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Kieran Trippier is the 76th Spur to play for England - here's the list...

Posted on 14 June 2017  - 15:00

Kieran Trippier became the 76th Tottenham Hotspur player to be capped by England when he lined-up for the Three Lions against France, dating all the way back to 1903.

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The flying full-back started wide right in a 3-4-3 system and did well despite England's eventual 3-2 loss at the Stade de France. He was substituted after 76 minutes with the scoreline at 2-2.

Kieran is one of six players in our current squad to be capped by England alongside Dele Alli, Eric Dier, Harry Kane, Danny Rose and Kyle Walker.

Vivian Woodward, one of the all-time greats of the game, was our first player to represent England.

A hugely-influencial figure in his time at Spurs between 1900-1909, Vivian was also the first Spur to captain England. He still has the best goal-per-game ratio for the Three Lions with 28 goals in his 23 caps.

SPURS PLAYERS TO PLAY FOR ENGLAND

Date shows first cap won as a Spurs player...

1 - Vivian Woodward - 14/2/1903
2 - Fanny Walden - 4/4/1914
3 - Tommy Clay - 15/3/1920
4 - Arthur Grimsdell - 15/3/1920
5 - Bert Bliss - 9/4/1921
6 - Jimmy Dimmock - 9/4/1921
7 - Bert Smith - 9/4/1921
8 - Jimmy Seed - 21/5/1921
9 - Frank Osbourne - 8/12/1924
10 - George Hunt - 13/3/1933
11 - Willie Hall - 6/12/1933
12 - Arthur Rowe - 6/12/1933
13 - Walter Alsford - 6/4/1935
14 - Bert Sproston - 22/10/38
15 - Ted Ditchburn - 2/12/48
16 - Alf Ramsey - 30/11/49
17 - Eddie Baily - 2/7/1950
18 - Leslie Medley - 15/11/1950
19 - Bill Nicholson - 19/5/1951
20 - Arthur Willis - 3/10/51
21 - George Robb - 25/11/53
22 - Harry Clarke - 3/4/1954
23 - Johnny Brooks - 14/11/1956
24 - Bobby Smith - 8/10/1960
25 - Jimmy Greaves - 14/4/1962
26 - Maurice Norman - 20/5/1962
27 - Ron Henry - 27/2/1963
28 - Alan Mullery - 9/12/1964
29 - Cyril Knowles - 6/12/1967
30 - Martin Peters - 18/4/1970
31 - Martin Chivers - 3/2/1971
32 - Ralph Coates - 12/5/1971
33 - Glenn Hoddle - 22/11/1979
34 - Ray Clemence - 9/9/1981
35 - Steve Perryman - 2/6/1982
36 - Gary Mabbutt - 13/10/1982
37 - Graham Roberts - 28/5/1983
38 - Gary Stevens - 17/10/1984
39 - Chris Waddle - 11/9/1985
40 - Steve Hodge - 18/2/1987
41 - Clive Allen - 29/4/1987
42 - Terry Fenwick - 11/2/1985
43 - Paul Gascoigne - 14/9/1988
44 - Gary Lineker - 6/9/1989
45 - Paul Stewart - 11/9/1991
46 - Teddy Sheringham - 29/5/1993
47 - Darren Anderton - 9/3/1994
48 - Nicky Barmby - 29/3/1995
49 - Sol Campbell - 18/5/1996
50 - Ian Walker - 18/5/1996
51 - Les Ferdinand - 10/9/1997
52 - Tim Sherwood - 27/3/1999
53 - Ledley King - 27/3/2002
54 - Jermain Defoe - 31/3/2004
55 - Anthony Gardner - 31/3/2004
56 - Paul Robinson - 5/6/2004
57 - Michael Carrick - 28/5/2005
58 - Jermaine Jenas - 12/10/2005
59 - Aaron Lennon - 3/6/2006
60 - Darren Bent - 21/11/2007
61 - Jonathan Woodgate - 1/6/2008
62 - David Bentley - 20/8/2008
63 - Peter Crouch - 14/10/2009
64 - Tom Huddlestone - 14/11/2009
65 - Michael Dawson - 11/8/2010
66 - Scott Parker - 3/9/2011
67 - Kyle Walker - 12/11/2011
68 - Jake Livermore - 15/8/2012
69 - Steven Caulker - 14/11/2012
70 - Andros Townsend - 11/10/2013
71 - Harry Kane - 27/3/2015
72 - Ryan Mason - 31/3/2015
73 - Dele Alli - 9/10/2015
74 - Eric Dier - 13/11/2015
75 - Danny Rose - 26/3/2016
76 - Kieran Trippier - 13/6/2017