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.
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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.
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.
Álvaro Morata (forward, Spain)
How do the Spanish players get themselves fired up for a match? Much in the same way as countless supporters do: by listening to Seven Nation Army. "Singing is not my thing, but there are some songs that just really motivate you," says forward Álvaro Morata of The White Stripes' smash hit. "There are lots of songs we really like in the camp, but if I had to choose one to motivate myself I'd say Seven Nation Army."
Declan Rice (midfielder, England)
West Ham defensive midfielder Rice says there is an very inclusive music policy in the England dressing room. "No one is particularly opinionated," he explains. "It's a combination of rap and hip-hop and a bit of R&B in there too." Rice mixes it up on his personal playlist – Pop Smoke's Got It On Me and Lady Gaga's Shallow both favourites – but one of the old England anthems from EURO '96 still does it for him, Three Lions still encapsulating that England camp feeling.
Mathias 'Zanka' Jørgensen (defender, Denmark)
Master of vibes for the Danish national team, Zanka reveals that Eric Prydz’s Opus is the last song played in the dressing room before the team take to the field. "When the beat drops, it’s time to go out and fight," he explains. Blur’s Song 2 and Kanye West & Jay-Z’s Lift Off are also personal favourites, but have to pass his goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel’s muster: "The first songs we listen to in the dressing room are there to make him happy. Kasper usually picks the first few songs because he leaves the dressing room early to warm up. After that the playlist changes."