England national beach soccer team
|Nickname(s)||The Three Lions|
|Association||The Football Association|
|Head coach||Terry Bowes|
| Argentina 3 – 2 England
(Rio, Brazil; 1995)
| Ireland 3 – 11 England
(Barcelona, Spain; 16 February 2002)
| Portugal 17 – 4 England
(Porto, Portugal; 1 November 2009)
|Appearances||1 (First in 1995)|
|Best result||3rd place, 1995|
|Euro Beach Soccer League|
|Appearances||14 (First in 2001)|
|Best result||6th place, Division A (2001, 2004)|
|Euro Beach Soccer Cup|
|Appearances||3 (First in 2002)|
|Best result||5th place (2002, 2004)|
|Head Coach||Terence Bowes|
|Head of EBSL||David Jones|
|Assistant Coach||Carl Dixon|
|Goalkeeping Coach||Steven Hollick|
Caps and goals updated as of 23 May 2014.
|#||Pos.||Player||Date of birth (age)||Caps||Goals||Club|
|1||GK||Sam Webb||20 June 1989||90||6||Portsmouth BSC|
|2||FW||James Temple||26 June 1984||58||30||Portsmouth BSC|
|3||MF||Mitchell Day||18 August 1982||93||66||Portsmouth BSC|
|4||DF||Mark Mitchell||6 March 1986||111||30||The Bee's|
|5||DF||Terry Bowes||13 September 1979||167||51||Viktoria Zizkov|
|6||MF||Scott Lawson||16 December 1991||35||11||Sandown Sociedad|
|8||DF||Matthew Evans||25 April 1987||72||42||The Bee's|
|9||FW||Mark Corbett||18 May 1986||37||26||Portsmouth|
|10||FW||Aaron Clarke||10 June 1991||45||27||Viktoria Zizkov|
|11||MF||Jack Morris||28 September 1991||23||7||Sandown Sociedad|
|12||GK||Taylor Humm||12 March 1996||14||0||Unattached|
|13||GK||Dan Hulme||4 May 1989||8||0||Unattached|
|15||DF||Priestley Farquharson||15 March 1997||15||3||Unattached|
|18||GK||Gareth True||27 March 1988||33||0||Sandown Sociedad|
Recent results and upcoming fixtures
Matches played within the last 12 months, as well as upcoming fixtures, are displayed.
|9 August 2015 2015 EBSL, Division B||Azerbaijan||6–5 (a.e.t.)||England||Siófok, Hungary|
|23 August 2015 2015 EBSL, Promotion - 3rd place play-off||Czech Republic||2–2 (a.e.t.)
|29 April 2016 Sal Beach Soccer Cup 2016||Cape Verde||2–7||England||Santa Maria, Cape Verde|
|30 April 2016 Sal Beach Soccer Cup 2016||Portugal||5–2||England||Santa Maria, Cape Verde|
|8 July 2016 2016 EBSL, Division B||England||5–1||Andorra||Sanxenxo, Spain|
|13:00||Lawson 7', 31'
|Report(ru)||25' Neira||Referee: Alexander Berezkin (Russia)
|10 July 2016 2016 EBSL, Division B||England||1–1 (a.e.t.)
|12:30||Bowes 8'||Report(ru)||28' Seyit||Referee: Tomasz Winiarczyk (Poland)
England participated in the first ever Beach Soccer World Cup in 1995, finishing third, but did not participate in any of the competitions between 1995 and 2001. In 2001 England began competing in the EBSL which doubled as a qualifying competition for the following year's World Cup until 2008 but England did not perform well enough during these years to qualify for the finals. In 2008, a separate qualifying competition was introduced, but England have still failed to progress to the World Cup finals.
Euro Beach Soccer League
Euro Beach Soccer Cup
|1998||Did not enter|
|2002||Group Stage||Fifth place /8||3||2||0||1||18||10||+8|
|2003||Did not qualify|
|2004||Group Stage||Fifth place /8||3||2||0||1||8||11||–3|
|2005||Did not qualify|
|2008||Group Stage||Sixth place /6||3||0||0||3||5||16||–11|
|2009||Did not qualify/enter|
- Third place (1): 1995
- Single Division era ('98-'02, '07-'08)
- Sixth place (of 8): 2001
- Multi-Division era ('03-'06, 09'-present)
- Fourth place, Div. B (of 8): 2015
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