Bayern Munich and Chelsea, the loser and the winner of the 2012 Champions League finals will send 22 players to the 2012 Euro in Poland & Ukraine, with Bayern sending more players (13) than any other club in Europe, followed by Real Madrid with 11.

The English Premier League is the best represented league with 79 players, followed by the German Bundesliga with 47, the Spanish La Liga with 33 and Italian Serie A with 31. Spanish and Italian teams use a lot of South American players, which might point to the reason of falling behind Germany.

Clubs like Inter and Lazio send just one player to the tournament. Benfica and Porto sent a combined force of 5 players. On the other hand, clubs like Liverpool, who failed in the league and didn’t play in Europe send 7 players to the tournament.

1 Player

Al-Hilal FC (Saudi Arabia) – Sweden

Anorthosis Famagusta (Cyprus) – Czech Republic

Anzhi Makhachkala (Russia)

Aris Thessaloniki (Greece)

Atromitos (Greece)

Auxerre (France) – Poland

Birmingham City (England)

Blackburn Rovers (England) – Sweden

CFR Cluj (Romania) – Portugal

Club Brugge (Belgium) – Denmark

Derby County (England) – Ireland

Eintracht Frankfurt (Germany) – Croatia

Elfsborg (Sweden)

Feyenoord (Netherlands)

Fiorentina (Italy)

Fortuna Düsseldorf (Germany) – Poland

IFK Göteborg (Sweden)

FC Groningen (Netherlands) – Denmark

SC Heerenveen (Netherlands)

Helsingborgs IF(Sweden)

Hertha Berlin (Germany) – Czech Republic

Hull City (England) – Ireland

FC Illichivets Mariupol (Ukraine)

FC Internazionale (Italy) – Netherlands

İstanbul BB (Turkey) – Sweden

FK Baumit Jablonec (Czech Republic)

Jagiellonia Białystok (Poland)

FC Kaiserslautern (Germany) – Greece

SS Lazio (Italy) – Germany

Lille OSC (France)

Los Angeles Galaxy (USA) – Ireland

Maccabi Haifa (Israel) – Croatia

Mainz 05 (Germany) – Poland

FC Midtjylland (Denmark)

Millwall FC (England) – Ireland

Montpellier HSC (France)

NEC (Netherlands) – Denmark

FC Nürnberg (Germany) – Czech Republic

Parma FC (Italy)

Rennes FC (France)

FC Rostov (Russia) – Croatia

Rubin Kazan (Russia)

Samsunspor (Turkey) – Greece

Sivasspor (Turkey) – Poland

Slovan Liberec (Czech Republic)

Swansea City (England/Wales) – Netherlands

Tavriya Simferopol (Ukraine)

Terek Grozny (Russia) – Poland

Torino FC (Italy)

Trabzonspor (Turkey) – Poland

Udinese Calcio (Italy)

Vorskla Poltava (Ukraine)

Young Boys (Switzerland) – Denmark

2 Players

AEK Athens (Greece)

Ajax (Netherlands) – 1 Netherlands, 1 Denmark

Anderlecht (Belgium) – 1 Poland, 1 Sweden

Aston Villa (England) – 2 Ireland

Athletic Bilbao (Spain)

Atlético Madrid (Spain) – 1 Portugal, 1 Spain

AZ (Netherlands) – 1 Denmark, 1 Sweden

Benfica (Portugal)

Bologna (Italy) – 1 Italy, 1 Sweden

Brøndby (Denmark)

Copenhagen (Denmark) – 1 Denmark, 1 Sweden

Galatasaray (Turkey) – 1 Czech Republic, 1 Sweden

Genoa (Italy) – 1 Portugal, 1 Sweden

Hamburg (Germany) – 1 Czech Republic, 1 Croatia

Hannover 96 (Germany) – 1 Poland, 1 Germany

Legia Warsaw (Poland)

Leicester City (England) – 1 Denmark, 1 Ireland

Lokomotiv Moscow (Russia)

Málaga (Spain) – 1 Netherlands, 1 Spain

Metalist Kharkiv (Ukraine)

Monaco (France) – 1 Greece, 1 Croatia

Napoli (Italy)

