England have been experiencing a very successful spell under Gareth Southgate, reaching a semi-final and final in consecutive tournaments.
With a young and exciting team, can the Three Lions go one step further and win their first tournament since 1966?
Take a look at how the team is shaping up on FIFA 22.
Latest - Kane makes top 22
EA got the official ratings release off to a cracking start, with the top 22 players confirmed.
There was a shakeup at the top of the table, and Harry Kane secured a 90 OVR rating.
Harry Kane (OVR 90)
If anyone deserves to be rated among the very best in the game it is Kane after a fantastic 2021 so far.
Raheem Sterling (OVR 88)
Man City winger Raheem Sterling fired England to the Euro 2020 final with a string of impressive displays, silencing many of his critics in the process.
He didn't see a rating increase, probably down to lack of match play at City, but did keep hold of his previous 88 OVR.
Jadon Sancho (OVR 87)
The transfer saga is over with a move back to England completed for Jadon Sancho.
Away from the transfer circus, Sancho enjoyed another impressive season with a total of 20 goal involvements in the Bundesliga.
Trent Alexander-Arnold (OVR 87)
2020/21 was by no means a disaster for Liverpool or Trent Alexander-Arnold, and he managed to maintain his 87 OVR.
That means he is once again the best right-back in the game.
Jamie Vardy (OVR 86)
Leicester striker Jamie Vardy was overshadowed by Kelechi Iheanacho's late-season form, but he is still one of the best in England.
He kept his 86 OVR ratings, which is great for the experienced Foxes hitman.
Kyle Walker (OVR 85)
One of a plethora of top-class English right-backs, Kyle Walker is among the best RB's in FIFA 22.
With his incredible pace and physical attributes, Walker will once again be a popular man in Ultimate Team.
Marcus Rashford (OVR 85)
Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford didn't set the league alight last season, but he is still one of the world's most exciting talents.
Staying as an 85 OVR seems fair for the England superstar.
Jack Grealish (OVR 84)
Jack Grealish's season was hampered by injury, but he still impressed enough to warrant a major upgrade.
Another of Gareth Southgate's summer heroes, Man City new boy Grealish could play a key part for both club and country this season.
Jordan Henderson (OVR 84)
Having missed large parts of the season through injury, Jordan Henderson's rating took a bit of a hit.
-2 points will hurt one of the Premier League's top midfielders, sending him down towards more mediocre ratings.
Phil Foden (OVR 84)
Man City youngster Phil Foden impresses every time he steps on the pitch.
Foden has seen a great rating increase this season and has phenomenal potential.