Fabio Capello's resignation, Stuart Pearce was drafted in to take charge of England's game with the Netherlands at Wembley on the same night, but still selected the Under-21s' line-up.

Season 2012-13
x Stuart Pearce
300  6 September 2012 - Azerbaijan 0 England 2 [0-1]
Dalğa Arena, Mərdəkan
(214)
Caulker, Shelvey AW
England: B.Amos, Martin Kelly, Danny Rose, J.Lowe, Steven Caulker, C.Dawson, Wilfried Zaha (B.Marshall), Jordan Hendersonᶜ, M.Sordell (C.Wickham), Jonjo Shelvey, T.Ince (N.Delfouneso). Unused subs: D.Rudd, Nathaniel Clyne, R.Bennett, M.Waghorn.
Henri Lansbury, Josh McEachran and Jack Rodwell dropped out of the squad for the two September fixtures with injuries.
301  10 September 2012 - England 1 Norway 0 [1-0]
Proact Stadium, Chesterfield (9,947)
Wickham HW
England: J.Steele, Martin Kelly (Nathaniel Clyne), Danny Rose, Jonjo Shelvey, Steven Caulker, R.Bennett, B.Marshall, Jordan Hendersonᶜ, C.Wickham (T.Lees), M.Waghorn (Wilfried Zaha), T.Ince. Unused subs: B.Amos, A.Smith, Harry Kane, M.Sordell.
Kane and Lees were late replacements.
302 play-off matches
 12 October 2012 - England 1 Serbia 0 [0-0]
Carrow Road Stadium, Norwich (17,266)
Dawson (pen) HW
England: Jack Butland, A.Smith, Danny Rose, Jack Rodwell (J.Lowe), Steven Caulker, C.Dawson, Wilfried Zaha, Jordan Hendersonᶜ, M.Sordell (C.Wickham), T.Ince, Raheem Sterling (Andros Townsend). Unused subs: J.Steele, R.Bennett, T.Lees, J.McEachran.
. Nathaniel Clyne, Henri Lansbury, Nick Powell, Declan Rudd and Andre Wisdom were withdrawn from the squad for both legs of the play-off. Jonjo Shelvey, who was suspended for the first leg, was drafted into the full England squad to make his debut as a substitute in a World Cup qualifier against San Marino at Wembley on the same night, and then stayed on the bench in Poland on the night after the second leg. Jack Robinson came in to the squad as a replacement, but did not travel for the second leg.
303  16 October 2012 - Serbia 0 England 1 [0-0]
Stadion Mladost, Kruševac
(9,500)
Wickham AW
Danny Rose90Slobodan Medojević90
England: Jack Butland, A.Smith, Danny Rose, J.Lowe, Steven Caulker, C.Dawson, Wilfried Zaha (Raheem Sterling), Jordan Hendersonᶜ, M.Sordell (T.Lees), T.Ince, N.Delfouneso (C.Wickham). Unused subs: B.Amos, R.Bennett, J.McEachran, Andros Townsend.
Rodwell picked up a hamstring injury in the first leg and withdrew from the squad. England won 2-0 on aggregate.
Friendly matches
304 13 November 2012 - England 2 Northern Ireland 0 [1-0]
Bloomfield Road, Blackpool
(8.040)
Wickham, Afobe (pen) HW
England:
Ben Amos (13 Jason Steele, 46), 2 Adam Smith (12 Nathaniel Clyne, 60), 3 Jack Robinson (14 Liam Moore, 83), 4 Josh McEachran (17 Will Hughes, 65), 5 Andre Wisdom (15 Harry Maguire, 60), 6 Tom Lees, 7 Tom Ince (18 Martyn Waghorn, 76), 8 Jordan Henderson (c) (16 Nat Chalobah, 76), 9 Connor Wickham, 10 Nick Powell, 11 Andros Townsend (19 Benik Afobe
Read more at http://www.thefa.com/england/mens-under-21s/news/2012/england-northern-ireland-report-131112#605FGKEJErj10LLF.99
B.Amos (J.Steele), A.Smith (Nathaniel Clyne), J.Robinson (L.Moore), J.McEachran (W.Hughes), A.Wisdom (Harry Maguire), T.Lees, T.Ince (M.Waghorn), Jordan Hendersonᶜ (Nathaniel Chalobah), C.Wickham, N.Powell, Andros Townsend (B.Afobe). Unused sub: Sam Johnstone.
Sammy Ameobi and Jason Lowe withdrew with injuries. Wilfried Zaha was taken out of the squad to make his full international debut as a late substitute in Sweden on the following night. Maguire and Waghorn came in as replacements.
305  5 February 2013 - England 4 Sweden 0 [3-0]
Banks's Stadium, Walsall
(9,758)
Ince (2), Shelvey, Wickham HW
McEachran's 42nd-minute penalty was saved by Linde, but Ince scored his second goal from the rebound.
England: J.Steele (D.Rudd), A.Smith (T.Lees), J.Robinson, J.McEachran (Nathaniel Chalobah), A.Wisdom, C.Dawson, T.Ince, Jordan Hendersonᶜ (W.Hughes), Wilfried Zaha (J.Lowe), Jonjo Shelvey (H.Lansbury), B.Afobe (C.Wickham). Unused sub: B.Amos.
Ryan Bennett, Nathaniel Clyne, Phil Jones, Luke Shaw and Raheem Sterling all withdrew from the squad because of injury or illness. Benik Afobe went on to win six full international caps for the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
306  21 March 2013 - England 3 Romania 0 [1-0]
Adams Park, High Wycombe
(6,354)
Zaha, Robinson, Delfouneso HW
England: Jack Butland (J.Steele), Nathaniel Clyne (A.Smith), Danny Rose (J.Robinson), Nathaniel Chalobah (T.Carroll), A.Wisdom, C.Dawson, H.Lansbury (N.Delfouneso), Jordan Hendersonᶜ (J.Lowe), Wilfried Zaha (C.Wickham), Jonjo Shelvey, Raheem Sterling (M.Sordell).
Ryan Bennett was also in the squad for the two March fixtures. Ben Amos, Tom Ince, Declan Rudd and Luke Shaw withdrew. Steven Caulker was drafted into the full England squad, but was an unused substitute for World Cup qualifiers in San Marino and Montenegro on the nights after the Under-21 games.
307  25 March 2013 - England 4 Austria 0 [1-0]
American Express Community Stadium, Falmer
(20,003)
Shelvey, McEachran (pen), Sordell, Wickham HW
Richard Strebinger38Patrick Farkas48
England: J.Steele, A.Wisdom (Michael Keane), Danny Rose (A.Smith), J.Lowe, T.Lees (Nathaniel Clyne), C.Dawsonᶜ (J.Robinson), Andros Townsend, Nathaniel Chalobah (J.McEachran), C.Wickham (N.Delfouneso), Jonjo Shelvey (M.Sordell), Raheem Sterling (Jordan Henderson). Unused subs: Jack Butland, T.Carroll.
Lansbury picked up an injury against Romania, whilst Zaha needed dental treatment. Keane was called up as a replacement.
UEFA Under-21 Championship 2013 Finals in Israel

308
group A
 5 June 2013 - England 0 Italy 1 [0-0]
Bloomfield Stadium, Tel Aviv
(10,660)
Insigne NL
England: 1.Jack Butland, 2.Nathaniel Clyne, 4.Steven Caulker, 6.C.Dawson, 8.Jordan Hendersonᶜ, 9.J.Robinson, 10.J.Lowe, 18.Jonjo Shelvey (14.J.McEachran), 19.Nathan Redmond, 21.M.Sordell (12.Nathaniel Chalobah), 22.C.Wickham (20.N.Delfouneso).
Callum McManaman and Luke Shaw withdrew from the squad for the finals because of injury, whilst Andros Townsend pulled out when faced with a charge of breaching betting regulations. Delfouneso, Redmond and Robinson were drafted in as replacements. Tom Ince and Danny Rose were suspended for the first game because of cards received in the play-off in Serbia, eight months earlier.
309  8 June 2013 - England 1 Norway 3 [0-2]
HaMoshava Stadium, Petah Tikva (6,150)
Dawson (pen)
Berge, Berget, Eikrem
NL
England: 1.Jack Butland, 3.A.Smith, 4.Steven Caulker, 6.C.Dawson (5.A.Wisdom), 11.Danny Rose, 12.Nathaniel Chalobah, 8.Jordan Hendersonᶜ, 10.J.Lowe (22.C.Wickham), 16.T.Ince, 15.Wilfried Zaha, 19.Nathan Redmond (18.Jonjo Shelvey).
310  11 June 2013 - Israel 1 England 0 [0-0]
Teddy Stadium, Jerusalem (22,183)
Kriaf AL
England: 13.J.Steele, 2.Nathaniel Clyne, 5.A.Wisdomᶜ, 7.T.Lees, 11.Danny Rose, 12.Nathaniel Chalobah (21.M.Sordell), 14.J.McEachran (19.Nathan Redmond), 15.Wilfried Zaha, 18.Jonjo Shelvey, 16.T.Ince (8.Jordan Henderson), 22.C.Wickham.
Henri Lansbury had a groin strain and was ruled out.
20-year-olds in UEFA finals squad: Butland, McEachran, Wickham, Wisdom and Zaha.
19-year-olds in UEFA finals squad: Redmond and Robinson.
18-year-old in UEFA finals squad: Chalobah.
England are eliminated from the 2013 UEFA Under-21 Championship at the group stage. Spain are the eventual winners. Unused squad members were 17.H.Lansbury and 23.D.Rudd.

