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DAILY MAIL 🔵 Which Premier League club has the most players appearing at Euro 2024

  • Premier League winner’s Manchester City lead the way with 14 players
  • Ipswich Town are the only Premier League side to not have a player at Euro 2024
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Euro 2024 is now days away and managers from the 24 teams have named their final squad list.

Over 600 players across Europe are set to feature at this year’s European Championship with over 16 per cent of the players representing a team from England’s top-flight.

This year’s tournament will witness 103 Premier League players dawn the shirts of their home nations as they bid to win one of the most coveted trophies in international football. 

19 out of the 20 teams set to take part in the 2024-25 season of the Premier League season will represent their country at Euro 2024, with one team boasting a staggering 14 players, whilst one team is carried by the appearance of only two of their players.

Here is a breakdown of Premier League players appearing at Euro 2024 by club.

103 Premier League players will represent the Premier League at Euro 2024

Premier League winner's Manchester City lead the way with 14 players

Followed by League runners-up Arsenal who have 11 players

Pep Guardiola’s four-in-a-row trailblazers will have the most representatives at Euro 2024 despite the exclusion of their Norwegian tallies man, Erling Haaland. 

The 2023 treble winners star studded squad includes Portuguese quadruple Ruben Dias, Bernardo Silva, Matheus Nunes and Joao Cancelo (On loan at Barcelona).

England have three representatives in John Stones, Kyle Walker and Phil Foden.

Belgium and Croatia follow closely behind with a pair from both, Kevin De Bruyne will captain his teammate Jeremy Doku for the Belgians whilst Josko Gvardiol and Mateo Kovavic will represent Croatia.

Spain (Rodri), Netherlands (Nathan Ake) and Switzerland (Manuel Akanji) all have one Manchester City player at this year’s tournament.

Portugal have the most represented Manchester City players in Germany with Ruben Dias, Bernardo Silva (pictured) Matheus Nunes and Joao Cancelo

Arsenal – 11 

Premier League runners-up Arsenal are the second most represented Premier League side at Euro 2024.

England lead the way with Arsenal players with Aaron Ramsdale, Declan Rice and Bukayo Saka. 

The remaining seven players are all lone wolves, Leonardo Trossard (Belgium), William Salliba (France), Kai Havertz (Germany), Jorginho (Italy), Jakub Kiwior (Poland), Kieran Tierney (Scotland), David Raya (Spain) and OIeksandr Zinchenko (Ukraine).

England's biggest contingency of players is within the England squad with Aaron Ramsdale, Declan Rice and Bukayo Saka.

Liverpool – 9  

While Manchester City’s contingency is dominated with the Portuguese and Arsenal’s affiliation is firmly with England – Liverpool have a Dutch trio leading the march for them with Virgil van Dijk, Cody Gakpo and Ryan Gravenberch.

Liverpool take the crown for most Premier League captains at this year’s Euro tournament as well, not only is the Red’s captain Van Dijk the captain for the Netherlands but Andrew Robertson and Dominic Szoboszlai will captain Scotland and Hungary respectively. 

The remaining players for Liverpool include England duo Trent Alexander-Arnold and Joe Gomez, French centre-back Ibrahima Konate, Diogo Jota will show up for Portugal and little-used Vitezslav Jaros (on loan at SK Sturm Graz) will play for Czech Republic. 

The Dutch dominate Liverpool's visibility in Euro 2024 with Virgil van Dijk, Cody Gakpo and Ryan Gravenberch

Manchester United – 8 

Despite have a mediocre season, eight players from Erik ten Hag’s side are expected to play a pivotal role in Germany this summer for their respective nations.

Kobbie Mainoo and Luke Shaw battled time in different ways to make it into Gareth Southgate’s squad for Germany. 

Mainoo only breaking into the starting eleven halfway through the season and Luke Shaw not being full fit heading into June are two gambles Southgate has taking heading to Germany. 

United’s captain and playmaker Bruno Fernandes will represent Portugal this summer alongside Diogo Dalot.

Christian Eriksen and Rasmus Hojlund are another duo who will represent the Red Devils this summer with Denmark, whilst Scott McTominay and Altay Bayindir will be hoping they can make an impact for Scotland and Turkey.

Christian Eriksen and Rasmus Hojlund are another duo who will represent the Red Devils this summer with Denmark

Brentford – 7

Probably the most surprising rank on this list is Brentford sitting in fifth for Premier League clubs with the most players at Euro 2024, having more players than the likes of Tottenham, Chelsea and West Ham. 

Brentford’s seven-a-side squad is led by four Danish players – captain Christian Norgaar, Mathias Jorgensen, Mikkel Damsgaard and Mathias Jensen.

England’s Ivan Toney, Albania’s Thomas Starkosha and the Netherlands Mark Flekken finish the line-up for Thomas Franks’ men at the Euros. 

Brentford's seven-a-side squad is led by four Danish players - captain Christian Norgaar, Mathias Jorgensen, Mikkel Damsgaard and Mathias Jensen

How do the rest of the Premier League teams look

Chelsea take the sixth spot for most Premier League representatives at this summer’s competition with seven. 

