• Betting

What’s it like to play at the Euros?

Getty Images
Advertisement

Several former stars have a good idea of what it means to play at the Euros, we take a closer look at their testimonies on Betway. 

The famous Euros is arguably amongst the top tournaments in world football, they are in par with the Copa America and even the World Cup. For many footballers who start their careers as professionals, they have only one principal target in mind. Representing their country at a major tournament is a matter of pride and huge responsibility. The Euros is one of two big contests where they can make their ancestors proud and show their skills to the rest of the world.

There are many great stories in football right now that can be linked to the Euros. We can easily link this source of pride to players like Pedri, who is playing the Euros at the tender age of 18 for the Spain National Team. He’s been able to explain what it means for him but we, fortunately, have more testimonies that are worth taking a look at. 

Players share their stories of playing the Euros. 

Pedri will have a chance to tell his story in the future after this unique experience but we have a more personalized account of this honor. In the video above, Danny Welbeck and Adam Lallana describe what it means to represent England in this tournament. Angelo Ogbonna talks about the young player and his ambition to someday represent his country in this historic tournament. Polish goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski talks about the feeling of standing before the match to sing the national anthem of his country. William Carvalho talks about the unmatched sensation of winning the European Championship as he lifted the trophy back in 2016 with Portugal. Betway put together these interviews that give us a better idea of the honor of playing at such a prestigious tournament.

ADVERTISEMENT