|Association||The Football Association|
|Head coach||Stuart Pearce (2012)|
|Captain||Ryan Giggs (2012)|
|Most caps|| Jim Lewis (11)|
Mike Pinner (11)
|Top scorer|| Jim Lewis (9)|
Harry Walden (9)
|First international||Great Britain and Ireland 12–1 Sweden|
|Biggest win||Great Britain and Ireland 12–1 Sweden|
|Biggest defeat||Bulgaria 6–1 Great Britain|
|Olympic Games appearances||8 (First in 1908)|
|Best result||Gold: 1908, 1912|
The Great Britain Olympic football team is the men's football team that represents Great Britain at the Summer Olympic Games (currently branded Team GB). The team is organised by the English Football Association (FA) as the footballing representative of the British Olympic Association. The team only competes in the Olympic Games. In other international football tournaments, the Home Nations of the United Kingdom (England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland) are represented by their own national teams, a situation which pre-dated the establishment of a GB team.
The Great Britain squad for the 2012 Olympic Games was announced on 2 July 2012, with Ryan Giggs named as captain.
- The three overage players are denoted with a *.
- Clubs listed are those which held the player's registration during the Olympics.