Euro 2020: Squad List and Guide for Group F – France, Germany, Hungary, Portugal

Fernando Santos of Portugal , Dider Deschamp of France, Joachim Low of Germany
Fernando Santos of Portugal , Dider Deschamp of France, Joachim Low of Germany / IMAGO

Euro 2020 is set to commence on June 11, and Portugal will face Hungary in first Group-F encounter on June 15. Here we take a look at the teams and players in Group F.

Group F comprises of four teams: Poland, Netherlands, North Macedonia, Ukraine.


Two FIFA World Cups, two UEFA European Championships, two FIFA Confederations Cups, and one Olympic tournament have all been won by France. France’s success was concentrated in four major eras: the 1950s, 1980s, late 1990s/early 2000s, and mid/late 2010s, which culminated in a slew of major awards.


Didier Deschamps led Les Bleus to World Cup victories in 1998 and EURO 2000. He has been France’s manager since 2012, leading them to World Cup triumph in 2018 and a chance to win a second international double at EURO 2020.


GoalKeeperHugo Lloris (captain)Tottenham Hotspur
GoalKeeperSteve MandandaMarseille
GoalKeeperMike MaignanLille
DefenderLucas HernandezBayern Munich
DefenderKurt ZoumaChelsea
DefenderBenjamin PavardBayern Munich
DefenderPresnel KimpembeParis Saint-Germain
DefenderRaphaël VaraneReal Madrid
DefenderClément LengletBarcelona
DefenderLucas DigneEverton
DefenderLéo DuboisLyon
DefenderJules KoundéSevilla
MidfielderKingsley ComanBayern Munich
MidfielderCorentin TolissoBayern Munich
MidfielderN’Golo KantéChelsea
MidfielderAdrien RabiotJuventus
MidfielderPaul PogbaManchester United
MidfielderThomas LemarAtlético Madrid
MidfielderMoussa SissokoTottenham Hotspur
ForwardOlivier GiroudChelsea
ForwardKarim BenzemaReal Madrid
ForwardAntoine GriezmannBarcelona
ForwardWissam Ben YedderMonaco
ForwardKylian MbappéParis Saint-Germain
ForwardOusmane DembéléBarcelona
ForwardMarcus ThuramBorussia Mönchengladbach


With four World Cups (1954, 1974, 1990, 2014), three European Championships (1972, 1980, 1996), and one Confederations Cup, Germany is one of the most successful national teams in international events (2017). [nine] They’ve also finished second three times in European Championships, fourth four times in World Cups, and third four times in World Cups.


After 15 years at the helm, Joachim Low’s farewell tournament will be the final tournament for the coach who has never failed to lead Germany to at least the semi-finals of a major event.


GoalKeeperManuel Neuer (captain)Bayern Munich
GoalkeeperBernd LenoArsenal
GoalKeeperKevin TrappEintracht Frankfurt
DefenderNiklas SüleBayern Munich
DefenderAntonio RüdigerChelsea
DefenderLukas KlostermannRB Leipzig
DefenderMarcel HalstenbergRB Leipzig
DefenderRobin GosensAtalanta
DefenderChristian GünterSC Freiburg
DefenderEmre CanBorussia Dortmund
DefenderMatthias GinterBorussia Mönchengladbach
DefenderRobin KochLeeds United
DefenderMats HummelsBorussia Dortmund
MidfielderJoshua KimmichBayern Munich
MidfielderToni KroosReal Madrid
MidfielderSerge GnabryBayern Munich
MidfielderJonas HofmannBorussia Mönchengladbach
MidfielderJamal MusialaBayern Munich
MidfielderFlorian NeuhausBorussia Mönchengladbach
MidfielderLeon GoretzkaBayern Munich
MidfielderLeroy SanéBayern Munich
Midfielderİlkay GündoğanManchester City
ForwardKevin VollandMonaco
ForwardTimo WernerChelsea
ForwardKai HavertzChelsea
ForwardThomas MüllerBayern Munich


Portugal’s current generation helped the country reach the semi-finals of Euro 2000, as well as finishing second in the Euro 2004 Final after losing to Greece on home soil, and reaching the semi-finals of the 2006 World Cup, where they lost to eventual champions France. Santos went on to win Portugal’s first major championship at Euro 2016, defeating hosts France 1–0 after extra time.


Fernando Santos led Portugal’s top three clubs before taking over as coach of the national team in 2014, following a spell in charge of Greece. He led them to victory at the 2016 European Championships and the first UEFA Nations League.


GoalkeeperRui PatrícioWolverhampton Wanderers
GoalKeeperAnthony LopesLyon
GoalkeeperRui SilvaGranada
DefenderNuno MendesSporting CP
DefenderJoão CanceloManchester City
DefenderNélson SemedoWolverhampton Wanderers
DefenderRúben DiasManchester City
DefenderRaphaël GuerreiroBorussia Dortmund
DefenderJosé FonteLille
MidfielderJoão PalhinhaSporting CP
MidfielderJoão MoutinhoWolverhampton Wanderers
MidfielderSérgio OliveiraPorto
MidfielderBernardo SilvaManchester City
MidfielderBruno FernandesManchester United
MidfielderDanilo PereiraParis Saint-Germain
MidfielderWilliam CarvalhoReal Betis
MidfielderRenato SanchesLille
MidfielderRúben NevesWolverhampton Wanderers
MidfielderPedro GonçalvesSporting CP
ForwardGonçalo GuedesValencia
ForwardDiogo JotaLiverpool
ForwardAndré SilvaEintracht Frankfurt
ForwardJoão FélixAtlético Madrid
ForwardRafa SilvaBenfica
ForwardCristiano Ronaldo (captain)Juventus


Hungary has a strong football history, having won three Olympic medals, finished second in the World Cups of 1938 and 1954, and finished third in the UEFA European Football Championship of 1964.


When Marco Rossi, an Italian former defender, took over the national team in June 2018, he had been coaching in Hungary for four years.


GoalKeeperPéter GulácsiRB Leipzig
GoalKeeperDénes DibuszFerencváros
GoalKeeperÁdám BogdánFerencváros
DefenderÁdám LangOmonia
DefenderGergő LovrencsicsFerencváros
DefenderÁkos KecskésLugano
DefenderAttila SzalaiFenerbahçe
DefenderAttila FiolaFehérvár
DefenderWilli OrbánRB Leipzig
DefenderLoïc NégoFehérvár
DefenderEndre BotkaFerencváros
DefenderBendegúz BollaFehérvár
MidfielderTamás CseriMezőkövesd
MidfielderAndrás SchäferDunajská Streda
MidfielderÁdám NagyBristol City
MidfielderLászló KleinheislerOsijek
MidfielderDániel GazdagPhiladelphia Union
MidfielderRoland VargaMTK Budapest
MidfielderDávid SigérFerencváros
MidfielderKevin VargaKasımpaşa
ForwardRoland SallaiSC Freiburg
ForwardFilip HolenderPartizan
ForwardÁdám Szalai (captain)Mainz 05
ForwardNemanja NikolićFehérvár
ForwardSzabolcs SchönFC Dallas
ForwardJános HahnPaks