Manchester City, Everton, Chelsea, Manchester United, Arsenal and Liverpool are all represented in the England national football team line-up this evening.
Very few 'Golden generation' England national football team athletes remain in the England starting XI who will be tasted with downing Norway in this evening's international friendly at Wembley Stadium.
There was a time where the names Frank Lampard and Steven Gerrard were synonymous with the Three Lions, but England are now being ushered into a new era by manager Roy Hodgson - and the experienced dugout veteran has continued to select up-and-coming talent, with Everton fringe player John Stones slotting into defence and players like Raheem Sterling keeping his place.
Sterling was one of the few positives from England's World Cup campaign. He was unperturbed by the 'event' and rose to the occasion, while Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain's form in the build-up to the competition was superb. He too, wins a place in the Wembley line-up and is accompanied in midfield by a familiar face; his fellow Gunner - Jack Wilshere.
There is no room for former Manchester United striker Danny Welbeck, regardless of the press he has received this week following his transfer to North London, while Chelsea only have on representative in the team in Gary Cahill.
Liverpool have the most players (three), with Jordan Henderson and Daniel Sturridge joining Sterling.
Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart retains his place between the sticks.
Here is the complete line-up…
England: Hart; Stones, Jones, Cahill, Baines; Oxlade-Chamberlain, Wilshere, Henderson; Sterling, Sturridge, Rooney.