The Premier League clubs with the most England players at Euro 2024

  • Players per club in England's Euro 2024 squad
  • 12 Premier League sides represented in group
  • Two European giants also have players picked
England head to Euro 2024 with a new look squad
England head to Euro 2024 with a new look squad / Visionhaus/GettyImages

England manager Gareth Southgate has chosen a squad for Euro 2024 that isn't dominated by only a small handful of clubs, instead picking players from 14 different teams.

With 26 players going on the plane to Germany, that means the majority of club side have just one or two representing them. A couple have three and only one team has four England players.

Here's a breakdown of the clubs with the most England players at Euro 2024...

14. Brentford

Ivan Toney
Ivan Toney represents Brentford / Eddie Keogh/GettyImages

Ivan Toney

Brentford's sole inclusion in the squad made the cut despite struggling to recapture his goalscoring touch following a return from suspension.

13. Brighton & Hove Albion

Lewis Dunk
Lewis Dunk's inclusion has surprised plenty / George Wood/GettyImages

Lewis Dunk

Brighton's leading centre-back has played six times for England to date and will be going to his first major international tournament.

12. Everton

Jordan Pickford
Jordan Pickford has been No.1 since 2018 / Visionhaus/GettyImages

Jordan Pickford

Pickford's place in the final squad was never in doubt but many fans felt that Jarrad Branthwaite was unfortunate to miss out and double Everton's tally.

11. West Ham United

Jarrod Bowen
Jarrod Bowen could terrorise tiring defences / Nathan Stirk/GettyImages

Jarrod Bowen

West Ham have such a strong history when it comes to tournament success with England, but 1966 was a very long time ago.

10. Bayern Munich

Harry Kane
Harry Kane took no time to settle in Germany / Quality Sport Images/GettyImages

Harry Kane

England's leading man took his club career to Germany last summer and scored 44 goals off the bat for Bayern Munich. He'll feel at home.

9. Real Madrid

Jude Bellingham
Jude Bellingham arrives off the ultimate high / Alex Livesey - Danehouse/GettyImages

Jude Bellingham

Even Bellingham's most ardent fans couldn't have predicted quite the impact he has had at Real Madrid since joining them a year ago.

8. Aston Villa

Ollie Watkins
Ollie Watkins has been hugely important for Aston Villa / Shaun Botterill/GettyImages

Ezri Konsa, Ollie Watkins

Two Villa players in the final squad is a testament to the club and their incredible rise over a short time since the end of 2022.

7. Chelsea

Cole Palmer
Cole Palmer saved Chelsea's season / Ryan Pierse/GettyImages

Conor Gallagher, Cole Palmer

If asked last summer to predict just two Chelsea players that would go to Euro 2024, most would have said Raheem Sterling and Reece James.

6. Liverpool

Trent Alexander-Arnold
Trent Alexander-Arnold has been unlocked in midfield / James Baylis - AMA/GettyImages

Joe Gomez, Trent Alexander-Arnold

For both Liverpool players, Euro 2024 feels like a long time coming. Each has struggled to hold down a regular England place for different reasons.

5. Manchester United

Kobbie Mainoo only turned 19 in April
Kobbie Mainoo only turned 19 in April / Crystal Pix/MB Media/GettyImages

Luke Shaw, Kobbie Mainoo

Harry Maguire would have added to this number had he not lost his battle against time to be fit. For Mainoo, it's the stuff of dreams.

4. Newcastle United

Kieran Trippier
Kieran Trippier could be starting left-back / Justin Setterfield/GettyImages

Kieran Trippier, Anthony Gordon

Newcastle's pair could end up having a real influence over the course of the summer, with Trippier a senior leader and Gordon likely an impact sub.

3. Arsenal

Declan Rice
Declan Rice is England's linchpin / Catherine Ivill - AMA/GettyImages

Aaron Ramsdale, Declan Rice, Bukayo Saka

Only injury to Pickford will give Ramsdale any game time here, but Rice and Saka are among the very first names on the team sheet.

2. Manchester City

Phil Foden
Phil Foden had a stunning 2023/24 / Alex Pantling/GettyImages

Kyle Walker, John Stones, Phil Foden

Expect all three City players to be starting in England's strongest lineup for the opening Group C game. Jack Grealish misses out.

1. Crystal Palace

Eberechi Eze
Eberechi Eze is a potential X-factor / Naomi Baker/GettyImages

Dean Henderson, Marc Guehi, Adam Wharton, Eberechi Eze

Palace are the single most represented club in an England squad for a major tournament. It feels deserved but no one would ever have predicted it.

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