Summary

  • Voting runs up to and including 23:59 CEST/21:59GMT, 3 June.
  • Choose between three candidates each day.
  • Daily updates on the vote here.

Courtesy of the Bundesliga's official YouTube channel, every day for the next 11 days you have the chance to choose who will complete the German top flight's European dream team ahead of UEFA EURO 2016 in France this summer.

As usual, the Bundesliga is strongly represented at the tournament, but simply watch the video below and vote for who you think should form part of the top flight dream team! Stay tuned for daily updates on who's setting the pace.

Who are the candidates and when can you vote?

Defensive midfielder, part 2

Candidates: Joshua Kimmich (FC Bayern München), Julian Baumgartlinger (1. FSV Mainz 05), Granit Xhaka (Borussia Mönchengladbach)

It is a central-European affair for the final spot. FC Bayern München's Joshua Kimmich played his part in the Reds’ second domestic double in three years and could feature for Germany at UEFA EURO 2016, while Granit Xhaka, who captained Borussia Mönchengladbach to qualification for the UEFA Champions League, will be a key man for Switzerland. Finally, there is Austria's Julian Baumgartlinger, who helped 1. FSV Mainz 05 book a UEFA Europa League spot before sealing a transfer to Bayer 04 Leverkusen.

As it stands - Friday 03 June, 20:00CEST/18:00GMT

Xhaka 59 percent; Kimmich 32 percent; Baumgartlinger 9 percent

Defensive midfielder, part one

Candidates: Julian Weigl (Dortmund), Thiago Alcantara (FC Bayern), Nuri Sahin (Dortmund)

Looking to win your vote in the first of our central midfield votes are three of the Bundesliga's finest ball-playing midfielders. Weigl has commanded a starting spot for Borussia Dortmund in only his first season at the club and could play in his first major international tournament for Germany, while Spain midfielder Thiago will be looking to add the European Championship title to his league and cup double for FC Bayern München in 2015/16. You could also plump for Sahin, a veteran of 200 Bundesliga appearances and a key part of the Turkey squad under coach Fatih Terim.

As it stands - Friday 03 June, 20:00CEST/18:00GMT

Weigl 43 percent, Thiago 44 percent, Sahin 13 percent

Striker

Candidates: Robert Lewandowski (FC Bayern), Alfred Finnbogason (FC Augsburg), Thomas Müller (FC Bayern)

We would not like to be in your shoes today as you scratch your head over whom to pick? Polish superstar Robert Lewandowski's goalscoring record was - literally - second-to-none in 2015/16 as the FC Bayern München man became the first player to net 30 goals-a-season in 39 years. Alfred Finnbogason only joined FC Augsburg in January, but the Iceland international did enough to convince the club to make his loan deal permanent with the goals that helped secure UEFA Europa League football for next season. Thomas Müller's ability to make goals and score them was again in glorious evidence during the campaign with Bayern - Germany's EURO opponents have been warned...

As it stands - Friday 03 June, 20:00CEST/18:00GMT

Lewandowski 74 percent, Müller 21 percent, Finnbogason 5 percent

Attacking midfield

Candidates: Hakan Calhanoglu (Turkey), Mario Götze (Germany), Vladimir Darida (Czech Republic)

The men that pull the strings just behind your strikers, your attacking midfielder should make and take, and this trio fit the bill. Götze scored the goal that won Germany the FIFA World Cup in 2014, and, after wrestling with injury, helped FC Bayern München secure a record fourth consecutive Bundesliga title; Turkey star Calhanoglu's guile inspired Bayer 04 Leverkusen into the third and final automatic UEFA Champions League place; and Czech Republic orchestrator Darida exceeded expectations following his summer switch from SC Freiburg to Hertha Berlin, helping the capital club into Europe for the first time in seven years.

As it stands - Friday 03 June, 20:00CEST/18:00GMT

Calhanoglu 52 percent, Götze 39 percent, Darida 9 percent

Left wing

Candidates: Marco Reus (Germany), Yunus Malli (Turkey), Andre Schürrle (Germany)

There are goals and assists to come from these three choices for left-midfield. Injury has meant Germany coach Joachim Löw has had to leave Marco Reus at home, but you can still pick the Borussia Dortmand man, who scored 23 goals in all competitions as BVB finished runners-up in both league and cup.Andre Schürrle ended the campaign with nine goals from only 14 games in the Rückrunde; meanwhile, Turkey fans know all about Yunus Malli, who enjoyed his most prolific season to help 1. FSV Mainz 05 qualify directly for the UEFA Europa League group stage.

