The Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team, the legendary Red Arrows, provided a flypast of the English National Football Centre at St Georges Park, on Sunday 10th June as a farewell and good luck to the England Squad, prior to their departure for the World Cup Finals in Russia.
The England Squad are completing their final few days of preparation before departing for Russia and their first match. The Reds were en-route back their base at RAF Scampton, near Lincoln, having displayed at the 2018 RAF Cosford Airshow, in celebration of the 100th Anniversary of the forming of the Royal Air Force; RAF100.
Wing Commander Neil Hope MBE, on behalf of the Royal Air Force Football Association said; 'we were pleased to be able to complete a flypast of the iconic SGP training venue, with the England Squad watching on, as a good luck gesture to Gareth Southgate and his squad. The RAF and RAF Football Association send their best wishes to the England team for a successful tournament.