DAILY MAIL 🔵 England’s stars pose for Euro 2024 portraits before opener with Serbia – Shango Media

DAILY MAIL 🔵 England’s stars pose for Euro 2024 portraits before opener with Serbia

  • England’s players and manager posed for their official portraits ahead of the start of Euro 2024 this week
  • Gareth Southgate, Harry Kane, Bukayo Saka and Jordan Pickford were among those involved in the shoot
  • Click here to follow Mail Sport’s Euro 2024 WhatsApp Channel for all the latest breaking news and updates from Germany


England’s stars have posed for their official portraits ahead of Euro 2024 getting underway later this week.

Gareth Southgate’s 26-man squad are preparing for their opening Group C clash against Serbia on Sunday, before further games against Denmark and Slovenia as they look to qualify for the knockout stages in Germany.

England reached the final of Euro 2020 where they lost to Italy in a penalty shootout at Wembley, so the Three Lions will be hoping to go one step further this time around.

Captain Harry Kane brings his experience to the table, as well as a year of playing in German stadiums with Bayern Munich, but there are also plenty of tournament debutants who will look to shine on one of the world’s biggest stages.

Each outfield player was pictured wearing England’s home white kit with blue trim, standing in front of a light grey backdrop, while Southgate was also pictured in his M&S outfit as he prepares to lead his country into another major tournament.

The three goalkeepers were each in their bright orange kit for the occasion.  

The full Three Lions squad is: Dean Henderson, Jordan Pickford, Aaron Ramsdale, Lewis Dunk, Joe Gomez, Marc Guehi, Ezri Konsa, Luke Shaw, John Stones, Kieran Trippier, Kyle Walker, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Conor Gallagher, Kobbie Mainoo, Declan Rice, Adam Wharton, Jude Bellingham, Jarrod Bowen, Eberechi Eze, Phil Foden, Anthony Gordon, Harry Kane, Cole Palmer, Bukayo Saka, Ivan Toney and Ollie Watkins.

Gareth Southgate and his England players have posed for official portraits ahead of Euro 2024 in Germany this summer

Goalkeeper Jordan Pickford wore the bright orange keeper kit for the official portraits ahead of the tournament in Germany

Manchester City's Kyle Walker, 34, looked excited about the prospect of getting underway with England this weekend

Luke Shaw is England's only recognised left back and a fitness doubt, but he should return to full training later this week

Midfielder Declan Rice is expected to impress on the international stage when England tackle their Group C games

John Stones was pictured in front of the light grey backdrop which was set up for the portraits in Blankenhain, Germany

Crystal Palace's Marc Guehi is one of the players experiencing their first senior tournament with the England set-up this year

Bukayo Saka will look to follow up his successful season for Arsenal at the competition in Germany over the coming month

Trent Alexander-Arnold was handed the No 8 shirt by Southgate in a hint that he could be utilised in central midfield

England captain Harry Kane spent the season playing in Germany's biggest stadiums where he has starred for Bayern Munich

Following an outstanding debut campaign with Real Madrid, Jude Bellingham is tasked with inspiring the Three Lions to glory

Man City's Phil Foden won the Premier League's Player of the Year award and will hope to continue his fine form in Germany

Kieran Trippier is among those raring to go for England's games with Serbia, Denmark and Slovenia over the next few weeks

Aaron Ramsdale also posed in England's bright orange goalkeeper shirt and shorts after a difficult campaign with Arsenal

After impressing Southgate at Aston Villa, Newham-born Ezri Konsa is preparing for his first tournament with England

Lewis Dunk pulled down his white jersey during his official England portrait, and will wear No. 15 in the tournament

Chelsea's Conor Gallagher will wear the No 16 shirt for England during Euro 2024, but uncertainty reigns over his club future

Brentford striker Ivan Toney will hope to catch the eye at his first major tournament, but he is likely to be choice third striker

Anthony Gordon looked delighted as he posed for his portrait in Blankenhain, with the winger another tournament debutant

Ollie Watkins pointed to the sky in the run-up to England's tournament opener after an impressive campaign with Aston Villa

Jarrod Bowen narrowly missed out on England's squad for the 2022 World Cup, but he will part of their group this time around

Eberechi Eze burst into Southgate's squad, edging out more established names, after a brilliant campaign for Crystal Palace

Joe Gomez has enjoyed somewhat of a career renaissance after failing to play for England for four years from 2020-2024

Goalkeeper Dean Henderson is one of four Palace players in the squad and is expected to be England's third choice stopper

Cole Palmer performed his 'Cold Palmer' celebration when he was snapped for his portrait at England's camp in Blankenhain

Adam Wharton could prove to be England's breakout star at the tournament after shining for Palace having joined in January

Man United's Kobbie Mainoo is the final member of England's squad and he saluted to the camera when he was snapped

Bouton retour en haut de la page