As it stands - Friday 03 June, 20:00CEST/18:00GMT

Reus 84 percent, Schürrle 9 percent, Malli 6 percent

Right wing

Candidates: Karim Bellarabi (Germany), Kingsley Coman (France), Andrej Kramaric (Croatia)

On the wing, will you choose FC Bayern München’s speed demon Coman, who will be hoping to fire France to EURO glory on home soil? Or will you back the pace, dribbling and shooting power of Bayer 04 Leverkusen’s Germany international Bellarabi? Or will it be the industry of Croatia winger Kramaric, who helped TSG 1899 Hoffenheim’s escape relegation after joining from eventual English champions Leicester City FC?

As it stands - Friday 03 June, 20:00CEST/18:00GMT

Coman 57 percent, Bellarabi 37 percent, Kramaric 6 percent

Left back

Candidates: Jonas Hector (Germany), David Alaba (Austria), Ricardo Rodriguez (Switzerland)

Tasked with attacking and defensive duties, these three players are set to stand out for their countries. Hector has made the Germany left-back spot his own after another fine season with 1. FC Köln; FC Bayern München's Alaba is the first name on Austria's teamsheet, for whom he often lines up in midfield; and VfL Wolfsburg's Rodriguez will be hoping Switzerland can parlay their UEFA EURO 2016 qualification form - which saw them concede only eight goals - into the tournament proper.

As it stands - Friday 03 June, 20:00CEST/18:00GMT

Alaba 75 percent, Rodriguez 13 percent, Hector 12 percent

Centre back, part two

Candidates: Jerome Boateng (Germany), Peter Pekarik (Slovakia), Johan Djourou (Switzerland)

FC Bayern München defender Boateng was voted into the Bundesliga Team of the Season so is the overriding favourite again in this poll, although the competition is fierce once more: Hertha Berlin's no-nonsense stalwart Pekarik would be a valuable addition to any side, while Djourou captained Hamburger SV to safety in 2015/16 with a series of battling displays.

As it stands - Friday 03 June, 20:00CEST/18:00GMT

Boateng 85 percent, Djourou 10 percent, Pekarik 5 percent

Centre back, part one

Candidates: Mats Hummels (Germany), Nico Elvedi (Switzerland), Mergim Mavraj (Albania)

FC Bayern München's recent signing Hummels has surged into an early lead after an impressive final season with Borussia Dortmund, with Borussia Mönchengladbach's Elvedi ins second and 1. FC Köln stalwart Mavraj in third. There is still plenty of time to vote for your favourite centre back...

As it stands - Friday 03 June, 20:00CEST/18:00GMT

Hummels 85 percent, Elvedi 9 percent, Mavraj 7 percent

Right back

Candidates: Benedikt Höwedes (Germany), Lukasz Piszczek (Poland), Vieirinha (Portugal)

Borussia Dortmund's Polish mainstay Piszczek continues to lead the way, with FC Schalke 04 skipper Höwedes and VfL Wolfsburg utility man Vieirinha in second and third respectively - but there is still plenty of time to have your say...

As it stands - Friday 03 June, 20:00CEST/18:00GMT

Piszczek 71 percent, Höwedes 16 percent, Vieirinha 13 percent

Goalkeeper

Candidates: Manuel Neuer, (Germany) Yann Sommer (Switzerland), Ramazan Özcan (Austria)

Neuer kept 21 clean sheets en route to FC Bayern's fourth successive title triumph, but does he get your vote? Or will it be Borussia Mönchengladbach's Sommer, Switzerland's number one at the EUROs, or will you opt for Ingolstadt's Özcan - vying for the Austria number one jersey - in your European Dream Team?

As it stands - Friday 03 June, 20:00CEST/18:00GMT

Neuer 78 percent, Sommer 16 percent, Özcan 6 percent