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10 June 2021

47 former participants in the Maurice Revello Tournament will compete in the Euro

One year after its postponement due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Euro 2020 will finally start this Friday in Rome with the game between Italy and Turkey in the opening match. As in the 2016 edition won by Portugal, 24 national teams will compete for the title of European champion until 11 July, when the final will be played at Wembley. Among these teams, 47 players and managers have been through the Maurice Revello Tournament. Here is an overview of these former participants.

Belgium : Matz Sels (2013), Yannick Carrasco (2013), Dennis Praet (2013)


Yannick Carrasco during the Maurice Revello Tournament 2013

Czech Republic : Alex Král (2017), Michal Sadilek (2017) – Manager : Jaroslav Šilhavý (1980, 1981 & 1982)


The Scottish Greg Taylor (on the left) and the Czech Michael Sadilek (on the right) during the Maurice Revello Tournament 2017

Denmark : Mathias Jorgensen (2010)

England : Jordan Pickford (Tournaments 2015 & 2016), Ben Chilwell (2016), Reece James (2017 & 2019), Jack Grealish (2016) – Manager : Gareth Southgate (2014 & 2016)


Reece James during the Maurice Revello Tournament 2019

France : Hugo Lloris (2006), Steve Mandanda (2005), Presnel Kimpembe (2015), Thomas Lemar (2015), Adrien Rabiot (2014), Moussa Sissoko (2009) – Manager : Didier Deschamps (1988)


Presnel Kimpembe (on the left) and Thomas Lemar (on the right) after they won the Maurice Revello Tournament 2015

Hungary : Peter Gulacsi (2011), Attila Fiola (2011), Loïc Nego (2011)

Netherlands : Tim Krul (2006 & 2008), Maarten Stekelenburg (2001), Joël Veltman (2012), Steven Berghuis (2012)

Poland : Manager : Paulo Sousa (1990)

Portugal : Rui Patricio (2009), Rui Silva (2016), João Cancelo (2014), Ruben Dias (2016) Danilo Pereira (2011), Bruno Fernandes (2014), Sergio Oliveira (2011), Cristiano Ronaldo (2003)


Russia :
Aleksei Ionov (2010) – Sélectionneur : Stanislav Tchertchessov (1984)

Scotland : Greg Taylor (2017 & 2018), Billy Gilmour (2018)


Sweden :
Andreas Granqvist (2004)

Turkey : Altay Bayindir (2018), Merih Demiral (2018)


Merih Demiral, Turkey captain during the Maurice Revello Tournament 2018

Wales : Chris Mepham (2017), Joe Rodon (2017), David Brooks (2017), Daniel James (2017), Tyler Roberts (2017)

Twelve former Maurice Revello Tournament referees will also officiate during the Euro:

Referees and assistant referees : Danny Makkelie (Netherlands, Tournament 2012), Jan de Vries (Netherlands, 2015), Artur Soares Dias (Portugal, 2013), Rui Licino Tavares (Portugal, 2013), Paulo Santos Soares (Portugal, 2015), Radu Ginghuleac (Romania, 2016, 2017 & 2018), Vasile Marinescu (Romania, 2016, 2017 & 2018)

VAR referees : Benjamin Pages (France, 2017), Kevin Blom (Netherlands, 2005), João Pinheiro (Portugal, 2016)

4th referees : Mikael Berchebru (France, 2018), Georgi Kabakov (Bulgaria, 2014)

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