The 14 Championship players on international duty at EURO 2024 including West Brom, Burnley and Norwich City

A total of 14 Championship players will be heading to Germany for the month.

West Brom will be represented at EURO 2024 this summer by two players.

Andi Weimann and Okay Yokuslu have been included in Austria and Turkey’s squads. All 24 countries had until June 7 to submit their 26-man squad list and after a series of warm-up matches, most are already in Germany ahead of Friday’s opener.

Hosts Germany play Scotland at the Allianz Arena in Munich on Friday, June 14 at 8.00 pm. England’s campaign begins against Serbia at the Veltins Arena on Sunday, June 16 at 8.00 pm.

As for the Baggies players at EURO 2024, Austria’s group consists of France, Poland and the Netherlands. Austria plays France on June 17, Poland on June 21 and Netherlands on June 25.

Turkey in Group F are up against Georgia, Portugal and Czechia.  Their first game is against Georgia on June 18, before facing off against Portugal on June 22 and Czechia on June 26. 

Other Championship clubs will be represented at EURO 2024, but it isn’t anywhere near as many as the Premier League which has just under 100 players there. It’s the best represented league at the tournament and that is understandable given that it boasts the best television deal in the world.

If you count Andi Weimann for West Brom and Bristol City then the Robins have the joint most players from English football’s second tier at the tournament. Tommy Conway was a late call-up for Scotland after Lyndon Dykes got injured and that allowed Conway to link up with club teammate Ross McCrorie.

Bristol City have three players included along with Norwich City, and then Luton Town, Watford, Sunderland, Leeds United, Burnley and Hull City are also represented. Flick through to see which players made the cut and who you will get to see either on the BBC or ITV.

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