Think you know all about England’s Euros 2024 squad? Think again.

The UEFA Euros tournament is a prestigious international football competition held every four years, showcasing Europe's top national teams.

England's first game is scheduled for Sunday (June 17) at 8pm against Serbia, marking the beginning of their campaign in the tournament.

South east London boasts not one, not two, but three stars shining on the national stage.

Meet Marc Guéhi, Joe Gomez, and Ebere Eze—each with a unique journey from local fields to being key footballers in the upcoming UEFA Euros tournament.

These hometown heroes are making south east London proud.

Marc Guéhi

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Marc Guéhi has become a key player for Crystal Palace, making over 100 appearances and often serving as the team captain.

Born in Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire, Guéhi moved to England when he was just one year old.

He grew up in Lewisham and started his football journey with Cray Wanderers, a youth club in Bromley.

In 2024, he was called up to the England men's senior squad for the UEFA European Championship. Guéhi earned his 10th cap for England in June 2024, delivering a strong defensive performance and helping secure a clean sheet in a match against Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Eberechi Eze

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Eberechi Eze, a rising star from Greenwich, has earned his first senior England call-up for the June internationals against Malta and North Macedonia.

His standout performances at Crystal Palace played a crucial role in securing their Premier League status.

Eze began his football journey with Millwall but made his mark after moving to Queens Park Rangers.

Following three successful seasons at QPR, he joined Crystal Palace in the summer of 2020, stepping into the Premier League.

Joe Gomez

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Catford's own Joe Gomez has battled through serious injuries to achieve major successes with Liverpool FC.

Joining Liverpool as an 18-year-old from Charlton Athletic in the summer of 2015, Gomez has played as a centre-back, right-back, and left-back for the Reds.

In the 2023-24 season, he was a key player, making 51 appearances in various positions, including midfield. Now, he is part of the England squad for the 2024 Euros.