Euro 2020 squads: Hungary and Ukraine announced with France, Holland and Belgium in days – all announcement dates

EURO 2020 has almost arrived and the squads are already being announced.

Out of the blocks first is Hungary, who have revealed their preliminary squad to take on France, Germany and Portugal in the Group of Death.

Ukraine have also submitted their list while other announcements are expected very shortly.

All competing Euro 2020 countries must name a squad of 26 players by June 1, though some are choosing to name larger preliminary squads beforehand.

Though squad numbers have been expanded to from 23 to 26 due to Covid, only 23 players will be allowed on teamsheets for individual matches.

Euro 2020 squads

Group A

Italy

Italy have yet to confirm the date manager Roberto Mancini will announce his squad.

Switzerland

Switzerland have yet to confirm the date manager Vladimir Petkovic will announce his squad.

Turkey

Turkey have yet to confirm the date manager Senol Gunes will announce his squad.

Wales

Wales have yet to confirm the date interim manager Robert Page will announce his squad.

Group B

Belgium

Belgium manager Roberto Martinez will announce his 26-man final squad on Monday, May 17.

Denmark

Denmark have yet to confirm the date manager Kasper Hjulmand will announce his squad.

Finland

Finland manager Markku Kanerva will announce his 26-man final squad onTuesday, June 1.

Russia

Russia manager Stanislav Cherchesov will announce a preliminary squad on Tuesday, May 11.

Group C

Austria

Austria have yet to confirm the date manager Franco Foda will announce his squad.

Holland

Holland manager Frank de Boer will announce his preliminary squad on Friday, May 14.

North Macedonia

North Macedonia have yet to confirm the date manager Igor Angelovski will announce his squad.

Ukraine

Ukraine manager Andriy Shevchenko's 36-man preliminary squad is as follows:

  • Andriy Pyatov (c) (GK)
  • Andriy Lunin (GK)
  • Heorhiy Bushchan (GK)
  • Anatoliy Trubin (GK)
  • Mykola Matviyenko
  • Oleksandr Karavayev
  • Serhiy Kryvtsov
  • Eduard Sobol
  • Vitaliy Mykolenko
  • Bohdan Mykhaylichenko
  • Illya Zabarnyi
  • Oleksandr Tymchyk
  • Viktor Korniyenko
  • Denys Popov
  • Oleksandr Syrota
  • Andriy Yarmolenko
  • Yevhen Konoplyanka
  • Taras Stepanenko
  • Oleksandr Zinchenko
  • Ruslan Malinovskyi
  • Serhiy Sydorchuk
  • Viktor Kovalenko
  • Viktor Tsyhankov
  • Marlos
  • Yevhenii Makarenko
  • Mykola Shaparenko
  • Vitaliy Buyalskyi
  • Oleksandr Zubkov
  • Volodymyr Shepelyev
  • Oleksandr Andriyevskyi
  • Artem Bondarenko
  • Bohdan Lyednyev
  • Heorhiy Sudakov
  • Roman Yaremchuk
  • Artem Besyedin
  • Artem Dovbyk

Group D

Croatia

Croatia have yet to reveal the date manager Zlatko Dalic will announce his squad.

Czech Republic

Czech Republic have yet to reveal the date manager Jaroslav Silhavy will announce his squad.

England

England manager Gareth Southgate will announce his 26-man Euro 2020 squad on Tuesday, May 25.

Scotland

Scotland have yet to reveal the date manager Steve Clarke will announce his squad.

Group E

Poland

Poland manager Paulo Sousa will announce a preliminary squad on Monday, May 17 before revealing his final squad on Tuesday, June 1.

Slovakia

Slovakia manager Stefan Tarkovic will announce his final 26-man squad on Wednesday, June 2.

Spain

Spain have yet to reveal the date manager Luis Enrique will announce his squad.

Sweden

Sweden manager Janne Andersson will announce his final 26-man squad on Tuesday, May 18.

Group F

France

France manager Didier Deschamps will announce his final 26-man squad on Tuesday, May 18.

Germany

Germany manager Joachim Low will announce his final 26-man squad on Wednesday, May 19.

Hungary

Hungary manager Marco Rossi's 30-man preliminary squad is as follows:

  • Peter Gulacsi (GK)
  • Adam Bogdan (GK)
  • Denes Dibusz (GK)
  • Balasz Toth (GK)
  • Gergo Lovrencsics
  • Adam Lang
  • Attila Fiola
  • Willi Orban
  • Attila Szalai
  • Szilveszter Hangya
  • Endre Botka
  • Akos Kecskes
  • Bendeguz Bolla
  • Csaba Spandler
  • Adam Nagy
  • Laszlo Kleinheisler
  • Filip Holender
  • David Siger
  • Dominik Szoboszlai
  • Loic Nego
  • Daniel Gazdag
  • Andras Schafer
  • Tamas Cseri
  • Adam Szalai (c)
  • Nemanja Nikolic
  • Roland Sallai
  • Roland Varga
  • Jevin Varga
  • Janos Hahn
  • Szabolcs Schön

Portugal

Portugal manager Fernando Santos will name his final 26-man squad on Thursday, May 20.

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