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Final UEFA EURO 2012 squads confirmed

Published: Tuesday 29 May 2012, 16.36CET
The 16 UEFA EURO 2012 contenders confirmed their 23-man squads for the final tournament, with just ten days to go until the first matches in Poland and Ukraine.
Final UEFA EURO 2012 squads confirmed
France's Laurent Blanc was one of the last coaches to announce his final squad ©Getty Images
Published: Tuesday 29 May 2012, 16.36CET

Final UEFA EURO 2012 squads confirmed

The 16 UEFA EURO 2012 contenders confirmed their 23-man squads for the final tournament, with just ten days to go until the first matches in Poland and Ukraine.

UEFA EURO 2012 moved a step closer today with the 16 contenders confirming their 23-man squads for the finals before the 12.00CET deadline.

France, Italy, the Czech Republic, Croatia and Ukraine all left it until the last to confirm their definitive selection, with deadline day also bringing misery for Denmark goalkeeper Thomas Sørensen and Republic of Ireland right-back Kevin Foley, who were replaced due to injury in their respective parties by Kasper Schmeichel and Paul McShane.

A squad can still be changed, however, if injury strikes. The relevant rule of the competition reads: "In the event of serious injury to a listed player before his team's first match in the final tournament, the player in question may be substituted only if a doctor from the UEFA Medical Committee and the team doctor concerned both confirm that the injury is sufficiently serious to prevent the player from taking part."

Click the links below to see all the squads.

Group A
Czech Republic
Greece
Poland
Russia

Group B
Denmark
Germany
Netherlands
Portugal

Group C
Croatia
Italy
Republic of Ireland
Spain

Group D
England
France
Sweden
Ukraine

Last updated: 29/05/12 16.43CET

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