England: national football players with most goals scored of all time as of 2020

Wayne Rooney is regarded as one of the most successful players in the history of English football. Over his 15 year career in the national football team of England, he scored a total of 53 goals, making him the the player with most goals scored so far.

England’s national football team represents England in international football

   During the Fifa World Cup in 2018, England’s national team finished fourth after a 2-0 defeat at Belgium. During the 2016 UEFA European Championship, England reached the knockout phase where it suffered defeat by Iceland.

Most attended game at Wembley

   The most attended match of the English national football team in 2018 was against Italy on Wembley Stadium. 82,598 people attended that game. However, since 1959, the record for highest attendance has been held by the international friendly match against Brazil on Maracana Stadium in Rio De Janeiro with approximately 160 thousand attendees.

All time top goal scorers of the national football team of England as of June 2020, by goals scored

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Release date

June 2020

Region

United Kingdom (England)

Survey time period

30th June 2020

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