When our 11 Gunners will be playing at Euro 2024

Bukayo Saka celebrates scoring his hat-trick against North Macedonia

With all 24 squads for Euro 2024 now locked in, the stage is set for our 11 Gunners to shine for their respective nations at the finals.

Jakub Kiwior and Kieran Tierney were the final two to secure their spots, joining Declan Rice, Bukayo Saka and Aaron Ramsdale who are in the England squad, Kai Havertz representing the hosts Germany, William Saliba of France and Leandro Trossard who is in Belgium's travelling party.

Jorginho will be hoping to retain the title for Italy, Oleksandr Zinchenko will captain Ukraine while David Raya's Spain have also made it.

It is set to be a sensational spectacle for all those lucky to have a ticket or settling down to watch the drama unfold on TV, and all Gooners will be keen to track the progress of a record number of our players involved in a single edition of a European Championship.

The opening night sees Havertz’s Germany take on a Scotland side Tierney is set to feature in - one of four matches that see Arsenal teammates go head-to-head - starting a run where you’ll be able to watch one of Mikel Arteta’s players almost every day.

We’ve gone through the schedule to pick out all the fixtures that feature our players, to help you plan the next few weeks:

Friday, June 14
Germany (Havertz) v Scotland (Tierney)
Munich | 8pm

Saturday, June 15
Spain (Raya) v Croatia
Berlin | 5pm

Italy (Jorginho) v Albania
Dortmund | 8pm

Sunday, June 16
Poland (Kiwior) v Netherlands
Hamburg | 2pm

Serbia v England (Ramsdale, Rice, Saka)
Gelsenkirchen | 8pm

Monday, June 17
Romania v Ukraine (Zinchenko)
Munich | 2pm

Belgium (Trossard) v Slovakia
Frankfurt | 5pm

Austria v France (Saliba)
Dusseldorf | 8pm

Wednesday, June 19
Germany (Havertz) v Hungary
Stuttgart | 5pm

Scotland (Tierney) v Switzerland
Cologne | 8pm

Thursday, June 20
Denmark v England (Ramsdale, Rice, Saka)
Frankfurt | 5pm

Spain (Raya) v Italy (Jorginho)
Gelsenkirchen | 8pm

Friday, June 21
Slovakia v Ukraine (Zinchenko)
Dusseldorf | 2pm

Poland (Kiwior) v Austria
Berlin | 5pm

Netherlands v France (Saliba)
Leipzig | 8pm

Saturday, June 22
Belgium (Trossard) v Romania
Cologne | 8pm

Sunday, June 23
Germany (Havertz) v Switzerland
Frankfurt | 8pm

Scotland (Tierney) v Hungary
Stuttgart | 8pm

Monday, June 24
Croatia v Italy (Jorginho)
Leipzig | 8pm

Spain (Raya) v Albania
Dusseldorf | 8pm

Tuesday, June 25
France (Saliba) v Poland (Kiwior)
Dortmund | 5pm

England (Ramsdale, Rice, Saka) v Slovenia
Cologne | 8pm

Wednesday, June 26
Ukraine (Zinchenko) v Belgium (Trossard)
Stuttgart | 5pm


Saliba keeps another clean sheet for France

Saliba v Holland
Saliba v Holland

William Saliba kept his second clean sheet for France at Euro 2024 in a 0-0 draw with Netherlands on Friday night.

Our centre-back was France’s most reliable player on the ball, giving it away just once in 90 minutes.

Les Bleus went into the game in a strong position, having beaten Austria 1-0 on Monday.

Netherlands had the ball in the back of the net in the 69th minute, but a VAR check found Denzel Dumfries to be in an offside position and interfering with play.

The first goalless draw of the tournament left France second in Group D on four points, only behind Netherlands on goals scored.

Sadly for Jakub Kiwior and Poland, the result meant that they were the first nation to be eliminated from the competition after their 3-1 defeat to Austria left them bottom of the group.

Kiwior v Austria

Jakub played 90 minutes of the match as Gernot Trauner gave Austria the lead with a header into the top-left corner before Krzysztof Piatek equalised on the half-hour mark.

Christoph Baumgartner put Austria back in front with 24 minutes to go, before Marko Arnautovic increased the lead from the penalty spot.

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