Mar 23 2018
England Football Betting Offers, Free Bets, Enhanced Odds Offers plus information and statistics about the England national football team
England football fans have had a tumultuous ride over the years. The England national football team has only ever won one major tournament, the World Cup in 1966, which was on home soil.
As we edge closer to the next tournament, the Russia 2018 World Cup, here we present the latest England football betting offers, free bets and enhanced odds deals to help you make some money from betting on (or against!) England.
We also have some stats and snippets of information that could be of interest to England fans who want to know exactly how good (or bad) we’ve been over the years!
Latest England Betting Offers
Please note that all betting offers, free bets, enhanced odds and money back offers have various terms and conditions that must be read and adhered to. Please read the relevant T&C on the betting site in question. Please Gamble Responsibly. As we approach Russia 2018, be sure to check the latest World Cup betting offers and bonuses!
England Betting Offers, Free Bets and Enhanced Odds
If you think England have the beating of the Netherlands in their latest friendly match, this enhanced odds offer from Betfair could be just the ticket!
New Customers can get England at an enhanced 33/1 to beat Netherlands. Max Stake £1. Winnings paid in free bets, valid for 7 days, only deposits with cards/Paypal count. Exchange and multiple bets excluded. T&C’s Apply. 18+|Gamble Aware.
England World Cup Record
Well, we’ve won one World Cup, but how have we done in the rest of them? To be honest, not brilliantly well. Losing semi-finalists in 1990 has been the next closest we’ve been to winning another World Cup, and we blew some of our best chances by not evening bothering to enter the first three tournaments!
Our overall World Cup record, prior to Russia 2018, reads as follows… Played: 62, Won: 26, Drawn: 20, Lost: 16, Scored: 79 goals, Conceded: 56 goals
England’s World Cup performances by year
- 1930 – Did not enter
- 1934 – Did not enter
- 1938 – Did not enter
- 1950 – Group stage, 8th of 13
- 1954 – Quarter-finals, 7th of 16
- 1958 – Group stage, 11th of 16
- 1962 – Quarter-finals, 8th of 16
- 1966 – Champions, 1st of 16
- 1970 – Quarter-finals, 8th of 16
- 1974 – Did not qualify
- 1978 – Did not qualify
- 1982 – Second group stage ,6th of 24
- 1986 – Quarter-finals, 8th of 24
- 1990 – Fourth place, 4th of 24
- 1994 – Did not qualify
- 1998 – Round of 16 ,9th of 32
- 2002 – Quarter-finals, 6th of 32
- 2006 – Quarter-finals, 7th of 32
- 2010 – Round of 16, 13th of 32
- 2014 – Group stage, 26th of 32
- 2018 – TBC
England Player Records and Stats
England Top Goalscorers
- 1. Wayne Rooney – 53 goals
- 2. Bobby Charlton – 49 goals
- 3. Gary Linekar – 48 goals
- 4. Jimmy Greaves – 44 goals
- 5. Michael Owen – 40 goals
- 6. Nat Lofthouse – 30 goals
- – Alan Shearer – 30 goals
- – Tom Finney – 30 goals
- 9. Vivian Woodward – 29 goals
- – Frank Lampard – 29 goals
- 11. Steve Bloomer – 28 goals
- 12. David Platt – 27 goals
- 13. Bryan Robson – 26 goals
- 14. Geoff Hurst – 24 goals
Amongst those fine, fine players here is a player we think deserves special mention:
Vivian Woodward, who played for England between 1903 and 1911, scored 29 goals in just 23 England matches. He played for Tottenham and Chelsea and captained Great Britain to gold medals at the 1908 Olympics in London and the 1912 Olympics in Stockholm. He also served in the British Army during the First World War and sustained injuries that meant he had to retire from football. We can’t see many getting near his goal-scoring average for England though!