ergebnis england island -Es sind die letzten Partien des 1. Rooney und Wilshire verwalten jetzt das Spiel der Engländer im Mittelfeld, der 10er dann aber mit einem krassen Fehlpass aus aussichtsreicher Position. Nach einer isländischen Ecke kommt der Abpraller zu Skulason, der aus 30 Metern draufhält. Weder Cahill noch Smalling stören ihn entscheidend. Auch bei den Isländern wird nochmal gewechselt, Traustason hat beim Turnier hier schon ein Jokertor erzielt. Jamie Vardy kommt für Raheem Sterling ins Spiel. Sow kommt für Zuber. Island spielte sehr defensiv und war nur selten in der Offensive zu sehen, hat aber aus seinen beiden einzigen richtigen Chancen zwei Tore gemacht - auch dank kräftiger Mithilfe von der englischen Defensive.
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Lillies of the Valley. Stocks Reservoir , Lancashire . River Crouch , Essex. The people of Jersey are often called Islanders or, in individual terms, Jerseyman or Jerseywoman.
Some Jersey-born people identify as British. For immigration and nationality purposes, the United Kingdom generally treats Jersey as though it were part of the UK.
Jersey is constitutionally entitled to restrict immigration  by non-Jersey residents, but control of immigration at the point of entry cannot be introduced for British, certain Commonwealth and EEA nationals without change to existing international law.
Migration policy is to move to a registration system to integrate residential and employment status. United Kingdom immigration legislation may be extended to Jersey by order in council subject to exceptions and adaptations following consultation with Jersey and with Jersey's consent.
Historical large-scale immigration was facilitated by the introduction of steamships from By , up to 5, English people , mostly half-pay officers and their families, had settled in Jersey.
By the end of the 19th century, well-to-do British families, attracted by the lack of income tax, were settling in Jersey in increasing numbers, establishing St Helier as a predominantly English-speaking town.
Seasonal work in agriculture had depended mostly on Bretons and mainland Normans from the 19th century. The growth of tourism attracted staff from the United Kingdom.
Following liberation in , agricultural workers were mostly recruited from the United Kingdom — the demands of reconstruction in mainland Normandy and Brittany employed domestic labour.
Until the s, the population had been relatively stable for decades at around 60, excluding the Occupation years. Economic growth spurred immigration and a rise in population, which is, by , about , From the s Portuguese workers arrived, mostly working initially in seasonal industries in agriculture and tourism.
Immigration has helped give aspects of Jersey a distinct urban character, particularly in and around the parish of St Helier, which contributes much to ongoing debates between development and sustainability throughout the island.
Religion in Jersey has a complex history, drawn largely from different Christian denominations. In , Jersey's first ever national survey of religion found that two fifths of Jersey people have no religion , with only small handfuls of Jersey people belonging to the non-Christian religions.
The established church is the Church of England , from under the See of Canterbury previously under the Winchester diocese. In the countryside, Methodism found its traditional stronghold.
A substantial minority of Roman Catholics can also be found in Jersey. There are two Catholic private combined primary and secondary schools: A Catholic order of Sisters has a presence in school life.
During the 20th century, British cultural influence saw an intense language shift take place and Jersey today is predominantly English-speaking.
Anglicisation of the place names increased apace with the migration of English people to the island. Some Neolithic carvings are the earliest works of artistic character to be found in Jersey.
Only fragmentary wall-paintings remain from the rich mediaeval artistic heritage, after the wholesale iconoclasm of the Calvinist Reformation of the 16th century.
The island is particularly famous for the Battle of Flowers , a carnival held annually since The island's patron saint is Saint Helier.
Channel is a commercial radio station. Bailiwick Radio broadcasts two music services, Classics and Hits, online at bailiwickradio.
Radio Youth FM is an internet radio station run by young people. Bailiwick Express is one of Jersey's digital online news sources. Jersey has only one newspaper, the Jersey Evening Post , which is printed six days a week, and has been in publication since The traditional folk music of Jersey was common in country areas until the midth century.
