Terry Butcher (Football, born Singapore)
Defender played in three World Cups and won 77 caps.
Luther Blissett (Football, born Jamaica)
Watford legend made 14 international appearances.
Cyrille Regis (Football, born F Guinea)
Striker won five caps and awarded an MBE in 2008.
John Barnes (Football, born Jamaica)
Two League titles with Liverpool and 79 England caps.
Tony Dorigo (Football, born Australia)
15 full caps and was part of the 1990 World Cup squad.
John Salako (Football, born Nigeria)
Winger won five caps in 1991 while at Crystal Palace.
Graeme Le Saux (Football, Jersey)
Was England’s left-back at the 1998 World Cup in France.
Matt Le Tissier (Football, born Guernsey)
Spent entire career at Southampton and won eight caps.
Owen Hargreaves (Football, born Canada)
Integral part of the England midfield at the 2006 World Cup.
Eniola Aluko (Football, born Nigeria)
Chelsea Ladies’ striker has played 74 times for England.
Raheem Sterling (Football, born Jamaica)
Liverpool winger won his first cap last November.
Wilfried Zaha (Football, born Ivory Coast)
Manchester United forward has played for England twice.
Benjamin Odeje (Football, born Nigeria)
First black England footballer at any level in 1971.
Paul Ackford (Rugby U, Germany)
Lock forward won 25 caps and played on 1989 Lions Tour.
Victor Ubogu (Rugby U, born Nigeria)
Prop was stalwart of the Red-rose 1995 World Cup team.
Tony Underwood (Rugby U, born Malaysia)
Wing partnership with England-born brother Rory.
Kyran Bracken (Rugby U, born Ireland)
Scrum-half captained England three times in 51 caps.
Steve Ojomoh (Rugby U, born Benin)
Flanker won 12 caps, but never did score a point for England.
Mike Catt (Rugby U, born S Africa)
Kicked the ball into touch for World Cup final triumph in 2003.
Simon Shaw (Rugby U, born Kenya)
Won 71 caps but did not get a game at the 2003 World Cup.
Henry Paul (Rugby U, born N Zealand)
Played for New Zealand in league and England in union.
Matt Stevens (Rugby U, born S Africa)
Prop has played in 34 matches for England.
Lesley Vainikolo (Rugby U, born Tonga)
Also played for the Kiwis in league and England in union.
Dylan Hartley (Rugby U, born N Zealand)
43-cap hooker is the captain of Northampton Saints.
Delon Armitage (Rugby U, born T & Tobago)
Toulon wing has made 26 appearances for England.
Hendre Fourie (Rugby U, born S Africa)
The flanker known as “Shrek” retired in January.
Alex Corbisiero (Rugby U, born US)
18 England caps and member of recent Lions Tour party.
Manu Tuilagi (Rugby U, born Samoa)
Powerful Leicester centre had scored 50 points for England.
Brad Barritt (Rugby U, born S Africa)
Injury has ruled him out of the autumn Internationals.
Mako Vunipola (Rugby U, born N Zealand)
Won nine caps after playing for England at youth level.
Marland Yarde (Rugby U, born S Lucia)
Handed first England cap against Argentina in June.
Lee Dickson (Rugby U, born Germany)
Saints’ scrum-half has won nine caps for England.
Rangi Chase (Rugby L, born N Zealand)
Part of the England squad for upcoming World Cup.
Ranjitsinhji (Cricket, born India)
Hit 989 runs in 15 Tests for England at turn of century.
Gubby Allen (Cricket, born Australia)
All-rounder would go on to captain England in 11 Tests.
Colin Cowdrey (Cricket, born India)
Became the first cricketer to play in 100 Test matches.
Ted Dexter (Cricket, born Italy)
Former captain averaged 47.89 in Tests for England.
Basil D’Oliveira (Cricket, born South Africa)
All-rounder hit 2,484 runs and took 47 wickets in Tests.
Tony Greig (Cricket, born South Africa)
Was the England captain from 1975 to 1977.
Allan Lamb (Cricket, born South Africa)
Retired in 1995 after 4,656 runs in 79 Tests for England.
Derek Pringle (Cricket, born Kenya)
Tall 6ft 5in bowler generated swing and bounce.
Phillip DeFreitas (Cricket, born Dominica)
Fast bowler claimed 144 wickets in 44 Test matches.
Robin Smith (Cricket, born South Africa)
Struck 4,236 runs in 62 Tests for England between 1988-1996.
Devon Malcolm (Cricket, born Jamaica)
Played in 40 Test matches and 10 ODIs for England.
Nasser Hussain (Cricket, born India)
Batsman was England captain from 1999 to 2003.
Graeme Hick (Cricket, born Rhodesia)
Went on to record six centuries in 65 Tests for England.
Andy Caddick (Cricket, born N Zealand)
Claimed 13 five-wickets hauls in a 10-year Test career.
Ben and Adam Hollioake (Cricket, born Australia)
Made England debuts in same Test in 1997.
Bob Woolmer (Cricket, born India)
Made England debut in 1975 and appeared in 19 Test up to 1981.
Bradley Wiggins (Cycling, born Belgium)
Four-time Olympic gold medallist and 2012 Tour de France winner.
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