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25 Jun 2021
PL-Euros-Editorial

A total of 116 players from 2021/22 Premier League clubs are involved in the group stage

A total of 116 players contracted to 2021/22 Premier League clubs are in action in the UEFA European Championship.

Of the 20 PL teams, Chelsea boast the most players involved in UEFA EURO 2020, with 17 proud internationals representing the Blues.

The UEFA Champions League winners are closely followed by PL champions Manchester City and runners-up Manchester United, who have 14 and 11 players involved respectively. 

All 20 PL clubs are represented at the tournament.

Club No. of players Club No. of players
ARS 4 LIV 7
AVL 3 MCI 14
BRE 5 MUN 11
BHA 5 NEW 4
BUR 1 NOR 4
CHE 17 SOU 4
CRY 1 TOT 7
EVE 3 WAT 2
LEE 6 WHU 5
LEI 6 WOL 7

In terms of the 24 nations, England have selected the most players from PL clubs, with 21 named in Gareth Southgate's squad.

Both Scotland and Wales have chosen 10 players from PL teams, while Portugal, Spain and Belgium have each picked nine.

Country No. of PL players Country No. of PL players
Austria 1 North Macedonia 0
Belgium 9 Poland 5
Croatia 1 Portugal 9
Czech Republic 3 Russia 0
Denmark 6 Scotland 10
England 21 Slovakia 1
Finland 2 Spain 9
France 7 Sweden 4
Germany 6 Switzerland 3
Hungary 0 Turkey 2
Italy 2 Ukraine 2
Netherlands 3 Wales 10
PL players at Euro 2020

Austria: Daniel Bachmann (WAT)

Belgium: Toby Alderweireld (TOT), Christian Benteke (CRY), Timothy Castagne (LEI), Kevin De Bruyne (MCI), Leander Dendoncker (WOL), Dennis Praet (LEI), Youri Tielemans (LEI), Michy Batshuayi (CHE), Leandro Trossard (BHA).

Croatia: Mateo Kovacic (CHE).

Czech Republic: Vladimir Coufal (WHU), Tomas Soucek (WHU), Matej Vydra (BUR).

Denmark: Kasper Schmeichel (LEI), Andreas Christensen (CHE), Jannik Vestergaard (SOU), Mathias Jensen (BRE), Christian Norgaard (BRE), Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg (TOT).

England: Jordan Pickford (EVE), Ben Chilwell (CHE), Conor Coady (WOL), Reece James (CHE), Harry Maguire (MUN), Tyrone Mings (AVL), Ben White (BHA), Luke Shaw (MUN), John Stones (MCI), Kyle Walker (MCI), Jordan Henderson (LIV), Mason Mount (CHE), Kalvin Phillips (LEE), Declan Rice (WHU), Dominic Calvert-Lewin (EVE), Phil Foden (MCI), Jack Grealish (AVL), Harry Kane (TOT), Marcus Rashford (MUN), Bukayo Saka (ARS), Raheem Sterling (MCI).

Finland: Teemu Pukki (NOR), Marcus Forss (BRE).

France: Hugo Lloris (TOT), Lucas Digne (EVE), Kurt Zouma (CHE), N'Golo Kante (CHE), Paul Pogba (MUN), Moussa Sissoko (TOT), Olivier Giroud (CHE).

Germany: Bernd Leno (ARS), Antonio Rudiger (CHE), Robin Koch (LEE), Ilkay Gundogan (MCI), Kai Havertz (CHE), Timo Werner (CHE).

Italy: Emerson Palmieri (CHE), Jorginho (CHE).

Netherlands: Tim Krul (NOR), Nathan Ake (MCI), Joel Veltman (BHA).

Poland: Lukasz Fabianski (WHU), Jan Bednarek (SOU), Mateusz Klich (LEE), Jakub Moder (BHA), Przemyslaw Placheta (NOR).

Portugal: Rui Patricio (WOL), Diogo Dalot (MUN), Nelson Semedo (WOL), Ruben Dias (MCI), Ruben Neves (WOL), Bruno Fernandes (MUN), Joao Moutinho (WOL), Bernardo Silva (MCI), Diogo Jota (LIV).

Scotland: Liam Cooper (LEE), Grant Hanley (NOR), Andy Robertson (LIV), Kieran Tierney (ARS), Stuart Armstrong (SOU), Billy Gilmour (CHE), John McGinn (AVL), Scott McTominay (MUN), Che Adams (SOU), Ryan Fraser (NEW).

Slovakia: Martin Dubravka (NEW).

Spain: David De Gea (MUN), Robert Sanchez (BHA), Aymeric Laporte (MCI), Diego Llorente (LEE), Cesar Azpilicueta (CHE), Rodri (MCI), Thiago (LIV), Ferran Torres (MCI), Adama Traore (WOL).

Sweden: Emil Krafth (NEW), Victor Lindelof (MUN), Pontus Jansson (BRE), Ken Sema (WAT).

Switzerland: Fabian Schar (NEW), Granit Xhaka (ARS), Xherdan Shaqiri (LIV).

Turkey: Caglar Soyuncu (LEI), Halil Ibrahim Dervisoglu (BRE).

Ukraine: Oleksandr Zinchenko (MCI), Andriy Yarmolenko (WHU).

Wales: Danny Ward (LEI), Ben Davies (TOT), Joe Rodon (TOT), Neco Williams (LIV), Ethan Ampadu (CHE), Matthew Smith (MCI), Dylan Levitt (MUN), Harry Wilson (LIV), Tyler Roberts (LEE), Daniel James (MUN).

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