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AppearancesEdit

Most appearances
Zoltán Gera, 156, 16 August 2000 – 28 June 2018
Other centurions
Gábor Király, 152, 25 March 1998 – 10 July 2016
Roland Juhász, 150, 6 March 2001 – 10 July 2016
Krisztián Vadócz, 140, 2 April 2003 – 24 June 2018
Csaba Csordás, 137, 23 February 2000 – 13 July 2014
Péter Czvitkovics, 134, 31 March 2004 – 14 November 2017
Balázs Dzsudzsák, 132, 30 March 2005 – 28 June 2018
Krisztián Kenesei, 127, 23 February 2000 – 1 July 2012
Leandro, 120, 13 February 2002 – 7 October 2017
Zsolt Löw, 118, 6 March 2001 – 13 July 2014
Krisztián Liszets, 117, 9 March 1994 – 30 June 2004
Zoltán Balog, 115, 27 March 2002 – 1 July 2012
Zsolt Bárányos, 112, 12 February 2002 – 13 July 2014
Tamás Priskin, 109, 17 August 2005 – 24 June 2018
Attila Tököli, 106, 29 March 2000 – 1 July 2012
Richárd Guzmics, 103, 5 April 2006 – 24 June 2018
József Bozsik, 101, 17 August 1947 – 18 April 1962
Zsolt Korcsmár, 100, 30 May 2006 – 28 June 2018
Vilmos Vanczák, 100, 20 May 2004 – 6 July 2016
First player to reach 100 appearances
József Bozsik, 23 December 1961, 1–1 vs. Uruguay
Fastest to reach 100 appearances
Krisztián Kenesei, 8 years 105 days, 9 March 1994 – 22 June 2002
Most consecutive appearances
Balázs Dzsudzsák, 101, 30 May 2006 – 28 June 2018
Krisztián Kenesei, 101, 9 March 1994 – 21 August 2002
Most appearances as a substitute
Márkó Futács, 30, 3 June 2011 – 10 October 2017
Most consecutive appearances as a substitute
József Varga, 7, 25 March – 10 October 2017
Most appearances as a substitute without ever starting a game
Csaba Csizmadia, 14, 6 February 2007 – 19 November 2008
Most appearances without ever playing a complete game
Ákos Füzi, 11, 5 June 1999 – 9 October 2004
Most appearances in competitive matches (World Cup, European Championship and qualifiers)
Zoltán Gera, 102, 3 September 2000 – 28 June 2018
Longest England career
Imre Schlosser, 21 years 2 days, 7 October 1906 – 9 October 1927
Shortest England career
Balázs Berdó, 17 minutes, 8 September 2004, 5–0 vs. Iceland
Most consecutive appearances comprising entire England career
Ádám Nagy, 51, 7 June 2014 – 28 June 2018
Youngest player
Imre Schlosser, 16 years 361 days, 7 October 1906, 4–4 vs. Bohemia
Oldest player
Gábor Király, 40 years 100 days, 10 July 2016, 3–0 vs. France
Most appearances at the World Cup finals
Zoltán Gera, 27, 2 June 2002 – 28 June 2018
Most appearances without ever playing at the World Cup finals
Imre Schlosser, 68, 7 October 1906 – 9 October 1927
Appearances at three World Cup final tournaments
Tom Finney, 1950, 1954 and 1958
Billy Wright, 1950, 1954 and 1958
Bobby Charlton, 1962, 1966 and 1970
Bobby Moore, 1962, 1966 and 1970
Peter Shilton, 1982, 1986 and 1990
Bryan Robson, 1982, 1986 and 1990
Terry Butcher, 1982, 1986 and 1990
David Beckham, 1998, 2002 and 2006
Michael Owen, 1998, 2002 and 2006
Sol Campbell, 1998, 2002 and 2006
Ashley Cole, 2002, 2006 and 2010
Steven Gerrard, 2006, 2010 and 2014
Frank Lampard, 2006, 2010 and 2014
Wayne Rooney, 2006, 2010 and 2014
Most non-playing selections for the World Cup finals
Alan Hodgkinson, 2, 1958 and 1962
George Eastham, 2, 1962 and 1966
Viv Anderson, 2, 1982 and 1986
Chris Woods, 2, 1986 and 1990
Nigel Martyn, 2, 1998 and 2002
Martin Keown, 2, 1998 and 2002
David James, 2, 2002 and 2006
