England’s Under-21s will be hoping to follow in the footsteps of their junior sides when they head to the European Championships in Poland later this summer.
The Under-20s are through to the semi-finals of the World Cup, when they will face Italy on Thursday, thanks to a 1-0 win over Mexico on Monday.
And a second Under-20s side has won all three of their group matches at the Toulon Tournament as they look to retain their crown.
Under-21s boss Aidy Boothroyd has named his squad to travel to Poland later this summer, with Sunderland’s Jordan Pickford, Arsenal’s Calum Chambers and Southampton’s James Ward-Prowse among the leading names, with England drawn in Group A alongside Poland, Slovakia and Sweden.
But how well do you know the history of the Under-21s? We’ve given you five minutes to name the top 15 scorers in the side’s history – and have given you the clubs each player appeared for at the time of their goals as a hint.
Does this bode well for Manchester United?
Featuring lots of Jose, obviously.
Roy Keane was not impressed by Arsenal.
Can we watch Napoli every day?
“A world-class goalscorer.”
Things could have been very different.
Manchester United’s Treble has many iconic images.
Steve McManaman says inconsistency is the issue.
How well do you know your Latin club mottos?
In honour of Marco Asensio.