Sam Curran, Tom Curran and Reece Topley have all signed new contracts with Surrey, committing their long-term futures to the Club.
The trio, currently part of England’s white-ball squad in India, will all continue to call The Kia Oval home beyond the end of the 2021 domestic season.
Sam and Tom Curran are both graduates of the Surrey Academy, making their first team debuts in 2015 and 2013 respectively.
Sam was capped by the Club in 2018, a year that saw him help Surrey to the County Championship title and earn his first international call-up. Still only 22, he has now played 124 times for Surrey and 34 times for England.
26-year-old Tom was capped in 2016 and now has more than 300 wickets to his name in 156 Surrey appearances. He has played 53 times for England, having been capped in all three formats.
Left-arm seamer Topley joined Surrey in October 2019. His first season with the Club saw him pick up 15 wickets in 11 matches as a key part of the run to the Vitality Blast final.
Surrey’s Director of Cricket Alec Stewart said: “I’m very pleased Sam, Tom & Reece have all extended their contracts. They are three highly skilled international cricketers and I look forward to seeing them play for both Surrey and England in red and white-ball cricket for many years.”