England Announced Their Squads for Qatar World Cup

Gareth Southgate announced his team for the Qatar World Cup. The 26 Three Lions will soon fly off for the biggest football tournament. England’s manager brings some surprise for the fans in the announcement.

England 26-Man Squad for 2022 World Cup


  • Jordan Pickford
  • Nick Pope
  • Aaron Ramsdale


  • Trent Alexander-Arnold
  • Conor Coady
  • Eric Dier
  • Harry Maguire
  • Luke Shaw
  • John Stones
  • Kieran Trippier
  • Kyle Walker
  • Ben White


  • Jude Bellingham
  • Conor Gallagher
  • Jordan Henderson
  • Mason Mount
  • Kalvin Phillips
  • Declan Rice


  • Phil Foden
  • Jack Grealish
  • Harry Kane
  • James Maddison
  • Marcus Rashford
  • Bukayo Saka
  • Raheem Sterling
  • Callum Wilson

(Besides England, some teams also announced their squad, including Brazil, Germany, and France.)

Marcus Rashford has been out of the England team since 2020. After missing his spot at the Euro 2020 final, he didn’t appear for national games. However, he recently got his place back under the observation of Erik Ten Hag, which earned him a place in the world cup tour.

Naming James Maddison got everyone’s eyes, and it was an emotional moment for all the England football followers. Former England boss Roy Hodgson said about taking Leicester men on the world cup trip, “Yes, I think taking Madison was a very good decision. As you say, Maddison has been in excellent form, and he brings a different type of play to the midfield that the others necessarily can’t.”

Ivan Toney and Tammy Abraham left out for the World Cup. Well, that’s opened a place for Newcastle forward Callum Wilson. He got his place on the plane after Wilson made six goals in ten Premier League appearances.

Trent Alexander-Arnold’s place in the Qatar World wasn’t confirmed even in the afternoon. Liverpool icon Robbie Fowler helped a lot to ensure Arnold’s place.

Fowler said, “I heard people saying Gareth Southgate can’t trust him because of his defensive liabilities. But Alexander-Arnold is a young player who’s won absolutely everything to be in the game. He’s won the Premier League, the Club World Cup, the Champions League, the FA Cup, and so on.”

Calvert-Lewin’s absence in the World Cup will surely disappoint fans. But his shoulder dislocated injury won’t allow him to appear in the Qatar World Cup.

Gareth Southgate said about the selection of the World Cup squad, “You want different options for different stages of matches and for different stages for the tournament as well.”

We think the balance is there. We’ve got cover in positions that we need. We think we’ve got everything we need.”


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Shebbroto Halder has been writing for years on Football. He has also played Football at the state level in his time. His passion for Football has made him what he is today. He enjoys keeping up with everything related to Football.


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