Six minutes on the clock, 20 stadiums to guess.
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England famously have a home ground. But that doesn't mean that they've always played there.
Surrey County Cricket Club's ground, The Oval, was the setting of the Three Lions' early home games. It seems strange to think now but back then it wasn't just common to play at a cricket ground - it also wasn't unusual for footballers to also be cricketers, too.
England's home ground opened in 1923, with the national side playing their first game there a year later. Curiously, our famous old stadium was then only used for games against Scotland until May 1951.
The Three Lions have played all over the country, really. Today, we're asking you for the last 20 grounds that they played an international at and called home.
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