Gareth Southgate is the manager of England after signing a four-year contract on 30 november 2016. Southgate had been in interim charge for four games, winning two and drawing two, which was enough to land the job as Sam Allardyce's successor.
Southgate's first managerial position came at Middlesbrough in the summer of 2006 after Steve McClaren left to take charge of England, despite not holding any of the required coaching qualifications.
Under Southgate Boro finished 12th, then 13th, before suffering relegation down to the Championship, with Southgate losing his job shortly into the new season, despite Boro's decent start.
In 2014 Southgate took charge of England's U21 team, with whom he led to the Final of Euro 2015, although England finished rock-bottom of their group, thus exiting early.
Southgate takes charge of the next four England games following Sam Allardyce's departure as the FA look for a long term successor.