Gareth Ainsworth and Barry Richardson are World Cup winners after helping England clinch the World Cup Seniors title in Thailand.
The Blues boss scored and set one up in a 2-2 draw in the final against Scotland before the Three Lions won 5-4 on penalties to win the trophy.
The pair had played a vital part throughout the tournament, with Ainsworth bagging an eight-minute hat-trick in a 6-0 romp over USA in the group stages, and scoring a header in the 2-1 semi-final victory against Iran.
Richardson captained his country in a 1-1 draw with the host nation, in an England squad largely made up of Harrogate Veterans FC players including former professionals Simon Baldry (ex-Huddersfield Town) and Dean Barrick (previously of Cambridge United and Preston North End).
Speaking before the final, Ainsworth said: “It’s an amazing experience and I’m very proud to wear the England shirt. The tournament has been first class and professionally run.
“It’s been harder than I expected even after playing League 2 football. Altogether it’s been a fantastic experience.”
The week-long tournament included football coaching sessions with children in the Sa Kaeo area, a visit to Watthana School to pose for photos and sign autographs, and a dinner at the Governor’s House where Ainsworth took lead vocals on a rendition of “We Will Rock You” by the England squad.