Brothers at EUROs: Baresis, De Boers and Nevilles

EURO time tunnel: Brian and Michael Laudrup missed out on lifting the trophy together in 1992, but there have been plenty of brothers at EUROs before ... and there could be a few more this summer.

UEFA.com's time tunnel – our look back at a different EURO each week – has reached 1992. It was a remarkable summer for Denmark, who lifted the trophy in sensational fashion even without Michael Laudrup, perhaps the country's greatest ever player. His decision to quit the team a few years earlier meant he missed out on UEFA European Championship glory with brother Brian, though the two did play together in the final tournament in England four years later.

They are not the only set of siblings to have gone to a EURO, with a record number in contention to take part in France together this summer.

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1976
Netherlands: Rene and Willy van de Kerkhof

1980
Belgium: Luc and Marc Millecamps
Germany: Bernd and Karlheinz Förster
Italy: Franco and Giuseppe Baresi

1984
Germany: Bernd and Karlheinz Förster

1988
Netherlands: Erwin and Ronald Koeman

Ronald and Erwin Koeman starred for the Netherlands in 1988
Ronald and Erwin Koeman starred for the Netherlands in 1988©AFP

1996
Denmark: Brian and Michael Laudrup
England: Gary and Phil Neville

2000
Belgium: Emil and Mbo Mpenza
England: Gary and Phil Neville
Netherlands: Frank and Ronald de Boer
Sweden: Daniel and Patrik Andersson

2004
Croatia: Niko and Robert Kovač
England: Gary and Phil Neville
Switzerland: Murat and Hakan Yakin

Robert and Niko Kovač were in the Croatia ranks in 2004 and 2008
Robert and Niko Kovač were in the Croatia ranks in 2004 and 2008©AFP

2008
Croatia: Niko and Robert Kovač
Russia: Vasili and Aleksei Berezutski

2016???
Belgium: Eden and Thorgan Hazard, Jordan and Romelu Lukaku
Northern Ireland: Corry and Jonny Evans
Russia: Vasili and Aleksei Berezutski
Albania and Switzerland: Taulant and Granit Xhaka

Belgium's Jordan and Romelu Lukaku could both go to UEFA EURO 2016 with Belgium
Belgium's Jordan and Romelu Lukaku could both go to UEFA EURO 2016 with Belgium©AFP
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