During the Euro 2024 football championship taking place in Germany from June 14th to July 14th, 24 nations will compete against each other. Some clubs and leagues have a high number of players representing them. Let’s find out which ones!

On June 7th, the national teams announced their official list of players participating in the Euro. While some nations, like England, made strong choices by leaving out world-class footballers, the competition will still feature a variety of stars. Many players will have the opportunity to face opponents from their clubs while wearing their national team jersey.

According to a top 20 list published by Transfermarkt, Manchester City and Inter Milan share the top spot as the clubs with the most players in the Euro with 13 selected players each. PSG follows closely in third place with 12 players, including 6 for the French team and 4 for Portugal.

It’s important to note that Kylian Mbappe, who recently transferred to Real Madrid, is still considered a PSG player until his contract officially ends on June 30th. He will officially join Real Madrid on July 1st.

In this ranking, some clubs that are not usually in the spotlight in European competitions have managed to stand alongside top clubs. Teams like Slavia Prague (Czech Republic’s top division with 9 selected players) and Brentford (England’s top division with 7 selected players) have made their mark. However, renowned clubs like the recent Champions League finalist Borussia Dortmund, Chelsea, and Tottenham are not included in the top 20.

The Ligue 1 is the fifth league in terms of player representation with 29 players. The French elite league falls far behind other countries included in the “big 5 leagues” category. La Liga ranks fourth with 57 players, the Bundesliga third with 75, Serie A second with 92, and the Premier League leading the pack with 95 players.

In France, apart from PSG, few clubs are prominently featured. The Ligue 1 is closely followed by the Turkish Super Lig, which has provided 26 players for the Euro.