It cannot be separated from the musical traditions of continental Europe, and the majority of songs and tunes that have been documented have close parallels or variants, particularly in France.
In contemporary music, Nerina Pallot has enjoyed international success. West established the first cinema in the Royal Hall in St.
Helier, which became known as West's Cinema in demolished The large Art Deco Forum Cinema was opened in — during the German occupation this was used for German propaganda films.
The Odeon Cinema was opened 2 June and, was later rebranded in the early 21st century as the Forum cinema. Its owners, however, struggled to meet tough competition from the Cineworld Cinemas group, which opened a 10 screen multiplex on the waterfront centre in St.
Helier on reclaimed land in December and the Odeon closed its doors in late The Odeon is now a listed building. First held in , the Branchage Jersey International Film Festival  attracts filmmakers from all over the world.
Seafood has traditionally been important to the cuisine of Jersey: Jersey milk being very rich, cream and butter have played a large part in insular cooking.
See Channel Island milk However, there is no indigenous tradition of cheese making, contrary to the custom of mainland Normandy, but some cheese is produced commercially.
Jersey fudge , mostly imported and made with milk from overseas Jersey cattle herds, is a popular food product with tourists. They were originally grown using vraic as a natural fertiliser giving them their own individual taste, only a small portion of those grown in the island still use this method.
They are eaten in a variety of ways, often simply boiled and served with butter or when not as fresh fried in butter.
Apples historically were an important crop. Cider used to be an important export. After decline and near-disappearance in the late 20th century, apple production is being increased and promoted.
Besides cider, apple brandy is produced. Other production of alcohol drinks includes wine,  and in the first commercial vodkas made from Jersey Royal potatoes were marketed.
In its own right Jersey participates in the Commonwealth Games and in the biennial Island Games , which it first hosted in and more recently in In sporting events in which Jersey does not have international representation, when the British Home Nations are competing separately, islanders that do have high athletic skill may choose to compete for any of the Home Nations — there are, however, restrictions on subsequent transfers to represent another Home Nation.
The Jersey cricket team plays in the Inter-insular match among others. The Jersey cricket team competed in the World Division 4, held in Tanzania in October , after recently finishing as runners-up and therefore being promoted from the World Division 5 held in Jersey.
They also competed in the European Division 2, held in Guernsey during August The youth cricket teams have been promoted to play in the European Division 1 alongside Ireland, Scotland, Denmark, the Netherlands and Guernsey.
In two tournaments at this level Jersey have finished 6th. Ouen next to the ruins of Grosnez Castle. The Jersey Football Association supervises football in Jersey.
The Jersey Football Combination has nine teams in its top division. Jersey national football team plays in the annual Muratti competition among others.
Jersey Reds compete in the English rugby union system ;  after four promotions in five seasons, the last three of which were consecutive, they competed in the second-level RFU Championship in — Jersey has two public indoor swimming pools.
Swimming in the sea, windsurfing and other marine sports are practised. A round-island swim is a major challenge that a select number of swimmers have achieved.
There is one facility for extreme sports and some facilities for youth sports. Jersey has one un-roofed skateboarding park. Coastal cliffs provide opportunities for rock climbing.
Two professional golfers from Jersey have won the Open Championship seven times between them; Harry Vardon won six times and Ted Ray won once.
Vardon and Ray also won the U. Harry Vardon's brother, Tom Vardon , had wins on various European tours. Wace , a Norman poet of the 12th century, is Jersey's earliest known author.
Frederick Tennyson and Gerald Durrell were among authors who made Jersey their home. Contemporary authors based in Jersey include Jack Higgins.
The States of Jersey provides education through state schools including a fee-paying option at secondary level and also supports private schools.
The Jersey curriculum follows that of England. Jersey has a college of further education and university centre, Highlands College.
As well as offering part-time and evening courses, Highlands is also a sixth form provider, working alongside Hautlieu School which offers the only non-fee-paying sixth form, and works collaboratively with a range of organisations including the Open University , University of Plymouth and London South Bank University.
