List of Sheffield United F.C. international players

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Since Sheffield United F.C.'s formation in 1889, over 80 players have played at senior international level whilst registered with the club. United's first internationals were defenders Harry Lilley and Michael Whitham who both appeared for England on 5 March 1892 and the most recent player to be capped while with United was another defender, Lecsinel Jean-François who played twice for Haiti in November 2011.

Key[edit]

  • The following lists contain only players who gained international caps whilst a registered player of Sheffield United. Caps gained prior to joining and subsequent to leaving the club are not included.
  • Table headings: Apps = Total number of appearances for the national side while a Sheffield United player; Goals = Total number of goals for the national side while a Sheffield United player; Years = Duration of time as a Sheffield United player; Ref = source of information
  • Playing positions: GK = Goalkeeper; DF = Defender; MF = Midfielder; FW = Forward
  •        Player currently with Sheffield United Players with this colour and symbol in the "Name" column are currently signed to Sheffield United.

Full Internationals[edit]

Bobby Barclay posing for a squad photo
English international Bobby Barclay who made three appearances and scored two goals for England while with United in the 1930s.[1][2]
David Carney training with Australia before a game
David Carney who made 13 appearances for Australia between 2007–2009.[1][3]
Billy Gillespie
Billy Gillespie made 25 appearances for Northern Ireland, scoring 13 goals, while with United.[4]
Lecsinel Jean-François playing for Sheffield United
Defender Lecsinel Jean-François made two appearances for Haiti during his two year spell with United.[1]

United's first internationals were defenders Harry Lilley and Michael Whitham who both appeared for England on 5 March 1892, although they played against different opposition, as England played two first team games on the same day.[5][6] The most recent player to be capped while with United was another defender, Lecsinel Jean-François who played twice for Haiti in November 2011.[7] Zimbabwean forward Peter Ndlovu is United's most capped player, appearing in 26 games for his country during his tenure with the Blades.[8] Ndlovu is also the club's top international goalscorer, netting 21 times for Zimbabwe during this period.[8]

International call-ups during the earliest years of Sheffield United were generally for the home nations (England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.)[1] From the 1990s onwards the increasingly multinational nature of the team resulted in call ups for players from across Europe (including Norway, Greece and Estonia) and also from the wider world (including China, Cameroon and Egypt.)[8]

