Kane, Dier in England's World Cup squad
Thu 10 November 2022, 14:15|Tottenham Hotspur
Harry Kane and Eric Dier have been named in England's squad for the 2022 World Cup, which kicks-off in Qatar on Sunday week, 20 November.
Captain since 2018, Harry, 29, leads the Three Lions into a World Cup for the second time having claimed the Golden Boot on the way to the semi-finals in Russia in 2018. Capped 75 times since his debut in 2015, he has scored 51 international goals, just two short of Wayne Rooney's all-time record.
Eric, 28, also first capped in 2015, and a key member of the squad that reached the last four in Russia - he scored the decisive penalty in the Round of 16 shoot-out against Colombia - returned to the international fold after a gap of almost two years to earn caps 46 and 47 against Italy and Germany in September.
England are in Group B in Qatar alongside Iran, USA and Wales. Their first group match is against Iran on Monday 21 November (1pm UK).
Spurs players in England World Cup squads
1950 – Eddie Baily, Ted Ditchburn, Bill Nicholson, Alf Ramsey
1954 – No Spurs players in squad
1958 – Maurice Norman, Bobby Smith
1962 – Jimmy Greaves, Maurice Norman
1966 – Jimmy Greaves
1970 – Alan Mullery, Martin Peters
1982 – Ray Clemence, Glenn Hoddle
1986 – Glenn Hoddle, Gary Stevens, Chris Waddle
1990 – Paul Gascoigne, Gary Lineker
1998 – Darren Anderton, Sol Campbell, Les Ferdinand
2002 – Teddy Sheringham
2006 – Michael Carrick, Jermaine Jenas, Aaron Lennon, Paul Robinson
2010 – Peter Crouch, Michael Dawson, Jermain Defoe, Ledley King, Aaron Lennon
2014 – No Spurs players in squad
2018 - Dele, Eric Dier, Harry Kane (capt), Danny Rose, Kieran Trippier
2022 - Harry Kane (capt), Eric Dier
England first took part in the tournament in 1950, and failed to qualify in 1974, 1978, 1994