Stars from Everton, Leicester City, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur all feature.
England manager Roy Hodgson
England are currently gearing up for the tournament in France, with manager Roy Hodgson still suffering from several selection headaches.
it is unknown which formation he will plump for at the tournament, with many believing he go for a 4-4-2 diamond to utilise both Harry Kane and Jamie Vardy upfront.
He has somewhat experimented with that line up in the warm-up wins over both Turkey and Australia but appears set to stick with a 4-2-3-1 selection.
England's John Stones
Ferdinand though, has opted for the former when naming the eleven he thinks should be starting at Euro 2016 this summer to the Mirror.
In goal it is Joe Hart, who despite some criticism, is in ahead of Southampton number on Fraser Forster.
At left back, Tottenham Hotspur’s Danny Rose is in ahead of Ryan Bertrand, although his Spurs teammate Kyle Walker is dropped for Liverpool full back Nathaniel Clyne.
England's Ross Barkley in action with Australia's Joshua Risdon
In central defence Everton youngster John Stones is in alongside Chris Smalling, as Chelsea veteran Gary Cahill is left on the bench.
Eric Dier is the defensive midfield option, while Dele Alli is partnered with Ross Barkley in the centre of midfield as Arsenal star Jack Wilshere is dropped.
Captain Wayne Rooney is handed the number ten role that many believe he should occupy, while Vardy and Kane are partnered up front in a line-up that few England fans would argue with.
Wayne Rooney celebrates scoring the second goal for England