England's Head Coach

Matthew Mott has ben England's white-ball coach since 2022 (X.com)Matthew Mott has ben England's white-ball coach since 2022 (X.com)

The role of the head coach in England's cricket team has been a vital element in shaping the strategic direction, performance, and development of the team since its formal establishment in 1986.

The lineage of coaches, starting from Micky Stewart to the current coaches, Brendon McCullum and Matthew Mott, showcases a combination of local and international influences that have steered the team through various phases of cricketing trends, challenges, and successes.

Their tenures have seen England reach remarkable heights, including memorable Ashes victories, a No. 1 Test ranking, and wins in global tournaments like the ICC World T20 and the ICC ODI World Cup.

The strategic foresight and leadership of these coaches have been instrumental in tackling the ebb and flow of form and fortune, leaving a huge impact on England cricket. Here's a list of England’s head coaches.

List of England’s Head Coaches

Micky Stewart1986-92England
Keith Fletcher1992-95England
Ray Illingworth1995-96England
David Lloyd1996-99England
Duncan Fletcher1999-2007Zimbabwe
Peter Moores2007-09England
Andy Flower2009-12
Andy Flower (Tests)2012-14Zimbabwe
Ashley Giles (ODIs & T20Is)2012-14England
Peter Moores2014-15England
Trevor Bayliss2015-19Australia
Chris Silverwood2019-22England
Paul Collingwood2022England
Brendon McCullum2022-PresentNew Zealand
Matthew Mott2022-PresentEngland

England’s T20 Coach: Matthew Mott

Matthew Mott will aim to win his second T20 World Cup with England (X.com)Matthew Mott will aim to win his second T20 World Cup with England (X.com)

Appointed as the head coach of England's white-ball team in May 2022, Matthew Mott brought with him experience galore and a proven track record from his previous role as the head coach of the Australia women's national team.

Within just a few months of his tenure, Mott led England's men's T20 team to victory at the ICC T20 World Cup in Australia in November 2022.

Looking ahead, Mott's ongoing strategy involves preparing the England team to defend their T20 World Cup title and continue their success in one-day international competitions.

His role will be pivotal as England seeks to maintain its competitive edge in white-ball cricket leading up to the T20 World Cup 2024.

Mott's ability to adapt strategies to the players' strengths and the opposition's weaknesses will be key to England's aspirations for continued dominance in the limited-overs formats. 

England’s Head Coaches: FAQs

Q.1. Who is the head coach for England?

Answer: Matthew Mott is the current white-ball coach for England, while Brendon McCullum heads the red-ball team of the Three Lions.

Q.2. Who coaches England T20 side?

Answer: Matthew Mott, who was the former coach of Australian women's team is the current head coach of England T20I side.

Q.3. Who is the batting consultant for England?

Answer: England currently don't have a batting consultant. They last had Dinesh Karthik as the consultant during England's tour of India in 2024.

Q.4. Which England cricket player joined the US?

Answer: Liam Plunkett, the former World Cup winner has left England and will play cricket in USA.