Who are the youngest players to have featured for their countries at a EURO finals?
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The Netherlands' Jetro Willems remains the youngest player to appear at a EURO, taking the field against Denmark in 2012 aged 18 years and 71 days.
The majority of the EURO 2020 contenders have already fielded teenagers at a final tournament, as UEFA.com discovers.
Sebastian Prödl, 20 years and 353 days (vs Croatia, EURO 2008)
Enzo Scifo, 18 years and 115 days (vs Yugoslavia, EURO '84 )
Ivan Rakitić, 20 years and 94 days (vs Germany, EURO 2008)
Tomáš Rosický, 19 years and 251 days (vs Netherlands, EURO 2000)
Michael Laudrup, 19 years and 363 days (vs France, EURO '84)
Marcus Rashford, 18 years and 229 days (vs Wales, EURO 2016)
Finland will make their debut at EURO 2020.
Kingsley Coman, 19 years and 363 days (vs Romania, EURO 2016)
Lukas Podolski, 19 years and 19 days (vs Czech Republic, EURO 2004)
Paolo Maldini, 19 years and 350 days (vs West Germany, EURO '88)
Jetro Willems, 18 years and 71 days (vs Denmark, EURO 2012)
Bartosz Kapustka, 19 years and 172 days (vs Northern Ireland, EURO 2016)
Renato Sanches, 18 years and 301 days (vs Iceland, EURO 2016)
Anatoly Baidachny, 19 years and 261 days (vs Hungary, EURO '72)
Miguel Tendillo, 19 years and 132 days (vs Italy, EURO '80)
Patrik Andersson, 20 years and 297 days (vs France, EURO '92)
Johan Vonlanthen, 18 years and 137 days (vs England, EURO 2004)
Emre Mor, 18 years and 324 days (vs Croatia, EURO 2016)
Oleksandr Zinchenko, 19 years and 180 days (vs Germany, EURO 2016)
Jonny Williams, 22 years and 246 days (vs Slovakia, EURO 2016)Download the EURO app