Coronavirus: Rashford, Sancho among England players in FIFA 20 tournament
Sixteen England internationals will compete in a FIFA 20 tournament from their homes to raise awareness of the fight against coronavirus.
Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sancho and Trent Alexander-Arnold will be among the England players competing in a FIFA 20 tournament designed to raise awareness of the fight against coronavirus.
The Football Association has announced 16 players across England's senior men and women's teams, and the Under-21 squad, will take part in a competition that begins on Friday.
As well as underlining the importance of the United Kingdom government's advice for citizens to stay at home amid the coronavirus pandemic, the tournament will also highlight the National Emergencies Trust, a collection of community foundations that distributes money to charities.
Mount, Hudson-Odoi and Abraham also among players involved
Chelsea trio Mason Mount, Callum Hudson-Odoi and Tammy Abraham will also compete in the tournament, along with fellow England players Callum Wilson and James Maddison.
Bronze, Nobbs and Roebuck to represent England's women's team
Lucy Bronze, Jordan Nobbs and Ellie Roebuck - all part of Phil Neville's women's squad - will also be involved, as will Under-21 internationals Reiss Nelson, Todd Cantwell, Max Aarons, Eddie Nketiah and Ryan Sessegnon.
The opening round of the tournament begins on Friday 10 April.
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