Season 2013-14
x Roy Hodgson
Friendly match
311  13 August 2013 - England 6 Scotland 0 [2-0]
Bramall Lane, Sheffield
(26,942)
Redmond, Sterling, Wickham, Barkley, Shelvey, Carroll HW
England: Jack Butland, John Stones, J.Robinson, Nathaniel Chalobah (Ross Barkley), A.Wisdomᶜ (T.Thorpe), Michael Keane, Raheem Sterling (S.Ameobi), W.Hughes (Eric Dier), C.Wickham (Harry Kane), Jonjo Shelvey (T.Carroll), Nathan Redmond (Jesse Lingard). Unused subs: Sam Johnstone, G.Long, J.Bond, T.Kane, L.Garbutt, S.Berahino.
Tom Ince and Luke Shaw withdrew from the squad with injuries. Garbutt was added to the squad as a replacement.
x Gareth Southgate
UEFA Under-21 Championship 2015 preliminary matches
312 group one
5 September 2013 - England 1 Moldova 0 [1-0]
Madejski Stadium, Reading
(5,268)
Berahino HW
England: Jack Butland, John Stones, Luke Shaw, Nathaniel Chalobah, A.Wisdomᶜ, Michael Keane, Nathan Redmond (S.Ameobi), James Ward-Prowse (W.Hughes), S.Berahino (Harry Kane), T.Carroll, Wilfried Zaha. Unused subs: G.Long, T.Kane, J.Robinson, Eric Dier.
Zeki Fryers, Jesse Lingard, Nick Powell and Tom Thorpe were also in the squad for the two September fixtures. Jonjo Shelvey and Connor Wickham dropped out with injuries.
313
9 September 2013 - Finland 1 England 1 [1-0]
Tampereen stadion, Tampere
(4,459)
Yaghoubi
Berahino
AD
Andre Wisdom73
England: Jack Butland, John Stones, Luke Shaw, Nathaniel Chalobah (Harry Kane), A.Wisdom, Michael Keane, Nathan Redmond (S.Ameobi), James Ward-Prowse, S.Berahino, T.Carroll, Wilfried Zaha (Eric Dier). Unused subs: J.Bond, T.Kane, J.Robinson, W.Hughes.
314
 
10 October 2013 - San Marino 0 England 4 [0-2]
Stadio Olimpico, Serravalle
(245)
Keane, Kane (3 (1 pen)) AW
Andrea Manzaroli45
England: Jack Butlandᶜ, John Stones, Carl Jenkinson, T.Carroll, Eric Dier, Michael Keane, T.Ince (Nathan Redmond), James Ward-Prowse, Harry Kane, R.Morrison (Jesse Lingard), Raheem Sterling (Danny Ings). Unused subs: G.Long, Nathaniel Chalobah, Wilfried Zaha, S.Berahino.
Sammy Ameobi was also in the squad for the two October fixtures. Will Hughes and Luke Shaw withdrew because of injury and illness, respectively.
315 15 October 2013 - England 5 Lithuania 0 [2-0]
Portman Road Stadium, Ipswich
(17,067)
Morrison (2), Ward-Prowse, Berahino (2 (1 pen)) HW
England: Jack Butlandᶜ, John Stones, J.Robinson, T.Carroll (Carl Jenkinson), Nathaniel Chalobah, Michael Keane, T.Ince (Nathan Redmond), James Ward-Prowse, S.Berahino (N.Powell), R.Morrison, Wilfried Zaha. Unused subs: J.Bond, Eric Dier, Jesse Lingard, Harry Kane.
Raheem Sterling was unavailable, as he was called up to sit on the bench at Wembley, on the same night, whilst England beat Poland to qualify for the 2014 World Cup finals.
316
14 November 2013 - England 3 Finland 0 [2-0]
stadium:mk, Milton Keynes
(19,807)
Keane, Berahino (2) HW
Patrick O'Shaughnessy70
England: Jack Butlandᶜ, Carl Jenkinson, Luke Shaw, Nathaniel Chalobah (W.Hughes), John Stones, Michael Keane, Wilfried Zaha, James Ward-Prowse, S.Berahino, R.Morrison (Jesse Lingard), Raheem Sterling (T.Ince). Unused subs: G.Long, J.Robinson, Eric Dier, Danny Ings.
Liam Moore was also in the squad for the two November fixtures. Harry Kane and Nick Powell withdrew because of injuries.
317 19 November 2013 - England 9 San Marino 0 [5-0]
Greenhous Meadow, Shrewsbury
(9,264)
Keane, Sterling (2), Ings (2), Ward-Prowse, Ince, Jenkinson, Hughes HW
England: Jack Butlandᶜ (J.Bond), Carl Jenkinson, J.Robinson, W.Hughes, John Stones (Eric Dier), Michael Keane, T.Ince (Patrick Bamford), James Ward-Prowse, Danny Ings, Jesse Lingard, Raheem Sterling. Unused subs: Luke Shaw, Nathaniel Chalobah, Wilfried Zaha, R.Morrison.
The Under-21s' biggest ever victory. Bamford came in as a replacement because Berahino was suspended.
318 5 March 2014 - England 1 Wales 0 [0-0]
iPro Stadium, Derby
(13,438)
Redmond HW
England: Jack Butlandᶜ, Carl Jenkinson, J.Robinson, T.Carroll, John Stones, Nathaniel Chalobah (L.Moore), T.Ince, James Ward-Prowse, S.Berahino (Danny Ings), R.Morrison (W.Hughes), Nathan Redmond. Unused subs: J.Bond, Jesse Lingard, Wilfried Zaha, J.Lascelles.
Other squad members were Patrick Bamford, Sam Johnstone and Harry Kane. Zeki Fryers withdrew because of injury. Michael Keane was selected to play until it was discovered that they had accidentally registered his twin brother, Will (who was not in the squad) in his place. Chalobah was added to the starting eleven to replace him. Ravel Morrison went on to play for Jamaica as a full international.
319 19 May 2014 - Wales 1 England 3 [1-2]
Liberty Stadium, Swansea
(2,800)
Edwards
Redmond (2), Berahino
AW
England: Jack Butlandᶜ, Carl Jenkinson, L.Garbutt, Nathaniel Chalobah, Michael Keane, L.Moore, T.Ince (Harry Kane (J.Forster-Caskey)), James Ward-Prowse, Danny Ings (S.Berahino), Jesse Lingard, Nathan Redmond. Unused subs: J.Bond, T.Browning, J.Obita, S.March.
Other squad members that would not be used until the following Toulon tournament were Jordan Cousins, Eric Dier, Ben Gibson, Josh McEachran, Brad Smith and Cauley Woodrow. Sam Johnstone and Wilfried Zaha withdrew from the squad because of injuries.
Tournoi Espoirs de Toulon 2014 (Hopefuls) Festival, in southern France
320 group B
22 May 2014 - England 3 Qatar 0 [1-0]
Stade Léo-Lagrange, Toulon (tbc)
Orbita, Forster-Caskey, Cousins NW
England: 13.J.Bond, 2.T.Browning, 3.L.Garbutt (12.B.Smith), 16.B.Gibson, 5.L.Moore, 18.S.March, 7.J.Obita, 8.James Ward-Prowse (15.Eric Dier), 9.S.Berahino (19.C.Woodrow), 10.J.McEachran (17.J.Cousins), 14.J.Forster-Caskey.
Players had to have been born on, or after, 1 January, 1993, so Ince, Ings, Jenkinson and Lingard were removed from the squad after the game with Wales. Harry Kane picked up an ankle injury at Swansea and withdrew. Matches were forty minutes each half. The Football Association classed these games as England Under-20, despite the fact that eight members of the twenty-man squad (Bond, Butland, Garbutt, Gibson, Michael Keane, Will Keane, McEachran and Moore) were 21 years of age.
321 26 May 2014 - England 1 Brazil 2 [0-1]
Stade Louis-Hon, Saint-Raphaël (tbc)
Ward-Prowse
Alisson, Silva
NL
England: 1.Jack Butlandᶜ, 2.T.Browning, 3.L.Garbutt (12.B.Smith), 4.Nathaniel Chalobah, 5.L.Moore, 6.Michael Keane, 17.J.Cousins (18.S.March), 8.James Ward-Prowse, 9.S.Berahino, 14.J.Forster-Caskey (19.C.Woodrow), 11.Nathan Redmond.
322 28 May 2014 - England 1 Korea Republic 1 [1-0]
Stade de Lattre-de-Tassigny, Aubagne (tbc)
Woodrow
Lee Chang-min
ND
England: 13.J.Bond, 15.Eric Dier (2.T.Browning), 3.L.Garbutt, 4.Nathaniel Chalobah, 16.B.Gibson, 6.Michael Keane, 12.B.Smith (18.S.March), 8.James Ward-Prowseᶜ, 14.J.Forster-Caskey (20.W.Keane), 19.C.Woodrow, 11.Nathan Redmond.
After staying with Queen's Park Rangers as they won the Championship Play-Offs, despite not appearing in any of the matchday squads, Will Keane arrived in France as a replacement for Kane. Just over three months later, Brad Smith made his full international debut for Australia.
323 30 May 2014 - England 1 Colombia 1 [1-0]
Stade Léo-Lagrange, Toulon (tbc)
Woodrow
J.Rodríguez
ND
England: 1.Jack Butlandᶜ, 2.T.Browning, 15.Eric Dier (6.Michael Keane), 17.J.Cousins, 5.L.Moore, 16.B.Gibson, 7.J.Obita, 19.C.Woodrow (11.Nathan Redmond), 18.S.March, 10.J.McEachran (14.J.Forster-Caskey), 20.W.Keane (4.Nathaniel Chalobah).
Jordan Cousins went on to play for Jamaica.
324 third-place play-off
1 June 2014 - Portugal 1 England 0 [0-0]
Parc des Sports, Avignon (tbc)
Horta NL
England: 1.Jack Butlandᶜ, 2.T.Browning, 3.L.Garbutt, 4.Nathaniel Chalobah, 5.L.Moore, 16.B.Gibson, 14.J.Forster-Caskey (20.W.Keane), 8.James Ward-Prowse, 9.S.Berahino, 19.C.Woodrow, 11.Nathan Redmond.
Although twin brother, Michael went on to earn full international honours with England, Will Keane became a full international for the Republic of Ireland in 2021. Tyias Browning went on to play for China, where he is known as Jiăng Guāngtài.

