|Owner||England and Wales Cricket Board|
|ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup wins||1998|
The England Under-19 cricket team have been playing official Under-19 Test matches since 1974. Prior to 1991/92 they were known as England Young Cricketers.
Former captains include Mike Atherton, Michael Vaughan, Alastair Cook and Andrew Flintoff, who have all gone on to captain the senior national team in Test matches.
This lists all the players who have been selected for England under-19s since the start of the 2019 season and their most recent call-up. In that period squads have been named for:
The team's coach is Jon Lewis, who has been in position since the 2018 Under-19 Cricket World Cup.
|Name||Age||Primary role||Batting Style||Bowling Style||County||Most Recent Call-up|
|George Balderson||11 October 2000||Batsman||Left-handed||Right-arm medium||Lancashire||2020 Under-19 World Cup|
|Ben Charlesworth||19 November 2000||Batsman||Left-handed||Right-arm medium-fast||Gloucestershire||2020 Under-19 World Cup|
|Tom Clark||2 July 2001||Batsman||Left-handed||Right-arm medium||Sussex||2020 Under-19 World Cup|
|Joey Evison||14 November 2001||Batsman||Right-handed||Slow left-arm orthodox||Nottinghamshire||2020 Under-19 World Cup|
|Jack Haynes||30 January 2001||Batsman||Right-handed||Right-arm off-break||Worcestershire||2020 Under-19 World Cup|
|Lewis Goldsworthy||8 January 2001||Batsman||Right-handed||Slow left-arm orthodox||Somerset||2020 Under-19 World Cup|
|Sam Young||30 July 2000||Batsman||Right-handed||Right-arm off-break||Somerset||2020 Under-19 World Cup|
|Scott Currie||2 May 2001||All-rounder||Right-handed||Right-arm medium-fast||Hampshire||2020 Under-19 World Cup|
|Luke Doneathy||26 July 2002||All-rounder||Right-handed||Right-arm medium||Durham||2019 home tri-series|
|George Hill||24 January 2001||All-rounder||Right-handed||Right-arm medium-fast||Yorkshire||2020 Under-19 World Cup|
|Dom Leech||10 January 2001||All-rounder||Right-handed||Right-arm medium||Yorkshire||2019 home tri-series|
|Dan Mousley||8 July 2001||All-rounder||Left-handed||Right-arm off-break||Warwickshire||2020 Under-19 World Cup|
|Finlay Bean||16 April 2002||Wicket-keeper||Left-handed||—||Yorkshire||2019 home tri-series|
|Jordan Cox||21 October 2000||Wicket-keeper||Right-handed||—||Kent||2020 Under-19 World Cup|
|Harry Duke||6 September 2001||Wicket-keeper||Right-handed||—||Yorkshire||2020 Under-19 World Cup|
|Kasey Aldridge||24 December 2000||Pace bowler||Right-handed||Right-arm medium||Somerset||2020 Under-19 World Cup|
|Blake Cullen||31 March 2002||Pace bowler||Right-handed||—||Middlesex||2020 Under-19 World Cup|
|Nick Kimber||16 January 2001||Pace bowler||Right-handed||Right-arm medium||Nottinghamshire||2019 home tri-series|
|Ned Leonard||15 August 2002||Pace bowler||Right-handed||Right-arm medium||Somerset||2019 home tri-series|
|James Taylor||19 January 2001||Pace bowler||Right-handed||Right-arm medium||Surrey||2019 home tri-series|
|Luke Hollman||16 September 2000||Spin bowler||Left-handed||Right-arm leg-break||Middlesex||2019–20 Caribbean tri-series|
|Jack Morley||25 May 2001||Spin bowler||Left-handed||Slow left-arm orthodox||Lancashire||2019 home tri-series|
|Hamidullah Qadri||5 December 2000||Spin bowler||Right-handed||Right-arm off-break||Kent||2020 Under-19 World Cup|
|1988||Australia||Squad||Semi Final (4th place)|
|2000||Sri Lanka||Squad||Group Stage 2 (6th place)|
|2002||New Zealand||Squad||Group Stage 2 (7th place)|
|2004||Bangladesh||Squad||Semi Final (4th place)|
|2006||Sri Lanka||Squad||Semi Final (4th place)|
|2010||New Zealand||Squad||8th place|
|2014||United Arab Emirates||Squad||3rd place|
|2018||New Zealand||Squad||7th place|
|2020||South Africa||Squad||9th place|
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