Liverpool will see eight players head to this summer’s Euros, which is significantly fewer than the last tournament in 2016, when they were the most-represented club.
A total of 12 Reds travelled to France five years ago, with Juventus the only other club to have as many players at the tournament, which was eventually won by Portugal.
This year is a much different Euros, however, with games to be played across Europe and the atmosphere to be impacted heavily by an ongoing pandemic.
Tuesday brought the deadline for all managers to name their final squads, with the maximum number of players permitted increased to 26 to address the problems faced over the past year-and-a-half.
Liverpool have eight players included across six national teams, with seven of those part of Jurgen Klopp‘s first-team squad last season.
The announcement of the final England squad brought the surprise news that Trent Alexander-Arnold has, in fact, been included, joining Jordan Henderson as the Three Lions’ representatives from Anfield.
Among those not involved despite being regular fixtures at international level are Caoimhin Kelleher, Kostas Tsimikas and Marko Grujic, with the Republic of Ireland, Greece and Serbia not having qualified.
The Euros kick off on June 11, with Turkey vs. Italy the opening fixture, with Wales vs. Switzerland the first game to feature Liverpool players the following day.
England will play Croatia (June 13), Scotland (June 18) and the Czech Republic (June 22) in Group D.
Liverpool players at the Euros