Season 2014-15
UEFA Under-21 Championship 2015 preliminary matches
325 group one
5 September 2014 - Lithuania 0 England 1 [0-0]
Dariaus ir Girėno stadionas, Kaunas
(3,500)
Kane AW
England: Jack Butlandᶜ, Michael Keane, L.Garbutt, Nathaniel Chalobah, L.Moore, B.Gibson (Harry Kane), T.Ince (W.Hughes), James Ward-Prowse, S.Berahino, T.Carroll, Nathan Redmond (A.Pritchard). Unused subs: J.Bond, T.Blackett, J.Forster-Caskey, J.Lascelles.
Eric Dier and Jack Robinson withdrew with injury and illness, respectively. Gibson was brought in as a replacement.
326 9 September 2014 - Moldova 0 England 3 [0-1]
Sheriff Arena, Tiraspol
(2,654)
Berahino (2), Kane AW
England: J.Bond, Michael Keane, L.Garbutt (T.Blackett), W.Hughes, L.Moore, J.Lascelles, S.Berahino (A.Pritchard), J.Forster-Caskey, Harry Kane, T.Carrollᶜ, Nathan Redmond (Danny Ings). Unused subs: J.Blackman, B.Gibson, T.Ince, C.Woodrow.
Blackman was added to the original squad for the two September fixtures. Chalobah and Ward-Prowse were both suspended after picking up yellow cards in Lithuania.
327 play-off matches
10 October 2014 - England 2 Croatia 1 [0-1]
Molineux Stadium, Wolverhampton (23,107)
Kane, Berahino (pen)
Livaja
HW
England: Jack Butlandᶜ, Michael Keane (Eric Dier), Luke Shaw, W.Hughes (T.Ince), B.Gibson, L.Moore, S.Berahino, J.Forster-Caskey, Harry Kane, T.Carroll, Nathan Redmond. Unused subs: J.Bond, L.Garbutt, J.Lascelles, L.Baker, Patrick Bamford.
Goalkeeper, Sam Johnstone was also in the squad for both legs of the play-off. Carl Jenkinson was unavailable due to injury. Calum Chambers was called up to make two full international appearances for England in qualifiers, against San Marino at Wembley on the night before the first leg, and in Estonia, three nights later.
328 14 October 2014 - Croatia 1 England 2 [1-1]
Stadion Cibalia, Vinkovci
(6,352)
Livaja
Moore, Hughes
AW
England: Jack Butlandᶜ, Eric Dier, Luke Shaw, W.Hughes, B.Gibson, L.Moore, S.Berahino, J.Forster-Caskey, Harry Kane, T.Carroll, Nathan Redmond (T.Ince). Unused subs: J.Bond, L.Garbutt, A.Pritchard, J.Lascelles, L.Baker, C.Woodrow.
MIchael Keane picked up a hamstring injury in the first leg and was ruled out. England won 4-2 on aggregate.
Friendly matches
329 13 November 2014 - England 3 Portugal 1 [2-0]
Turf Moor, Burnley
(10,711)
Ings (2), Jenkinson
B.Silva
HW
England: Jack Butlandᶜ, Carl Jenkinson, L.Garbutt (J.Robinson), W.Hughes (Nathaniel Chalobah), B.Gibson, Michael Keane, T.Ince, J.Forster-Caskey, Danny Ings (Patrick Bamford), T.Carroll, Nathan Redmond (A.Pritchard). Unused subs: J.Bond, M.Bettinelli, J.Lascelles, Harry Kane, C.Woodrow, Callum Wilson.
Liam Moore withdrew from the squad for the two November fixtures due to illness.
330 17 November 2014 - France 3 England 2 [2-2]
Stade Francis-Le Blé, Brest (6,161)
Sanogo (2), Coman
Kane (2)
AL
England: J.Bond, Michael Keane, L.Garbutt, Nathaniel Chalobah (J.Forster-Caskey), B.Gibson (Carl Jenkinson), J.Lascelles, T.Ince, A.Pritchard (Danny Ings), Harry Kane (Callum Wilson), T.Carrollᶜ, Nathan Redmond. Unused subs: Jack Butland, J.Robinson, W.Hughes, Patrick Bamford, C.Woodrow.
Marcus Bettinelli did not travel with the squad to France. England were two goals up after 22 minutes.
With Gareth Southgate's squad preparing for the upcoming UEFA Under-21 Championship finals in the Czech Republic, Aidy Boothroyd's Under-20s were used for the Toulon tournament which was due to finish just ten days before the beginning of the UEFA finals. The two competitions had different rules around age criteria. In order to compete in the UEFA Under-21 Championship, players had to be 21 or under at the end of the year in which the qualifying competition began i.e. two years earlier (e.g. the end of 2015 for the 2017 championship). Hence, they could be 23 years of age at the time of the final tournament. In Toulon, however, players having a 23rd birthday in the same calendar year as the tournament were ineligible (only six countries chose to include 22-year-olds in their squad in preparation for qualification for the following year's Olympic tournament, but they included all of England's opponents, with the exception of Côte d'Ivoire).
To give his under-20 squad more strength for the upcoming tournament, Boothroyd added four 21-year-olds
(Odubajo, Pickford, Stephens and Watmore). There were two pre-tournament friendlies against Mexico and United States in March 2015, billed as Under-20 internationals, but we have included them here, because of the over-age players. However, because these two opponents adhered to FIFA's age rules for the Under-20 World Cup and did not include any over-age players, we are suggesting that these games are unofficial internationals. They are, effectively, friendly hybrid internationals between an under-21 team and an under-20 team. It would be unfair to deem them official under-21, or under-20, internationals when each team has clearly applied a different age limit in the selection of its squad. Although this situation also occurred within the Toulon tournament, it was within the rules of that competition, so those games are considered official. The 2014-15 season then ended, confusingly, with two England Under-21 teams fulfilling their commitments to two major competitions, with one group significantly older than the other and each having a separate squad and separate coaching staff.
 

Aidy Boothroyd

u/o? 25 March 2015 - England 1 Mexico U20 1 [0-0]
4-2
on penalty kicks
The Hive Stadium, Canons Park (tbc)
Akpom (pen)
Ramírez
HD
Penalty shootout: Martínez 0-0, Swift 1-0, Díaz 1-0, Akpom 2-0, Eguirre 2-1, Grimes 3-1, Guzmán 3-2, Robinson 4-2
The first two Mexican kicks were missed; one hit the bar and the other went over the bar.
Raúl Gudiño⁷⁸
England: C.Walton, D.Iorfa, M.Obubajo, K.Hause, B.Cargill, J.Hanson (H.Reed), L.Bakerᶜ (M.Grimes), B.Osborn (J.Swift), J.Barmby, C.Akpom, C.Robinson. Unused subs: Jordan Pickford, D.Ball, H.Toffolo, J.Stephens, J.Turnbull, K.Thomas, A.Mowatt.
Chris Long was also in the original squad for the games against Mexico and the United States. Mexican goalkeeper, Gudiño was sent off after fouling Akpom to give away the penalty.
  Gareth Southgate
331 27 March 2015 - Czech Republic 0 England 1 [0-0]
Generali Arena, Praha
 (5,126)
Carroll AW
England: M.Bettinelli, Calum Chambers (Carl Jenkinson), M.Targett (L.Garbutt), J.Forster-Caskey, Michael Keane, L.Moore (John Stones), A.Pritchard (Jesse Lingard), James Ward-Prowse, C.Woodrow (Danny Ings), T.Carrollᶜ (W.Hughes), Nathan Redmond. Unused sub: J.Bond.
Patrick Bamford, Saido Berahino, Nathaniel Chalobah, Eric Dier and Callum Wilson withdrew from the squad for the two March fixtures, with injuries. Woodrow came in as a replacement. Goalkeeper and captain, Jack Butland was taken out of the squad to sit on the bench for England in a qualifier against Lithuania at Wembley on the same night, and also for a full international in Italy on the night after the Under-21 international with Germany.
 

Aidy Boothroyd

u/o? 29 March 2015 - England 2 United States U20 1 [1-0]
Home Park, Plymouth (11,406)
Swift, Thomas
Tall
HW
England: Jordan Pickford, M.Odubajo (C.Robinson), D.Ball, J.Turnbull, H.Toffolo, H.Reed, J.Stephens, M.Grimesᶜ, A.Mowatt (C.Akpom), J.Swift, K.Thomas. Unused subs: C.Walton, K.Hause, D.Iorfa, B.Cargill, L.Baker, J.Barmby, J.Hanson.
  Gareth Southgate
332 30 March 2015 - England 3 Germany 2 [1-1]
Riverside Stadium, Middlesbrough
 (30,178)
Lingard, Redmond, Ward-Prowse
Hoffmann (2)
HW
England: J.Bond, Carl Jenkinson, L.Garbutt, J.Forster-Caskey (Calum Chambers), John Stones, B.Gibson (Michael Keane), Jesse Lingard, James Ward-Prowseᶜ, Danny Ings, W.Hughes (A.Pritchard), Nathan Redmond. Unused subs: M.Bettinelli, C.Woodrow, L.Moore.
   Aidy Boothroyd
Tournoi Espoirs de Toulon 2015 (Hopefuls) Festival, in southern France
333

28 May 2015 - England 3 Morocco 3 [2-3]
Stade Léo-Lagrange, Toulon (tbc)
Gray, Watmore, Akpom
Hajhouj, Bencharki (2)
ND

Dominic Iorfa56

England: 1.C.Walton, 2.D.Iorfa, 15.K.Hause, 20.D.Watmore (10.C.Akpom), 5.J.Stephens, 6.B.Cargill (3.M.Odubajo), 7.M.Grimes, 8.L.Bakerᶜ, 9.J.Wilson (16.C.Robinson), 18.J.Hanson (4.H.Reed), 14.D.Gray.
The age criteria was unchanged from the previous year's tournament .Players had to have been born on, or after, 1 January, 1993, so those reaching 22 years of age during 2015 were additionally allowed. Matches were again forty minutes each half. The Football Association once again classed these games as England Under-20, to distinguish them from those taking part in the upcoming UEFA Under-21 Championship, though four members of the twenty-man squad (Odubajo, Pickford, Stephens and Watmore) were 21 years of age. Jordon Ibe withdrew from the squad with a knee injury.
334 30 May 2015 - England 2 Côte d'Ivoire 1 [1-0]
Stade Léo-Lagrange, Toulon (tbc)
Akpom, Robinson
Koné
NW
England: 13.Jordan Pickford, 12.I.Hayden (14.D.Gray), 3.M.Odubajo, 4.H.Reed, 5.J.Stephens, 15.K.Hause, 7.M.Grimesᶜ, 20.D.Watmore (11.R.Aarons), 19.K.Thomas, 10.C.Akpom (9.J.Wilson), 16.C.Robinson (8.L.Baker).
Thomas was the replacement for Ibe.
335 3 June 2015 - Mexico 2 England 1 [0-1]
Stade de Lattre-de-Tassigny, Aubagne (tbc)
Bueno, Zúñiga
Watmore
NL
England: 13.Jordan Pickford, 2.D.Iorfa (9.J.Wilson), 15.K.Hause, 5.J.Stephens, 3.M.Odubajo, 4.H.Reed, 17.J.Swift (8.L.Baker), 7.M.Grimesᶜ, 20.D.Watmore (16.C.Robinson), 10.C.Akpom, 14.D.Gray (11.R.Aarons).
x Gareth Southgate
Friendly match
336
5 June 2015 - England 3 Republic of Ireland 1 [3-0]
also 5-4
on penalty kicks

