Fulham have produced more England managers than any other club.
A total of three of England's managers managed the Cottagers before taking on the big job, more than any other side.
The late, great Sir Bobby Robson was Fulham's first England manager.
He began his managerial career at the club before making his name at Ipswich and ultimately taking England further in a World Cup than any manager since Sir Alf Ramsey - the semi-finals of Italia '90.
Robson also has the best post-England record of any manager to date, having gone on to win major titles with Barcelona, PSV Eindhoven and Porto whilst most former England managers fade into obscurity.
Kevin Keegan was the next former Whites manager to get England's top job.
King Kev had a torrid time in the England hot-seat, crashing out of Euro 2000 before ultimately resigning after the dismal defeat to Germany in the last game at the old Wembley stadium.
Current England boss Roy Hodgson completes Fulham's trio of England managers, one who led the Cottagers to the Europa League final back in 2010.
Behind Fulham in the England manager stakes are five other clubs, all of whom have produced two former England managers.
Roma were previously managed by both Sven Goran-Eriksson and Fabio Capello.
Capello is the only England manager to have won the Champions League as a manager, with AC Milan, and also has the highest win percentage of any manager in the England job to date (67 per cent).
Ipswich produced two of England's most successful managers of all time - Sir Alf Ramsey and Sir Bobby Robson.
Ramsey famously won the World Cup with England in 1966, though was shown the door in 1974 after failing to qualify for the World Cup in Germany.
Aston Villa were the former club of one permanent manager, Graham Taylor, and one caretaker, Joe Mercer.
Mercer was also previously the Manchester City manager, a club that were managed by Stuart Pearce prior to his one game stint as England's caretaker manager following the departure of Fabio Capello.
Leeds United have also had two of their former managers take charge of England.
Howard Wilkinson was briefly England's caretaker following Glenn Hoddle's dismissal, and Don Revie was the full-time manager who replaced Sir Alf Ramsey in 1974.
The England Under-21s has also produced two England managers in the shape of caretakers Peter Taylor and Stuart Pearce.