With the 2024 (Men’s) European Championship moving into the knockout rounds on Saturday, June 29, eight nations have already been sent home from Germany. 

Only the Premier League (96) boasted more players than Serie A (90) at the beginning of Euro 2024, so it hasn’t come as a surprise to fans of Italian football to see many Italy-based players shining this summer. 

Which club’s players have scored the most goals at Euro 2024?

After the group stage of Euro 2024, Inter‘s players have proven themselves to be some of the sharpest in Europe in front of goal, as noted by La Gazzetta dello Sport.

From Nicolo Barella’s fine strike that earned the Italy Men’s National Team three points against Albania, to Hakan Calhanoglu’s laser-like effort to fire Turkiye into the Round of 16, the Nerazzurri’s brightest players have been delivering on the big stage in Germany.

In total, four goals this summer have had the Italian champions’ stamp on them, which is the same number as both Borussia Dortmund and Real Madrid.

As well as Barella and Calhanoglu, defender Alessandro Bastoni and back-up forward Marko Arnautovic scored during the group stage at Euro 2024.

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Alessandro Bastoni and Lorenzo Pellegrini celebrate a goal for the Italy Men’s National Team at Euro 2024. [@Azzurri]

Which club has the most players in Euro 2024’s knockout rounds? 

As well as having the most different goalscorers at Euro 2024, the Round of 16 will kick off with Inter having the most players still involved at the tournament of any club side.

The Nerazzurri’s 12 has them placed alongside Paris Saint-Germain as the best-represented club in the knockout rounds of Euro 2024.

ClubNo. of PlayersPlayers
Inter12Alessandro Bastoni, Matteo Darmian, Federico Dimarco, Nicolo Barella, Davide Frattesi, Marcus Thuram, Benjamin Pavard, Yann Sommer, Hakan Calhanoglu, Stefan de Vrij, Denzel Dumfries, Marko Arnautovic. (Eliminated: Kristjan Asllani).
Paris Saint-Germain12Bradley Barcola, Ousmane Dembele, Randal Kolo Muani, Kylian Mbappe, Warren Zaire-Emery, Gianluigi Donnarumma, Danilo Pereira, Nuno Mendes, Goncalo Ramos, Vitinha, Milan Skriniar, Fabian Ruiz.
Manchester City11Kevin De Bruyne, Jeremy Doku, John Stones, Kyle Walker, Phil Foden, Ruben Dias, Bernardo Silva, Matheus Nunes, Nathan Ake, Rodri, Manuel Akanji. (Eliminated: Josko Gvardiol, Mateo Kovacic.)
Barcelona10Andreas Christensen, Jules Jounde, Ilkay Gundogan, Marc-Andre Ter Stegen, Joao Cancelo, Joao Felix, Ferran Torres, Lamine Yamal, Pedri, Fermin Lopez. (Eliminated: Robert Lewandowski.)
Real Madrid10Eduardo Camavinga, Ferland Mendy, Aurelien Tchouameni, Toni Kroos, Antonio Rudiger, Jude Bellingham, Dani Carvajal, Joselu, Nacho Fernandez, Arda Guler. (Eliminated: Luka Modric, Andriy Lunin.)
Bayern Munich10Konrad Laimer, Kingsley Coman, Dayot Upamecano, Joshua Kimmich, Thomas Muller, Jamal Musiala, Manuel Neuer, Leroy Sane, Harry Kane, Matthijs de Ligt.
RB Leipzig9Christoph Baumgartner, Nicolas Seiwald, Lois Openda, Yussuf Yurray Poulsen, Benjamin Henrichs, David Raum, Xavi Simons, Benjamin Sesko, Dani Olmo. (Eliminated: Peter Gulasci, Willi Orban.)
Arsenal8Leandro Trossard, William Saliba, Kai Havertz, Aaron Ramsdale, Declan Rice, Bukayo Saka, Jorginho, David Raya. (Eliminated: Jakub Kiwior, Oleksandr Zinchenko.)
AS Roma8Romelu Lukaku, Rasmus Kristensen, Bryan Cristante, Stephan El Shaarawy, Gianluca Mancini, Lorenzo Pellegrini, Rui Patricio, Zeki Celik. (Eliminated: Nicola Zalewski.)
Borussia Dortmund8Emre Can, Niclas Fullkrug, Nico Schlotterbeck, Gregor Kobel, Ian Maatsen, Donyell Malen, Marcel Sabitzer, Salih Ozcan.