St George's Park, Burton upon Trent
(bcd)
Carroll, Berahino, Chalobah
Long
HW
England: Jack Butlandᶜ, L.Moore, L.Garbutt (M.Targett), J.Forster-Caskey (James Ward-Prowse), John Stones (Carl Jenkinson), Michael Keane (B.Gibson), A.Pritchard (Nathan Redmond), Jesse Lingard, S.Berahino (Danny Ings), T.Carroll (W.Hughes), Nathaniel Chalobah. Unused subs: J.Bond, M.Bettinelli.
A match played behind closed doors, not filmed and reported as a training game, but an Under-21 international match by all other criteria. Ward-Prowse, Lingard, Redmond, Ings and Jenkinson scored in the shootout, before Ireland's Alan Browne hit the bar with the final kick. Harry Kane and Ruben Loftus-Cheek had been away on club tours, whilst Calum Chambers was on holiday following Arsenal's FA Cup win.
x Aidy Boothroyd
Tournoi Espoirs de Toulon 2015 (Hopefuls) Festival, in southern France
337
5 June 2015 - China 1 England 3 [0-1]
Stade Léo Lagrange, Toulon (tbc)
Guo
Aarons, Baker, Zhang
OG
NW
England: 1.C.Walton, 12.I.Hayden, 3.M.Odubajo, 5.J.Stephens, 6.B.Cargill (15.K.Hause), 17.J.Swift, 18.J.Hanson (4.H.Reed), 8.L.Bakerᶜ, 16.C.Robinson, 10.C.Akpom, 11.R.Aarons (20.D.Watmore).
338 third-place play-off
7 June 2015 - United States 2 England 1 [1-1]
Stade Mayol, Toulon
(tbc)
Hernández (pen), Joya (pen)
Hause
NL
England: 1.C.Walton, 2.D.Iorfa, 5.J.Stephens (8.L.Baker), 6.B.Cargill, 7.M.Grimesᶜ, 11.R.Aarons (16.C.Robinson), 17.J.Swift, 18.J.Hanson (4.H.Reed), 19.K.Thomas (10.C.Akpom), 20.D.Watmore.
Callum Robinson went on to represent the Republic of Ireland at full international level.
x Gareth Southgate
Friendly match
339

11 June 2015 - England 1 Belarus 0 [0-0]
Oakwell, Barnsley
 (15,207)
Gibson (pen) HW
Mikalai Zolatau82
England: Jack Butlandᶜ (J.Bond), Carl Jenkinson, L.Garbutt, W.Hughes (Ruben Loftus-Cheek), John Stones (Calum Chambers), B.Gibson, A.Pritchard (Jesse Lingard), James Ward-Prowse (Nathaniel Chalobah), S.Berahino (Harry Kane), T.Carroll (J.Forster-Caskey), Nathan Redmond (Danny Ings). Unused subs: M.Bettinelli, Michael Keane, L.Moore, M.Targett.
The kick-off was delayed by 35 minutes as the Belarus team bus was stuck in traffic. Saido Berahino went on to represent Burundi at full international level.
UEFA Under-21 Championship 2015 Finals in Czech Republic

340
group B
18 June 2015 - England 0 Portugal 1 [0-0]
Mĕstský fotbalový stadion Miroslava Valenty, Uherské Hradištĕ (7,167)
João Mário NL
England: 1.Jack Butlandᶜ, 2.Carl Jenkinson, 3.L.Garbutt, 20.L.Moore, 6.B.Gibson, 14.Nathaniel Chalobah, 16.Jesse Lingard (17.Danny Ings), 8.James Ward-Prowse (19.W.Hughes), 9.Harry Kane, 10.T.Carroll (7.A.Pritchard), 11.Nathan Redmond.
Saido Berahino withdrew from the squad on the eve of the opening game after picking up a knee injury in training. John Stones collided with Butland during training and suffered a concussion that would keep him out of the first two matches of the tournament, though he was on the bench against Sweden.
341 21 June 2015 - Sweden 0 England 1 [0-0]
Andrův Stadion, Olomouc (11,257)
Lingard NW
England: 1.Jack Butlandᶜ, 2.Carl Jenkinson, 3.L.Garbutt, 20.L.Moore, 14.Nathaniel Chalobah, 6.B.Gibson, 7.A.Pritchard (16.Jesse Lingard), 19.W.Hughes (17.Danny Ings), 9.Harry Kane, 10.T.Carroll (23.Ruben Loftus-Cheek), 11.Nathan Redmond.
Benik Afobe appeared on the bench as a replacement for Berahino, but was not required in the tournament. Liam Moore went on to represent Jamaica at full international level.
342 24 June 2015 - England 1 Italy 3 [0-2]
Andrův Stadion, Olomouc
 (11,563)
Redmond
Belotti, Benassi (2)
NL
England: 1.Jack Butlandᶜ, 2.Carl Jenkinson, 3.L.Garbutt, 4.J.Forster-Caskey (23.Ruben Loftus-Cheek), 5.John Stones, 6.B.Gibson, 14.Nathaniel Chalobah, 16.Jesse Lingard, 9.Harry Kane, 17.Danny Ings, 11.Nathan Redmond.
20-year-olds in UEFA finals squad: Chalobah, Chambers (unused), Hughes and Ward-Prowse.
19-year-olds in UEFA finals squad: Loftus-Cheek and Targett (unused).
England are eliminated from the 2015 UEFA Under-21 Championship at the group stage. Sweden are the eventual winners. Unused squad members were 12.J.Bond, 13.M.Bettinelli, 15.Michael Keane, 18.B.Afobe, 21.Calum Chambers and 22.M.Targett.

Season 2015-16
Friendly match
343 3 September 2015 - England 1 United States U23 0 [0-0]
Deepdale Stadium, Preston
(10,187)
Wilson HW
England: Jordan Pickford (A.Gunn), Joe Gomez (J.Stephens), M.Targett, (D.Iorfa) Ruben Loftus-Cheek, Calum Chambers, Eric Dier (K.Hause), J.Ibe (D.Watmore), James Ward-Prowseᶜ (Nathaniel Chalobah), C.Woodrow (J.Wilson), Dele Alli (J.Forster-Caskey), Nathan Redmond (S.March).
Chuba Akpom, Brendan Galloway and Christian Walton withdrew from the squad for the two September fixtures with injuries.
UEFA Under-21 Championship 2017 preliminary matches
  group nine
344 7 September 2015 - Norway 0 England 1 [0-1]
Marienlyst Stadion, Drammen
(3,750)
Ward-Prowse (pen) AW
England: Jordan Pickford, Joe Gomez, M.Targett, Ruben Loftus-Cheek (J.Forster-Caskey), Calum Chambers, Eric Dier, J.Ibe, James Ward-Prowseᶜ, C.Woodrow, Dele Alli (Nathaniel Chalobah), Nathan Redmond. Unused subs: A.Gunn, J.Wilson, D.Watmore, J.Stephens, S.March.
345 13 October 2015 - England 3 Kazakhstan 0 [0-0]
Ricoh Arena, Coventry
(15,165)
Loftus-Cheek, Redmond, Akpom HW
England: Jordan Pickford, Joe Gomez (D.Iorfa), M.Targett, L.Baker, Calum Chambers, Eric Dier, J.Ibe (D.Watmore), James Ward-Prowseᶜ, C.Akpom, Ruben Loftus-Cheek (Nathaniel Chalobah), Nathan Redmond. Unused subs: C.Walton, J.Forster-Caskey, J.Wilson, C.Woodrow.
Other squad members were Brendan Galloway, Angus Gunn, Kortney Hause, Solly March and Jack Stephens.
346
 
