The England football team might still have a touchy relationship with its fans after this summer's disastrous World Cup campaign, but it can count on the support of one Brit in the run up to 2018.
Jaguar Land Rover has signed up to support the FA's bid to host the World Cup in eight years time. The brands have supplied a total of 11 vehicles to the campaign, with four Range Rovers, one Discovery 4 and four Jaguar XJs to be used to assist the FIFA inspections that are due to take place later this month.
A further two Jaguar XFs have been supplied to assist the FA's team with their domestic work as they try and bring one of the biggest sporting events to the UK.
Andy Anson, England 2018 World Cup Bid chief executive said: "Jaguar and Land Rover are premium British brands that are ideally suited to support our FIFA World Cup bid. At England 2018, we are committed to proving we have the qualities required to stage the world's biggest tournament and to have the support of brands that are so recognisable across the entire globe is tremendous news."