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Big change for Thomas Müller as Germany announce numbers

Big change for Thomas Müller as Germany announce numbers

Joachim Löw has revealed his 26-man squad for Germany’s Euro 2020 campaign, and the full list of their shirt numbers for the tournament has also been confirmed.

Not only is Thomas Müller back in the group having not featured for over two years, but the 31-year-old will also be given a new shirt number. Müller used to wear number 13 for Die Mannschaft, but the Bayern Munich forward will now wear number 25, just as he does for his club.

Also restored to the squad is Mats Hummels, and he will wear his familiar number 5 jersey. Off the back of the squad announcement, Germany are priced at 9/1 to win Euro 2020 and if you claim Euros free bets, there is further value to be found.

Germany Euro 2020 Squad Numbers


1 – Manuel Neuer
12 – Bernd Leno
22 – Kevin Trapp


2 – Antonio Rüdiger
3 – Marcel Halstenberg
4 – Matthias Ginter
5 – Mats Hummels
15 – Niklas Süle
16 – Lukas Klostermann
20 – Robin Gosens
24 – Robin Koch
26 – Christian Günter


6 – Joshua Kimmich
7 – Kai Havertz
8 – Toni Kroos
9 – Kevin Volland
10 – Serge Gnabry
11 – Timo Werner
13 – Jonas Hoffman
14 – Jamal Musiala
17 – Florian Neuhaus
18 – Leon Goretzka
19 – Leroy Sane
21 – Ilkay Gündogan
23 – Emre Can
25 – Thomas Müller

The Germans find themselves in the most difficult group along with world champions France, Euro 2016 winners Portugal, and Hungary.

They get their campaign under way on Tuesday, June 15th against France at the Allianz Arena in Munich, which is where they will play all of their Group F fixtures. The bookmakers can hardly split the last two World Cup winners.

Like Germany, France have called upon a veteran to help them succeed in the first major tournament for three years. Karim Benzema has been out of the fold for nearly six years, but is back and in contention to lead the line this summer.

It’s Germany who are installed as slight favourites in their second match-up against Portugal despite the visitors boasting an array of attacking talent.

The Portuguese squad includes defender Ruben Dias, who won the Football Writers’ Association’s men’s Footballer of the Year award for his efforts in helping Manchester City win the Premier League title.

Also part of the Portugal outfit are Manchester United midfielder Bruno Fernandes; the Bundesliga’s second-top scorer Andre Silva; Liverpool attacker Diogo Jota; and the hugely talented Joao Felix, who hasn’t nailed down a starting spot at AtlÉtico Madrid in recent months but remains a top prospect.

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Big change for Thomas Müller as Germany announce numbers