12 November 2015 -
Bosnia and Herzegovina 0 England 0
[0-0]
Olimpijski stadion Koševo - Asim Ferhatović Hase, Sarajevo (300)
  AD
Jack Stephens72
England: Jordan Pickford, D.Iorfa, M.Targett, L.Baker, Calum Chambers, Nathaniel Chalobah, J.Stephens, James Ward-Prowseᶜ, Dominic Solanke (C.Woodrow), Ruben Loftus-Cheek (J.Forster-Caskey), C.Akpom (D.Watmore). Unused subs: J.Wildsmith, T.Aina, S.March, D.Gray.
Tyias Browning, Brendan Galloway, Jordon Ibe and Nathan Redmond withdrew from the squad for the two November fixtures, with injuries. Aina and Gray (who was initially selected for the Under-20s) came in as replacements.
347 16 November 2015 - England 3 Switzerland 1 [0-1]
American Express Community Stadium, Falmer (12,003)
Ward-Prowse (pen), Watmore, Akpom
Tarashaj
HW
England: Jordan Pickford, D.Iorfa, M.Targett, L.Baker, Calum Chambers, Nathaniel Chalobah, J.Swift, James Ward-Prowseᶜ, Dominic Solanke (J.Forster-Caskey), Ruben Loftus-Cheek (D.Watmore), S.March (C.Akpom). Unused subs: C.Walton, T.Aina, B.Cargill, C.Woodrow.
Cargill and Swift were brought in as replacements, as was Ben Chilwell, who was not required on the night.
348 26 March 2016 - Switzerland 1 England 1 [0-0]
Stockhorn Arena, Thun (2,500)
Kamberi
Akpom
AD
Jordon Ibe90
England: Jordan Pickford, D.Iorfa, M.Targett, L.Baker, Calum Chambers, K.Hause, J.Swift (J.Ibe), James Ward-Prowseᶜ, C.Akpom (Dominic Solanke), Ruben Loftus-Cheek (M.Grimes), D.Gray. Unused subs: J.Wildsmith, Ben Chilwell, J.Stephens, J.Wilson.
Other squad members were Rolando Aarons, Brendan Galloway and Christian Walton. Isaac Hayden withdrew because of injury.
Festival International Espoirs de Toulon et du Var 2016
349 19 May 2016 - England 1 Portugal 0 [0-0]
Stade Léo-Lagrange, Toulon (tbc)
Baker NW
England: 1.Jordan Pickford, 2.D.Iorfa, 20.Ben Chilwell, 4.Nathaniel Chalobah, 5.Calum Chambers, 6.K.Hause, 7.D.Watmore (9.C.Woodrow), 8.James Ward-Prowseᶜ, 19.K.Palmer (11.Nathan Redmond), 10.Ruben Loftus-Cheek (14.Jack Grealish), 12.L.Baker.
The age criteria was unchanged for the third year in succession. Players had to have been born on, or after, 1 January, 1993, so now those reaching 23 years of age during 2016 were additionally allowed, though only two 23-year-olds played against England (one for Guinea and one for Japan). Matches were again forty minutes each half. Unlike the previous two tournaments, these games were classed as Under-21 by the Football Association, whose oldest players were 22, as per UEFA restrictions for that season. Brendan Galloway dropped out through injury.
350 23 May 2016 - England 7 Guinea 1 [4-1]
Stade De Lattre-de-Tassigny, Aubagne (tbc)
Grealish (2), Ward-Prowse (pen), Redmond, Makadji OG, Woodrow (2)
T.Diallo
NW
England: 13.A.Gunn, 15.J.Stephens, 3.M.Targett, 18.R.Holding, 17.J.Swift, 6.K.Hause (5.Calum Chambers), 16.M.Grimes, 8.James Ward-Prowseᶜ (4.Nathaniel Chalobah), 9.C.Woodrow, 14.Jack Grealish (7.D.Watmore), 11.Nathan Redmond (19.K.Palmer).
Holding was the replacement for Galloway.
351 25 May 2016 - England 4 Paraguay 0 [1-0]
Stade Antoine-Baptiste, Six-Fours-les-Plages (tbc)
Baker, Loftus-Cheek (2), Redmond NW
England: 1.Jordan Pickford, 2.D.Iorfa, 20.Ben Chilwell (3.M.Targett), 4.Nathaniel Chalobah, 5.Calum Chambers, 6.K.Hause, 7.D.Watmore (14.Jack Grealish), 8.James Ward-Prowseᶜ, 12.L.Baker, 10.Ruben Loftus-Cheek (17.J.Swift), 11.Nathan Redmond (19.K.Palmer).
352 27 May 2016 - England 1 Japan 0 [1-0]
Stade Léo-Lagrange, Toulon (tbc)
Baker (pen) NW
England: 13.A.Gunn, 15.J.Stephens, 3.M.Targett (2.D.Iorfa), 18.R.Holding, 5.Calum Chambersᶜ (6.K.Hause), 16.M.Grimes, 14.Jack Grealish, 17.J.Swift. 19.K.Palmer, 9.C.Woodrow, 12.L.Baker (10.Ruben Loftus-Cheek).
Chalobah was suspended, whilst Chilwell picked up an injury against Paraguay and withdrew from the tournament.
353 FINAL
29 May 2016 - France 1 England 2 [0-2]
Parc des Sports, Avignon (tbc)
Diallo
Baker, Loftus-Cheek
AW
England: 1.Jordan Pickford, 2.D.Iorfa, 3.M.Targett, 4.Nathaniel Chalobah, 5.Calum Chambers, 6.K.Hause, 7.D.Watmore (17.J.Swift), 8.James Ward-Prowseᶜ, 12.L.Baker, 10.Ruben Loftus-Cheek (15.J.Stephens), 11.Nathan Redmond.

Season 2016-17
UEFA Under-21 Championship 2017 preliminary matches
354 group nine
6 September 2016 - England 6 Norway 1 [2-0]
Weston Homes Community Stadium, Colchester
(8,454)
Rashford (3 (1 pen)), Chalobah, Loftus-Cheek, Baker
Zahid
HW
England: A.Gunn, D.Iorfa, M.Targett, Nathaniel Chalobah, Calum Chambers, K.Hause, L.Baker, James Ward-Prowseᶜ, Marcus Rashford (C.Akpom), Ruben Loftus-Cheek (D.Watmore), Nathan Redmond (D.Gray). Unused subs: J.Wildsmith, R.Holding, I.Hayden, B.Galloway.
Other squad members were Ben Chilwell, Mason Holgate, Will Hughes and Dominic Solanke. Jack Grealish, Jordan Pickford and John Swift withdrew with injuries. Akpom was brought in as a replacement.
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355 6 October 2016 - Kazakhstan 0 England 1 [0-1]
Qobylandy batyr stadιony, Aktobe
 (12,720)
Gray AW
England: F.Woodman, M.Holgate, B.Galloway, Nathaniel Chalobah, Calum Chambers, R.Holding, L.Baker, James Ward-Prowseᶜ, D.Gray (Tammy Abraham), Ruben Loftus-Cheek (D.Watmore), Nathan Redmond. Unused subs: C.Walton, J.Stephens, I.Hayden, J.Swift, J.Onomah.
Ben Chilwell, Will Hughes, Jordan Pickford and Matt Targett withdrew from the squad for the two October fixtures, with injuries. Pickford then recovered from his thigh injury and would have played against Bosnia and Herzegovina, had he not been called up to the full England squad to sit on the bench in a World Cup qualifier in Slovenia a few hours after the Under-21s' game. Onomah, Stephens and Walton were added to the squad as replacements.
356 11 October 2016 -
England 5 Bosnia and Herzegovina 0
[2-0]
Banks's Stadium, Walsall (5,263)
Swift, Abraham (2), Onomah, Watmore HW
England: C.Walton, D.Iorfa, B.Galloway, I.Hayden, J.Stephens, Nathaniel Chalobahᶜ (Calum Chambers), J.Onomah. J.Swift, Tammy Abraham (D.Gray), Jack Grealish (Nathan Redmond), D.Watmore. Unused subs: J.Mitchell, James Ward-Prowse, L.Baker, M.Holgate.
Iorfa did not travel to Kazakhstan so that he could receive treatment back at his club in Wolverhampton, but he returned for this game. Grealish travelled to Kazakhstan, but was rested because of a back problem.
Friendly matches
357 10 November 2016 - England 3 Italy 2 [1-2]
St Mary's Stadium, Southampton (11,550)
Gray, Baker, Chambers
Galloway OG, Di Francesco
HW
England: A.Gunn, I.Hayden, B.Galloway, Nathaniel Chalobah, Calum Chambers, J.Stephens, L.Baker (Tammy Abraham), James Ward-Prowseᶜ, D.Gray (D.Watmore), J.Swift (W.Hughes), Nathan Redmond. Unused subs: J.Mitchell, D.Iorfa, Jack Grealish, A.Mawson, K.Hause, Ruben Loftus-Cheek, Harry Winks.
Jordan Pickford was again taken out of the squad for the two November fixtures to sit on the bench for two Wembley full internationals against Scotland and Spain on the nights after the Under-21 games. The winning goal, in the third minute of added time, was credited to Stephens, but Chambers' initial header appears to have already crossed the line before the goalkeeper pushed it out and Stephens netted from the rebound.
358 14 November 2016 - France 3 England 2 [1-1]
Stade Robert-Bobin, Bondoufle (tbc)
Dembélé (2), Cyprien
Watmore, Baker
AL
England: J.Mitchell, D.Iorfa. K.Hause, Nathaniel Chalobahᶜ (Nathan Redmond), R.Holding (I.Hayden), A.Mawson, Jack Grealish (W.Hughes), Harry Winks (James Ward-Prowse), Tammy Abraham, L.Baker, D.Watmore. Unused subs: A.Gunn, Calum Chambers, J.Stephens, B.Galloway.
Gray, Loftus-Cheek and Swift withdrew from the squad with injuries after the game with Italy and did not travel to France.
359 24 March 2017 - Germany 1 England 0 [1-0]
BRITA-Arena, Wiesbaden (9,547)
Amiri AL
England: Jordan Pickford, M.Holgate, Ben Chilwell, Nathaniel Chalobahᶜ, J.Stephens, A.Mawson, D.Gray (Ruben Loftus-Cheek). Harry Winks (J.Swift), Tammy Abraham, L.Baker, J.Murphy. Unused subs: A.Gunn, C.Walton, Joe Gomez, W.Hughes, R.Holding, K.Hause, S.March, C.Woodrow, Jack Grealish, S.McQueen.
Izzy Brown withdrew from the squad for the two March fixtures and was replaced by Murphy.
360 27 March 2017 - Denmark 0 England 4 [0-2]
BioNutria Park, Randers (5,367)
Loftus-Cheek (2), March, Woodrow AW
England: A.Gunn, Joe Gomez, S.McQueen, W.Hughesᶜ, R.Holding, K.Hause, S.March (D.Gray), J.Swift, C.Woodrow (Tammy Abraham), Ruben Loftus-Cheek, J.Murphy (Jack Grealish). Unused subs: Jordan Pickford, C.Walton, Ben Chilwell, M.Holgate, A.Mawson, Harry Winks, J.Stephens, Nathaniel Chalobah, L.Baker.
UEFA Under-21 Championship 2017 Finals in Poland

