Full details of the England squad for Euro 2016.
Veteran midfielder Tomas Rosicky was the surprise inclusion in the final 23 despite playing only a few minutes for Arsenal in an injury-ravaged season, his last for the London club.
Those who failed to make the cut after being included in a provisional 28-man squad included midfielder Lukas Marecek and strikers Matej Vydra and Patrik Schick.
Slavia Prague’s Milan Skoda got the nod ahead of Vydra while Roman Hubnik was a surprise selection as an extra defender.
Midfielders Martin Frydek and Lukas Vacha failed to make the provisional 28-man list after falling out of favour following injuries during the season.
Name: Fraser Forster
Age 28 (17.03.88)
Commanding keeper, in great form for Southampton. A former Newcastle trainee who broke through at Celtic.
Age 29 (19.04.87)
One of the team’s biggest personalities. Has suffeed dips in form and injuries but has come back stronger.
Age 30 (15.04.86)
Former Man United trainee, likely third-choice now that Jack Butland is injured.
Age 26 (05.08.89)
Former Chelsea trainee who wll be the back-up left-back. Member of the Great Britain side at the 2012 Olympics.
Age 30 (19.12.85)
Experienced centre-back, strong in the air, good positionally, but in and out of the Chelsea side.
Age 25 (05.04.91)
Right-back, good going forward but questionable positional sense when defensing. Can also play on the left.
Age 25 (02.07.90)
Recent debutant at left-back. In great form for Spurs this season and has become his country’s number one.
Age 26 (22.11.89)
Centre-back in great form for United. Can play right-back. Signed by Hodgson for Fulham from non league.
Age 21 (28.05.94)
Hugely promising young centre-back. Adventurous with the ball but error-prone.
Age 25 (28.05.90)
Right-back. Makes intelligent runs. Missed last two tournaments through injury.
Dele Alli 6/1
Age 20 (11.04.96)
Spectacular rise this season. Playing for MK Dons a year ago. Mix of poise, technique and aggression.
Age 22 (05.12.93)
Promising young all-rounder with good mix of technique, vision and tenacity. Not enjoyed the best of seasons with Everton.
Age 21 (11.1.94)
Recently-capped defender converted to holding midfield role. Raised in Portugal at Sporting’s academy.
Age 25 (17.06.90)
A Hodgson favourite and midfield all-rounder who has recovered from a knee injury in time to make the squad.
Age 27 (10.05.88)
A clever ball player with passing and dribbling ability, mostly on the left. Another Hodgson favourite.
Age 30 (04.01.86)
Admired by Hodgson for his discipline, industry and versatility. A useful schoolboy cricketer.
Club: Manchester City
Age 21 (08.12.94)
Speedy, skiful winger who has coped well with the £50m price tag this season. Has receovered from injury in time for the Euros.
Age 24 (01.01.92)
The great white hope. Comfortable in possession with good passing vision, but troubled by injuries.
Age 22 (28.07.93)
England’s most in-form striker. A rapid rise from under-21 loanee two years ago. Not afraid to shoot on sight.
Age 18 (31.10.97)
Teenager who has enjoyed a phenomenal rise from under-18 trainee to England senior in five months. Scored on his England debut against Australia.
Age 30 (24.10.5)
Captain and England’s record goalscorer. It’s 12 years since his explosive tournament debut at Euro 2004. This will be his 7th major finals.
Age 26 (01.01.89)
Talented but troubled by injury and still trying to recapture form of 2013-14. Committed Christian.
Age 29 (11.01.87)
Livewire striker with bags of energy. Late bloomer whose goals were instrumental in Leicester’s unlikely title success.