Euro 2020 gets underway later tonight when Italy and Turkey meet in Rome’s Stadio Olimpico to kick off the delayed 60th Anniversary of the European Championships.
For Rangers fans, there will be plenty of reason to tune in with five of Steven Gerrard’s Scottish Premiership champions selected to represent their countries.
Borna Barisic, Glen Kamara, Filip Helander, Jon McLaughlin and Nathan Patterson will all be looking to impress this summer as their respective nations’ look to dethrone Portugal and become European champions.
After Rangers’ rampant title success this season, Gers fans would love to see one of the Ibrox stars at Euro 2020 end the summer with the Henri Delauney Trophy added to their collection.
When can Rangers fans see their favourites in action:
Glen Kamara (Finland)
Kamara is the first Rangers player to be in action at Euro 2020 when Finland face Denmark tomorrow (June 12) in Copenhagen.
Four days later they travel to St. Petersburg to take on Russia (June 16) and close out the group against world number one ranked Belgium (June 21), again in St. Petersburg.
Borna Barisic (Croatia)
The Croatians are in a group with England, Scotland and the Czech Republic and Barisic & co get their Euro 2020 campaign underway against England at Wembley on Sunday (June 13).
Next up is a trip to familar territory and two games at Hampden as they take on the Czechs (June 18) then Scotland (June 22).
Filip Helander (Sweden)
The Ibrox colossus and his Swedish team-mates kick off Group E when they face Spain in Seville on Monday (June 14) before back-to-back games in St. Petersburg’s Krestovsky Stadium.
First up are Slovakia (June 18) before finishing off their group stage fixtures five days later against Poland (June 23)
Jon McLaughlin & Nathan Patterson (Scotland)
Scotland’s first major finals appearance in 23 years will see them face Auld Enemy England at Euro 2020 but before that the Tartan Army will be hoping to get a result against the Czech Republic at Hampden on Monday (June 14).
The trip to Wembley to face Gareth Southgate’s England takes place the following Friday (June 18) with Croatia the visitors to Hampden four days later (June 22).