After their final pre-tournament friendly in Miami was eventually wrapped up, the Three Lions took an overnight flight to reach Brazil, where their training camp is waitingEngland have arrived in Brazil ahead of the start of their World Cup campaign.
Though the electrical storm that disrupted Saturday's final warm-up friendly against Honduras in Miami threatened to delay their departure, the Three Lions flew out on an overnight plane to Rio de Janeiro shortly after the 0-0 draw.
Roy Hodgson's men have a base camp ready and waiting for them in Rio, including a five-star hotel and training at the Urca military base next to Sugarloaf Mountain.
They now face six days of preparation for their first fixture in Group D, which sees them take on Italy in Manaus.
Cesare Prandelli's Azzurri wrapped up their pre-tournament friendlies with a surprising failure to beat Luxembourg on Friday, the visitors netting a shock late equaliser.
Italy earlier drew 0-0 with Republic of Ireland, while England's stalemate with Honduras followed a 2-2 draw with Ecuador and a 3-0 home victory over Peru.