Participating Countries at Euro 2020

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EURO 2020

Euro 2020 has commenced this June since it was delayed for a year due to the pandemic. In this guide, we will give you a little information regarding each Eurogamesteam that is currently participating in the Euro 2020 group stage.

Group A


Turkey has qualified five times in the recent Euros and managed to win the title in 1996. Watch out for young player Hakan Calhanoglu, for his strong shooting ability on the field.


Italy has found a reliable player in Jorginho, Jorginh may be a talker but he has a real skill that can be asserted in his games.

Inaugurated in 1876, the Football Association of Wales is the third of the oldest football associations along with Scotland and England.


Switzerland’s upcoming darling to watch out for, Breel Embolo can overcome anything with resilience and versatility.

Group B


Denmark won the tournament in 1992 but failed to qualify for UEFA Euro 2016. The Danish team has Christian Eriksen, which is considered one of the world’s best attacking midfielder.


Finland is led by coach Markku Kanerva, along with player Teemu Pukki can handle the team along the way.


This Roberto Martinez-led team possesses the world’s best midfielder in the form of Kevin de Bruyne. According to the recent FIFA rankings, The Red Devils is considered the best national team in the world.


Russia has a young player we should watch out for in Aleksandr Sobolev, he is Russia’s up-and-coming football superstar.

Group C


The Dutch team won the Euros in 1988, they missed out on 2016 and in the 2018 World Cup. Young Matthijs de Ligt is a player to watch for in this national squad.


This is probably the first time Ukraine has qualified directly in the Euros games.


Austria is led by coach Franco Foda who has been coaching the team since 2018. Austria has arrived at the knockout phase of a major competition for the first time since 1954.

North Macedonia

North Macedonia found a key player in Goran Pandev who is known for his creativity and vision on the field.

Group D


England has been struggling to spread their wings in the international major competitions and is considered a weak squad. Let’s just hope that their captain Harry Kane, one of the best players in the world, can turn England’s luck around.


Croatia is led by key player Luka Modric, a Ballon d’Or holder who is now the captain of the squad. An up-and-coming player that you should watch is Andrej Kramaric, who has scored 20 goals in the Bundesliga.


Scotland qualified for a major tournament for the first time in 23 years, thanks to team manager Steve Clarke’s vision.

Czech Republic

Led by coach Jaroslav Silhavy and key player Patrik Schik, Czech Republic has been a good presence in UEFA Euro Championship, they have reached the finals seven times.

Group E


Spain consists of many formidable talents in its arsenal and is the only squad that defended their Euro title in 2012.


Sweden’s Emil Forsberg can knock out any strong player on any given day with his creativity and strength.


Poland’s Robert Lewandowski is considered the team’s most valuable player and he is also the most aggressive.


Slovakia’s major player Marek Hamšík is considered the heart of the team and is the glue that keeps the players united.

Group F


Hungary possesses Willi Orban, a defender who is a formidable force in the field, he has a strong grapple skill that can cut his way through obstacles.


This Cristiano Ronaldo-led squad is set to defend its title in this version of the Euro Championship.


France is the current champion in the FIFA 2018 World Cup thanks to the French forward Kylian Mbappe who is considered as the youngest among the best football players in the world.


Led by Thomas Muller, Germany has been a staple in the major tournament’s finals. It is no doubt that Germany can handle their way out of Group D’s “Death Squad”.