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Euro 2020: Which 25 African Nations Are Represented?




While only a few African countries are known internationally for their football talent, the continent is packed with skilled footballers making a name for themselves in Europe.

As such, several African countries have at least one player participating in the 2020 European Championships. These players are known for their game-changing contributions to their teams, with 1Xbet punters following them closely when placing their wagers.

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1. Algeria

Kylian Mbappe (France), Karim Benzema (France)

2. Angola

William Carvalho (Portugal), Valentino Lazaro (Austria), Ben Cabango (Wales), Nuno Mendes (Portugal), Jordan Lotomba (Switzerland)

3. Guinea-Bissau

Danilo (Portugal)

4. Benin

Jules Kounde (France)

5. The Central African Republic

Kurt Zouma (France)

6. Cameroon

Breel Embolo (Switzerland), Yvon Mvogo (Switzerland), Kylian Mbappe (France)

7. Cote d’Ivoire

Nathan Ake (Netherlands), Serge Gnabry (Germany)

8. Cape Verde

Edmilson Fernandes (Switzerland), Nelson Semedo (Portugal), Renato Sanches (Portugal)

9. Eritrea

Alexander Isak (Sweden)

10. DRC

Dedryck Boyata (Belgium), Jordan Lotomba (Switzerland), Christian Benteke (Belgium), Youri Tielemans (Belgium), Mitchy Batshuayi (Belgium), Presnel Kimpembe (France), Ken Sema (Sweden), Steve Mandanda (France), Kevin Mbabu (Switzerland), Jason Denayer (Belgium), Denis Zakaria (Switzerland)

11. Gambia

Mathias Jorgensen (Denmark)

12. Ghana

Nikolai Alho (Finland), Jeremy Doku (Belgium), Ethan Ampadu (Wales), Robin Quaison (Sweden), Cody Gakpo (Netherlands)

13. Mali

Moussa Sissoko (France), Adama Traore (Spain), N’Golo Kante (France)

14. Guinea

Paul Pogba

15. Morocco

Nacer Chaldi (Belgium)

16. Namibia

Pyry Soiri (Finland)

17. Mauritania

Ousmane Dembele (France)

18. Nigeria

David Alaba (Austria), Karim Onisiwo (Austria), Jamal Musiala (Germany), Bukayo Saka (England), Manuel Akaji (Switzwerland)

19. Senegal

Ousmane Dembele (France), Leroy Sane (Germany), Djibril Sow (Switzerland)

20. Sao Tome

Renato Sanches (Portugal)

21. Sierra Leone

Antonio Rudiger (Germany), Glen Kamara (Finland)

22. Tanzania

Yussuf Poulsen (Denmark)

23. South Sudan

Denis Zakaria (Switzerland)

24. Tunisia

Wissam Ben Yedder (France)

25. Togo

Cody Gakpo (Netherlands), Corentin Tolisso (France)

Upcoming Euro 2020 Fixtures

Sunday 20th June

Group A: Wales vs Italy (Venue – Rome)

Group A: Turkey vs Switzerland (Venue – Baku)

Monday 21st June

Group C: The Netherlands vs North Macedonia (Venue – Amsterdam)

Group C: Austria vs Ukraine (Venue – Bucharest)

Group B: Denmark vs Russia (Venue – Copenhagen)

Group B: Belgium vs Finland (Venue – St. Petersburg)

Tuesday 22nd June

Group D: England vs Czech Republic (Venue – London)

Group D: Scotland vs Croatia (Venue – Glasgow)

Wednesday 23rd June

Group E: Spain vs Slovakia (Venue – Seville)

Group E: Poland vs Sweden (Venue – St Petersburg)

Group F: Hungary vs German (Venue – Munich)

Group F: France vs Portugal (Venue – Budapest)

The teams will take a rest on 24th and 25th June, before continuing to the knockout phase on 26th June. This stage will feature the top two teams in each group and four of the best third-placed teams.


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