List of Sheffield United F.C. players making full international appearances
Name Position National side Apps Goals Years Notes and refs.
International stats
Mihkel Aksalu GK Estonia Estonia 5 0 2010–2012 [1][9]
Len Allchurch MF Wales Wales 4 0 1961–1965 [1][10]
Bobby Barclay MF England England 3 2 1932–1937 [1][2]
Walter Bennett FW England England 2 0 1896–1905 [1][11]
Bob Benson DF England England 1 0 1905–1913 [1][12]
Nathan Blake FW Wales Wales 5 1 1994–1995 [1][13]
Daniel Bogdanović FW Malta Malta 7 0 2010–2011 [8][14]
Vas Borbokis MF Greece Greece 2 0 1997–1999 [1][15]
Peter Boyle DF Northern Ireland Northern Ireland 5 0 1898–1904 [1][16]
Arthur Brown FW England England 2 1 1902–1908 [1][17]
Jim Brown GK Scotland Scotland 1 0 1974–1978 [1][18]
David Carney MF Australia Australia 13 3 2007–2009 [1][3]
Eddie Colquhoun DF Scotland Scotland 9 0 1968–1978 [1][19]
David Cotterill MF Wales Wales 4 0 2008–210 [1][20]
Alf Common FW England England 2 2 1901–1904 [1][21]
Tony Currie MF England England 7 1 1968–1976 [1][22]
Joe Davies FW Wales Wales 3 0 1894–1895 [1][23]
Brian Deane[note 1] FW England England 3 0 1988–1993 [1][24]
Jimmy Dunne FW Republic of Ireland Ireland 8 6 1926–1933 [1][25]
Bob Evans[note 2] MF England England 4 1 1908–1918 [1][26]
Bob Evans[note 2] MF Wales Wales 4 2 1908–1918 [1][26]
Ched Evans FW Wales Wales 3 0 2009–2012 [1][27]
Ahmed Fathy MF Egypt Egypt 3 1 2007 [1][28]
Jostein Flo FW Norway Norway 23 5 1993–1995 [8][29]
Alex Forbes MF Scotland Scotland 5 0 1894–1905 [1][30]
William Foulke GK England England 1 0 1894–1905 [1][31]
Billy Gillespie FW Northern Ireland Northern Ireland 25 13 1911–1931 [1][4]
Keith Gillespie MF Northern Ireland Northern Ireland 15 1 2005–2009 [1][32]
Harold Gough GK England England 1 0 1894–1905 [1][33]
Colin Grainger MF England England 6 3 1953–1957 [1][34]
George Green DF England England 8 0 1923–1934 [1][35]
Justin Haber GK Malta Malta 9 0 2008–2010 [8][36]
Jimmy Hagan FW England England 1 0 1938–1957 [1][37]
Wally Hardinge FW England England 1 0 1907–1913 [1][38]
George Hedley FW England England 1 0 1898–1903 [1][39]
Colin Hill MF Northern Ireland Northern Ireland 6 1 1989–1992 [1][40]
Trevor Hockey MF Wales Wales 4 0 1971–1972 [1][41]
Glyn Hodges MF Wales Wales 5 0 1991–1996 [1][42]
Alan Hodgkinson GK England England 5 0 1954–1971 [1][43]
Rab Howell DF England England 1 1 1890–1998 [1][44]
Paul Ifill MF Barbados Barbados 5 5 2005–2007 [1][45]
Lecsinel Jean-François DF Haiti Haiti 2 0 2011–2013 [1][46]
Roy John GK Wales Wales 3 0 1934–1935 [1][47]
Harry Johnson DF England England 6 1 1895–1908 [1][48]
Mick Jones FW England England 2 0 1963–1967 [1][49]
Vinnie Jones MF Wales Wales 9 0 1990–1991 [1][50]
Petr Katchouro FW Belarus Belarus 10 1 1996–2000 [1][51]
Colin Kazim-Richards MF Turkey Turkey 1 0 2006–2007 [8][52]
Alan Kelly GK Republic of Ireland Republic of Ireland 22 0 1992–1999 [1][53]
Paddy Kenny GK Republic of Ireland Republic of Ireland 6 0 2002–2010 [1][54]
Li Tie MF China China 5 0 2006–2008 [1][55]
Harry Lilley DF England England 1 0 1890–1894 [1][5]
Bert Lipsham MF England England 1 0 1900–1908 [1][56]
Vince Matthews DF England England 2 1 1927–1931 [1][57]
David Mercer MF England England 2 1 1920–1928 [1][58]
Tommy Morren DF England England 1 1 1895–1903 [1][59]
Hugh Morris MF Wales Wales 1 2 1893–1895 [1][60]
Shaun Murphy DF Australia Australia 10 2 1999–2003 [1][61]
Gary Naysmith DF Scotland Scotland 1 0 2007–2010 [1][62]
Peter Ndlovu FW Zimbabwe Zimbabwe 26 21 2001–2004 [8][63]
Ernest Needham DF England England 16 3 1891–1910 [1][64]
Roger Nilsen DF Norway Norway 15 0 1993–1999 [8][65]
Robert Page DF Wales Wales 13 0 2001–2004 [1][66]
Harry Pantling DF England England 1 0 1915–1926 [1][67]
Paul Peschisolido FW Canada Canada 4 0 2001–2004 [1][68]
Jack Pickering FW England England 1 0 1927–1948 [1][69]
David Powell DF Wales Wales 10 1 1968–1971 [1][70]
Fred Priest DF England England 1 0 1896–1905 [1][71]
Alan Quinn MF Republic of Ireland Republic of Ireland 4 0 2004–2007 [1][72]
Gil Reece MF Wales Wales 16 1 1965–1972 [1][73]
Alf Ringstead MF Republic of Ireland Republic of Ireland 20 7 1950–1959 [1][74]
Dean Saunders FW Wales Wales 5 0 1997–1998 [1][75]
Graham Shaw DF England England 5 0 1952–1967 [1][76]
Luton Shelton FW Jamaica Jamaica 9 7 2007–2008 [8][77]
Albert Sturgess DF England England 2 0 1908–1923 [1][78]
Patrick Suffo FW Cameroon Cameroon 14 2 2000–2002 [1][79]
Gareth Taylor FW Wales Wales 4 0 1996–1998 [8][80]
Olivier Tébily DF Ivory Coast Côte d'Ivoire 1 0 1999 [8][81]
Harry Thickett DF England England 2 0 1891–1904 [1][82]
Fred Tunstall MF England England 7 0 1920–1932 [1][83]
Carl Veart FW Australia Australia 2 1 1994–1996 [1][84]
Michael Whitham DF England England 1 0 1890–1897 [1][6]
Bernard Wilkinson DF England England 1 0 1900–1913 [1][85]

Reserve internationals[edit]

"B" teams were devised in the 1940s as reserve squad for or a stepping stone to their relevant full national side.