361
group A
16 June 2017 - Sweden 0 England 0 [0-0]
Kolporter Arena, Kielce
(11,672)
  ND
England: 1.Jordan Pickford, 2.M.Holgate, 3.Ben Chilwell, 4.Nathaniel Chalobah, 5.Calum Chambers, 23.A.Mawson, 14.J.Murphy (7.D.Gray), 8.James Ward-Prowseᶜ, 9.Tammy Abraham, 10.L.Baker, 11.Nathan Redmond.
362 19 June 2017 - Slovakia 1 England 2 [1-0]
Kolporter Arena, Kielce
(12,087)
Chrien
Mawson, Redmond
NW
England: 1.Jordan Pickford, 2.M.Holgate (14.J.Murphy), 3.Ben Chilwell, 4.Nathaniel Chalobah, 5.Calum Chambers, 23.A.Mawson, 15.J.Swift (7.D.Gray), 8.James Ward-Prowseᶜ, 9.Tammy Abraham (22.C.Woodrow), 10.L.Baker, 11.Nathan Redmond.
363
22 June 2017 - England 3 Poland 0 [1-0]
Kolporter Arena, Kielce
(13,176)
Gray, Murphy, Baker (pen) AW
Jan Bednarek82
England: 1.Jordan Pickford, 2.M.Holgate, 3.Ben Chilwell, 4.Nathaniel Chalobah (19.W.Hughes), 5.Calum Chambers, 23.A.Mawson, 7.D.Gray, 8.James Ward-Prowseᶜ (9.Tammy Abraham), 15.J.Swift, 10.L.Baker, 11.Nathan Redmond (14.J.Murphy).
364

semi-final
27 June 2017 - England 2 Germany 2 [1-1]ᴭᵀ
3-4 on penalty-kicks
Stadion Miejski, Tychy (13,214)
Gray, Abraham
Selke, Platte
ND
Penalty shootout: Arnold 0-1, Baker 1-1, Gerhardt 1-1, Abraham 1-1, Philipp 1-2, Chilwell 2-2, Meyer 2-3, Ward-Prowse 3-3, Amiri 3-4, Redmond 3-4
Pickford saved from Gerhardt, Pollersbeck saved from Abraham and Redmond.
England: 1.Jordan Pickford, 2.M.Holgate (18.D.Iorfa), 3.Ben Chilwell, 4.Nathaniel Chalobah (14.J.Murphy), 5.Calum Chambers, 23.A.Mawson, 7.D.Gray (11.Nathan Redmond), 8.James Ward-Prowseᶜ, 9.Tammy Abraham, 10.L.Baker, 19.W.Hughes (15.J.Swift).
20-year-olds in UEFA finals squad: Chilwell, Gray and Holgate (Gray's 21st birthday was the day after England's exit).
19-year-old in UEFA finals squad: Abraham.
England are eliminated from the 2017 UEFA Under-21 Championship in the semi-finals. Germany are the eventual winners. Unused squad members were 6.J.Stephens, 12.M.Targett, 13.A.Gunn, 16.R.Holding, 17.K.Hause, 20.Jack Grealish and 21.J.Mitchell.

Season 2017-18
UEFA Under-21 Championship 2019 preliminary matches
365 group four
1 September 2017 - Netherlands 1 England 1 [1-1]
Stadion de Vijverberg, Doetinchem
(5,211)
Ramselaar
Calvert-Lewin
AD
England: 1.A.Gunn, 2.J.Kenny, 3.Ben Chilwell, 4.Lewis Cook, 5.Joe Gomezᶜ, 6.D.Fry, 7.J.Onomah, 12.K.Dowell (15.D.Gray), 9.Dominic Calvert-Lewin (11.Tammy Abraham), 10.Dominic Solanke (17.K.Palmer), 16.A.Lookman. Unused subs: 13.F.Woodman, 8.T.Davies, 19.Fikayo Tomori, 23.Trent Alexander-Arnold.
Mason Holgate was also in the squad for the two September fixtures. Ruben Loftus-Cheek withdrew with an injury.
366 5 September 2017 - England 3 Latvia 0 [2-0]
Vitality Stadium, Bournemouth
(8,514)
Gray, Abraham, Palmer HW
England: 1.F.Woodman, 2.Trent Alexander-Arnold, 3.Kyle Walker-Peters, 4.Lewis Cook, 5.Joe Gomezᶜ, 6.Fikayo Tomori, 7.O.Ojo (16.A.Lookman), 8.T.Davies, 9.Tammy Abraham (14.Dominic Calvert-Lewin), 10.K.Palmer (15.Dominic Solanke), 11.D.Gray. Unused subs: 13.Dean Henderson, 12.J.Worrall, 17.Ben Chilwell, 18.Ainsley Maitland-Niles.
Ojo was a late addition to the squad.
367 6 October 2017 - England 3 Scotland 1 [1-0]
Riverside Stadium, Middlesbrough
(20,126)
Onomah, Abraham (pen), Solanke
Cadden
HW
England: 1.A.Gunn, 21.Trent Alexander-Arnold, 3.Kyle Walker-Peters, 4.Lewis Cook, 5.Joe Gomezᶜ, 6.D.Fry, 7.D.Gray (2.J.Kenny), 8.J.Onomah, 9.Dominic Calvert-Lewin, 10.Dominic Solanke (12.A.Lookman), 11.Tammy Abraham (23.J.Harrison). Unused subs: 13.F.Woodman, 15.K.Dowell, 16.T.Davies, 20.Fikayo Tomori.
Goalkeeper, Dean Henderson was also in the squad for the two October fixtures. Ben Chilwell, Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Sheyi Ojo withdrew with injuries. Harry Winks was taken out of the squad and won his first full cap in a World Cup qualifier in Lithuania, two nights after the Scotland game. Harrison came in as a replacement.
368 10 October 2017 - Andorra 0 England 1 [0-1]
Estadi Comunal, Andorra la Vella
(457)
Davies AW
England: 1.A.Gunn, 2.J.Kenny, 3.Kyle Walker-Peters, 18.Ainsley Maitland-Nilesᶜ (4.Lewis Cook), 17.J.Worrall, 20.Fikayo Tomori, 16.T.Davies, 15.K.Dowell, 9.Dominic Calvert-Lewin (10.Dominic Solanke), 23.J.Harrison (7.D.Gray), 12.A.Lookman. Unused subs: 13.F.Woodman, 5.Joe Gomez, 11.Tammy Abraham, 21.Trent Alexander-Arnold.
369 10 November 2017 - Ukraine 0 England 2 [0-1]
Obolon Arena, Kyiv
(2,500)
Solanke, Lukyanchuk OG AW
England: 1.A.Gunn, 2.J.Kenny, 3.Kyle Walker-Peters, 4.Lewis Cookᶜ, 5.J.Worrall, 6.Fikayo Tomori, 7.D.Gray, 8.Ainsley Maitland-Niles (14.A.Tuanzebe), 9.Dominic Solanke (19.James Maddison), 10.K.Dowell (16.Dominic Calvert-Lewin), 11.A.Lookman. Unused subs: 13.F.Woodman, 12.J.Clarke-Salter, 15.S.Field, 17.Trent Alexander-Arnold.
Other squad members were Jack Harrison and Dean Henderson. Ben Chilwell, Tom Davies, Dael Fry and Josh Onomah withdrew from the squad with injuries. Field came in as a replacement.
Cyrille Regis International
370 24 March 2018 - England 2 Romania 1 [1-0]
Molineux Stadium, Wolverhampton
(15,314)
Gray, Clarke-Salter
Costache
HW
England: 1.Dean Henderson, 2.Trent Alexander-Arnold, 3.Kyle Walker-Peters, 4.O.Ejaria, 5.Fikayo Tomori, 6.J.Clarke-Salter, 7.K.Dowell (20.James Maddison), 8.Ainsley Maitland-Niles (21.J.Omomah), 9.Tammy Abraham (12.Dominic Calvert-Lewin), 17.D.Grayᶜ (19.J.Kenny), 11.A.Lookman. Unused subs: 13.H.Burgoyne, 14.Ben Chilwell, 15.T.Davies, 16.D.Fry, 23.J.Worrall, 24.K.Sessegnon.
Jack Harrison, Mason Holgate and Harry Winks withdrew from the squad for the two March fixtures with injuries. Burgoyne came in as cover, because two goalkeepers, Gunn and Woodman, were carrying injuries, though both would be fit for the qualifier with Ukraine.
UEFA Under-21 Championship 2019 preliminary match
371 group four
27 March 2018 - England 2 Ukraine 1 [1-0]
Bramall Lane, Sheffield
(22,601)
Calvert-Lewin, Solanke
Shaparenko
HW
England: 1.A.Gunn, 2.J.Kenny, 3.Ben Chilwell, 4.T.Davies, 5.D.Fry, 6.J.Worrall, 7.D.Grayᶜ (18.A.Lookman), 8.J.Onomah, 9.Dominic Calvert-Lewin (19.Ainsley Maitland-Niles), 10.James Maddison (20.Dominic Solanke), 11.K.Sessegnon. Unused subs: 13.F.Woodman, 12.Tammy Abraham, 15.J.Clarke-Salter, 23.Kyle Walker-Peters.
46éme Festival International Espoirs Provence - Tournoi Maurice Revello
372 26 May 2018 - England 2 China 1 [0-1]
Stade de Lattre-de-Tassigny, Aubagne (-)
Fry, Abraham
Yan
NW
  Sun Weizhe78
England: 1.F.Woodman, 2.J.Kenny, 12.J.Clarke-Salter, 4.Lewis Cookᶜ, 5.D.Fry, 6.Fikayo Tomori (3.Kyle Walker-Peters (18.T.Pearce)), 7.K.Dowell, 8.T.Davies, 9.Tammy Abraham, 14.J.Dasilva (16.H.Choudhury), 11.A.Armstrong.
Players had to have been born on, or after, 1 January, 1997, thus excluding the players reaching 22 years of age in 2018. Matches were again forty minutes each half. Harvey Barnes, Ovie Ejaria and Ainsley Maitland-Niles withdrew with injuries. Choudhury came in as a replacement.
373 29 May 2018 - Mexico 0 England 0 [0-0]
Stade d'Honneur Marcel Roustan, Salon-de-Provence (-)
  ND
England: 1.F.Woodman, 2.J.Kenny, 14.J.Dasilva, 4.Lewis Cookᶜ, 5.D.Fry. 15.E.Konsa, 7.K.Dowell (11.A.Armstrong), 16.H.Choudhury, 17.C.Connolly, 19.Eddie Nketiah (9.Tammy Abraham), 20.L.Nmecha.
Connolly also came in as a replacement. Walker-Peters suffered a thigh injury against China and withdrew from the squad.
374 1 June 2018 - England 4 Qatar 0 [1-0]
Stade Parsemain, Fos-sur-Mer (-)
Suhail OG, Vieira, Abraham, Armstrong NW
England: 13.Aaron Ramsdale, 2.J.Kenny, 12.J.Clarke-Salterᶜ, 18.T.Pearce (14.J.Dasilva), 5.D.Fry, 19.Eddie Nketiah, 20.L.Nmecha (7.K.Dowell), 8.T.Davies (4.Lewis Cook), 9.Tammy Abraham (17.C.Connolly), 10.R.Vieira, 11.A.Armstrong.
Vieira was the third replacement.
375 semi-final Johnston
Connolly, Nketiah (2)
NW
6 June 2018 - Scotland 1 England 3 [1-0]
Stade de Lattre-de-Tassigny, Aubagne (-)
England: 1.F.Woodman, 2.J.Kenny, 12.J.Clarke-Salter, 4.Lewis Cookᶜ, 5.D.Fry (6.Fikayo Tomori), 14.J.Dasilva, 7.K.Dowell, 17.C.Connolly (15.E.Konsa), 19.Eddie Nketiah, 10.R.Vieira (16.H.Choudhury), 11.A.Armstrong (9.Tammy Abraham).
376 FINAL
9 June 2018 - Mexico 1 England [1-2]
Stade Francis Turcan, Martigues (-)
Alvarado
Fry, Dowell
NW
England: 1.F.Woodman, 2.J.Kenny, 12.J.Clarke-Salter, 4.Lewis Cookᶜ, 5.D.Fry, 14.J.Dasilva, 7.K.Dowell, 17.C.Connolly (6.Fikayo Tomori), 19.Eddie Nketiah (11.A.Armstrong), 9.Tammy Abraham (20.L.Nmecha) 10.R.Vieira (16.H.Choudhury).
Despite scoring the goal that won the UEFA Under-19 Championship for England, just eleven months earlier, and now, with the Under-21s, having won a second tournament (England's third Toulon tournament win in succession), Lukas Nmecha made a single appearance for the Under-20s in the following season, scoring against Germany, and then went on to represent the Germans at both Under-21 and full international level.
From the 2018-19 season, each player was allocated a squad number to be retained for each game within an international match period.