However two of those seven players actually play their football away from the West London club as Romelu Lukaku is on loan at Roma, whilst Fulham have Albanian striker Armando Broja on loan. 

Youngsters Conor Gallagher and Cole Palmer will feature for England, whilst Djordje Petrovic (Serbia), Marc Cucurella (Spain) and Mykhalio Mudryk (Ukraine) are the Chelsea players who will be in Germany this summer.

Brighton come next in the rankings with six players, followed closely behind by Crystal Palace with five.

Aston Villa, Leicster City, Newcastle, Tottenham and West Ham all have four players heading to Germany.

Whilst the three-player club representatives are Wolves, Fulham, Everton, Southampton and Bournemouth.

Belgian duo Matz Sels and Orel Mangala make up Nottingham Forest’s Euro representatives.

Ipswich Town are the only side who will have no players at Euro 2024.

Crystal Palace have the most England players at Euro 2024 out of all the Premier League teams with Eberechi Eze, Marc Guehi, Dean Henderson, Adam Wharton

Full list of Premier League players at Euro 2024 by club

Manchester City – 14

  • Portugal: Ruben Dias, Bernardo Silva, Matheus Nunes, Joao Cancelo (on loan at Barcelona) 
  • England: Kyle Walker, Phil Foden, John Stones  
  • Croatia: Mateo Kovacic, Josko Gvardiol 
  • Belgium: Kevin de Bruyne, Jeremy Doku 
  • Switzerland: Manuel Akanji 
  • Netherlands: Nathan Ake 
  • Spain: Rodri

Arsenal – 11

  • England: Aaron Ramsdale, Declan Rice, Bukayo Saka
  • Germany: Kai Havertz 
  • Italy: Jorginho 
  • Poland: Jakub Kiwior 
  • France: William Saliba
  • Scotland: Kieran Tierney
  • Belgium: Leandro Trossard
  • Ukraine: Oleksandr Zinchenko 

Liverpool – 9 

  • Netherlands: Virgil van Dijk, Ryan Gravenberch, Cody Gakpo
  • England: Trent Alexander-Arnold, Joe Gomez
  • Portugal: Diogo Jota 
  • France: Ibrahima Konate 
  • Scotland: Andy Robertson 
  • Hungary: Dominik Szoboszlai 

Manchester United – 8

  • Portugal: Bruno Fernandes, Diogo Dalot
  • England: Kobbie Mainoo, Luke Shaw
  • Denmark: Christian Eriksen, Rasmus Hojlund
  • Turkey: Altay Bayindir 
  • Scotland: Scott McTominay

Brentford – 7

  • Denmark: Mikkel Damasgaard, Mathias Jensen, Mathias Jorgensen, Christian Norgaard
  • Netherlands: Mark Flekken
  • Albania: Thomas Strakosha 
  • England: Ivan Toney

Chelsea – 7

  • England: Cole Palmer, Conor Gallagher
  • Belgium: Romelu Lukaku
  • Ukraine: Mykhailo Mudryk
  • Serbia: Djorde Petrovic
  • Spain: Marc Cucurella
  • Albania: Armando Broja

Brighton – 6

  • Germany: Pascal Gross, Deniz Undav
  • Poland: Jakub Moder
  • Netherlands: Bart Verbruggen
  • Scotland: Billy Gimour
  • England: Lewis Dunk 

Crystal Palace – 5

  • England: Eberechi Eze, Marc Guehi, Dean Henderson, Adam Wharton
  • Denmark: Joachim Andersen

Aston Villa – 4

  • England: Ezri Konsa, Ollie Watkins
  • Scotland: John McGinn
  • Belgium: Youri Tielemans 

Leicster City – 4

  • Denmark: Mads Hermansen, Jannik Vestergaard 
  • Turkey: Yunus Akgun 
  • Belgium: Wout Faes 

Newcastle – 4

  • England: Anthony Gordon, Kieran Trippier
  • Slovakia: Martin Dubravka
  • Switzerland: Fabian Schar 

Tottenham – 4

  • Romania: Radu Dragusin 
  • Denmark: Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg 
  • Netherlands: Micky van de Ven 
  • Italy: Guglielmo Vicario 

West Ham – 4

  • Czech Republic: Vladimir Coufal, Tomas Soucek
  • France: Alphonse Areola 
  • England: Jarrod Bowen

Wolves – 3

Portugal: Pedro Neto, Jose Sa, Nelson Semedo

Fulham – 3

  • Belgium: Timothy Castagne 
  • Serbia: Sasa Lukic
  • Portugal: Joao Palhinha 

Everton – 3

  • Ukraine: Vitaliy Mykolenko
  • Belgium: Amadou Onana
  • England: Jordan Pickford

Bournemouth – 3

  • Scotland: Ryan Christie
  • Hungary: Milos Kerkez 
  • Ukraine: Illia Zabarnyi

Southampton – 3

  • Scotland: Che Adams, Stuart Armstrong
  • Poland: Jan Bednarek 

Nottingham Forest – 2

  • Belgium: Matz Sels, Orel Mangala

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