The best of the Premier League’s young talent will be in action over the next month at the 2023 UEFA European Under-21 Championship, co-hosted by Romania and Georgia.
Featuring 16 teams, the tournament will kick off on Wednesday 21 June, finishing on Saturday 8 July.
There will be 28 Premier League players taking part, hoping to emulate defending champions Germany, who won the tournament in 2021.
Among the familiar faces are Crystal Palace midfielder Michael Olise, (pictured left) who will represent France, while Chelsea winger Mykhailo Mudryk is in Ukraine's squad and Liverpool midfielder Harvey Elliott is among the England contingent.
PL players at 2023 Under-21 Euros
Czech Republic: Vitezslav Jaros (LIV).
England: Carl Rushworth (BHA), James Trafford (MCI), Jarrad Branthwaite (EVE), Levi Colwill (CHE), Taylor Harwood-Bellis (MCI), Ben Johnson (WHU), Tommy Doyle (MCI), Harvey Elliott (LIV), James Garner (EVE), Curtis Jones (LIV), Jacob Ramsey (AVL), Oliver Skipp (TOT), Noni Madueke (CHE), Cole Palmer (MCI), Morgan Gibbs-White (NFO), Cameron Archer (AVL), Anthony Gordon (NEW), Emile Smith Rowe (ARS).
France: Michael Olise (CRY).
Germany: Kevin Schade (BRE).
Italy: Destiny Udogie (TOT).
Netherlands: Ian Maatsen (CHE).
Norway: Oscar Bobb (MCI).
Portugal: Pedro Neto (WOL), Nuno Tavares (ARS).
Spain: Sergio Gomez (MCI).
Ukraine: Mykhailo Mudryk (CHE).