Oldest player to feature at the World Cup finals
Peter Shilton, 40 years, 292 days, 7 July 1990, 1–2 vs. Italy
Oldest outfield player to feature at the World Cup finals
Stanley Matthews, 39 years, 145 days, 26 June 1954, 2–4 vs. Uruguay
Youngest player to feature at the World Cup finals
James Harrison, 18 years, 128 days, 14 June 2014, 1–2 vs. Italy
Oldest player to feature in a World Cup qualifying match
Stanley Matthews, 42 years, 103 days, 5 May 1957, 4–1 vs. Denmark
Youngest player to feature in a World Cup qualifying match
James Harrison, 17 years, 44 days, 22 March 2013, 8–0 vs. San Marino
First player to debut at the World Cup finals
Laurie Hughes, 25 June 1950, 2–0 vs. Chile
Last player to debut at the World Cup finals
Allan Clarke, 7 June 1970, 1–0 vs. Czechoslvakia
Most appearances at the European Championship finals
Gary Neville, 11, 8 June 1996 – 24 June 2004
Most consecutive appearances at the European Championship finals
Stuart Pearce, 8, 11 June 1992 – 26 June 1996
Alan Shearer, 8, 8 June 1996 – 20 June 2000
Ashley Cole, 8, 13 June 2004 – 24 June 2012
Steven Gerrard, 8, 13 June 2004 – 24 June 2012
Most appearances without ever playing at the European Championship finals
Rio Ferdinand, 81, 15 November 1997 – 4 June 2011
Appearances at three European Championship final tournaments
Tony Adams, 1988, 1996 and 2000
Alan Shearer, 1992, 1996 and 2000
Gary Neville, 1996, 2000 and 2004
Sol Campbell, 1996, 2000 and 2004
Steven Gerrard, 2000, 2004 and 2012
Wayne Rooney, 2004, 2012 and 2016
Most non-playing selections for the European Championship finals
Tony Dorigo, 2, 1988 and 1992
Ian Walker, 2, 1996 and 2004
Oldest player to feature at the European Championship finals
Peter Shilton, 38 years, 271 days, 15 June 1988, 1–3 vs. Netherlands
Oldest outfield player to feature at the European Championship finals
Stuart Pearce, 34 years, 63 days, 26 June 1996, 1–1 vs. Germany
Youngest player to feature at the European Championship finals
Marcus Rashford, 18 years, 228 days, 16 June 2016, 2–1 vs. Wales
Oldest player to feature in a European Championship qualifying match
David Seaman, 39 years, 27 days, 16 October 2002, 2–2 vs. Macedonia
Oldest outfield player to feature in a European Championship qualifying match
Stuart Pearce, 37 years, 137 days, 8 September 1999, 0–0 vs. Poland
Youngest player to feature in a European Championship qualifying match
Wayne Rooney, 17 years, 156 days, 29 March 2003, 2–0 vs. Liechtenstein
First player to debut at the European Championship finals
Tommy Wright, 8 June 1968, 0–1 vs. Yugoslavia
Most appearances on aggregate at the World Cup and European Championship finals
Ashley Cole, 22, 2 June 2002 – 24 June 2012
Most appearances without ever playing at the World Cup finals or the European Championship finals
Emlyn Hughes, 62, 5 November 1969 – 24 May 1980
Fewest appearances while still playing at the World Cup finals and European Championship finals
Tommy Wright, 11, 8 June 1968 – 7 June 1970
Most appearances without ever being in a World Cup or European Championship finals squad
Mick Channon, 46, 11 October 1972 – 7 September 1977
Most appearances without featuring in a competitive match
George Eastham, 19, 8 May 1963 – 3 July 1966
Most Home International (British Championship) appearances
Billy Wright, 38, 28 September 1946 – 11 April 1959
