It was a good start to 2019-20 for England men's teams in September internationals

Friday 13 Sep 2019
England U17s won the Syrenka Cup in Poland during the September internationals

It was a strong start to the season for the England men’s teams in September, with six of our different squads in action over the last two weeks.

Right from Gareth Southgate’s seniors moving into top spot in their EURO 2020 qualifying group and maintaining their 100 per cent record with victory over Kosovo on Tuesday evening, through to the U17s winning a trophy in Poland just hours before that game at St. Mary’s.

With a total of 14 games played by all the teams during the September international window, England won ten of their games, drew three and lost just once.

It all kicked-off last Thursday, when Paul Simpson’s U19s got us started at St. George’s Park with a 3-1 win over Greece, hours before the U20s were held to a goal-less draw by the Dutch at Shrewsbury Town.

After that, there were games every day right through until Tuesday evening when the Three Lions signed off for September with their 5-3 win over Kosovo.

Read more about each team’s fortunes via our match reports below.

England 5-0 Finland
England 4-2 Austria
Poland 2-2 England (England win 3-1 on penalties)

England 3-2 Australia
England 1-1 Brazil
England 2-0 Korea Republic

England 3-1 Greece
Germany 1-0 England

England 0-0 Netherlands
Switzerland 0-1 England

Turkey 2-3 England
England 2-0 Kosovo

England 4-0 Bulgaria
England 5-3 Kosovo

Our teams are all back in action in October, find out more in our fixture lists for the Senior team and our development teams.

By FA Staff