Keep track of this summer’s tournament with our free Euro 2020 wallchart

Three years ago, we created a free to download World Cup wallchart. We won’t go as far as to say that it went viral, but we were astonished to observe it being downloaded tens of thousands of times! Therefore, with Euro 2020 kicking off in under a month, we thought it would be a good idea to create a Euro 2020 wallchart for those who visit the Churchill Knight blog. Keep reading to get your free Euro 2020 wallchart now.

Get your free Euro 2020 wallchart

To download a free Euro 2020 wallchart made by Churchill Knight, please click on one of the buttons below.

Our recommendation is to download the PNG version of the Churchill Knight Euro 2020 wallchart. It’s high-resolution, and will download quicker than the PDF version.

About Churchill Knight

Churchill Knight is one of the most established contractor accountants and PAYE umbrella companies in the UK. We’re committed to providing reliable and compliant services and have helped over 25,000 contractors with their payroll since we launched in 1998.

As well as contractor accountancy and umbrella payroll, we specialise in additional services you may find helpful. Our Personal Tax Department is on hand to provide you with an expert tax return service that is second-to-none. We even offer professional accountancy for landlords (find out more about special purpose vehicle companies).

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Who is in England’s 26-man Euro 2020 squad?

Gareth Southgate has named the England squad for the Euro 2020 Championships! There are perhaps a few surprises, such as the inclusion of four right-backs and the exclusion of Patrick Bamford – a striker who performed brilliantly in the Premier League for Leeds last season.

The confirmed England squad for Euro 2020 is as follows (including squad numbers):


  • Dean Henderson (Manchester United) – #13
  • Sam Johnstone (West Bromwich Albion) – #23
  • Jordan Pickford (Everton) – #1


  • Trent Alexander-Arnold (Liverpool) – #22
  • Ben Chilwell (Chelsea) – #21
  • Conor Coady (Wolves) – #16
  • Reece James (Chelsea) – #24
  • Harry Maguire (Manchester United) – #6
  • Tyrone Mings (Aston Villa) – #15
  • Luke Shaw (Manchester United) – #3
  • John Stones (Manchester City) – #5
  • Kieran Trippier (Atletico Madrid) – #12
  • Kyle Walker (Manchester City) – #2


  • Jude Bellingham (Borussia Dortmund) – #26
  • Jordan Henderson (Liverpool) – #8
  • Mason Mount (Chelsea) – #19
  • Kalvin Phillips (Leeds) – #14
  • Declan Rice (West Ham) – #4


  • Dominic Calvert-Lewin (Everton) – #18
  • Phil Foden (Manchester City) – #20
  • Jack Grealish (Aston Villa) – #7
  • Harry Kane (Tottenham) – #9
  • Marcus Rashford (Manchester United) – #11
  • Bukayo Saka (Arsenal) – #25
  • Jadon Sancho (Borussia Dortmund) – #17
  • Raheem Sterling (Manchester City) – #10

Who didn’t make the final 26-man England squad for Euro 2020?

7 players were named in the preliminary England Euro 2020 squad but didn’t make it into the final 26. Here are the unlucky 7:

  • Aaron Ramsdale (Sheffield United)
  • Ben White (Brighton & Hove Albion)
  • Ben Godfrey (Everton)
  • Jesse Lingard (Manchester United)
  • James Ward-Prowse (Southampton)
  • Mason Greenwood (Manchester United) – injured
  • Ollie Watkins (Aston Villa)

Here’s a question – is it not wholly unnecessary to name a larger squad than 26? It must give players false hope. It must be dream-shattering to make the preliminary squad to then be told you won’t be playing at Euro 2020 a week or so later!

The Churchill Knight’s team on their Euro 2020 predictions

The wonderful thing about football is that everybody has their opinion, and nobody can be sure what the outcome will be until the final whistle arrives. This is especially relevant when referencing the European Championships. Who remembers the remarkable achievement of the Greek national team in 2004, when they went all the way to lift the trophy – beating Portugal in the final?

We’ve asked various members of Churchill Knight to share their thoughts on who will be lifting the Euro 2020 trophy on the 11th of July in Wembley, London.

Paul Barnes – Account Manager

Despite having to contend with probably the two best European teams of the last 15 years (Germany and Spain), the current European champions (Portugal), the current world champions (France) and the current ranking world number-one team (Belgium), I would like dare to dream and say England. I don’t remember us having such a strong squad. Even under Sven and ‘The Golden Generation’, I’m not sure we had such strength in depth. I think Jack Grealish is absolutely fantastic and I’m not sure he even makes this team. A lot of our players are also coming into form just at the right time! But let’s not kid ourselves, this competition WILL still be won by France.

Mollie Foster – Business Development Manager

I am not the most knowledgeable when it comes to football, but of course – I am rooting for England all the way. If England weren’t to make it very far then I am taking a random guess and will back Croatia, purely because I remember them not being too bad in the 2018 World Cup – I think!

Alex Powell – Business Development Manager

I think England will win the Euros because it’s coming home

Sam Doolan – Account Manager

Personally, I think England have a very good chance of winning Euro 2020. As proven this season in the Premier League and Champions League, we have a vast selection of talented youngsters as well experienced internationals. If Gareth Southgate can find the right balance between both and gets the squad selections right, it could be a very exciting summer for all England fans!

Liam Hulse – Sales Consultant

I think Portugal will win the Euros, this year we are seeing a lot of their players play some of their best football and they have a very strong and quality squad.

With the likes of some of the first team players such as: Patricio, Pepe, Dias, Joao Felix, Diogo Jota, Bruno Fernandes, Bernardo Silva and Ronaldo. With such strong attacking combined with their defensive capabilities, Portugal look like one of the most complete national teams.

Ciaran Woodcock – Head of Marketing & Field Sales

As a United fan I’ve become used to watching my side lose in the semi-finals, however I don’t think England will get that far. Strong arguments can be made for France, Germany, Spain or Portugal but I really fancy Belgium to finally win something for the Red Devils. Squad depth maybe an issue, but I believe their first XI can beat anyone on their day.

Andrew Trodden – Marketing Team Leader

I can only see one team winning Euro 2020, and sadly it’s not England. My pick for this year’s tournament winner is France. France has always been an exceptional team during my lifetime, and they’ve always been able to field the best players in the world. This year (like it was at the 2018 World Cup), their squad is ridiculous.

Kylian Mbappe is showing the world that he’s the next global superstar, and the French have immense strength in depth. In terms of the French squad, it has to be the strongest in the world. This is why I’ve picked them to win Euro 2020.

Did you know that England are joint-favourites to win Euro 2020?

Almost unbelievably, England are joint-favourites with France to win Euro 2020 – according to a majority of British bookmakers (5/1). On paper – perhaps it’s unsurprising. When you run through the squad, it’s oozing with world-class footballers. However, in reality, England have a history of bottling major tournaments, and despite reaching the semi-finals at the 2018 World Cup – we should never have lost to Croatia. Nevertheless, we’re behind the three lions, and hopefully, we can circle ‘England’ on the Churchill Knight Euro 2020 wallchart as tournament winners!

Come on England!

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About Churchill Knight

Founded by an IT Contractor in 1998, Churchill Knight has become one of the most respected contractor accountants in the UK. We’ve helped over 20,000 contractors with their accountancy requirements. As well as our accountancy services, we also have an industry-leading PAYE umbrella company and dedicated in-house personal tax department. Whichever service you choose, you can move forward with complete peace of mind. We are proud of the reputation we’ve built over the years, and our FCSA accreditation proves how committed we are to compliance within our sector. Keep reading…

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