Tuesday, 26th August, 2014

Chelsea legend Frank Lampard has announced his retirement from international football with England.

Lampard, who parted ways with Chelsea earlier this summer, turned out in the World Cup for the Three Lions, but could not help his country progress past the group stage.

He recently moved to New York City FC, though is currently on loan at Manchester City, with the new MLS season not kicking off until March 2015.

And the midfielder has opted to call time on his international career after winning 106 caps for his country and scoring 29 goals.


He made his debut for England in October 1999 and played in five major tournaments for the Three Lions.


Lampard ends his career as the sixth most capped player in England history, along with Sir Bobby Charlton.

His final game for England was a 0-0 draw against Costa Rica at the World Cup, a game he was captain in.


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