No team at this summer’s football World Cup? Want to support another team as well as your own country?
Well, fear not, here's our guide to supporting England.
Full name: England
Nickname: The Three Lions
Emblem: It has three lions and is borrowed from 12th-century English King Richard I. It’s also interspersed with 10 roses. There are versions with a gold star above the three lions, which represent England’s solitary World Cup win in 1966.
Supporters nickname: None.
Headquarters in Russia: The team will stay at Repino, near St Petersburg, and train a few kilometres away.
What to sing
God Save The Queen: England football supporters often launch into a rendition of the national anthem, even during the match.
We’re On Our Way [To Moscow]: This is the song of the moment for England fans: "We're on our way/We're on our way/We're going to Moscow/We're on our way/How we get there we don't know/How we get there we don't care/All I know is we're on our way ..."
'Vardy's On Fire': When Leicester striker Jamie Vardy is having a good game, supporters have a popular chant for him. They sing: “Vardy’s on fire, your defence is terrified,” to the tune of Freed From Desire by Brooklyn-based Italian singer and songwriter Gala.
England ‘Til I Die: To show their eternal support for their team, fans often sing: “I’m England ‘Til I Die” on a loop.
What to shout during matches
You don’t know what you’re doing! (often aimed at referees)
Can we play you every week? (aimed at bad teams)
Who is the best-known superfan?
The trumpet-playing John Hemmingham, who leads the music band that supports England at matches.
Worst moment(s) for England at a world cup?
The problem is not finding a worst moment, it’s choosing from the long list of World Cup woe.
Select from: losing to the US (1950); Maradona’s handball controversially known as "the hand of God" (1986); going out on penalties, again (1990, 1998, 2006).
Best moment for England at a world cup?
Undoubtedly winning in 1966. But it’s been a millstone around the neck of subsequent England teams ever since.
Which players should I look out for?
Raheem Sterling: The 23-year-old attacking midfielder has been on a high after having his best-ever season with Premier League-winning Manchester City. But he was brought back down to earth by tabloid stories criticising him for a tattoo of a gun and turning up later-than-planning to a training camp. Will all the criticism affect his performances?
Harry Kane: England's newly-appointed captain has proved to be a clinical goalscorer for Tottenham but will he be able to light up the World Cup in Russia like he does the Premier League, week-in-week-out?
Trent Alexander-Arnold: The young right-back is not guaranteed to start for England but he is an exciting prospect who has enjoyed a breakthrough season in Liverpool's run to the final of the Champions League. He's super-quick and has a talent for dead-ball situations like free-kicks and corners.
Who should I follow on social media?
Commentators and journalists: