The Three Lions are one of the oldest names in world football, having given birth to the beautiful game over 150 years ago. Since then, team England have appeared in 14 World Cups and 8 European Championships.
The Tartan army are enjoying resurgence under current manager Gordon Strachan. After missing out on a place at Brazil 2014, Scotland will turn their attentions to making their first appearance at a European Championships for 20 years by qualifying for France 2016.
The Green and White Army have qualified for three World Cups, reaching the quarter-finals in 1958 and 1982. Michael O’Neill is the man at the helm and has been tasked with guiding the side to their first ever European Championships in 2016.
Founded in 1876, the Football Association of Wales is the third oldest football association in the world. Boasting the world’s most expensive player in Gareth Bale, Chris Coleman’s side will be looking to qualify for their first European Championship for 40 years.
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