Where are they now? - Revisiting Great Britain's 2012 Olympic Games football team

The 2012 Olympic Games saw Great Britain field their first football team at the event since 1960, and the side exited in the quarter-finals after a heartbreaking penalty shootout lost to South Korea.

Monday, 24th June 2019, 1:32 pm
Updated Monday, 24th June 2019, 2:32 pm

Here's where all the squad are now...

The stopper now has 12 England caps to his name, and is set to make a 20 million to Aston Villa this summer.
After spells with Blackpool and Sunderland, Steele is now on the books at Premier League side Brighton, and will be looking to push for the number one shirt next season.
The powerful centre-back is still at West Bromwich Albion, and has become an integral member of the squad over the last few years.
The Welshman will be playing Premier League football with Aston Villa next season, after his side powered into the top tier via the 2018/19 Championship play-offs.
The 2012 Champions League winner eventually left Chelsea after failing to break into the first team, and has been with Southampton ever since.
The left-back went on to become a seasoned England left-back. He's still on the books with Spurs, but will likely leave this summer.
Tomkins spent another few seasons at West Ham United, before making the switch to Crystal Palace. He's still on the books with the Eagles now, after three seasons at Selhurst Park.
Richards was moved on by Manchester City as they continued to spend big, and he's now at Aston Villa. However, he's not played a competitive match since October 2016.
Despite being tipped as a future England star, Caulker failed to live up to his early hype, and is now playing out in Turkey with Alanyaspor
After failing to impress at Manchester United and then Everton, the dynamic midfielder has now rebuilt his career at Watford.
After the Olympics, Allen made a big move to Liverpool. After failing to win anything with the Reds, he moved on to Stoke City. He also starred in Euro 2016 for Wales.
One of the side's veterans, Giggs played another two seasons with Manchester United before retiring. He's now the manager of the Wales national side.
Ramsey went on to win three FA Cups with Arsenal, but couldn't agree to a new deal. He's going to play for Maurizio Sarri's Juventus next season.
The tough-tackler left Southampton for Swansea City, where he spent three seasons. He's now a key player for Sean Dyche's Burnley.
Strurridge has continued to struggle with injury problems throughout his career, but won the Champions League with Liverpool last season.
The tenacious forward moved to Cardiff City and earned promotion to the Premier League. Now retired from the game, he's just become the U23s manager at Anderlecht.
Despite a doomed move to Manchester City, Sinclair went on to star for Celtic, where he's won an impressive three league titles and five domestic cups.
The former Bolton man has played for a host for sides since 2012, from Burnley to Colchester United. He spent last season on loan at Northampton Town, from Burton.