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Sergio Ramos will not play in Euro 2020

25 May, 2021
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Luis Enrique has announced the players called up for Euro 2020 which will be played between June 11 and July 11. The most unusual news is that the captain of the team, Sergio Ramos, will not play in Euro 2020. It has not been the only surprising absence, as neither will Nacho Fernández, Íñigo Martínez, Jesús Navas, Sergio Canales or Iago Aspas.

From the Ciudad del Fútbol de las Rozas, the Spanish coach has announced the list of players called up for Euro 2020. 24 Spanish players who will try to repeat the feats of Iker Casillas or Xavi Hernández in 2008 and 2012.

Spanish National Team list for Euro 2020

Goalkeepers: Unai Simón, David De Gea and Rober Sánchez.
Defenses: Marcos Llorente, Diego Llorente, Laporte, Pau Torres, Jordi Alba, Azpilicueta, Gayá and Eric García.
Midfielders: Rodri, Pedri, Koke, Fabián, Busquets and Thiago.
Forwards: Gerard Moreno, Pablo Sarabia, Álvaro Morata, Oyarzabal, Ferrán Torres, Adama Traoré and Dani Olmo.

Sergio Ramos will not play in Euro 2020

The Real Madrid player and captain of the Spanish national team, Sergio Ramos, has not been called up by the Asturian coach to play in Euro 2020. The reason that has led Luis Enrique to leave him out is his long period of inactivity. Sergio Ramos has not competed since January due to a knee injury. In the words of Luis Enrique it has not been an easy decision, and he has made the right decision for the whole team.

Nacho Fernández, Íñigo Martínez, Jesús Navas, Sergio Canales and Iago Aspas lose the European Championship.

60 years of spectacle, emotion and passion

Euro 2020 will be played in 11 European countries, for the first time in history, to celebrate the 60th anniversary. The group stage, eighth and fourth will be played in Spain (Seville), Scotland (Glasgow), Denmark (Copenhagen), Hungary (Budapest), Romania (Bucharest), Holland (Amsterdam), Italy (Rome), Germany (Munich) , Azerbaijan (Baku), Russia (St. Petersburg). The final will take place at Wembley Stadium in London, England on July 11.

La Roja’s first match will be on June 14 at the La Cartuja stadium, Seville. Luis Enrique’s team will face the Swedish national team. The second group stage match is against Poland on June 19. And the last match on June 23 against Slovakia.

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