England’s manager, Gareth Southgate, has picked 33 players for the training camp and friendly matches against Bosnia & Herzegovina and Iceland, leading up to EURO 2024. The team will get together at St. James’ Park and Wembley Stadium for their preparation.

There are new faces in the squad: Liverpool’s Jarell Quansah and Curtis Jones, and Adam Wharton from Crystal Palace, who are all getting their first chance to play for the senior team.

The squad will start gathering for their first match against Bosnia & Herzegovina in the North East on Wednesday, May 29. However, players who need to play in the Emirates FA Cup Final and the UEFA Champions League Final will join the team later.

Players from Tottenham Hotspur and Newcastle United will also meet up with the team later due to their club commitments at the end of the season.

After their game in Newcastle on Monday, June 3, the team will head to London to continue their training before they play Iceland at Wembley on Friday, June 7.

England Squad EURO 2024

Here is the initial list of the England squad for EURO 2024:

  • Goalkeepers:
    • Dean Henderson (Crystal Palace),
    • Jordan Pickford (Everton),
    • Aaron Ramsdale (Arsenal),
    • James Trafford (Burnley)
  • Defenders:
    • Jarrad Branthwaite (Everton),
    • Lewis Dunk (Brighton & Hove Albion),
    • Joe Gomez (Liverpool),
    • Marc Guehi (Crystal Palace),
    • Ezri Konsa (Aston Villa),
    • Harry Maguire (Man UTD),
    • Jarell Quansah (Liverpool),
    • Luke Shaw (Man UTD),
    • John Stones (Man City),
    • Kieran Trippier (Newcastle UTD),
    • Kyle Walker (Man City)
  • Midfielders:
    • Trent Alexander-Arnold (Liverpool),
    • Jude Bellingham (Real Madrid),
    • Conor Gallagher (Chelsea),
    • Curtis Jones (Liverpool),
    • Kobbie Mainoo (Man UTD),
    • Declan Rice (Arsenal),
    • Adam Wharton (Crystal Palace)
  • Forwards:
    • Jarrod Bowen (West Ham UTD),
    • Eberechi Eze (Crystal Palace),
    • Phil Foden (Man City),
    • Anthony Gordon (Newcastle UTD),
    • Jack Grealish (Man City),
    • Harry Kane (Bayern Munich),
    • James Maddison (Tottenham Hotspur),
    • Cole Palmer (Chelsea), 
    • Bukayo Saka (Arsenal),
    • Ivan Toney (Brentford),
    • Ollie Watkins (Aston Villa)