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UEFA Euro 2024: List of all captains for 24 nations

Published at :June 12, 2024 at 4:47 PM
Modified at :June 12, 2024 at 4:47 PM
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Jimit Bhavsar


The tournament kicks off on 14th June

The UEFA European Football Championship famously known as the Euros is set to take place in June 2024. The Euros are played by national teams in the continent of Europe. 24 teams are placed in groups of 6 which then proceed to a knockout format. Italy are the previous champions having beaten England on penalties in the finals.

The 2024 edition is set to provide lots of entertainment with a plethora of top European teams. One of the most exciting groups is Group B with the likes of Spain, Croatia, Italy and underdogs Albania. Another exciting group is Poland, Netherlands, Austria and France in group D. Overall, the tournament has a lot of strong teams alongside underdog teams who can shock us.

Playing for your national team is a feeling of pride and honour but being the captain is an extraordinary feeling. A captain is always looked upto by fans and especially teammates. The captain is the one responsible to lead the team on the pitch, maintain high spirits and boost the morale of the team.

One of the most famous examples of a strong and influential captain is Carles Puyol. A captain can single-handedly help his team get back to their resilient winning spirit and stay calm and composed throughout matches.

Let’s take a look at the captains who will be leading their countries in the Euros 2024.

Group A

Germany – Ilkay Gundogan

Scotland – Andrew Robertson

Hungary – Dominik Szoboszlai

Switzerland – Granite Xhaka

Group B

Spain – Álvaro Morata

Croatia – Luka Modric

Italy – Leonardo Bonucci

Albania – Etrit Berisha

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

Group C

Slovenia – Jan Oblak

Denmark – Simon Kjær

Serbia – Dusan Tadic

England – Harry Kane

Group D

Poland – Robert Lewandowski

Netherlands – Virgil Van Dijk

Austria – David Alaba

France – Kylian Mbappé

Group E

Belgium – Kevin De Bruyne

Slovakia – Milan Skriniar

Romania – Nicolae Stanciu

Ukraine – Andriy Yarmolenko

Group F

Turkiye – Hakan Calhanoglu

Georgia – Guram Kashia

Portugal – Cristiano Ronaldo

Czechia – Tomas Soucek

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