Euro 2020: Serie A players

by | Jun 9, 2021 14:30

Serie A fans will spot many familiar faces on the pitch at Euro 2020 as Italy’s top flight has 71 players involved in the competition, the second most-represented league in Europe after the Premier League that counts 118. La Liga has 42 players, slightly more than the 34 representing the English Championship. Poland have nine Serie A players in their team, the highest amount after Italy.

Juventus are the most represented club in Serie A with 12 of their players who will take part in the tournament, Atalanta (9), Inter and Napoli (8) follow the Bianconeri.

That’s quite an achievement for La Dea who, in the previous five editions of the tournament, didn’t even have one single player from their team taking part in the competition.

Chelsea are the most represented clubs in Europe at Euro 2020 with 17 players (including Italy’s Jorginho and Emerson Palmieri), followed by Manchester City (15) and Bayern Munich (14). Juventus come after Bavarians with 12 of their footballers who have earned a call-up for the European Championship and Manchester United and Dynamo Kyiv share the fifth spot, with 11 players each.

But who are the 71 Serie A players involved in Euro 2020?

Club-by-club: Serie A players at Euro 2020

Atalanta

Defenders: Rafael Toloi (Italy), Robin Gosens (Germany), Joakim Maehle (Denmark)

Midfielders: Matteo Pessina (Italy), Aleksej Miranchuk (Russia), Marten De Roon (Netherlands), Ruslan Malinovskyi (Ukraine), Mario Pasalic (Croatia), Remo Freuler (Switzerland)

Benevento

Defenders: Kamil Glik (Poland)

Bologna

Goalkeepers: Lukasz Skorupski (Poland)

Midfielders: Mattias Svanberg (Sweden), Andreas Skov Olsen (Denmark)

Genoa

Midfielders: Milan Badelj (Croatia)

Attaccanti: Goran Pandev (North Macedonia)

Inter

Defenders: Alessandro Bastoni (Italy), Stefan De Vrij (Olanda), Milan Skriniar (Slovakia)

Midfielders: Nicolò Barella (Italy), Marcelo Brozovic (Croatia), Ivan Perisic (Croatia), Christian Eriksen (Denmark)

Strikers: Romelu Lukaku (Belgium)

Juventus

Goalkeepers: Wojciech Szczesny (Poland)

Defenders: Leonardo Bonucci (Italy), Giorgio Chiellini (Italy), Merih Demiral (Turkey), Matthijs de Ligt (Netherlands)

Midfielders: Federico Bernardeschi (Italy), Federico Chiesa (Italy), Dejan Kulusevski* (Sweden), Adrien Rabiot (France), Aaron Ramsey (Wales)

Strikers: Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal), Alvaro Morata (Spain)

Lazio

Defenders: Francesco Acerbi (Italy)

Strikers: Ciro Immobile (Italy)

Milan

Goalkeepers: Gianluigi Donnarumma (Italy)

Defenders: Simon Kjaer (Denmark)

Midfielders: Hakan Calhanoglu (Turkey)

Strikers: Ante Rebic (Croatia)

Napoli

Goalkeepers: Alex Meret (Italy)

Defenders: Giovanni Di Lorenzo (Italy),

Midfielders: Piotr Zielinski (Poland), Stanislav Lobotka (Slovakia), Fabian Ruiz (Spain), Eljif Elmas (North Macedonia)

Strikers: Lorenzo Insigne (Italy), Dries Mertens (Belgium)

Parma

Midfielders: Juraj Kucka (Slovakia)

Strikers: Andreas Cornelius (Denmark)

Roma

Defenders: Leonardo Spinazzola (Italy)

Midfielders: Bryan Cristante (Italy), Lorenzo Pellegrini (Italy)

Sampdoria

Defenders: Bartosz Bereszyński (Poland)

Midfielders: Albin Ekdal (Sweden), Jakub Jankto (Czech Republic), Mikkel Damsgaard (Denmark)

Sassuolo

Defenders: Kaan Ayhan (Turkey), Mert Muldur (Turkey)

Midfielders: Manuel Locatelli (Italy)

Strikers: Domenico Berardi (Italy), Giacomo Raspadori (Italy), Lukas Haraslin (Slovakia)

Torino

Goalkeepers: Salvatore Sirigu (Italy)

Defenders: Ricardo Rodriguez (Switzerland)

Midfielders: Karol Linetty (Poland)

Strikers: Andrea Belotti (Italy)

Udinese

Defenders: Jens Stryger Larsen (Denmark)

Verona

Defenders: Pawel Dawidowicz (Poland)

Midfielders: Antonin Barak (Czech Republic)

Serie B

Jesse Joronen (Goalkeeper, Brescia), Ales Mateju (Defender, Brescia), Boban Nikolov (Midfielder, Lecce), Sauli Vaisanen (Defender, Chievo)

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