It’s nearly two years since England beat Venezuela in the U20 World Cup Final.
Obviously an English team winnign a World Cup of any sort sent the hype train into overdrive.
But how have the young champions been faring since taking over the world? – fine, we’ll include at U20 level.
We are taking a look at each player and the game time they have acquired over the season.
Woodman played six of the seven games during the tournament and only conceded three goals.
He made a heroic penalty save in the final and was integral England’s success – future Gordon Banks anyone?
The 21-year-old keeper hasn’t quite pushed on since then, making just three FA Cup appearances for Newcastle in the FA Cup.
Henderson played in the 1-1 draw against Guinea in the group stages of the U20 World Cup.
However, settling in at the Championship’s Sheffield United, Hendo has kept 10 clean sheets in 31 games. Progress.
Southwood (middle) didn’t make an appearance over the tournament and has since been sold from Reading’s academy to non-league Eastleigh.
He has conceded 12 goals in six appearances.
But you’ll never take that World Cup winners’ medal from him.
Kenny is one of many Everton youngsters who featured in the World Cup.
The right back, unlike a lot of his colleagues, has managed to get 12 first team games this season – including nine in the Premier League.
Yes Everton’s defence has been one of the worst in the league under Marco Silva but it’s all valuable experience for Kenny.
Tomori scored an own goal against Guinea but recovered well and was a key member of the team during the knockout games.
The defender joins the long list of Chelsea loanees at Derby and has made an impressive 31 appeances including beating United at Old Trafford.
The versatile young defender played at left-back for the opening two games at the tournament.
But he’s more accustomed to defensive midfield and has featured for Bolton in 20 games so far this season.
Connolly is another Everton youngster, with the Toffees opting to loan the youngster to the Lancashire side for the season.
Chelsea’s highly rated centre-back is on loan at Vitesse Arnhem – a rite of passage for any talented youngster on the Blues’ books.
He has 18 games for the Dutch side in the league and even played in four Europa League qualifiers.
Chances of getting near the Chelsea first team? Zero.
Walker-Peters is one of the more recognisable names in the squad, he has made seven appearances for Spurs this season.
Mauricio Pochettino even trusted the youngster to step up for a trip to the Nou Camp – unfortunately he was rinsed by Ousmane Dembele for Barcelona’s opening goal before regaining his composure.
Fry was one of the lesser known players from the squad but the 21-year-old has become a starter for promotion hopefuls Middlesbrough.
The central defender has made 21 Championship appearances and has made four assists in those games.
Konsa played just a single minute at the World Cup but has progressed well since.
Following a good spell at his boyhood club, Charlton, the centre-back is now a first team player at Championship side Brentford, making 27 league appearances this season.
The Bournemouth midfielder is the most experienced in the top flight, with 48 Premier League games to his name – 13 this season.
He will miss the remainder of the season after he ruptured his ACL in a game against Huddersfield back in December.
Arsenal’s young winger is gradually getting more game time for the Gunners.
He has three Europa League games under his belt with a further nine caps coming in Premier League games for Arsenal.
The jury is still out on his ultimate potential but Unai Emery is already willing to throw him in.
Dowell was a key member of the World Cup squad, he played in every game scoring once and assisting two more goals.
He moved to Sheffield United from Everton last month having not made an appearance for the Toffees.
But the minutes are racking up with five Championship games under his belt since January.
Onomah made 13 Premier League appearances for Spurs as a teenager.
He played a full Championship season for Aston Villa last term before being loaned out to Sheffield Weds this year.
A solid return of three assists in 12 games so far.
Ojo was the first of these players to have risked a move abroad when he moved to Stade Reims in France for the season, leaving Liverpool on loan.
The winger has made 16 appearances in all competitions, contributing just one goal and one assist in that time.
Ejaria was taken from Liverpool by Steven Gerrard’s Rangers side but the loan was cut short in January after he made 14 league appearances for the Glasgow side.
He was then sent to Championship strugglers, Reading, making three appearances for the Royals.
Lookman followed Jadon Sancho’s lead to Germany last season when he signed on loan for RB Leipzig.
The winger returned to Everton for this season and has made 17 appearances in all competitions and has scored once with a further two assists to his name.
Chapman had been at Middlesbrough since he was a youngster, the now 21-year-old recently signed for Blackburn
The winger hasn’t set the world alight since his move, with only 167 minutes of first team experience since the January transfer.
One of the names we were expecting so much more from.
Solanke left Chelsea to find some game time at Liverpool but he has since been offloaded to Bournemouth.
He has just the two Premier League appearances for Bournemouth since his January move as he is third choice behind Josh King and Callum Wilson.
Calvert-Lewin, along with Cook, is arguably the player with the most amount of top-level experience from the squad.
The 21-year-old is a regular started for Everton, he has six goals in 24 appearances in all competitions so far this season.
Armstrong was sold from Newcastle to Blackburn Rovers for £1.5million over the summer.
The forward has impressed for Rovers so far this season with eight goals and five assists to his name in all competitions.
But how far can these youngster go?
Should we be reserving seats to Qatar for any of these players just yet?
Well, the France winning side from 2013 had some recognisable names and four players which made it to the 2018 World Cup.
Paul Pogba, Florian Thauvin, Samuel Umtiti and Alphonse Areola all made left Russia with gold around their necks.
Which of the England players do you expect to see on the plane?
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