The English Football Association chief executive, Martin Glenn will step down at the end of the 2018-19 season after three and a half years in the role.

The FA said he was leaving having "delivered much of what he came to do".

In a statement, the FA credited him with creating the "culture around St George's Park and the England teams which has led to an unprecedented period of success".

Glenn said it had been a "huge honour and a privilege" to lead the FA.

"I will leave feeling proud of the success of the performance of all the England teams," he added.

"I am confident that we have established in St George's Park a world-class centre which will ensure that the teams will continue to build on their current successes."

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