Italy – Ready to conquer the 3rd Euro 2024 championship with a strong squad

With a talented and enthusiastic squad, the Italian team is determined to conquer the throne at Euro 2024. Let’s explore the strength and potential of the Azzurri in the journey to conquer this noble title.

The Italian team is entering Euro 2024 with a young and ambitious squad. Under the guidance of talented coach Luciano Spalletti, the Azzurri are determined to win the championship for the third time in history.

With a solid defense and rising stars like Alessandro Bastoni and Giorgio Scalvini, Italy promises to be a formidable opponent. In the midfield, the duo Nicolò Barella – Jorginho will be the key to controlling the match. Meanwhile, the attack with the participation of Federico Chiesa and Giacomo Raspadori will certainly bring many impressive goals.

Goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma confidently shared: “We are a united and enthusiastic team. The team’s goal is to win the championship and we will fight hard to make the dream come true.”

With 2 Euro championships and 4 World Cup championships, Italian football is always highly appreciated in the international arena. Currently ranked 9th in the world, the Azzurri are showing a strong return and determination to regain their position in soccer.

Let’s look forward to the top performances and historic moments created by the new golden generation of Italian football. Euro 2024 promises to be a dramatic and emotionally explosive season with the participation of this talented young team.

Current Euro 2024 Italy squad: players and clubs (As of: 28 March 2024)


Marco Carnesecchi (Atalanta)
Gianluigi Donnarumma (Paris Saint-Germain)
Alex Meret (SSC Neapel)
Guglielmo Vicario (Tottenham Hotspur)


Alessandro Bastoni (Inter Mailand)
Raoul Bellanova (FC Turin)
Alessandro Buongiorno (FC Turin)
Matteo Darmian (Inter Mailand)
Giovanni Di Lorenzo (SSC Neapel)
Federico Dimarco (Inter Mailand)
Gianluca Mancini (AS Rom)
Giorgio Scalvini (Atalanta Bergamo)
Destiny Udogie (Tottenham Hotspur)


Nicolò Barella (Inter Mailand)
Giacomo Bonaventura (AC Florenz)
Andrea Cambiaso (Juventus Turin)
Michael Folorunsho (Hellas Verona)
Davide Frattesi (Inter Mailand)
Jorginho (FC Arsenal)
Manuel Locatelli (Juventus Turin)
Lorenzo Pellegrini (AS Rom)
Mattia Zaccagni (Lazio Rom)
Nicolo Zaniolo (Aston Villa)


Federico Chiesa (Juventus Turin)
Lorenzo Lucca (Udinese Calcio)
Riccardo Orsolini (FC Bologna)
Giacomo Raspadori (SSC Neapel)
Mateo Retegui (FC Genua)

Topics: Italy, Luciano Spalletti, Euro 2024, Gianluigi Donnarumma, Nicolò Barella, Jorginho, Federico Chiesa, Giacomo Raspadori, Alessandro Bastoni, Giorgio Scalvini

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