Expectations going into the 2014 World Cup may have been the lowest in a long time, but England's performance was a huge disappointment nonetheless. Just one point gained and two goals scored, they finished bottom of their group and exited at the earliest possible juncture.
According to Sam Wallace in The Independent, Roy Hodgson's position as manager is seemingly secure, with Greg Dyke, the chairman of the FA, suggesting he will lead England at Euro 2016 in France.
But where does this campaign rank in comparison to previous World Cups? Having not entered the first three and failing to qualify for a further three, England have played at a total of 14 finals, and here we order their performances, taking into account number of wins, how many goals they scored, the quality of the football and at what stage they exited.