icon_corner icon_start_stop icon_start_stop icon_start_stop icon_post icon_miss icon_save icon_card_red icon_save icon_start_stop icon_sub icon_card_yellow attack icon chevron-down icon chevron-left icon chevron-right icon chevron-up icon cross icon defence icon icon_disallowed_goal email icon facebook icon google icon instagram icon linkedin icon messenger icon pinterest icon play icon plus-thin icon plus icon search icon soundcloud icon sub-in icon sub-out icon tweet icon twitter icon icon_user__out icon_user_out vimeo icon whatsapp icon icon_start_stop youtube icon

High Contrast is on. Turn off You can turn high contrast on again via the link in the footer to our accessibilty page



Three Magpies For Three Lions

NUFC Logo Newcastle United FC

Three of Newcastle United's youngsters - Adam Armstrong, Freddie Woodman and Kyle Cameron - were involved for England under-16s against Germany

By Dan King - Newcastle United Club Reporter

Adam Armstrong scored and Freddie Woodman captained England under-16s in a 4-3 friendly defeat to Germany on Thursday evening.

Defender Kyle Cameron completed a Newcastle United trio in Cologne as Kenny Swain's side played for the first time since a triumphant Sky Sports Victory Shield campaign at the end of last year.

Woodman started before coming off at half-time with the score at 1-1, and although it was the first time the goalkeeper had conceded in five England appearances spread across under-16 and under-17 level, he was honoured to wear the armband.

The 15-year-old told nufc.co.uk: "It was a very proud moment for me and my family. Dreams do come true."

Armstrong, 15, and Cameron, 16, were both winning their second caps. Cameron played the first half while Armstrong appeared as a 48th minute substitute, finding the net within 12 minutes of his arrival.

That made it 3-2 to England but the hosts scored two late goals to win the game.