Manuel Neuer and Robert Lewandowski are two of ten FC Bayern players heading to France this summer. - © © imago / Newspix
Manuel Neuer and Robert Lewandowski are two of ten FC Bayern players heading to France this summer. - © © imago / Newspix

The Bundesliga and Bundesliga 2's Euro 2016 stars

You will need more than just a few pair of hands to count the number of Bundesliga and Bundesliga 2 representatives at this summer's UEFA European Championships in France.

Luckily for you, bundesliga.com has put together a handy club-by-club guide detailing the plethora of Euro 2016 participants hailing from Germany's top two divisions...

FC Bayern München

Germany: Manuel Neuer, Jerome Boateng, Thomas Müller, Mario Götze, Joshua Kimmich

Spain: Thiago

Poland: Robert Lewandowski

Austria: David Alaba

France: Kingsley Coman

Portugal: Renato Sanches (joins FC Bayern in July)

Borussia Dortmund

Germany: Mats Hummels, Julian Weigl

Switzerland: Roman Bürki

Turkey: Nuri Sahin

Poland: Lukasz Piszczek

Bayer 04 Leverkusen

Germany: Bernd Leno

Switzerland: Admir Mehmedi

Turkey: Hakan Calhanoglu

Croatia: Tin Jedvaj

Borussia Mönchengladbach

Switzerland: Yann Sommer, Granit Xhaka, Nico Elvedi

Austria: Martin Hinteregger

FC Schalke 04

Germany: Benedikt Höwedes, Leroy Sane

Austria: Alessandro Schöpf

Russia: Roman Neustädter

1. FSV Mainz 05

Austria: Julian Baumgartlinger

Switzerland: Fabian Frei

Turkey: Yunus Malli

Hertha Berlin

Czech Republic: Vladimir Darida

Slovakia: Peter Pekarik

VfL Wolfsburg

Germany: Andre Schürrle, Julian Draxler

Switzerland: Ricardo Rodriguez

Portugal: Vieirinha

1. FC Köln

Germany: Jonas Hector

Albania: Mergim Mavraj

Slovakia: Dusan Svento

Hamburger SV

Switzerland: Johan Djourou

Sweden: Albin Ekdal

FC Ingolstadt 04

Austria: Ramazan Özcan, Markus Suttner, Lukas Hinterseer

FC Augsburg

Switzerland: Marwin Hitz

Iceland: Alfred Finnbogason

SV Werder Bremen

Czech Republic: Theodor Gebre Selassie

Austria: Zlatko Junuzovic

Hungary: Lazlo Kleinheisler

SV Darmstadt 98

Austria: György Garics

TSG 1899 Hoffenheim

Switzerland: Fabian Schär

Czech Republic: Pavel Kaderabek

Croatia: Andrej Kramaric

Hungary: Adam Szalai

Eintracht Frankfurt

Austria: Heinz Lindner

Switzerland: Haris Seferovic

VfB Stuttgart

Austria: Florian Klein, Martin Harnik

Ukraine: Artem Kravets

Romania: Alexandru Maxim

SC Freiburg

Albania: Amir Abrashi

RB Leipzig

Austria: Stefan Ilsanker, Marcel Sabitzer

Sweden: Emil Forsberg

Hungary: Peter Gulacsi

1. FC Nürnberg

Hungary: Zoltan Stieber

1. FC Kaiserslautern

Iceland: Jon Dadi Bödvarsson

TSV 1860 Munich

Austria: Rubin Okotie