The England National Soccer team is one of the oldest national teams in soccer, competing in the first international soccer match in 1872 against Scotland. England National is controlled by The Football Association, the governing body for football (soccer) in England. England’s soccer team has had many showings in the FIFA World Cup and the UEFA European Championship tournaments over their long history in the soccer world. In 1966, England National team won their first and only FIFA World Cup. Their win at the world cup was hosted by England in their home, Wembley Stadium, where they competed against West Germany, winning with a final score of 4-2. The closest that England has gotten to the World Cup since their win was in 1990 when they reached the semi-finals. England hasn’t been able to be the most successful international football nation, but some of the greatest players have come from the league, including Alan Shearer, Jimmy Greaves, David Beckham, Bobby Moore and Stuart Pearce.
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England National Soccer Team vs. Germany
One of the biggest rivalries between European countries is between England and Germany. The international soccer rivalry of England and Germany is taken more seriously on the English side. The first meeting between England and Germany was in 1899, which was followed by England National Team beating Germany in four straight matches. Important matches that have occurred in the rivalry was in the 1966 World Cup Final, where England won, and the 1990 World Cup and 1996 Euro semi-finals when Germany took the wins. England National Team has played Germany 30 times, with Germany winning the series having 14 wins against England overall.
1966 FIFA World Cup
1966 represented the 1st time that England hosted the FIFA World Cup, and the team came into the tournament facing a ton of pressure. Wins against Uruguay and Argentina helped push the England National Soccer Team out of the group stage. England went on to defeat Portugal to reach their 2nd ever World Cup quarterfinals. England would go on to play West Germany to a winning game of 4-2 for England.
England National Soccer Team Event Guide
Where does the England National Soccer Team Play?
England plays at a number of stadiums across the globe, but their home stadium is Wembley Stadium. Wembley Stadium is located in London, and can seat 90,000 fans. Attending a England National Soccer Team game at Wembley Stadium is one of the top soccer experiences in international competition.
How can I buy cheap England National Soccer Team tickets?
TicketCity has a large selection of England National Soccer Team tickets, including some of the lowest priced tickets on the market. Ticket prices to England National Soccer Team games fluctuate based on demand. Bigger matchups and bigger tournaments like the World Cup and European Championship typically have a higher demand & ticket prices. Marquee matchups with teams like the Spain, Germany and Portugal can raise ticket prices, while prices fall for tickets to less anticipated friendlies and opponents.