Keryn Seal will captain England at the European Blind Football Championships in Hereford which start on Saturday.
Seal became captain of the Three Lions following the retirement of England legend David Clarke after the 2012 Paralympics.
The 32-year-old could make his 100th international appearance during the tournament.
England go in to the tournament as one of the favorites having finished as runners-up at the IBSA World Games in Seoul in May, after losing 2-1 to Argentina in the final.
The Three Lions have enjoyed a rapid progression under manager John Pugh who is the team’s ex goalkeeper and assistant manager.
Keryn Seal – age 32, 95 appearances, 9 goals.
Owen Bainbridge – age 25, 27 appearances, 4 goals.
Daniel English – age 24, 62 appearances, 12 goals.
Jonathan Heenan – age 25, 26 appearances.
William Norman – age 35, 38 appearances.
Roy Turnham – age 29, 34 appearances, 2 goals.
Robin Williams – age 27, 56 appearances, 9 goals.
Mateen Noray – age 26, 1appearance.
Lewis Skyers (Goalkeeper) – age 31, 33 appearances.
Daniel James (Goalkeeper) – age 28, 62 appearances.