With the 2020 UEFA European Championships set to take place this summer, Borussia Dortmund fans will be able to keep track of a number of their stars with many of them going on to represent their nations at one of the biggest tournaments on the football calendar.

With the competition scheduled to take place over the course of June and July, the football is about to come thick and fast for fans, which can only be a good thing as the summer can be a rather unenjoyable experience for football lovers, whether they just enjoy the football or like to use services as bigfreebet.com for all of their betting needs throughout the campaign.

Borussia Dortmund fans will be able to witness 10 of their players potentially be in action for their respective national sides, with a number of them looking to cap of their 20/21 season with the opportunity of lifting a huge honour.

Mats Hummels and Emre Can will be looking to achieve glory with Germany as Joachim Low’s final squad features the duo. Hummels will make his first return to the squad in two years, although they will need to be at their best as they are placed in the competition’s ‘Group of Death’ alongside France, Portugal and Hungary.

The world’s best national team according to the FIFA World Rankings will feature three Borussia Dortmund players as Roberto Martinez has included Axel Witsel, Thorgan Hazard and Thomas Meunier in the Belgium squad.

Although Witsel is still working his way back from a serious torn Achilles tendon injury he sustained in January, there is hope that he will be fit for the Euros when they start on June 11. The Red Devils will play Denmark, Finland and Russia in their group as they aim to achieve stardom.

English duo Jadon Sancho and Jude Bellingham – who was recently voted the Bundesliga’s best newcomer – will represent the Three Lions at the Euro 2020 competition as Gareth Southgate’s side will go up against Croatia, Scotland and Czech Republic as an expectant fanbase will be watching on in anticipation.

Raphael Guerreiro has been included in the Portugal setup whilst Switzerland will have Manuel Akanji play for them as they go up against the challenges of Turkey, Italy and Wales in Group A.

Thomas Delaney rounds it off for the Borussia Dortmund players heading to the 2020 UEFA European Championships this summer, as he will represent Denmark in their matches against Belgium (where he will meet some familiar faces), Finland and Russia.