In particular students can study at Highlands for the two-year foundation degree in financial services and for a BSc in social sciences, both validated by the University of Plymouth.
The Institute of Law is Jersey's law school , providing a course for students seeking to qualify as Jersey advocates and solicitors.
The Institute of Law also runs a 'double degree' course: Private sector higher education providers include the Jersey International Business School.
Jersey has four designated Ramsar sites: Jersey is the home of the Jersey Zoo formerly known as the Durrell Wildlife Park  founded by the naturalist, zookeeper and author Gerald Durrell.
Four species of small mammal are considered native: Three wild mammals are well-established introductions: The stoat Mustela erminea became extinct in Jersey between and The Green lizard Lacerta bilineata is a protected species of reptile; Jersey is its only habitat in the British Isles.
The red-billed chough Pyrrhocorax pyrrhocorax became extinct in Jersey around , when changes in farming and grazing practices led to a decline in the coastal slope habitat required by this species.
Birds on the Edge, a project between States of Jersey , Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust and Jersey National Trust, is working to restore Jersey's coastal habitats and reinstate the red-billed chough and other bird species to the island .
Jersey is the only place in the British Isles where the agile frog Rana dalmatina is found. The species is the subject of an ongoing programme to save it from extinction in Jersey via a collaboration between States of Jersey , Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust and Jersey Amphibian and Reptile Group JARG , with support and sponsorship from several other organisations.
The programme includes captive breeding and release, public awareness and habitat restoration activities. Trees generally considered native are the alder Alnus glutinosa , silver birch Betula pendula , sweet chestnut Castanea sativa , hazel Corylus avellana , hawthorn Crataegus monogyna , beech Fagus sylvatica , ash Fraxinus excelsior , aspen Populus tremula , wild cherry Prunus avium , blackthorn Prunus spinosa , holm oak Quercus ilex , oak Quercus robur , sallow Salix cinerea , elder Sambucus nigra , elm Ulmus spp.
Among notable introduced species, the cabbage palm Cordyline australis has been planted in coastal areas and may be seen in many gardens.
Notable marine species  include the ormer , conger , bass, undulate ray , grey mullet , ballan wrasse and garfish. Marine mammals include the bottlenosed dolphin  and grey seal.
Historically the island has given its name to a variety of overly-large cabbage, the Jersey cabbage , also known as Jersey kale or cow cabbage.
Japanese Knotweed Fallopia japonica is an invasive species that threatens Jersey's biodiversity. The first lifeboat was equipped, funded by the States, in The RNLI established a lifeboat station in Jersey has adopted the emergency number alongside its existing emergency number.
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Retrieved 10 July Archived from the original on 10 October Archived 19 March at the Wayback Machine. Retrieved 2 December Jersey Battle of Flowers Association.Jamie Vardy kann sich allerdings nicht durchsetzen und die folgende Ecke verstreicht erfolglos. Beinahe die erneute Führung für die "Three Lions"! Oder retten sich die "Three Lions" irgendwie in die Verlängerung? Nach diesem fulminanten Auftakt müssen sich beide Mannschaften erst einmal neu sortieren. Ursprünglich hat Eric Dier lange Bälle in die Spitze spielen sollen. Das letzte Achtelfinale der EM läuft! Bjarnason soll helfen, den Vorsprung über die Zeit zu retten. Nach der Pause legten der ehemalige Münchner Xherdan Shaqiri Sturridge erläuft die Kugel auf dem rechten Flügel und flankt den Ball von der Grundlinie in den Strafraum. Der saftige Schuss fliegt jedoch knapp über das Gehäuse! Roy Hodgson schickt die ersten Spieler zum Aufwärmen. Das Epos der Isländer bei dieser Europameisterschaft geht weiter. Die Engländer rennen weiter an, Island will den Vorsprung in die Kabine retten. Der Schuss war haltbar, aber es steht tatsächlich 2: