Red Arrows fly over the England squad (Picture: England Twitter/FA).
The Red Arrows have flown the flag above Saint George's Park to send the England team off to Russia for the World Cup 2018.
The squad of 23 watched on as the famous jets - who have recently received their approval to perform at airshows across the world - flew above them in formation.
Players can be seen taking pictures and a photo from a Red Arrow shows the players looking at them from below.
Last year, the Royal Marines trained the England squad in a special training session.
The England side is unbeaten in 10 games under the management of former England international, Gareth Southgate.
The Three Lions have played Nigeria and Costa Rica in their warm-up games, winning 2-1 and 2-0 respectively.
England has been drawn in Group G where they will play Tunisia, Panama and Belgium.
They kick their campaign off against Tunisia on 18 June at 7pm before facing Panama and then Belgium.
Spurs striker Harry Kane has been named captain, while Everton's Jordan Pickford has been handed the number 1 jersey.
Spain, Germany, Argentina, France, Brazil, Portugal and Belgium are among the favourites to win the tournament.
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