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Before we say goodbye to 2017 it is worth remembering that it was perhaps one of the most successful years for the combined England teams and a look at their achievements below really underlines how impressive this year was.
• Men's seniors: 2018 World Cup qualification• Women's seniors: Euro semi-final• Men's U21s: Euro semi-final• Men's U20s: World Cup winners• Men's U19s: European champions• Women's U19s: U20 World Cup qualification• Men's U18s: Toulon Tournament winners• Men's U17s: World Cup winners and Euro runners-upEngland CP: World Championship semi-final
The England Men’s Senior team now look to prepare for the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia, with friendlies against Netherlands Away on 23 March and Italy at home on 27 March already booked in. Although there is still plenty of domestic football left to play, no doubt the England players will be getting excited about the prospect of pulling on an England top and representing our nation in the summer.
2017 has been a year that has given us plenty to look back on and your support of the England Senior Men’s team both home and away has been fantastic.
We wish you and your families a very Happy New Year and ask – what has been your favourite England moment of 2017?
Happy New Year!
England Supporters Club.
A happy New Year to all the staff who look after the England Supporters Travel Club. I appreciate everything that you have done, and no doubt will continue to do, to look after the membership.
Here’s to a successful 2018 and a great time for us all exploring and experiencing all that Russia has to offer!
Ditto Gerard's comments.
England v Nigeria
Saturday 02 June 2018, kick off 17:15