Season 2018-19
UEFA Under-21 Championship 2019 preliminary matches
377 group four
6 September 2018 - England 0 Netherlands 0 [0-0]
Carrow Road Stadium, Norwich (16,369)
  HD
England: 1.Dean Henderson, 2.A.Wan-Bissaka, 3.Ben Chilwell, 4.Lewis Cookᶜ, 5.D.Fry. 6.E.Konsa, 7.D.Gray, 8.J.Onomah (17.T.Davies), 9.Dominic Calvert-Lewin (23.Tammy Abraham), 10.James Maddison (20.Dominic Solanke), 11.K.Sessegnon. Unused subs: 13.A.Gunn, 8.K.Dowell, 12.J.Kenny, 19.Mason Mount.
Goalkeeper, Freddie Woodman was also in the squad for the two September fixtures.
378 11 September 2018 - Latvia 1 England 2 [1-1]
Zemgales Olimpiskais centrs, Jelgava (-)
Jurkovskis
Abraham, Mount
AW
England: 1.Dean Henderson, 12.J.Kenny, 18.Kyle Walker-Peters, 15.J.Clarke-Salterᶜ, 16.Fikayo Tomori, 17.T.Davies, 21.A.Lookman (11.K.Sessegnon), 8.K.Dowell, 19.Mason Mount, 20.Dominic Solanke, 23.Tammy Abraham (9.Dominic Calvert-Lewin (14.J.Onomah)). Unused subs: 13.A.Gunn, 4.Lewis Cook, 5.D.Fry, 10.James Maddison.
Chilwell and Gray were taken out of the squad to join the full England party, with Gray staying on the bench, but Chilwell winning his first cap, as a substitute against Switzerland at Leicester, a few hours after the Under-21s' game.
379 11 October 2018 - England 7 Andorra 0 [3-0]
Proact Stadium, Chesterfield (7,147)
Lookman, Konsa, Calvert-Lewin (2 (1 pen)), Solanke, Nelson, García OG HW
England: 1.Dean Henderson, 2.J.Kenny (3.J.Dasilva), 18.Kyle Walker-Peters, 4.Lewis Cookᶜ, 5.D.Fry. 6.E.Konsa, 7.A.Lookman (13.R.Nelson), 8.T.Davies, 9.Dominic Calvert-Lewin (20.Dominic Solanke), 10.Phil Foden, 11.K.Sessegnon. Unused subs: 13.A.Gunn, 14.J.Onomah, 15.J.Clarke-Salter, 23.Tammy Abraham.
Freddie Woodman was, once again, in the squad as an unused goalkeeper for the two October fixtures. Ben Chilwell was again called up to the full international squad, for two Nations League games, playing in Croatia on the night after the Andorra game, and in Spain, three nights later. Dasilva came in as a replacement.
380 16 October 2018 - Scotland 0 England 2 [0-0]
Tynecastle Park, Edinburgh (4,122)
Nelson, Dowell AW
England: 1.Dean Henderson, 12.A.Wan-Bissaka, 3.J.Dasilva, 21.Harvey Barnes, 15.J.Clarke-Salterᶜ, 16.Fikayo Tomori, 14.J.Onomah (10.Phil Foden), 17.K.Dowell, 19.R.Nelson (11.K.Sessegnon), 20.Dominic Solanke, 23.Tammy Abraham (9.Dominic Calvert-Lewin). Unused subs: 13.A.Gunn, 4.Lewis Cook, 6.E.Konsa, 7.A.Lookman.
Friendly matches
381 15 November 2018 - Italy 1 England 2 [1-1]
Stadio Paolo Mazza, Ferrara (7,000)
Kean
Solanke (2)
AW
England: 1.Dean Henderson, 2.Kyle Walker-Peters, 3.J.Dasilva, 4.Lewis Cookᶜ, 5.J.Clarke-Salter (16.L.Kelly), 6.Fikayo Tomori, 7.D.Gray (20.R.Nelson), 8.T.Davies (17.K.Dowell), 9.Dominic Solanke (19.Dominic Calvert-Lewin), 10.Phil Foden, 11.K.Sessegnon (23.Tammy Abraham). Unused subs: 13.A.Gunn, 22.F.Woodman.
Harvey Barnes, Dael Fry, Ademola Lookman, Josh Onomah and Aaron Wan-Bissaka withdrew from the squad for the two November fixtures with injuries. Kelly was brought into the squad after being called up by the Under-20s.
382 20 November 2018 - Denmark 1 England 5 [1-2]
Blue Water Arena, Esbjerg (4,558)
Ingvartsen
Gray, Solanke
(2), Calvert-Lewin (2 (1 pen))
AW
England: 1.Dean Henderson, 2.Kyle Walker-Peters (6.Fikayo Tomori), 3.J.Dasilva (16.L.Kelly), 4.Lewis Cookᶜ (8.T.Davies), 15.E.Konsa, 14.J.Simpson, 7.D.Gray (11.K.Sessegnon), 20.R.Nelson, 9.Dominic Solanke, 10.Phil Foden (19.Dominic Calvert-Lewin), 17.K.Dowell. Unused subs: 13.A.Gunn, 22.F.Woodman.
Clarke-Salter withdrew from the squad after the Italy game. Simpson was brought into the squad for this game.
383 21 March 2019 - England 1 Poland 1 [1-1]
Ashton Gate, Bristol (25,119)
Calvert-Lewin
Szymański
HD
England: 13.A.Gunn, 2.J.Kennyᶜ, 3.J.Dasilva, 4.K.Dowell (24.H.Choudhury), 5.Fikayo Tomori, 6.L.Kelly, 7.A.Lookman (21.D.Gray), 8.James Maddison, 9.Dominic Calvert-Lewin (20.Dominic Solanke), 10.Phil Foden (14.T.Davies), 11.R.Nelson (18.Harvey Barnes). Unused subs: 22.F.Woodman, 15.D.Fry, 16.J.Clarke-Salter, 17.Kyle Walker-Peters, 19.K.Sessegnon, 25.E.Konsa.
Tammy Abraham and Aaron Wan-Bissaka withdrew from the squad for the two March fixtures with injuries. On his arrival for his first Under-21 call-up, Callum Hudson-Odoi was immediately sent away to make his full international debut as a substitute against the Czech Republic in a qualifier at Wembley on the night after the Poland game, and then made his first start in Montenegro, three nights later. Angus Gunn went on to represent Scotland at full international level.
384 26 March 2019 - England 1 Germany 2 [1-1]
Vitality Stadium, Bournemouth (10,942)
Solanke
Dahoud, Uduokhai
HL
England: 1.Dean Henderson, 17.Kyle Walker-Peters, 19.K.Sessegnon (3.J.Dasilva), 4.K.Dowell (24.H.Choudhury), 15.D.Fry (E.Konsa), 16.J.Clarke-Salter, 14.T.Davies (Dominic Calvert-Lewin), 21.D.Gray, 20.Dominic Solankeᶜ (8.James Maddison), 10.Phil Foden, 18.Harvey Barnes (7.A.Lookman). Unused subs: 13.A.Gunn, 22.F.Woodman, 2.J.Kenny, 5.Fikayo Tomori, 6.L.Kelly.
Ademola Lookman went on to play for Nigeria at full international level.
In even-numbered years, England had been able to field their first-choice under-21 teams in the Toulon Tournament, but in the two previous editions that were held in odd-numbered years, they had to compromise their selection due to upcoming UEFA competitions. Two years earlier, a second-string under-20 squad had deputised for the eventual under-20 World Cup winners and won the tournament, but in 2015, and again in 2019, the age limit had been increased to aid those countries preparing for the following year's Olympic football tournament, and with the UEFA Under-21 Championship looming, England's Under-20s once again stepped in, boosted with the addition of three 21-year-olds and two 22-year-olds. Each of England's opponents in the tournament were also under-21 teams, with the exception of Portugal, who fielded an under-19 side. This was the first edition whereby all matches were a full ninety minutes long. Previously, they had been of eighty minutes' duration.
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385 Group A
1 June 2019 - England 1 Japan 2 [1-0]
Stade de Lattre-de-Tassigny, Aubagne (tbc)
Chalobah
Ominami, Naganuma
NL
England: 1.E.Balcombe, 12.Z.Sessegnon, 3.T.Pearce (18.M.Lowe), 4.S.Field, 5.Marc Guéhi, 6.T.Chalobahᶜ, 14.G.Hirst (21.D.Loader), 16.K.Edwards (19.J.Sims), 20.P.Dasilva (17.J.Bogle), 10.M.Tavernier, 11.D.McNeil.
The age criteria was unchanged from the previous year, so players had to have been born on, or after, 1 January, 1997, which meant that those reaching 22 years of age during 2019 were additionally allowed. The Football Association once again classed these games as England Under-20, to distinguish them from those taking part in the upcoming UEFA Under-21 Championship, even though five members of the 22-man squad (Edwards, Field, Lowe, Pearce and Sims) were over twenty years of age and, therefore, ineligible for any other under-20 internationals. It was reported that Flynn Downes had been named in the squad, but withdrew with an injury before it was announced. Dasilva was later added as the 22nd member. 21-year-old Easah Suliman and goalkeeper, Nathan Trott also withdrew because of injury.
386 4 June 2019 - England 2 Portugal 3 [1-3]
Stade d'Honneur Marcel Roustan, Salon-de-Provence (tbc)
Nketiah, Willock
Marcos Paulo, Cardoso, Correia
NL
Balcombe saved a penalty from Embaló in added time at the end of the match.
England: 13.R.Schofield (1.E.Balcombe), 2.Reece James, 15.Conor Gallagher, 18.M.Lowe, 19.J.Sims (16.K.Edwards), 6.T.Chalobahᶜ, 7.Eberechi Eze, 8.J.Willock, 9.Eddie Nketiah, 22.J.Shackleton (21.D.Loader), 11.D.McNeil (10.M.Tavernier).
Schofield and Shackleton came in as replacements, but Schofield picked up an injury in the warm-up and was substituted at half-time, before withdrawing from the squad.
387 7 June 2019 - England 1 Chile 2 [1-0]
Stade Parsemain, Fos-sur-Mer (tbc)
Willock
Jara, Guéhi OG
NL
England: 1.E.Balcombe, 2.Reece James (4.S.Field (15.Conor Gallagher)), 3.T.Pearce, 12.Z.Sessegnon, 5.Marc Guéhi, 6.T.Chalobahᶜ, 7.Eberechi Eze (19.J.Sims), 8.J.Willock, 9.Eddie Nketiah, 10.M.Tavernier, 16.K.Edwards (11.D.McNeil).
Field substituted as James was stretchered off, but then picked up an injury himself and both withdrew from the squad.
388 ninth-place play-off
11 June 2019 - England 4 Guatemala 0 [4-0]
Stade d'Honneur, Mallemort (tbc)
Hirst (2), Nketiah (pen), McNeil NW
England: 13.N.Bishop, 17.J.Bogle, 3.T.Pearce, 18.M.Lowe, 5.Marc Guéhi (10.M.Tavernier), 20.P.Dasilva (15.Conor Gallagher), 21.D.Loader (19.J.Sims), 22.J.Shackleton, 9.Eddie Nketiah, 14.G.Hirstᶜ, 11.D.McNeil (16.K.Edwards).
Bishop had joined the squad as a replacement for Schofield. Sessegnon was suspended. The match was delayed for three hours and switched to a different venue because the pitch at Stade Marcel Cerdan in Carnoux-en-Provence was waterlogged.
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UEFA Under-21 Championship 2019 Finals in Italy and San Marino

