Chelsea and Man City dominate England youth; no Man United

England have named their Under-18, Under-19 and Under-20 squads and they are dominated by Chelsea and Manchester City; the west London club provide nine of the players and Manchester City eight.

Chelsea and Man City dominate England youth; no Man United

Chelsea and Man City dominate England youth; no Man United

Chelsea’s Marc Guehi, Conor Gallagher, George McEachran and Callum Hudson-Odoi are in the England Under-18 squad while Jamie Cumming, Trevoh Chalobah, Reece James, Dujon Sterling and Mason Mount (loan at Vitesse Arnhem) are in the Under-20 squad.

Manchester City’s Curtis Anderson, Joel Latibeaudiere, Felix Nmecha and Ian Poveda-Ocampo are in the England Under-18 squad while Edward Francis and Phil Foden are in the Under-19 squad. Lukas Nmecha and Isaac Buckley-Ricketts (on loan at Oxford United) is in the Under-20 squad.

Chelsea and Manchester City have contested the last five FA Youth Cup finals.

Representatives from the top six Premier League sides are as follows:

Chelsea 9 Manchester City 8 Tottenham 6 Arsenal 4 Liverpool 1 Manchester United 0

 

England’s Under-18 squad to face Qatar, Argentina and Belarus:

Goalkeepers  Curtis Anderson – Manchester City Josef Bursik – Stoke City William Crellin – Fleetwood Town

Defenders Timothy Eyoma – Tottenham Hotspur Lewis Gibson – Everton Marc Guehi – Chelsea Joel Latibeaudiere – Manchester City Brooklyn Lyons-Foster – Tottenham Hotspur Steven Sessegnon – Fulham Adam Wilson – Newcastle United

Midfielders Conor Gallagher – Chelsea George McEachran – Chelsea Felix Nmecha – Manchester City Tashan Oakley-Boothe – Tottenham Hotspur Oliver Skipp – Tottenham Hotspur Callum Wright – Leicester City

Forwards  Morgan Gibbs-White – Wolverhampton Wanderers Callum Hudson-Odoi – Chelsea Danny Loader – Reading Ian Poveda-Ocampo – Manchester City

 

England’s Under-19 squad to face Hungary, Latvia and Macedonia:

Goalkeepers Ellery Balcombe – Brentford Jamie Cumming – Chelsea

Defenders Trevoh Chalobah – Chelsea Edward Francis – Manchester City Reece James – Chelsea Dujon Sterling – Chelsea Japhet Tanganga – Tottenham Hotspur Ben Wilmot – Stevenage

Midfielders Flynn Downes – Luton Town (loan from Ipswich Town) Elliot Embleton – Sunderland Adam Lewis – Liverpool Mason Mount – Vitesse Arnhem (loan from Chelsea) Tristan Nydam – Ipswich Town Joe Willock – Arsenal

Forwards Ben Brereton – Nottingham Forest Phil Foden – Manchester City George Hirst – Sheffield Wednesday Reiss Nelson – Arsenal Edward Nketiah – Arsenal Jadon Sancho – Borussia Dortmund

 

England’s Under-20 squad to face Poland and Portugal:

Goalkeepers Will Huffer – Leeds United Nathan Trott – West Ham United

Defenders Callum Brittain – MK Dons Darnell Johnson – Leicester City Ezri Konsa – Charlton Athletic Lloyd Kelly – Bristol City Easah Suliman – Grimsby Town (loan from Aston Villa) Aaron Wan-Bissaka – Crystal Palace

Midfielders Harvey Barnes – Leicester City Isaac Buckley-Ricketts – Oxford United (loan from Manchester City) Josh Dasilva – Arsenal Tayo Edun – Fulham Sam Field – West Bromwich Albion Callum O’Hare – Aston Villa

Forwards Keinan Davis – Aston Villa Marcus Edwards – Norwich City (loan from Tottenham Hotspur) Lukas Nmecha – Manchester City Josh Sims – Southampton Chris Willock – Benfica

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