What date is the FINAL England squad for Euro 2020 getting announced? Why has Gareth Southgate delayed naming it?

GARETH SOUTHGATE faces the toughest job in football – naming the England squad for Euro 2020… so difficult in fact, that he has DELAYED the final cut.

With the final at Wembley this summer and an expectant home crowd hoping for a big performance from the Three Lions, naming his squad is a huge step towards glory.

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And there are some incredibly tough decisions to make for the man who got England to the World Cup semi-finals three years ago.

But there has been a change of plan – Southgate will only name a PROVISIONAL squad for the Euros on Tuesday, May 25.

When will Gareth Southgate name his FINAL England squad for the Euros?

Southgate will name his England squad on Tuesday, June 1.

The deadline for all Euro 2020 squads to be named is that same day.

The announcement is set to take place at 1pm.

Why has Southgate delayed his final announcement?

Because there are so many England players involved in the Europa League final on May 26 and Champions League final on May 29.

Here are all the England regulars involved in both matches:


Chelsea: Ben Chilwell, Reece James, Mason Mount.

Manchester City: Kyle Walker, John Stones, Phil Foden, Raheem Sterling.


Manchester United: Dean Henderson, Luke Shaw, Harry Maguire, Marcus Rashford, Mason Greenwood.

How many players can international managers name in their Euro 2020 squad lists?

Each squad can have 26 players in it.

Uefa initially announced that there could be 23 stars in each, but because of the threat of players having to isolate due to Covid, the European governing body expanded each squad by three.

Many think that can be an advantage for England, with some serious strength in depth in certain areas, such as right-back and attacking midfield.

But other countries like France, Spain and Germany will surely feel the same way.

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