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What are the numbers on England’s shirts against Montenegro? Legacy numbers explained

Gareth Southgate's legacy number shirt
’s legacy quantity proven on a shirt (Picture: The FA)

Each England shall be sporting a singular quantity on the entrance of their shirts in the sport against Montenegro on Thursday, as a part of the celebrations of the group’s 1,000th sport.

The qualifier at Wembley is England’s 1,000th match, relationship all the means again to 1872, and it will likely be recognised in numerous methods.

One of these is that each participant in England’s historical past has been assigned a particular ‘legacy number’ which represents once they represented their nation.

So the goalkeeper in the first ever England worldwide, Robert Barker, is primary, and the most just lately capped Three Lions participant, Tyrone Mings, is no 1,244.

James Maddison and Fikayo Tomori are the two gamers in the squad that are but to play for the first group, so are but to be assigned a quantity.

The FA have put collectively the full listing of legacy numbers, which you’ll find right here.

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Notable gamers embrace Billy Wright (#658), Bobby Charlton (#767), Geoff Hurst (#843), Gary Lineker (#979) and Wayne Rooney (#1125), whereas England boss Gareth Southgate is #1071.

England squad legacy numbers

  • #1170 Jordan Henderson
  • #1181 Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain
  • #1190 Raheem Sterling
  • #1196 Ross Barkley
  • #1202 John Stones
  • #1204 Fabian Delph
  • #1207
  • #1213 Danny Rose
  • #1215 Marcus Rashford
  • #1216 Tom Heaton
  • #1222 Kieran Trippier
  • #1223 Harry Maguire
  • #1224 Harry Winks
  • #1225 Jordan Pickford
  • #1227 Tammy Abraham
  • #1228 Joe Gomez
  • #1233 Trent Alexander-Arnold
  • #1234 Nick Pope
  • #1235 Ben Chilwell
  • #1236 Jadon Sancho
  • #1239 Callum Wilson
  • #1241 Declan Rice
  • #1242 Callum Hudson-Odoi
  • #1243 Mason Mount
  • #1244 Tyrone Mings

James Maddison and Fikayo Tomori haven’t been capped for England but so haven’t bought a legacy quantity.

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