Phil Jagielka driving his car
Phil Jagielka played once for the England B team during his time with the Blades.[8]
List of Sheffield United F.C. players making 'B' international appearances
Name Position National side Apps Goals Years Notes and Refs
International stats
Chris Armstrong DF Scotland Scotland B 1 0 2003–2008 [8][86]
Ted Burgin GK England England B 2 0 1949–1957 [8][87]
Brian Deane FW England England B 3 0 1988–1993 [8][24]
Jimmy Hagan FW England England B 1 0 1938–1958 [8][37]
Derek Hawksworth FW England England B 1 0 1950–1958 [8][88]
Glyn Hodges MF Wales Wales B 1 0 1991–1996 [8][42]
Phil Jagielka DF England England B 1 0 1999–2007 [8][89]
Nick Montgomery MF Scotland Scotland Futures 1 0 2000–2012 [8][90]
Wayne Quinn DF England England B 1 0 1993–2001 [8][91]
Dennis Shiels FW Northern Ireland Northern Ireland B 2 0 1958–1964 [8][92]
Mick Speight MF England England B 4 1 1971–1980 [8][93]

Junior internationals[edit]

Ched Evans in his Wales shirt prior to a fixture
Striker Ched Evans scored four goals in four appearances for Wales under–21s while with United.[94]
List of Sheffield United F.C. players making under–21 or under–23 international appearances
Name Position National side Apps Goals Years Notes and Refs
International stats
Len Badger DF England England under–23 13 0 1962–1976 [8][95]
Peter Beagrie FW England England under–21 2 0 1986–1988 [8][96]
Alan Birchenall FW England England under–23 2 0 1964–1967 [8][97]
Jim Brown GK Scotland Scotland under–23 2 0 1974–1978 [8][18]
Adam Chapman MF Northern Ireland Northern Ireland under–21 6 0 2007–2009 [8][98]
Tony Currie FW England England under–23 13 4 1968–1976 [8][22]
Martin Donnelly MF Northern Ireland Northern Ireland under–21 1 0 2005–2008 [8][99]
Ched Evans FW Wales Wales under–21 4 4 2009–2012 [94][27]
Alan Hodgkinson GK England England under–23 7 0 1954–1971 [8][43]
Phil Jagielka DF England England under–21 6 2 2000–2007 [8][89]
Mick Jones FW England England under–23 9 4 1963–1967 [8][49]
Harry Maguire DF England England under–21 1 0 2011–2014 [100][101]
Sean McGinty DF Republic of Ireland Republic of Ireland under–21 7 0 2013–2014 [102][103]
Nick Montgomery MF Scotland Scotland under–21 2 0 2000–2012 [8][90]
Kyle Naughton DF England England under–21 2 0 2008–2009 [8][104]
Owen Morrison MF Northern Ireland Northern Ireland under–21 3 0 2003 [8][105]
Stephen Quinn MF Republic of Ireland Republic of Ireland under–21 9 1 2005–2012 [94][106]
Wayne Quinn DF England England under–21 2 0 1993–2001 [8][91]
Stefan ScougallPlayer currently with Sheffield United FW Scotland Scotland under–21 1 0 2014– [107][108]
Bernard Shaw DF England England under–23 2 0 1963–1969 [8][109]
Graham Shaw DF England England under–23 5 0 1952–1967 [8][110]
Michael Tonge MF England England under–21 2 0 2001–2008 [8][111]
Curtis Woodhouse MF England England under–21 4 0 1997–2001 [8][112]

Amateur internationals[edit]

National sides comprising only amateur players were introduced at the start of the twentieth century, following the rise of professionalism which made it difficult for amateur players to find a place in the main national side. Despite being a professional club, Sheffield United occasionally contracted players on an amateur basis and those players who represented their country while under such terms are listed below.