Most appearances without ever playing on a losing team
David Rocastle, 14, 14 September 1988 – 17 May 1992
Most appearances without ever playing on a winning team
Tommy Banks, 6, 18 May 1958 – 4 October 1958
Most appearances against a single opponent
Billy Wright, 13 vs. Northern Ireland, 28 September 1946 – 4 October 1958 and vs. Scotland, 12 April 1947 – 11 April 1959
Most appearances against a single non-British opponent
Alan Ball, 8 vs. West Germany, 12 May 1965 – 12 March 1975
Most appearances at the old Wembley
Peter Shilton, 52, 25 November 1970 – 22 May 1990
Most appearances at the new Wembley
Joe Hart, 37, 24 May 2010 – 14 November 2017
Most appearances at a single non-English ground
Billy Wright, 7, Windsor Park, Belfast, 28 September 1946 – 4 October 1958
Most appearances at a single non-British ground
Glenn Hoddle, 5, Azteca Stadium, Mexico City, 6 June 1985 – 22 June 1986
Kenny Sansom, 5, Azteca Stadium, Mexico City, 6 June 1985 – 22 June 1986
Most consecutive years of appearances
David Seaman, 15, 1988 to 2002 inclusive
Rio Ferdinand, 15, 1997 to 2011 inclusive
Most appearances in a single calendar year
Jack Charlton, 16, 1966
Longest wait between appearances
Ian Callaghan, 11 years 49 days, 20 July 1966, 2–0 vs. France – 7 September 1977, 0–0 vs. Switzerland
Most tournaments appeared in consecutively
Sol Campbell 6, UEFA Euro 1996 – 2006 World Cup
Wayne Rooney, 6, UEFA Euro 2004 – UEFA Euro 2016
Appearances in three separate decades
Sam Hardy, 1900s, 1910s, 1920s
Jesse Pennington, 1900s, 1910s, 1920s
Stanley Matthews, 1930s, 1940s, 1950s
Bobby Charlton, 1950s, 1960s, 1970s
Emlyn Hughes, 1960s, 1970s, 1980s
Peter Shilton, 1970s, 1980s, 1990s
Tony Adams, 1980s, 1990s, 2000s
David Seaman, 1980s, 1990s, 2000s
Wes Brown, 1990s, 2000s, 2010s
Jamie Carragher, 1990s, 2000s, 2010s
Rio Ferdinand, 1990s, 2000s, 2010s
Emile Heskey, 1990s, 2000s, 2010s
David James, 1990s, 2000s, 2010s
Frank Lampard, 1990s, 2000s, 2010s
First player to make tournament appearances in three separate decades
Tony Adams, UEFA Euro 1988; UEFA Euro 1996 and 1998 FIFA World Cup; UEFA Euro 2000
Most appearances on aggregate by a set of brothers
Gary and Philip Neville, 144, 1995 – 2007
Most appearances in the same team by a set of brothers
Gary and Philip Neville, 31, 23 May 1996 – 7 February 2007
Most consecutive appearances by an unchanged team
6, 23 July 1966 – 16 November 1966
Appearances under most different managers
Gareth Barry, 8, 31 May 2000 – 26 May 2012
First appearance by a player who had never played for an English club
Joe Baker, of Hibernian, 18 November 1959, 2–1 vs. Northern Ireland
First player to debut as a substitute
Norman Hunter, 8 December 1965, 2–0 vs. Spain
Last appearance by a player from outside the top division of a country
Jack Butland, 7 June 2018, 2–0 vs. Costa Rica
Most appearances by a player from outside the top division of a country
Johnny Haynes, 32, 2 October 1954 – 28 May 1959
Most appearances by a player from outside the top two divisions
Reg Matthews, 5, 14 April 1956 – 6 October 1956
Most appearances by a player from outside the English League system
David Beckham, 55, 20 August 2003 – 14 October 2009
Club providing the most England internationals in total
Tottenham Hotspur, 78
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