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Get #EUROHyped with the official finals playlists

Martin Garrix and a selection of EURO team captains and dressing room DJs are selecting tunes for our EURO 2020 playlists; soak up the finals vibes.

The official UEFA EURO 2020 playlist, presented by Martin Garrix, is now available with UEFA EURO 2020 stars including team captains and dressing room DJs keeping the tunes flowing.

The playlist is on all major music streaming platforms including Spotify, Apple Music, Deezer, Tidal and Napster. Selected EURO teams and players have already added their first set of EURO bangers, with updates to come every Friday. Keep track of the top tracks using the #EUROHyped hashtag.

In addition to the overall selection, every team will have their own UEFA EURO 2020 playlist, featuring songs selected by the players.

Keep your eyes on this page, which will highlight some of the player selections.

Keep up with the latest additions to the UEFA EURO 2020 Official Playlist throughout the tournament

Meanwhile, We Are The People, the official song of UEFA EURO 2020, has been officially released. The track, from legendary Dutch DJ/producer Martin Garrix, also features Bono and The Edge.

The song launch is part of UEFA's plans to get football fans in the mood ahead of the tournament, with players participating in the summer's tournament contributing to the official UEFA EURO 2020 playlist which will be curated by Garrix and made available on all major music streaming platforms, in addition to each participating national team's own UEFA EURO 2020 playlist.

The #EUROHyped social media challenge invites fans to show everyone how they are getting in the mood for UEFA EURO 2020.

Pointing the way on and off the pitch: Romelu Lukaku
Pointing the way on and off the pitch: Romelu LukakuUEFA via Getty Images

Romelu Lukaku (forward, Belgium)

Rap music is Romelu Lukaku's go-to genre, the forward citing BIG, DMX and 2Pac as "artists who really give you a boost before a game – I need that". It clearly works, as the 28-year-old scored twice in Belgium's 3-0 win over Russia in their opening Group B assignment. "On our way to training I'm always listening to music," he says. "It really helps me during the tournament." 2Pac's Can't C Me is a particular source of motivation: "This song makes me think: 'I'm the man'."

Vladimir Darida (midfielder, Czech Republic)

Vladimir Darida has been setting the tone in Czech Republic's midfield for almost a decade – and has done likewise with the team's dressing room jukebox. Tak teda pojď (literal translation: 'Come on!') by Czech rock band Kabát is his personal favourite: "I always listen to this song before each game. I've done it since the beginning of my career." David Guetta's upbeat hit Play Hard also gets him fired up before kick-off, while Když nemůžeš, tak přidej (literally: 'When you can't take any more, keep going') by Mirai serves as a reminder to his team: "That means that we never give up!"

Keen ear for music: Vladimir Darida
Keen ear for music: Vladimir DaridaGetty Images

Jan Bednarek, (defender, Poland)

A tough-tackling centre-back by trade, Poland's Jan Bednarek switches off from the game to the beat of rap music. "It makes me reflect on the world," says the 25-year-old. "You can turn yourself off, think, relax. I listen to music every day, it's my relaxation technique." He’ll be in the perfect frame of mind, then, when his side face Slovakia in their first Group E fixture. "I think rap music lets me broaden my mind. It's cool to look at artists as inspiration and path for development."

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