Bundesliga stars such as Kingsley Coman, Dani Olmo, Thomas Müller, Thorgan Hazard and Jadon Sancho (l-r.) will be representing the Bundesliga at Euro 2020 this summer. - © DFL
Bundesliga stars such as Kingsley Coman, Dani Olmo, Thomas Müller, Thorgan Hazard and Jadon Sancho (l-r.) will be representing the Bundesliga at Euro 2020 this summer. - © DFL
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Bundesliga players at UEFA Euro 2020

Seventeen Bundesliga clubs and one from Bundesliga 2 will have players represented across 20 countries competing at this summer’s UEFA Euro 2020 being played across the continent, including at Bayern Munich’s Allianz Arena.

bundesliga.com has a list of all of them by club and by country…

Bayern Munich

Serge Gnabry, Leon Goretzka, Joshua Kimmich, Thomas Müller, Jamal Musiala, Manuel Neuer, Leroy Sane, Niklas Süle (all Germany), Kingsley Coman, Lucas Hernandez, Benjamin Pavard, Corentin Tolisso (all France), David Alaba (Austria), Robert Lewandowski (Poland)

RB Leipzig

Marcel Halstenberg, Lukas Klostermann (both Germany), Konrad Laimer, Marcel Sabitzer (both Austria), Emil Forsberg (Sweden), Dani Olmo (Spain), Peter Gulacsi, Willi Orban (both Hungary), Yussuf Poulsen (Denmark)

Lucas Hernandez, Kingsley Coman, Corentin Tolisso and Benjamin Pavard (l-r.) see four Bayern Munich players feature in the France squad – more than any other club – ahead of facing Germany at the Allianz Arena in Group F. - Frank Hoermann/SVEN SIMON/SvenSimon/Pool/Pressefoto Rudel

Borussia Dortmund

Emre Can, Mats Hummels (both Germany), Thorgan Hazard, Thomas Meunier, Axel Witsel (all Belgium), Jude Bellingham, Jadon Sancho (both England), Raphael Guerreiro (Portugal), Manuel Akanji (Switzerland), Thomas Delaney (Denmark)

Wolfsburg

Josip Brekalo (Croatia), Wout Weghorst (Netherlands), Pavao Pervan, Xaver Schlager (both Austria), Kevin Mbabu, Admir Mehmedi (both Switzerland)

Eintracht Frankfurt

Kevin Trapp (Germany), Martin Hinteregger, Stefan Ilsanker (both Austria), Andre Silva (Portugal), Djibril Sow, Steven Zuber (both Switzerland)

Bayer Leverkusen

Lukas Hradecky (Finland), Julian Baumgartlinger, Aleksandar Dragovic (both Austria), Patrik Schick (Czech Republic)

Union Berlin

Joel Pohjanpalo (Finland), Christopher Trimmel (Austria)

Borussia Mönchengladbach

Matthias Ginter, Jonas Hofmann, Florian Neuhaus (all Germany), Marcus Thuram (France), Stefan Lainer, Valentino Lazaro (both Austria), Nico Elvedi, Breel Embolo, Yann Sommer, Denis Zakaria (all Switzerland)

Borussia Switzergladbach? The Switzerland team contains a core of Gladbach players. - DFL

VfB Stuttgart

Gregor Kobel (Switzerland), Darko Churlinov (North Macedonia), Sasa Kalajdzic (Austria)

Freiburg

Christian Günter (Germany), Philipp Lienhart (Austria), Roland Sallai (Hungary)

Hoffenheim

Andrej Kramaric (Croatia), Christoph Baumgartner, Florian Grillitsch, Stefan Posch (all Austria), Pavel Kaderabek (Czech Republic), Robert Skov (Denmark)

Mainz

Karim Onisiwo (Austria), Robin Quaison (Sweden), Edimilson Fernandes (Switzerland), Adam Szalai (Hungary)

Augsburg

Fredrik Jensen (Finland), Tomas Koubek (Czech Republic), Michael Gregoritsch (Austria), Ruben Vargas (Switzerland), Laszlo Benes (Slovakia)

Hoffenheim’s Andrej Kramaric is set to lead the line for FIFA World Cup runners-up Croatia in the summer. - Jan Huebner/Meiser via www.imago-images.de/imago images/Jan Huebner

Hertha Berlin

Dedryck Boyata (Belgium), Peter Pekarik (Slovakia), Vladimir Darida (Czech Republic)

Cologne

Ondrej Duda (Slovakia)

Werder Bremen

Marco Friedl (Austria), Ludwig Augustinsson (Sweden)

Schalke

Alessandro Schöpf (Austria), Frederik Rönnow (Denmark)