Palermo (Italy) – 1 Greece, 1 Italy

Sochaux (France) – 1 Poland, 1 France

Stoke City (England) – 2 Ireland

Stuttgart (Germany) – 1 Netherlands, 1 Denmark

Twente (Netherlands) – 1 Netherlands, 1 Sweden

Wolfsburg (Germany) – 1 Czech Republic, 1 Croatia

Zaragoza (Spain) – 1 Portugal, 1 Croatia

3 Players

Beşiktaş (Turkey) – 2 Portugal, 1 Czech Republic

Bordeaux (France) – 1 Poland, 1 Czech Republic, 1 France

Braga (Portugal)

Fulham (England) – 2 Ireland, 1 Russia

Lech Poznań (Poland)

Lyon (France) – 2 France, 1 Sweden

Marseille (France)

Newcastle United (England) – 2 France, 1 Netherlands

Nordsjælland (Denmark)

Panathinaikos (Greece)

Porto (Portugal)

Schalke 04 (Germany) – 1 Greece, 1 Netherlands, 1 Germany

Sevilla (Spain) – 2 Spain, 1 Croatia

Spartak Moscow (Russia) – 1 Russia, 1 Czech Republic, 1 Ireland

Sporting CP (Portugal) – 2 Portugal, 1 Russia

Valencia (Spain) – 1 Portugal, 1 Spain, 1 France

Werder Bremen (Germany) – 1 Greece, 1 Poland, 1 Germany

Wolves (England) – 3 Ireland

4 Players

Bayer Leverkusen (Germany) – 2 Germany, 1 Czech Republic, 1 Croatia

Celtic (Scotland) – 1 Poland, 1 Greece, 1 Sweden, 1 Ireland

Dinamo Zagreb (Croatia)

Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk (Ukraine) – 2 Ukraine, 1 Czech Republic, 1 Croatia

Évian (France) – 4 Denmark

Paris Saint-Germain (France) – 2 Italy, 2 France

P.A.O.K. (Greece)

Roma (Italy) – 2 Italy, 1 Netherlands, 1 Denmark

Sunderland (England) – 3 Ireland, 1 Sweden

West Bromwich Albion (England) – 3 Ireland, 1 Sweden

5 Players

AC Milan (Italy) – 3 Italy, 1 Sweden, 1 France

Dynamo Moscow (Russia) – 4 Russia, 1 Ukraine

Everton (England) – 2 England, 1 Netherlands, 1 Ireland, 1 Croatia

Tottenham (England) – 1 Netherlands, 2 Croatia, 2 England

6 Players

Olympiacos (Greece) – 5 Greece, 1 Sweden

Viktoria Plzen (Czech Republic)

7 Players

CSKA Moscow (Russia) – 5 Russia, 1 Czech Republic, 1 Sweden

Juventus (Italy)

Liverpool (England) – 4 England, 1 Spain, 1 Denmark, 1 Netherlands

Manchester United (England) – 4 England, 1 France, 1 Denmark, 1 Portugal

PSV (Netherlands) – 4 Netherlands, 1 Poland, 2 Sweden

8 Players

Barcelona (Spain) – 7 Spain, 1 Netherlands

 

Manchester City (England) – 3 England, 2 France, 1 Netherlands, 1 Spain, 1 Italy

Shakhtar Donetsk (Ukraine) – 5 Ukraine, 2 Croatia, 1 Czech Republic

Zenit Saint Petersburg (Russia) – 7 Russia, 1 Portugal

9 Players

Arsenal (England) – 2 England, 1 France, 1 Poland, 1 Czech Republic, 1 Netherlands, 1 Denmark, 2 Germany

Borussia Dortmund (Germany) – 5 Germany, 3 Poland, 1 Croatia

Chelsea (England) – 4 England, 1 France, 1 Czech Republic, 1 Portugal, 2 Spain

10 Players

Dynamo Kyiv (Ukraine) – 9 Ukraine, 1 Croatia

11 Players

Real Madrid (Spain) – 5 Spain, 1 France, 2 Germany, 3 Portugal

13 Players

Bayern Munich (Germany) – 8 Germany, 2 Croatia, 1 Ukraine, 1 France, 1 Netherlands

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