389
group C
18 June 2019 - England 1 France 2 [0-0]
Orogel Stadium Dino Manuzzi, Cesena (11,288)
Foden
Ikoné, Wan-Bissaka OG
NL
Henderson saved Dembélé's 25th-minute penalty. Aouar then hit the post from a 66th-minute penalty following Choudhury's dismissal, with England leading.
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England: 1.Dean Henderson, 2.A.Wan-Bissaka, 3.J.Dasilva, 4.J.Clarke-Salterᶜ, 5.Fikayo Tomori, 16.H.Choudhury, 7.D.Gray (23.Tammy Abraham), 8.James Maddison, 9.Dominic Solanke (18.Mason Mount), 10.Phil Foden, 11.K.Sessegnon (19.Dominic Calvert-Lewin).
390 21 June 2019 - England 2 Romania 4 [0-0]
Orogel Stadium Dino Manuzzi, Cesena
 (8,440)
Gray, Abraham
Puşcaş (pen), Hagi, Coman (2)
NL
England: 1.Dean Henderson, 12.J.Kenny, 3.J.Dasilva (23.Tammy Abraham), 4.J.Clarke-Salterᶜ, 5.Fikayo Tomori, 6.K.Dowell, 7.D.Gray, 8.James Maddison, 18.Mason Mount, 19.Dominic Calvert-Lewin, 17.Harvey Barnes (11.K.Sessegnon (10.Phil Foden)).
391 24 June 2019 - Croatia 3 England 3 [1-1]
San Marino Stadium, Serravalle (3,512)
Nelson (pen), Maddison, Kenny
Brekalo (2), Vlašić
ND
England: 1.Dean Henderson, 12.J.Kenny, 14.L.Kelly, 4.J.Clarke-Salterᶜ (15.E.Konsa), 5.Fikayo Tomori, 6.K.Dowell (18.Mason Mount), 7.D.Gray, 8.James Maddison (20.M.Gibbs-White), 23.Tammy Abraham, 10.Phil Foden, 21.R.Nelson.
Sessegnon pulled a hamstring against Romania and was ruled out. Demarai Gray went on to win full international caps for Jamaica.
20-year-olds in UEFA finals squad: Kelly and Mount.
19-year-olds in UEFA finals squad: Foden, Gibbs-White, Nelson and Sessegnon.
England are eliminated from the 2019 UEFA Under-21 Championship at the group stage. Spain are the eventual winners. Unused squad members were 13.A.Gunn and 22.F.Woodman.
From the 2019-20 season, teams were allowed to have nine players on the substitutes' bench in the UEFA Under-21 Championship, with a maximum of five substitutions per team to be made during the match.
Season 2019-20
UEFA Under-21 Championship 2021 preliminary matches
392 group three
6 September 2019 - Turkey 2 England 3 [1-1]
Kocaeli Stadyumu, İzmit (14,955)
Sinik, Müldür
Nketiah (2), Nelson
AW
England: 1.Aaron Ramsdale, 2.M.Aarons, 3.J.Panzo, 4.T.Chalobah, 15.Marc Guéhi, 6.T.Daviesᶜ, 7.R.Nelson (19.R.Brewster), 8.M.Gibbs-White (5.Ben Godfrey), 9.Eddie Nketiah, 10.Phil Foden, 11.Z.Sessegnon (23.Mason Greenwood). Unused subs: 22.E.Balcombe, 12.O.Richards, 16.O.Skipp, 17.T.Cantwell, 18.James Justin, 20.Eberechi Eze.
Other squad members for the two September fixtures were Grady Diangana, Nathan Trott and Ben Wilmot. Dwight McNeil and Joe Willock withdrew with injuries. Diangana and Eze joined as replacements.
393 9 September 2019 - England 2 Kosovo 0 [1-0]
KCOM Stadium, Hull (15,258)
Foden (2) HW
England: 1.Aaron Ramsdale, 2.M.Aarons (18.James Justin), 4.T.Chalobah, 15.Marc Guéhi, 5.Ben Godfreyᶜ, 6.T.Davies, 7.R.Nelson (Mason Greenwood), 8.M.Gibbs-White (T.Cantwell), 9.Eddie Nketiah (R.Brewster), 10.Phil Foden, 11.Z.Sessegnon. Unused subs: 22.E.Balcombe, 3.J.Panzo, 12.O.Richards, 16.O.Skipp, 20.Eberechi Eze.
Friendly match
394 11 October 2019 - Slovenia 2 England 2 [0-1]
Stadion Ljudski vrt, Maribor (200)
Petrović, Pišek
Nketiah (pen), Surridge
AD
England: 1.Aaron Ramsdale, 2.M.Aarons (18.James Justin), 3.J.Panzo, 15.Marc Guéhi, 5.L.Kelly (16.O.Skipp), 6.T.Daviesᶜ, 7.Callum Hudson-Odoi (19.R.Brewster), 8.J.Willock (12.O.Richards), 9.Eddie Nketiah (23.S.Surridge), 10.Phil Foden (21.Conor Gallagher), 20.D.McNeil (14.B.Wilmot). Unused subs: 22.E.Balcombe, 13.B.Austin.
Todd Cantwell, Trevoh Chalobah, Morgan Gibbs-White, Mason Greenwood, Reece James and Reiss Nelson pulled out of the squad for the two October fixtures with injuries. Gallagher, Richards, Surridge and Wilmot came in as replacements.
UEFA Under-21 Championship 2021 preliminary match
395 group three
15 October 2019 - England 5 Austria 1 [4-0]
Stadium MK, Milton Keynes (11,772)
Hudson-Odoi (2), Nketiah (3)
Baumgartner
HW
England: 1.Aaron Ramsdale, 2.M.Aarons (11.Z.Sessegnon), 18.James Justin, 15.Marc Guéhi, 5.L.Kelly, 6.T.Daviesᶜ, 7.Callum Hudson-Odoi (21.Conor Gallagher), 8.J.Willock (16.O.Skipp), 9.Eddie Nketiah (23.S.Surridge), 10.Phil Foden, 20.D.McNeil (19.R.Brewster). Unused subs: 22.E.Balcombe, 3.J.Panzo, 12.O.Richards, 14.B.Wilmot.
396
15 November 2019 - Albania 0 England 3 [0-2]
Stadiumi Loro Boriçi, Shkodër (1,050)
Foden, Gallagher, Nelson AW
Brewster hit the post with a 36th-minute penalty.
England: 1.Aaron Ramsdale, 12.Reece James, 3.J.Panzo (18.James Justin), 4.Ben Godfrey, 15.Marc Guéhi, 6.T.Daviesᶜ, 19.R.Brewster (11.K.Sessegnon), 8.J.Willock (7.R.Nelson), 9.Mason Greenwood, 10.Phil Foden (23.Eberechi Eze), 21.Conor Gallagher. Unused subs: 22.E.Balcombe, 24.B.Austin, 2.M.Aarons, 16.O.Skipp, 20.D.McNeil.
Lloyd Kelly and Sam Surridge withdrew from the squad for the two November fixtures with injuries.
Friendly match
397 19 November 2019 - Netherlands 2 England 1 [1-0]
Stadion De Vijverberg, Doetinchem (tbc)
Sierhuis, Dilrosun
Greenwood
AL
England: 1.Aaron Ramsdaleᶜ, 2.M.Aarons (12.Reece James), 18.James Justin, 14.T.Chalobah, 15.Marc Guéhi, 16.O.Skipp, 17.G.Diangana (11.K.Sessegnon), 23.Eberechi Eze (7.R.Nelson), 19.R.Brewster (9.Mason Greenwood), 10.Phil Foden (J.Willock), 21.Conor Gallagher (D.McNeil). Unused subs: 22.E.Balcombe, 3.J.Panzo, 4.Ben Godfrey, 6.T.Davies.
Grady Diangana went on to represent the Democratic Republic of the Congo at full international level.

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