Fortuna Düsseldorf

Dawid Kownacki (Poland), Kenan Karaman (Turkey)

St. Pauli defender James Lawrence (r.) is included in the Wales squad. - Oliver Ruhnke via www.imago-images.de/imago images/Oliver Ruhnke

Austria

Pavao Pervan, Xaver Schlager (both Wolfsburg), Julian Baumgartlinger (Bayer Leverkusen), David Alaba (Bayern Munich), Martin Hinteregger, Stefan Ilsanker (both Eintracht Frankfurt), Stefan Lainer, Valentino Lazaro (both Borussia Mönchengladbach), Christopher Trimmel (Union Berlin), Stefan Posch, Christoph Baumgartner (both Hoffenheim), Philipp Lienhart (Freiburg), Marco Friedl (Werder Bremen), Alessandro Schöpf (Schalke), Florian Grillitsch (Hoffenheim), Louis Schaub (Cologne, on loan at Luzern), Konrad Laimer, Marcel Sabitzer (both RB Leipzig), Michael Gregoritsch (Augsburg), Karim Onisiwo (Mainz), Sasa Kalajdzic (VfB Stuttgart)

Belgium

Thomas Meunier, Axel Witsel, Thorgan Hazard (all Borussia Dortmund), Dedryck Boyata (Hertha Berlin)

Croatia

Josko Gvardiol (joining RB Leipzig from Dinamo Zagreb), Andrej Kramaric (Hoffenheim), Josip Brekalo (Wolfsburg)

Austria have named more Bundesliga-based players than any other country at Euro 2020 and could easily field an all-Bundesliga team. - DFL

Czech Republic

Tomas Koubek (Augsburg), Pavel Kaderabek (Hoffenheim), Vladimir Darida (Hertha Berlin), Patrik Schick (Bayer Leverkusen)

Denmark

Frederik Rönnow (Schalke, on loan from Eintracht Frankfurt), Thomas Delaney (Borussia Dortmund), Yussuf Poulsen (RB Leipzig), Robert Skov (Hoffenheim)

England

Jude Bellingham (Borussia Dortmund), Jadon Sancho (Borussia Dortmund)

Finland

Lukas Hradecky (Bayer Leverkusen), Fredrik Jensen (Augsburg), Joel Pohjanpalo (Bayer Leverkusen/Union Berlin)

France

Benjamin Pavard, Corentin Tolisso, Kingsley Coman, Lucas Hernandez (all Bayern Munich), Marcus Thuram (Borussia Mönchengladbach)

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Germany

Serge Gnabry, Leon Goretzka, Joshua Kimmich, Thomas Müller, Jamal Musiala, Manuel Neuer, Leroy Sane, Niklas Süle (all Bayern Munich), Marcel Halstenberg, Lukas Klostermann (both RB Leipzig), Emre Can, Mats Hummels (both Borussia Dortmund), Kevin Trapp (Eintracht Frankfurt), Matthias Ginter, Jonas Hofmann, Florian Neuhaus (all Borussia Mönchengladbach), Christian Günter (Freiburg)

Hungary

Peter Gulacsi, Willi Orban (both RB Leipzig), Adam Szalai (Mainz), Roland Sallai (Freiburg)

Italy

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Netherlands

Wout Weghorst (Wolfsburg)

North Macedonia

Darko Churlinov (VfB Stuttgart)

Poland

Robert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich), Dawid Kownacki (Fortuna Düsseldorf)

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Portugal

Raphael Guerreiro (Borussia Dortmund), Andre Silva (Eintracht Frankfurt)

Russia

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Scotland

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Slovakia

Peter Pekarik (Hertha Berlin), Ondrej Duda (Cologne), Laszlo Benes (Augsburg)

Spain

Dani Olmo (RB Leipzig)

RB Leipzig’s Dani Olmo is the Bundesliga’s only representative for two-time winners Spain. - Roger Petzsche via www.imago-images.de/imago images/Picture Point LE

Sweden

Ludwig Augustinsson (Werder Bremen), Emil Forsberg (RB Leipzig), Robin Quaison (Mainz)

Switzerland

Yann Sommer, Nico Elvedi, Breel Embolo, Denis Zakaria (all Borussia Mönchengladbach), Manuel Akanji (Borussia Dortmund), Kevin Mbabu, Admir Mehmedi (both Wolfsburg), Sven Zuber, Djibril Sow (both Eintracht Frankfurt), Edimilson Fernandes (Mainz), Ruben Vargas (Augsburg), Gregor Kobel (VfB Stuttgart)

Turkey

Ozan Kabak (Schalke, on loan at Liverpool), Kenan Karaman (Fortuna Düsseldorf)

Ukraine

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Wales 

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