Leeds players to have represented England
This page is a record of every Leeds United players to have represented England since 1920. In total, 33 players have represented the England national team whilst playing for Leeds United.
Willis Edwards became the first Leeds player to represent England aged 22 in a 1-3 defeat to Wales in March 1926. Kalvin Phillips is the last Leeds player to represent England against Hungary in the UEFA Nations League in June 2022.
Jack Charlton remains the only active Leeds United player to have won the World Cup, lifting the Jules Rimet trophy following a 4-2 victory over West Germany at Wembley on 30 July 1966. Big Jack also holds the club record for most England caps whilst an active Leeds playwr having amassed 35 appearances in total between 1965 and 1970.
Alan Peacock became the first ever active Leeds player to score for England in a 2-1 victory over Northern Ireland at Wembley Stadium on 10 November 1965.
Robbie Fowler remains the last active Leeds player to score for England after coming on as a substitute in a 2-2 friendly draw with Cameroon on 26 May 2002 at the Wing Stadium, Kobe.
Kalvin Phillips became the first Leeds player to represent England at a major tournament final since Jack Charlton v West Germany in 1966.