Liverpool haven't had a European Champion at the club since Xabi Alonso and Fernando Torres were part of the formidable Spain team that won back-to-back titles between 2008 to 2012.

But they have a strong chance of having one this summer with seven players at the tournament, which is held across 11 cities as the championships celebrated 60 years since its inaugural year in 1960.

Wolves and Tottenham Hotspur also have seven players featuring for their country this summer but Chelsea and Manchester City are way out in front with 15 and 17 players at Euro 2020 respectively.

Over the course of the next month, all 51 fixtures will be on free-to-air television on broadcasters ITV and BBC with games available on their live streaming services, ITV Hub and BBC iPlayer.

Neco Williams and Harry Wilson vs Xherdan Shaqiri

Despite his controversial red card in the first warmup match against France, Liverpool full-back Neco Williams looks set to feature for caretaker manager Rob Page's side.

It is a big moment for the 20-year-old after he has spent the season as an understudy to Trent Alexander-Arnold.

Harry Wilson spent the majority of the season on loan with Cardiff City. Despite struggling under Neil Harris, his departure allowed for the introduction of Mick McCarthy who seemed to get the best out of the free-kick specialist.

Wilson is likely to depart Liverpool this summer and he could put himself in the shop window with an impressive tournament.

Similarly with Xherdan Shaqiri, the Swiss international struggled to cement a place in Jurgen Klopp 's first-team plans, so this tournament may well be the opportunity that the 29-year-old can give the German manager something to think about or boost his credentials as a top player.

Wales play Switzerland at the Baku Olympic Stadium on Saturday, June 12, kick-off is at 2pm with all the live coverage shown on BBC and iPlayer.

Jordan Henderson

There are question marks surrounding the Liverpool captains fitness after he missed four months of football following groin surgery on an injury he suffered against Everton in February.

Henderson was a second-half substitute replacing Kalvin Phillips in their final warmup against Romania where he missed a penalty. As a result, the Group D opener against Croatia may come too soon for the 30-year-old.

England welcome Croatia to Wembley on Sunday, June 13 with the match kicking off at 2pm, live on BBC and iPlayer.

Andy Robertson

Already seen as an icon around Anfield for his Champions League and Premier League-winning exploits.

Andy Robertson will lead Scotland out at a major tournament for the first time in 23 years following their play-off win over Serbia in November.

It will be a welcome sight for the left-back as around 12,000 Scotland fans will be at Hampden Park for two of their three group stage matches.

Scotland kick off their Euro 2020 campaign at 2pm on Monday, June 14 against the Czech Republic, live on BBC and BBC iPlayer.

Thiago Alcantara

Thiago will look to grace the field as he did for Liverpool in his debut season for the six-time Champions League winners.

His vision and quality on the ball will be invaluable for Luis Enrique's side as they look to put the two positive COVID-19 tests from Sergio Busquets and Diego Llorente behind them as they start their campaign off against Sweden.

Spain hold the joint-record as the most successful nation to play in the competition, winning it three times, including their consecutive wins in 2008 and 2012.

Spain play Sweden at 8pm on Monday, June 14, live on ITV and the ITV Hub.

Diogo Jota

Diogo Jota led the line for Portugal in their final warm-up win over Israel before he was replaced by Andre Silva at half-time.

Despite his midseason injury, the 24-year-old shone for the Reds when he featured, including his double against Arsenal after coming on as a substitute.

The holders will be looking to continue their successful won after they added the Nations League to their accolades two years after their Euro 2016 triumph against France.

Jota will be hoping to help Portugal get off to a good start in Group F as they face France and Germany following on from their group opener.

Portugal travel to the Puskas Arena to play Hungary on Tuesday, June 15 at 8pm, live on ITV and the ITV Hub.