List of Sheffield United F.C. players making amateur international appearances
Name Position National side Apps Goals Years Notes and refs
International stats
John Roxburgh FW Scotland Scotland amateur 1 0 1925–1926 [94][113]
Billy Russell MF England England amateur 4 0 1957–1963 [94][114]

Wartime internationals[edit]

World War I[edit]

With the outbreak of World War I in 1914, organised football continued until the end of the season in 1915. However there were growing calls for organised sports to be suspended in favour of the war effort and The Football Association duly halted all competitive fixtures from 1915, a cessation which remained in place until the commencement of the 1919–20 season. Despite this a number of exhibition games did take place, mainly immediately following the cessation of the conflict.[115]

List of Sheffield United F.C. players making appearances during World War I
Name Position National side Apps Goals Years Notes and Refs
International stats
Jack English DF England England 1 0 1913–1916 [94][116]
Harold Gough GK England England 1 0 1913–1924 [94][33]

World War II[edit]

With the outbreak of war in 1939 the government immediately imposed a ban on the assembly of crowds and as such, organised football was halted for the duration of the war. Despite this a series of unofficial exhibition games were organised throughout the wartime period, with the details of Sheffield United's involvement listed below.[115]

List of Sheffield United F.C. players making appearances during World War II
Name Position National side Apps Goals Years Notes and Refs
International stats
Jimmy Hagan FW England England 16 13 1938–1957 [94][37]

The Football League representative teams[edit]

Between 1891 and 1976 The Football League arranged representative games against similarly selected teams from the Scottish Football League, the League of Ireland, the Irish League, the Southern League and occasionally against club sides.[94] 26 Sheffield United players made appearances in these fixtures and those are listed below.[94]

List of Sheffield United F.C. players representing the Football League
Name Position Apps Goals Years Notes and Refs
International stats
Len Badger DF 3 0 1962–1976 [94][95]
Bob Benson DF 1 1 1905–1913 [94][11]
Tony Currie FW 3 2 1968–1976 [94][22]
Jack English DF 1 0 1913–1916 [94][116]
Stan Fazackerley FW 1 0 1913–1920 [94][117]
William Foulke GK 2 0 1894–1905 [94][31]
Colin Grainger FW 3 1 1953–1957 [94][34]
George Green DF 3 0 1923–1934 [94][35]
Jimmy Hagan FW 3 2 1938–1957 [94][37]
Harry Hammond FW 1 0 1891–1897 [94][118]
George Hedley FW 1 1 1898–1903 [94][39]
Alan Hodgkinson GK 1 0 1954–1971 [94][43]
Jim Iley DF 1 0 1954–1957 [94][119]
Harry Johnson Jnr. FW 1 3 1916–1931 [94][120]
Harry Johnson Snr. DF 1 0 1895–1908 [94][48]
Joe Lievesley GK 1 0 1904–1912 [94][5]
Bert Lipsham MF 2 0 1900–1908 [94][56]
David Mercer FW 1 0 1920–1928 [94][58]
Tommy Morren DF 2 0 1895–1903 [94][59]
Ernest Needham DF 10 1 1891–1910 [94][64]
Jack Pickering FW 1 0 1927–1948 [94][69]
Graham Shaw DF 4 0 1952–1967 [94][110]
Joe Shaw DF 2 0 1945–1966 [94][76]
Harry Thickett DF 2 0 1893–1904 [94][82]
Fred Tunstall FW 4 1 1920–1932 [94][83]
Alan Woodward FW 2 0 1964–1978 [94][121]

FA overseas tours[edit]

Between 1899 and 1978 the four football associations of the UK undertook occasional summer tours, playing friendly fixtures against their host nations. Although the representative sides were often almost a full international team, these games were not considered full internationals.[122] A number of United players were members of the touring parties on four of those tours between 1910 and 1951, with those players being listed below.[94]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Brian Deane had three separate spells with United. For simplicities sake only his first spell with the club, during which he was capped by England, is listed.[24]
  2. ^ a b Bob Evans made ten appearances for Wales between 1906 and 1910 qualifying through his parentage. Whilst with Sheffield United it was discovered that he had been born in Chester and therefore qualified to play for England. He subsequently changed his allegiance and made four appearances for the England team, something that was later outlawed by FIFA.[26]

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