There are over 20 England teams within 'Club England'.
The FA has established 'Club England' to create a club culture and is responsible for 24 England teams. Those include the senior side, six youth sides, six women’s teams, eight disability teams and the England C team.
The age levels for the youth sides, with their respective managers, are Under-21 (Stuart Pearce, European Finalists in 2009), U20 (Brian Eastick), U19 (Noel Blake, European Finalists in 2009), U18 (Noel Blake), U17 (John Peacock, European Champions in 2010) and U16 (Kenny Swain, Victory Shield Winners in 2009).
Hope Powell is the England Women's Senior Team Head Coach, there's also an Under-23s (Brent Hills), U20s and U19s (Mo Marley), U17s (Lois Fidler) and U15s (Kay Cossington).
The disability teams include Amputee, Blind, Deaf, Cerebral Palsy and Learning Disability.
Paul Fairclough’s ‘C team’ has evolved from the amateur and semi-professional teams, whilst Peter Sturgess is in charge of the England Futsal team.