REVEALED: Luton Town's best international XI

Hatters fans have their say on who should make the best team

Saturday, 12th June 2021, 10:10 am
See who you picked in your Luton Town international XI

With Euro 2020 starting this week, a special poll was run on the Luton News website asking supporters to select their best ever team of internationals who have represented the Hatters. The only rule was they had to win a cap while at Kenilworth Road and to see who made the final cut, check out the full team below.

Talented goalkeeper won three caps while at the Hatters, making his debut in February 1955. Currently the oldest surviving player to have represented England after turning 92 last week.
Right back joined Luton from Shelbourne and went on to win 15 caps for his country after a first appearance against France in 1953.
One of Town's classiest defenders, he made his international debut in May 1980, winning 58 caps during his time at Kenilworth Road, playing in both the 1982 and 1986 World Cup finals.
Former Town skipper and manager earned three England caps during his lengthy career with Luton. Called up for the 1954 World Cup Finals in Switzerland too, playing in the opening 4-4 draw against Belgium.
Popular centre half won 14 of his 61 caps during his two years with the Hatters after joining from HJK Helsinki.
Won 17 of his impressive 92 caps while at Kenilworth Road and also featured in the 2006 World Cup Finals, playing in all three group stage matches against Sweden, England and Paraguay.
True Luton Town legend won three caps for England with his debut coming in September 1982 as a substitute for Bryan Robson in a 2-2 draw with Denmark, Bobby Robson's first match in charge of the Three Lions.
One of Town's Littlewoods Cup heroes, the midfielder won 15 of his 24 caps while with Luton, also scoring his only international goal in that time, coming in a 1-1 draw against Poland.
Exciting left winger made 16 of his 30 international appearances while with the Hatters, his debut coming in a 0-0 friendly draw against France on April 27, 1988.
Imposing striker won two England caps while at Luton, his debut coming against Israel in February 1988 and then also featuring in a 1-0 friendly win over Denmark later that year.
Legendary Luton forward had just a single England cap during his career, that coming in a 2-0 defeat against France on February 29, 1984, partnering Hatters' team-mate Paul Walsh upfront.
Croatian international goalkeeper has won two of his three caps since moving to Kenilworth Road and is currently part of the Euro 2020 Finals squad.
Full back won three caps for Ireland when with the Hatters, his debut coming in a 2-0 European Championship qualifier win over Czechoslovakia in April 1959.
Left back won the last two of his 18 caps while with Luton, playing matches against Luxembourg and Romania.
Centre half made his Wales debut and played 11 of his 25 games while at Luton, becoming the first English-born player to captain his country. Also scored his only goal too in a 3-1 win over the Republic of Ireland.
Long-serving Town midfielder was handed his DR Congo debut earlier this month and won a second cap in a 1-1 draw with Mali on Friday.
Won eight of his 56 caps while with Luton, scoring twice. Had two spells as manager between 1967-71 and 1980-93 reaching the 1982 and 1986 World Cup Finals.
Won all five of his caps during a two-year stint at Luton, making his debut in a 0-0 friendly draw with Australia on June 12, 1983, scoring his only goal in a 1-0 win against the same opposition three days later.