West Ham have sent as many as nine players to represent England against Germany over the years.
Among those nine are some the the Three Lions’ top players of all time such as Sir Bobby Moore and Sir Geoff Hurst.
Seven other clubs have had more of their players represent England against Germany.
Manchester United come top of the list with a total of 26 players.
Closely following United are Arsenal.
The Gunners have sent 25 players to represent England against Germany. Amongst them are the likes of David Seaman, David Platt and Tony Adams.
Liverpool have sent the next highest number of players to face Germany - 19.
They’re followed by Tottenham (18), Chelsea (13), Manchester City (12), Everton (11), West Ham (nine), Aston Villa (also nine) and Leeds (eight).
Manchester United also come top in terms of the number of matches their players have faced against Germany - 42.
Four United players have played Germany three times while at the club - Paul Scholes, Gary Neville, David Beckham and Sir Bobby Charlton.
Arsenal’s players have faced the Germans 38 times in total with Kenny Sansom and David Seaman doing so four times each.
Liverpool players have played Germany 33 times with Steven Gerrard’s four games being the most of any one of their players.
Tottenham’s players have played 24 times for England against Germany, while West Ham’s have played 21 times.
These figures are only for players to have played in matches against Germany and does not include unused substitutes.
Club | Players
Man United | 26
Arsenal | 25
Liverpool | 19
Tottenham | 18
Chelsea | 13
Man City | 12
Everton | 11
West Ham | 9
Aston Villa | 9
Leeds | 8
The lineups for the England-Germany games have been provided by http://www.11v11.com.