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Euro 2024: List of all nations youngest players for the tournament

Published at :June 11, 2024 at 2:00 PM
Modified at :June 11, 2024 at 2:00 PM
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Ajay Gandhar

Lamine Yamal is the youngest player in the tournament.

The UEFA Euro 2024 tournament is just around the corner and football fans are excited to see some of the game’s brightest young talents take the big stage. The European Championship has traditionally been where up-and-coming players make a name for themselves.

One player expected to generate a lot of interest at the Euro is Warren Zaïre-Emery from France. The young midfielder has been impressive for Paris Saint-Germain after coming through their youth academy. Despite France’s squad being filled with superstars, Emery’s skill could earn him significant playing time.

Another youngster to watch is Ukrainian defender Vitaliy Mykolenko. At only 21 years old, he has already played 37 games for Bournemouth in the tough English Premier League this season. His strong defensive abilities and skill on the ball could make him a key player for Ukraine.

In Spain, eyes will be on 16-year-old Lamine Yamal of Barcelona. He set records this year as the youngest player to ever play for Barcelona and appear in a Champions League quarter-final. With 50 appearances, seven goals and 10 assists across all competitions, Yamal is regarded as one of the top young talents in Europe. Playing the same style as his club team could benefit him with Spain.

These are just a few of the gifted youngsters who could make a big impact at Euro 2024. Here is the list of all the youngest players for every nation.

Group A: Germany, Scotland, Hungary, Switzerland

  • Germany: Aleksander Pavlovic (20y 42d)
  • Scotland: Tommy Conway (21y 314d)
  • Hungary: Milos Kerkez (20y 220d)
  • Switzerland: Ardon Jashari (21y 351d)

Group B: Spain, Croatia, Italy, Albania

  • Spain: Lamine Yamal (16y 338d)
  • Croatia: Martin Baturina (21y 119d)
  • Italy: Riccardo Calafiori (22y 26d)
  • Albania: Medon Berisha (20y 237d)

Group C: Slovenia, Denmark, Serbia, England

  • Slovenia: Benjamin Šeško (21y 15d)
  • Denmark: Rasmus Højlund (21y 131d)
  • Serbia: Petar Ratkov (20y 302d)
  • England: Kobbie Mainoo (19y 56d)

Group D: Poland, Netherlands, Austria, France

  • Poland: Kacper Urbański (19y 281d)
  • Netherlands: Xavi Simons (21y 54d)
  • Austria: Leopold Querfeld (20y 177d)
  • France: Warren Zaïre-Emery (18y 98d)

Group E: Belgium, Slovakia, Romania, Ukraine

  • Belgium: Arthur Vermeeren (19y 128d)
  • Slovakia: Leo Sauer (18y 182d)
  • Romania: Radu Drăgușin (22y 133d)
  • Ukraine: Illya Zabarnyi (21y 288d)

Group F: Türkiye, Georgia, Portugal, Czechia

  • Türkiye: Semih Kılıçsoy (18y 305d)
  • Georgia: Gabriel Sigua (18y 350d)
  • Portugal: João Neves (19y 262d)
  • Czechia: Matěj Jurásek (20y 289d)

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